#FreeRead #Friday – When The Gods Meet For Coffee

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 What happens when the Gods get together over coffee? Hilarity, that’s what. It’s not easy walking among mortals, but it’s even rougher having to spend an eternity with people you just can’t stand. Check out Central Perk on 5th & Olympus, a free read/download at Smashwords.

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#Free #FridayReads: Being One Of The Annointed Is Tough

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This is it, ladies and gentlemen! The end times! The apocalypse! Pastor Al Purifoy and his deacons have the inside scoop on the exact date that the world is coming to an end, and now they’re tasked with choosing who gets let in on the secret.

It turns out to be a little more difficult than they thought, weeding out the less-than-worthy of God’s grace, and with a spitfire named Lydia along for the ride, it’s going to get bumpy!

Read Shall We Gather (FREE!) on Smashwords or Wattpad.

Read A Copy Of My New Year’s Eve Novella – FREE!

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That’s right! Happy end of a really crappy year for most people – ring in the new year with a steamy romance FREE!

Lauren prides herself on being a professional woman with one hard and fast rule: don’t ever date anyone you work with. That all goes to hell the minute Ross strolls in the door, with a wicked accent, a rocking body and a face chiseled by angels. Add to that his single-minded determination to get to know Lauren on a more-than-professional basis, and all her carefully crafted rules begin to blur. From the company holiday party to a New Year’s Eve masquerade ball, Ross teases and torments until Lauren decides to send the old year out with a bang. A really, really good bang.

Just head over to Smashwords and use this code: WS63T to claim your free copy. The download is good on all tablets and e-readers (including Kindle!) or you can read via their online portal. Enjoy!

#FreeRead Friday: What Happens When You Confront Death In A Shopping Mall?

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In my short story, Cashing In, we see a very determined young woman confronting death – but not in your usual sort of way…


She found him playing pinball in the shabby arcade inside what used to be a bustling mall. It was half-closed down now, stores boarded up and bankrupt, and rumor had it the Mall was on its last legs.
It figures, she thought.
There was still something of a food court – a McDonald’s and two sandwich places next to a few chipped tables and graffiti-spattered chairs. She could see people talking over milkshakes and Happy Meals from her vantage point near the change machine. Oblivious. The world was oblivious.
She, however, was not. Continue reading