The Parlour: All Access Anthology to benefit Truckers Against Trafficking Release Date: February 28, 2018 Authors: Cheri Marie, Carissa Laryea, Ava Danielle, Jillian Elizabeth, Jaime Russell, Angie Brocker, Barb Shuler, Robin Laine, Alexis R. Craig, Chasity Gaines, Jezebelle James, Lindsey Taylor Cover Design by: Jenn Ann - Book Nerd Designs Photography: JW Photography Models: Models:… Continue reading
Title: The Paranormal Portal Author: Cheri Marie, Kris Johnston, Angie Brocker, Alyssa Brocker, Stephanie Henry, Charlotte E. Dhark, Brianna West, and JP Hart Genre: A YA Paranormal Anthology Release Date: October 26, 2017 Photog: Gigi Hoggard with Gigi Photography Model: Skyler Hoggard Cover Designer: Jenn Ann with Book Nerd Designs Formatter:… Continue reading Paranormal Portal Release
Title: Dirty Fairytales Anthology Author: Cheri Marie, Brandy Dorsch, JM Schalm, LB Russell, Reagan Hollow, Carissa Laryea, Ava Harper Kent, Barb Shuler, Jaime Russell, Ava Danielle, Bethany Loughlin-Frost, and Kelsey Jensen Release Date: October 5, 2017 In the land of fairy tales, there’s no road too long, nor a sky too high to search for… Continue reading Dirty Fairytales Release Blitz
Chapter One: The Setting In a dark, desolate corner of her empty house, Liz rests uneasily on her more than worn couch. Her brown hair is long and disheveled, showing evidence of days without a shower. Her elbow, frail like the rest of her malnourished body and wounded spirit, sits propped on the back of… Continue reading Nowhere to Go
"The areas of our country that are considered “ghettos” are actually government funded waste dumps. I can’t help but believe this is a deep vein connecting stereotypes, to racism, to police brutality, avoidable arrests, to failing school systems."
Racially driven hate crimes are constantly being justified by the excuse of fear.
A tiny state in a small corner of the country played an imminent role in breaking racial barriers. This goes to show anyone, anywhere, has the ability to evoke change.
I watched as my grandmother waded her dry, cracked feet in the pond. She sat hunched over, her thinning gray hair blowing gently in the calming wind. She was alone now for the first time in her adult life, left to her empty house and lonesome thoughts. Her baggy clothes were a sign of malnourishment,… Continue reading Withering Woman