Autumn Train Blog Hop

 

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Do you have a favorite fall memory linked to a train? What do you imagine you would see if you were riding a train in the fall? Join the authors of Wild Child publishing and Freya’s Bower as we Take an Autumn Train Ride through our blogs.

Prizes will include

 

  • Four $50 gift certificates (two for Wild Child and two for Freya’s Bower)
  • An awesome swag package that includes:
    • Bookmarks
    • Books
    • Wild Child T-shirt and mug
    • Wild Child and Freya’s Bower bags
    • Four handmade, crochet coasters by Kit Wylde
    • An autographed copy of Rosemary and Rue by Seanan McGuire
    • A rare DVD copy of the Matheson/Furst classic “Up The Creek” (lovingly used)
    • One ebook copy of Nita Wick’s short story, The Dream (previously published as part of a Freya’s Bower anthology.)
    • Book trading cards
    • Signed Dangerous Waters poster
    • copy of “Battle for Blood: The Blood Feud”
    • the winner’s name as a character in Kissa Starling’s next sweet romance story.
    • A Yankee Candle
    • and more…

 

The Jack the Mac Chronicles

Pedro ‘El Gato’ Cerda and Thomas Stultz

 

Having devoted his life to the world of the mercenary, Jack the Mac made a name for himself as one of the most destructive to ever tread across the continents of the world. Unfortunately the collateral damage he became known for reached far beyond what his employers and society considered acceptable and he eventually became blacklisted.

Reduced to the mediocrity of the unemployed and unemployable, Jack the Mac struggles to survive a world he can no longer find a niche within. In spite of lack of pay to provide him with the status of a professional mercenary, he discovers excitement can be found without even leaving home. A parade of killers decides to free him from his worldly struggles in order to revenge both real and imagined slights suffered at his hands and unfortunately, the incidents usually occur when Jack the Mac is on a date.

Forced to deal with random assaults, kidnappings, and car bombings, all while attempting to renew his driver’s license and fulfill appointments with the unemployment office, Jack the Mac keeps searching for the perfect job opportunity and his true love. All he wants is a sweet girl who can shoot a man in the face and follow it up with a night of raucous lovemaking beside the corpse. If he can scrape enough cash together to get some bullets off layaway, he might have a chance.

Buy Now!!!

 

Please visit these sites for more chances to win, the more you visit the more chances you have to win. We have 46 participating authors. You can stop at as many or as little blogs as you wish. At each stop, you will find two chances to enter per blog to win some awesome prizes. If you visit all, that’s 92 chances to win! There will be five, lucky winners.

 

Take the Blog Train and Visit These Blogs for more chances to win

 

Marci Baun/Kit Wylde

Critters at the Keyboard

Teresa D’Amario

Judith Leger, Fantasy and Contemporary Romance Author

Highland Rogue Writing

The Fictional World of Jaime Samms

Follow Where the Path will Take You

The Wandering Mind of Lizzy P. Bellows

Where Love and Magic Meet

Kissa Starling

Marianna Heusler

Hell’s Ambrosia

C.M. Michaels

The Shadow Portal

The Blog Zone

Blog By iMagine

Ardyth DeBruyn Author Blog

Shadows of the Past

Dear Reader

Cassie Exline — Mystery and Romance

Sarcastic Rambling & Writing

That’s What I Think

Sue’s Random Ramblings

Make Old Bones

Elements of Mystery

Molly Dean’s Blog

Kenzie’s Place

The Forbidden Blog

David Huffstetler

Cassandra Ulrich

Carol Marvell

Andrew Richardson

Nick Lloyd

Fiddleeebod — land of stories

Nita Wick’s Blog

Ruth G. Zavitsanos

Too Poor for Texas

Jenn Nixon

City of Thieves

Musings and Doodles

Husein

The Western Writer

Bike Cop Blog

The Character Depot

Allen Currier

Tracy Holohan

 

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About hellsambrosia

Striking out to make names for themselves in the brutal desert land of Tucson, Arizona, Pedro Cerda and Daniel Stiles chose the profession of security by which to build their renown. The process of vocational evolution brought sarcasm from exuberance, irritation from helpfulness and most importantly, apathy from vigilance. Through the natural selection of a shopping mall, they learned the path for survival could be arrived at by way of detachment from care. It exists as a lesson others might comprehend through the pages of their stories, testimony put forth as the ladder of salvation from the balcony perch of chaos. You can be saved but if not, that's your own problem. Our current credits include the upcoming novel The Jack the Mac Chronicles from Freya's Bower, “The Erratic Blueprint of Desperation” from Wild Child Publishing, “Lethargy’s Rainbow” from Aphelion’s March 2009 issue, “Hell’s Security” from Nautilus Engine’s May 2009 issue, “Variable Hate” from Nautilus Engine’s August 2009 issue, and “Soulless Screaming Shoes” from South Jersey Underground’s August/September 2009 issue.
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