Sneak Peek: A.M. Harte’s Hungry For You

Hungry For YouToday we have a sneak peek of A.M. Harte’s book, Hungry for You:

Love is horrible. It’s ruthless, messy, mind-altering, and raw. It takes no prisoners. It chews you up and spits you out and leaves you for dead. Love is, you could say, very much like a zombie. In this haunting short story collection, anything is possible-a dying musician turns to tea for inspiration; a police sergeant struggles with a very unusual victim; a young wife is trapped in a house hiding unimaginable evil…. With “Hungry For You”, A.M. Harte explores the disturbing and delightful in an anthology that unearths the thin boundary between love and death.

Hungry for You is available on, Amazon UK, and other retailers. Continue reading “Sneak Peek: A.M. Harte’s Hungry For You”

Embracing A Muse – or Two

Salvador and Gala Dali

This was not the first topic I chose for my weekly post. I had planned on discussing why I feel every author of adult fiction should include one steamy, gratuitous sex scene in their novel. At least one. But the subject of sex in novels has already been discussed, so I reach my hand back into the cookie jar – oh no! Why must I be tortured!

The semi-colon. Is this a cruel joke? Punishment by punctuation? I never put this idea into my virtual cookie jar as a topic for reflection. Someone here at Indies Unlimited must have done so. I will make a bold and controversial statement thus drawing the ire of all competent editors. I believe the semi-colon has outlived its usefulness, except as an embellishment at the end of a declarative sentence. So there! Continue reading “Embracing A Muse – or Two”

Smashwords Kicks Off “Read an E-Book” Week!

Smashwords LogoRead an Ebook Week starts Sunday, so please click to the home page to enroll your books now. Here’s a direct link to the promotion.

Smashwords is going to give it heavier than usual promotion this year with an email blast to all registered Smashwords members (a very BIG number), so please enroll now. The sale starts Sunday and ends at the 11:50pm Saturday evening, Pacific time.