Dariel's World

Hi. I'm Dariel Raye, an interracial/multi-cultural paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and psy/suspense author, and every day of this journey is a learning experience. I'm also a counselor, musician, and animal lover. My stories are about all-conquering love and romance, and I enjoy hosting other authors as well. Enter a world where werewolves, vampires, multi-shifters, vamp-like Nephilim, Vodouin Fey, and all things paranormal capture our hearts...

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Friday, September 28, 2012

Dariel Raye's Fridays with Friends! Meet Author Chantel Rhondeau's Zach

I’m here with Zach Woodbridge, who appears in Chantel Rhondeau’s new release Always & Forever. So, Zach, tell us a little bit about yourself.

Well, I’m an author, like you. I’ve been writing how-to books about sailing, but I’m working on my first mystery novel. [D1] 

Congratulations. I hope your novel does well. In fact, let me know when you release it so I can get a copy! Now, If you don’t mind, can we talk a bit about a rumor I’ve been hearing? I understand you’ve recently started dating Lilly Price.

(Zach grins and runs his hand through his hair) Yeah. I like her a lot. I had a hard time to get her to go out with me at first, though. She thought I insinuated she was a prostitute. Talk about a mess.

A prostitute?

She needed money, I needed a date. Hmmm… it does sound bad when you say it out loud like that. No wonder it pissed her off.

I can imagine. I bet you’re watching what you say to her more carefully from now on.

Well, I try. But you know redheads… Lilly’s a bit fiery in temper and I seem to always stick my foot in my mouth around her.

 Hmmm. You’re a writer – why do you think that is? (sticking your foot in your mouth around her)

I’m pretty nervous. I haven’t really done a lot of dating recently. I just want things to be perfect, but she misunderstands my intentions.

[D2] So why do you think she finally agreed to go out with you?

(He laughs) Well, I hope it’s because I’m so irresistible. At first, I worried she might only be dating me to keep her job. Did you know she works for my grandma? Anyway, Lilly says that’s not the reason. She says she really wanted to date me. I hope that’s the truth.

How are things going with Lilly, now?

Actually, it could be a lot better. My ex-best friend, Curtis Crandall, has been sniffing around her, asking her for dates. If I could get her to agree to make things exclusive between[D3]  us, I’d rest a little easier. Also, Lilly’s reluctant to talk about her past, and she is so afraid of being touched by me. If I didn’t know better, I’d think someone abused her. She changes the subject when I ask. I worry sometimes I won’t ever be able to have something real with her because of how guarded she is.

Are you sure she wasn’t abused?

I’m not sure of anything (narrows green eyes for a few seconds before he continues). I don’t know if we can work things out if she can’t learn to trust me. I need to tell her about my relationship with my wife. Maybe then she’ll understand where I’m coming from.

Your wife?

No, no. I mean my late wife. I was widowed three years ago.

Oh!  That clears things up. I’m sorry to hear you lost your wife, but what is it about your relationship with her that you need to tell Lilly?

Well, since I’m pretty sure Lilly’s been hurt in the past, it might help her to know what happened to me. Maybe if she sees I can relate to her… I don’t know. Maybe she’ll trust me more. Victoria and I, we didn’t have a real marriage. We jumped into things too soon. I don’t really want to go into all the sordid details. Let’s just say that bastard, Curtis Crandall, couldn’t keep his hands to himself. I don’t want him anywhere near Lilly[CLM4] .
You seem a little tense, Zach. Maybe we should change the subject. I know you’re good friends with Chantel Rhondeau. Do you happen to know what she’s doing next, now that she’s not hanging around you and Lilly anymore?

Oh, yeah. She headed to some small town in California. She’s hanging out with this cop named Donovan and a school teacher--I think her name is Madeline? Anyway, from what I hear, Madeline found a body on the beach. The other police officers are starting to suspect Donovan may have made that body--if you know what I mean.

Wow. That sounds interesting!
Yeah. I’m sure she wouldn’t mind you asking her more about it. She didn’t tell me a whole lot since I’ve got my own mysteries to solve (smiles).

Well, I’d better get back to Lilly. She’s noticed someone following her lately, and she received a threatening phone call the other night. I’m afraid the person who blackmailed her in the past might be after her again. I don’t want to leave her alone for too long.

Oh, I understand. It means a lot to me that her safety is so important to you. I hope you find out something soon.
Thanks. Lilly doesn’t really trust the police, but I’m doing everything I can to help her. We’ll figure things out.

