Saturday, July 30, 2016

Melissa Kendall shares Matronly Duties

Melissa Kendall

Genre: Romantic Science fiction
Centuries after the asteroid that sent Earth into the ice age, the remaining humans live in underground sanctuaries. As the Impact Bi-Centennial Anniversary approaches, Bethanie Greene prepares to take her place as the Government's new leader. Or so she thinks.

With her life planned out, Bethanie trains to become the next Matron of the underground nation of Oceania. Until six weeks shy of taking office she's kidnapped by extremists; then rescued by a handsome stranger.

Harboring a deep-seated resentment of the government, Howard James struggles to survive in a world where those in power wished he didn’t exist. Ironically, he finds himself rescuing the soon-to-be head of the government, Bethanie Green. Torn between his resentment of everything she represents and her beauty, Howard shows Bethanie a different side of life in Oceania, while at the same time opening her eyes to the injustices of the government she is meant to lead.

Can Bethanie trust this man? Who is this handsome stranger who fights everything she believes in?. And he gets under her skin like nobody has even dared before. 
Against all odds, Bethanie must decide if her heart and her duties can coexist.

A yawn creeps up my throat and I suddenly feel like I haven’t slept in weeks. The temptation to curl up and go to sleep is strong, but my body is telling me I need a trip to the bathroom first.

I head down the hall to the door at the end. It’s ajar, so I push the door open—and freeze. The bathroom is not empty.

Howard stands at the sink, naked from the waist up, cleaning his teeth. Without clothing, his shoulders look twice as wide as before and every curve and dip in his muscles is clearly visible. Down the middle of his back is what looks like a big, black T. I have this crazy inclination to trace it to see how it feels. 

Howard clears his throat and my gaze shoots up to find him watching me in the mirror. “Do you mind?”

He winks at me. 

Oh crap!

“Sorry.” I pull the door shut. I’m mortified to have been caught staring. I also have butterflies in my stomach again, stronger than ever, and my heart is pounding. I fan my face with my hands in an attempt to calm myself down.

Before I can get everything under control, the door opens and a still-shirtless Howard walks out. 

“All yours.”


I mentally slap myself for such an inept reply, but the view of him from the front is even better than the back. He has one of those washboard stomachs I’ve heard Gail talk about. I never understood what she meant, but now I can see how apt the description is. Once again, I find myself unable to stop staring. 

“Good night, Bethanie,” Howard says strolling down the hallway. 

“Howard? What’s the T on your back?” I ask, curiosity getting the better of me.

He stops and half turns towards me. “It’s a tattoo, and it isn’t a T, it’s a crucifix.”

“A crucifix?”

“Yeah, it’s the cross Christ was nailed to. It is a symbol of the weight I bare in the name of justice.”

“Huh. I’m sorry, I don’t really know what you’re talking about. It’s nice, though.”

“Thanks,” he says, “but I better get to bed if I’m going to be up early to take you to the post office.” 

“Night,” I call after him.

“Sweet dreams,” he calls back.

I smile. They might just be.

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Melissa Kendall is a forty-year-old mother of two from Perth, Western Australia, the second-most isolated capital city in the world. Predominantly a stay-at-home mum, she works a few hours a week as a software support consultant. She has always loved to read and write, and spent most of her teens writing poetry and short stories. Over the years, daily life got in the way and she lost the passion for it, but after the birth of her first child, Melissa discovered e-books and her interest in writing rekindled. She is now the author of four published short stories. Matronly Duties is her first full-length novel.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Liza declares it UPDATE TIME!


First, let's check out the bottom view of Jupiter. Until now, we've only seen the side view.
Just to remind you, here is the side view of Jupiter. 
That's one of it's many moons in the center. 

Now, let's check out our new view from the bottom.
That is so very cool!

Now you may notice the very center circle seems artificial (the tiny light blue circle in the center). That's because it's an artifact from the camera. I have no idea why their camera has a blind spot right in the center of its vision. But if I find out, I'll let you know. I'm sure there's a good reason. Possibly the same reason our eyes have a blind spot.

At least our eyes have the sense to have the 'blindspot' NOT in the center of our vision, and even the smarts to hide the spot from our view.

But back to that beautiful photo....
I want a giant rug made of the bottom view. I truly do!

