Hello! Are you an Albertan with a story you want to publish? Here are a couple of helpful links from the Writer's Guild of Alberta, the Association of Canadian Publishers, and Angela Ackerman from Calgary. She has teamed up with Becca Puglisi to create Writers Helping Writers. They have a series of very useful craft books as well as tips on marketing. I hope these can help you on your journey to becoming a published author!
May 29, 2018
May 2, 2018
Like Twilight, but shifters!
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We also have a special edition available for release week only! Don't miss your chance to grab this paranormal suspense by USA Today Bestselling Authors Gina Kincade & Kimberly Gould.
If you missed the special edition, you can still get a print copy here, and we have large print as well.
Here's a teaser from Darkness of Light! (Reverie got a note from Dark Eyes referring to Goldilocks - that's what the porridge thing is about.)
“Reverie. I meant to call earlier. Everything going well?”
“Yes, Grandma. Quiet but good.” She had her back to the door and walked toward the register. The bells jangled behind her.
“Is that someone coming in? I’ll let you go and call back latter.”
“Bye, Grandma.” Rev disconnected the call while she turned. Dark Eyes stood in the doorway holding two cups of coffee. Her lips twitched into a smile at his kindness. “You didn’t have to do that.”
“No.” He walked to the counter and held one out to her. “You looked like you needed it.”
She laughed. “That bad?”
He shook his head. “Never bad. Just bleary-eyed.”
“Yeah, that’s true.”
Silence fell between them and he placed both cups beside the register. His gaze ran over her face and she flushed at his scrutiny. “So, what kind of porridge are you?” she asked, trying to make him feel as on the spot as she did.
“Just right, I hope.”
Unable to bear the curiosity any longer, she blurted out, “What’s your name?”
His grin was so different from Lucius’ broad one. It curved up more on one side than the other and only a few teeth peeked through the gap in his lips. His eyes sparkled, though, giving the impression of amusement.
“Uh, I mean, I’m Reverie Weiss. It’s a pleasure to meet you.” She held out her hand.
Dark Eyes looked at it a moment, then he put both hands on her wrist and stepped closer, pulling her palm to his chest. “I’m Kerwin, and I’m done lurking.”