Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Skylar's Dream


                         By Caissy Boudreau


Skylar lives in a small Pennsylvania town with her best friend, Rhiannon and her best friend’s brother, Blaze. The three have been inseparable for most of their lives. Now in their early twenties and out on their own everything is about to change. But one things remains constant a constant for the beautiful Skylar…she has loved Blaze for as long as she can remember. Fear is the only thing that stands between her and the man that has held her heart for her whole life. Can she trust him with her heart or will she lose him forever?
Dreams of a happily ever after with the man of her dreams pale in comparison to what awaits Skylar while she sleeps. Dark angels hell bent on destroying her world, freezing every church in the world cause this vital young woman to doubt her very sanity. Frightened by the images that follow her every night, Skylar finds her friends are all she has. Can these three brave friends fight forces beyond their imagination to save all they’ve ever known?
Three friends embark on a journey that will forever change not only the world but everything they have ever known. Will they succeed or will all be lost…
About Caissy:
Caissy was born and raised in South Louisiana. She now lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and 2 kids. She has 2 dogs and 5 cats. She is an avid reader and she is a lover of all things paranormal. Her favorite is vampires. Since she was a teenager she has been obsessed with vampires. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She enjoys watching hockey and football. Her children are both diagnosed with Autism. They are now 14 and 13. She has been married to the love of her life for 15 years.
Her debut novel Skylar's Dream is based on her dad. She lost her dad 15 years ago to suicide. She has dedicated this book in memory of him. He was a strong influence in her life. Her grandmother's continue to guide her and give her encouragement everyday.
She has always wanted to write since she first read "The Vampire Lestat" by Anne Rice. She has never had the courage until recently. Her husband encouraged and guided her to accomplish her dreams. Her children are true inspirations to her. She does not take anything for granted. Everyday is a blessing.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Hell's Gate is FREE!

 Title:  Hells Gate
Author:  Benjamin Daniels
Genre:  Urban Fantasy
Length:  318 Pages
Re-Released:  July 24, 2013



The gates of Hell are open. Angels and Demons fight for our mortality and dominance of earth. The rapture diminishes the human population and very few remain to defend what God gave us. It is up to the Angels to fight the war, the humans to survive and the druids to protect the earth.

Cole wants nothing more than to be left alone until the war is over and see who wins. He doesn't care for rules of any kind and wants least of all to choose a side. Fate however, has different plans for him. His only friend is being held hostage by a Demon with a plan to win the war and return the earth to what it once was. It is up to him to rescue her with the help of a fallen Angel who comes to his aid to ensure his survival.

The Druids are the only ones who can save his friend, but they have an agenda of their own. The demon is demented but has the best intentions with what she believes. Cole finds himself lusting after the fallen Angel and must choose between her and saving his friend. The problem is that he doesn't know who he can trust.

Armageddon is here and Hell on earth has just begun.

About the Author
Benjamin Daniels was born and raised in West Jefferson, Ohio. Graduated from West Jefferson High School and went on to get two college degrees. He still lives within the sleepy town of West Jefferson taking care of his family and small dog. He often looks for good charities to donate to and causes to follow. He abandoned one field of study when writing became his passion and is happy about the decision to take on the written word.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

I Heart My Little A-Holes

Coming Soon

When your son wakes you up at 3:00 A.M. because he wants to watch Caillou, he’s an a-hole. When your daughter outlines every corner of your living room with a purple crayon, she’s an a-hole. When your rug rats purposely decorate the kitchen ceiling with their smoothies, they’re a-holes. So it’s only natural to want to kill them sometimes. Of course you can’t because you’d go to prison, and then you’d really never get to poop alone again. Plus, there’s that whole loving them more than anything in the whole world thing.

About the Author:
Karen Alpert is the writer of the popular blog Baby Sideburns. You may have read some of her more viral posts like “Ten Things I Really F’ing Want for Mother’s Day” and “What NOT to F’ing Buy My Kids this Holiday.” Or you may know her from her Facebook page that has over 100,000 followers. I Heart My Little A-Holes is full of hilarious stories, lists, thoughts and pictures that will make you laugh so hard you’ll wish you were wearing a diaper. “Beware of Mom: She bites. Karen is crass and abrasive and makes no apologies, nor should she. Her take on family life is funny, filthy and familiar, but only if you are a raging realist with little tolerance for the bullshitical utterances from delusional, or simply overmedicated mommies at playgroup. Reading her stories will make you laugh so hard, your genitals will probably fall off and your head will explode.” —Nicole Knepper of Moms Who Drink and Swear
Expected Date of Release:
October 21st. 2013

Monday, September 23, 2013

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Sean T. Poindexter
Social Worker Max Hollingsworth is no stranger to the otherworldly. But when he’s called upon to investigate a missing child, he stumbles upon a deeper mystery. Children are vanishing and no one, not even their parents, remembers them. Suspicion turns to Neo-Nazi vampires and humans running a child slavery ring, but even that is only the beginning. For help he turns to friends, old and new, but even they might not be enough. When new enemies turn deadly, old enemies become allies, including the least likely ally of all: an enemy whose cruelty and evil was almost his end, and haunts him still.
Coming 9/25/2013
Published by Ambrosia Arts

Wednesday, September 11, 2013


 Volume 1
Published by Ambrosia Arts

Blurb - A fun night in a small town carnival will change Erin’s life forever with a simple visit to a bizarre and mysterious fortune teller. Scared to death by what the haggard woman reveals, Erin quickly flees and quite literally collides with Angelo, a mysterious, captivating carnival worker. Later that night, he appears in her dreams but he’s not the only one visiting her slumber. Evil is lurking on the edge of the shadows and it’s coming for her. Loyalties are tested and the lines of friendship begin to blur as long hidden truths come to light and fate bears down upon them all. Everyone has secrets but when some turn out to be more than heart wrenching, Erin has to decide who she can trust.