And go check NASA on Facebook!

August 27 will be the next planned day of excitement. That's when Juno will be it's closest to Jupiter. And there is a huge difference between it's 
click here to see giant orbital path.

Around August 27th we should begin to gather scientific data as to what lays beneath it' mulitcolored  atmospheric coat.
I for one, cannot wait!

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Lexi Post shares Eden Discovered and the two before it. Rafflecopter!

Today, I have bestseller Lexi Post on my Multiverses.  So let's say hello to Lexi, so she'll come back and visit us with more frisky characters. But right now let's check these out.

Eden Discovered (The Eden Series Book 3)
Hi everyone (waving). I’m very excited about the release of Eden Discovered which is the 3rd book in my Eden Series. I write romances inspired by the classics, so I used Emily Dickinson’s poems for this series. It always fascinated me that Dickinson (19th Century female poet) was a recluse and was rarely seen outside of her house. That got me to thinking, maybe she wasn’t actually home. Maybe, she was on the planet Eden since she talked about Eden so much in her poetry ;-)

The first book, Cruise into Eden was inspired by the poem “Wild Nights! Wild Nights!” 

And Unexpected Eden was inspired by “Come slowly-Eden!”  

This newest release, Eden Discovered was inspired by the poem her editor titled “The Goal,” but her first line (by which all her poems are known) is “Each life converges to some centre.” That’s what sparked my interest.

There are a couple of things you need to know about Eden. First, it is a planet of naked hunks with special abilities. Second, every woman brought from Earth must marry more than one Edenist. Oh, and third, women are considered precious and protected at all costs.
GIVEAWAY In this story, the heroine is an animal lover, so of course, animals of Eden figure prominently. Konala communicates with animals and Theron befriends a tigran, which is a sabretooth tiger size cat whose fur changes like a chameleon. In honor of Theron’s cat, I’m giving away this Venetian cat mask made in Italy. I could see this face on her at night with the Bendis moon rising ;-) Just enter the Rafflecopter for a chance to win. Good luck!
Always, Lexi

Eden Discovered 

Animal lover Jaelene Upton doesn’t expect to lose sight of her sister when she follows her through a bizarre travel portal, but that’s exactly what happens when she’s distracted by a cute baby porcupine. Lost, she asks for directions, only to be nearly assaulted by one naked man before being saved by another. Her best guess is she’s landed among a native tribe in the middle of a jungle….but odd reflections and energy sources have her questioning even that assumption.
Theron misses his home in Loraleaf and the brothers of his heart Konala and Rekah. His new home, a lonely cave, is his escape from seeing the woman he loves happily bonded to Loraleaf’s leaders. When he saves Jaelene from lawbreakers, he finds himself drawn to her intoxicating curiosity and despite his best efforts, he falls for her. But no matter what his heart wants, he can’t offer her anything but safety and a reunion with her sister. Unless…
If Theron can interest Konala in Jaelene as well, then he would only have two more obstacles to conquer, Rekah and Jaelene herself. But Rekah, hurt by Theron’s betrayal, wants nothing to do with Jaelene and when she discovers Theron’s past love, she refuses to be his consolation price. As the battle with the lawbreakers grows near, Theron realizes, this time, he may well lose more than his heart.

Jaelene wasn’t chosen, which meant she might not even think his world was possible. “Don’t you believe there can be life on other planets?”
 She looked down in thought. When her deep blue gaze returned to his, he almost forgot what they were discussing. Her eyes reminded him of the Latzeran Sea, its dark blue waters so beautiful that people were known to ignore the dangers of its depths and drown.
 “I never really thought about it.” She shrugged one shoulder. “It would be a bit egotistical to think Earth had the only living beings, so I guess I can accept that somewhere out there in another galaxy, there is life.”
 She held up her index finger. “But I don’t accept that there is a portal that I can step through and suddenly be on another planet.” She shook her head, her long black hair swishing over her shoulder. “Nope. I know I’m still on Earth. Heck, it was a porcupine that got me lost in the first place. I doubt there are porcupines on other planets.” Jaelene crossed her arms as if she’d solved the most important problem in the universe.
 There was something endearing about her complete confidence. Theron liked it. “That was a welchet.”
 “A what?”
 He grinned. “It’s a welchet. It looks like a porcupine as you noticed, but it has two tusks that grow down from its bottom jaw for digging up grubs and it has six feet.”
 She looked at him a moment then shook her head. “Nice try. What I saw was a porcupine. Maybe you just call it something different.”
 Theron studied her. What would she think when she saw her sister’s pet welchet? What would she think of Loraleaf? A stab of longing sliced through his heart at the thought of her seeing his home. He missed it more than he’d thought possible, but just imagining going back caused another pain altogether.


