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    Thanks, Donna!

    Actually, Dog Gone Dog isn't my book. I'm a Michelle with two L's. (My link is http://productsearch.barnesandnoble....&pos=-1&ugrp=2)

    But the Dog Gone Dog story looks pretty funny. I own a border collie, myself
    Straight to **** (Book one in the Lilith Straight series) The moment Lilith Straight dies, the Devil appears to claim her soul and cash in on a longtime family curse. Now, Lilith has no choice but to work for him. The job is bad, the boss is worse, and she can’t imagine how she’ll explain her new reincarnation to her eight-year-old daughter. But then an arrogant, yet oh so yummy, incubus shows up…and **** heats up just a little more.

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    So, Michelle (see, I did spell it right this time!), I gotta' think my type of oops has happened before... Have a groovy weekend!



    Donna

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    Hello, my debut novel, The Gorge, is now available for the nook ! $.99

    Edit: Just dropped the price to $.99 for a limited time.

    This is a full-length novel, professionally formatted with links to each chapter. Approximately 210 pages.



    The Blue Ridge Mountains of Southern Appalachia are ancient. They are older than the Rockies, older than the Alps. The Blue Ridge was old when the Himalayas were in their infancy. Beautiful, enchanting as is a Venus Flytrap to an unsuspecting fly, but there is a horror bellied deep in the serenity in those rolling blue hills in the wilds of southern Appalachia.
    The Gorge, is a story of backwoods mountain culture, of a snake handling, strychnine-drinking pastor, who rises to power over his devoted flock. Of a Native American curse, confining an even older civilization of cannibal cave dwellers to within in the boundaries of a mountain gorge, hidden deep in the backcountry of the five hundred thousand acre Pisgah National Forrest.
    Nathan Mires is drawn to this place, as a moth is helpless to the magnetism of a glowing porch light. His life has fallen to pieces; something has taken control of him, causing a murderous rampage, which has led him to flee into the backcountry of the Pisgah, seeking refuge from a crooked, spiteful sheriff. Soon after he arrives in the gorge, he discovers his problems have only just begun.

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    My paranormal humor novel, These Hellish Happenings, is available on Nook now, and it's only $0.99.

    Blurb:
    In 1707, hapless vampire Jack Bentley made a pact with the Devil in order to escape a vampire hunt. Dealing with Satan seemed better than your standard angry mob at the time. But three centuries later, Satan is ready to collect His dues, whether the vampire likes it or not. He's taking Jack to ****, and He's even got a job picked out for him down below: an eternal position at the Registration Office of the Damned.

    Jack attempts to adjust to life on the Administrative Level of ****, where fire and brimstone have been replaced by board meetings and the occasional broken copier. But the whiny complaints of the recently deceased and the legions of suited, cookie-cutter demons are the least of his problems. Try adding to the equation a dead ex-lover, a dangerous attraction to his high-ranking demon companion, Alexander Ridner, and the sticky and distorted anti-vampire politics of a **** that is surprisingly like our own world.

    Its B&N page is here. Thanks for looking!

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    When Phoenix's sister is kidnapped, he sets out on an epic journey to rescue her. Before long, he needs help himself. (no snacks) Ironically, he meets a boy whose father is missing and is in deep trouble. Phoenix is torn.

    Before Phoenix reaches his goal (men's fitness cover?), he must fight the threats of kidnapping, gun battles, homelessness, cobras, bad dreams, starvation, family drama, emotional meltdowns, airline mishaps, nosy neighbors and nerves of jello.

    Outside forces are not Phoenix's biggest roadblocks. His greatest obstacle is himself. (ditch the mirror) Phoenix learns more about himself through his journey than he can ever learn by reading a book. (or watching classic Three's Company episode)

    Family is forever. (hey, misery loves company) Friendship is random and fateful. (enemies too) Passion is more than just Starbucks iced tea. (venti please) Failure is life's best teacher. (sorry Harvard) Laughter is key. (be your own locksmith)

    I'd like to invite you to read Phoenix and hope you will enjoy it. Thanks!

    http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Pho...5&USRI=phoenix

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    My first novel has been out only for a few weeks, but already it has been quite a ride.

