I recently finished a freebie short story that I think will make everyone really happy. It's the Home is the Sailor prequel! Inspired by Cynthia Sax who is brilliant and you should check her out. Brinn and Arden's story is in edit, and will be up and ready to go in the early Fall. Here's a... Continue Reading →
Nine incredible stories from today's leading SFR authors that will take you on action-packed adventures. I get to do a cover reveal! I get to do a cover reveal! Calm Down. Calm Down. Okay. Okay, I'm so excited. If you know anything about scifirom, you know this is like a who's who in the genre. I... Continue Reading →
I've decided to do this fun thing I've wanted to do where I hit some of my favorite scifi trope. A chimera is a blend of two animals into one creature. In this case, it's mixing Scifi with romance to make my favorite kinds of monsters. The first book is all about genetic manipulation and... Continue Reading →
Hi, I’m Jolie, and I’ll be your blogger today. Indies get judged pretty harshly. We all know it, even if we’re slow to acknowledge it. As such, we have more to prove. In my new se… Source: Rookie Writer Mistakes: Is this really necessary?
Portals six is up and running, everyone. Stop by and see what you can find in the wide, wonderful world of SFR. Price: $0.00 Source: Portals: Volume Six by A.R. DeClerck, Alexis Glynn Latner, Aurora Springer, Belinda McBride, Debra Jess, Jessica E. Subject, Maeve Alpin, P. J. Dean, S.M. Schmi
There's this project that I have been included in, and I had to tell everyone. There's a lot of buzz this year about SFR being the next big thing, and I really hope it is. If it is, a lot of the credit goes to a great group of authors who have banded together to... Continue Reading →
They say that art reflects life. Sometimes, I hope they are wrong. But, trends in fiction and entertainment do seem to follow patterns, and reflect the society they depict. In our current events, that reflection includes a higher readership for New Adult fiction, hard erotica and horror. This uptick may mean nothing; or it may... Continue Reading →