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Sunday, July 6, 2014

"Desert Flower" - vampire fiction by Tom Olbert

“From the start of Desert Flower by Tom Olbert, it’s the monster who gets our sympathy.” – Patricia Esposito (5-stars)
 




 


A young girl's innocence is ripped from her when she is turned against her will into a vampire. Hunted and alone, Fleurette longs for escape from her hellish existence of eternal night, blood-letting and carnage.

In war-torn Afghanistan, another young girl, Ruhee has been cast into another kind of dark bondage as a child bride. Raped, tormented and suffering, she longs for escape. These two lost souls find a strange but pure form of sisterly love together as they survive side-by-side in a world gone mad. Ruhee must grow up amid war and turmoil.

As if American predator drones and the deadly raids of the Taliban were not bad enough, she must keep her "sister"'s dark secret, while merciless vampire hunters lurk in the shadows.

When Ruhee comes of age and finds an unlikely but pure love with a brave but deeply troubled_young Taliban soldier named Batal, Ruhee finds herself trapped between light and darkness. Her heart is torn in two, and she must make an impossible choice between love and immortality, as her young life teeters on the brink of hell.

 

 

Excerpt:

 





Feeling sure they would find her soon, she took the only chance she could, as Marcel had taught her.  Use what you have, he’d said.  You have your sweet innocence, mon petit.  That is your most potent weapon.  “Monsieur,” she called out weakly, crawling from hiding, reaching out a hand to the big man in the dark leather coat standing over her, the moonlight glinting off his silver crucifix.  Si voux plais…please…I am so hungry.  A little money…”

“Bugger off, you stinking little urchin,” he grumbled in disgust, turning away from the alleyway and starting down the street.  Seeing her chance, she slipped up behind him and slashed his arm with her talons.  He yelled in pain as the cross clattered to the cobblestones, his blood spurting over it.   Fleurette leapt on his back and plunged her fangs deep into his jugular, tapping the flow of warm, sweet blood.  It was nourishing elixir filling her veins, her cold heart starting to pump as her eyes clouded over in a sickly crimson fog.  The man thrashed and struggled to no avail, his body finally falling limp in her grasp as he slumped to the pavement, a last few twitching motions in his hands as he died.

“It’s over there!” another hunter yelled, across the street.  “It’s killed Ron!  Get it!”  Her strength returning, she slipped into wolf shape, bounding down the alleyway, turning to mist even as a silver-tipped arrow shattered against the wall behind her.  Resuming bat shape, she spread herself on the night air as she made for the harbor.  A large freighter bound for Asia loomed below, its hold open and dark.  She swooped down towards it, settling again into mist to avoid the notice of night watchmen who only shuddered, as though feeling a cold, icy touch of wind nearby.

Slipping into the hold, she resumed human shape and crouched in the darkness, waiting.  She sighed, holding her sides.  With the fresh infusion of blood she’d just taken, her wounds were healing quickly.  She slumped her head back against the cold metal bulkhead as her eyes swept the dark, shadowed interior of the hold.  A new start, she thought.  She was trying to find some hope in this endless flight, this eternal running.

She felt so alone.



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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Wanted: Sarah Vargas

Name: Sarah Vargas
Height: 5'5
Weight: 120
Hair: black
Eyes: green

Last seen in Charleston, SC

Approach with caution. Sarah Vargas is armed and very dangerous.




"Fade To Black is one kick butt action-adventure ride from start to finish." - Dawn, Love Romances and More

"Malevolent Dead is an awesome adventure with kick-butt action, hot sexual encounters, and interesting characters." - Angelique, Happily Ever After Reviews.

"Blood Moon is a fast paced read, filled with suspense, action, and heat." - You Gotta Read Reviews.


Buy your copy today: Heather Kuehl's EP page



Also, check out Dream Lover and Promises to Keep

"Dream Lover is a good concept with loving characters and is a good sweet love story." - Sizzling Hot Book Reviews

"Promises to Keep is a fast moving mixture of adventure and fantasy. The tale of Starlette DeFore's quest to find her father keeps your captured from the beginning to the end." - DJ

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

I found this tweet to be really helpful to me. It gives valuable advice for authors on twitter.
50 Twitter Tips You Wish You Knew Years Ago - http://hub.am/1gWQGC9 by @DianaUrban at @HubSpot #TwitterTips

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Hello Everyone! I am proud to announce that Eternal Press is publishing my latest book "Frost  Flower" which is a delightful sweet Regency Romance.
     In a turbulent time after the war with France ended, many people in England must put their lives back together. Two people who are broken in different ways find each other.
     Will their love be enough to mend their pain and help them overcome? No matter how perfect some things look there is always a flaw or a problem. Will a perfect Frost Flower melt in the arms of love or shatter in pain and dissolve into nothing to disappear all together?

Monday, January 13, 2014

#MARSocial's #Author of Year#Finalist "Angel in My Heart Devil" in My Soul" by @RoseDru63 #Amazon#NYTimes:marsocial.com/docs/mars-soci…

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Book Reviewed by Barb Taub (author,reviewer)   I got a new review here. at The Romance reviews. Its not great but itits a review by George.    
[ Review Posted: Dec 26, 2013 ] - See all my reviews

Friday, November 29, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone. I just want to thank everyone especially those few that have been such wonderful friends this past year: Trevor, helped me do a video, Dina,helped me with interviews and extra especially Leanna Harrow, who would not let me give up. Leanna you are the best friend ever. Thank you so much.
Love ya,
Linda

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Remember to tell everyone!!! The 50% off coupon is 31Halloween2013 at checkout. http://eternalpress.biz/people.php?author=493

Monday, July 1, 2013

Christmas In July At Coffee Time Romance-25% off all Eternal Press Titles

Did you know that all Eternal Press titles are 25-50% off at Coffee Time Romance in July?


If you haven't read Hot Chocolate Kiss--or would like to give it as a gift-- that quick, sexy read that guys love, too and The Journey, an erotic novella with a historical/nautical theme are part of the Coffee Time Romance sale in July.

Both are 25% off here.













For anyone that would like print books or personalized gift packages,  when you order through my Amazon Marketplace site. Before shipping,  I will contact you regarding personalization and gift options to sweeten that deal as well.

Scroll down to the bottom of this blog to view the trailers or go here.

Excerpts are here.

Happy Summer! Happy Shopping!

Friday, June 7, 2013

Seagoing is a mystery to most peole


I remember reading Paul Gallico's original version of "The Poseidon Adventure" and being impressed by the lengths he went to in explaining why the ship turned over. It made his subsequent ignorance of the basic physics that the pressure of the air inside the ship must be greater than the atmosphere outside it all the more surprising. I couldn't believe that so experienced and effective a writer would overlook the dramatic consequence that would force the survivors into blocking off the escape route by closing the watertight door at the shaft tunnel entrance and turning the space into an air lock.
(We can draw a polite veil of silence over the subsequent film versions, and even the most recent rendering of the "Titanic" disaster was painful to watch.)
In the last month or so, the intervention of friends has brought "Coasting" to the attention of former shipmates, fellow seafarers whose opinions I respect and men who were at sea in the period it covers (the mid 1970s). They have been unanimous in their praise of the story-telling and the accuracy with which I have captured the sea-going era we shared. They are all looking forward t the release of "The Sapphire Sea" in August.
Their good opinion validates my writing in a way no other group could achieve, especially as we've stood on the opposite sides of many battles in the past.
David Andrews (who learned to write well as Amy Gallow)