Angelo is not what he seems but then again no one ever is. Not even Erin. Can Erin deal with the harsh past that Angelo has been harboring or will it prevent her from doing what she's been chosen to do?


About this author:
 Christine and her husband coach a little league baseball team. She loves camping, fishing, swimming, and too many other things to list.  While she writes a lot of romance in her books, romance movies aren't really her thing. She likes to watch the action thrillers, scary movies, and anything suspense. She loves to read a good historical romance! Also, she is completely fascinated by all things pirate.
The thing Christine loves the most, outside of writing and her family, is making people laugh. People come and go from our lives, influencing and changing us in all kinds of ways.  Sometimes the influences are positive, but then again, some are negative.  If we use the negative as a tool for learning, we could very well change or even save someone's life down the road.  She strives to be the type of person that touches someone’s life in a positive way, even if it is by writing a book. She believes that if only a quarter of the people in the world would loosen up and smile, it would be a better place.
If she could share one message with the world, it would be that nothing is impossible and you should never stop following your dreams.

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What inspired you to write your first book?
Goodness, I can't answer that honestly.  I have always been a stickler for the historical romance. . . pirate ones I love the most... but the misunderstood cowboy and the school marm... I've only recently started with paranormal, however, my love will always stay with the historical.  I have several of those written.

How did you come up with the title?

Originally, the title was The Chosen Series: Fallen, but after long discussion and brain storming we decided that Risen would be better suited.  One of the key factors being that there are several other books on the market under that title already.  I wanted mine to stand on its own and be known for something entirely different.
Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?

Don't be afraid of Destiny.  It may scare the bejeepers out of ya but grasp it fully and hang on tight.  It may be a rough ride with a lot of ups and downs but in the long run it will be worth it.
Can you share a little of your current work with us?

OK.... THIS IS AN EXCLUSIVE FIRST GLIMPSE INSIDE OF The Chosen Chronicles: Bloodlines.

The air became filled with fog, but as they got closer, the fog turned into a suffocating smoke.  Erin folded her wings and slipped beneath the smoke bank, but then the girls saw the source of the glow.

“Oh no,” Angie gasped.  Her heart slammed against her the back of her lungs, focing the air from her body.  A ball of fire engulf the entire island, their island.

“No,” Erin sobbed.

“We’ve got to go down there.  We’ve got to find them,” Angie said as she began to struggle.

Erin tightened her grip around her.  “We can’t do that, Ang, and you know it.  We can’t go down there.  If the fire doesn’t kill us, who or what ever started it will.”

 Angie felt tears stinging the back of her eyes, but she refused to shed them in front of Erin.  It was time to be tough, not whining like a child.  So, instead of focusing on her pain, she focused on her anger.

“I’ll circle around to see if we can see anything, but we’re not going down there,” Erin said firmly.

As they flew several thousand feet above the island, the heat from the flames warmed them.

“Can you see anything?”  Erin asked.

Angie’s eyes scanned the burning terrain, then came to rest on the center of the island where the house had once been secluded by a thick copse of trees.  The canopy had burned away, revealing the smoldering remains of their home.

“I don’t see anything.  The house is gone.”

“We need to get out of here,” Erin said.  “I don’t like being out in the open like this.  It feels like we’re being watched.”

“We need to find a place rest.”

“I think I know where we can go, but I can’t fly us there.  We’re going to have to transport.”  The spot on Erin’s back, where her wings were attached, was beginning to burn, like she’d been lifting weights for five hours nonstop.

“Are you okay?”

“Yeah, I’ve just not gotten used to flying.”

“This place we are going, is it safe?”

“I hope so, because we are running out of options.”

“I'm going to need your help.  I'm not sure I have enough strength to get us there.”

“Sure,” Angie said easily. 

“This is going to get tricky.”

“Let's do it.”

“Hang on,” Erin said as she folded her wings against her back.  The girls stopped moving forward and began falling.

Erin closed her eyes and felt Angie's energy quickly blanket her, strengthening her own.  Behind her eyelids she could see the bright orange of the fire getting brighter.  The heat of the fire getting more intense.  The colors began to swirl and twist as electrical currents rippled over her body.  She could feel their bodies being pulled, much like the hose of a vacuum being put over someone's skin.  The heat of the fire rushed up to meet them and then there was nothing.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Becoming PVT Harmon: My Journal from Army Becoming Basic Combat Training

Becoming PVT Harmon: My Journal from Army Becoming Basic Combat Training



  Ever wonder what it's like to go through Army Basic Combat Training? The reality may surprise you. For the first time ever, experience the making of a U.S. Soldier through the eyes of a Soldier-in-training. This is a behind-the-scenes glimpse at things that you'll never read about in newspapers or see on television. From the humor in "canteen bowling" to the power of believing in something bigger than ourselves, this book captures the very essence of what is considered one of the most challenging--and rewarding--transitions a civilian will make: becoming a Soldier. You will witness fear, excitement, and death. And you'll learn what separates a Soldier from a civilian.

   Whether you are a parent, a Soldier candidate awaiting training, or just someone looking for a good read, it is mandatory that you read Becoming PVT Harmon!

Casey Sean Harmon is a bestselling author and a Soldier in the U.S. Army. He has studied with the Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writer's Guild, and holds a degree through American Military University. He lives with his wife and son wherever the military sends them.

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Other works:

The Earth is a Floating Sphere: A Care-Free Collection of Poems and Stories 

Reign of the Night Creatures (The Everafter Chronicles)

The Thousand Year Voyage

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