Rebecca Gordon never believed in “happily-ever-after” but she had no idea how far her marriage had crumbled until she walked in on her husband with another woman. Unable to save her marriage, she decides to focus on her career and win the horse show that would put her ranch on the map. Wanting to use the latest, chic music for her competition, she flies to L.A. where she is to meet with the managers of Luke Grayson, the hottest singers of the decade.
The physical attraction between the two is immediate but Rebecca struggles with her pending divorce and need to be successful in her career. As Rebecca begins to open her heart and believe in her future, her past won’t leave her alone and threatens to destroy everything she has worked for. Can she fight to put her past to rest and begin a new life or will this be her swan song?
Love’s Everlasting Song, by RaeAnn Hadley is available from Amazon.
Author Vickie Johnstone contacted Indies Unlimited to announce a new release that is aimed at helping children’s charities. Day of the Living Pizza is one of the stories included in The Gage Project – put together by Inknbeans Press for Gage Bailey (author Nickie Storey-Bailey’s son).
Vickie’s story is part of it. “I’ve put it free (waiting for Amazon to make it so) to help drive traffic to the anthology. I hope it works! Until it goes free, all profits to the kids’ charities,” she says.
You can find many enjoyable stories, jokes and poems for children in the main book: The Gage Project profits all go to charity. Happy reading!
Detective Smarts of Crazy Name Town has a problem. Doctor Boring and his receptionist have been bumped off, and the only clues at the scene are some olives, tomatoes, mushrooms and sprinkles of oregano. With the town folk dropping like flies and strange figures stumbling down the streets, Officer Dewdrop has an idea.
Written especially for Gage Bailey and contained in the Gage Project book to raise money for children’s charities. All profits go to charity. Thank you for helping.
This title is currently available FREE from Smashwords.
If you are used to getting your dose of JD Mader on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2 PM PDT, you’re probably going through withdrawal by now. He is either being held for ransom or is going fishing. It was hard to understand him when he had that handkerchief over the phone trying to disguise his voice.
However, I am almost certain that he said he would be returned safely if people bought enough Indies Unlimited gear. Or, maybe he said something about “The Biker.” Hard to tell. I’d play it safe if I were you.
Chris James is an English science fiction writer who was born in Hampton Hill near London in 1967. In 1998 he moved to Warsaw, Poland, where he lives with his wife and three children. He published his first novel in 2010, a futuristic court-room thriller called Class Action, and his second in 2011, called The Second Internet Café, Part 1: The Dimension Researcher, which takes the sub-genre of Alternative Realities to its logical conclusion. He is currently writing the second part of The Second Internet Café trilogy.
Chris says when he writes, he concentrates on replicating what he enjoys most as a reader: a fast pace in the story, emotional involvement with the characters, and action, as well as story continuity that works. “Many things can take me out of a story that I’m reading: bad writing, bad editing, plot points that don’t make sense, clunky and dull exposition. These are all the things I try very hard to avoid when I write.”
Originalty and an interesting premise are important to Chris in his work. “Class Action came from one thought: what would happen if there was a technology that could see into the brain and extract everything, which made it impossible for suspects to lie under oath? The Second Internet Café came from: wouldn’t it be cool if there was a place where scientists knew where every single alternative reality was, and sent special researchers to go and investigate them?” Continue reading “Meet the Author: Chris James”