Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Love How Easy it is to Find Great Stories


Splintered Energy, the first episode in my science-fiction/romance series, was lucky enough to be accepted by the FL. The novel is being featured on Thursday, Oct 24th on this new website that offers (at no charge) personalized selections of books that are bargain priced, free and/or reads worth checking out, as a daily email. Sign up and spend time reading instead of searching.

Monday, October 14, 2013

200 Titles--how cool is that?

Decadent Publishing reached a milestone this month in their 1NS series and of course that means a celebration. Sign up in the rafflecopter for chance to win some sweet reads.

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 Cover and blurb for my contribution:


 
 
 


Dear Madame Evangeline,
As you can see by my attached application, I am an ideal candidate for your matching service. Unless you believe in ghosts (ha ha), it’ll be impossible for me to breach contract by attempting to find anyone who wishes to remain a stranger after a one-night stand.
This would surely be a risk-free set up for any potential date. Please consider leaving out details of my identity, as I fear opportunistic journalists/news reporters. With that in mind, I left the preferred height, weight, shape, race, personality, and so forth options blank. Clean with an XY chromosome is more than I deserve, and all this sinner would hope for.
If you’re wondering how one such as me could have the audacity to even contact you, well, what do I have to lose? I beg pardon for my crudeness, but seeing as electrocution is currently an acceptable form of execution in this sovereign state, I’ve fantasized for months about a bang the night prior to the roast.
I have the means to persuade the warden into allowing this rendezvous to happen. Authorities may agree just to avoid agitation between the anticipated media spectacle and me. There’s been much controversy concerning a woman in the electric chair for the first time in a decade, and the warden expects I’ll remain steadfast in my refusal to appeal or prolong the inevitable. With consideration of my right to exit this world sooner rather than later, I anticipate every home within a thousand mile radius will have their power off Saturday afternoon, two weeks from today.
I’ll be moved to the D ward shortly and unable to converse further with anyone but the chaplain and warden. Please consider this my last request.

Sincerely,
Prison number 24609
Joan Bennett