Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Zombie Blogfest!!!!

In honor of Halloween and All Souls Day Kelly Hashway and I bring you a fest of the waling dead! Bahahaha!

Here's how it works:
Post about your favorite zombie movie, zombie book, zombie TV series, or share some cool zombie pics. As long as it's zombies, you're good. 

What's in it for you?
How about a FREE story. Plus, US residents can also be entered for a chance to win some zombie limb candy and a signed copy of Touch of Death. (Sorry but international mailing is expensive and mailing candy internationally isn't always allowed.)

Everyone will get a copy of my FREE short story prequel to the Touch of Death series, Curse of Death.

In fact, go grab it now by clicking here.

And if you want a chance to win a signed copy of Touch of Death and some zombie candy to satisfy your after Halloween sugar craving, simply fill out the rafflecopter form below.

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And I have  two picks for this decaying festival!

Touch of Death:  A totally Halloween worthy book not about zombies, but about zombie creators. Oh but there are plenty of dead walking, waiting tables even... I love this one for the voice and incredibly unique premise. No review yet, because I haven't finished. Probably next week.

And for pick #2 Cold Kiss: This is a touching an emotional read about a girl who turns her boyfriend into a zombie. And it's about love not romance, something you don't find too often in YA. Wren, the MC, wants what's best for her boyfriend, she just wants to keep him at the same time. It's an interesting look at grief too. And you can find my review here.

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Cover reveal for THE BOY WHO LOVED FIRE, by Julie Musil

Genre: YA contemporary with a splash of ghosts

Manny O’Donnell revels in his status at the top of his high school food chain. He and his friends party in the mountains on a blustery night, sharing liquor and lame ghost stories around a campfire. The next morning, as a wild fire rages in those same mountains, Manny experiences doubt. He was the last of the drunken crew to leave the cave, and he’s uncertain if he extinguished the flames. Within hours, he becomes the number one arson suspect.

Santa Ana winds + matches = disaster. You’d think he would've learned that the first time he started a fire.

As he evades a determined arson investigator, Manny, a modern-day Scrooge, is visited by ghosts of the past, present, and future. He’s forced to witness the fate of his inadvertent victims, including Abigail, the scarred beauty who softens his heart. Manny must choose between turning around his callous, self-centered attitude, or protecting his own skin at the expense of anyone who gets in his way.

Julie Musil, author of YA fiction, is a chocoholic and obsessive reader. As the mother of three teen boys, she’s immersed in teen speak, drama, and gym socks. She loves to chat! Connect with her on her blog, Twitter, or Facebook

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Agent Sarah Nego Has A Hint To Make Twitter Promo Easier

My friend Sarah Nego is here today to talk about a program that will allow you to help others tweet content for you!

Beth, thanks for having me. Blog tours, guest posts, blog hops, hosted cover reveals, and the list goes on and on. As an author you want to get your work in front of as many readers as possible. So you share your content with other bloggers in the hopes that their audience is interested. That can be a lot of work for one audience, but with a few tweaks you can help your message spread further than a single blog.
Obviously, the first step in getting shares is having great content. Let’s assume you’re going to pull out you’re A-game for guest posts. So what else can you do to increase views? Almost every site you visit these days has share buttons, encouraging viewers to share the blog content with social media sites.
This is great, but they’ve become so common place that readers skip right over them without even realizing it. If you want readers to share your content, you have to make the request easy and visible. Tweet This!
See what I did there. If you click on that little link, it takes you right to a tweet already set with the content and link back here. It is both easy and highly visible, meeting all our needs for encouraging readers to share. Go ahead and test it out, you know you want to. I’ll wait.
 Back? Great! Easy peasy, right? The good news is setting up those little social media gems is super easy, too. Here’s how.
Step one, you need to get a short little link for your post. Twitter is pretty limiting on your characters so you don’t want to waste all your space with an overly long link. There are lots of sites that will do this, but I’m a big fan of Bitly.
It’s super easy to use. When you get there, just pop your link into the box in the top right corner.
When you do, the site will give you a shortened link that you can use anywhere to direct folks to your post. It also catalogs your link and tracks how many times someone clicks on it. If you’re so inclined, it will also generate a QR code for you. All for free.
Once you have a shortened link, you’re next stop is Click to Tweet. This is where you customize what each tweet will look like.

