Happy 2014

To my dearest friends, fans, fellow writers and family – thank you for your support in 2013. I’ve signed two writing contracts and I may have really good news soon. None of this would have been possible without your encouragement and support. I wish you and yours the very best for 2014. Remember if you can dream it – you can be it. God bless.

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Six Sentence Sunday.

I’d love to know what you think of my six sentences. Leave your thoughts in the comments please. Thank you for reading.

“My fingers hover over the girl’s open chest and crackle when they make contact with her cold, near lifeless skin. Streaks of white light escape my fingers and flow inside the girl. Her chest closes up. She’s breathing a few moments later. I stare at the fading rays of light in my hands. I’ve burned up too much energy bringing her back to life, and it’s taken a toll on me. My mind and body go completely numb before I pass out.”

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Review of Ribbon of Darkness by Decadent Kane

I’ve had the honor of reading an amazing, absolutely fresh take on a Christmas story with a difference.

Ribbon Winters freaks out when her ears suddenly turn pointy. The last thing she expects is to learn her blood line leads all the way to the north pole. As if that doesn’t add to her troubles, Ribbon learns that the hot customer she met at her parent’s shop is hiding a dark secret. One thing is obvious though. He’s after Ribbon all right.

Draven North can’t deny his attraction towards Ribbon and he can’t forget his ultimate goal.

Ribbon of Darkness is cleverly written. I loved the characters’ names, the expressions and the brilliant concept of a unique take on ” The Elves who saved Christams”.

Ribbon of Darkness gets 4 stars from me. I smiled until the last page.