The First Piece Of The Puzzle

A New Release The first novella in our new supplemental series, Archangels Creed Puzzle Pieces, is now available! AC Puzzle Pieces are designed to give clues about the Enemy’s Plot and the Archangels’ Plan to even the odds for mankind’s salvation. For the first Piece of the Puzzle… We decided to take you back to where it all began! Nearly twelve years before the beginning of the Archangels Creed Mission, in a small private laboratory somewhere in the United States, a genetic engineer finds success with the birth of an animal unlike any other. In his never-ending search for opportunities to exploit, Satan’s top Lieutenant, Socerith, learns of the animal and before long, finds a way to turn the entire operation to Satan’s benefit. Socerith’s plot unleashes an abomination on mankind in a horror unlike anything that’s gone before. Join Annie, Jason, Tina and Cutter as they become pawns in … Continue reading

A LATE Update and NEW Covers Revealed!!!

I’m REALLY late at getting the links and info up for “Summon Dorn”, but I’m finally getting around to it. I also have news about “Summon Kassern” and new covers for both. You can feed your Archangel Craving with Summon Dorn, currently available only in Kindle Format. Good news, though, in late June it will become available in all the other electronic formats. If you’re not all that fond of Kindle, I have REALLY good news! “Summon Kassern” is now available at: Smashwords, Barnes & Noble Kobo Diesel ebooks And to top it all off, “Summon Kassern” and “Summon Dorn” have brand-spanking NEW covers! Check it out!               Azure and I are busy writing Toren’s story. The Mercury Archangel has a few things to teach us! Make sure you stop by for new info, content, features, IMAGES and CONTESTS! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this … Continue reading

Not The White Rabbit, But “I’m Late! I’m Late!”

I intended to reveal the cover that won the vote, and announce the expected release date for Tight Spaces on Saturday. As you know by now, that didn’t happen. Unfortunately, Hubby made plans without telling me, and dragged me along last minute. I took my laptop, but without internet access, didn’t accomplish a great deal. Hell, I even missed posting my Six Sentence Sunday! So, here I go, playing catch up! The cover vote was incredibly close! With 80 votes, Red squeaked by to win with 42 votes to Blue’s 38. Expected Release Date for Tight Spaces: Double Dare Club #1 – Saturday, September 15, 2012! ~~~~~~ The limited time over the weekend that I did have internet access, I used to arrange the Tight Spaces Kick Off Blog Tour to run September 17 thru October 12, 2012. As soon as I have the finalized itinerary, I’ll announce it here. The … Continue reading

TIGHT SPACES Needs YOU! Vote on the cover!

9/5 ETA: Hi everyone! Thanks sooo much for taking the time to vote. I really appreciate the help! Right now, Red and Blue are running neck and neck, with 34 and 32 votes respectively. Share and send others over to vote for your favorite! Thanks, Kenra   Over the past few weeks, I’ve shared little snippets from TIGHT SPACES in my Six Sentence Sunday posts, and kept you updated on my progress with it. Now, it’s very close to release, and I need a little help. My cover artist, Timothy White, (Stay tuned for more information on him as he launches his cover design service.) did a wonderful job of taking my ideas and transforming them into a cover image. The only problem is, he offered TWO options of the same image. I absolutely love them both, and every time I think I’ve finally settled on which one to use, … Continue reading

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    I'm a Romance Author - mainly Paranormal, but nearly all with fairly graphic intimate scenes. Those scenes serve to further the development of my plots and characters and are not included haphazardly to sell books or arouse readers.

    I probably COULD tell the stories without the graphic parts, but I CHOOSE not to. I want to show the full scope of the developing relationship, and leaving out some of the most powerful and meaningful moments will deprive the reader of a measure of understanding and emotional reaction to the characters and their stories.

    Since I write books intended for adult readers, I often have material on my website that is entirely unsuitable for younger readers. If you're under 18, or if you're easily offended by open discussion of sexual situations with frank language, you might want to look the other direction.