I recommend including your own Twitter handle so you are notified when someone uses the link, but since Bitly does this for you it’s not required. It does make it easy for you to thank readers for spreading the word.
Once you click the little Generate Link! Button, you get the fancy url to use as part of your post.

That’s it!
It may seem complicated, but I promise it’s not. I am not generally good with website tech, but I was able to figure this out, so you know it can’t be rocket science.
You can insert the links directly after a quote within your post, or include several of them at the bottom. I have no idea if one is more effective than the other, so just go with what looks better to you.

Next time you write a guest post or plan a blog tour, include this extra way to spread the word. Yes, it means a little extra work, but it’s worth it to reach new readers!

And if you want more great advice from Sarah, check out her series on the DIY blog tour throughout November. A new post will go up every day in November, guiding writers step-by-step through the process of setting up your own successful blog tour. Post will include basic information as well as helpful tips to get the most out of your tour.


When eighteen-year-old Miranda chases a purse snatcher on the Las Vegas Strip, the last thing she expects is for the pursuit to turn into an extended game of hide-and-seek. All Miranda wants are the old black and white photographs buried at the bottom of her purse. They’re the only things she has left of the grandmother she never knew. But how much is she willing to put on the line to save them? And is it possible she’s falling in love with a thief? Tweet this!

Michelle D. Argyle lives and writes in Utah, surrounded by the Rocky Mountains. She adores cheese, chocolate, sushi, and lots of ethnic food, and loves to read and write books in the time she grabs between her sword-wielding husband and energetic daughter. She believes a simple life is the best life. Michelle writes contemporary Young Adult and New Adult fiction (and other genres when she feels like it). 

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Monday, October 28, 2013

Monday Mishmash

  1. I've had a migraine for days. Blah.
  2. Editing--I sent my attempt at agent edits to my CP, so I'm going to work like mad on self edits of Perfect Harmony this week in hopes that we can trade when she is done.
  3. Baby Book--This might not seem like a writing related task to you, but it is. I won't allow myself to start a new draft until I finally get the first 17 months of ELF's life in a baby book. SO I'm going to start printing pictures for that this week too.
  4. Nook Press--I keep getting a fatal error message from nook press when I try to upload my manuscript. Can anyone help me with this?
  5. Zombie Blogfest-- Don't forget Kelly Hashway and I are the Zombie Blogfest for Halloween. You can sign up here.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Big Dreams Blogfest

Today is the Big Dreams blogfest hosted by Misha Gericke and myself. Misha dreams of making $7500/month in royalties in five years time. And I dream of being a millionaire. This blogfest is so we can all support each other and be accountable for creating a plan to obtain our dreams, however small or large.

And I'm so thankful for this bloghop today! Why? Well, because until Misha reminded me it was time to post, I didn't realize it was this week. It gave me a post. More importantly, it gave me a kick in the butt. I had already finished my draft of Perfect Harmony last week which gave me 63,130 words to deposit in my bank toward a million. (If you look at my expert counter on the side you can see I'm almost half way to a million). And I'd started to make agent revisions on the manuscript I completed in June, Finding Hope. But I thought there was still time in October, so I hadn't began to update social media or format The Other Marlowe Girl for nook or smashie. Getting Misha's reminder made me make time for that. I updated my email signature and the cover widgets on my blog today. I attempted to update my twitter background with the A Missing Peace cover but it turns out the current cover just looks better as a background. I did get TOMG formatted for smashie though I never quite got accepted to the premium catalog and I got it up on B&N. In addition to this I've made good progress on FH edits. So my goal is to finish my read through tomorrow. (I'm writing this on Thursday night). Then go back in the first 90 pages and mark one character's behavior problems that I didn't realize was a problem until 90 pages in. After that, I'll send it to my cp, and finish reading a friend's book over the weekend for a review. My plan for next week is to start self editing PH and hopefully have that in the hands of a first reader by the time my cp gets FH back to me.

