A must read from the blog: A Woman’s Wisdom
BLOODBREEDERS The Series: is back and on Amazon….
Book four, Lies Beneath London, will release March 2014. I have recently become an independent author and have worked very hard getting what had out…back out. But, now I am happy to say my fanged babies are ‘back’ and continuing their journey. Arrival of the Prophecy (Paranormal/Werewolf/Romance) and Uncertain Meanings (Contemporary Love Story) has also received a new cover and are back out. On A Cold Winter’s Night, is my first mini erotic (Contemporary Love Story) that I’ve released since going Indie.
Hope you all have a rockin’ evening!
A must read if you are an author!!!
The Toodlegnomes lived in peace without worry of the outside world and the many dangers that came with it for many years. That is until the dreaded Bumble Bee Dragons were ordered by their evil Queen to sneak in and steal the Crystals that gave life to the Toodlegnome village. All felt their way of life was lost…all but the bravest of the small forest dwellers. Maggie Galestone and her best friend Maxine Thornbread were ordered to leave the village, because all feared their overly brave ways would cause all to pay with a war they felt could not be won.
The two little Toodlegnomes begin an adventure that takes them into uncharted territory filled with dangers of forbidden forest, they come upon creatures, which are happy to help them in their quest and some who would like to cause them harm. Few give much hope that either will ever be seen again…
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Bren Woodard had taken her share of beatings as a child in the privacy of what others called her home. Then as a teen she put up with having kids push her around, while most put vulgar statements toward her last name. Now in her late twenties she had taken to one of those very names, Woody, and paid great attention to all who had hurt her. Bren found her love for handmade, wooden weapons from the very yard stick that was used on her as a child by her abusive father, to the things she now carried concealed to protect herself. Little did anyone know that she had sharpened that very yard stick and planted it into her father’s chest when she was a mere seventeen, making others believe that in a drunken stupor, he had fallen upon it. None had reason to question her….
I absolutely LOVED this!!!
Thank you L. S. Murphy~