Monthly Archives: October 2013
Enjoy my misery and the man candy…
- Update word meter
- Work on Survive: Überleben Book One
Start Freeing Pain’s novella
- Write 1k on B&W’s fourth
- Work on Tyke
Read over This Isn’t Love
- Edit at least two chapters of Barrack & Willow’s second book
- Chapter One
- Chapter Two
Go over first round of Other Half Edits
- Don’t go insane
- Dying Wish release from Rooster and Pig Publishing
- Multifarious things
Life is Priceless world things Read over Whiskey BurnStart Suicide Wrap Send to Beta reader
I don’t remember where, when or whyBlizzard Lions popped up in my head but it did. Originally this series was to take place in Russia (duh, all the snow) but then I saw a documentary on Yellowstone and I said HELLO. Started a little research, did a little investigation and decided Yellowstone was a better fit for my lions than Russia.
Blizzard Lions are reclusive and don’t like outsiders at all. They only mate within their kind and live secretly within Yellowstone. A portion of the park unexplored is their safe heaven and they protect it somthin’ fierce. Humans are a GIANT no no.
Things go bat-nuts crazy when a lion takes a human for a mate. Basically rescuing the human from the dangers of nature (another big no no) and brings the human home. Or is he human? Hmmmm?
Contains “The Four of Us” by Lor Rose from Storm Moon Press.
A shifter leads two lives: one as a human, and one as an animal. Sometimes these lives are intertwined, and sometimes they are not, but always the shifter has to find a way to reconcile one with the other. Dark Menagerie follows characters as they explore the darker side of what it means to have one foot in the animal world and one foot in the human world. Some struggle to keep the animal starkly separate from their lives as a human being, but for others, their shifting leads them to a darker corner of the mind where human and animal are nearly indistinguishable.
First, in Dominant, Kade has left everything he valued in his life behind; his family, his fiancée, his entire future. He tries to make peace with what he has become by running away to a small town, but fails. Then, a monster in a suit walks into his life, a monster just like him. Then, the four in The Four of Us devised a game: pick two humans, lure them in, and hunt them down. The game, the shared thrill of the hunt, was what brought them together, but also what threatens to tear them apart.
Justin, of Horsefeathers, had one job—to get a new Mustang for his boss’ ranch. But at the holding pens, he can’t look away from a stunning stallion. He isn’t at all what the boss wants, but Justin can’t say no. He soon learns that he’s brought back much more than simply a beautiful horse, and that there are some legends that he wished weren’t based in truth. Finally, Breathe concerns a young dolphin shapeshifter who has to deal with his own hateful feelings about himself, a deadly dull partner, and the presence of a new shifter in town. And a hurricane bearing down on their home in Key West, of course.
Contains stories from: Katya Harris, Lor Rose, Caitlin Ricci and Arielle Pierce