About Lexi:
Lexi Post is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of sensuous romance inspired by the classics. She spent years in higher education taking and teaching courses about the literature she loved while reading her favorite romance authors. It wasn’t long before she decided to marry her two first loves. From hot paranormals to sizzling cowboys to hunks from out of this world, Lexi provides a steamy read with a “whole lotta story.”
Lexi is living her own happily ever after with her husband and her cat in Florida. She makes ice cream every weekend, loves bright colors, and you will never see her without a hat.
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Thursday, July 21, 2016

S. E. Gilchrist shares Quest For Earth.

Liza interviews S.E. Gilchrist's character.. Oh all right, it might be an interrogation. She says he's the Hero from Quest for Earth. We'll find out soon enough. Don't be alarmed if I yell each question for I'm in a mood.

1. Who are you and what is your story? I am Maaka, leader of the Lycanean tribe and every day is a battle for survival in the dangerous outworlds.

2. What do you want? A better life for my people, access to technology and medicine that the people who live in the dome hoard and refuse to share.

3. What do you fear? My greatest fear is to become one such as the Half-dead. These creatures have been bred with little human traits of kindness, the ability to love and empathy. We consider they have no soul although they are cunning. They are consumed by their need to feed off human flesh and one bite can result in a Lycanean being 'turned'. This is one reason why I have sought and obtained an alliance with another tribe living in this hostile lands, the Freebers as their saliva contains a healing agent which prevents the turning, if used in time.

4. How do you envision your future? Now that I have been graced with the gift of the mate of my heart, I am hopeful of a long and happy future spent with my Sherise. But I know there remain many obstacles in our path - particularly the person responsible for the death of my family as well as our arch enemy, the Half-dead.

Quest for Earth © S. E. GILCHRIST

With the survival of her crew at stake, an old enemy waiting in the wings, and a mighty chieftain declaring his love, can Sherise lead her people safely home?

Honouring a pledge made in the blood-soaked dirt of a prison planet, Sherise volunteers to lead the stolen people of Earth safely home. But when a collision plunges her ship off-course and they emerge three hundred years into Earth’s future, they have nine weeks to repair the ship or the path back to their own time will close forever.

On an earth seething with predators and dangerous tribes, Sherise discovers love with the Lycanean chieftain, Maaka. But can she trust him, or is he only after her superior weapons?
With the safety of her passengers and crew paramount, Sherise must choose her alliances with great care.

For an old enemy is hidden on the planet, and he wants all her people dead.


SE Gilchrist lives in the beautiful Hunter Valley of Australia with her family and pets. She writes in the genres of science-fiction, ancient history, apocalyptic and contemporary rural romances and loves combining romance with adventure. SE is also passionately interested in animal welfare, the environment, bushwalking and spending time 'researching' her stories.


Monday, July 18, 2016

Marie Andreas shares the Warrior Wench. Liza is terrified.

This is the scariest person I've dealt with all year!  So you'll understand if I'm rather timid with my questions...
Liza: You are a bit offputting with your pissed off expression and that big ass weapon.  Have you considered a bubblebath? They always make me feel better.

Vas: I actually love bubble baths. Until a bubble goes up my nose. Then I take out a tiny sword and slice all of them in half. Slowly. My crew really prefers I don’t take bubble baths anymore because of the war cries I yell as I slaughter the innocent bubbles. They echo in the ship’s corridors.

Liza: Did you have a nice time on your vacation?

Vas: I think Tahiti is a magical place. Wait, that was a TV show we picked up on long range scanners. I don’t know what happened. Do you know what happened? *pulls out blaster* if you know, you’d better tell me…bubble girl.

Liza: Okay, you’re scaring me, again. Just breath in and relax. It’s not uncommon for the first day back from a vacation to be a bit trying.  I gather yours was difficult?

