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The Crystal Rose Book Three of the Mer Cycle by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff PROLOGUE The mystic Beloved, before concealed by the veil of words, is now revealed to the eyes of men. I bear witness, my friends, that the benediction … Continue reading
by Ursula K. Le Guin While most small presses sell all their books freely and happily to libraries, the “Big Five” publishers continue to be terrified by the idea of letting public libraries have their e-books, and to punish libraries … Continue reading
A Collection of Short Fiction by Nancy Jane Moore $4.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-258-7 “Break all rules, including these.” So advises one of the stories in this reprint collection. These stories jump — conscientiously — from a homage to Alexandre Dumas to an … Continue reading
U.S. Navy pilot Lieutenant Alex MacNeil and his wife, Lindsay, are stranded in medieval Scotland, brought there by magic. They’re pledged to Robert the Bruce, and their loyalty to each other will be tested to an extreme when Lindsay is abducted … Continue reading
Two stories from the time of King Arthur, when magic was real and dangerous. Dark Magicks at Book View Café Ebookstore.
Book View Cafe author Lois H. Gresh has just sold another book to St. Martin’s Press for an early 2014 release. She has also sold the French rights for her June 2013 St. Martin’s Press release, The Mortal Instruments Companion. … Continue reading
“If I drown, you’ll explain to the cops, right?”
“I won’t let you drown, Bobbyjay,” she said in a small voice.
With a deep breath and a determined expression, he dove headfirst through the moon roof. Water and fish poured out around his body. Daisy squeezed her hands together. His arm and shoulder and then his face appeared at the side window of the Porsche, squishing fish against the glass. She heard his elbow bump on the window. Then the window began to leak water from the top, and water began pouring out of a growing slit as the window opened, and fish slithered past in a silvery flood, and then, just as she was worrying that she wasn’t strong enough to haul his big, heavy body free, his legs thrashed, and he withdrew. A nasty squeak sounded as he slid back out of the moon roof, and then he rolled over on his back and slid, gasping, to the ground. Continue reading
A sexy, funny duel of wills and wits between a small town preacher’s daughter and a blue-collar prince of the blood. Continue reading
Felisan, Governor of Alpinon, recalls the battle in which he and Jharan were certain they would be slain. On their way to Glenhallow, Eliani and her kindred must pass the battlefield at Skyruach, site of the greatest ælven conflict centuries … Continue reading
Knight’s Blood: Tenebrae Series Book 2 by Julianne Lee U.S. Navy Pilot Lieutenant Alex MacNeil and his wife Lindsay have returned from their adventure in fourteenth century Scotland, and Lindsay has given birth to a son. But the magic is … Continue reading