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Exciting News – a New Short Story!

Transmundane Press’s new book of short stories is out, and I’m in it! ON TIME is a massive anthology, with 75 stories by 71 authors and 15 original pieces of art.

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To learn more about my paranormal story, “Wasted,” in this fantastic book, check out my guest post on Transmundane’s blog. https://transmundanepressblog.wordpress.com/2020/10/08/what-if-your-time-was-not-wasted-by-linda-g-hill/

And when you’re finished that, here’s my interview! https://transmundanepressblog.wordpress.com/2020/10/05/linda-g-hill-an-on-time-author-interview/

Here’s a big list of all the places you can buy the book. For the back-cover blurb, see below:

Buy Amazon US                   Buy Amazon UK
Buy Amazon DE                  Buy Amazon FR
Buy Amazon ES                     Buy Amazon IT
Buy Amazon AU                 Buy Amazon CA
Buy Amazon NL                     Buy Amazon BR
Buy Amazon IN                 Buy Amazon JP
Buy Amazon MX
Barnes & Noble
Buy Kobo
Buy the Hardback

…tick-tock-tick-tock-tick-tock-tick-tock-tick-tock-tick-tock…

Are we controlled by TIME’s callous whims? An unyielding, enslaving construct, trapping us within unstoppable second-hands.

Or is TIME an illusion? Changing the continuum’s flow, we unlock forbidden power and break our servitude to existence’s linear chains.

The future affects the past. ON TIME features seventy-plus stories that fling us forward, promise progress while dropping destruction, and replay our regrets.

Will we learn from our mistakes or must we forever remain TIME’s servant?


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New Release – The Magician’s Blood – The Great Dagmaru, Book 2

The Magician’s Blood, Book 2 of The Great Dagmaru paranormal romance series.

“Unforgettable and gutsy. Linda G. Hill is a force to be reckoned with.”  ~ Jessica Cale, bestselling author of Tyburn.

 

He who wants the rose must respect the thorn. ~ Persian Proverb

Herman Anderson is in love. Thrilled to travel across Canada with her boyfriend as his assistant onstage, she returns to her hometown—the first stop on the Great Dagmaru magic tour. Anticipating a reunion with her brother, instead she finds her family has moved without a trace.

Stephen Dagmar’s career as a stage magician is taking off. With Herman by his side, his only concern is her father’s dislike for him. But as Herman’s father makes a prediction and resolves to come between them, Stephen’s family curse returns to haunt him.

Darkness descends as the reality of the Dagmar’s incubus bloodline surfaces for the first time in over a generation. Can Herman and Stephen’s relationship survive this new trial? Will Herman survive at all?

A sinful tale of beauty and romance, love and determination, The Magician’s Blood will chill you and leave you breathless for more.

*18+ Contains explicit scenes.

 

Coming August 10th to Kindle and Kobo. Pre-order today for $2.99 here. Regular price $4.99 – save $2.00!

Paperback available soon.

And if you don’t have it yet, be sure to pick up Book 1, The Magician’s Curse, for FREE here.

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It’s Release Day!

Congratulations, Don, on your new release! Sounds like a great read. 😀

Author Don Massenzio

SAMPLEWell, I’m a bit nervous today. I’m releasing my new book, Extra InningsIt’s my ninth fiction book and tenth book overall.

So, why am I nervous, you might ask?

Well, this book is a major departure from my usual crime/detective drama genre. It has elements of supernatural/paranormal devices and really isn’t at all about crime.

The beta readers were very positive about the story premise and the book overall. I hope that those of you that choose to read it, enjoy the story as much as I enjoyed dreaming it up.

You might be asking: What is it about?

Here is a blurb that sums it up:

Joe McLean hates his life. A lonely, divorced, middle-aged man, stuck in a cramped apartment, the only bright spot in Joe’s life is cheering on his hometown baseball team.

Now, the local stadium, the place of many childhood and adult memories…

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A Special Collaboration

I had the distinct pleasure of collaborating with fantasy romance author D. Lieber on a special project in which our main characters met and had a chat!

A little about D.:

D. writes stories she wants to read. Her love of the worlds of fiction led her to earn a Bachelor’s in English from Wright State University.
When she isn’t reading or writing, she’s probably hiking, crafting, watching anime, Korean television, Bollywood, or old movies. She may also be getting her geek on while planning her next steampunk cosplay with friends.
She lives in Wisconsin with her husband (John), retired guide dog (Samwise), and cat (Yin).

 

Links
Website: http://www.dlieber.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/dlieberwriting
Google+: http://www.google.com/+DLieber
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15163863.D_Lieber
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dlieberwriting/

Her book, The Exiled Otherkin, is set to be released on November 2nd.

Our scene between Ember, the protagonist of The Exiled Otherkin, and Stephen, the main character of The Magician’s Curse, takes place quite by accident. Enjoy!

Stephen and Ember Meet

SETTING: In the catacombs of Rome, a Fae refugee marketplace thrives. Ember has just purchased a replacement boot dagger. As she is leaving the stall, she almost collides with Stephen.

EMBER: (pulls her hat lower) Excuse me.

STEPHEN: My fault entirely. I’m a bit lost.

EMBER: (peeking up at him) It’s my first time here as well, so I doubt I will be of any help.

STEPHEN: If you don’t mind my saying so, you don’t (clears throat) look quite as out of place here as I feel.

EMBER: Is he human? (squinting slightly) How did you get here?

STEPHEN: (smiles) I’m actually not quite sure. I’m looking for a set of knives. I mentioned it to someone in a bar, and the next thing I knew I was climbing down a ladder. The gentleman disappeared after that.

EMBER: (excited over her new purchase) I just bought an excellent dagger from that stall (points). Do you want to see it?

STEPHEN: (nods) How kind of you.

EMBER: (pulls her dagger from her boot sheath) Check it out. You see these two jewels? If you slide this one (slides jewel), and then press this one … (points dagger at a wooden sign above a tavern, then presses the second jewel. The dagger blade shoots out of the hilt and into the sign. Grins at Stephen.)

STEPHEN: (laughs) That’s a little more dangerous than I have a need for. I’m looking for something I can juggle, not kill my audience with. I’m a magician on stage. (looks up at the blade in the sign) Would you like me to get that for you?

Read the rest at D.’s blog and check out the details for The Exiled Otherkin while you’re there!