*Kermit Flail* March (And Friday!)

So, some rather hoarse apologies from my couch.

I’ve reached the nearly healthy but exhausted stage of the game here, and I figured I’d post Kermit Flail so the happy folks publishing this month can get to celebrating, and I can maybe get to my regularly scheduled life– cause I’m saying, Ick. Airborne. I need to remember it for RT, because I do NOT want to do this again this year.

Anyway– enough of that.

First off on Kermit Flail isn’t a book, it’s a blogging opportunity from Nicole Dennis, and she wants you to celebrate her birthday! Take a look at the link and give her a buzz, okay? Cause she’s kitten-sweet awesome!

http://nicoledennisauthor.blogspot.com/2016/02/help-celebrate-my-40th-birthday.html

Excellent! This is an excellent way to begin our flailing!


And next we have books– lots and lots of books, wonderful books!  

Followed by some info on the Flail and the Backlist Ba-Dump-Bump from yours truly, as well as an interview with the scrumptious Ms. Iris Glass 🙂

So hang in there– writers have been laboring hard for you all– enjoy! YAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAY!!!!

For Never and Always

By Ana Phoenix

Seth finds himself alone at an abandoned train station, with no idea what happened, or how he got there. He boards a train, only to discover it’s a special express transporting the recently deceased to their final destination. The conductor tells him he’s having a near-death experience. Seth wonders if it has something to do with his violent boyfriend, but that doesn’t matter. All that matters is getting the hell off the train before he actually dies. But when he spots his best friend and secret crush among the traveling dead, the urge to leave fades…

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Rise of the Alpha Squirrel: Book Two of the Nutty Romances

by Kate Lowell

Nathan’s met Vince’s family, but Vince hasn’t met Nathan’s, and Nathan would like to keep it that way. Holy smoked almonds, what else do you do when you know how completely nuts your relatives are?

Why, you ease your man into it, by introducing him to normal shifters. Assuming you can find any.

But with a gossipy werehummingbird spreading the news, and a pair of young red pandas wreaking havoc with their fainting goat friends, Nathan’s about ready to climb into a pine cone and pull it in after him.

Then the local playboy weremoose hears about Vince, and Nathan has to find his inner alpha or the consequences will be worse than moldy hazelnuts.

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Sleight of Heart

 by Aisling Mancy 

Lord Taliesin Solitaire was born albino, cursed mute by the fey, and betrayed by a vampire lover. For two hundred years the vampire mage has vowed never to love again and has only used sex as a means to a meal. Until a palm-reading gypsy finds himself in peril and Taliesin can’t resist rescuing the beautiful young man.

Pesha is the eldest but smallest son of King Vaida Sinclair, the oppressive ruler of the Kåle RomaniCompania. Deemed impure by his father, Pesha is shunned and mistreated by his band and four half-brothers, and one brother in particular wants him dead. His pale, silent savior gives him safety, security and a love he never could have imagined. As Pesha falls in love with his handsome white knight, his half-brother does the unthinkable.

Can Taliesin rescue Pesha from the cruel clutches of his half-brother a second time?


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Comfort Zone
by Alexa Milne


What would make you reach outside your comfort zone?

Aron Roberts helped his previous love discover a new one, so now he’s on his own, living only for his work and the times he manages to escape into the sky. He meets Joe Welsh again—a man he met at the roadside a year ago, a man who became an out-of-reach figure in his fantasies. Aron discovers Joe’s life has undergone major changes since their last meeting. The spark of attraction ignites into flames only to be put out by uncomfortable truths.
Can Aron overcome his fears and step out of his comfort zone to find love? Can Joe help Aron to deal with his past and trust him enough to allow Aron into his life?
With the help of family and friends, and a very determined one-year-old girl, Aron and Joe have a journey to make and obstacles to overcome, if they are ever going to get their happy ever after.

Publisher’s Note: This book is linked to Sporting Chance but can be read as a standalone novel.

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Six Days to Get Lucky

by L.E. Franks 


Mixologist Nick Valentine never thought love was in the cards, but after a scorching Valentine’s Day kiss from bouncer Davis “FatBoy” Newman, he’s beginning to think it’s possible. After four weeks of dry spell, Nick’s losing patience—it’s time FatBoy stop acting the gentleman and just throw him over the bar or Nick may just change his mind.

All FatBoy wants is a shot at winning Nick’s heart. As long as meddling bosses, an Irish hurling team and a bar riot don’t ruin his chances forever, he might just get lucky and take the man of his dreams, home.


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Oh yeah! And don’t forget the FREE short out from me this month, Phonebook. Now, it’s $.99 from amazon.com if you like to get your books there, but remember– no one’s twisting your arm to pay the ninety-nine pennies. Hopefully, this story is a little bit like adverbs–very tasty and absolutely free. And if you enjoy it–especially the ABSOLUTELY FREE quality to it that you can get from DSP and ARe, remember that the first in the series– Shirt– will be out in May.

Also…




I JUST found out that The Deep of the Sound has been nominated for an award at The Romance Review. If you enjoyed this book, by all means visit THIS LINK and nominate it.  It needs fifty nominations to move on to the next round, so, uh, you know. Nominate away!




I also had the great distinction of being interviewed by Ms. Iris Glass this last month 😉 You can find the interview right here:


Please ignore the singing– I beg of you.  We’ll just say it never happened, okay?
*whew*  
And ALSO…
About Kermit Flail!– just a reminder that I accept submissions in the last week of the month, AND that I would prefer the cover attachment, blurb, and buy link to be all IN THE BODY of the e-mail. Please, folks, the fewer things I have to open on my computer, the happier moo I am.
And ALSO–
Don’t forget the backlist Ba-Dump-Bump.  This is a one-two person event only, and Alexa Milne said it generated a LOT of interest in the book we presented here last month.  What I want from you is (in the body of the e-mail!) the cover .jpg, buy link, blurb, AND a discussion + youtube videos or buy links (but NOT PICTURES because odds are, I don’t have permission to reprint them here) of what inspired you to write the book, or interesting backstory, or, really, something people may not know about the book itself. This works best if you have a backlist of over ten books–this is a place to bring people’s attention to a book that maybe isn’t so prominent now but that you feel was important.  I’ll be posting the Ba-Dump-Bump on the fifteenth, so I’ll be taking submissions until the 14th.  If I get so many I have to turn you away, I’ll put you on notice for next month, kay?
Anyway– *whew*  There we go. LOTS in the Flail tonight– thanks everybody for being so patient and waiting for me to post it.  I’m going to go sleep off the last of my cold now, because ugh, I don’t want it to visit again.





0 thoughts on “*Kermit Flail* March (And Friday!)”

  1. Thank you, Amy! ❤

  2. Alexa Milne says:

    Thanks again, Amy. And yes I did sell some books after the blog for Sporting Chance.

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