Rick Chesler's latest thriller is out and ready for your personal enjoyment.
An underwater luxury hotel on a gorgeous tropical island is set for an extravagant opening weekend with the world watching. The only thing standing in the way of a first-rate experience for the jet-setting VIPs is an unscrupulous businessman and sixty feet of prehistoric shark. As the underwater complex is besieged by a marauding behemoth, newly minted marine biologist Coco Keahi must face off against the ancient predator as it rises from the deep with a vengeance. Meanwhile, a human monster has decided he would be better off if Coco were one of the creature’s victims.
Hotel Megalodon: A Deep Sea Thriller, and is now available in kindle ebook format, with a paperback edition due out any day now.
In Alaska There are No Limits to What a Man Can Do
Bestselling Author Kat Martin
IN ALASKA THERE ARE NO LIMITS TO WHAT A MAN CAN DO.
Having traversed the vast Alaskan landscape on two separate month-long occasions, staying in the back of a tiny pickup camper, I can see why Alaska is called America's last wilderness.
Though the vistas are magnificent and the animal life abundant, along with the pleasure of seeing them are howling winds that spring up unexpectedly, slashing rains, and frost on the ground in the morning--and that was in August!
Residents deal with dangerous grizzly bear encounters and charging moose. They put up with cantankerous hermits who live far into the back country and definitely don't like visitors. They suffer winters that seem endless, forest fires, and droughts.
Now imagine Samantha Hollis, a San Francisco city girl, traveling to Alaska to visit the hot guy she fell for in La Vegas. It's the first of October and already she's facing the challenges of the coming winter. Samantha is certain she could never make a life in Alaska, but she can't resist the invitation from the hottest guy she has ever met.
Homemade farm fresh egg drop soup, sweet Vidalia onion soup with home grown basil, made from scratch steamed clam chowder,
Fresh salads made with crisp romaine lettuce, vine ripe tomatoes, crunchy thinly sliced green peppers, sweet, red onions, unblemished mushrooms, topped with julienne cut mozzarella.
Main meals include fat, juicy, grain fed free range steaks, plump baked chicken breasts with homemade garlic butter sauce, seared lemon flavored salmon, baked roast ham topped with fresh pineapple.
Side dishes with steamed lightly spiced fresh green beans, crisp sun-kissed corn, market fresh local sweet potatoes topped with homemade cinnamon butter, steamed honey mustard squash , a smidgen of curry flavored spinach, fresh from the garden dew polished snapping beans, off the vine crunchy cucumbers baked with balsamic dressing.
To conclude the mouth-watering meals, desserts will sing with the decadent triple dark chocolate cake, tiramisu finger bites, homemade brownies sprinkled with chocolate sauce topped with freshly whipped...
Kat Martin's latest Against the Sky will not be released soon enough as far as her fans and readers feel. Let's see what new with Kat.
One lucky winner will receive a copy of Against the Sky! Comment on Kat’s blog post and you could win one copy of either a paperback, kindle or nook – winner’s choice!
We’re curious about your latest release. You have been writing the Against series for a couple of years now. The last book started the story in Alaska with Dylan Brodie. Tell us about that and how you plan to lead it to the next book, Against the Sky.
All of my books are completely stand-alone novels. Against the Sky is Nick’s story. Nick’s brother, Dylan, from Against the Wild is happily living with his lady love, Lane Bishop. He and Nick live about 2.5 hours apart by plane. Alaska is BIG. Nick has problems of his own to solve and there isn’t much Dylan can do to help. Rafe, however, brother number three, oldest and wisest, makes an appearance. All of them are close and rely on each other for support, even though they...
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Actor Michael Obiora Releases London-Based Novel That Deals With Diversity, Identity Issues & Depression
You may know Michael Obiora as camp receptionist Ben Trueman from Hotel Babylon, DI Billy Shipton from Dr Who, or as Detective Pete in Misfits or nurse Lloyd Asike in Casualty… But did you know he is also a writer?
All this while, Matilda’s shadow had been growing larger and larger. Suddenly, it lunged out of the ground and swallowed her, like a python does its unsuspecting prey.
Nine year old Matilda ends up with a century old book through a series of strange coincidences. And disappears. Her brother and cousins are forced to suspend their hostilities and pursue her to Sceadu, a land inside the human shadow. Once there, the reluctant visitors find themselves chased by the vicious Hefigans, creatures of Sceadu. However, everything changes with the revelation of an ancient prophecy that foretells the doom of the world they left behind.
With the stakes suddenly raised, the children must now navigate...
Duffy Brown's latest release ~~ Geared For the Grave
Shakedowns cover-ups and big fat lies keep bodies hidden on Mackinac Island and bike-riding tourist oblivious to it all
I stepped down from the carriage to the sounds of crickets and other night creatures. I crawled between the wood fence slats hoping that something with wiggling antennae didn’t land on me.
“Bunny?” I called out into the night.
Heart rattling around in my chest, I crept though the bushes. Leaves crunched under foot and I tried to remember to breathe. Maybe Bunny fell asleep on her perch and didn’t hear me calling, or maybe she was just enjoying the moonlit view over the lake. Bunny’s eyes were wide open all right, but they weren’t looking at the view. They weren’t looking at anything. They were cold, vacant, dead.
My legs went to jelly and I crumpled to the ground. I’d lived all my life in Chicago and never came across a dead person. A few bar-fights when the Bulls lost or shoving matches at a Bloomingdale’s sale but that was it. Yet here I was on Mackinac Island in the middle of freaking nowhere sitting next to a corpse named Bunny. Next time I wanted to impress my parents...