Left for dead by The Vampire High Council, Ethereal Oscurita is finding it very difficult to adjust to life as one of only two known lycanthrope hybrids to have ever existed.
Torn between her love for two vampires and the man killed by the very hybrid who had created her, she is no longer content to spend her days hiding in the basement of the master vampire’s country estate. She needs time – time away from a disintegrating love triangle, time to heal, but more importantly, time to figure out who she really is.
Ethereal sets out to fulfill a promise to Nikkolas Redpaw, the werebear who sacrificed himself for the sake of her family while fighting the Shield of Humanity.
She travels to the northern most regions of Alaska in a search to find any surviving member of his once great clan. What she discovers there could be the beginning of something truly wonderful – or the end to a tale five years in the making.
Allies will be made, friendships tested, and old wounds reopened. Will Alaska hold the key to Ethereal’s happily ever after, or a bitter ending to a life only half-lived?
In a distinctive mashup of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles and Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita BlakeSeries, Nicola C. Matthews’s Before the Sun Rises Series is a fast-paced, action-packed paranormal/science fantasy which poses the age-old question – who will triumph in the war of good vs evil?
Take a stab at a paranormal thriller with a psychic detective.
Michael Allan Scott writes stories that will leave you guessing.
Supernatural Murder Mystery – Realtor Carla Simon has her first showing in nearly eighteen months. Recovering from a nervous breakdown, she arrives at the bank-owned foreclosure well ahead of her prospect. When her buyer pins her against the wall, it turns out to be the last house she’ll ever show.
Looking for a new breed of supernatural thrillers? Paranormal mysteries of murder and suspense? Perhaps a psychic detective series which can be read and enjoyed in any order? Or maybe one of those scary books you can’t put down? Regardless, the dark, disturbing novels by Indie Author, Michael Allan Scott, won’t disappoint.
My #1 goal in life is to teach independent authors they are no longer writers: they are publishers. Long before your book is published on Amazon, or before it goes wide, the focus should be on marketing. Your job is to figure out a way to push your book into the hands of as many readers as possible.
My theory is that if you’re going to spend money on improving your skill, you should spend it on digital marketing. So, the next logical question is: how am I suppose to develop and improve my writing skill?
The answer: free university classes that you can complete in the comfort of your home.
Coursera and MIT Open Courseware come to mind. A quick search of these sites leads to over 100 eLearning opportunities. Taught at some of the world’s leading institutions all for free. On your time, in front of your PC or tablet.
The benefits outweigh the disadvantages. Often you can skip around and just watch the videos you need. Then, on that rare occasion, you need ‘hands-on’ training, then, by all means, spend the money on a writing development class. But, for the most part, ditch the seminars and spend that money on digital marketing.
Hint: you can also find free online university classes on digital marketing as well.
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