Sneak Peek: WOO WOO – the posthumous love story of Miss Emily Carr

Today we have a sneak peek from author Veronica Knox’s paranormal novel, WOO WOO – the posthumous love story of Miss Emily Carr.

WOO WOO – the posthumous love story of Miss Emily Carr is a work of paranormal fiction. The road from spinsterhood to a ‘happy-ever-afterlife’ is fraught with restless memories, new lovers, and old heartbreaks when the ghost of eccentric artist, Emily Carr, makes contact with a visitor to her grave and appeals for help with her quest to rekindle the love of a slighted suitor, sixty-seven years after her death.

WOO WOO – the posthumous love story of Miss Emily Carr is available through and Amazon UK.

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Social Media and Search – Do They Go Together?

Things are evolving in the world of search. It used to be that if you picked a couple of key words and put the proper SEO terms in your post you would be set. Well, things are a-changin’.

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Flash Fiction Challenge: Till Dark

This is where it had been happening. Back in the summer, when Gary Kessler disappeared, everyone had thought he had drowned. When they found his body, they knew differently.

Then there was the little Hamilton girl, Old Tom Billings, and half a dozen more.

Most of the time they never found the bodies. Sometimes they would find parts. The town council didn’t want to hear about it. They stuck their heads in the sand and hoped it would go away. Deputy Aldridge knew differently. He had seen it. He saw it take Sheriff Wilson, and he knew it had to be stopped. He came here tonight to put an end to it. He just had to wait till dark.

In 250 words or less, tell us a story incorporating the elements in the picture. The 250 word limit will be strictly enforced.

Please keep language and subject matter to a PG-13 level.

Use the comment section below to submit your entry. Entries will be accepted until 5:00 PM Pacific Time on Tuesday, January 15th, 2013.

On Wednesday morning, we will open voting to the public with an online poll for the best writing entry accompanying the photo. Voting will be open until 5:00 PM Thursday.

On Friday morning, the winner will be recognized as we post the winning entry along with the picture as a feature. Best of luck to you all in your writing!

Entries only in the comment section. Other comments will be deleted. See HERE for additional information and terms.

Book Brief: Say Goodbye

Say Goodbye
by Robert Capko
Genre: Action/Adventure
Approximately 81,000 words

America is ready for a new type of hero. John Paxton is a man who understands duty—both to his family and to his country. As a highly decorated pararescueman in the Air Force, he’s risked his own life numerous times to save the lives of others. He is the epitome of the pararescue motto: These Things We Do That Others May Live. But now that he’s married with two small children, he’s content as an instructor at Lackland Air Force Base.

Then Paxton is commanded to lead a team on a dangerous mission—supposedly to rescue the pilot of a stealth fighter shot down over Serbia. Yet, nothing is as it seems. As the mission goes from bad to worse, Paxton uncovers a deadly plot that threatens National Security. But to fight an enemy with ties to one of the most dangerous organizations on the planet, he risks not only his own life, but also the lives of the people he loves the most.

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