Publisher Eternal Press

Publisher Eternal Press
Love and the Paranormal

Monday, February 25, 2013

 Lessons for the Innocent Heart
    I am always amazed at the lack of real romance these days. I hope you understand that sex is not romance and a woman must hold herself in high regard. I know it isn't Regency England but the same rules apply.
     If you want a man to respect you, you must be as chaste and innocent as you can be and have brains. If the milk is given freely, who needs to buy, house and feed the cow? You must also understand the male species. He wants something all his own. He never likes to share or have sloppy seconds. No one will respect you if you don't respect yourself. Start fresh for each day holds a new promise of love and remember, you are a precious gem.  Hold your head up high and respect your body and yourself. Let no one take advantage of you or count you cheap. You are priceless .
Linda Hays-Gibbs
Angel in My Heart, Devil in My Soul
My Angel, My Light As Darkness Falls
BoM Nov. 2012

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Delighted today to have as my guest Tony Thorne. Thank you so much for stopping by. Let me offer you a cup if tea. You being English I made it tea today. Please let us hear about you. I want to know everything! So who is Tony?
Tony Thorne MBE is an Englishman, born and technically educated in London, England, as a Chartered Design Engineer. He lives in Austria in summer and the Canary Island of Tenerife in winter. Earlier in life he, wrote science-fiction and humorous stories, was an active SF Fan, and a spare time lecturer for the British Interplanetary Society. For developments in the field of low temperature (cryo)surgery instruments, and very high temperature processing furnaces for carbon fibre, and nuclear grade graphite, the Queen awarded him an MBE.After many subsequent business adventures, including the development of AI computer software for business applications, he retired, and is now an author of quirky speculative fiction; mostly tall Science Fiction and Macabre tales, with over 100 short stories published in many magazines, various collections, and many anthologies including eight from Whortleberry Press. His first novel, POINTS OF VIEW,was published in 2012 by Eternal Press, Santa Rosa, CA. Much more information is as listed on his

Tell me something interesting about your life that few people know.
Back in 1969 I emigrated from Kent, in England, to Zurich in Switzerland, with my wife and two daughters, in my ownsmall boat across the English Channel to France, and then up into the Rhine Estuary, Germany, before heading south. We had some fascinating adventures, and when the river ran out of safe water near the Swiss border, the boat had to do the last bit on a trailer..! Later I bought a larger boat in Finland and sailed it, mostly single handed, to Guernsey, in the British Channel Islandsvia a London stop, for a Tall Ships Festival.

Tell me about your interests?
Having given up boating now, I love writing and reading, plus music and the theatre.

Who is your favorite author and a book?
Harry Harrison, and his Stainless Steel Rat series.

What made you start writing?  What made you write this story?
I began writing as a little lad, telling my tales to my younger brothers and sister. Then when I left college, I became an avid SciFi fan and started writing. I sold my first short story,Timely Encounter, soon afterwards. Then my day job suddenly expanded, and I found myself running an international R & D company, specializing in Applied Physics products. This eventually resulted in the Queen awarding me an MBE for developments in high and low temperature processes. My fiction writing ceased, but I did have some poems published, until around 2001 when I retired and began writing short stories again. Then I met Harry Harrison, at a Eurocon in Copenhagen, who read and wrote an introduction to my award winning Tenerife Tall Tales trilogy. He insisted that I write a novel, if I wanted to get anywhere… so I did.  Tragically he died in the same week that I received my first copy of POINTS OF VIEW from the publisher in America. It was to have been for him..!
What time period is this story? What genre?
POINTS OF VIEW takes place in the near future and is a SciFi, spy adventure, tale for young readers of all ages, especially those new to the genre.

Are you interested in other genre?
Yes, I also write Macabre Tales, up to novella length. Myrecent MACABRE TALES collection also won an award and is beginning to be recognised.

