Archive | April 2017

Flash Tales Release Day!

Oh I just read this book and it was a truly beautiful read my favourite has to be ‘Morning & the Moon’ a fable, lovely little tale but I love the ones based around the music too. Review to follow 🙂

Chess Desalls

This collection is special to me because I feel like I could tell a personal story about each piece. I wrote the fable,”Morning and the Moon,” as a gift to a family member, and “What a Clown Reads” was my first creative work that won an award. I’ve read from the manuscripts of each story at open mics, and now I’m sharing them with you.

Discover the magic of music, sail with a feisty pirate, and view the stars and moon in a whole new light. Stories range from middle grade adventures to tales that can be enjoyed by teen readers.

Download forKindle, Kobo, iBooks, and more.

As with all my releases, I’d love to know what you think. Please consider helping me get the word out by leaving a review.

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Free Book Alert: Rising Tide by Claudette Melanson

#BooksWeLove Rising Tide now #Perma #FREE

Sherri A Wingler

Good afternoon, all! I’m so excited to share this. “Rising Tide,” by Claudette Melanson and one of my favorite books ever just went perma-free!!! If you’re interested, the review I left when I read it for the first time is below the links. Do yourself a favor and go pick up a copy.

Rising Tide is PERMA FREE on Amazon, iBooks, Kobo, B&N & Smashwords!

Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal Winner

Clean YA Paranormal Mystery/Romance ☠

166 Reviews & 4.6 Overall

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My Review posted in 2015:

I just absolutely loved this book! I’m especially happy I found it after the 2nd book, Undertow came out. That way I don’t have to wait to see what happens after the…

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Fear new blog by Maria Gibbs

Fear is something each and every one of us has experienced at some point in our lives whether it be a rational fear which is an appropriate response to a real situation or a perceived threat or an irrational fear or phobia. What triggers fear? Rational fear can be a natural response to a […]

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Child’s Play #writephoto

Check out this wonderful little short story from the photo prompt

Observations of The Urban Spaceman

“But I’m tired of the doll house. I want to play on the rocking horse.”

Alexander’s complaint reached Maria as she crossed the midpoint of the stairs. The creak of the ancient wooden staircase beneath her feet drowned out his next words, and it wasn’t until she approached his bedroom door that she heard him speak again.

“Oh, fine. But only if it’s a story with monsters in it. Monsters that eat little girls.”

Maria knocked softly on the door, and was rewarded with Alexander’s call of, “Come in!”

When she popped her head around the jamb, she found her adopted son by the doll house, a lip-heavy pout betraying his displeasure. He’d breezed through his terrible twos with barely a cry, but since turning six, he’d become distant and distracted. Maria and Thomas told each other it was just a phase, that he’d soon grow out of it. Luckily, she knew…

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Romance Between the Pages Podcast featuring Susan Stoker

Ever wondered about the personalities behind your favorite books? Victoria Danann’s new podcast with Riley J. Ford has an incredible lineup of authors booked through the spring. No question is out of bounds. Check it out!



New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author, Susan Stoker has a heart as big as the state of Texas where she lives, but this all American girl has also spent the last fourteen years living in Missouri, California, Colorado, and Indiana. She’s married to a retired Army man who now gets to follow her around the country.

She debuted her first series in 2014 and quickly followed that up with the SEAL of Protection Series, which solidified her love of writing and creating stories readers can get lost in.

Listen on Itunes (Subscribe so you never miss an episode! It’s FREE!)

11 Book Banter with Dawn Singh

#IndieBookBanter #IndieArmy Interview 11 with Dawn Singh #DeadIsTheNewSexy

Indie Book Banter

Introducing Dawn Singh

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  1.  #IndieBookBanter today welcomes a very special guest our Creative Director the brains behind the UK Indie Lit Fest Dawn Singh. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and the best place for us to find out more.

My name is Dawn Singh and I write as D M Singh. I hail from Bradford in West Yorkshire. I currently have 3 books out, all in the paranormal/fantasy genre. I’m a complete bibliophile and all round geek.

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Click the logo to visit Dawn’s wix webpage

2. Briefly tell us about your work in progress, what are you planning next? 

I am currently working on a spin-off for ‘Dead Normal’ called ‘Before Death’. This is the story of Death, before he became Death. It’s been fun to write as it is set back in time and this is the first of my novels which is set in a different…

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Ten Questions with… Maria Gibbs

#IndieBookBanter sharing ‘Ten Questions with … Maria Gibbs’ by DM Miller Author

D.M. Miller

Maria Gibbs is the author of the newly released novel, A Boy from the Streets, about twins living separate lives, one of privilege and the other in poverty. Though this book is her first full-length novel, the British writer has three thought-provoking novelettes, all of which I’ve read and highly recommend: A Lifetime or a Season (A Woman’s Journey to Self-Awareness), As Dreams Are Made on, and The Storm Creature.

18111228_1656637754643299_36653407_oIntrigued by her writing, I wanted to find out more about the author and her work.

Hi Maria. Thank you for sitting down to answer a few questions. First off, I’d just like to say that I find your writing so creative and unique, and your descriptive language really pulls me in as a reader. Do you have a background in writing, or how did you get started?

Hello Dana, thank you for asking me to…

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