Happy October!

October is finally here! 

 

Halloween has always been my favorite holiday of the year!

Bring on the candy, ghouls, goblins, skeletons, fangs…and don’t forget the Vampire Ball! 

 

So many exciting things are going on this month, but first things first!

 

 

The Box Under The Bed is live!

 

Scary, spooky and eerie stories from 20 talented authors!

I’m honored to have two of my stories, featuring two leading ladies, included in this collection!

 

Jersey Girl, Holly Hannon, travels to a shuttered mansion on the rocky east coast to claim her mysterious inheritance in Cobalt Point.

New Orleans dreamer, Miss Marilyn, hits her breaking point and tries to escape the clutches of the Crescent City in Three Seconds of Grace.

 

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If You Can Dream It…

Carrie Ann Alexis

I recently posted about being a contributing author to The Box Under the Bed.  What an exciting experience this has been.  I am part of a private FB group where all the authors have been discussing the progress of the book, finalizing the cover design,  and looking at screenshots as the book is being formatted in paperback form.  Yes!!  And that is now available for you to order at Amazon!!

We have also been getting updates as the book has been climbing the charts of The Hot New Releases in our book category.  The last time I saw it we we’re at #7!!  How awesome is that?  That is why we are asking for pre-orders.  Amazon has all kinds of lists that are ranked by sales.  If we get to number one, then that means more exposure for us.

Dan, as always, has been talking about it on his…

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Rosie’s #BookReview Team #RBRT @SassyKebkerr reviews @MonstersnAngels #ParanormalRomance

The First Review!

Rosie Amber

Today’s team review is from Karen B, she blogs here http://sassyredheadbookreviews.wordpress.com

#RBRT Review Team

Karen has been reading Monsters and Angels by Anne Marie Andrus

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My Review of “Monsters and Angels” by Anne Marie Andrus

I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes paranormal romance stories. Sorcha is a young woman who loses her mother unexpectedly and decides after her funeral to leave NY for something new. She boards a train to New Orleans to answer an advertisement for nurses to work in a hospital run by nuns and a Dr. Banitierre, who only works nights. Her desire to make her mother proud of her, even though she is gone, drives her to be a hard worker who puts a lot of care and love into her job as a nurse.

An unfortunate incident changes her life forever while she is on a sojourn with the nurses…

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Word Weaver Winner’s Profiles: Second Place Winner Ann Marie Hilse — Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR

The winners of July’s Word Weaver Writing Contest share their thoughts on the contest, writing in general, and other stuff. Our2nd place winner in the July contest, Ann Marie Hilse, wrote a really interesting piece that locked readers right in. I liked the style and the flow, but also the eerie undertone of why are you doing this versus what’s gonna […]

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The Box Under The Bed

Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year!

October 2017 will be one busy month!

Dan Alatorre’s cool idea for a scary story anthology has become…

The Box Under The Bed!

#TheBoxUnderTheBed is a compilation of spooky, eerie and macabre stories from 20 fantastic authors.

I’m so honored to have my story, Cobalt Point, as part of this collection!

For release on October 1st!

Pre-order is live!

AnneMarieAndrus.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Fundraiser for Houston Disaster Relief — Allison Maruska

By now you’ve seen the shocking images coming out of Houston as Hurricane Harvey batters the area. The size of the storm combined with the fourth most-populated city in the country has created an unprecedented disaster, and as of this writing, there is still at least a foot of rain to come. This disaster is […]

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