Magic & Mayhem L. C. Miller 1st October, 2018 → 31st October, 2018 Fantasy Teen & Young Adult October Paranormal Romance Giveaway Georgia Carter Mathers 1st October, 2018 → 31st October, 2018 Romance Paranormal It Comes at Night Horror Group Giveaway Prolific Works Sharing 14th October, 2018 → 29th October, 2018 Horror Monsters, Ghosts, and … Continue reading GREAT BOOK GIVEAWAY CONTINUES
Well, that headline might grab a few X-Files fans. This is the final day of The Truth is Out There Sci- Fi Group Giveaway featuring lots of free books from talented authors which can be yours for just $0.00 - NOTHING. If Sci-Fi isn't your thing then you can try Monster Ghosts and Scary Beasts … Continue reading The Truth is Out There (for one more day)
There are several big Giveaways launching on Instafreebie today (see links below), a good chance to grab free books or previews that may hook you. One might assume that Instafreebie books are self-published dross (except for mine obviously) but one would be wrong. I've sampled a few over the last year or so and they … Continue reading October 1st- Instafreebie Giveaway Day
As a change from the usual ray guns, robots and rockets I wrote some 'Womag' (soppy girly) stories last year. I couldn't sell them to the popular publications - they get about 400 submissions a week - but had 'Wild Child' accepted for fiction on the web. It's free! https://www.fictionontheweb.co.uk/ Those who prefer ray guns … Continue reading Wild Child
FREE BOOKS HERE There are some good books in this giveaway along with a preview of my own tome Consarn Christmas and Other Stories featuring the first story 'Consarn Christmas'. You might like it and if you don't it won't take up much of your time.
I don't know why The Fifth Dimension doesn't give it's full name or why it's been shortened. Perhaps the cover isn't big enough for it. CLICK HERE FOR UNIVERSAL LINK In any case, the latest issue is out now for just $1.99 as an e-book featuring my story Custer's Paradox. It's a comedy I wrote years … Continue reading The Fifth Di…September 2018
I wrote this sentence in a review of Bloodbond May 2018: 'The premise of Bloodbond seems to be that vampires can be put in many different settings. They are no longer lonely, aristocratic outsiders mugging people in dark alleys or seducing maidens. But that was such fun!' My Pro-Writer software (which is very useful) objected … Continue reading Sometimes Passive voice is best.