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Author K.M Hodge Talks about Writing and a Current Promotion

We’re pleased to welcome to the blog today one of our thriller authors, K.M. Hodge, creator of the 4-book series “The Syndicate-Born Trilogy.” Yes, yes, we know… a trilogy doesn’t have 4 books. Well, we had originally planned to to stop this series after 3 books, and thus the trilogy, but when K.M. Hodge said, “Hey, I have an idea for a prequel that I think will be a lot of fun,” we said, “Let’s do it.” The trilogy then grew to 4 books.

First, let’s tell you about the author:

Award-winning and USA Today Bestselling author, K.M. Hodge grew up in Detroit, where she spent most of her free time weaving wild tales to spook her friends and family. These days, she lives in Texas with her husband and two energetic boys, and once again enjoys writing tales of suspense and intrigue that keep her readers up all night. Her stories, which focus on women’s issues, friendship, addiction, regrets and second chances, will stay with you long after you finish them. When she isn’t writing or being an agent of social change she watches old X-files episodes, does yoga, streams Detroit Tigers games, and binges on Netflix with her husband. K.M. Hodge truly enjoys hearing from her readers, so don’t be shy about dropping her an email or say hit on social media.

Find her online here:
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Instagram

Be sure to follow her at:
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Finally, sign up for her mailing list & Get a Free Gift at:
www.kmhodge.com/subscribe

Second, let’s tell you about the promotion:

SALE/PROMOTION: $0.99 eBook at Amazon (All of June and July)
BOOK: Red on the Run
SERIES: The Syndicate-Born Trilogy – Book 1
GENRES: Crime Fiction, Thriller/Suspense, Women’s Fiction
 
ABOUT THE BOOK:
You can’t hide from The Syndicate. Run, Red. Run!

WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award – Fall 2016 – Best Thriller

In search of redemption from his sordid past, FBI Special Agent Alex Bailey takes on a new partner, Katherine Mitchel… and a new secret mission.

Before being assigned their first joint case, Katherine uncovers damning evidence against a major crime ring known as The Syndicate. The group controls key members of the D.C. Metropolitan Area Police, the U.S. Congress, even the FBI, and they will stop at nothing to protect their interests. With her life on the line, Katherine is forced to put her faith in Alex as she flees from Washington D.C. and enters the Witness Protection Program.

Yet there’s no hiding from The Syndicate.

In the most dangerous investigation of his career, Alex must decide how far he is willing to go to keep Katherine safe, and to stop The Syndicate.

WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:
“Ms. Hodge is adept at keeping the reader engaged and on the edge of their seats.” ~ LAS Book Reviews

“Move over Baldacci. Prepare for competition from this new author! Spellbinding – hard to put down.” ~ Patrisha Ehlert

“This adrenaline-fueled thriller captivates from the first chapter until it hurtles to the dramatic finale.” ~ RandomBadger

Third, let’s talk a little with K.M. Hodge:

QUESTION: When did you know you wanted to write a book?
Twenty years ago, I took on the challenge to write a novel. I got about a fourth of the way through writing the story, Red on the Run, before life happened and I stopped writing. I got married, worked full-time, and became a mom to two beautiful boys. Then, in October 2014, a friend challenged me to finish the novel during the National Write a Novel in a Month (NanoWriMo). I accepted her challenge and finished the novel at last! Another friend inspired me to self-publish the book, and in March 2015, I took the plunge. In August of that year, I signed the series with Evolved Publishing, which published the second edition in Fall 2016. In winter of 2016, I received the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for Thrillers. “The Syndicate-Born Trilogy” series currently has three additional books: Black and White Truth, True Blue Son, and The Sally Ride Chronicle.

QUESTION: How did publishing your first book change your process of writing?
Oh so much! I did everything wrong the first time. I didn’t outline, the cover sucked, I didn’t have it professionally edited, and I rushed publication. It’s almost a “write” of passage for most authors to go through this when they’re first starting off. Three years later, I feel as though I am finally settling into my skin and writing to industry standards. I try and look at it all with a beginner’s mindset, because there will always be things to learn and improve upon.

QUESTION: What are your top five favorite books?
1. The Stand by Stephen King — I loved the characterization and suspenseful storytelling.
2. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen — …for its strong female characters.
3. Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver — I loved its varying points of view, and how each character had such a distinct voice.
4. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott — …for its exposition and characterizations.
5. Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood — I love everything Atwood has written. She’s clever and witty, and employs snappy dialogue. I enjoyed this book most of all for its story within a story. She also finds ways to bring environmental and women’s issues to the forefront in truly creative ways.

