Models: Julie Mick-Schalm, Chelsea Kristine and Reagan Hollow
Cover Design: T.E. Black Designs
Ask yourself, what makes a villain? Is it a skewed moral code or lack thereof completely? Is it the motivation of darkness burning within their soul or is it how they choose to embrace it? To get what their black hearts desire, they may have to give in to temptation and consume the light coming their way.
Follow your favorite villains as they finally get a chance to unveil their side of the story. You may find the heroines painted a bit more vexing than you recall. As you take this journey, allow your mind to remain open and your thoughts might just surprise you.
You may find, you’re a villain, too.
We won’t judge you, if you don’t judge us.
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#OnTour The Parlour All Access Anthology to benefit Truckers Against Trafficking
Releasing: February 28, 2018
Authors: Cheri Marie, Carissa Laryea, Kelsey Jensen, Ava Danielle, Jillian Elizabeth, Jaime Russell, Angie Brocker, Barb Shuler, Robin Laine, Alexis R. Craig, Chasity Gaines, Jezebelle James, Lindsey Taylor
Behind the ‘Members Only’ door of The Parlour you’ve been granted an all access pass to the ultimate pleasures of ecstasy.
Ready. Set. Play.
Your partner will be ready to play by your rules, indulge you in your wildest dreams and get lost in the ultimate balance of lust and control. Nothing is out of bounds as everyone is here for the same thing – to forget their troubles and get lost in the pleasures of the flesh.
This book is NOT available on KU
ALL ebook sales will go to Truckers Against Trafficking
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Tour Sponsored by: Paging Through The Days Promotions
Writer’s Digest has offered up 12 simple writing plans. I’m not sure about the simple yet, but here goes for day 1…
- Thoughts of An Addict
- Growing Up In Parrott
- A New 12 Steps
- Looking Up From Rock Bottom
- Screaming Silently
- The Bully In Us All
- Time in a Bottle of Jim Beam
- Small Towns and the Gossip Effect
- The Lies We Whisper
- Pretty Little Love Song
Well, there is my list. Seemed a simple task but actually thinking up potential titles for a book I’d like to write proved to be harder than I thought. They are all original as far as I know, and hope. Does any sound like a book you’d pick up to consider reading? Please feel free to share in the comments.
This is a prompt from Writer’s Write.
The one book I have read several times and wish I would have written is “Paint It Black” by Janet Fitch. The characters are brilliantly written and in one’s case, even though dead, his personality and his life dominate the book. In fact, as the reader gets familiar with the characters, it’s plain to see that his death is the reason for their connection, the reason they love, the reason they hate, and his lingering presence afterlife is what makes this book amazing.
It’s the kind of book with the type of characters a reader can love, hate, and feel pity for. A reader can decide that the dead is selfish or that while alive, too much was expected of him.
The twist and turns along with beautiful sentences is what leaves me astounded. I had already decided Fitch was one of my favorite writers. This book only goes on to show why.