If reading is your passion, then make sure to check out the Sweet as a Peach, GA Indie Author Event. With around 80 authors in attendance, there’s no shortage of Continue ReadingSWEET AS A PEACH!
I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. I wanted to share with you the interview I did with Northeast Georgia Writers. This is an amazing group of Continue ReadingAuthor Spotlight
Literary Titan Book Awards October 2020
Georgiana Fields and Tarrant Smith takes a walk on the paranormal side with their novels. Last Year’s Winner, Georgiana Fields, returns again this year with another installment of her Crimson Continue ReadingParanormal Captures The Love Bug
Quaid is fighting quite the battle within himself. His losses have been great, and he is struggling to get back to normal. Normal for Quaid is far from the normal Continue ReadingFields wastes no time in bringing the action.
Jenny isn’t like the others. She’s special, but she would never admit it. As a healer, she is able to take away the pain of her patients in the most Continue ReadingFields creates a true standout with Jenny in Book Four!
New post on LITERARY TITAN Crimson Moon by Literary Titan Nicole has found herself in quite the predicament. As an unwanted child left to abusive relatives herself, she Continue ReadingContinue the Dhampir Saga with Crimson Moon!
Crimson Dreams by Literary Titan Rose has not lived the easiest of lives and doesn’t exactly have too many people who will miss her when she’s gone. When she is Continue ReadingAn absolute must-read for anyone who even thinks they enjoy a good vampire story!
I had to share! https://literarytitan.com/2020/04/28/crimson-hearts/ New post on LITERARY TITAN Crimson Hearts by Literary Titan Crimson Hearts, Book 2 in The Crimson Series by Georgiana Fields, is a fast-paced paranormal romance novel. Continue ReadingCrimson Hearts review on Literary Titan!
Hush – by Leanna Sain She dreams of a murder before it happens. A young woman is strangled while her killer sings the words from the lullaby, “Hush, Little Baby.” Continue ReadingHush – by Leanna Sain