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A town curfew, four hot men

wild animals attacking.

What can a girl do to survive?

The First Fallen

The First Fallen

Grieving over the loss of her friends, Ivory Ames must think about her own future while planning their funerals. In hopes of escaping the monsters that control the university, she decides to focus on her studies and try to graduate early.

The only thing left for her in Los Roshano besides her remaining friends is Romero Riveras. The kind hunk has been there for her through everything. He is sweet and has the quality most important to Ivory. He’s human. The problem for them is they live a town filled with monsters and secrets and being human is not always a good thing. It's downright dangerous.
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The Wayward Station

A tornado whisks Kayla Stark into The Wayward Station, a realm in between life and death. She learns this special place is in trouble and must help to save it. If she doesn’t, the spirits there won’t return her home.

With her grandma by her side, Kayla must save the precious commodity from the clutches of Jacoby Marone, a ghost with a bad attitude. He has a plan, and whatever it is, will not be good for The Wayward Station. If Kayla can't stop him, she and this place may disappear forever.
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K. A. Meng lives in North Dakota, in the same town she grew up. Her love for the paranormal started at a young age when she saw her first ghost.

Today, she spends her time writing paranormal romance, fantasy, sci fi, horror and everything in between. When life drags her away from it, she hangs out with her son and friends, goes to movies, watches TV, plays board games, walks her dogs, and reads books. She is actively involved in a writing group and wishes to some day visit Disney World.


May 1, 2019

Hello! Another month has gone by. I am sorry I got a little busy and didn't post the last #TwitterTales for April 2019. I just posted it on Tuesday. Here is the whole story just in case you missed it:

Gabby rolled down her window and stared at the sign, pointing the way to the mine. Her car wouldn't fit on the road. She would have to hike to get to the top. Before she could...

April 1, 2019

Here is another month of #TwitterTales. Have you heard of it? I share a short story on Twitter every Thursday and Friday. If you search for #TwitterTales and me (@kamengauthor), you can find my stories. 

Here is my March 2019 #TwitterTales: 

Gabby stood on the edge of the rocks looking down at the rushing waterfall. If she jumped, she could end everything now and be free. Sh...

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