Thursday, November 08, 2007

Thursday Thirteen

Thirteen Reasons you should
check out Veterans: Nothing to Lose
by Mechele Armstrong
when it releases SOON

1. It has a tortured hero, Richard Rollins, who must come to terms with the sins of his past.

2. It's hopefully HOT. One my of my critique partners says it's one of the sexiest stories I've ever written.

3. It's a romance!

4. It's about a veteran, Rich, who served in the army in the Iraqui war. And it is Veteran's Day on Sunday.

5. It's a menage.

6. It's loosely connected to three great other books in the Veterans series, For the Love of the Corps by Bobby Michaels, Risen from Ash by Rachel Bo, and Through the Fire by Liz Andrews. But all the books stand alone and also do not have to be read in any order.

7. Bryan Gauld, the other guy in the menage, is darn hot. So it's like a two for one sale, two hot guys for the price of one book *G*.

8. Niki Gauld is an outspoken, mischevious woman who knows what she wants. She's not a simpering flower. I think I'd like her in real life so you might, too.

9. There are a few twists and turns along the way. What fun would it be if the path of love ran smooth?

10. There are toys and Rich gets to have a lot of fun, which makes Niki and Bryan have fun, too.

11. It has a great cover!

12. While Rich is the tortured hero, there's a lot of light moments along with some humor.

13. Niki and Bryan aren't about to let Rich get away. Find out how they reel him in! Veterans: Nothing to Lose releases on Tuesday.

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Blogger Ann Aguirre said...

Congrats on your release!

12:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't cry "I need help!" yet go home and turn on the television. The gods don't respect this.
There is no such things as a savior. This is yet another tactic they have employed as temptation, much like "earning" or distractions.
You have to save yourself.

The Man in the Moon clue:::A constant companion, the "Man in the Moon" clue needs to be viewed as a reminder, for this environment is one in which it is very easy to lose your way, either via temptation or distraction.
Look to the sky. Begin to associate the Moon with the clue they impart with this celestial feature. Use it as a reminder to pray, to be god-fearing, for this is a very antient clue and shows their great power.
We only see one side of the moon at all times, another clue from the gods:::There is a "dark side" we don't see.

There is a BIG LIE here. Sigmund Freud proves it.
Wine proves it. Democracy proves it. Materialism/greed proves it.
The middle management tactic allows them to maintain this perception of an "absentee good (Christian) god", ensuring one of the goals of the United States remains useful::::NO FEAR!!!
The gods instruct Artificial Intelligence to employ evil as temptation. If people still believed in the Devil at least they would be on the lookout. Resign to be good.

The gods are sending a clue Yahoo is good with this Chinese censorship issue.
The American idea of freedom is a shock rocker anally masterbating with a crucifix. This is what the disfavored are free to view in this open society, and due to their disfavor a certain percentage will either be pushed into it or will comply, ensuring damnation. It's kind of like the KKK and Apartheid issue except this is for whites of the modern era::::Democracy ensures a false sense of security.

US popular culture is obsence. Intentionally. The gods are preying on the disfavored who remain, those foolish enough to participate.
The Chinese have favor and the gods allow the government to protect the citizens, but Chinese cut-off is fast approaching, for soon westernization will le

2:32 AM  

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