So when we see each other next month I might not have as much to report, because I plan to finish my daughter's baby book before I start drafting my next book. But I hope to have both Finding Hope and Perfect Harmony revised. I hope to have Finding Hope sent to my agent and Perfect harmony ready to go to my agent as soon as we know what's going to happen with FH.

So that's me? What are your goals/plans for this month?

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Interview with a Superhero

Nicholas Adams from Black Hellbore is here today. I've never met a super hero before.

Thank you, Beth, for having Nicholas Adams on your blog today for an interview.

*Nicholas walks in and sits down, scooping out the place.*

Hello, Nicholas. Can you tell us what your current state of mind is?

Nicholas: I'm a little confused. One minute, I'm bleeding out, ready to die so I can see Justina again - my girlfriend who died ten years ago - and the next thing I know, I wake up in a strange house. And now I can run super fast and am incredibly strong. It's…unbelievable.

I'm sure. I guess being strong might help with your job. What's your favorite occupation?

Nicholas: Haven't worked a job I've actually liked. Moved from place to place too much to bother to find a long-term job.

Oh. Well, what is your current occupation then?

Nicholas: I'm a construction worker. And yeah, the strength does help, although I can't let anyone see me use it. Don't want to be carted off by scientists.

Of course not. You mentioned Justina earlier. Is she the greatest love of your life?

*Nicholas rubs his stubbly chin.* O-of course.

That doesn't sound very convincing.

*Nicholas throws up his hands.* Okay, okay, so I kissed Julianna. I don't know why. *covers his face with his hands and groans*

Want to tell us more about this Julianna?

Nicholas: She's smart but bossy and beautiful but sad all the time. She understands me because she shares my pain. Justina was her twin. We used to be best friends, Julianna and I.

And now?

Nicholas: Now I don't know. But I do know I want her in my life in some fashion. Speaking of Julianna, she's coming over for pizza tonight. Gotta jet. *dashes off so quickly he's not even a blur*

And that was Nicholas Adams! When he dons his white and black mask, he transforms into the superhero Black Hellebore.

Book and Author Information for Nicole Zoltack

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Nicole Zoltack loves to write fantasy/paranormal, romances, horror, historical, for adults and young adults, novels, short stories, and flash pieces. She doesn't want to get boxed in by genre -- she might be claustrophobic! She's also an editor for MuseItUp Publishing and works as a freelance editor.
When she isn't writing about girls wanting to be knights, talking unicorns, and zombies, she spends time with her loving family. She loves to ride horses (pretending they're unicorns, of course!) and going to the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, dressed in period garb. Her favorite current TV show is The Walking Dead.
To learn more about Nicole and her work, visit her website at or her blog at
Book Information:

Black Hellebore, first in a new superhero romance trilogy - Heroes of Falledge
Release in ebook format: October 21st 2013
Release in print: January 2014
Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing
ISBN 10: 1-61252-363-3
ISBN 13: 978-1-61252-363-7


Once a year for the past decade, Nicholas Adams returns to Falledge and leaves a black hellebore on his girlfriend's grave. While fleeing Falledge, he spies a shady man sneaking into the laboratory. Nicholas chases after him and dies for his trouble. A witch brings him back to life, only Nicholas is not the same man. Turns out, magic combined with a black hellebore in his pocket changed him into a kind of a super man.
Julianna Paige, his girlfriend's twin and deputy of Falledge, struggles to solve several murders. Nicholas, and his alter ego the Black Hellebore, helps her, even as she helps him move on and start to truly live again.
Unfortunately, Nicholas wasn't the only one changed in the laboratory explosion, and now a super villain is bent on destroying Falledge, and killing the Black Hellebore. But falling in love might prove more dangerous than any super villain.
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Woman of Honor (Kingdom of Arnhem trilogy, book 1)
Available formats: ebook and paperback
Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing
ISBN-10: 1-936000-03-2
ISBN 13: 978-1-936000-03-6

Aislinn of Bairbhe dreams of becoming a lady knight to honor the death of her fallen brother. To her mother's horror, King Patrick grants Aislinn's wish and she begins her long years of training.

