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.
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.
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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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If you are looking for a fun Halloween read, I've find some for you. I'll be posting them all week!
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I have to go to the post office anyway! Who'd like to win these? No Raffle Copter this time! Easy as pie, leave a comment about anything you like and I will pick 2 random winners Tuesday.
I have 2 sets of these, one reads IDEAS COME FROM EVERYWHERE -Alfred Hitchcock the other has a gold light bulb. The are awesome lined notebooks for you to fill with all the ideas they'll give you! Open internationally.
Are you an author? If not, you might want to ignore this, and look for the awesome giveaway post later!
I am starting this new thing, where I want to help promote books from friends. Friend, being a loose term of course. It used to be a lot easier to pick promo tweets out of the blue on Twitter--but even with lists I struggle and miss things. THUS MY PLAN. It's actually a multi-step plan where I roll out different parts of it over the next few months. The first step is this:
Most people have gotten their prizes in the last giveaway already! So, I figured we'd have another fun one just because! As you guys know, I write all my first drafts by hand. I can often be found talking about pens and posting pen shots online. I have my favorites, my methods, and my obsessions with pens BUT did you know I also use pencils? Usually the old fashioned wooden kind. Why? Because changing up what I write with helps me be able to write longer by hand with out cramps and having to sto
The giveaway has ended, and all the winners have been sent emails. If your name matches a name on my list and you did not get an email, check your spam folder. Some of the names are common or abbreviated, all winners will have an email with instructions. If I don't hear back in a couple of days I will re-send and then start a witch hunt!
If there is a check mark by the name it means I have already gotten your info. This list was last updated at roughly 12:00 AM Central time, so if you emai
Book Boyfriend Month continues on the blog! This time with dear Leonardo (Leo) from Pigments of My Imagination. Leo is an artist, with every fiber of his being. He thinks in shades of colors most people don't know exist, and he loves Lucia more than he loves his own life in every single existence, but this time something has gone seriously wrong.
And the wrongness was only the beginning
Leo is essentially a very good boyfriend, husband, partner in eternal existence; but
People always want to know, what order to read Skeleton Lake and the prequel The Skeleton Song--hardcore fans of the series do not agree. I used to prefer them read in the order they were written, but I am no longer even sure of that.
But the best answer? The best answer is, they are best TOGETHER! Get both books and bonus content in sweet little eBox for the scary (in a good way) price of $1.88
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Skeleton Lake is on sale for .99, and Book Boyfriend month continues with the boys from The Hollows Series. Skeleton Lake is a dark YA paranormal romance. Yes, they are Skeletons. No, that's not gross. I assure you, it's probably not like you're thinking. There are many boys and men in Skeleton Lake--they're all husbands, boyfriends, or love interests; but I'm only going to talk about the three main boys today.
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I still sleep with the light on. NO, it's not a metaphor.
It's not the dark that scares me. The blackness on the underside of my eyelids is worse than a moonless Halloween night an infinitely longer. What I'm afraid of is something much, much, worse. Because what I'm afraid of, is myself--what I might think up in the emptiness of a night with out the sun, or stars, or light bulbs.
Spoiler Alert! I'm not exactly normal. Normal people don't write books about skeletons. Beautiful