Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Cover Reveal - Pressure Point by Olivia Luck


Pressure Point by Olivia Luck
Genre: New Adult 
Release Date: January 2015
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I know what you’re thinking. It’s unconventional to want a man nine years older than you. It’s inconvenient to crush on your dearest friend’s older brother. It’s silly to pine after a man for six years. It’s cliché to lust after a celebrity. It’s pathetic to fall in love with a man who barely knows you exist.

I know what you’re thinking because I’ve thought it all, too. And yet that hasn’t stopped me from wanting Blake Campbell. Charming, gorgeous, brilliant, kind, selfless – Blake is everything I’ve ever wanted, but he doesn’t see me that way. In fact, he hardly noticed me until one night. 

Traumatic events brought us together for the first time, but then he tossed me aside. I know it’s irrational, but I wanted him up until the moment he left me lying there alone. 

When his eyes finally open and he finds out I've left, will it be too late?

Meet the Author:

Olivia Luck lives in the middle of America with her loving husband and her obsession with writing. She wrote her first romance novel at age eight. When she’s not reading, editing, or writing, you can find her in the kitchen learning to cook. Olivia loves to travel and spend time with her family.

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Sunday, November 9, 2014

Just catching up!

It's been an interesting couple of weeks, but I'm finally getting caught up on things. Well, not really, but I can delude myself for a short time, at least!

I haven't been able to get much writing down, but I am catching up on my reading and reviewing - remember, my book review blog can be found at Shaykitteh's World of Books.

Thank you to everyone who has purchased or read Ode to Autumn and who has read my short story "Feeding" - the book got its first review last week and it was a five star review... the reviewer liked my short story as well!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

I'm published!

Ode to Autumn - Season of Change is now available through Amazon! 

My first published short story is one of several Autumn/Halloween/Change-related stories and I'm excited to see it included in this great anthology. The other authors in this collection are both talented and wonderful, and it's great to find myself in their company.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Almost time for collection!


Ode to Autumn is going to be "published" soon, so I should have a link for you after it goes live.

So exciting!

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Anthology... Coming Soon!

Introducing An Ode to Autumn~ A Season of Change

An anthology of dark and deadly poems and short stories from over a dozen acclaimed, award-winning Indie authors (and me) ---COMING SOON!

I'm excited to be a part of this anthology and I think it's going to be a great collection!

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

A new turn in life...

As a child, I practically grew up with a book in my hand, every so often nudging my glasses up my nose as I spun a universe of possibilities around me. In my mind, and through the stories I read, I fought dragons, broke curses, and rescued the prince, and colonized planets by the dozen.

As I grew older, I collected books like a magpie collects sparkly bits of treasure. As I type this, stacks of paperbacks wobble as the cats dart among them, and my kindle has accumulated hundreds more. I never stopped reading... never stopped viewing a different world.

Recently, I've found that reading just isn't enough anymore. The tales whirling around my imagination fight to come out and be shared. My first short story, Feeding, emerged one day and I shared it with a group of Authors I had met through the Amazon forums... and the response was gratifying. Perhaps it was time for my world to open up to others and invite them in for the fun, the terrifying, and perhaps even a hope for a different future? When the opportunity opened to contribute to an Autumn-themed anthology, I submitted my story. Yes, it is short - more flash fiction than a short story. But it's an opening in the door to what lurks behind my eyes.