Vas: Really, horribly crappy. Thanks for asking. I think you have a bubble on your nose *creeps forward with tiny sword*.

Liza: I rubbed it off. So calm down. I’m trying to help you make sense of matters. During your missing month, do you think you had so much fun your brain fainted? Or something more devious?  Do you suspect your crew?

Vas: I have a faint suspicion someone got the upper hand on me. Someone who will pay, once I find a way to figure out what the heck happened. I might drown them in bubbles since you’ve given me the idea.

Liza: I understand you want to get your ship back. Don’t you believe those who claim it was scrapped and scattered about the galaxy?

Vas:  Believe Skrankle? Him? Plluuuease. That pile of moving swamp gas would lie about having an orgasm. He knows what really happened to it. Too bad I can’t ask him anymore.

Liza: Where might your next vacation be? I want to make sure I’m not anywhere near the place. Sorry, but you don’t seem to do well with vacations.

Vas: I’ll be heading for your hometown, somewhere on that odd little planet, Earth. But I won’t tell you when-it’s a surprise J. If you’re nice I might introduce you to Deven.

Okay, I’m running away now. You can tell my readers about your life.  Be nice! The brave ones will probably want to read your book.

Vaslisha Tor Dain is a mercenary starship captain with a few simple rules: A good ship is better than a great man, in case of confusion always err on the side of blowing someone's head off, and never fall for a telepath or a member of her crew.
All of those are about to bite her in the ass.

Vas’s life takes a turn for the worse when she comes back to her crew after what should have been a two week pleasure trip to find out she’s actually been gone a month and has no memory of missing time. Her beloved ship, The Victorious Dead, has been sold for scrap and its pieces scattered throughout the galaxy. In addition, there are unmarked ships blowing apart entire planets and the Commonwealth government can’t, or won’t, stop them.

And that’s just her first day back.

Vas has to fight her crew, the Commonwealth, and a mysterious cadre of warrior monks to get her ship back and save a universe that may not want to be saved.

The droid’s sharp rap on the door lead to muffled swearing in two different languages. Which told her two things: they’d found Deven, and he wasn’t gambling for money.
Her second-in-command had many appetites.
She stepped around the droid and added her own pounding to the door. “Deven, it’s me. Get your ass out here.” She paused, and added, “Clothed. Get your clothed ass out here.” Better to be safe. He preferred stark naked.
An increase in the swearing signaled his acknowledgment of her command. The door swung open and a curvaceous blonde stumbled out of the room, a dazed glow on her face. Obviously, Deven had been the one making the extra cash in this scenario.
 Her second-in-command was next through the doorway, looking as fresh as if he’d had time for an hour-long sonic shower before he dressed. Tall and exotic looking, Deven seemed to glow himself as he came out of the room. His standard issue flight suit looking like he’d had it been personally tailored to fit his body like a glove. He’d always been good looking, but he seemed different now. She shivered. Maybe absence did make the heart grow fonder. However, it certainly wasn’t going to make her break her rule about getting involved with a member of her crew. Or a telepath.
Deven’s sharp green eyes glinted with mild amusement at whatever he thought was going on in her head. Then he smiled and pulled his dark hair into a ponytail at his nape.
She hated him for always looking perfect. No matter the situation, Deven stayed calm, clean, and relaxed. Somehow she was sure he did it to piss her off. Maybe that anger could chase off whatever other unhealthy feelings were going on in her head.
“We’ve got a problem, a job, and a missing crew.” She didn’t wait for him to respond before she marched toward the casino floor.
She didn’t hear his steps, but the powerful presence at her side told her he’d caught up.
“You were supposed to be here two weeks ago.”
“Yes.” A two-foot-tall Jerlian in a permanently wrinkled suit, sloshed synth-cohol on her boots as he tried to hug her knees. Had Skrankle not already managed to ruin said boots, she would have seen how far she could kick a Jerlian on a low-grav planet. Instead, she took two steps around him and moved toward the exit.
“You didn’t call.”
“No, I didn’t. My being late has nothing to do with you or our next job. Can we move it, please?” She didn’t want to discuss her recent travels, and certainly not in the middle of a casino. Nothing had happened. She was just late. There just wasn’t a reason to talk about it. She squashed the tiny voice that said she needed to talk about it.
 “Vas saying please? Now I know something is wrong.” Deven pulled up short before the casino exit.
It would take a week to get off this rock if her entire crew decided to be this chatty about her private issues. “I don’t ask what you’re doing,” she said and held up a hand. “I don’t want to know. I’m not going to tell you what I was doing. We have a job and we have a ship. Do you want to earn some money on your feet for once or not?”
“Ouch, got me.” The smile he flashed caused two nearby women to swoon as Vas and Deven left the casino.
“Turn it down, damn it,” she hissed with a glance down at his bracelets. There were times he pulled a glamour that had to be esper powered, bracelets or no. He didn’t need it; he was freakishly good looking enough on his own. “I can’t have you jailed at this point.”

