Thursday, May 25, 2017

Book Spotlight: Dreamscape

Set in a fantasy world full of sects fighting against each other, a man from an alternate dimension of the gods is sent to earth to save it from a threat it does not yet know. Khalos had powers he didn’t even realise, and when they awakened, they destroyed his world. After a fire, started from his rage, burned down his childhood home, Khalos’ innocence died in the ashes. He began a long journey to a city where he may be safe—and others may be safe from him--meeting up with a woman who worked with dark forces from the future. 
As the world is plunged into turmoil, Khalos and his link to the dreamscape is fought over by every side. Does he allow the machine from the future to awaken those in the realm of the dead? Does he follow the mystical Sisters and their quest to destroy the machine? And what about Ianthe, his wife and hidden servant of the machine and its worshippers?
In desperation, Khalos turns to the Sisters and begins his metamorphosis from human to a denizen of the dreamscape—where he came from before he was born. With his link to the dreamscape and its god, Watcher, Khalos journeys far from the woodlands and cities of his continent to the forests of the Sisters’ sanctuary, and finally to the snow and ice of the north pole to find a way to destroy the machine seeking the conquer them. On the way, he is captured by the Annukeim—alien servants of the machine—meets a girl who is dead, and befriends a gryphon from another world.
With this help, can Khalos end the machine’s domination once and for all?

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Scott Prussing

Why are you THE Next Favorite Author? My books have been enjoyed by readers of all ages, from 13-80. Fans love the humor, romance, suspense and magic.

What makes your book stand out from the crowd? My books stand out for their creativity and inventiveness. My Blue Fire Saga series begins with a bite from a grafhym (a one-fanged vampire I invented). I also created a race of supernatural vampire hunters called volkaanes, who slay vampires by means of magical blue fire inside them. The series also includes the last of a race of wizards called the waziri, a shape-shifting witch, a Necromancer and zombies, just to mention some of the magical marvels filling my books.

Scott Prussing was born in New Jersey, but was smart enough to move to beautiful San Diego, CA as soon as he received his Master's degree in psychology from Yale University. He is the author of the eight book paranormal romance Blue Fire Saga. In addition to Blue Fire Saga books, Scott also wrote Blue Fire Heat, an erotic companion piece to the Blue Fire Saga, and Blue Fire Beginnings, a collection of short stories recounting the origins of some favorite Blue Fire characters. He is also the author of the mystery/suspense novels Unturned Stones and Tangled Webs, the post-apocalyptic dystopian fantasy Anomaly, the fantasy/adventure novel Dreams of the Last Born, and the teen romance Mine: A Love Story.

Besides writing, Scott enjoys riding his bicycle at the beach, going to the movies, reading books of all sorts, hiking, and golf. He remains one of the few people in the United States without a cell phone.

Scott enjoys interacting with his fans and has placed many of them in his books as characters. Follow Scott on Facebook and Twitter:

Scott’s books are available on, Barnes&, itunes and Book One in the Blue Fire Saga, Breathless, is permanently FREE on all platforms. Here are the links for Breathless:


Saturday, May 20, 2017

New Release-Conquest

A primeval darkness threatens to destroy mankind...
The world's largest gaming platform in the entire industry is led by a man with many secrets. The popular game DarkForce features the World of Zion which has been plagued by the destructive will of the Leviathan for centuries. What gamers don't know is that the World of Zion actually exists, and the Leviathan has fed off of the souls of men and his fodder has become scarce. He now turns to Earth with an insatiable hunger. Only a woman from Earth who levels up to discover a divine inner power can challenge Earth's Apocalyptic Fate.

Book Genre:
Science Fantasy, LitRPG, Cyberpunk

Author Bio:
Aleric Elos is the Award-Winning Author of The SciFan™ Universe series. Known worldwide as the "Godfather of SciFan", he likes to play MMORPGs, and since he doesn't have the software engineering experience to develop his own games he decided to express his creativity in LitRPG form. 

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Shadows of Darkness

The voices in his mind were barely a whisper now, but they were always present. It had taken him hundreds of years to subdue them, and he feared that his true intentions would soon be discovered. Though Timur Demyan had long ago yielded up his soul unto the Leviathan, he still followed his own agenda while he fulfilled the will of his Master.
Timur hid in the shadows of the park, slipping through the darkness from one shadow to the next. His prey walked quickly with eyes darting to each side like a bird weary of predators. A frantic look of desperation was plastered over the other man’s unshaven face as he flipped open an antiquated cell phone.
“Come on…” he heard Jason Bridger murmur to the phone as he approached the fountain, “Answer already!”
“Allan, this is Jason. I know we haven’t spoken in a long time, but I need your help. I’ve stumbled across some disturbing information that involves one of your firm’s clients. I need to speak with you in private immediately. As soon as you get this, meet me on the east side of Buckingham Fountain. There’s little time.”
The instant Jason ended the call, Timur stepped out of the shadows, “Indeed, you have very little time.”
Jason spun around with his concealed pistol cocked and ready, “Back off, old man!”
“Ah,” Timur limped forward with his cane in his crippled right hand while he brandished a handgun with his left, “Not until you return what belongs to me.”
“I’m not letting you get away with this.” Jason shook his head adamantly.
“This scene is all too familiar.” Timur chuckled as he cocked his handgun and aimed, “This is exactly how your colleague died.”
Without a second’s hesitation, Jason pulled the trigger. Timur fell backwards with the sudden impact that hit him in the face. Seconds later a strange greenish glow surrounded his body, and then he disappeared. Jason’s eyes grew wide, and then a bullet ripped through his abdomen. And then another through his chest. Clutching the wounds, he absently dropped his pistol as he fell to his knees.
Timur reappeared from another shadow and the strange glow around his body began to dissipate. He approached with a silencer affixed to the tip of his handgun and picked up the old thumb drive that had fallen out of Jason’s hand.
“As I said earlier, you indeed have very little time.” Timur sneered as he placed the tip of his handgun against Jason’s forehead, “And I might add, your friend Allan has very little time as well.”

