So I took part in this anthology titled, Just the Tip: Short Stories of Love and Lust. The story I entered is Echo which is a short story from my larger series, The Mirror Warriors. It revolves around a werewolf pack leader named Jensen who ends up falling for a female who doesn't know who he is. For those of you who've been waiting to get into one of my series, this is the perfect opportunity to test the waters! Just remember it is a short story, not a longer work, so it won't have as much detail or drawn out problems/emotional entanglements as one of my actual full length novels would. There are five other short stories in there by different authors, so it's a good chance to maybe find someone new! The book just came out today and can be found at three different places. If you purchase it on Smashwords.com it's FREE!!! Here's the blurb and the links:
Stories written by: Aria Grace, Boot LS, Constella Espj,
Elaine Shuel, Tempest C. Avery, and Xavier Harrington
Sometimes you just need a little tease. A taste of something hot and naughty. Maybe just a little love story or maybe something dirty and raunchy. Whatever your mood, you'll find it in this collection of short stories.
Check the interest level of each. You can go from sweet to taboo from one page to the next.
WARNING: Some descriptions may be considered extremely offensive. OVER 18 ONLY!
Paperback copy: $7.00
http://bit.ly/JustTheTip_Print (may be another day before the book is orderable)
Amazon Kindle: $2.99
And last but not least:
I'm hoping to start Abandon by Meg Cabot tonight! Apparently it's a twist on the story of Persephone, and like mentioned above, I love Greek mythology so...I'm excited. I have however noticed that there are some pretty bad reviews on Goodreads so fingers crossed that I won't agree. :) My TBR pile is pretty large right now, but I do read books in order by which interests me the most at the time. I have a few indie author books on the list that I want to read soonish, and a desk piled high with paperbacks. One that I'm excited about is The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor. It's a take on Alice in Wonderland, which happens to be another one of my favorites. In case you haven't noticed, I love fables, myths, and fairytale retellings, so if any of you know of any good ones, feel free to leave a comment below letting me know! Also, if there's ever anything you want me to check out, your work or otherwise, let me know!
Alright, I think that about sums it up! I don't really know what's going on with Jacey's TBR pile so...can't really tell you much about that. Honestly, I don't even know what she's reading right now despite the fact I see her practically every day! Lol. I'll fill her in and have her update her info for those of you who are waiting on her for one thing or another! Also, just so everyone knows, if ever there's a time you don't hear a response from her or our goodreads account, feel free to email me (which can be found under review policy) or send me a message on my goodreads account, which is also where I post all of my reviews: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5171960.Tempest_C_Avery
Have a great week guys!!! :)
Feel free to let us know what you've been reading!!!