Monday, January 14, 2013

GREAT NEW SITE - Lunch Time Reads!

Lunch hour, particularly during a busy day, is a perfect time to relax and enjoy a fun, exciting, scary, romantic...story. But if you're like me, once you begin reading you don't want to wait to know the ending. That's what makes short fiction the perfect lunch time entertainment. You can start AND FINISH your story in one sitting. 

There's a great new website designed to give you a diverse selection of short fiction. I'm fortunate to have two stories featured there. 

The first is Shitake Happens, which is a prequel to my Shitake Mystery Series. This volume includes two fun Shitake stories:  (1) It Keeps Getting Shitakier - A routine surveillance might have just turned bizarre. 
(2) When The Shitake Hits The Fan- Desperate love turns to desperate measures when a sexy private eye is hired to find out if a man will cheat on his fiancé. Plus, there's a bonus story:
Joe and Florence - A tragic love story of Shakespearean proportions.

The second is Potionate Love, which is about math geek, Tina. She's found a way to get the popular jock at school to fall in love with her...A love potion. It'll work unless her best friend gets in the way.

For the next few days, many of the authors featured at Lunch Time Reads are having a blast blogging about their work and the new site. Here's a list. Pop over and visit them: 

Charlotte Abel -

AND....Leave a comment to this post and you'll be entered to win a free kindle copy of Potionate Love. :  )

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Sacrifice In Stone will be FREE on January 9 and 10 as part of the START WITH A BLAST Free ParTay. 

A warrior trapped by a curse. Only one woman can save him...but giving him back his life may mean she must die.

"If you want a story with steamy sex, self discovery and a tight plot, then you need to read Sacrifice in Stone. I give this story 4.5 cherries." - The Long and Short Of It Reviews

"I've never read a short story before where the characters had such depth. Her books are a pleasure to read. I suggest you do so!" - Scott R., Book Reviewer

Don't miss it!