October 31, 2009

NaNoWriMo: The First Five Hundred

Happy Halloween! NaNoWriMo begins tomorrow and as a special teaser, enjoy the first five hundred words of my Nano project: The Forgotten. The Forgotten is the sequel to Remembering Ashby and was teased in the free short Forget to Remember. Be sure to check those out and stay tuned to the Daily Dose and Twitter for more Nano updates! The Forgotten She turned her head away from the sounds of death. Her sisters cried out to her with long, horrid sounds of pain and anguish. Xandie closed her mind to it, hardening her heart and putting one foot in front […]
September 26, 2009

Supernatural Saturday: Prime Evil Teaser

Prime Evil, an urban fantasy, is Heather Long’s second novel due out from Sapphire Blue Publishing this Fall. Chance Monroe made her first appearance in the free short story It Happens available from All Romance eBooks. Enjoy this sneak peak at a future Chance adventure. We pulled into Doc Martin’s place a little past six in the evening. The sun was still high in the western sky, but it would be dark within a couple of hours. That was more than enough time for me to get ready. I saw Doc coming down from the house as soon as we […]
August 26, 2009

Wednesday’s Work in Progress: Hel’s Belle

I’m officially past the halfway mark in Hel’s Belle and what started out as an exciting story to me is just getting better and better. I literally find myself working on it all the time, the story is churning out faster than I can type. No complaints here at all! Because I’m so obsessed with the writing, it distracted me a little from the blog – so I thought I would share with you my own work in progress today. One of the best things about writing is getting into the heads of your characters and holding on for a […]
July 26, 2009

Sunday Snips and Clips: Prime Evil Teaser

This week for Sunday’s Snip and Clips, we’re talking teasers. Enjoy these opening paragraphs from Prime Evil, an urban fantasy coming from Sapphire Blue Publishing this fall: The earth crumbled and fell down on her face. She closed her mouth to avoid swallowing any. Eyes closing, her hands scrambled against the sides. More earth fell in on top of her, blotting out the sun. Dirt rapidly filled the hole. Someone shouted nearby. She started to open her mouth to call out when the earth pressed in on all sides. If she opened her mouth, it would fill with dirt. She […]