Thanks for taking the time to talk to me today.

Sure thing. I was happy to do it. Have a  good day.

Chantel's next blog stop:  http://kimberlysullivan.wordpress.com/
You can find Chantel and "Always and Forever" at these links:
Barnes & Noble: Always and Forever

Where to find Chantel on the web:

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The Writing Bomb: How to be Successful at Anything

The Writing Bomb: How to be Successful at Anything

Dariel Raye's Book Talk Wednesdays

Join me in welcoming today's featured authors, Jennifer James, with her new release, "Long Time Coming," and Delaney Rhodes, with her award winning Celtic Steel series!

Long Time Coming:

One scorching weekend of no-strings sex? Or the first two days of something special…Going home for his older sister’s wedding has been a real pain. Unable to get a room at a local hotel, he's stuck in his parents’ spare bedroom, in a twin bed too short for his six-four frame, with nothing to do but fantasize about his sister’s maid of honor and her little purple bikini. Joey Sanchez: the woman he’s had a crush on for the last ten years. All grown up in all the right places.And it just so happens she’s had a crush on him too.

Lucky for him, Joey knows what she wants. In the pool, in the movie theater, with some very hot text messages, she quenches his desire and demands no promises. She’s married to her career, and that’s the way she likes it. But with the weekend winding down, Rob realizes she’s only left him wanting more. And he doesn’t want to spend the next ten years without her…

Buy Links:

Celtic Storms, Book 1 in the Celtic Steel Series

Celtic Storms 

"This is more than just a love story. It is a story that will connect the reader through time. This story has well-developed characters, an amazing plot and is well written." ~ S. Welker

"... it's obvious that Ms. Rhodes has spent a great deal of time and energy researching this particularly tumultuous time in the history of Ireland." ~ M. Bryce

Celtic Storms

Darina O'Malley watched the sun set in the bay from the great tower in O'Malley castle - saying a silent prayer for her cousin Kyra and hoping the message that was delivered to the MacCahan's did not spell sudden doom for her and her people. If what her Uncle Ruarc had told her was true, she was to be married to a stranger in less than five days and her world would turn upside down.

The realization that her clan held secrets which could destroy them forever chilled her blood. Who was this son of a Laird she was betrothed to and how would he react when he learned the truth?

"Celtic Storms, Book 1 in the Celtic Steel Series, explores the captivating lives of fifteenth century Irish Celts and their quest for dominance in an ancient land full of magic, murder and mayhem." 


Celtic Shores, Book 2 in the Celtic Steel Series

Celtic Shores 

Celtic Steel Series, Book 2

Patrick MacCahan just became the new Laird of the O'Malley clan. His new position is met with many obstacles; including a tempestuous new wife, a two-decade long war with a neighboring village, a missing foster child and a pagan witch who overpowers the clan at every turn.

Parkin MacCahan's life just got a lot more exciting. His older brother Patrick has married the eldest daughter of the O'Malley clan. His father is building a shipping empire off the coast of Northern Ireland. Parkin must oversee the operations and coordinate efforts between the O'Malleys and the MacCahans. 

In order to dock at O'Malley port, Parkin and his men must sail past the legendary Island of Women. Will Parkin be able to withstand the temptation to trespass the legendary shore? Or will he be invited?

Kyra O'Connell has resided in O'Malley territory all of her life. As the niece of the late Laird Dallin O'Malley, and daughter of the clan's chieftan, she has been part of the inner circle for as long as she can remember. When a spy is found among the villagers, Kyra is asked to take up residence on the Island of Women and to infiltrate their ranks as a spy herself.

Celtic Steel Series - Other Books in the Series - coming soon!

Celtic Skies, Book 4 - October, 2012
Celtic Sun, Book 5 - December, 2012 


Celtic Skies, Book 3 in the Celtic Steel Series

Flynn Montgomery has just taken a new commission as the chieftan of O’Malley clan troops in Western Ireland. His cousin, Patrick MacCahan-O’Malley, is the Lord of the O’Malley clan; and they are expanding their shipping enterprise across the seas. Flynn is needed in O’Malley territory to lead the clan’s defense and military operations.

