From The Legend of Sleepy Hollow to the most beloved boy in literature whose journey led him to the Deathly Hallows, both terms have been a fantastical, mystical theme used in a wealth of phenomenal literature. Hallowed Ink Press was created to serve as ‘hallowed ground’ for their authors and are currently open to new solicited and unsolicited submissions for 2014. They currently specialize in New Adult and Young Adult literature. Hallowed Ink Press accepts series fiction, stand-alone novels, novellas, poetry, short stories and graphic novels.
Reading fee: None
Deadline: Open submissions until novels for 2014 have been selected.
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We’re three weeks from the new year! Wow, where did the year go? Now is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and appreciate everything that you have accomplished. It’s time to rejuvenate, refocus, and start planning for next year. Taking inventory is a great place to start. Write down the changes that took place and things that you accomplished in the past year. It’s fun to go through this exercise—often, you don’t realize all the things that you achieved in the past year until you see it in list form. Continue reading “Whoa … Was That 2013 That Just Zipped By? Five Questions To Get You Thinking About Goals”
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Jordan has visions of monsters, demons, and death. Seventeen, orphaned, and born into the family business, she doesn’t have friends, she doesn’t have choices. Her uncle, older brothers, and a few annoying angels dominate her life, demanding she tow their lines – and the punishment is severe when those lines are crossed.
When Jordan is ordered to help hunt down a monster, she’s not sure which she dreads more: the elusive, blood-thirsty creature or spending time in a cramped backwoods cabin with a brother who despises her. To make matters worse, a demon shows up and warns Jordan that she could be her family’s next assignment.
In a game between Good and Evil where God seems to have tapped out early, lines are blurred and not everything is as it seems. Jordan learns a little too late that the real monster is closer than she thinks.
Is it tomorrow already? I want to sleep some more. I had a Facebook Launch Party yesterday for my latest book, The Dreamt Child. That meant 12 hours in front of a computer screen, non-stop. By the end my brain was so fried.
Would I do it again? In a heartbeat. I had a blast and I really think those who came and participated did too.
Here’s the scoop. Continue reading “My Facebook Launch Party Event”