Wednesday, August 29, 2012


The Book Waitress Serves Up Evil With A Side of Real Gooooood…

Deena Remiel here with my latest series release, The Book Waitress! Thanks to Leanne for offering up her blog today, and to all of you for sharing in the wicked fun. So I thought I’d share with you my journey to the dark side. Haha!

I started my writing career steeped in romance. I love all the facets involved in such an intricate relationship as love. But as I created my first paranormal romance series, The Brethren, I began to feel something else pulling me in. The DARK SIDE. I had a blast writing as Agremon and Namirha. Evil and snark go very well together. I felt so satisfied after writing those harrowing scenes with Emma enduring Namirha’s torture.

Now, don’t worry! It’s not because I’m sadistic or have turned evil myself. I found these scenes to actually be the hardest, the most challenging, and the most exhausting to write. And I loved it. And I love exploring the theme of Good versus Evil. If you’ve read my work to date, you’ll find that in all my books, no matter how dark, no matter how dire, the Good always find a way to remain sovereign.

So when the idea for The Book Waitress insinuated itself into the nooks and crannies of my brain, I couldn’t resist the call. I’m not saying the series doesn’t have romance. It does! But The Book Waitress is undeniably a foray into dark Urban Fantasy. It’s meaty and juicy, it’s dark and has dark humor, and ultimately, it takes us on a wild ride through Hell, and eventually it will bring us back.

Come enjoy all the tasty wickedness The Book Waitress has to offer. After all, nothing worth everything comes without a price!



Short bio:

It was the mystique of Arizona’s history and landscape that called to Deena and catapulted her career as an author. When she’s not writing romance novels and poetry in the wee, small hours of the morning or in the deep, dark of night, Deena teaches language arts to middle school students. She currently lives in Gilbert with her husband and two children, but New Jersey will always tug at her heartstrings. She loves connecting with her fans, so find her at

The Book Waitress

Camille Dutton learned early in life Satan was not to be trifled with. Escaping his evil clutches as a child, he’s come back with a vengeance for her now.
Derek Galloway’s inquisitive nature has led him to be an award-winning investigative reporter and straight into the path of pure evil.
When a child vanishes from a sleepy island town, Camille, its subdued librarian, becomes embroiled in Derek’s investigation. A satanic cult has plans for the child, while Satan has plans for Camille and the rest of the world. Amidst evil of the most supernatural and human kind, Derek and Camille find a shred of light and goodness in the form of their budding relationship.
First in the Book Waitress Series, the portal between Hell and Earth will be torn asunder, and it will take everything Camille and Derek have and then some to close it. Satan won’t go down easy, but nothing worth everything ever comes without a price.




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Sunday, August 12, 2012


Please Welcome Author Lacey Wolfe!!!

Thank you so much for having me today. It wasn’t too long ago that I released an erotic romance novella titled, Tempting The Manny. Yum. And in my head, the manny is very similar looking to Mario Lopez. *Fans herself.*

So, what was my inspiration for this story? The story really began as something fun. As a writer, I always hit this spot in a story where I sit back and think. What’s next? Do I like what I just wrote? I would then take a step back and write something else. Tempting The Manny started as just something to help me keep my creative energy going.
 But then, all of a sudden, my heroine Olivia, demanded attention. Out of nowhere, she was weaving all these lies and really making a mess of things. And I had to stop all other stories and get this all taken care of. A tale that was meant to be a little fantasy about a single mom hiring a sexy manny, suddenly got a lot more plot. And when the story came to an end, I sat back and thought, I like this and I think others might too. Now the hard part, will others like it?

There are a lot of characters in this book. Besides Olivia, the heroine, and Jamie, the hot manny, we have Morgan and Emily who are the kids in the story. One is young school age and the other just a sweet baby. There is Kelly, the neighborhood gossip queen and her husband who is the guy in the neighborhood who jogs with shorts that are a bit too tiny and you just might get a little peak of a certain body part. And of course, Olivia’s ex has to cause some problems too.

If you’re looking for a story that might be a little different, I really hope you consider Tempting The Manny. I’d love to connect with you, come see me on Twitter, Facebook, and my website.
 And if you want to learn a little more aboutTempting The Manny, you can find out more at these retailers. 

Lacey Wolfe has always had a passion for words, whether it’s getting lost in a book or writing her own. From the time she was a child she would slip away to write short stories about people she knew and fantasies she wished would happen. It has always been her dream to be a published author and with her two children now of school age, she finally has the time to work on making her dream come true.

Lacey lives in Georgia with her husband, son and daughter, their six cats and one black lab who rules the house.


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Gaming Reviews at The Green Room

Just wanted to post a quick plug for my brother Devon and his new blog "The Green Room", a place to find all his latest game reviews written for various publications, as well as random musings and thoughts.

He's fairly new to writing, but has already been embraced by as a talented and valuable writer under the pen name T.Monkey.  Since his modest start he's already published a couple reviews, and hopes to put out a lot more this year.

Check out a couple of his reviews below, all on for the publication above.

You can also keep up to date on his list of latest reviews directly on his blog here:

If you're into games and you want his latest impressions, make sure to check him out! :D 

Twitter - @tokingmonkey
Canadian Online Gamers - T.Monkey

Wednesday, August 1, 2012


Hey all!  Here's a few tips for you summer skin woes!

Your skin's likely going through a lot this summer. Between the sunshine, chlorine, saltwater, sweat and heat, it can be tough to get your glow on. Try these simple tricks and your skin will thank you.

Count to 60 before you rinse off cleanser.
That's how long it takes to work, says David E. Bank, M.D., a dermatologist in Mount Kisco, New York.

Touch your face.
Derms say that massaging while you moisturize ups circulation for a healthy radiance.

Wear lipbalm in the shower.
Apply a thick coat, hop in; let the steam do its thing. Then gently wipe off dead loosened skin cells with a washcloth for seriously silky lips.