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georgetakei:

Rarely drop the F-bomb, but this warrants one. Stay tuned for a blog piece on this later today, posted on That Blog Is So Takei.
so guys, just thought id like to remind you

lumos5001:

badwolf-on-gallifrey:

in the rise of the cybermen, the doctor mentioned that it used to be easy travelling between parallel universes
this was because of all the time lords and stuff
guess what guys
gallifrey stands
the time lords live
the doctor can visit rose
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christinedabo:

It’s time for the Mistletoe Madness Blog Hop! While I don’t have a blog other than Tumblr any longer, I’ll be doing everything through here.

To enter for a chance to win a $200 Best Buy Gift Certificate and USB drive, simply click this link and follow the directions to enter. 

Do it. You know you want to!!

And don’t forget to check out the other participating authors!

PJ Schnyder - steamy

Laura Kaye - steamy

Christi Barth - steamy

Katee Robert - steamy

Monica Burns - steamy

Christina Wolfer - steamy

Cat Johnson - steamy

Delphine Dryden - steamy

Vivi Dumas - steamy

Gabriella Edwards - steamy

Dana Marie Bell - steamy

Christine dAbo - steamy

Stephanie Flash Burke - steamy

Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences - all ages

Romance with Flavor - steamy

Simply Ali - steamy

Joyfully Reviewed - steamy

Books Make Me Happy - steamy

Literary Escapism - steamy

Sinfully Tasty Reads - steamy

Romancing Rakes For The Love of Romance - steamy

Thats What Im Talking About - steamy

Read-Love-Blog - steamy

The Book Tart - steamy

Trinity Blacio - steamy

Eliza Knight - steamy

Misa Buckley - all ages

Leah Braemel - steamy

Jodi Redford - steamy

Amy Joy Lutchen - all ages

Whos Reviews - all ages

AllisonGamblin.com - all ages

Books Make Me Happy - all ages

C. Margery Kempe - steamy

Tiffany Allee - all ages

Anna Daye - steamy

Val Griswold-Ford - all ages

Heather Long, Author - all ages

Nicole Zoltack - all ages

Robyn Neeley - all ages

Sarah Grimm - steamy

Ambrielle Kirk - steamy

Tonya Burrows - all ages

Selena Laurence - all ages

Rachel Rawlings - all ages

TrulySimplyPink - all ages

Kary Rader - all ages

In The Pages of a Good Book - steamy

Kait Ballenger - all ages

Zany PNR Addict - steamy

Tara Kingston - steamy

Mina Vaughn, Author - steamy

Hilary Storm, Author - steamy

Andrea Michelle - steamy

Kiss And Tell Reviews - steamy 

The passionate reader - all ages

Emma Shortt - steamy

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In the Blood, November 5, 2013

For seventeen years Jed Franklin’s life was normal. Then his father was charged with the abuse and murder of four young boys and normal became a nightmare.

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"Can we try something else?" Clint swung the practice sword in a wide sweep. “I think I got this motion down.""When you’re facing a crowd of zombies, there’s no time to think," a woman’s voice said behind him.He spun, sword in hand. She lunged at him. He had enough time to register pale skin and straight white-blonde hair atop a lithe frame before her arms crashed into his shoulders with shocking force. Air rushed painfully from his lungs as his back hit the ground. His sword rattled out of reach. She crouched on top of him, somehow holding him down with not much more than a hundred pounds to her. Eyes the color of ice on an Alaskan glacier stared back at him."If I were a zombie, you’d be a three-course meal right now." The woman, who was maybe a few years younger than him, snapped her jaw and laughed. "Or a new zombie, yourself," another male voice said. Clint looked over her shoulder to find the male version of his attacker standing about twenty feet back from the scene. Next to him, a mountain of a man smirked with amusement. All three of them were nuts.She shaped her hand like a gun and pressed it to his forehead. “No, I’d kill you before I let that happen.” She said it casually, like telling someone lunch was ready."Thanks?" Was this some sort of weird initiation?The woman leapt to her feet and yanked him up after her. She tapped the back of his skull. “When you’re attacked, your lizard brain takes over. You have to do something like a sword swing or a roundhouse kick thousands of times so that it becomes instinctual. Hesitation is fatal.” She punctuated her words with practiced movements; the swinging of an imaginary sword and a roundhouse kick aimed at the practice target."Right." He had known this, of course, but had forgotten it in the absolute boredom of swinging the sword the same way for hours.The woman stood there with her hands on her hips as if she were waiting for some kind of applause. He didn’t know what else to say that would keep her from jumping him again. Though, now that he got a good look at her, maybe he wouldn’t mind another roll in the dirt. She was tall, with long legs bared by khaki shorts. A tiny white tank top stretched over a black sports bra that definitely earned its keep. Lean muscle stretched along the full length of her arms, torso, and legs. Strapped to her legs and waist were weapon holsters of all varieties that - in his mind, at least - only made her sexier."What are you, Zombie Slayer Barbie?"
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Excerpt:

"Can we try something else?" Clint swung the practice sword in a wide sweep. “I think I got this motion down."

"When you’re facing a crowd of zombies, there’s no time to think," a woman’s voice said behind him.

He spun, sword in hand. She lunged at him. He had enough time to register pale skin and straight white-blonde hair atop a lithe frame before her arms crashed into his shoulders with shocking force. Air rushed painfully from his lungs as his back hit the ground. His sword rattled out of reach. She crouched on top of him, somehow holding him down with not much more than a hundred pounds to her. Eyes the color of ice on an Alaskan glacier stared back at him.

"If I were a zombie, you’d be a three-course meal right now." The woman, who was maybe a few years younger than him, snapped her jaw and laughed.

"Or a new zombie, yourself," another male voice said. Clint looked over her shoulder to find the male version of his attacker standing about twenty feet back from the scene. Next to him, a mountain of a man smirked with amusement. All three of them were nuts.

She shaped her hand like a gun and pressed it to his forehead. “No, I’d kill you before I let that happen.” She said it casually, like telling someone lunch was ready.

"Thanks?" Was this some sort of weird initiation?

The woman leapt to her feet and yanked him up after her. She tapped the back of his skull. “When you’re attacked, your lizard brain takes over. You have to do something like a sword swing or a roundhouse kick thousands of times so that it becomes instinctual. Hesitation is fatal.” She punctuated her words with practiced movements; the swinging of an imaginary sword and a roundhouse kick aimed at the practice target.

"Right." He had known this, of course, but had forgotten it in the absolute boredom of swinging the sword the same way for hours.

The woman stood there with her hands on her hips as if she were waiting for some kind of applause. He didn’t know what else to say that would keep her from jumping him again. Though, now that he got a good look at her, maybe he wouldn’t mind another roll in the dirt. She was tall, with long legs bared by khaki shorts. A tiny white tank top stretched over a black sports bra that definitely earned its keep. Lean muscle stretched along the full length of her arms, torso, and legs. Strapped to her legs and waist were weapon holsters of all varieties that - in his mind, at least - only made her sexier.

"What are you, Zombie Slayer Barbie?"

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Once-Upon-a-Darkness-ebook/dp/B00DFJ2LTG

B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/once-upon-a-darkness-aria-kane/1115687807