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Division X by August Hill

    Twenty-four years old, no job, and kicked out by her parents, Randi Matheson is living at her aunt and uncle’s trying her hardest to complete a novel she can’t seem to start when a carnivorous monster interrupts her middling life on a full moon night. Attacked during an ordinary family dinner, Randi’s relatives are murdered, and she is bitten by the beast. Surviving the slaughter, Randi returns home to her distressed family only to become a monster herself under the next full moon. Nearly devouring her younger brother, she is stopped by the intervention of Division X, a company devoted to the killing and capture of paranormal threats. She awakens in a containment cell the next morning to be given an ultimatum… work for them as a new weapon in the fight against evil or be dissected. A cure to her lycanthropy is promised along the way, and with real motivation to stay alive, Randi pushes herself to the brink to return to her normal life. Small town horrors lie in wait with even smaller heroes to stand against them. Can Randi save them and herself, or will everything crumble to the wills of evil? Randi gets pulled into the paranormal strike team after most of her aunt’s family is killed by a werewolf. Together with Becca, her niece, they are the only survivors of the attack and nobody believes their story. Except for Randy’s new boss of course.  This fantasy book is bloody and action filled, but at the… Read More »Division X by August Hill

    Giancarlo Roversi

      About the author Tell us your story? What made you start writing? I’m a musician and a computer engineer. Since I was a child, I loved art. I dreamt of being a singer and an actor. Maybe it’s a coincidence, but when I was ten years old, I suffered an accident on a small train—I was unable to walk for a year and almost lost a foot. During those months when I couldn’t even get up, I wolfed down dozens of books by Agatha Christie and other authors. I also wrote my first short story. It was in the horror genre, and I always pictured the main character running away from a horde of zombies with the first part of the song “Magnetic Fields I” by Jean Michel Jarré playing as a background music. What are you passionate about? Oh, my passion is music, cosmos, literature, and philosophy. What is one thing that instantly makes your day better? Excellent question. So many things. A good pizza, a good conversation. Also, anything positive related to the Pulstarverse, other earthlings, and the people I care about. Oh, of course, a sublime song, book, or series-movie. If you could choose one superpower, what would it be? Well, I’m not a fan of superheroes, but if I could choose one superpower, it would be to be able to roam the cosmos at my own leisure. Come on, what can beat that? If you had a warning label, what would yours say? Hehe, this is… Read More »Giancarlo Roversi

      Pulstar I – The Swan Barely Remembers by Giancarlo Roversi

        Three strangers who share a forgotten past confront a vengeance they incited when their bodies weren’t human. In Astralvia, a nation on the brink, astronomer Jeral Murh’s life is in limbo. She’s woken from a coma with fresh memories and is certain of two things: Her past actions are already haunting her present.She is not entirely human.She must abscond from Astralvia before an ancient enemy wreaks revenge. Everything is against her. Also, she must find Aris Castilho, her former ally, and make him remember what they once meant to each other. She can’t leave without him. Will she find Aris and convince him of their common past? Will they reach Esther, their third ally? Time is short … the ultimate reckoning is coming … and it’s unthinkable, indescribable—the worst thing that can happen to any human being. Find out the fate of this trio of allies in this puzzling sci-fi thriller, where the stunning ending is just the beginning. Get ready to reflect on your place in the cosmos, your raison d’être, and what being human actually means. Riddled with mystery, suspense, and a smattering of romance, Pulstar I: The Swan Barely Remembers is the enigmatic and addictive first installment in the Pulstar trilogy; although you can also read it as a stand-alone novel. It took over ten years to make and has a soundtrack in production. Watch out for books 2 and 3, due for publication this year. This book is everything you’d wish a sci-fi dystopian speculative fiction… Read More »Pulstar I – The Swan Barely Remembers by Giancarlo Roversi

        Donnie by Jennifer Marcia

          Donnie Lowe never stopped loving the first woman to own his heart. She was his secret lover ten years ago. At the time, he wanted to protect her. She was young and innocent with her whole life ahead of her. He was the President of a gun-running MC. He didn’t have a right to corrupt her, but he’d done it anyway. Aurora Dewitt isn’t the same woman she’d been a decade ago when she asked her lover to kill the man who had murdered her little sister. Having left the only man who had ever really owned her heart because he didn’t want her in his world, she clawed her way to the top of her own criminal enterprise. Aurora didn’t need a man to do her dirty work now. They had every intention of leaving the past where it belonged. They didn’t know working together to stop the Cartel would bring back so many memories. It was only supposed to be a way to release stress; neither of them wanted to relive the rejection of their past together. How could they know they’d never stopped loving each other? If you like:– motorcycle clubs-criminal enterprises-second chance romance-age gap-spice-bad assery then Donnie is the book for you! Aurora is a bad ass head of a cage fighting enterprice, having worked herself up on the criminal ladder after her sister died. She has avoided Donnie ever since, because he refused to off her sister’s killer for her, which is why Aurora found… Read More »Donnie by Jennifer Marcia

          L. Diane Wolfe

            About the author A professional speaker and author, L. Diane Wolfe conducts seminars, offers book formatting, and author consultation. She’s the senior editor at Dancing Lemur Press, L.L.C. and contributes to the Insecure Writer’s Support Group.http://www.spunkonastick.net/ – Spunk On A Stickhttp://www.circleoffriendsbooks.blogspot.com – Spunk On A Stick’s Tipshttp://www.insecurewriterssupportgroup.com/ – Insecure Writer’s Support Group Tell us your story? What made you start writing? I was always a reader—read the most books in my class almost every year. When I picked up a copy of the newly-released The White Dragon by Anne McCaffrey and read it, I was enthralled. And I made the decision right there and then that I would be an author one day. What is the best gift you have been given? For my 50th birthday, my husband took me to Orlando for a week and we stayed at a resort on site at Universal. I visited both parks daily, even went to Sea World one day, but the best part was riding the Minions ride (many times) and attacking their gift shop. (I am a HUGE Minions fan.) If you could go back in time, what year would you travel to? I’m going to say 1975. Back when things were simpler, there was still innocence and values, and none of the insanity of the past couple years. What’s your favorite family tradition? Christmas Eve, we exchange one present, eat a dinner of cheeses and other snacks, and then we watch The Muppet Christmas Carol. If you had a warning… Read More »L. Diane Wolfe