O’Malley lands are far from his home in the Shiant Islands of Scotland. A highlander by descent, Flynn is well respected among his people, but unknown to the Irish clan he is bid to serve. Will the O’Malley clan grow to accept him as one their own?
Is someone stealing the MacCahan and O’Malley clan ships? The O’Malley Lord, his brother Payton, and Ruarc O’Connell, the former chieftan, must investigate the strange disappearance of three vessels and ensure the clan’s safety during their absence. Are there pirates on the sea, or could this be the work of a much darker force?

Dervilla O’Malley has watched as her sister and friends have found love. Are the goddesses ignoring her? Is she destined to remain alone as most of the women of O’Malley territory; or will her knowledge of clan maps and nautical charts introduce her to a life she never imagined?


Friday, September 14, 2012

Fridays With Friends: Author Gemma K. Murray!

It's great to have you here, Gemma! I'm sure readers will enjoy your answers, so let's get right into it :-)

1.     When did you know you wanted to be a writer? What were some of your first steps toward making your dream a reality? I’ve always been a writer, but I never dreamed I could do it for a living.
My first step was to realize that I COULD write for a living. I had to acknowledge that maybe, just maybe, people would want to read the stories I wrote simply for my own entertainment.
The second step was to believe in myself enough to submit my stories to a publisher.
The third step was to toughen my skin to take the rejections that eventually came in.

2.     Yes, tough skin is a must in this business J What 3 things would you like readers to know about you? 1) I am blessed with the most amazing husband and canine kids. 2) When I began the Cedar River series, I had never stepped foot on Upper Peninsula soil. 3) If it hadn’t been for the two special men in my life (my father and my husband), who believed in me, I probably would still be writing for my own amusement.

3.     Tell us about your books. Genre, titles, any favorite characters? What can we look forward to from you in the near future? WIP’s, upcoming releases

My first book is titled Keeper of the Golden Dragon’s Heart. It’s an urban fantasy/paranormal romance set in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Cedar River is a community of shifters. KOTGDH follows the story of Bowie Golden and Anastasia Plum.
Natural Born Enemies is the second book in the Cedar River series. It tells the story of Adam Thomas, black puma shifter, and Luna McIntyre, shaman to the McIntyre Pack. This will be released this fall.
I’m currently working on Book 3 in this series plus I’m working on the first story in a brand-new series about a coven of witches…set in the Upper Peninsula. There is also a book about the Fae. This one will be a children’s story, possibly YA.

4.     Wow! That gives readers a lot to look forward to. Is there a common thread in your books? How do your values show up in your writing? What do you want readers to take from your writing?
That is a great question and one I really hadn’t thought on. The common thread I think you’ll find is this strong sense of community. Families aren’t simply blood-related. The families in my stories are made up of friends as well as blood relations. That is how my life truly is.
I hope my values are reflected in my writing. I see a lot of myself in my female leads. They are strong and independent. They don’t NEED a man in their lives, but having the man they have enhances their lives.
I hope my readers enjoy the stories I write, but I hope they take away a couple of things: Your family doesn’t have to be made up of only people you’re related to. Your family can be the group of people who love and support you. Secondly, I hope my readers see that love doesn’t have to make a woman into a whimpering, simpering creature. Sometimes, love doesn’t work out, but you have to keep moving forward. Love will find you when LOVE thinks you’re ready.

5.     Those are really important values. My life is like that, too, especially as I’ve aged. I think there’s a lot to be said for “wanting” a man because he enhances your life, but not “needing” one to make it. What do you look for in a good book? I like a book that sucks me into the pages and refuses to let me go until the final page is turned.

6.     Yes! The kind you hate to put down, even long enough to turn out the light or turn off the kindle and get some sleep! The kind you’re addicted to until the end, then you’re a little sad it’s over. What are some of the best social media, marketing, and publicity tips you’ve come across? One of my author friends wrote a book about “pimping” yourself as an author. I studied it inside and out. The most valuable information is to put yourself out there and promote, promote, promote, every single day. It doesn’t take long and it is a necessary evil.

7.     What are some things you know now about writing and being an author that you wish someone had told you at the very beginning? Oh boy, I think the one thing I wish someone would have told me was how much of my promotions relies on me. It helps to have author friends who offer advice and help promote. They’ve been my lifesavers especially when it comes to guest blogs.

8.     That’s very true. I wrote in a bubble for years, but it really helps to have friends sharing the journey. Along that same line, what are some of your favorite resources? My author friends are my greatest resources. I have a couple who are the most wonderful sources of information. They were in my shoes not too long ago so they understand that, as a newbie, I have lots of questions and they are more than willing to answer them.

