Wednesday, May 30, 2018


Hello friends :)

I'm hoping to have at least a short story or chapter to one of my ongoing stories posted in the next few days...maybe sometime this weekend.  In the meantime, I thought it would be fun to share some other good reads to you.  Here is a list for you to check out below. These are published authors who I greatly enjoy, including a link to at least one or two of my favorite books of theirs.  I might be adding a couple more authors in the next day or two, so check back.
    If you want to check out free reads, follow my recommended links on the right-hand side of the blog.

PUBLISHED AUTHORS (Believe me, they're worth spending the money on.)
*A.M. Arthur - If you like Omegaverse, check out the Breaking Free series.  Link to Book 1: Saved: Breaking Free 1.  If you want something more contemporary, The Cost of Repairs series were the first I read by her: Cost of Repairs Book 1.

*Brooke Blaine - I love her Unforgettable duology, as well as the books she's cowritten.  Forget Me Not, Unforgettable Book 1.

*Cardeno C - Cardeno has both standalones and series books.  One of my very favorites is Perfect Imperfections, or the Mates series which has shifters and vampires, and starts with Until Forever Comes.

*Kim Dare - I love Dare's creativity and spin on fairy tales.  The first book I read of hers was With A Kiss, and I still wish she'd write a sequel.  A close second is her take on the ugly duckling with Duck!

*Lane Hayes - She's great at writing series and even crossing them over with other series and characters sometimes, and she offers some free short stories on her blog.  I first read her A Kind Of series, which starts with A Kind of Truth 

*Alexa Land - Her First and Forever series is addictive.  I've reread the books in it numerous times.  They can be read as standalones, but I recommend starting at Book 1 and reading all the way through :) Book 1 is Way Off Plan and stars Jamie and Dmitri, who are still favorites of mine.

*N.R. Walker - It's very hard to pick a favorite here.  I think the Red Dirt Heart books probably top my list though.  Here is the link to book 1: Red Dirt Heart.  If you're looking for something funny though, you have to read about Henry and Reed in The Weight Of It All


  1. Thank you for the recommendations list, I will be checking them out for future reading.

    1. I'm glad you're going to check them out. I'd love to know your thoughts on them if you want to share :)