The In His Eyes Anthology with sixteen romantic short stories by Indelibles authors is HERE!
Every time I see her, she
Not in a charming or
tantalizing way, although there’s no question she captivates me. She surprises
me because there’s no whisper warning of her presence like with everyone else
in Warren Township High, where the dull roar of thoughts from the throng of
students in the hallway practically drowns out my own. Sometimes she’ll appear
by my side without warning. Or like today, I catch a glimpse of her retreating
down the hall. But I never hear her thoughts first. Even if she and I were the
only two people in the entire school, I still wouldn’t be able to read her
mind. And she can’t read mine either.
And that’s exactly the problem.
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“For any girl, it’d make a great Valentine’s Day gift!” – Footsteps to a Bestseller
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Here’s a peek at the other short stories in the anthology:
by Stacey Wallace Benefiel, author of Glimpse: Half the women
in Melody’s family can see the future, which makes it nearly impossible
for Raleigh to surprise her. What’s a guy to do for Valentine’s Day
when his girlfriend is always one step ahead of him?
or First Kill? by C.K. Bryant, author of Bound: Love isn’t
always rainbows and kittens, sometimes it can be downright deadly. (A deleted
chapter from Bound.)
author of Become: James and Desi
use each other in an effort to cling to the darkness in each of them, but in
the end they discover that love changes you. (A chapter of Become from
believe in the Greek gods, he finds the first love of his immortal life. Read
Eros’ first person account of his romance, and heartbreak, in the time before
he met Psyche.
Hooper, author of Tangled Tides. Yara Jones doesn’t want to be a
mermaid. Treygan doesn’t want to be the monster who turns her. You can’t always
get what you want. (A short prequel to Tangled Tides.)
the woods, he follows her. He soon realizes they are both in a dangerous
position and might not get out alive.
the Beginning by Katie Klein, author
of Cross My
Heart: Seth is falling hard for Genesis Green, but the guardian angel is
determined not to interfere, until an accident changes the course of their
lives forever. (A short prequel to The
Lasota, author of Artemis Rising: Finnian’s eyes
hide a terrible secret. But a girl on the train home, the girl in tears with a
secret of her own…She sees right through him. A scene from the upcoming
novel, Echoes in the Glass.
by Heather McCorkle, author of The Secret of Spruce Knoll: A Halloween
party filled with teens who can channel energy and use it to kill, what could
go wrong? For Spruce Knoll fans who are dying to read more about Fane.
author of Running Wide
is smart, hot, and an upperclassman—in other words, way out of Cody’s league.
So why did she choose him? (An excerpt of Getting Sideways.)
releasing Spring 2012: Malcolm
tries his hand at the family business but his conscience and a beautiful
“spy” may be his downfall.
by Elle Strauss, author of Clockwise: When Nate McKenzie asks an unpopular
girl to dance on a dare, he’s in for the time of his life.
Very Alien Valentine’s Day by Magan Vernon, author of How To Date An Alien: After
surviving confinement and an intergalactic war for his human half, Alex, now he
has to live through the biggest challenge of them all: Valentine’s Day.
tortured souls from a creature whose been feasting on their pain and suffering.
Here’s wishing everyone a very romantic Valentine’s Day – in fiction and real life!