QUESTION: What are your future projects, if any?
I’m working on a 1970’s romantic thriller that will come out at the end of the year in the “Love Under Fire” boxed set. I’m also working on a flash fiction piece for a literary magazine, about one of my “The Syndicate-Born Trilogy” characters, Sally Ride.

QUESTION: Since you write thrillers, what are the Top 10 internet searches you’ve done for book research?
1. Gunshot complications that kill you weeks after being shot.
2. Treatment of sex addiction
3. Where to stab someone so they don’t die
4. What kind of gun and bullets to use to limit forensic evidence
5. Body farms
6. Kidney transplants with 3D printed organs and stem cells
7. Sex trafficking in the US
8. The history of FBI profiling
9. Culture and linguistics of the 70’s
10. Video footage of 9/11

In closing:

Hmmm… some of those searches sound interesting. Well, we hope you enjoyed discovering this talented author and her work, and that you’ll take advantage of the $0.99 eBook Sale on Red on the Run, which lasts the full months of June and July. If you’re a KindleUnlimited subscriber, you can download all 4 books in this series free.

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I’m a freelance writer and filmmaker, born in 1975 in The Gong, who now lives in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia with my wife and two sons.

I used to make my own mystery books in the fourth grade by typing them out on an old Olivetti, and I drew my first five-fingered human being when I was four years old.

In 2004, I pitched a comic series to Image Comics, and I contributed cartoons and designed a cover for the Litmus Journal of Melbourne in 2007.

I worked with the Victims of Crime department in Sydney, rubbing shoulders with ex-cons and stand over men, and sought restitution for their victims.

In 2014, I founded a production company, Glitchfilms, alongside my producing partner. In 2015, I wrote and directed an independent horror film, The Lights, which was released in selected cinemas. I self-published the tie-in, behind-the-scenes eBook, Dark Light: How to Get Your Horror Film into Cinemas.

I write every day and try to put some of myself into my writing. My passion is crime fiction, and my favourite authors include Karin Slaughter and Michael Robotham. I also love graphic novels by Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison.

BOOKS

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Watch for The Jaydus File, Book 3 of the “PI Kowalski” series of crime mysteries from Down Under, featuring Aussie private detective Matt Kowalski, to release in late 2021 or early 2022.

Details coming soon….

Noir Detective Mystery “Hot Sinatra” by Axel Howerton an Award Finalist

Announcement from Crime Writers of Canada: April 24, 2014 — Hot Sinatra is one of the five finalists for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel.

ArthurEllisAwardsFinalist“Quality is Priority #1.” We say that a lot, because we think it’s important to drive that guarantee home for our readers and fans. Of course, winning a prestigious award, or even making the final cut as a finalist within a broad and competitive field, is a great way to support that statement.

Our most recent honoree is the quirky, hardboiled detective, noir mystery Hot Sinatra, by Axel Howerton. We’re pleased that the judges for the Arthur Ellis Awards have recognized the quality of this great book, which offers a character-rich environment that readers are sure to love.

We’re confident you’re going to enjoy this book. If you’re a fan of the likes of Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, Elmore Leanord, Robert B. Parker, and Mickey Spillane, or just love a well-written, funny, entertaining story, Hot Sinatra is your next must-read.

ABOUT HOT SINATRA:

Hot_Sinatra_v2_300dpi_200x300Moss Cole is a private detective, the kind you thought only existed in old movies and afternoon reruns. He’s smart, talented, sometimes even charming. You’d think he could find a better gig than carrying on his grandfather’s legacy as a ‘Private Dick.’

Cole is out of money, out of ideas, and out of his league. That’s why he’s stuck looking for a stolen Sinatra record… a record that may be just a figment of an old man’s imagination.

Of course, if that were true, Moss wouldn’t have so many people busting down his door.

A vivacious redhead, a foul-mouthed Irish rock star, and a whip-smart little girl only complicate the job, when all Cole wants is a good cup of coffee and some Hot Sinatra.

If only he can stay alive—and in one piece—long enough to find it.