And I’ll be signing books at Comic-Con International, San Diego, on Thursday, July 21st at 11am booth 1119 (Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore).

Marie is a fantasy and science fiction reader with a serious writing addiction. If she wasn’t writing about all of the people in her head, she’d be lurking about coffee shops annoying innocent passer-by with her stories. So really, writing is a way of saving the masses. She lives in Southern California and is currently owned by two insane cats.

When not saving the general populace from coffee shop shenanigans, Marie likes to visit the UK and keeps hoping someone will give her a nice summer home in the Forest of Dean.
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Friday, July 15, 2016

Jessica Subject shares lots of giveaways, fav lines, and her new book Bryce.

Today, I've got the fabulous Jessica Subject over sharing gifts and her favorite lines, or so she was led to believe. I intend to peruse all her favs and pick MY favorites, making them 
"Liza's pick of the bestest."

So with no further slaughtering of the English Language, let's get started:


“You may be responsible for sending them to Niesgoo, but you’re only responsible for their deaths if you leave them there to die.”

And what was she supposed to have told them? You must meet with me because I’m an alien princess? No doubt the truth would have landed her in a mental institution, or worse, a lab.

A little girl dashed out in front of her, jet-black curls bouncing along her shoulders. In her tattered white gown—probably a hand-me-down from an older generation—she stared up into her eyes, no reservations about approaching royalty. “Princess Lalia, where have you been? They taught us in school you were killed in the Erebus attack.”

She’d heard the alien hunters used wormholes, but had never seen or traveled through one, and hoped to never again.

Bryce raised his crossbow, lining his sights on the creature standing amongst the bushes, its branch-like tentacles undulating in the gentle breeze. Focusing the crosshairs on the alien’s torso, he drew in a deep breath. He had one shot.

And now for the book you've been waiting for:


Galactic Defenders #1

by Jessica E. Subject

Release date: June 28, 2016

Genres: Romance, Science Fiction, Space Opera, Action & Adventure

Ebook ISBN: 978-0-9948431-9-7
Print ISBN: 978-1-988428-00-0

Editor: Kate Richards
Cover artist: Fantasia Frog Designs

Keywords: reunited lovers, rescue, aliens, romance, love, royalty, military

# of pages: 119 ebook, 185 print
# of words: 37,050


A dedicated Defender…

Bryce fell in love once, but after Lalia was ripped away from him, he locked his heart from feeling anything for anyone else. Instead, he devotes his life to the Galactic Alliance, killing every bloodthirsty Erebus he comes across.

A shunned princess…

Lalia Comosova fell in love with the wrong man. When her parents learned of her transgressions, they sent her to Earth to hide her error in judgment from the rest of the kingdom.

A second chance?

When these lovers are reunited after many years apart, they have a chance to find happiness together. But fate steps in and threatens to rip them apart as it did years ago.


Bryce raised his crossbow, lining his sights on the creature standing amongst the bushes, its branch-like tentacles undulating in the gentle breeze. Focusing the crosshairs on the alien’s torso, he drew in a deep breath. He had one shot. If he missed, the Erebus would cry out and alert the natives of Terra to its existence, resulting in more casualties. At first glance, no one on the planet, also called Earth, would believe an Erebus anything more than an overgrown bush, but Bryce knew the truth. He’d trained to hunt the creatures from childhood.

Each step carefully placed, he advanced until he stood twenty feet from the Erebus, no chance to miss the shot. With a slight movement of his finger, he squeezed the trigger, sending a zuranium-tipped arrow racing toward the alien.