Give me an Excerpt and brief Synopsis of your first novel.
Prologue: Agent Mayberry gave his flippers a final, triumphant flick as he swam up to the low stern of the drug baron’s large, expensive yacht. He pulled himself up andclimbed quietly over the guard rail. He removed his helmet, flippers, and breathing apparatus and waited, listening for a few moments. All was quiet, other than the faint sounds of late night jazz music coming from the casino in Saint Tropez.
He crept forward to the main stairway and descended it slowly. He reached the lowest stair, just as the main cabin door opened suddenly, and a waiter with a tray began to back out from it. Agent Mayberry waited until the man had closed the door before giving him a precision tap to the back of his neck with the gun barrel. He grabbed the tray crisply with his free hand and held it as the waiter slid down to the floor in an untidy heap. Balancing the tray carefully on the lifeless body, he leaned over for a look through the keyhole but was unable to see anything due to a key being in the lock. Hardly making a sound, and his gun at the ready, he opened the cabin doorslowly and looked in.
The portly gangster was snoring softly, sound asleep in an armchair, with an empty bottle on the table beside him. Agent Mayberry holstered his gun and pulled out a pair of handcuffs from his waterproof hold-all. He snapped one cuff around the metal frame of the chair and the other one around the man’s wrist, who did not stir. After trying to awake him with a couple of slaps to no effect, the intrepid agent decided the gangster must be drugged.
He glanced around the cabin and noticed a safe with its door hanging wide open on one wall. Of course, the waiter had to be responsible. He dashed back out of the cabin and grabbed the waiter’s tray again and examined what was on it. Yes, there it was, under the cloth cover—the secret file he wanted. Agent Mayberry allowed himself a triumphant grin; another mission accomplished successfully. He opened hiscell phone and called HQ. “You can send the SWAT team in now, to pick him up, and  I’ve captured someone else who was after the file. Have a look at him.”
He aimed the cell phone at the waiter and pressed the camera button. After a few moments, there was a gasp from his chief at HQ. “Well done, Agent Mayberry. That’s Igor Ivanovov. We’ve been after him for some time.”

               * * *

He awoke with a contented smile for Mrs. Enright, the house-keeper, as she entered his bedroounseen and placed a tray on his bed beside him. “Wake up, Master Horace. It’syour breakfast time.”
Short synopsis: A blind young Londoner, Horace Mayberry, always wanted to be a secret agent, but can only dream about being one. Later, he is persuaded by a government scientist to be fitted with intelligent nanotronic eyes, possessing super-human abilities. After training, he is recruited as an apprehensive assistant to an experienced secret agent, CaptainAubrey Jackson. The two agents undertake a series of adventures, which include computer hacking, Horace experiencing the adverse effects of WiFi radiation, and being kidnapped twice by an international gang of terrorists, His experiences affect his dreams and personality, and cause his eyes to develop amazing new properties when he needs them. The action takes place in and around London, the Channel Island of  Guernsey and the magical Canary Island of Tenerife.
Who is the Hero or Heroine? What motivates him? Is the hero having a hard time?
Horace Mayberry is my young hero, and Janet Mercer is hisolder girl friend. He is an apprehensive, innocent youth, buthis experiences as a secret agent soon begin to change him. He becomes somewhat headstrong and impulsive. He is not sure if he can trust his seniors and the people he meets, especially as he soon suspects they only want him for what his amazing eyes can do for them.

Who would you get to star in a movie to be one of the characters?
I believe Danny de Vito would do a great job as the chief terrorist, Rudolph Beckmann.

What is next for you?
I’ve been approached by a professional Canadian screenwriter who is now preparing the first novel as a screenplayHe also likes the sequel..!

Do you have another book you are writing? Tell us about it.
I’ve just completed the first sequel to the novel, entitled PoV2– The Weapons. A couple of advance reviews are in and they say it is even more exciting than the first book. Now I’m working on the next one, PoV3 – The American Connection.

