Saturday, February 18, 2012

Post Passion Post BEST SELLERS

2020 Update: LOVE CONTAINED is out in paperback and Kindle.

Trapped in a shipping container, sinking to the depths of the ocean … but this isn’t the worst thing that’s happened to Henry … or Max.

After one of the Winston twins dies, the surviving brother loses his faith, ignores God’s plan, but never forgets the girl both of them loved.

2018 Update: THE TIME BENDER series is out in paperback and Kindle.

Two aliens are on a mind-blowing quest to find an astounding super power. When they discover a remarkable girl on Earth, one who can bend time, they all get caught between love and adventure. Heads, hearts, and hormones go galactic in this brilliant and fresh YA novel. 

2016 Update: THE GIRL IN THE TIME MACHINE is out in paperback and Kindle.

A desperate teen. A faulty time machine. A rising body count.

Laken Mitchell has been bullied one time too many, but using a time machine to make her tormenters disappear means putting her own future—and her past—at perilous risk. THE GIRL IN THE TIME MACHINE is science fiction at its complex best. If you’re looking for a new twist to time travel, a heroine who dodges parallel universes, and a story that makes you think, then you’ll love this dark and mysterious tale.

Click the link to buy THE GIRL IN THE TIME MACHINE now and enter a world that will challenge your concept of time.  Also available at Barnes & Noble and most other online bookstores.

2015 Update: EXODIA and OUT OF EXODIA are out in paperback and Kindle on Amazon.

By 2093 American life is a strange mix of failing technologies, psychic predictions, and radiation induced abilities. Tattoos are mandatory to differentiate two classes, privileged and slave. 
Dalton Battista fears that his fading tattoo is a deadly omen. He’s either the heir of the brutal tyrant of the new capital city, Exodia or he’s its prophesied redeemer. Shy, handsome, smart and in possession of powers he doesn’t yet realize, he escapes an order for his execution by fleeing the city with the help of Lydia, who quickly captures his heart. But can he escape a destiny that will force him to marry another girl and return to Exodia as its liberator? 

Based loosely on the ancient story of Moses, this two book dystopian journey (EXODIA and OUT OF EXODIA) crosses genres, combining young adult, new adult, sci-fi, magical realism, and speculative fiction for an adventure full of symbolism, hidden codes, and thematic imagery.

2014 Update: A SOUL'S KISS is out in paperback and Kindle on Amazon.

Buy your copy today.

When a tragic accident leaves Jessica comatose, her spirit escapes her body. Navigating a supernatural realm is tough, but being half dead has its advantages. Like getting into people’s thoughts. Like taking over someone’s body. Like experiencing romance on a whole new plane - literally. Jessica learns an amazing truth as she struggles to return to her body before the doctors pull the plug, only she can’t do it alone. Now the only two people willing to help Jessica’s splintered soul are the two she’s hurt the most. They must find a way to guide her soul back to her body . . . before it’s too late.

Seriously, folks, what did you expect to read about? This blog post has had thousands of extra hits probably because of the number of highly searched for terms in my innocent "after Valentine's Day post" (get it? post passion post). Well, there's a reason you're here anyway, was it to buy one of my books? Hooray! But to satisfy my curiosity would you please leave a comment below and tell me how you ended up here on my blog?

Oh, and here's the original post that has inexplicably received so many hits:

Yup, that’s right, Valentine’s Day has come and gone. That pink passion and periphery of chocolate, flowers, jewelry, chick flicks, and love are fading fast. My pound of chocolate is, of course, now five pounds on the hips. Alas.

But this year there’s hope for quick weight loss help. I’m off to babysit two small children in a vegan household. Surely I’ll expend a few calories chasing after the small fries (mmm, can you supersize that?).

The youngest one is sweet as candy (oh, that reminds me, I should bring some treats). The older child has allergies to nuts and soy and a host of other things. How does her mother manage? Maybe I won’t bring food treats.

Books! Of course. Is there any better gift or treat?

(Was your search word there?)


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