Monthly Archives: February 2012

Today we have author A Jacob Sweeny with a guest post introducing her awesome (and yummy!) heroes of The Pulse Myths series. First, let’s get to know more about Ms. Sweeny and her books. About A Jacob Sweeny I have been writing and storytelling ever since I was able to hold a pen. When I spent time working as a teacher with children of varying ages I was fascinated by the awesome power of words to excite and inspire the young mind. The art of Storytelling is what makes a good teacher great. My degree in History with an emphasis … Continue reading


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Need to warm up this February afternoon? Maybe this little teaser from Devotion will help… Tristan and I changed together in the little room that contained only a bench with two piles of clothes on it. I held up a black sports bra and black spandex pants–the only clothes for me–and nearly groaned, until I remembered my new body. Tristan had been given nothing but a pair of loose black pants. With his hair pulled back in a ponytail, he looked as though he belonged in a martial-arts film, ready to fight in a tournament or take on his self-righteous … Continue reading


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Last week I asked you all to tell me where you think CJ (the co-publisher) and I should have dinner in Miami and nobody responded. I’m going to assume that it’s not because you don’t love me or care if I stuff horrid food in my body, but that, like us, you just couldn’t decide which one you would pick. One is known as a favorite stand-by. The other sounded delish, but a little risky. But no worries! We decided to brave it out and try the brand-spanking-new Eating Place Miami. It’s the first pop-up restaurant we’ve ever been to. … Continue reading


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Today I bring you Author Susan Kaye Quinn, whose Open Minds YA paranormal has received some awesome reviews. I can’t wait to read it! About Susan Kaye Quinn Susan Kaye Quinn grew up in California, where she wrote snippets of stories and passed them to her friends during class. She pursued a bunch of engineering degrees and worked a lot of geeky jobs, including turns at GE Aircraft Engines, NASA, and NCAR. Now that she writes novels, her business card says “Author and Rocket Scientist” and she doesn’t have to sneak her notes anymore. All that engineering comes in handy … Continue reading


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For those who haven’t read Devotion yet, well, uh, why the heck not? Need more enticement? Here’s a tease for you: “I’m the alien but they all treat me like …” “Royalty?” Tristan finished for me. I sighed. “Yeah. At this rate, I’ll be ready to get back to normal life sooner than I thought. At least in the normal world, I know how to behave, what to do.” He gave me a squeeze. “We’ll be leaving soon enough, I’m sure. But first you have a lot to learn. You need to train. Have you been practicing at all, or … Continue reading


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