What is the book you wish you had written?
Almost any one of Harry Harrison’s Stainless Steel Rat Series

Where can we buy your book?
All my Paperbacks and eBooks are available from all the usual outlets, including, Amazon, B& N, WH Smith, etc. Just enter Thorne MBE against the book Search prompt.

Where can we find you?
My website, with loads of information and the latest news blog is on: and I also have some information on FaceBook and Twitter.

Is there anything else you would like to add?
To any other budding authors reading this, I’d like to insist… NEVER give up… just try to stay healthy and live long enough.

Cheers and Many thanks for having me today!

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Great interview today/ HORROR Lovers Special Treat


Ross S. Simon
Author of : Red Dahlia (forthcoming); The Snow. 

Ross S. Simon was born Sam Ridings in La Crosse, WI in 1979. He moved at age nine to Santa Cruz, CA, where he still lives. He graduated from Cabrillo Community College, Aptos, CA, in 2005 with an AA in Basic Liberal Arts. His hobbies include pinball gaming, collecting pop memorabilia, and reading very interesting novels.
That's (pretty much) All, Folks.

Horror Lovers! We have a treat today! Famed Horror Writer Ross S. Simon is here!
Pull up a chair and have a hot cup of coffee or cocoa. 
Here is the man. It is such a pleasure to have you here today Ross.
Thank you Linda I am excited to be here too.

Ross tell me what are your interests?
My interests involve collecting quantities of items that could be called pop memorabilia; posters, comic books, CDs of 90s music, and, Lord knows, some vintage toys.  Also, I'm an avid pinball gamer, play some video games (mainly as compensation for the childhood Nintendo my parents chose to deny me on grounds of ADD), and reading quite fascinating novels, which are another thing I forgot to mention that I sometimes collect.

What other types if books will you be writing?
 I'm interested in writing many other genres of fiction; sci-fi, crime drama, comedy novel—in fact, I'll probably have written, in my lifetime, at least one story in every fiction genre known to man.  Yet, since my choices of what to write are so haphazard, probably I'll only have come close.

Tell us about the hero of your story, what is he like?

The hero of my story is Commodore Clifford Selickton RN (Ret.), who sojourns indefinitely to Raj India following World War I, meets/woos/wins a beautiful young Hindu priestess named Virhynda, and they have a baby girl.  But this baby girl happens to be the very incarnation of Kali-Ma, the Hindu demon goddess.
What is their interests or motivations?

 Selickton is motivated at first by a desire for peaceful surroundings after a war as horrible as he's sweated through, but later, after what a native holy man close to him makes clear, his desire is eventually (and with some proof, at that) to do something to save mankind from being slaughtered in Kali's bloody storm of hell-fire.
What else have you been working on?

Just on the horizon is a handful of short stories in horror that I've been working on, but will especially jam down on this summer.  Watch for one or more of the following brief chiller yarns: "Tourist Attraction," "By A Bloody Head," "Strange Bedfellows," "Vein Transplant," "Meat."

Do you have a blog or other places where we can keep up with your progress?
 Although I haven't quite found the energy to keep up a blog, my FB connection is as follows:
(Yes, really. LOL)
There you have it.  Thanks, Linda.
Ross S. Simon

My wonderful romance paranormal regency books are on sale today! Plz RT

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Hop over to the other authors for more prizes!!!!
Hop Hop HOP
Happy Valentines Day. Hop. It lasts till 17 th when announce winner go comment win prizes of ebooks eight authors eight ebooks plus one drawing for all eight free hurry enter Hop Hop Hop
Good Luck

Barbara Winkes - Winter Storm (sequel to Autumn Leaves)
Em Epe – Only Because it was You, Gus McRaidy
Gianna Bruno - The Journey or Hot Chocolate Kiss (winner's choice)
Jacqueline Paige – Salvation
Leanna Harrow - Killing the Desire
Linda Hays-Gibbs - Angel in My Heart, Devil in My Soul
Maeve Alpin - Conquistadors In Outer Space

Stephani O'Hanlon - Affaire de Coeur

Eternal Press Authors for Eternal Love
Valentines Blog Hop and Contest!

