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- The Summer Reads Science Fiction Romance Invasion has begun! Now is the time to claim your free books. Eight authors, eight books, no catch. You don’t have to enroll, subscribe or do anything but go t[...]
The Summer Reads Science Fiction Romance Invasion has begun! Now is the time to claim your free books. Eight authors, eight books, no catch. You don’t have to enroll, subscribe or do anything but go to a participating ebook retailer and download the book.
When it’s that easy, you don’t have to pick and choose which books to download–you can get all eight!
Here they are:
The Star Princess by Susan Grant
Ilana was more than happy to serve as an Earth tour guide for the stuffy alien crown prince–she just never planned on marrying him!
Reconstructed by Tasha Black
Space Cowboys & Indians by Lisa Medley
How can the chance of a lifetime go so horribly wrong?
Prophecy by Lea Kirk
A woman who’s lost everything, a man betrayed by his own, but together their destiny is greater than ever imagined.
Alien Bond by Sabine Priestley
Beyond Reach by Jessica Subject
Their people are at war with each other. But that doesn’t stop them from falling in love.
Escape from Zulaire by Veronica Scott
The whole planet is a war zone and everyone is hunting her. Can he rescue her in time?
Stranded with the Cyborg by Cara Bristol
Marooned on an alien planet with her nemesis. Can she trust him to protect her?
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- Finally! A holiday for book nerds. What better way to celebrate #WorldBookDay on April 23 than to get your very own FREE BOOK? (Hint: you can go ahead and start early…just click on the retailer[...]
Finally! A holiday for book nerds.
What better way to celebrate #WorldBookDay on April 23 than to get your very own
(Hint: you can go ahead and start early…just click on the retailer of your choice below :D)
Download Reap & Repent, book one of The Reaper Series, and get started today.
Reap & Repent blurbThey see death. Can they share a life?
Ruth Scott can read the energy of every person she meets. Then she meets Deacon Walker. She can see his ice-blue eyes, his black hair, and his gorgeous face. But this beautiful stranger has no aura.
Deacon is just as unsettled by Ruth—and, having spent more than two hundred years ushering souls to Purgatory, Deacon is seldom shocked by anything. As he helps Ruth to understand her true nature, she awakens desires that he decided long ago a Reaper can’t afford.
A demon invasion forces Deacon to confront the darkness in his own past even as he fights to save the human souls he’s charged to protect. When he’s taken captive, his first concern is for Ruth. But Ruth just might be able to save herself—and the Reaper she can’t live without—if she can learn to wield her newfound powers.
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- Today, I have a fun surprise that I’d like to share with you. I’ve teamed up with more than 55 fantastic paranormal shifter romance authors to give away a huge collection of novels to 2 lucky winners,[...]
Today, I have a fun surprise that I’d like to share with you. I’ve teamed up with more than 55 fantastic paranormal shifter romance authors to give away a huge collection of novels to 2 lucky winners, PLUS a Kindle Fire to the Grand Prize winner!
You can win my novel SHIFTED IN SEATTLE, plus books from authors like
CATHERINE VALE & EMMA STORM.
Enter the giveaway by clicking here:
Good luck, and enjoy!
- Here’s what I’m listening to through the day, while the characters of Reap & Reckon talk to me. It’s dark in here. Bring a flashlight. Share this:TwitterGoogleTumblrFacebookLinke[...]
Here’s what I’m listening to through the day, while the characters of Reap & Reckon talk to me.
It’s dark in here. Bring a flashlight.
Raise a little Hell, kick a little demon tail. The Heckmasters return. #historical #paranormal #romance
- I’m excited to share Allison Merritt’s re-release of The Heckmasters. These books are all the things we love! The Heckmasters Return Get them exclusively at Amazon–always free for KU[...]
The Heckmasters Return
Get them exclusively at Amazon–always free for KU subscribers!
After Samhain’s final announcement of closure, The Heckmasters series disappeared from all retail sites.I’m very pleased to announce that they are back, better than ever, and ready to fight evil again!
Although they have all new titles and covers, for the most part, they continue to be the same books you knew and loved, although I’m excited to tell you that Hell and Gone (formerly Tell), includes an alternate ending that I originally submitted with the manuscript. They also come at a lower price, so if that was ever a discouragement, I hope you enjoy the new pricing.
While you’re reliving the heroics (or experiencing it for the first time), I hope you’ll check out my newest release, Lawless. It’s not a direct sequel to The Heckmasters series, but it tackles after-worldly issues and even briefly mentions that there are things that go bump in the night. It’s available on Kindle as well!
Get them here:
Hell and A Hard Place
Hell and Back
Hell and Gone
- Good news, reaper fans! My owl crocheting funk has come to an end! I didn’t want to post and get you all worked up for no good reason. But now? I have some substantial progress to share. [...]
Good news, reaper fans! My owl crocheting funk has come to an end!
I didn’t want to post and get you all worked up for no good reason. But now? I have some substantial progress to share.