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT HOT SINATRA:

“Axel Howerton is one of the best new crime fiction writers out there—hell, one of the best writers, period. Do yourself a favor and settle into Axel’s groove.” – Scott S. Phillips, Author of “Squirrel Eyes” and “Tales of Misery & Imagination,” and Writer/Director of “Stink of Flesh” and “Gimme Skelter”

“Moss Cole sizzles hotter than bacon.” – Red Tash, Author of “Troll, Or Derby” and “This Brilliant Darkness”

“Howerton manages to breathe new life into the neo-noir/gumshoe genre by not fixing what isn’t broken. The hero, Moss Cole, is tough as nails, fights dirty, is a recovered alcoholic and is a bit of a brooder. However, he feels pangs for not seriously pursuing a career as a professional musician, and makes no effort to conceal his sensitive side. Howerton also gives us some unexpected characters in the form an openly gay couple that work as low level leg breakers for the mob (they’re a real treat, and never do what I expected as a reader). Perhaps Howerton’s greatest triumph is coming up with a fun, wickedly original MacGuffin for a detective novel: The titular ‘Hot Sinatra’, an illegal, one of a kind recording of a Sinatra performance in his prime that avid collectors would kill to get. Snappy dialogue, fun characters and a no frills writing style made this a blast to read.” – Craig, Kew Gardens, NY

HOT SINATRA IS AVAILABLE AT THE LINKS BELOW:

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Of course, if you’d like a paperback personally autographed by author Axel Howerton, you can get that RIGHT HERE at our website.

Axel Howerton

Axel Howerton

Axel Howerton is the author of the darkly funny detective novel Hot Sinatra, a finalist for the 2014 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel. Axel is a former entertainment journalist, and the co-creator/manager of the annual Coffin Hop online horror event. His short fiction has recently appeared in such weird and wonderful publications as Fires on the Plain, Steampunk Originals, Dark Moon Digest and many more. He has also been featured in the collections Clones Fairies & Monsters in the Closet, Tall Tales Of The Weird West, Lebowski 101, A Career Guide To Your Job In Hell, and the best-selling holiday anthology Let It Snow: Season’s Readings For A Super-Cool Yule.

His short story series Manlove & Kickerdick Tricks, based on characters from Hot Sinatra, are published by Coffin Hop Press, where he is also an editor.

Axel is a member of the Calgary Crime Writers, the CSFFA, and a member of the board of the Crime Writers of Canada. He spends most of his time roaming the untamed prairies of Alberta with his two brilliant young sons and a wife that is way out of his league.

Books

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Hot Sinatra

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Hot Sinatra (Italiano)

Sur la Piste du Sinatra

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Contact

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I write fiction, long and short. My writings cross over many genres and focus on diverse subjects, ranging from the mysteries of the human mind, with its fragile psychological and emotional states, to the everyday joy and anguish of life on Earth.

I’ve been an avid reader my entire life, and started writing at the age of 12. I love a good story, of course, a compelling plot and satisfying conclusion. Yet as a reader, I’ve always been drawn to great characters. The characters bring me back to an author time and time again. This shows in my writing, where I attempt to create authentic, complex, real characters you can come to love, and in whose company you feel at home. Or maybe you’ll despise a character and want to stick a fork in his eye. Hey, bad guys are fun too!

I did my tour in the real world, serving in the U.S. Air Force, then working as everything from a forklift operator to a bartender in my youth, before settling in as Business Services and Project Manager for a large manufacturing and distribution concern. Now, at long last (Man! Why did I wait so long?), I’m putting pedal to the metal in pursuit of the author’s life.

After many years as a Freelance Editor, with several clients published or aspiring to be so, I co-founded Evolved Publishing, where I wear many hats. As an author, I started with a few short stories, and released my debut novel, the psychological thriller Forgive Me, Alex, in December 2011. The sequel, The Devil’s Bane, is under way and due some time before The Apocalypse, I hope–if my publisher’s and editor’s duties ever allow me time.

My wife Maria and I currently split our time between Las Vegas and Transylvania, with an eye toward settling down in sunny Belize, and bringing over some kids and grandkids from Transylvania.

Editor

Words can leave us breathless, sentences can stir hearts, paragraphs can spark the mind, and stories can enrich the soul. It all starts not with words, but with the right words.

I’ve learned this after reading and editing dozens of aspiring or self-published authors: the world offers a modest number of decent storytellers, but precious few writers who can stir one’s soul. The art and craft of writing requires dedication, a commitment to continual learning, an acceptance that quality and professionalism are a must, and an understanding that none of us can make it to the top without a little help.