Readers! Would you like to win free E-books from your favorite Eternal Press authors?
Rules: Each time a "Hopper" leaves a comment and email address on a participating author's blog, the "Hopper gets another entry in the drawing (8 possible entries)!!

Comments will be tallied from February 14, 2013 through February 16, 2013 at midnight (eastern time). The winner will be drawn on February 17, 2013.

We've made it easy because we Love our Readers!

Welcome to my Valentine's blog today!

Happy Valentines Day 
All you sweet People 
Be my Valentine
You have My Heart now Read My Contest for the Blog Hop
When you think of the best lovers in Paranormal Romance you have a very extensive group of lovers to consider:  Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts, Angels, Men, Women, Gargoyles, Aliens, Monsters, Zombies, horror characters, Scifi characters, etc. so I thought very carefully about this. Who would curl my toes on Valentines Day?  If I had my choice? I would love to see Channing Tatum or Gerald Butler as a hot Vampire. Think about sliding your fingers into their hair and having a bite. Oh me oh my that sounds delicious but you also have to consider they would be a little cold. If they were werewolves they would be hot and passionate too with all that fur to keep you warm.  So I have to say the werewolf hotty would be a big turn on. I choose werewolf hotty Gerald Butler with his Scottish accent and puppy dog werewolf eyes to lick a few kisses on me. We could howl at the moon together but if he could also be a vampire we have the ultimate paranormal lover with passion and powers. So I choose A werewolf vampire Gerald Butler as the ultimate lover. Whew!  I get feint just thinking about him. Now what do you think about mine and what is yours for a chance to win?
Remember to visit all the authors below and leave a comment and email address
for an entry to the
Eternal Press Authors for Eternal Love Valentines Blog Hop and Contest

Barbara Winkes - Winter Storm (sequel to Autumn Leaves)
Em Epe – Only Because it was You, Gus McRaidy
Gianna Bruno - The Journey or Hot Chocolate Kiss (winner's choice)
Jacqueline Paige – Salvation
Leanna Harrow - Killing the Desire
Linda Hays-Gibbs - Angel in My Heart, Devil in My Soul
Maeve Alpin - Conquistadors In Outer Space
Stephani O'Hanlon - Affaire de Coeur


Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Eternal Press Authors for Eternal Love
Valentines Blog Hop and Contest!

Readers! Would you like to win free E-books from your favorite Eternal Press authors?
Rules: Each time a "Hopper" leaves a comment and email address on a participating author's blog, the "Hopper gets another entry in the drawing (8 possible entries)!!

Comments will be tallied from February 14, 2013 through February 16, 2013 at midnight (eastern time). The winner will be drawn on February 17, 2013.

We've made it easy because we Love our Readers!

Welcome to my Valentine's blog today!


Remember to visit all the authors below and leave a comment and email address
for an entry to the
Eternal Press Authors for Eternal Love Valentines Blog Hop and Contest

Barbara Winkes - Winter Storm (sequel to Autumn Leaves)
Em Epe – Only Because it was You, Gus McRaidy
Gianna Bruno - The Journey or Hot Chocolate Kiss (winner's choice)
Jacqueline Paige – Salvation
Leanna Harrow - Killing the Desire
Linda Hays-Gibbs - Angel in My Heart, Devil in My Soul
Maeve Alpin - Conquistadors In Outer Space

Monday, February 11, 2013

Sunday, February 10, 2013

  1. Win a copy of My Angel, My Light As Darkness Falls or Angel in My Heart Devil in My Soul at the Valentines Day Blog Hop at Eternal Press and here.
Here are the rules

Blog Hop Title: Eternal Press Authors for Eternal Love Valentines Blog Hop and Contest
Rules: Each time a "Hopper" leaves a comment and email address on a participating author’s blog, the "Hopper" gets another entry in the drawing. 
Comments will be tallied from February 14, 2013 through February 16, 2013at midnight (eastern time). The winner will be drawn on February 17, 2012.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

It is my pleasure to introduce this great author's story about her book.  It is very interesting so enjoy.