9.     What lifts your spirits when you’re discouraged? My husband and my canine kids. When I’m feeling low, my husband always has some sort of encouragement to offer. If he’s busy or not around, a wet, slobbery kiss from one of my canine kids makes my heart soar.

10.                        They do help keep things in perspective, don’t they? Nothing’s more important than love and a good rub. LOL What tips can you offer towards building and maintaining a strong support system as a writer? You have to be willing to step outside your comfort zone. If you are offered support, give it back. You can’t simply take the support you get and not return the favor. Immerse yourself in the writing world. Friend authors in your various circles. Join groups where authors are offering tips, help, and support to fellow authors. Don’t allow authors to tear you down.

I want to thank Dariel for allowing me to spend the day with her readers. I hope you had as much fun visiting as I have. You can find me on the internet at the following places:

You can also buy e-copies of Keeper of the Golden Dragon’s Heart here:

Sunday, September 9, 2012

"Dark Sentinels" with Book Two Cover Reveal Featured By Vallory Vance!

My SheWrites friend and author, Vallory Vance, is featuring "Dark Sentinels" at her site on this beautiful Sunday! Also, I sent her the cover reveal for "Dark Sentinels Book Two: Torin!" Another fantastic job by graphic artist, Elise Trissel. I think it's smokin'! Finally, if you haven't seen the "Dark Sentinels" trailer yet, take a look. You'll find a link to it at her site, too. Come see for yourself.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Interview With "Tweet the Book's" Jeff Bennington!

Please join me in welcoming Jeff Bennington to Musings of an Independent Artist! Jeff is a fantastic twitter friend, and an author of what I like to call "fright fiction!" (mwahahaaa!) I'm really excited to have him here with me today. Let's get right into his interview. He's sharing a bit about himself and his books, and I'm sure he'll appreciate your comments :-)

1.     What are 3 things you’d like readers to know about you? Oh this is easy. I’m a dad, a husband, and a regular guy… so regular in fact that I don’t mind confessing that I’ve been on a chase for my identity for most of my adult life – at least in terms of my career. So although I now know that writing is what I love to do, I put so much more value on my marriage and kids that all else takes a back seat to them… including my writing. I’ve been married to Amber for over 20 years now, and we have 4 amazing and talented children (16, 14, 12, and 10). Other than that, I’ve been playing drums for over 30 years, I love to create glass mosaics, and we have a crazy little chocolate lab named Jaxson.

2.     Sounds like a recipe for a great life, Jeff! I have a dobie/coon hound mix named Jackson JTell us about your books. What can we look forward from you in the near future? WIP’s, upcoming releases? Well, I don’t really want to pigeonhole myself, but so far I’ve really enjoyed writing supernatural thrillers. I’ve published Reunion, Twisted Vengeance, and Creepy. What’s coming up in 2012 is Creepy 2, Twisted 2, and two other books that I am publishing for two other writers with Nexgate Press – The Secret Tree, and a non-fiction title (unnamed as of yet). Creepy 2 (which is bigger than Creepy) will be released in just a few weeks. And things will have to go really well if Twisted 2 is published before the end of 2012 but it’s possible. Long term, I have 2 more non-fiction titles that I am working on, Alien: Was Jesus an Alien, and Spiritually Self Medicating. These two titles are books I want to write before I die. If I don’t, I’ll feel like I didn’t accomplish what I am here for, and as a result will likely haunt this world forevermore if that doesn’t happen.

3.     What would you say your stories have in common? Principles, beliefs, situations, etc. What do you want readers to take from your creations? I strive to weave in spiritual themes, and deep-rooted struggles that we all have; like spiritual implications of choices we all make, along with social injustices. I do this because there is no better place to include questions of life and death and pain and hurt than in books dealing with the supernatural.  But in general, I simply like supernatural and psychological thrillers. They’re fun and scary and keep me on pins and needles. That’s what I write – pins and needles

4.     Writing is a process, a journey. What other processes or experiences move you? Music. Music is always playing in our house. If it’s not Pandora, its dubstep, or The Eagles, or one of the kids playing piano, or my two oldest boy’s band. Nothing can bring me to tears like a song. That’s pretty sappy, I know, but true. I listen to mood music when writing and it really helps me. I’ll listen to anything from a thunderstorm, to the sounds of New York City, to AC/DC, to Zac Brown, to Dave Matthews… whatever it takes. If you read enough of my work, you’ll see that music is a big part of who I am. I recently sold a short story to The Horror Zine called Suka: The White Wolf (coming 2013). In that story, I refer to several songs from 1982, the very best year for top-40 music in my opinion.