I would not even dream of publishing a piece without my editor first taking a swipe at it.

Those who succeed at and make a living in this game have embraced those truths with gusto. The rest are, dare I say it, still languishing as amateurs. I say this not to discourage anyone; the last thing I want to do is dash anyone’s dreams on the rocks. I say it to encourage writers to do the right things. Success comes not to those who merely dream, but to those who weave perspiration into their aspirations.

I repeat: It all starts with the right words.

If you’re not there yet, fear not. That’s why we’re here. Let us help each other to achieve those great dreams.

Publisher

As a publisher, I rely first and foremost on our outstanding team of editors to help us identify the works that will fit with our primary goal of building a quality catalog. Our team of editors are skilled in the literary arts, to be sure. However, it’s not really that simple, is it?

There’s a certain subjective element in any analysis of art. It is, after all, art – not so simple as 1 + 1 = 2. What moves one editor may not move another, just as what moves one reader may not move another. Thus, we try to ensure that we’re not passing on an excellent piece simply because it didn’t fit into the “preference zone” of a single editor. We’re trying to publish pieces that fit into that preference zone for a wide audience of readers, not just for one editor. Does that mean we don’t occasionally reject a piece that might do well out there in the world? No, of course not. Sometimes, we just don’t have the time for all the quality work that’s submitted.

Still, we hope to build our team of authors with this goal in mind: build a quality catalog around a quality team. We’re pretty demanding, it’s true – not just because we can be, but because we must be. We owe it to our entire team, given our business model, never to compromise on quality. More than that, however, we owe it to our readers, for that is our covenant with them.

So, if your book is not a first draft, but something over which you’ve poured out your heart and soul; if your book has passed muster with your beta readers; if your book has at least a modicum of editing already done; then you should consider submitting with us. If all of the preceding are not true… well, enter at your own risk. Furthermore, if you don’t already have a strong online presence, working to build your author brand, you’re already late! Get started… now.

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Books Edited

Edited or Co-Edited by Lane Diamond
(Updated 23 September 2021: 175 Books)

