August 9th, 2020
Home | Log in!

On Top Shelf
CROSS HER HEARTCROSS HER HEART
Fresh Pick
THE FALCON ALWAYS WINGS TWICE
THE FALCON ALWAYS WINGS TWICE

New Books This Week

Latest Articles

Reviewer Application


Your August adventures in reading

Slideshow image


Since your web browser does not support JavaScript, here is a non-JavaScript version of the image slideshow:

slideshow image
Buy all five books in the Great Library


slideshow image
Sometimes the smallest secret creates the biggest ripple of trouble.


slideshow image
When she holds the key to the one case he couldn’t solve, he must choose justice or love.


slideshow image
They must risk everything-- before it’s too late…


slideshow image
A meeting of minds…But a most unsuitable match!


slideshow image
He has nothing and everything to lose…


slideshow image
His former lover has returned with an explosive secret.


slideshow image
Buy all five books in the Great Library, now in paperback


Meghan Anderson

Features & Posts

No posts found.

31 comments posted.

Re: Traces Of Mercy (11:07am September 12, 2013):

This story sounds really good and honest. We are close to
nothing without our memories, just an empty shell going
about trying to find our way. I have tried to not take
things for granted, but have never thought about memory. I
have watched movies and shows about how people have amnesia,
but I've never made the connection before to not take it for
granted. Now that I've read this, I will keep it in mind. I
hope to be able to read this story. It sounds wonderful and
inspirational.

Re: A Shot Of Sultry (11:11am March 28, 2013):

I haven't recieved any romantic gifts. I have gotten thoughtful gifts. My mom didn't want to get me a certain CD that I've always wanted, it was just the Jonas Brothers, who are still my favorite band. My best friend got me the CD for Christmas and I still have it. I love it.

Re: Lord of the Keep (9:19pm March 23, 2013):

I love print better. I do joy an ereader every no and then, but I think the original is so much better. I amhappy for you for getting your books published. I hope you continue writing because itsounds really amazing Have a blessed day :)

Re: Assaulted Pretzel (10:29pm March 13, 2013):

I do that all the time. I come up with the perfect story for people that I've met once, hundreds of times, or not at all and I just know their names. I'm working on writing it all, but it's really hard. Hope you have a good day and continue writing :)

Re: Out Of Circulation (10:04pm March 11, 2013):

I Love LOve LOVe LOVE mystery books so i can't wait to read this one. I hope you have a great day and thanks for the contest :)

Re: Hunted (9:35pm March 11, 2013):

This book sounds totally amazing. I can't wait to read it, either by winning this or checking it out from the library. Hope you have a great day and continue writing :)

Re: The Blue-Ribbon Jalape?o Society Jubilee (10:20pm March 7, 2013):

Thank you for having this contest. I may not have heard about you before but I do love reading different authors' works. Can;t wait to read yours :)

Re: The Turncoat (10:48pm March 6, 2013):

I love them. I'm actually writing one now about a vampire and a vampire hunter who despise each other with so much passion that it eventually grows into something beautiful. I can;t wait to finish it, like I can't wait to read this book :)

Re: Into the Spotlight (10:23pm March 3, 2013):

I really love the movie Black Jack. It's a really awesome thriller about a man trying to save his niece and a model's life, all while he has an impairment of sorts that slows him down. I would suggest watching it. It's good.

Re: The Christie Curse (10:21pm March 3, 2013):

Honestly, as long as I got paid I could work with my mom. It's hard to imagine though because as a norm, you don't really see yourself working with your mom as an official job.

Re: Protector (10:14pm March 3, 2013):

I do tend to grab a couple of books. I love reading. I have reread only one book and that was because when I had originally read it I wasn't that interested in reading so I quickly got bored and forgot it. That was Harry Potter. Rereading it though is what inspired me to start wring. I may not be that good at it but at least I'm trying. I have not read a book yet though that I want to pick up and read again, but hey, key word. . yet. :)

Re: Scorned Justice (11:58pm February 23, 2013):

I very much like the movie "Man in the Iron Mask". It has a very good revenge plot about a man's revenge on another for putting him in said iron mask for so long. I love how it sllowly reveals why he was put in the mask and how everything just falls right into place.

Re: The Officer Breaks The Rules (10:07pm January 24, 2013):

I think that it depends on how you look at it. One side can say that it isn't real love because you're just sticking with what's familiar to you. The other side can say yes because you've had plenty of time to put up with people and you have to have some love for them. You can go with what you want but I choose the latter. :) I can't wait to read this book. It spunds fantabulous :D Hope you have a blessed day and continue writing :D

Re: Falling for her Fiance (9:52pm January 23, 2013):

Love the story, and the perfect dream beau. ooh la la. :) He sounds way too good to be true, but in the books, anything is possible. I can't wait to read this one. It sounds like just my kind of book. Have a blessed day and keep writing :D

Re: Real Men Don\'t Break Hearts (9:48pm January 23, 2013):

I cannot wait to check it out. This sounds like a really interesting read. I love your strategy at creating characters. That's what I do with my stories. I ope you have a blessed day and continue writing :)

Re: Undercover Wolf (10:29pm January 22, 2013):

