Thursday, August 9, 2007

Romancing the Soul

Title: Romancing the Soul

Theme: Relationships (soul mates)

Are you the publisher, author or a reviewer? Author

What makes this anthology unique?

Romancing the Soul is unique in that although it's a collection of true soul mates storjavascript:void(0)
Publish Posties, they have all been divided into three categories - karmic soul mates, companion soul mates and twin souls - so that the reader can identify them better and relate to them in conjunction with their own lives. By understanding what kind of soul mate your significant other is, it helps you to understand why they came into your life. At the beginning of the book, I explain what the three soul mate categories are so that you will have a better understanding of each one before you start reading the stories. I've had people read the book and say, "Oh my God, THAT'S what so-and-so came into my life for." The thing is, everyone comes into your life for certain purposes to help you find your inner self, but it's the special ones that come with messages to further your progress. Once you understand this, your life will be happier and will move along down that right path on the way to higher self.

Blurb about the book, short story, or the whole review:

Do soul mates exist? You can find the answer to this perplexing and old-age question in the anthology, Romancing the Soul--True Stories of Soul Mates Around the World and Beyond published by Zumaya Publications. Sixty authors with as many tales and verse prove that soul mates do exist by relating their true experiences in the hopes you will achieve a better understanding of what the soul mate experience is all about.

What other books have you written?

I have co-authored a paranormal romance titled THE SEARCH FOR THE MILLION $$$ GHOST and have written several promotional ebooks for authors. My new self-help book on soul mates will be out by Zumaya Publications sometime next year.

Where can we buy it?

You can buy ROMANCING THE SOUL at Amazon by visiting

Do you have a website where we can learn more about you?

You can visit my publicity firm at and click on the "about us" link in the right hand sidebar.

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Dorothy Thompson

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Other Worlds

PUBLISHER: Dragonfly Publications, Inc. (2007)

THEME: Stories of faeries, ghosts and angels that challenge our perception of reality.

AUTHOR: Paula Blais Gorgas

WHAT MAKES THIS ANTHOLOGY UNIQUE: Other Worlds provides an opportunity to delve into the diverse fantasy world of award-winning author, Paula Blais Gorgas. Gorgas explores the realms of faeries, ghosts and angels
and touches the reader's heart and mind with her perceptive insight into the psyches of the humans who encounter these beings.

BLURB: Other Worlds is a collection of fantasy stories that challenges our perception of reality, taking the reader from ghostly realms, through alternate dimensions, and into a disturbing future society. The
characters include an upscale bag lady, a runaway teenager, an animal rights activist, and a politician's wife. Each is transformed by the otherworldly events that shake their everyday existence.



OTHER BOOKS: Court of Honor (YA); Earth Magic (YA); Dreamtime (paranormal romance); Little Lost Leprechaun (children); The Perfect
Purple Present (children).

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

The Undead: Skin and Bones (Zombie Anthology)

A blend of unique, unusual, and interesting takes on the zombie genre

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What makes this anthology unique?
The Undead: Skin and Bones strives to take the shamble out of the typical zombie tale. A fungus takes over an office building and all its occupants. An exiled boy flees across a wasteland, stalked by an executioner and an undead dragon. A squadron of troops confronts an army of corpses. A greedy producer creates a talk show about the living dead. A man hits an unlucky streak that starts with a zombie outbreak and only gets worse. And in the featured novella, "Skin and Bones," a necromancer exploits the dead to extract a twisted revenge. These stories and more from authors such as David Wellington, Vince Churchill, David Dunwoody, and D.L. Snell.

Blurb about the book:

"The Undead: Skin and Bones proves that there's still plenty of life left in the zombie tale… from stark horror and the melancholy of loss, to satire and splatstick that George Romero and Peter Jackson would no doubt appreciate. So this is how the world ends: not with bang, and not with a whimper, but with a moan and grinding teeth."
—Brian Hodge, author of Mad Dogs

What other books have you written?

Permuted Press has published many small press zombie classics including Kim Paffenroth's Dying to Live , Travis Adkins' Twilight of the Dead, Bowie Ibarra's Down the Road series, and many others.

Where can we buy it?