128 Titles Still Active:

Along the Watchtower
by
David Litwack

And Then It Rained
by
Megan Morrison

The Awakening of David Rose
by Daryl Rothman

The Announcement
by
Edwin Peng

The Balderdash Saga – Special Edition
by J.W. Zulauf

Bella and the Blue Genie
by
Jonathan Gould

Black and White Truth
by
K.M. Hodge

Born – Against All Odds
by
Hope Silver

Brink of Dawn
by Jeff Altabef
& Erynn Altabef

Broken Path
by
Ruby Standing Deer

Cass and Logan
by
Mr. Cagey Magee

Cass and Nat
by
Mr. Cagey Magee

Cass and Wat
by
Mr. Cagey Magee

Chaos Theory
by
Isu Yin & Fae Yang

The Children of Darkness
by
David Litwack

A Chink in the Armor
by
D. Robert Pease

The Christmas Donut Revolution
by Gregg Sapp

Circles
by
Ruby Standing Deer

The Cistern Mission
by
Michael Dadich

The Confessional
by
A.K. Kuykendall

Conundrum
by
Isu Yin & Fae Yang

Darla Decker Hates to Wait
by Jessica McHugh

Darla Decker Shakes the State
by Jessica McHugh

Darla Decker Takes the Cake
by Jessica McHugh

The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky
by David Litwack

Dead Plains
by
Angela Scott

Deep Mud
by
Ty Spencer Vossler

Devil’s Day
by
Jeff Altabef

Devil’s Deal
by
Jeff Altabef

Diary of a Traveling
Hedgehog
by Hope Silver

Dream Warriors
by
D. Robert Pease

Dual Domination
by
Pavarti K. Tyler

Emlyn and the Gremlin
by
Steff F. Kneff

Emlyn and the Gremlin and the BBQ Disaster
by Steff F. Kneff

Emlyn and the Gremlin and the Mean Old Cat
by Steff F. Kneff

Emlyn and the Gremlin and the Seaside Mishap
by Steff F. Kneff

Emlyn and the Gremlin and the Teenage Sitter
by Steff F. Kneff

Enemies of the State
by
Jeff Altabef

Enfold Me
by
Steven Greenberg

Evolution: Vol. 1
Editors: Lane Diamond
& D.T. Conklin

Evolution: Vol. 2
Editors: Lane Diamond
& D.T. Conklin

Fracture Point
by
Jeff Altabef

Fresh News Straight
from Heaven
by Gregg Sapp

The Futility of
Loving a Soldier
by E.D. Martin

Galerie
by
Steven Greenberg

The Ghost King
by
Jeff Altabef

Girl Enlightened
by
Megan Morrison

Godsknife: Lineage
by
Timothy C. Ward

Godsknife: Revolt
by
Timothy C. Ward

The Green-Eyed Monster
by
Mike Robinson

Hear No More
by
Melsa Manton

Her Twisted Pleasures
by
Amelia James

His Twisted Choice
by
Amelia James

The Holocaust Engine
by David Rike
& Stephen Patrick

Hot Sinatra
by
Axel Howerton

Hurlock the Warrior King
by
J.W. Zulauf

Imperium Heirs
by
A.K. Kuykendall

Indivisible
by
Julia Camp

Inlet Boys
by
Chris Krupa

Invisible by Day
by
Teri Fink

Kubrick’s Game
by
Derek Taylor Kent

The Light of Reason
by
David Litwack

Love, Loss, and
Lagniappe
by Richard Robbins

Maddie’s Monsters
by
Jonathan Gould

The Meeting
by
Edwin Peng

Memoirs of a
Transferable Soul
by W. Town Andrews

Moon Path
by
Steven Greenberg

Negative Space
by
Mike Robinson

Ninja and Bunny’s
Great Adventure
by Kara S. Tyler

Noah Zarc: Cataclysm
by
D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc: Declaration
by
D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc:
Mammoth Trouble
by D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc: Omnibus
(Boxed Set)
by D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc:
Roswell Incident
by D. Robert Pease

Panicles
by
Richard Robbins

Patron Saint
of Wrong
by William LJ Galaini

The Possession
by
A.K. Kuykendall

The Prince’s Plight
by
J.W. Zulauf

Prince of Shadows
by
Isu Yin & Fae Yang

Protecting Portia
by
Pavarti K. Tyler

Red Clay, Yellow Grass
by
Richard Barager

Red Death
by
Jeff Altabef

Red on the Run
by
K.M. Hodge

Roland the Pirate
Knight
by J.W. Zulauf

Scarlet the Kindhearted
Princess
by J.W. Zulauf

Scorched Souls
by Jeff Altabef
& Erynn Altabef

Second Chances
by Jeff Altabef
& Erynn Altabef

Shadow Swarm
by
D. Robert Pease

The Shaman’s Salvation
by
J.W. Zulauf

Shatter Point
by
Jeff Altabef

Shroud of Eden
by
Marlin Desault

The Silver Sphere
by
Michael Dadich

Soul of a Doll
by
Isu Yin & Fae Yang

Sparks from a
Cruel Grindstone
by William LJ Galaini

The Spinner’s Web
by
Isu Yin & Fae Yang

Spirals
by
Ruby Standing Deer

Star City
by
Edwin Peng

Stones
by
Ruby Standing Deer

The Stuff of Stars
by
David Litwack

Sugar & Salt
by
Pavarti K. Tyler

The Sugar House
Novellas (Omnibus)
by Pavarti K. Tyler

Sully P. Snooferpoot’s
Amazing New Christmas
Pot by Aaron Shaw Ph.D.

Sully P. Snooferpoot’s
Amazing N- Dayswitcher
by Aaron Shaw Ph.D.

Sully P. Snooferpoot’s
Amazing New Forcefield
by Aaron Shaw Ph.D.

Sully P. Snooferpoot’s
Amazing New Shadow
by Aaron Shaw Ph.D.

