Angela Kulig is an American gypsy, and former pirate. She has been from sea to shining sea--and though she is currently trapped in the desert against her will, she escapes everyday in the form of many books.
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This is only a slight exaggeration as one of my earlier memories is where I am laying in bed, unable to sleep. My mother's solution for this was to put me to bed while it was still daylight outside. This made it worse, much, much worse.
Extra italics worse.
Instead of me getting more sleep, I just got good at hiding the fact that I am an insomniac; and I got used to functioning without sleep. It's kind
If you have followed me for any amount of time, you probably already know this but.... I don't do well in silence. Music for me is mandatory while writing. The sound of nothing, is the worst sound there is. The sound of nothing makes every little tick and every little breath grow to the size of the moon, and my head is a terrible place to be in the space of it.
Needless to say, I spend a fair amount of time stringing songs together in the name of my books. The question is, do you wa
OK... so here's the deal. There is a lot I don't talk about here. My cool girl, stiletto wearing, wanna be rock star author awesomeness probably leads people to draw some conclusions about me--like that I am a total badass (true), as well as modest and retiring, (also true), but they might not see the you know, normal stuff.
And maybe I do that on purpose. But sometimes, that means big events can sometimes seem like they come out of the wild blue yonder...and well this is goin
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On the 10th June 1780 Clara Jameson's mutilated body is carried home by her father. Her body found at Drayton Pond, the attack described as frenzied; sixteen stab wounds inflicted on her body. No one knows wh
Welcome to day three of the 2015 Halloween Reads Event!I really like the number three, odd numbers in general... go figure. Don't forget to check out the sponsors and enter to win the AWESOME prizes provided by them at the bottom of the post--all after getting your B00000k on!
Because terrible things make great stories.
Louis Kearny is burying something sinister in the middle of a desolate forest on a cold January morning. He killed his wife, Christina, and he intends t
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Skeleton Lake is on SALE for .99, but only through Halloween! I dare you to find something better for Halloween than Skeletons.
Unsure if she's drowning or being saved, all Marlow wants
It's here, it's here! The most wonderful time of year. Join us all week as we help you discover some really AWESOME Halloween Reads!
Oh and win some really AWESOME prizes in the process!
Into Zombies? OF COURSE, YOU'RE into Zombies!
After a night spent at a run-down cabin in the woods, estranged friends Zoe and Boggs wake to find that the dead have risen. They flee, hoping to find safety, but instead find themselves surrounded by their worst nightmares. Joi
Tomorrow starts the most wonderful time of year, 2015 Halloween Reads Season! But I couldn't help but stopping in today, and talking about how seriously screwed up in the head I am. I mean, seriously, there is no other explanation.
I have really wicked insomnia. I am pretty sure it settled into my bones early, at the ripe old age of nine or ten. Sometimes I just can't sleep. I'll be tired. I might even stagger like I'm drunk, if dare put down the book I'm reading and climb out
It's October, that can only mean one thing...and it's not pumpkin shaped peanut butter cups or lattes.
There is so much to look forward to this October:A Giveaway 3 Giveaways... well counting this one it's 4!A book launchA cover revealHalloween Reads 2015An awesome SALEAn easy way to score one of my books for freeAND MORE~But what are you looking forward to? Ghost? Costumes? Candy? Well you'll want all three this month if you want to win!
Leave what Hallowee
At the begining of the year, I stumbled into a job in social media. I LOVE social media, and I am good at it which is how I got the job. Things were lollipops and roses for the the first few months, and then road blocks started getting in my way. Four foot tall speed-bumps like the fact they no longer wanted to use my skills, and instead wanted to turn me into a spambot. Which hurt my soul. So when they started on again about something I thought we had settled months before, it went about like
When I first read this article about the 50 Shades Sequel, Grey, being stolen one week before launch I thought, "Yeah... right." With an eyeroll and everything. Why pay for that kind of publicity when you can get it for nothing? Scandal, is worth it's weight in gold, and since scandal can crush you on social media, it must weigh an awful lot.
Still, the more I thought about this (just to get a laugh because I used to do marketing) the more it began to bother me. For those
I'm late, I'm late, for a very important date! If you follow me on Facebook you might have seen me mention I'm into being fashionably late to the party; but what I am really not into being reminded I am doing Cover Wars for May in the third week of the month. All the other authors have been having their peeps vote for them all month, but we've got a few days to stage a come back! Vote for the awesome new Skeleton Lake cover everyday. You can vote for up to 10 books at a time.
I'm going to write you a horror story, it's called Monday.
So I've been meaning to blog more, except, I always want to do it at four in the morning. Closer to sunrise than bedtime. It's an awkward hour for me. I can read, I can write, but I can't promise I'll remember to spell my own name or use basic punctuation.
Seriously, I also make bad jokes after midnight.
Which maybe explains, this; List of the Shortest Horror Stories E
Pigments of My Imagination, which until last week when Skeleton Lake passed it (again), was my best selling novel, is about to become Amazon exclusive. Not forever, just for three months starting next week. So if you want to get it on Kobo, or Nook, you better get it before the end of Sunday 3/8!'
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Pigments of My Imagination has a 4.2 Star Rating on Amazon. Check out some of the reviews.
I am sure you are wondering why I am pointing it out. It's because I am always talking about Monday. Monday is this, Monday is that, oh, no, it's pre-Monday.
On Twitter, I am infamous for my personal beef with the start of the work-week. Now I am trying to change that. Monday is a product of my imagination. It's never as bad as I make it out to be, It's not bigger or more terrible than any other day, it doesn't have longer teeth, or spikes, or bad breath.
Spoiler Alert! Writers aren't well. How could they be? Everything they live for revolves around making up things in their head. People, places, whole worlds that don't really exist and made to seem real when it's quite obvious they aren't. Writers even invent relationships with fictional people.
Which is usually enough to get you committed. These themes appear in a couple of my books that are coming out this year, but I don't want to talk about fiction. I want to talk about me.
Congrats to the Winners of the Stocking Your E-Reader Sale! I am about to send e-mails to all of you, but if you think any of these awesome things belong to you according to the names and e-mail addresses and have not gotten an e-mail please let me know, using the contact me section!
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The second annual STOCKING YOUR E-READER SALE has ended. Please check out our sponsors, and come back again at the end of the year! I'll be back momentarily to list the prize winners, and will contacting them by e-mail shortly!
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I know you Skeleton fans have been waiting, and the day is finally here! Dust of the Dead Sea, the second book in the Hollows series (third, if you count the prequel to Skeleton Lake, The Skeleton Song) is out now!
Next week we're going to talk about the history if this series, but for now...
Here is the blurbish:
There are many things between Heaven and Hell, and Marlow the Skeleton is just one of them. Taking the fight to the Hollows who tried to take her
It's 9PM the night before Halloween. Do you know what you're reading yet?
Welcome to the last minute! Don't worry, we've picked out some awesome Halloween reads for your procrastinating butt.
Plus, these books you can get FREE FOR HALLOWEEN!
Read all about the Skeletons & are in the market for something else? I recommend ZOMBIES! Grace Lost is also FREE for Halloween!
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