Human No Longer Backstory

By Kathryn Meyer Griffith


Amazon Kindle address:


Human No Longer. It’s my 17th published book – yeah! – and my fourth vampire novel. First, let me tell you where I got the idea for it. About five years ago, I was still trying to please the agent (who I no longer have) who’d sold four of my earlier paperback novels to Zebra in the 1990’s and, because she didn’t seem to like any of my new potential concepts, I asked her what she would like to see. Out of nowhere, she said, “You know your 1991 Zebra vampire novel, Vampire Blood? I liked that one a lot. The characters. Well, how about writing me a sort of sequel with basically the same cast, but with this premise: A woman, a mother, after being turned into a bloodthirsty vampire, must learn to adapt to the human world and still be a good mother. You know, how would she deal with everything when she had children she loved; didn’t want to hurt or leave them…but still had the need to feed on blood? Still had all the urges and desires of a vampire?

Yikes. I hated the idea but, to please her, I went ahead and begrudgingly wrote the book. I tentatively called it The Vampire’s Children or The Vampire Mother or something like that. I finished it. Not too happy with it. I had never liked writing what other people wanted me to write. Stubborn, I guess.

My agent, in the meantime, had begun her own online erotic (which I don’t much care to write) publishing company and when I’d gotten done with the novel she was too busy to even read the finished book. She handed it off to an apprentice intern. An intern? What? Who didn’t like it at all. Duh. So, disgusted, I tucked the file away on my computer and, fed up with the whole agent thing, returned to writing what I wanted to write. An end of days novel called A Time of Demons and a new vampire novel where the evil vampire wasn’t a mother. In 2010 I went with a new publisher, Kim Richards at Damnation Books/Eternal Press, and she contracted not only those two books but asked me if I’d like to rewrite, update and rerelease all 7 of my older out-of-print Leisure and Zebra paperbacks going back to 1984. Heck yes, I said! So for the next 2 years I was busy doing that. Some of those books were over twenty-five years old and very outdated. Their rewriting, editing and rereleasing took a lot of work and time.

Then, in late 2012, I decided to take a very old book of mine (Predator) which was contracted to Zebra Paperbacks in 1993 but, in the end, never actually released, and just for the heck of it, as my 16th novel, self-publish it to Amazon Kindle Direct. Just in ebook form. A kind of grand experiment. The first time I’ve ever tried self-publishing. See how it’d sell. Dinosaur Lake. A story about a hungry mutant dinosaur loose in the waters of Crater Lake that goes on a rampage. Hey, I wrote Dinosaur Lake before Jurassic Park, the book, ever came out! Really. I had my cover artist, Dawne Dominique make a cover for it…and it was stunning with a dinosaur roaring on the front. And I did everything else myself. Editing. Proofing. Formatting. With forty years and endless publishers behind me I felt I was capable. And it’d been selling so well I decided to self-publish another one…and I remembered the mother/vampire book. Hmmm. So I revamped (ha, ha, inside joke), polished, and self-published it, as well. I retitled it Human No Longer. Got my fabulous cover artist, Dawne Dominique, to make me a lovely haunting cover with a troubled-looking woman standing outside a spooky house, with two children behind her in its shadows, on the front and voila! All in all, I don’t think the book turned out half bad. In fact, with the changes I made I think it’s not bad at all. Now I just hope my readers will like it.

So that’s the story of Human No Longer. My 17th published novel.***


About Kathryn Meyer Griffith...