5.     We definitely have the music in common, too! I play lots of instruments, and love listening to music to enhance creative energy. Marketing/publicity/social media are big parts of any author’s life. Any tips, resources, or favorite tools? I use all of them (facebook, twitter, pinterest, triberr, G+). Facebook is great for contests and personal contact. Twitter can be social too, but I’m not as social as I should be. I’m more interested in creating platforms for myself instead of leaning on other platforms. Having said that, the best marketing writer’s can do is to write the next book, and that’s what I’m doing. Writing impacts my sales far more than all my social media combined, which is a good thing because I suck at social media.

6.     What do you look for in a good book? Intensity. If it doesn’t come out of the gate running, I’ll stop reading before I finish the first chapter. I need intrigue, fear, energy, and passion. Without those early on, I give up. Knowing that I am that way, drives me to keep my stories moving at a decent clip from page one – and it’s not always the pace that does that, it is also accomplished by leaving questions unanswered, foreshadowing, drawing out the protagonists issues (because they’ll need resolved) and creating atmosphere. Readers need to know where the story is going but you can’t give it all away, so if you drop enough questions within the first few pages, they’ll have no choice but to read until they get the answers.

7.     Yes, yes, and yes! Same way. I’m ADD, so ya have to grab me pretty quickly and hold tight. What are some things you know now about writing and being an author that you wish someone had told you at the very beginning? That I sucked – but that’s not a wish, that’s what happened. The first book can be painful. But my first book (2 book series actually) has since been unpublished because it wasn’t my best work. I took my early criticisms to heart and worked very hard over the years that followed to improve and truly embrace the craft. I read dozens of books by the very best and started reading more, studying rather than pleasure reading. Donald Maass has great advice, and so does James Scott Bell, and do many other writers and groups. I read one genre book and one “how to” between every new title as a means of continual improvement.

8.     I’m in the process of reclaiming publishing rights to my first “suckily written” novel (had the nerve to write a full-length novel, too) so I can rewrite it. Finally…an essay question. LOL. I’ve been on a characterization kick. Nothing is more interesting to me than comparing real people to my characters. Look at these two posts and either describe yourself according to the “character development framework,”  or choose the hero that sounds most like you (feel free to make up your own – the list is far from conclusive).  Ha! That’s interesting. I’m a Pisces, and I’m definitely a seeker and so are my characters. In fact, where you emphasize the fact that people and your characters need and search for love, you could say that my characters are seekers. All though I tend to shy away from romantic themes, I am all about creating characters that are seeking, not only love but themselves, which in some ways can be an equally powerful draw to the human psyche.

     A sexy piscean seeker? Wow! I love horror, but I knew you'd fit right in on my romance site, too :-D

Purchase links and other places to find Jeff around the web:

Jeff Bennington


Wednesday, September 5, 2012

"The Road to Hell" Featuring Author Christopher C. Starr!

Hi everyone! Meet Christopher C. Starr. I saw an interview with Christopher on an author friend's site, and now he and I are twitter friends. His new release is fascinating! Anyway, take a look. I'm sure you'll feel the same way :-) Welcome, Christopher!

The Road to Hell: The Book of Lucifer
A novel by Christopher C. Starr

You already know my name and, yes, I am that Lucifer.  Fall from Heaven, Garden of Eden, ruler of Hell, Satan, the Devil, the Adversary, blah blah blah.  I am the one you condemned without, what do you call it? A fair trial.  Forget what you think you know:  I want to tell my side of the story.  The Road to Hell is all about how a pathetic group of short-sighted angels kicked me out of Heaven.

Humans are naturally curious and I suspect you’re asking ‘why now?’  Well, He has a book and it’s been pretty successful, so I figured what the hell?  Found a ghostwriter and gave it a go.  After all, the story is fantastic!  It has everything you clods of dirt crave:  a love story, a little sex, intrigue.  Murder.  War.  Lots of blood.  And a cast of characters you already know and love—Michael, Gabriel, Raphael—along with a host of others.  Even has a special guest appearance by the Father and that damned boy.

