Monthly Archives: April 2014

Gargoyle-new stand alone YA paranormal romance

Gargoyle-new stand alone YA  paranormal romance

GARGOYLE is Cyndi Goodgame’s new stand alone YA novel. Releases in May.

Snow has always felt her life was out of place, jagged like the rocks of a cliff never escaping the whip of the wind. Months after her parents’ death, sudden changes make her world flip flop. And more, the next day gave proof to her lifelong questions. She was right. Nothing is ever as it seemed.

Being able to read a person’s entire lifeline is disturbing. Having another read your own is worse. Ancient magic courses through Snow’s veins. And she’s not the only one. Hyde Parker resurfaces from her past to protect against those who would hurt her for the power she holds, but has an ulterior motive that has nothing to do with just saving her life.

Snow and Hyde’s destinies were intertwined so long ago, so much that neither think it’s an accident. Of course, he knows it wasn’t an accident. And he’ll do anything to keep the other guardians from taking her. Something is pushing them closer, but neither is unhappy about it. Or admitting it!

Ode to the gods…may they grant mercy


Paranormal Quote of the Week

Paranormal Quote of the Week

As with all novels, there is an evil queen. This one may not be sincerely paranormal, but it is in it’s own right. Great series.
Ode to female villains!

Paranormal Quote of the Week

Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.

Edgar Allan Poe


Paranormal Quote of the Week


The world has gone insane.


True Facts about liars!


Paranormal Quote of the WEek

Paranormal Quote of the WEek

New Covers for the Fey Court Trilogy

New Covers for the Fey Court Trilogy

Fey Court Trilogy has a few new faces.
Do the Fey exist? In Grace’s world they do, but she doesn’t know it yet.

An unsuspecting Grace thinks she is utterly ordinary ignoring the fact that odd things happen to her daily. She has always felt like she did not belong anywhere or to anyone. She constantly lets others rule her feelings, drive her inner anger, and squelch her capabilities. Yet she sees impossible things happen, seems to make them happen unintentionally, and spends the majority of her teenage life trying to prove to others that she is not a freak.

Ian, is a clever quiet dark-haired boy who always seems to mysteriously save her at just the right time from her darkest moments. And does he know how Grace feels about him? Will she ever admit it aloud?

Then one Halloween night, her eighteenth birthday, she finally finds out the truth. A prophecy. Before she was born, her destiny was chosen naming her to end a war. She enters a world hidden just outside the real one. Was it all laid out, or does she have a choice?

Grace seems to think so even still. And Ian gives her the choice to walk away from him and his secrets. But does she want to walk away? Ian offers much more than just himself, the son of the Seelie Court queen. He offers her a path into his world where appearances are deceiving and others are trying to woo her away. Her world by birth. Creatures. And they are not the tiny winged beings from her childhood. They call themselves many names. Fey. Fair Folk. Fairies. And they say she is to be their new queen. But the enemies who want her to fail are closer than you think. Much closer. Will Grace be able to tell friend from foe? Even ones who have been beside her for years?

And yet all of this was her choice? What will Grace choose? Who will Grace choose?

Paranormal Quote of the Week

Paranormal Quote of the Week