Since childhood I’ve always been an artist and worked as a graphic designer in the corporate world and for newspapers for twenty-three years before I quit to write full time. I began writing novels at 21, over forty years ago now, and have had seventeen (ten romantic horror, two romantic SF horror, one romantic suspense, one romantic time travel, one historical romance and two murder mysteries) previous novels, two novellas and twelve short stories published from Zebra Books, Leisure Books, Avalon Books, The Wild Rose Press, Damnation Books/Eternal Press and Amazon Kindle Direct.

I’ve been married to Russell for almost thirty-five years; have a son, James, and two grandchildren, Joshua and Caitlyn, and I live in a small quaint town in Illinois called Columbia, which is right across the JB Bridge from St. Louis, Mo. We have three quirky cats, ghost cat Sasha, live cats Cleo and Sasha (Too), and the five of us live happily in an old house in the heart of town. Though I’ve been an artist, and a folk singer in my youth with my brother Jim, writing has always been my greatest passion, my butterfly stage, and I’ll probably write stories until the day I die…or until my memory goes.

 Here is an excerpt from Human No Longer

Blurb of Human No Longer, a vampire novel by Kathryn Meyer
     Jenny and Jeff Sanders become victims of a bizarre crime; leaving Jeff dead and Jenny in a temporary coma. She returns to her children. With Jeff’s death she must move back to
her childhood home, a haunted farmhouse, in Summer Haven, Florida, where once they destroyed a family of vampires.
     Jenny has no appetite. She’s edgy. Her eyes hurt. She thinks it could be trauma or grief. Until one night she can’t resist the night woods or the overpowering urge to drink warm animals’ blood –and accepts the truth. Her attackers were vampires.
     Now she'’s becoming what she once reviled. She can'’t abandon her children but must find a way to live in the human world. At night she hunts, in the day hides what she’'s becoming and attempts to fit in.
     Then townspeople begin dying. Like years before. With her blackouts, she fears she may be the killer, or is it her vampire attackers? For they've found her and demand she joins them –or her family will die.
     She resists until they kidnap her children. Then she has to find a way to outwit and ultimately destroy them.

 EXCERPT 2 of Human No Longer by Kathryn Meyer Griffith:

Shutting her eyes, she lingered at the door and listened to the night animals beyond the glass. They were frolicking out there in the autumn murkiness among the crispy leaves and cool dirt covered ground. Little creatures, with nocturne eyes and speedy feet, full of hot blood.

The mother in her fretted over leaving her children alone in the house but the hunger overpowered the mother and she snuck outside into the darkness.

She told herself they’d be fine. She’d be back shortly. That she should reward herself for her self-restraint all day. She hadn’t attacked one living person. Hadn’t gone crazy or hung from the rafters by her feet. She’d done well.

She told herself that killing innocent little animals wasn’t all that creepy, wasn’t all that bad, considering the alternative. It didn’t work. She loved animals and hated having to kill them at all for any reason. Or had. But, she had to keep reminding herself, animals died every minute of the day to fill humans’ stomachs. Right? Was what she did any worse than that? All she wanted was their blood. It was her food.

She felt guilty only until she captured the large fox, humanely snapped its neck to drink the blood (which tasted better than anything she’d ever drank or eaten) and then was too exhilarated to think of anything but further feeding her hunger; not even that she could run faster than she ever had, could see like an owl through the darkness, smell her prey miles away and that her teeth were changing. When she stuck her finger into her mouth she could feel the points. Oh, great. Little fangs. Oh, Lord, could this get any weirder? She thought about those horror movies she’d seen over the years where some unlucky human had been bitten and was slowly turning into god-knows-what and couldn’t believe or accept it. Was in shock. Now she knew exactly how they’d felt.

Though, in the end, she did feel regret for killing the poor fox and the one the night before. But, yes, it was better than feeding off homo sapiens. Damn straight it was.

After ingesting the blood she felt as if there was nothing she couldn’t deal with. No problem she couldn’t solve, no disaster she couldn’t avert. She was superwoman.