So, let’s get down to business or brass tacks or whatever colloquialism works for you.  I have plenty to say and plenty of time:  The Road to Hell is just the first in a series of novels about my experience with Him, with my brothers and sisters, with you.  If you’re interested in getting to know me better, reach out to my designated pile of dust; if not, well, I’ll see you soon.

ABOUT The Author

Christopher C. Starr is the author of The Road to Hell: The Book of Lucifer, the first novel in the Heaven Falls series. These stories examine the God’s relationship with Heaven and Earth, told through the eyes of the angels. The next book in the series, Come Hell or Highwater, is scheduled for late 2012/early 2013.

Chris makes it a point to look at the dark side of his characters, both heroes and villains, and his work explores the “grey”—that place where good and evil come together in all of us.

When he’s not being chased out of churches, Chris enjoys comic books and movies, staying away from cemeteries, and poorly participating in P90X. He lives in Seattle with his wife, two kids (The Boy and the Honey Badger), and his husky, Rocky the Wonder Dog. You can check out his blog at christophercstarr.net or join the conversation at facebook.com/HeavenFallsSeries.


Lucifer heard me: as soon as my feet touched the glass surface of his platform, he laughed aloud and doused all the light in Heaven.
“I know why you’re here, Raphael,” Lucifer said in the darkness. “You’re afraid.”
I was afraid but I wasn’t willing to admit it. Instead I said, “Why should I be afraid? The Father is with me.”
“You sure about that?” And I could see Lucifer’s teeth glinting in the light wafting from my body. He was smiling. “You think he’ll still back you up now that you’re failing him?”
His face was the color of fire, deep and red, and a haze made him seem like a mirage. Even in the darkness, in the heat of his rage, Lucifer was still beautiful. His thin face, the angular cheekbones, his wide, open eyes, his halo of shimmering hair—all presented a portrait of absolute perfection. Even in this dark hour, I envied the crude formation of my own round face, my pudgy nose, the softness of my jawline. 
I tried to sound as sure of myself, as certain as he was but my voice cracked, “I’m not failing—”
He pounced on me, laid long, thin fingers on my shoulders, pushed that gleaming grin into my face. “Sure you are! Why else would you be here, Peace Keeper? Angels are dead, Raphael. It’s slipping through your fingers. Sounds like failure to me.”
“This is your doing!” I pressed him back.
“Raphael, you insult me; finger pointing seems so…beneath you. Besides, I’m bound, remember?” He fondled the chains streaming from his wrists and ankles, smiled at me again. “You chained me up so I couldn’t cause any problems for the others. Weren’t those your words?”
He was right. And I hated him for it. “Yes,” was all I said.
“So you failed them or you failed him. Either way, you’re a failure, kiddo.”
“I want to talk about what we do next.”
He was walking around me now. I could hear the chains scraping the surface of the glass.
“And I want to talk about your fears,” he said and his voice sounded like velvet in my ears.
            “This doesn’t help us, Lucifer. It doesn’t help us end this nonsense. ”
“Maybe I don’t want to end it. Maybe this is exactly what we need.”  He got louder, bolder. Closer. “Does that scare you, Raphael, that you won’t be able to keep it together? Is that why you tremble in the darkness? Because when it’s just you and the Father and all the light and noise is gone, you know you’re going to have to tell him you failed?”
He had me. I understood in that moment how Lucifer could enflame the deepest of emotions. His words touched the very root of me; spoke directly to the futility flexing in my palms. It was out of my hands—I knew that much. Lucifer knew it too. By virtue of the fact that I was there, standing before him while he taunted me, it was out of my hands.
I tried to turn it back on him, “What about your fears? What about what you’re afraid of?”
“I’m scared,” he whispered, “that the Father won’t want me back once I’m finished.” The smile was gone.

The Road to Hell is available at:

Barnes & Noble: (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-road-to-hell-christopher-c-starr/1105811341?ean=2940013240544&itm=3&usri=the+road+to+hell)

Where to find the author:
Blog: http://www.christophercstarr.net
Amazon Author Page:http://www.amazon.com/author/christophercstarr
Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/HeavenFallsSeries
Twitter: : http://www.twitter.com/SuperStarr73

Monday, September 3, 2012

Congratulations, Nay Nay!

The winner of the individual "Romancing the Hop" prize for "Musings of an Independent Artist" is Nay Nay! Congratulations! You've won a free copy of "Dark Sentinels Book One: Sable" and a Bath and Body Works gift card! Hope you enjoy them both :-)