Thursday, June 14, 2018

Today's focus: Scott Moses Author ~ Giveaway

Scott Moses 

Book release

Book Blurb

Given the choice to wipe-out humanity and turn the world over to Earth’s higher life forms or give humans one last chance, what would you do?

Aliens Anu and Matrona are pissed. Since their last visit to Earth 2000 years ago the world is more intent on destroying itself then ever before. Teaching seven ordinary people the tools to save their world they give humanity nine months to clean up their act.  There will be opposition but good must prevail over evil or else!  Can the human race learn to love each other and appreciate life? Or will dolphins become the predominant life on Earth? 

               Author Bio

The Laughing Warrior Scott Moses is the author of the reviewer acclaimed novel “Between Truth and Eternity”.  His turn-ons include taking long hikes with his dogs, jello wrestling, and homemade chili.  Turn-offs include mean people and driving behind someone with their blinker on for five miles. He lives among the majesty and clean air of the San Francisco Peaks.


Hundreds continued to arrive into the sacred grounds each day. Communities of like-minded pilgrims sprang up sharing their tents and food with anyone who asked.
Cable channels catering to science and science-fiction lovers canceled their programs in favor of broadcasting 24-7 from the site. Interviews with scientists, authors, spectators, and former abductees interspersed the actionless action. The continuous TV coverage kept many would-be trekkers at home.
Two of the more memorable interviews happened at the beginning of the week. The first occurred when a reporter spotted the owner of a national fast food chain. A social network video of him and his family killing an elephant while on safari in Africa elevated him to a loathed anti-hero. Asked why he was there, the owner replied, “God made man superior to all other life. Plus, I got some bad press when I killed that dumb animal. Let’s see what they think of me when I kill these space people.”
The second came when a local TV station interviewed Miss Twyla Faye Barrow of Van Buren, Missouri about details of her abduction. An over-sized woman with bright, multi-colored makeup and a good humored smile recounted her story. She ended with a plea to the aliens. “If you can hear me, please let me know what you used for the anal probe. I have not found anything on earth that comes close and I would like to manufacture them here. Of course, I’ll split the royalties with you, say 20 percent?”
Traditional news stations battled for the best positions to view the gleaming space vehicle. Finance TV told their viewers 100 different ways they could make money from the event. By the end of the week, the State of Kansas made U.S. Route 281 a toll road between the city of Lebanon and the landing spot. Proclaiming the ship a state landmark, they charged fees for entering and camping in the park.
Interest among TV viewers started to decline. Stations devised new ways to keep their audiences interested, but the lack of action made the broadcasts as exciting as airline food. Losing viewers by the score, the news outlets had to think of ways to keep the interest before their ratings dropped further and exploded on the sidewalk like a bag of soup thrown from the Empire State Building. As one producer put it, “It ain’t doing nothing. It just fuckin’ sits there.”
The media’s long-time solution of making stuff up and presenting their fecal matter as truth served them well. Throwing their crap into a yard spreader known as “the news,” they continued to fertilize the seeds of fear and ignorance continuing their quest of splitting the world into separate but equal hate groups.

Aliens, Dolphins and the human race - what could go wrong?

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Don't Miss out ~~ Huge Giveaway


Summer doesn’t officially begin until June 21, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get a head start on it with a romance reads giveaway! You could win a 6-month gift subscription to Kindle Unlimited, a Kindle Fire 7, Amazon gift card, or one of three ebook prize packs.

(Sponsored by the 35 authors listed below)

Alina K. Field • Ann Everett • Anne McClane • April Fire • Ashlee Price • Bethany-Kris • Carrie Pulkinen • Debbie White • Denise Jaden • Donna R. Mercer • Isabella Thorne • Jacqui Nelson • Jana Richards • Jeanne St. James • Jo-Ann Carson • Joanne Dannon • Kat Stiles • Kelli McCracken • Kristy Tate • LA Kirk • Marlow Kelly • Michele Barrow-Belisle • MV Ellis • Quinn • RM Alexander • Rose Pearson • S.L. Sterling • Sahara Roberts • Soraya Naomi • Stephanie Queen • Sydney Aaliyah Michelle • Victoria Saccenti • Weston Parker • Willow Rose • Aileen Harkwood

Our event includes a book fair with 17 FREE ebook downloads available during the event, a store full of Kindle Unlimited romances, and even a bonus giveaway!

Monday, April 2, 2018

Indie Addicts in Los Angeles

2018 begins with a great event, Indie Addicts in LA. I'll be signing all three volumes of the Destiny Series. Tickets are live. Follow the link for more information. 

Friday, March 30, 2018

Jaffareadstoo.blogspot - Interview

Hi Victoria, thank you for spending time with us today. Tell us a little about yourself and how you got started as an author?

First and foremost, I want to thank you for inviting me to chat with you and your wonderful readers about my works. Truly, this is an honor.

My writing journey began many decades ago. I grew up in a home of avid readers. My parents had an extensive library, from Greek mythology to the classics to modern works. I used to stare at the gorgeous leather bound books wondering when I’d be allowed to peruse the edge-gilded pages. Mom must have been watching, because the moment I learned to read, she placed in my anxious hands my own copy of The Mystery of the Black Jungle. The first volume of the Tigers of Malaysia Series, written by Emilio Salgari, Italy’s beloved writer of adventure fiction. There I was at the age of six, exploring the jungles of the Sundarbans in British India, my exhilarated imagination working at top speed. Subsequently, I wrote fantasies and fairytales to use during playtime with my sister and cousins. 

Growing up I kept a diary and a book under my arm at all times. When I was stationed in London with an international carrier, I returned to writing short stories, my favorite pastime. Some I sent to my mother included in weekly letters, others I’ve kept, and the rest I have lost during multiple moves.

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Jaffareadstoo.blogspot - Interview with Victoria Saccenti Author

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

The Fish Tank, by Maria Elena Alonso-Sierra

Critics are raving about The Fish Tank and other Short Stories, by Maria Elena Alonso-Sierra, winner of the Silver/Second place award in the 2018 Feathered Quill Book Award Program for the Short Story category.

"A wonderful collection of short stories. All are engaging and emotional, especially Soul Songs." - Judge at Feathered Quill Book Awards 2018

"The Fish Tank is a gracefully-written, varied collection of entertaining, touching, suspenseful, and thought-provoking short stories. Maria Elena skillfully paints rich scenes and crafts interesting characters. Her prose is vivid and distinct. You will not want to miss this collection!" - NY Literary Magazine.

The Fish Tank is at times fun, exhilarating, haunting and intriguing. The author has done an excellent job of capturing the essence of the short story genre in this fantastic collection --Feathered Quill Book Reviews 

Maria Elena is a marvelous storyteller. She presents her narrative with overwhelming descriptive power and unexpected and surprising twists and turns. Her protagonists are strong and endearing, particularly in her Cuban stories which depict an era of unspoken horrors and frightening scenarios. Each story is engaging, thought-provoking and memorable. This is clearly an author who writes with style and with class.  -Reviewed By Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite

LOVED this book. A must-read for Floridians, Cubans, women, history buffs, and lovers of good books - Gisela Haussman, author and blogger.

The Fish Tank is available at your favorite retailer:

Amazon International

Amazon Print