Marked Wolf Tarot

Nova doesn’t live a good life. No family, no magic, and definitely no love.
But that all changes when she meets him and discovers his secret talent behind closed doors.

When their two worlds collide, they discover that no matter what anybody says, they are fated to be together. Their romance is written in the stars, and the primal love they share is sealed the first time he . . . heals her.


Since she was ten, her criminal father brought her into a life of theft. Every job gets them by for a little while, but their new one? It has the potential to bring them a bounty like they’ve never seen.

The Moon Diamond is said to possess magical powers, but it’s guarded by a security system unlike any other. So, Nova might be the only person who can crack it and get her hands on that diamond. After all, there’s never been a system she couldn’t break into before.

But when the mark of the Tarot’s Fool appears on her wrist, things are set into motion that can’t be undone.

Sent to an academy where she faces a love triangle between a vampire and a wolf, this steamy, fast-burn romance is enough to make a girl’s head spin.

Oh, and that mark?

It’s a sign of the next Moon Goddess—which hasn’t happened in a hundred years.

Two wolf shifters. A forbidden romance that’s meant to be. A vampire and a wolf fighting for her affection.

And she’s still supposed to save the world?

There’s not enough magic in the world to piece her back together, but her wolf in shining armor is damned sure going to try.


Meet Luna Starling

Luna Starling is an award-winning and bestselling author. Her debut novel was #1 in 12 categories on Amazon during its initial release, including in the Free Kindle Store and in new release categories. It also earned seven book awards, including the First Place in Humorous from The Bookfest, Finalist in the Book Excellence Awards in Romance, Winner in the Winter Pinnacle Book Awards in Romance, and the First Place in Romance from The Royal Dragonfly Book Awards. Her novel received ten glowing editorial reviews, including five-star reviews, and was recommended by the US Review of Books and featured by Midwest Book Review.

Her second novel was #1 in 6 categories on Amazon in the Free Kindle Store during its initial release.

Her writing has been accepted in an anthology and in multiple magazines in the US and U.K.

Luna has a background in dance, piano, and art. She loves cooking and being outdoors. She’s an avid reader of all genres of romance and loves interacting with readers on social media. Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, she now calls Boston home.

The Coupling

A bloodthirsty demon couples to a budding sociopath. They learn they share an addiction to spilling blood. What could go wrong? Shasha Harrings is tasked with leading a federal paranormal crimes unit. With paranormal activity on the rise around the country, her team is charged with stopping the violence. Coming from different federal agencies, each of the four members brings a unique gift with them. As the murder spree moves west, will our team be able to identify the culprits and stop the murders from spreading through the whole country? The Coupling is book 1 in the Shasha’s Team paranormal horror series. If you like fast paced action, page turning stories of the paranormal, powerful demons and soulless murderers, you will love this first installment of M.J. Fitzmaurice’s “hard to put down” series. Buy The Coupling to read Shasha’s first investigation today.

Meet M.J. Fitzmaurice

Born in New Hampshire, teen years spent in Alaska, went to college in Spokane WA, and raised a family in Lodi CA. MJ has done a variety of jobs and lived in a variety of places. The constants have always been family, forests, and fiction. Contact MJ at website www.mjfitzmaurice.com or email [email protected]

Alondra

I fell in love with a goth, but she’s a witch. Starting school at Hawthorne University was not going well, until I met my classmate Alondra. Allie was different. She was goth. But she was also mysterious, confident and fun. I was into that. My name’s Liam. My friends call me Lee. Things got weird after I accompanied her to her haunts. Poltergeists and demons attacked little girls. I watched Alondra help exorcise these ghosts, but some of their evil stuck to me. Well, being attracted to a witch was one thing; dating one was quite another. It seemed the closer I got to Allie, the more her witchcraft endangered my friends. And my soul. You decide. I chronicled everything here in her book. Alondra is a prequel to the internationally bestselling Hawthorne University Witch series. The novel takes place twenty years before Broomstick.

Meet A.L. Hawke

A.L. Hawke is the author of the internationally bestselling Hawthorne University Witch series. The author lives in Southern California torching the midnight candle over lovers against a backdrop of machines, nymphs, magic, spice and mayhem. A.L. Hawke writes fantasy and romance spanning four thousand years, from pre-civilization to contemporary and beyond.

A Single Round : A collection of short stories from a HARD PLACE

A SINGLE ROUND, is a collection of short stories from a HARD PLACE. Stories of moonshine and shotguns, obsession and transcendence, love and darkness, and the blindness of human desire. Each tale follows a painful path to one ultimate realization: the devil’s deal always ends badly, often with a single round.

The head that was found on the blacktop tells a tale in Johnny Fucking Carson.
Tommy watches his dream love become a nightmare in Together Forever.
Fame has a dark side, Becoming Famous echoes the age old warning, ‘Be Careful what you wish for’.
A story of realization, loss, and transformation takes flight in Redwing.
Never judge a book by its cover, even one with fangs, as a surprise awaits in Doc’s Choice.
The Grounded, sometimes the dream of escape should remain a dream.
A tale of a man who fell in love with a woman who forgot him in The Dog Walker.
The Ride will make you second guess what you thought you were sure of.


Meet R A Jacobson

After leaving the north forests and farmland of Saskatchewan, Rick headed to Calgary and the Alberta College of Art. After 4 years of hard work, he came out confused and somewhat lost. Now what?

Rick has been a bouncer (1 week), he has been a radio switcher (1 night) he worked at the CBC (1 month) he was a stuntman (2 action movies that he never saw but he’s not alone in that) he modeled briefly (he was the Jolly Green Giant for a time). Rick has built houses, packed groceries, cut grass, he has written children’s books (4) illustrated children’s books (19). He has worked as an illustrator, a writer, a designer and a painter.
Rick has won awards for his work in advertising and publishing including the Ruth Schwartz Award, the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Award and numerous national and international awards including the Toronto Art Directors’ Awards, Communication Arts Magazine’s Award of Excellence, American Illustration Award of Excellence, and the New York Art Directors’ Award of Excellence. He has been featured in Smithsonian magazine and in The Artist’s Magazine. His commissioned portraits include Margaret Atwood, Robertson Davies, Christopher Ondaatje, and David Thomson.

Rick will be releasing his first collection of stories from a HARD PLACE, ’A Single Round’ on October 24th
He is currently working on the soon to be released “Hard Place” novel.
Both the novel and the graphic novel are scheduled for release in 2021 as well as another collection of short stories, “A Lead Pill”.
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Belial’s Teachings

Living alone and forgotten by almost all those he loved, life does not seem to have much in store for a depressed writer. That until one day, when a mysterious apparition from outside the physical world decides to show him new ways of thinking through intelligent and sometimes humorous observations that challenge the status quo, which will bring change to his life forever. A change that, as he will soon learn, comes first and foremost from within himself.


Meet Vlad Tudosie

Pharmacist turned corporate slave turned editor, who also happens to have spent one of his studying years writing a book, because pharmaceutical chemistry just wasn’t that interesting.