Survivor Roundup
by
Angela Scott

Tall Dark Heart
by
Chris Krupa

The Temptation
of Destiny
by D.M. Earley

The Test
by
Edwin Peng

Their Twisted Love
by
Amelia James

Thomas and the
Tiger-Turtle
by Jonathan Gould

The Time That’s Given
by
David Litwack

The Tormenting
Beauty of Empathy
by Richard Robbins

Trampling in the Land
of Woe
by William LJ Galaini

True Blue Son
by
K.M. Hodge

The Twisted Mosaic
(Omnibus Paperback)
by Amelia James

Two Moons of Sera
by
P.K. Tyler

The Underground
Princess
by J.W. Zulauf

Waking Gods
by
Mike Robinson

Wanted:
Dead or Undead
by Angela Scott

Whispers of the Dead
by
C.L. Roberts-Huth

Whispers of the Serpent
by
C.L. Roberts-Huth

White Chalk
by
P.K. Tyler

Wind Catcher
by Jeff Altabef
& Erynn Altabef

Wiser
by
Isu Yin & Fae Yang

Yours to Keep or
Throw Aside
by E.D. Martin

Zoë Delante Thriller –
Boxed Set 1-3
by C.L. Roberts-Huth

The Zombie West Trilogy
(Omnibus Edition)
by Angela Scott

 

47 Titles Inactive (or Rights Returned to Author):

Bella World – Kimberly Kinrade
The Clumsy Magician – Majanka Verstraete
Courtney Saves Christmas – Emlyn Chand
Davey the Detective – Emlyn Chand
Desert Flower – Angela Scott
Desert Rice – Angela Scott
The Doll Maker – Majanka Verstraete
Drowning in Fear – Majanka Verstraete
Eulogy – D.T. Conklin
Farsighted – Emlyn Chand
Forbidden Fire – Karpov Kinrade
Forbidden Life – Karpov Kinrade
Forbidden Mind – Karpov Kinrade
The Forbidden Trilogy – Karpov Kinrade
Fright Train – Majanka Verstraete
Grave Error – Majanka Verstraete
Honey the Hero – Emlyn Chand
House of Horrors – Majanka Verstraete
I’d Rather Be Riding My Bike – Eric Pinder
Izzy the Inventor – Emlyn Chand
Larry the Lonely – Emlyn Chand
The Last Meridian – Joe Hefferon
Lexie World – Kimberly Kinrade
Maddie and the Purrfect Crime – Emlyn Chand
Maddie World – Kimberly Kinrade
Mike and the Dog-Gone Labradoodle – Emlyn Chand
Open Heart – Emlyn Chand
The Pet Shop Society – Emlyn Chand
Polly Wants to be a Pirate – Emlyn Chand
Poppy the Proud – Emlyn Chand
Ricky the Runt – Emlyn Chand
Ruby to the Rescue – Emlyn Chand
Sammy Steals the Show – Emlyn Chand
Secret Storm – Amelia James
The Sword of Oops – D.T. Conklin
Tell Me You Want Me – Amelia James
The Three Lost Kids & Cupid’s Capture – Kimberly Kinrade
The Three Lost Kids & The Christmas Curse – Kimberly Kinrade
The Three Lost Kids & The Death of the Sugar Fairy – Kimberly Kinrade
Tommy Goes Trick-or-Treating – Emlyn Chand
Torn Together – Emlyn Chand
Tyler and the Blabber-Mouth Birds – Emlyn Chand
Valentina and the Haunted Mansion – Majanka Verstraete
Valentina and the Masked Mummy – Majanka Verstraete
Valentina and the Whackadoodle Witch – Majanka Verstraete
Vicky Finds a Valentine – Emlyn Chand
Weight of Earth – Stevie Mikayne

Up Next

UP NEXT from Lane Diamond


Watch for The Devil’s Bane, the sequel to Forgive Me, Alex, coming in the not-too-distant future.

A serial killer the media has dubbed “The Blue Suede Killer” plagues southwest Wisconsin, and the authorities are having a hard time tracking him down. Tony Hooper thinks he can help. After all, this is what he does. He’s a hunter of monsters.

Yet this brings Tony back into the shadows where his love interest, FBI Special Agent Linda Monroe, must do her job. It also brings him close to the one woman he always assumed was meant for him, the woman he lost seventeen years earlier. Can he and Diana speak about what happened? Can they finally put it behind them? Will they move on together, or separately once again… and forever? And what will it all mean for Tony and Linda?

All the while, Tony is battling another foe, the man he’s long called ‘the devil’, Mitchell Norton. They’ve waged their personal war for seventeen years, and it’s time for one – at long lost – to declare victory. ‘The devil’ has stolen too much from Tony, and thrown Tony’s life into a whirlwind of remorse, self-doubt, and self-examination.

If Norton has his way, Tony’s losses will mount even further.

Following the critically-acclaimed Forgive Me, Alex, comes the much anticipated sequel, The Devil’s Bane.