Despite the mockery of the other pages, and the disdain of Prince Caelan who also trains to be a knight, Aislinn commits herself to her dreams and embarks on a journey of self-discovery and bravery. Through the years, Aislinn and Caelan grow from sparring classmates to good friends. They both know that someday Caelan will marry for the sake of the kingdom, but even that cannot keep them from falling in love.

The threat of war with the Speicans is a constant threat, and one that grows more frightening as she and Caelan train toward their eventual knighthood. Aislinn has committed herself to serving Arnhem, and has promised herself as King's Champion when Caelan claims the throne. She is willing to give up everything... her childhood, her life, even her heart for Arnhem. No matter the pain it brings.

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Knight of Glory (Kingdom of Arnhem trilogy, book 2)
Available formats: ebook and paperback
Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing
ISBN-10: 1-936000-49-0
ISBN 13: 978-1-936000-49-4

Ranulf, the Speican lord, is dead, and Arnhem is safe, or so the Arnhemians believe.

Sir Geoffrey and his companions have just completed a mission for Queen Aislinn when he receives word of the Speicans attacking Arnhem. Geoffrey and his party, which now includes exile Jenanna, split up and rush to different kingdoms to ask for aid. Even as he fights for his kingdom and his life, Geoffrey finds himself torn between his new friend Jenanna and the mysterious lady Celestia he left behind in Arnhem.

Enlisting help is infinitely more difficult than they anticipated and to make matters worse, rumors abound that the Speicans have enlisted a mage to work unspeakable, forbidden magic. The war between Speica and Arnhem has just begun. Will Geoffrey survive the battle to live another day and discover which woman he truly loves?

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Champion of Valor (Kingdom of Arnhem trilogy, book 3)
Available formats: ebook and paperback
Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing
ISBN-10: 1-61252-035-9
ISBN 13: 978-1-61252-035-3

The war between Specia and Arnhem now reaches the sea after the selkies discover the Mystical Conch Shell of the Sea has been stolen. Selliki the selkie sets out to find it, and Gabrael, the mage she loves. No union between a selkie and a human has ever had a happy ending, but neither can ignore their feelings. Each night, they experience terrible, real dreams that show how doomed their love is. Add the war, and their love is impossible. Only one kingdom will prevail; that is, if the world doesn't end.

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Monday, October 21, 2013

Monday Mishmash

  1.  Monday Mishmash-- In case you didn't notice I have stolen Kelly Hashway's post for the total randomness that is an update on life. And by the way, she and I are hosting the Zombie blogfest, so if you haven't already signed up for some Halloween fun, you should.
  2. Editing--So much editing to do!I finished my first draft of Perfect Harmony, which my agent refers to as the car crash novel last week. And I have agent edits for the companion to A Missing Peace that I put off until my draft was complete. So lot's of editing and I'd like to have it all done by the end of the month.
  3. Business--Now that I'm done drafting, I have lots of business items to take care of too, like getting TOMG formtted for nook and smashie and get it uploaded, fixing my blog, updating social media. All that joyous stuff that has absolutely nothing to do with writing. One day I will get a six figure deal and have an assistant to do this stuff. One day baby.
  4. Buying a house--So it seems the husband and I will be closing on a small house the 22nd of November. It's cute. I like it, but the bigger deal is I will have a work space again. (We'd previously used the second bedroom as our office but then ELF came and that had to become a nursery. I've been working at the kitchen table).
  5. Project 52--I rarely do reviews these days because I've been cautioned not to make other authors mad. That makes me sad because I loved reviewing books, so my friend Kelly and I worked out a kind of covert P-52 which I will be bringing you in 2014. It should be interesting. 
  6. Royalty checks--I got a royalty check today!!! Woo-hoo! Not only is that always fun however tiny, it's encouragement that my investment might one day pay off.
So what's on your mind?

Wednesday, October 16, 2013


So WOW is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, and I haven't done one of these in a REALLY long time, but I've been waiting on this book since August and am still counting down the days till it's release, so here it is. My pick: Forever Temptation Book 3.

All I want is my happily-ever-after.

That's all I've wanted since meeting Noah Miller.

