Not many stories bring me goosebumps, and Bobby successfully managed to do just that. :-)!

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TODAY’S BREW:  Water. Even I stop drinking coffee sometimes.

We have a soft spot for Bobby, and so here you have the opportunity to enjoy another of his amazing works.  We also encourage you to follow his maniacal ramblings on Twitter @D2Dbooks and visit  Seriously.

Christmas with(out) grandpa.

By: Bobby Salomons (Severed Limb Movement)
Partially based on a true story.

It’s been decades, since he passed, my grandfather. A highly decorated World War II Navy-veteran he had spend most of his time submerged under the waves of the Pacific, part of a submarine crew, telegraphing vital messages to and from the Allied Forces.

One unfortunate day the men had even come under friendly fire, taking heavy hits from strafes by British aircraft who saw them for an enemy sub. A group of five, including my grandfather had braved through all odds and stormed onto the deck and waved the…

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Severed Limb Movement

It’s been said one can hear them, howling still, through the forests, the valleys and the hills. It’s been said one can sometimes see them, in the peripheral of your vision, their tall silhouettes flashing by. They watch you, and hear you, they can taste your smell. After so many centuries, they still have no place, doomed to roam forever where none will ever acknowledge them.

In a time, so long ago, that most have forgotten how the world was once ruled by Gods and creatures much mightier than man; A time when animals were beasts, who understood mankind better than man did himself, it was then that justice served through more than the book of law.

Somewhere between the mountains of the Balkans and Carpathians, between ancient Greek and Thracian kingdoms, on the edge of the river Danube lay a small village rich and cultured. They were not with…

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Today just keeps getting Better and BETTER! Thanks to the LoVeLy Sara Fawkes!

Sara Fawkes Writes

photo credit: crsan – via photopincc

I had a wonderful time in Canada visiting my sister and nephew (who holds the title of World’s Cutest and nobody can convince me otherwise! *g*), and now it’s time to announce the winners!!

First off, a special thanks to the Dude and my bestie Erin who used their Interwebz-Fu and helped me compile the final spreadsheet – I’d be lost without them! I want to thank EVERYONE who helped me get the word out for this contest, you are the BEST readers a girl could ask for and I appreciate everything you do and continue doing to help me!!

I’ve also decided to extend the number of winners for signed copies to a total of 5, including the grand prize of the ARC. I’d give ALL the people who helped me a copy if I had enough!!!

Okay, the winners are…

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One of the fellow writers Julie and I met at backspace, Joy Dawn Johnson, asked us to participate in The Next Big Thing Blog Hop, so here we are!  Check out her site, she wrote an amazing young adult fantasy novel called Underlake Academy.

What is the working title of your book?
Kristen–Immortal Dilemma

Julie–Running Home


Where did the idea come from for the book?
Kristen–To get my brain to stop thinking about all the daily nonsense that keeps me awake at night, I make up stories to get myself to relax.  Immortal Dilemma was roughly one of those stories.

Julie–From having my first baby, reading Twilight, hearing the Kings of Leon’s “Closer,” and watching Iron Man.

What genre does your book fall under?
Kristen–New Adult Paranormal Romance

Julie–Paranormal Thriller 

Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?
Kristen–God, I really don’t…

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Another great story added by the Undead Duo!

Deadly Ever After

The Undead Metaphor

My girlfriend picked me up from the train station and took me back to her house so I could drop my stuff off before we went to dinner. I’d been gone for two weeks, visiting relatives in California for the holidays. She’d lost some weight since I had seen her last and was looking more confident and gorgeous than ever. I couldn’t wait to get her into the bedroom. And when we arrived at her place and she said, “I’ve done something different in the bedroom. Can I show you?” with a mischievous glint in her eye, I figured she must’ve been thinking the same thing. I followed her in, watching her hips sway and her bottom move. She stopped and pointed to the bed, which now had a headboard.

“What do you think?” she asked. That’s when I caught movement in the corner.

“HA!” I said…

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Words cannot express the love of all the support. Thanks to my Twitter buddy @D2DBooks for your amazing support.

Severed Limb Movement

“Please allow me to introduce myself,
I’m a man of wealth and taste,
I’ve been around for a long, long year,
Stole many a mans soul and faith,
And I was round when Jesus Christ,
Had his moment of doubt and pain.”

If you know these lyrics, if you like them, if you understand them – go read this story by my Twitter-buddy Zoey:

Devilish Desire by Zoey Derrick.

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Thank you Undead Duo and for sharing my short story.
You guys are the best!

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TODAY’S BREW: Abysmal homemade blend I call French Mintnog Nut. Don’t try it.

The Undead Duo forced Miss Zoey Derrick to write outside of her comfort zone to appease us.   Success! Enjoy this wonderful little read!


Today was such a beautiful day, spending Christmas Day with my family and my boyfriend was something that had scared the hell out of me when the idea was brought up. My boyfriend, Link, is someone that generally gets along with everyone. At least I had no problems getting to know him. Now I am beginning to understand why.

I am panting, out of breath. My heart is pounding out a rhythm beneath my ribs that has my whole body trembling. I’m running. One foot in front of the other, but it feels like I am on a street long treadmill. I can’t get to the end of the block that…

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