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#SixSentenceSunday Art of Deception and an Announcement

Hi all and welcome to another week of Six Sentence Sunday!

Today I thought I would do something a little different.

I have been keeping this a secret for a few months now, but I am writing YA! I have a new pen name, JT Camp and it is with my best friend, Michele Ryan. We are writing a shifter serial. It will be three parts and a little over 60k words when it is finished.

Today, I would like to share with you part of Art of Deception. A little setup. Fallon has gotten herself into a pickle. See her parents have died and she is CONVINCED someone killed them. To the point, she is willing to risk her health to find the killer or killers. So, she did a bad thing, which got her in trouble. So, now she has to work with a team of Arrowfire members. An order of teens who protect paranormal beings and their community. As it stands, someone is collecting paranormal beings, and selling their "parts" on the black market. Which is a big no-no.

In this scene, Fallon is on her first stake …

#SixSentenceSunday ~ Rule Breaker: Black Ops: R.O.O.T

Morning everyone and welcome to another installment of Six Sentence Sunday. Today I would like to share mine and Michele's coming release, Rule Breaker, part of the Black Ops: R.O.O.T series. (Okay so it's a little more than six sentences.)

#SixSentenceSunday ~ Playing Cat and Mouse

Welcome back to Six Sentence Sunday!

Today, I thought I would share with you, a snippet from my Zodiac Shifter book, Playing Cat and Mouse.

I hope you enjoy, Wilhem, Christoph and Samiyah story.

“Why do I have a bad feeling about this?” Wilhem groaned. “It’s an adventure. You need one last one before you lose your bachelor status.” Christoph smacked his shoulder. “We’ll be doing a good thing. Keeping up our father’s traditions of helping those in need.”


#SixSentenceSunday ~ The Professor and Adelaide Wanna Be Bad Box Set

Welcome to another week of Six Sentence Sunday! This week, I would like to share with you, The Professor and Adelaide. I wrote this short about two middle aged people who are finding themselves again after bitter divorces and heartbreak. They are complete opposites, but they fit. I hope you enjoy their story.