Thank you again Lucinda!

Friday, May 19, 2017

Kindle Scout Program-Guest Post

Kindle Scout is a golden opportunity for an author to get published by one of the most active publishers of our day, Amazon.

I think as writers we can all agree that to be favored by the largest search engine for books around would be a great advantage. With the Kindle Scout program, writers have a chance at that opportunity.

The Scout program also gives readers a chance to read new releases at no cost to them.  

For readers, sign-up is simple. You browse through a list of books that have never been published, look at their covers, read their excerpts, and then nominate the ones you think will make a good read. You’re allowed three books in your queue at a time. Remember, you don't have to have read them. You’re not expected to read them, of course, because they haven’t been published. But you will get a chance to 'look inside' and read a chapter or two, and then vote for the books you would like to see published.

All books remain on the site for 30 days. After that, they are taken down and you can choose another book to replace it so that you may always have 3 books in your queue. Or not. 

Should Amazon decide to publish the book you nominated, you will get a FREE COPY of that book!

This is one of the advantages for writers, because now you have a list of fans. Amazon will remind those readers to leave a review for your book.

Selected books will enjoy Amazon’s marketing. I think that’s something that we all covet in a way, to be featured on their pages.

To add to the advantage for writers, if your book is not selected for publication, Amazon will send a complimentary email to all your fans if and when you decide to self-publish on Kindle. 

The contract you sign with Kindle also allows selected authors a $1500 advance.

So, with that being said, I would like to introduce you to the book I have on Kindle Scout.


Following an ambush at the Upton Rail Station in 1921 Ireland, British troops burn Ailis’ home to the ground and arrest her fiancĂ©, Liam, for murder. She and her younger brother Paddy flee to an enchanted glen. Lured by a haunting song, Paddy is abducted by forest folk. Perilous obstacles, and a questionable stranger, hinder Ailis' attempts to find her brother or free her fiancĂ©, until her only hope for survival rests on the magic of the Fae.

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Or on my Author Central Page on Amazon

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Book Spotlight: Indigo Traveler


Xander Veh, 13, could see the secrets others hid from the world. He dreamed of going to the stars to find out why he had this gift. When his cat brings him a griffin encased in stone, a whole new world is opened up to him. A world where an Arimaspian giant is rampaging the lands, and they need someone like him. How can he stand up to a giant when he can’t stand up to the school’s bully? To save a world from war, Xander must learn the truth about himself.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Mercedes Prunty

I write what my characters force me to write, they believe their stories need to be told and I am just the ink to the pen, to the paper that is commanded to document it.
What I enjoy the most about writing is the first draft, otherwise known to me as the dream draft. This is because the whole point of the dream draft is to basically write down all what I see in my mind, I write every last detail that my characters tell me to and at that stage it is just a dream, it’s not a solidly formed book or manuscript yet. I also think of it as the dream draft because quite often when I am writing it I will dream about my new story when I’m asleep, different scenes, character dialogues and epiphany’s to the plot will all materialize there. To me this draft is all about creating the world I want to portray, editing and filling in plot holes can happen in the second and third draft. (Yes I like to do that many because I want it to be the best, polished piece I can produce). Once these are all done it is no longer just a dream but a reality, a new world, a new book I have produced.

Mercedes Prunty is a mother, wife, author, blogger and lover of all things Fantasy and Zombie horror. She lives in East Sussex in the UK with her two children and her husband. She first trained to be a hairdresser before having her children and realizing writing was her passion on her maternity leave. Since then she has written and self-published four books; The Keeper of the Key, Alone, Lone and Junia. She is currently writing the final book in the Alone series and plan to have it published in August this year.
Where can we buy the books? Amazon, CreateSpace, Ebay.  (Link to one of my books Junia)
                How can we follow you on Facebook? (No more than 2 links) @MercedesPrunty
                What is your Twitter Handle? @MercedesPrunty
                Are you on GoodReads? Yes

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Monday, May 15, 2017

Space travel

In my future fiction novels my characters are starting to colonize space. I have to think about how they get there and how they travel long distances. 
There have been so many stories with so many varieties of space travel It's going to be difficult to find a way to develop an engine that doesn't look like I'm copying someone else. 
I have a few ideas bouncing around in my head, but I would like to hear your thoughts.
How do you think Earthlings are going to expand into the Universe?