Friday, December 21, 2012

Flirting With Fangs Virtual Tour

Flirting with Fangs
Peg Pierson

Vampire romance novelist Bailey Hamilton thinks her life is over. Her two-timing husband dumped her, she has a paralyzing case of writers’ block, and her big toe is bleeding.

Torin Kane, fictional Vampire Hero, is miserable. Chapter after chapter he has battled dragons, demons, and despicable villains, but his secret desire is to find true love and a tan. 

With a twist of fate, their worlds collide. A magical teardrop summons Torin to life. And Bailey finds herself face to face, with quite literally, the man of her dreams….                      

What Reviewers Are Saying About Flirting with Fangs:

“Peg Pierson truly brings her hero to life with this fantastically funny vampire tale. I cannot wait to see what this author comes up with next. I’m still holding my sides from laughing so much while reading this story. If the next adventure is only half as funny it will well be worth reading.” ~Night Owl Reviews

“I'm looking forward to reading more of her work. I enjoyed the wild tale of romance, terror, and undying love. She has a very interesting imagination and can summon up horrors Stephen King wouldn't think to put together in one book.”


“Don’t move,” Bailey said with her blow dryer poised over the stranger’s head. “How did you get in here? Huh?” She was wrapped in a towel and wet tresses clung to her flushed cheeks.
The intruder pulled himself to a sitting position. He had the most amazing eyes she’d ever seen. They sparkled like dark jewels, and his long lashes were worthy of a mascara commercial.
“Pardon me, m’lady. I mean you no harm.”
“What the hell are you doing in my bathroom?” Bailey raised the blow dryer higher.
“I beg your forgiveness, but I have no memory of entering this….ah…what did you call this chamber? The bathroom?”
In the back of her mind Bailey wondered why she was kneeling next to a potential criminal instead of dialing 911. But somehow, even though he had scared the bejeezes out of her at first, once she was near him, all fear melted away.  Some inner voice convinced her he was not a threat to her safety. Although by the looks of him, he could be a huge threat to her recent celibacy. Whoever this man was, he was drop-dead gorgeous, and Bailey found her thoughts sprinting off into the forgotten erotic section of her cerebrum.
He needed to lose the outfit though. With knee high boots, a ruffled shirt and the long black cape he looked like he just stepped out of a B movie. Or off the cover of a romance novel?
                And something about those captivating eyes, and his noble aura, seemed familiar. Very familiar.
                Eyeing him suspiciously, Bailey asked, “Who are you?”
                “I am Torin Kane, dark warrior of Night Temptations.”
Bailey’s blow dryer clattered to the tile floor. And so did Bailey.

Peg Pierson Movies

We all need some down time during the holidays. My suggestion…A Vampire Movie! Here’s a list of my top ten favorite vampire flicks. Fangs and Kisses, Peg Frank Langela is in my opinion the sexiest Dracula ever. The movie has great tone and watch what he does with his eyes. It’s not special effects, he moves his eyeballs! This is fun and different. John Malkovich is great.  One if the most beautiful vampire films ever. And Tom Cruise is perfect. I like the re-make too, but this original has a terrific Jerry and Roddy McDowell adds a special likable underdog. Trust me if you like the new one you will love this! Funny and scary, yes a bit campy but just wonderful. Ryan Reynolds. Enough said. Dark and sexy I love all these films. I love having a chance to watch a female vamp. George Clooney is mouthwatering in this as a super bad boy. Crazy good acting in this off the wall movie. Gary Oldman gives Dracula the most depth of any movie about the fanged icon.

Thanks for stopping by today!!!  

About the Author:

Peg Pierson is a full-fledged Fang Fanatic and slightly deranged Halloween Enthusiast, with a closet full of plywood coffins, an assortment of plastic dismembered body parts, and of course…skeletons.

Currently, she lives in Minnesota and is busily typing away on a new paranormal comedy. Along with vampires, she loves her family, pecan kringle, and a good laugh.

Please visit her at


Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Lust After Death Super Book Blast and Review

Lust After Death (Love-Bots, Book 1)
by Daisy Harris



In the Pacific Northwest, where life hurries to keep pace with technology, a re-animated bride named Josie struggles to escape her creator and to find her identity in the half-erased circuitry of her mind and body.