I totally cannot wait to read this book. I love romantic mysteries. I'm kind of biased toward it because I'm writing one myself. It doesn't sound nearly as awesome as what this book sounds, but oh well. I can't wait to get it finished. I'll let you know when I do :D Thanks for having this contest. Hope you have a great day and keep writing. :)

Re: Doomed (7:43am January 15, 2013):

I had mythology in eighth grade and fell in love with it. I have been reading about it ever since. My favorite story is about Perseus, when he's trying to save his mom from being married to that king. My least fave is about Medusa. It's so sad how it wasn't even her fault that she got raped but she got turned into a monster anyway. I can't wait to read this book. I bet it will be a great one. Hope you have a great day and continue writing :)

Re: A Sliver Of Shadow (10:50am February 29, 2012):

I don't know what zi think about instant love. It's something I really can't come up with one answer for. When I do though, I will send it to you in a future blog. This book sounds great by the way. Hope you have a great day and continue writing. :)

Re: King of Darkness (12:26pm February 22, 2012):

I absolutely love vampire books. I'm actually writing one now. I hope I get to read this one. Have a great day :)

Re: A Scandalous Countess (1:46pm February 10, 2012):

I don't vote for either. I love to read books with an open mind, so I like pretty much everything. I hope to read these books though, like sound so amazing. Hope you have a nice day. :)

Re: A Demon Does It Better (8:59am January 31, 2012):

This book sounds totally cool. Hope I can read it soon. Have a great day. :)

Re: Falling For The Fireman (12:11pm January 24, 2012):

I like them because they talk about the love life of a hero. Then there are some that tell a lot about what a firefighter actually goes through. I like those stories. Any type of story dealing with firefighters is good for me. I've always like them, they're usually really hot guys working there. I hope to read your book. You sound like a good author. Hope you have a nice day and continue writing. :)

Re: Amazon Heat (2:48pm January 23, 2012):

I love novellas. I especially love series because it takes longer for the plots and stories of the lives of those people to end. I feel that novellas are too short. I always like to read something and have it continue. For some reason, for me, it's a little disappointing for the story to end. I hope that I can read your books. You sound like a great author. Hope you have a great day and continue writing. :)

Re: Lure of Song and Magic (9:05am January 18, 2012):

I am totally and completely interested in this book. It sounds really good. Hope to read it soon. Hope you have an amazing day and keep writing. :) You sound like a great author

Re: The Virtuoso (10:50am November 2, 2011):

You sound like a relly good author. If I don't win, I'll have to go get your book. I love reading, I find it better than television a lot. Hope you have a great day and continue writing. :)

Re: Embrace The Highland Warrior (1:05pm November 1, 2011):

Normally I do if there is no one in the house or nobody is supposed to be coming over. I get scared easily, so if I'm by myself in private and in public, I can get pretty startled. I've been that way since I was little.

Re: Utterly Charming (7:28pm October 19, 2011):

I absolutely love fairy tales. I don't think that I can just pick one as my favorite, but the first one I think came to mind was Alice in Wonderland. It was one of the fairy tales I've known. The second that I thought of was Cinderella. I like how the fairy godmother helped to bring the happy ever after. Mostly what I love about fairytales is that even when the characters' lives get extremely tough, at the end things work out and they have a beautiful happily ever after. I have never heard of those shows until I read this, so I'm going to check them out. I hope to be able to write a fairytale and publish it. Well, hope you have a great day and keep writing. :)

Re: The Rose Garden (2:28pm October 12, 2011):

I support casts in novels when I am in a dream mode. That is when I'm not doing anything and really have an open mind to a book. A lot of times my friends think I won't like a book, so I challenge them with my mind open, and when I read, I feel like I'm actually in the book with the characters. Sometimes I feel like I'm my favorite character in that book and am talking to the people that they are talking to. I do that a lot and it helps me to relax. Basically, I agree with the idea of supporting characters, especially when I'm trying to write my book because it helps me to get ideas. Hope you have a great day aand continue writing. :)

Re: Unleashed (9:12pm October 10, 2011):

I think the book sounds kinda cool. I can't wait to read it. Okay, so if I could shapeshift, I'd want to turn into a wolf or a snake. A wolf because they are majestic and are my favorite animal. A snake because I have some characteristics of snakes. I like the heat if I'm not moving, I can be very sneaky, and I'm slow most of the time but quick when I have to be. Well, hope you have a great day.

Re: Wilder (11:31pm October 7, 2011):

I didn't read the excerpt, just the description. I always do that so I can be surprised when I read the book.It sounds really amazing. I'm actually wanting to be an author when I'm alder and was wondering if you could give me some pointers. That's be cool if you could and you sound like you're a great writer so I'll look you up. Hope you're doing okay.

Re: The Norse King's Daughter (10:56am October 1, 2011):

I just finished reading the book summary and think that it is absolutely amazing. Okay, so for your problem, which I do hate it when it happens to me, I would suggest the authors Avi, Joan Lowery Nixon, and Garth Nix. They are really good authors and I absolutely love their work. As for the reading slump, I normally just look up book giveaways and find those sites, which is how I heard of you. Also, I am wanting to be an author when I am older and was wondering if you could give me some pointers. i am actually trying to work on a few books now and I'm a little stuck. The help would be very appreciated. Hope you have a nice day and hope to hear from you.

© 2003-2020 off-the-edge.net  all rights reserved Privacy Policy