From the day we met, the world has tried to keep Noah and me from being together, but now that I'm carrying his child, no one will be able to tear us apart. Or so I hope. But Noah and I have made some mistakes along the way, and the consequences are impacting the people we love. Worse, there's a storm on the horizon, and it's sure to cause serious devastation.

If we can get through this, we'll finally be Rose and Noah; a family, forever.

But first we have to survive the road ahead. And happily-ever-after is a long way off.(less)
Paperback, 304 pages
Expected publication: January 28th 2014 by Harlequin Teen
ISBN 0373211066 (ISBN13: 9780373211067)
edition languageEnglish
seriesTemptation #3
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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Announcing The Zombie Blogfest

Okay! Here's the scoop. With Halloween, Dia De Muerte, and All Souls Day coming up my virtual bff and I decided there is no better way to celebrate than with the walking dead! Bahahaha! And when you combine this with Kelly Hashway's awesome zombie books there was no way to go but  a zombie blogfest. Everyone will get a free Touch of Death short story. And one lucky U.S. winner will get an autographed copy of Touch of Death and some zombie candy. And possibly a bag of dia de muerte skeletons if I can find it. The rules are simple: Link back to Kelly and I, post the graphic below, and anything you want about zombies.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Interview with Publisher and Owner of Curiosity Quills Lisa Gus

Today, I have publisher and owner of the press Curiosity Quills here to talk about CQ's endeavor to support no kill shelters and some advice for writers.

Please explain to my readers how purchasing this anthology will be supporting a good cause.

10% of the revenue will go straight to No-Kill shelters, both from PrimeTime and After Dark 

volumes. And, once we launch in hard-cover later this season in time for all the holiday 

shopping, sponsored via the Indie Go-Go campaign, everything that doesn’t get applied toward 

covering production and shipping expenses will also go straight to the dogs (pardon the pun!)

2. There are so many good causes out there. How did you decide to help animals?

As one of our antho authors says, “Animals are people too.” We at Curiosity Quills don’t feel 

that it’s fair or humane to put down healthy wonderful animals instead of working to re-home 

them or let them live out their years with dignity and comfort. And so, when it came time to 

start giving back – the cause was kind of a no-brainer!

3. You’re here today to talk about a new anthology you’ve released. What’s the theme? How 

were the authors selected?

CQ specializes in quirky paranormal / mystery / sci-fi – and that’s exactly what both volumes 

are like. Like Razorbill in the times of yore (when books were strictly physical and New York 

publishing houses ruled and rivers were made of eggnog), we are choosing to publish only the 

novels and short stories WE want to be caught reading. 

Made up of works exclusively by CQ’s own authors (with the exception of Jennifer Malone 

Wright, who is writing the foreword for our digital / paperback editions and Jonathan Maberry, 

who will be supplying it for the hardcover one), the anthologies represent our stab at getting 

you to that semi-scary semi-exciting place you get to when immersed in a piece that is good 

enough to just JUST barely keep yourself from glancing over your shoulder to see if someone is 

perched on the back of your armchair to read along. 

We don’t want to frighten you out of your wits, after all, but we want you to think, consider, 

shiver with anticipation – and remember our authors when it comes to choosing your next full-
length book.

4. As a publisher, what would you advise an author NOT to do?

I would advise the author to NOT treat their manuscript as the best thing since sliced bread. 

Sometimes, a look from the side, with a fresh eye, may reveal issues, taking care of which may 

make an otherwise solid work truly shine!

5. What’s the greatest writing advice you’ve ever heard?

Do not make characters do things for the sake of the plot. Make the plot twist and turn for the 

sake of the characters.

6. What does CQ look for in a manuscript? Of course, we want to know what genres you’re open to, but I think what really helps writers is to know what makes something magical for you.

Well, funny you should ask I have just announced yesterday that we’re opining our doors to submissions to a separate imprint (with a separate website that is being made right now), Curiosity Thrills – which will publish the titles that CQ would have published, but would otherwise be too steamy for the mainstream imprint. After all, erotica is a happening thing right now, and we want to capitalize on that – not, however, at the expense of character development or plot!
As to the genres, we are looking for fiction only. Mystery, sci-fi, dystopian, horror, urban fantasy, 

paranormal and even solid contemporary works in Adult, NA, and YA age groupings is our 

preferred fare. We have even just accepted a new work by one of our previously published 

authors, Tara Tyler, that is upper MG. So, wow us – and we will take it!