“Quinn, would you grab me another garbage bag?”

Fornax. The creature lunged toward the female voice, Bryce’s arrow stuck in one of its tentacles. A kill, but not instant.

He loaded another arrow. At the risk of being seen, he charged through the hedges. He had to cut the Erebus off before it had a chance to kill the Terran. He leaped over metal furniture and large urns, keeping his focus on the creature.

“What the hell? Get out of my yard!”

The woman rushed him, but Bryce darted around her. When the Erebus lumbered in front of him, he raised his weapon and fired. A clean shot to the middle. The creature dropped like a fallen log, crushing the furniture it landed on.

Bryce loaded the crossbow again. No time to celebrate the kill. He had to worry about the possibility of other Erebus in the area, along with the Terran woman who had seen him. Instead of running away screaming, as he’d expected her to do, she stared, wide-eyed in horror. Not at him, but the Erebus. Her body trembled as she shuffled backward, mumbling incomprehensible words.

An unexpected sense of familiarity washed over him. He couldn’t draw his attention away from her slim figure, the way her long brown hair flowed over her shoulders. Far more attractive than he’d pictured the Terrans when others talked about them. He took a closer glance. Lalia? How had she traveled so far from home without anyone knowing? She was no stranger, and definitely not Terran. Or, perhaps she was simply a doppelganger of the woman he’d once loved. He had the sudden urge to comfort her, relieve her worry. Hold her in his arms the way he had many years ago. But what if the missing princess had somehow made her way to a planet unaware life existed beyond their own? After she’d left Hemera and him behind without so much as a goodbye, he’d searched everywhere. Though not once had he thought to look on Terra.

A ground-shattering bellow pierced the night. Bryce spun around, finding himself face-to-face with another Erebus. It stared at him with beady red eyes. Thick black goop dripped from its mouth.

Bryce raised his bow, but the creature slammed him with one of its tentacles, flinging him back. The Erebus lunged at Lalia.

Rolling to his knees, Bryce aimed and fired. He hit the alien from behind, launching it forward. Onto his former lover. Slinging the bow over his shoulder, he raced toward her. The creature’s tentacles still pulsed, even though dead. Careful not to trip himself up, he shoved his hands under the creature’s torso and heaved it off her.

Lalia stood immediately and wiped the black goop from her clothes, as if she hadn’t been flattened by an alien. “They weren’t supposed to follow me. I was supposed to be safe here.”


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Jessica E. Subject is the author of science fiction romance, mostly alien romances, ranging from sweet to super hot. Sometimes she dabbles in paranormal and contemporary as well, bringing to life a wide variety of characters. In her stories, you could not only meet a sexy alien or two, but also clones and androids. You may be transported to a dystopian world where rebels are fighting to live and love, or to another planet for a romantic rendezvous.
When Jessica isn't reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk with her giant, hairy dog her family adopted from the local animal shelter.
Jessica lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two energetic children. And she loves to hear from her readers. You can find her at


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Not only is Jessica E. Subject celebrating the release of BRYCE, the first book in her Galactic Defenders series, she is also celebrating FIVE years published. And she is offering three fabulous prize packages. Contests are open as stated, except where prohibited by law. Must be 18 or older to enter. Contest will close July 24, and winners will be notified by email. Good luck!

RTC Giveaway (Canada/US only) includes:
3013: Renegade by Susan Hayes (signed)
Reader Abduction by Eve Langlais (signed)
As Cold As Ice by Mandy Rosko (signed)
Alien Next Door: The Complete Series by Jessica E. Subject (signed)
Cosmic Desires by Jessica E. Subject (signed)
other goodies from some of the authors who attended Romancing the Capital

My Favorite Things Giveaway (Canada/US only) includes:
The Host by Stephanie Meyer
The Martian by Andy Weir
Alien Next Door: The Complete Series by Jessica E. Subject (signed)
Cosmic Desires by Jessica E. Subject (signed)
Bryce by Jessica E. Subject (signed)

International Only Giveaway includes:
Alien Next Door: The Complete Series by Jessica E. Subject (signed)
Cosmic Desires by Jessica E. Subject (signed)

Bryce by Jessica E. Subject (signed)