This wasn’t so bad, was it? It’d occurred to her perhaps if a good person became a vampire that might be the key. Good person equals good vampire? Bad person equals bad vampire? She could only pray that was the case. Oh, it could be worse. She could lust after human blood and not be able to resist. Now that would be a deal breaker.

She absorbed the night poised beside a towering tree, its limbs shifting in the wind; inhaled the dizzying perfumes of the forest. Her lips on the verge of smiling. She felt better than she had since she’d come out of the coma weeks ago.

Her new world revolved around her in slow motion. The night birds cooed in their nests. The air danced among the dying leaves. Insects skittered between limbs and under bushes. On the breeze there were aromatic wisps of brewing coffee and chocolate (cake she thought), fresh baking bread and as always now, blood. Animal blood in the small bustling creatures hiding out all around her and in the distance the cloying scent of human blood. Her children asleep in their beds. Amazing.

God, the night was beautiful.

That’s when she saw the pale figure hiding between the trees to her left. A tall man dressed in drab clothes watched her.

She merged deeper into the woods among the thicker underbrush but when she looked back, he was still on the fringe observing.

Waves of uneasiness rippled through her and the vertigo was unbalancing. This man stalking her wasn’t her friend. This man was dangerous. If he was a man.

She ran all the way home at a speed she never would have imagined a human capable of. More like flying really. Her feet barely touched the ground, her night eyes so keen she never once collided with a tree or stumbled over a rock.

Within seconds she was inside the farmhouse peeking out the windows; the mysterious stranger nowhere in sight. Thank God.***



Novels and short stories from Kathryn Meyer Griffith:

Evil Stalks the Night (Leisure, 1984; Damnation Books, 2012)

The Heart of the Rose (Leisure, 1985; Eternal Press Author’s Revised Edition 2010)

Blood Forge (Leisure, 1989; Damnation Books Author’s Revised Edition, 2012)

Vampire Blood (Zebra, 1991; Damnation Books Author’s Revised Edition, 2011)

The Last Vampire (Zebra, 1992; Damnation Books Author’s Revised Edition 2010) You Tube Book Trailer:

Witches (Zebra, 1993; Damnation Books Author’s Revised Edition 2011)

The Nameless One (short story in 1993 Zebra Anthology Dark Seductions; Damnation Books Author’s Revised Edition, 2011) 

The Calling (Zebra, 1994; Damnation Books Author’s Revised Edition, 2011)

Scraps of Paper (Avalon Books Murder Mystery, 2003…soon to be an Amazon Kindle Direct ebook)

All Things Slip Away (Avalon Books Murder Mystery, 2006; Amazon Kindle Direct paperback & ebook 2012)

Egyptian Heart (The Wild Rose Press, 2007; Author’s Revised Edition, Eternal Press 2011) My self-made

Winter’s Journey (The Wild Rose Press, 2008; Author’s Revised Edition, Eternal Press 2011) You Tube Book Trailer address:

The Ice Bridge (The Wild Rose Press, 2008; Author’s Revised Edition, Eternal Press 2011) You Tube Book Trailer:

Don’t Look Back, Agnes novella & bonus short story: In This House (2008; ghostly romantic short story out; Eternal Press 2012) You Tube Book Trailer:

BEFORE THE END: A Time of Demons (Damnation Books 2010) You Tube self-made Book trailer with original song

The Woman in Crimson (Damnation Books 2010) You Tube Book Trailer Link:

The Complete Guide to Writing Paranormal Fiction: Volume 1 (I did the Introduction)

Dinosaur Lake (from Amazon Kindle Direct 2012)

4 Spooky Short Stories (Amazon Kindle 2012)

Telling Tales of Terror(I did the chapter on the Putting the Occult into your Fiction)

Human No Longer (Amazon Kindle 2012)


My Websites: (to see all my book trailers with original music by my singer/songwriter brother JS Meyer)