You might recall that a few weeks back I took one of my novellas– Immortal at Sea–and discounted it to free.  You may also recall my taking it out of free a little while after that. So, funny story.  The idea behind permafree markdowns is to expand interest in the other books associated with the free…

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Less than a week We’re now less than a week away from the October 2 release of Immortal at the Edge of the World, which seemed like a perfect time to talk about writing for an immortal man and what other kinds of immortals are out there. My new Huffington Post article, Building an Immortal Man, is…

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Just to keep things straight Here’s what the next few months  are going to look like around here, with about half of this subject to change. September 25 – October 9 These are the dates of the blog tour for Immortal at the Edge of the World.  The fun thing about blog tours is you never know…

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New review We have two stops the tour today.  The first is at Mummy’s Naughty Corner where we find a very nice, albeit tragically brief review of Sapphire Blue: Cover :- 5 stars Sex/steaminess :- 4 stars Story line :- 4 stars Characters :- 4 stars Overall rating :-4.25 stars The review is here New excerpt At…

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New interview with a booklovinjunkie Today’s tour has two stops.  The first is with the blog Confessions of a Booklovinjunkie for an interview, in which I get to do horrible things like try and describe my writing in ten words or less. The whole interview is here. New review from Rolopolobookblog There is also a new review up…

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Interview with Acting Balanced The day eight blog tour stop posted last night.  It’s an interview with me about the writing process, who I’d like to have for dinner, and a few other fun things, like what was my favorite part about writing Sapphire Blue? You can read the interview here…

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Two reviews show the contrast Here are two reviews that offer an excellent contrast in reactions I’ve seen so far to Sapphire Blue. The first is a scheduled stop for today’s tour, from Sarah Aisling, who knows me from my other work: This is where things become difficult for me as a reviewer. I can’t fault Mr.…

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Review from Nom de Plume Press On top of the fantastic news that Sapphire Blue debuts today there is the happy matter of the ongoing blog tour, and today’s stop on that tour is a review from Nom de Plume Press: Taken for what it is — which is paranormal erotica and horror and suspense – Sapphire Blue is compelling and well-written and…

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New review from Daisy Today, the Daisy Row Diaries check in with a lovely new review of Sapphire Blue. Bonus points for the Kootnz reference, Daisy: For myself, I enjoyed the story. Yes, even the darkness and the controversy – though it did make me uncomfortable. Possession as a means of sexual exploitation is not a new concept…

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Review from the Offbeat Vagabond A new review is the centerpiece of today’s blog stop for Sapphire Blue, with a bonus excerpt at the bottom.  The excerpt is SFW. From the review: There really aren’t enough words to describe this. It is really not the average BDSM/Erotic Romance I was expecting and for that, it makes me…

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