Tuesday
Sep252012

Library Roll: Clevnet Library Cooperation

Our official Library Roll continues, wherein we list the coolest libraries on the planet: the ones that carry our digital titles! If you're one of the lucky readers who happen to live in an area that grants you access to one of these libraries, then you can read our books for free! Otherwise, feel free to purchase our titles by clicking on any book cover after browsing this page

This week we're featuring the Clevnet Library Cooperation, where you can find our books. Clevnet is a consortium of 38 library systems across 11 different counties in Northeast Ohio, so if you live in this area, you can borrow books from them. And if you don't have a library card, sign up for one; they're free to Ohio residents. So dive in and start reading!

The Moment of Death Trilogy
Flight 666

The Kill Factor Series
Kill Factor

Monday
Sep242012

Order of 5ive: Season Two: Episode Thirteen: Rogue Part III

Part three of Rogue ends season two of Order of 5ive. This is not your typical, explosive in-your-face saeson ending. It's a psychological cliff-hanger that will leave you yearning for season three! Now that Senator Adridge has been elected president, things are definitely going to change concerning the Order. With eradication ordered for King, Queen, Ace, Joker, Jack, Diamond, and Heart, the seven flee New York and begin to prepare for the future. Bringing down Aldridge and his shadow government won't be easy...in fact, it may take the help of other Order divisions spread throughout the world to help end the tyranny in the US. That's if the international Order hasn't been comprimised as well. Episode thirteen is guaranteed to leave the most seasoned conspiracy theorist wondering just how deep evil runs in democracy.

Check out this episode here.

Thursday
Sep202012

Here Comes the Hobbit, the Next Butt-kicking Screen Trilogy

Yay, I loved LOTR, and now we are right around the corner from the first Hobbit move, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Now, I must admit, I haven't read the Hobbit so I am a little confused. From what I gather, this film has been turned into a trilogy, but in reality, the first two films comprise a duology, which covers the book, and the third installment, There and Back Again, is based on various short stories JRR Tolkien wrote to further explain Middle-earth. Now, some may think this will suck and is all about money, but I am very excited to see a book stretched out over several movies. It will allow them to detail more of the actual book. This is actually what I did with my Werecat Saga. I had so many ideas that I couldn't relay it just in one movie book.

So, I am very excited about this latest release in the Tolkien line. However, I believe I should go read the Hobbit now to prepare for December :) Then I'll have it out of the way so I can concentrate on season two of Age of the Sigil.

Wednesday
Sep192012

Looper Movie or Shifters Book?

I am beginning to think that James and I are psychic, because several of the events we thought up in the Crisis Trilogy actually came to pass. Eerie. But again, there is nothing new under the sun when writing a fiction novel (or in our case, a movie book); just new ways of retelling old stories. So, it was of no surprise to us when we finished our latest book, Shifters, that we learned a similar movie would grace the big screen. We've recently heard about Looper, the sci-fi joint with Bruce Willis that features time traveling assassins. At first I was irritated, wishing we'd chosen another route or released the book a year ago. But, now I embrace it. What greater honor that to tie your own book into a new movie that features the immortal Bruce Willis, who is by far one of my favorite actors.

Still, I had to know more about the movie, so I read the synopsis. I had to laugh when I discovered that the assassins come from 2077, which is the same year as the final cataclysm in the 711 universe, which is mentioned in Jami Lynn Saunders' Werecat Saga, as well as the TV book series, Phoenix Earth, and of course, it will be mentioned next year in Shifters II. 

So, is it psychic ability or just crazy coincidence? Regardless, I am sure you'll love the movie, Looper. But, I'm even more sure you'll triple love our new book Shifters, because not only does it have time traveling assassins, but it also reveals the "true" history of Atlantis and the building of the pyramids. Now that's sci-fi for you!

Tuesday
Sep182012

Library Roll: New York Public Library

Our official Library Roll continues, wherein we list the coolest libraries on the planet: the ones that carry our digital titles! If you're one of the lucky readers who happen to live in an area that grants you access to one of these libraries, then you can read our books for free! Otherwise, feel free to purchase our titles by clicking on any book cover after browsing this page

This week we're featuring the New York Public Library, where you can find our books. New York Public Library serves the boroughs of Manhattan, The Bronx, and Staten Island, and is one of the largest public libraries in the United States, second only to the Library of Congress. 82 individual branch libraries are tied to the same system, so if you live in one of the three aforementioned boroughs, you can borrow books from them. And if you don't have a library card, sign up for one; they're free to New York City residents. So dive in and start reading!

The Werecat Saga
Feral

Rabid

Nocturnal

Monday
Sep172012

Order of 5ive: Season Two: Episode Twelve: Rogue Part II

After a hair-thin escape from the Bunker, Clubs reveals the truth of the shadow government experiments going on a mile below the Nevada desert. When King, Queen, Agent Morris, and Riker come together with both the East and West coast Order to review the pictures Clubs retrieved from the Bunker, the full scope of Senator Aldridge's diabolical plans are confirmed. The only recourse is for King and the East Coast team to go rogue, leaving Morris and the West Coast order on the inside. One way or another, King plans to end the horrific experimentation being conducted on children within the Bunker in order for Aldridge to create the perfect soldier.

Learn more about the Order of 5ive and pick up your copy here.

Friday
Sep142012

Blair Witch, Paranormal Activity, and Now Hollow and The Bay

And so the time has come again for a horror "documentary" based on "found footage". I have been a fan of these "real" fake flicks since the Blair Witch Project hit the theaters, but over the years, I've grown tired of film after film of so-called documentaries. Don't even get me started on The Last Exorcism. Patrick Fabian, who held the lead role in that flick should've quit with Saved by the Bell: The College Years. 

The horror "documentary" repeats are becoming nearly as bad as the regurgitation of shows like Jersey Shore. Enough is enough already. It's to the point that directors I used to like, such as Barry Levinson are getting into the mix (he's pushing out The Bay -- see trailer below to get a taste of what I'm going through). I'm not even excited about Paranormal Activity 4. However, the newest documentary horror spoof, Hollow, has piqued my interest because I have a strange fascination with trees. In fact, there's an old '80s movie about a witch who tries to steal a baby and sacrifice the child to this tree that is alive. Can't remember the name of the flick for the death of me but it was brutal stuff. So, I'll give Hollow a go. Hope it doesn't disappoint.