Posts by Coral

Marked by Odin Release Day Giveaway

Posted by on Oct 20, 2012 | 18 comments

To celebrate the release day of Marked by Odin and the one year anniversary of Broods of Fenrir, I’m giving away a load of stuff! Three prize packs are up for grabs, plus I have a few extra paperbacks kicking around I may give away too if there are lots of entries. Use the rafflecopter at the bottom of the page to enter. Contest closes on release day, November 20th, at 12:01 am. For those of you not in the US, this giveaway is international. What is in each prize pack? Broods of Fenrir totebag Broods of Fenrir paperback Marked by Odin paperback Elements of Rebellion paperback coupon...

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Amazon to Local Writer: “Neener Neener.”

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 | 0 comments

A guest post from obscurity by Anne Holly Amazon taunts me. I know if I close my profile page, it will laugh behind my back. Thus, I must keep staring at it, just to make sure. As I write this, it happens to be October 10, 2012, exactly two years since my first book went up for sale. By some standards, two years is a very short time in a profession. By others, two years is nearly an elder. By Kindle author standards, I feel like I’m settling into middle age somewhere. But I’m rather letting myself go, I admit. Since 2010, I have released two romance novels, five erotic-romance shorts, a...

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Broods Book Two Release Announcement!

Posted by on Oct 10, 2012 | 0 comments

Marked by Odin, the second book in the Broods of Fenrir world will be officially released on November 20th. I expect to have advanced copies available in eBook as early as next week, so please contact me via the about page if you’d like a copy to review. As part of the release day festivities I’ll be doing a giveaway which will kick off here on October 20th. I’ll be adding an excerpt on the Broods webpage next week sometime, but I’ve got the cover and blurb for you to check out while you wait. After killing his sadistic brother, Brand inherits the responsibility for...

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Science Affliction #11

Posted by on Oct 5, 2012 | 0 comments

Here’s your weekly science stuff! Number 1 is a bit of depressing news on the global warming front. We may see a complete collapse of the Arctic sea ice shelf within four years. To cheer you up a bit from that, number 2 is a look at several plants in an MRI. Very awesome! Number 3 is a story about how we may find a better pain killer in the most unlikely place, a black mamba’s mouth. The world really is just awesome. In number 4, French bees invade a Mars factory, eat some M&Ms and then produce blue honey. No, that’s not fiction, I promise. Number 5 is all about how yo...

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Science Affliction #10

Posted by on Sep 21, 2012 | 0 comments

Let’s get right to the science. 1) Some of you may remember my rant from last year denouncing the Council of Europe’s stance on wireless emissions (if not, here’s a link). Today’s first story from ScienceDaily is yet another study that shows no correlation between wireless and the supposed health problems some people say they cause. 2) A bit of cool mad sciencery that will hopefully help explain how life came about on our pretty blue marble. 3) Enjoy this stunning time lapse video of Joshua Tree National Park that was posted at io9. 4) Warp Drive? Why yes, I’ll...

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