Oh… how to do that, you ask? Avoid unnecessary sex and violence – but do not skimp on 

either. Self-edit, take it through a critique group – and then let it rest for a month or so before 

sending it our way. And most importantly – please, please, treat the characters, not the plot, 

as paramount, as long as you keep them moving right along. We want to care what happens to 

them, we want to be invested, and then we will lap your story up!

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Friday, October 4, 2013

Star Cursed

"With the Brotherhood persecuting witches like never before, a divided Sisterhood desperately needs Cate to come into her Prophesied powers. And after Cate's friend Sachi is arrested for using magic, a war-thirsty Sister offers to help her find answers—if Cate is willing to endanger everyone she loves.

Cate doesn't want to be a weapon, and she doesn't want to involve her friends and Finn in the Sisterhood's schemes. But when Maura and Tess join the Sisterhood, Maura makes it clear that she'll do whatever it takes to lead the witches to victory. Even if it means sacrifices. Even if it means overthrowing Cate. Even if it means all-out war.

In the highly anticipated sequel to Born Wicked, the Cahill Witch Chronicles continue Cate, Maura and Tess's quest to find love, protect family, and explore their magic against all odds in an alternate history of New England."

I loved this book. I've seen a few negative reviews, and I don't know why. I have to say in my opinion it's better than the first. Now it may have been I started with extremely low expectations, (and I did--something happened at the end of the first book that made me so mad I threw it). But Spotwood's engaging voice made this another quick read. The romance and action were both there almost from the beginning and things are really starting to progress. I can't wait for the third and final installment, but it won't be out until August of 2014. So so sad. I hate the amount of time between the release of these books. This book referenced things from the first book I couldn't remember, and I'm sure the third will make references that I won't catch as well. I give this 5 stars.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

ISWG: Just Blah

The Insecure Writer's Support Group is hosted by Alex J Cauvanaugh and I hear it's becoming it's own site. However, I've had no time to check this out, so please accept my possibly dated link.

You wanna know what I'm insecure about? Everything. Seriously. Lately, the lack of reward for my 3.5 years of diligent work has made it hard to even stay motivated. I'm way behind my production schedule. (Yeah, I have a business plan. My books are on a production schedule because once upon a time I actually thought I'd make money writing some day). I kind of wonder if I'm ever going to finish my current WIP. And I'm going back to school for a MFA in the spring. I was so excited about this and I worked so hard to get accepted. But I'm wondering if this is the worse decision I've ever made, because I'll yet again be spending money on writing.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Prime Time Cover Reveal


Curiosity Quills Press brings some of their bestselling authors together to create a spine-tingling, mind-blowing, quirky collection of short stories in their first ever, annual PRIMETIME Anthology, scheduled for release 7th October, 2013. Available in digital and paperback formats, with an IndieGoGo campaign launching after release to fund the hardback version.

The anthology is not limited to one specific genre, but all of our novels are guaranteed to be quirky and paranormal, in some way or another. We also guarantee 10% of every purchase will go straight to animals in need. The CQ team has selected humane societies on both the East and West coast that spend well and do not stray from the “no-kill” policies of their strays.

J.R. Rain, Tony Healey, A.W. Exley, Vicki Keire, A.E. Propher, Eliza Tilton, Gerilyn Marin, Grace Eyre, James Wymore, K.H. Koehler, Matthew Graybosch, Michael Panush, Michael Shean, Mike Robinson, Nathan Yocum, Nina Post, Rand B. Lee, Randy Attwood, Sharon Bayliss, William Vitka.

Official Primetime Page | Primetime on Goodreads


About Curiosity Quills Press

 Curiosity Quills launched in 2011 by writers, for writers, presenting uniformly top-notch quality, tastefully curated, hard-hitting storylines. We know it’s hard to stand out from the crowd when it’s millions large, but Curiosity Quills Press helps level the playing field through its members’ innovative social media approach, a transparent culture, and a deeply passionate team.

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