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