See, I made words! We’re on our way, and it feels great having the band together again. So what can you expect in Reap & Reckon? Let me drop a few names of those who are on stage right now: Samkiel, Sgt. Victoria Moreno, Ruth, Deacon, Kylen, Nate, Maeve, Bo…Rashnu…oops, I better stop now before I give the whole thing away. You can expect more twists, turns, and some surprising matchups because even in the apocalypse, love finds a way. Or maybe that was Jurassic Park. Anyhoo, I’m writing again, and I made a promise to this year’s Visioncon attendees, and YOU, who keep asking for book four. I’ll have it done by this fall. Probably sooner. Most likely sooner.
If you haven’t already, sign up for my newsletter HERE and watch the top left corner of the web page to see how the story is progressing. I’ll update it regularly.
My favorite quote so far is this from Rashnu:
So don’t give up, reaper fans. Stay the course. Hold the line and all that. It’s coming. Faster than you can say apocalypse.
Finally, I’m starting a new Facebook Fan Group. Even if you’ve liked my Facebook page, you probably don’t see all (or any) of the posts. Facebook is so grumpy about all that. Join my Lisa Medley Reads & Writes FB group HERE.
In the meantime, look upon my accomplishments of months past. Not words, but owls. Here’s to hoping my hands are busy typing instead of crocheting in the months to come.
Of course, I did manage to crochet a reaper during that down time. Maybe I’ll give him away to a lucky newsletter subscriber when Reap & Reckon releases… you’ll have to sign up to win! Sign up for my newsletter HERE
- Not going to sugar coat it, 2016 was a hard year. Reflecting Despite the struggles, I somehow managed to publish two new books: The Astronaut’s Princess in February and Shifted in Seattle in Oct[...]
Not going to sugar coat it, 2016 was a hard year.
My mother (70) was diagnosed with non-alcoholic liver cirrhosis two years ago. She steadily declined this year but the past six months proved very challenging. She spent August in a nursing home near my home and then lived with us in our home September, October, and November…when she wasn’t hospitalized, which was frequently. I spent the last week of her life with her (she in a coma) in yet another nursing home. She passed Nov. 10.
I’m so glad we got to spend that time close to her.
As you can imagine, there wasn’t much time or energy for creating.
But, a new year is on the horizon, and I’m getting back into the writing cave and looking ahead.
I already have about 10k on book four (Reap & Reckon) of the Reaper Series so that’s encouraging, and as I read through those pages, I’m reenergized with passion for that project.
I had a brief stint (two months) with all of my books on Smashwords and distributed through all retailers, thinking this would find new readers. With little to no promotion, however, and out of KDP Select, all those book rankings slowly sank. They currently sit like the Titanic on the bottom of the Amazon Sea.
I’m fixin’ to go on an expedition to try to raise them.
I was looking over my 2016 Writing Business Plan. All in all, I accomplished most of what I set out to do. Except finish Reckon and have audio books made for my non-reaper books. I just don’t think audio books are worth it. The narrator and I are making about $10 a month on those two audio books. I just can’t ask someone else to invest that much time for such a minimal payout.
Wonder what my plan looked like? Take a gander if you want. The barely legible red writings are the results. Check marks mean it happened, baby.
So what’s in store for 2017? Kid, if I knew that, I’d play the lottery and own a mountain somewhere. That said, I’m working on THE PLAN now. I hope it will include Reap & Reckon published, work on the third Cosmic Cowboys episode, The Magnate’s Moon, attending Visioncon in Branson in February and Ozarks Indie Book Fest in Springfield in October.
Right now the rest is TBD. I want to stay open to the possibilities. But like I always tell my husband, if we don’t make a plan…nothing happens.
Here’s to some good happenings in 2017.
What does your 2017 Plan look like?
- My father-in-law Gary LOVES Bigfoot. In a manly way, of course. He’s been obsessed with Bigfoot for as long as I’ve known him. In fact, he’s rather perfected a Bigfoot greeting and i[...]
My father-in-law Gary LOVES Bigfoot. In a manly way, of course. He’s been obsessed with Bigfoot for as long as I’ve known him. In fact, he’s rather perfected a Bigfoot greeting and is often howling into our woods, hoping to draw one near. I recently asked him to give it a go here at The Big Cedars…
Gary has seen every episode of Finding Bigfoot, which I only started watching in the past year as research. So guess what. Now I’m obsessed too. When I started thinking about what book I might write next, again I wanted something that hadn’t been overdone. Let me tell you, there are damn few Sasquatch love stories out there and that’s a pity because Sasquatch needs love too.
This, of course, all got me pondering how that might all work because there’s definitely the possibility for it to all go wrong. Way, way wrong. I found my answer in the shifter romances. What if Sasquatch was a shifter? What if 99 percent of the time he looked just like your banker or tax guy, or teacher or…you get the picture.
What if the reason no one has ever captured a live Sasquatch or discovered a dead one is because they SHIFT?
And so it began… Ethan Lane is a writer, who just so happens to have a terrible, wonderful secret.
Shifted in Seattle
No one’s ever captured a Sasquatch.
Sasquatches have roamed the Pacific Northwest for centuries, hiding in the wilds of the northern territories and protected by the Lummi nation.
When Seattle author Ethan Lane’s secret is exposed after a first date with Ruby Parsons goes wonderfully right, then horribly wrong, he’s faced with betraying his clan or losing his only chance at true love and a normal life.
Sometimes love gets hairy.