#TwitterTales May 2018

Welcome to another month of #TwitterTales or Twitter Tales. Short story tales on twitter. These posts are every Thursday and Friday for a whole month. Here is May 2018: “Where are we headed?” Mike asked. “To some special beach Casey knows about,” his girl, Anna, answered. She handed him her things to shove inside the back of the SUV. “But where?” “You’ll find out soon enough.” Casey winked at them. “No swimming. We need to pick our rooms,” Anna said once they arrived. They entered the cabin and put away their things. The doorbell rang. “Drew came,” Lexi yelled. She ran to the door and opened it. A scream rippled out of her throat. “Move,” the intruder demanded. When she didn’t respond, he pu

New Release: The Wayward Station

My latest work is 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. http://getbook.at/WS Thank for reading. -K.A. #ShortStory #New #Paranormal

Book Spotlight: Starting Chains

Starting Chains by Nicole C. Luttrell After years of war between Montelair and Septa, the two thrones are united by family. Victor's nephew, Morgan, is sharing the throne with the last heir of the royal line, Jacob. He and Lenore decide to travel to Montelair with their newborn daughters to help broker peace. But peace among their own people is harder to achieve. The city is tormented by a terrorist who calls himself The Tinker. He and his group of anarchists plant bombs through the city and call for the death of the new kings from every street corner. Meanwhile in Calistar, Sultiana and Devon are marching to war with Kussier. The ancient hatred between the two countries is sprung anew when

Book Spotlight: Guarding Charon

Hello! I had the pleasure in speaking to KateMarie Collins about her book Guarding Charon and more. K.A. Meng (KAM): Thank you KateMarie for being a part of my blog. Let's jump right into this interview. What can we expect from you in the future? KateMarie Collins (KMC): More books! I’ve got an idea for another series now, but I want to get The Waystation Guardians to a place where I feel most of the story has been told. For now. LOL. The setting and characters have a lot of room for additional books, but I’m not going to force myself to write a story before it’s ready to be told. KAM: What genre(s) do you write? KMC: I’ve always loved fantasy and scifi, being able to create worlds that don’

#TwitterTales April 2018

Welcome to my monthly Twitter Tales share. Twitter Tales or #TwitterTales is a month long project that uses a single image and tells the story of it. Several different authors, myself included, write their own flash fiction tale. The goal is to post on Twitter on Thursday & Friday every week for the whole month. Here is the latest flash fiction from me if you missed it for April 2018. Enjoy! “Should we be doing this?” Gretchen asked. Her lower lip quivered, and her grip tightened on the lantern. “Don’t be scared. We have nothing to fear here,” Eliza whispered. “Why aren’t you talking louder then? What about the witch?” “She doesn’t come where we’ll go for the herbs.” Eliza shushed her little

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