Assassin Bane Connor just wants to get the girl to the Zombie Underground and receive his payoff-a mental reset that will erase his memories as well as his guilt. But an attack by a rival faction derails his rescue, and the wide-eyed female whose circuitry requires a husband tears at his hardened heart and ignites desire like he's never known.

Drizzling rain filled the air as Josie clamored up the trail after Bane. Her feet swam in the rain boots he’d given her and she considered that he hadn’t really thought through this plan very well in not bringing her clothes from Adam’s house.

The path curved up a hill, through tall trees whose branches overlapped and wide-spanning trunks that dropped leaves the size of her head.

He hitched his backpack higher on his shoulders and cinched the waistband tighter on his hips. The move drew her attention to the way the smooth and stretchy material of his trousers hung from his behind. Her fingers tingled to reach out and pinch the bunched muscles of his buttocks.

That brief glimpse of his thoughts echoed in her mind. Clearly he hadn’t meant to do her harm and now that the shock faded, she observed it from a different angle. Josie wondered at the snippet, curious about where it might have led.

She ran her hands through the brush that rose around her. Each branch was filled with droplets. Spikes pricked on some plants, others felt smooth. One felt soft and downy at first, then stung her curious fingers and Josie pulled her hand to her chest. Her legs ached as they summited the hilltop.

Bane led her a small ways down the other side and he pointed to a small clearing. “It won’t be the softest night’s sleep. But I’m so dead on my feet I won’t care.”

Josie cocked her head to the side and noticed the way his body slumped forward and his feet dragged. “This’ll be fine.”


Okay kiddies. This is a hot little number, so all of you under 18 types forget you saw this post, okay? 

This book has a whole new look on zombies and the things you can, should and should not do with undead flesh. Just sayin. Josie and Bane are characters you can sympathize with and start to love as you watch them both awaken in different ways. 

I can't wait to finish reading the book and find out more about Ms. Harris's unique take on the zombies in this story. Life and death will never be the same again! For depth of characterization, elements of dialog and original story line; this book is a 5/5. (And we aren't even talking about the steamy parts either *wink*)

AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Birkenstock-wearing glamour girl and mother of two by immaculate conception, Daisy Harris still isn't sure if she writes erotica. Her romances start out innocently enough. However, her characters behave like complete sluts. Much to Miss Harris's dismay the sex tends to get completely out of hand.

She writes about fantastical creatures and about young men getting their freak on, and she's never missed an episode of The Walking Dead.




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Daisy will be awarding a $20 gift certificate to Amazon or Barnes and Noble and a Walking Dead T-Shirt to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour (US & Canada Only).

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Abandon: A Guest Post With Stephanie Dorman

A Reader or a writer, which would you rather be?
by Stephanie Dorman
Stephen King once said, “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.”  I believe that wholeheartedly.  I can also speak from experience on this one.  In the process of writing my own novel, I noticed aspects of everything I had ever read pouring out on to the pages.  All the trashy romance novels, all the epic fantasies, parts of them were all there.  It wasn’t plagiarism, but inspiration.  In order to be a writer, you have to first be a reader.
For a writer, reading any and all books is studying your craft.  In any other profession people can study for years under a mentor, for instance, a welder might be an apprentice to a master welder.  When you’re a writer, the greats are already laid out for you in your genre.  You have to read them, study them, dissect their writing and their style, and take what you get from that and apply it with your own flair.
One of the most interesting things about writing a novel though, and the process that follows it, is that it takes time.  First, you have to write the novel, then you have to edit it, and finally, once it’s complete, you have to market it.  If you’re doing this all while you have a full time job, time you usually spent reading is sucked into the void that is your novel.
Take me for instance, I’m writing this on a Saturday night.  All my friends are going out to various parties and I’m sitting here writing a guest post for my book tour.  I could be spending this time reading, growing my craft, but instead I’m writing this for all of you.  On November 1st, NaNoWriMo will be starting, and I will be sucked into not only the press tour for my first book – but writing its sequel.  Where will I find the time to read?
The most important thing to remember when deciding that you want to be a writer, is if you have the time to be a reader.  There is no one or other, you must be both.  Like Stephen King says, if I don’t make the time to read, I won’t have the tools to be a writer.

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Genre – Zombies / ChickLit
Rating – PG13
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