    BEAUTIFUL, NAKED AND DEAD is hard-boiled crime novel. Moses McGuire a suicidal strip club bouncer is out to avenge the death of one of his girls. From his East L.A. home, through the legal brothels of Nevada and finally to a battle with the mob in the mountains above Palo Alto, it is a sex soaked, rage driven, road trip from ****.

    It is my first novel and is starting to garner some good reviews.

    "The man knows what to do with paper and ink. Read the **** thing." -Charlie Huston

    "An entertaining ride." - Tad Williams

    "This is just an unstopable read from start to finish. If you love Huston, Block, Guthrie, you will not be disappointed." - McDroll
    BEAUTIFUL, NAKED & DEAD is hard-boiled crime fiction. 'There's lots of guns, blood and bone-crunching badness... You will not be disappointed.' - McDroll

    http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Beautiful-Naked-Dead/Josh-Stallings/e/2940012676115/?itm=1&USRI=josh+stallings

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    I regained the rights back to my thriller, Terminated, from my print publisher and I’ve now released the book as an eBook.

    Description: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/boo...=2940012188410
    Gwen Farris crossed the wrong coworker when she gave Stephen Tarbell a poor evaluation. That was all it took to push Tarbell over the edge. He already believes Gwen stole the promotion that was rightfully his. He won't let her take anything else from him. Now it's his turn to take...and take. By the time he's finished with her, Tarbell plans to take her job, her family—even her life.

    Terminated…to some people, it's more than a job.

    Praise for the book:
    “Wood writes like a dark, demented angel.”
    — Ken Bruen, bestselling author of Once Were Cops

    "A supremely gifted writer.”
    — Jason Pinter, author of The Darkness

    "Simon Wood packs his books with suspense, surprises and superb storytelling."
    — Ed Gorman, author of The Midnight Room

    " Simon Wood takes the idea of workplace harassment to terrifying levels.”
    — Bookgasm

    There’s an essay about the book over at the International Thriller Writers website about the book:
    http://www.thrillerwriters.org/2010/...imon-wood.html and there’s a nice review here: http://www.bookgasm.com/reviews/thrillers/terminated/

    I hope people will check it out.
    Simon Wood
    Author of Paying the Piper, We All Fall Down, Working Stiffs, The Scrubs, Road Rash, Asking for Trouble & Terminated available for the Nook & from Smashwords
    Learn more at http://www.simonwood.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Wood

    “Wood writes like a dark, demented angel.”
    — Ken Bruen, bestselling author of Once Were Cops
    Sounds very good, I look forward to reading it. How did you get a blurb from Ken Bruen?
    BEAUTIFUL, NAKED & DEAD is hard-boiled crime fiction. 'There's lots of guns, blood and bone-crunching badness... You will not be disappointed.' - McDroll

    http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Beautiful-Naked-Dead/Josh-Stallings/e/2940012676115/?itm=1&USRI=josh+stallings

    http://www.barnesandnoble.co

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh_Stallings
    Sounds very good, I look forward to reading it. How did you get a blurb from Ken Bruen?
    Thanks, Josh.

    The original publisher of the mass market paperback asked Ken if he'd read the book and he did.
    Simon Wood
    Author of Paying the Piper, We All Fall Down, Working Stiffs, The Scrubs, Road Rash, Asking for Trouble & Terminated available for the Nook & from Smashwords
    Learn more at http://www.simonwood.net

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    It is a great blurb, from a great writer.
    BEAUTIFUL, NAKED & DEAD is hard-boiled crime fiction. 'There's lots of guns, blood and bone-crunching badness... You will not be disappointed.' - McDroll

    http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Beautiful-Naked-Dead/Josh-Stallings/e/2940012676115/?itm=1&USRI=josh+stallings

    http://www.barnesandnoble.co

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