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Has anyone posted fiction directly to Goodreads, either original or fanfiction?

I'd totally forgotten it was an option, even though I seem to have posted an extract there at some point in the dim and distant past. :)
  • Is it a good platform?
  • Not worth the effort?
  • Any pitfalls?
Thanks for any info.
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I think it may be slipper weather.

I can't wear my slippers in the summer because they are full boot, fluffy ones and they are too warm, but there is definitely a chill in the air now. My only problem is I can't remember where I put them :) Oops. I found one, but I'm pretty sure it's the one surviving one from the old pair that developed a large hole. It also looks like it has been savaged by a ferocious kitty!

I am royally pissed off with the latest Win10 update. It seems to have broken my alarms. I use the alarm clock on windows to tell me to go do things at various times and just now I shut off an alarm and every time I right clicked on something else it came back!

It also seems to have made the lets-open-windows-on-screens-you-don't-have even worse! It used to do it if I'd used a memory intensive program like Photoshop, but now it seems to be completely random. Problem is, it crashes Word. Everything else copes, I just have to right click on the task bar icon while hitting shift and then telling it to move to one of the actual monitors. It doesn't actually put it on the monitor I selected, but it does then put it on an actual screen.

The only way to fix it is to change the display settings of one of the monitors to portrait and then revert it - this seems to make it reset everything so it knows where the actual screens are!

It's Tuesday, which means a new chapter of Dead Before Dawn: The Vampire Curse.

Dead Before Dawn: The Vampire Curse on Wattpad

Chapter 3 - Dawn

Will Max survive dawn or will the vampire infection take over?

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Dead Before Dawn: The Vampire Curse 

It's finally time to go live! Yay!

The first chapter of my new novel

Dead Before Dawn: The Vampire Curse
Chapter 1: Cat and Mouse

is now published and ready for reading.

Max Statton is in Moscow for the premier of his new movie when a terrifying encounter turns his life on its head. Attacked by one of the city's resident vampires, Max is bitten and infected. Only a team of local vampire hunters prevent him being dragged into the underworld of the undead.

Fighting for his very existence, Max must resist the vampire curse with the help of Yulia, the hunter's doctor. But with his humanity slipping away, Max only has two choices: ask the hunters to end it, or risk becoming a monster. His fame makes it dangerous to just kill him, but there may be no choice.

When Yulia offers him a kill or cure option, Max must decide if he has the courage to take it. He wants to go home, he wants to see his family and friends, but his life is poised on a knife edge.

The really good news is I'm serialising it on Wattpad so it's totally free! You'll need a Wattpad account, but you can set one up in seconds using your Facebook login, your Google login or an email and password combination. Wattpad also has apps so you can read straight from your phone or tablet - just go to your app store and search for Wattpad, it will pop up.

If you enjoy the story I really would appreciate it if you added it to your library on Wattpad (the little + button) and gave it a vote - it helps the story be seen on Wattpad so helps me build a readership. Many thanks if you do.

Also, if you follow me you will be notified as soon as new chapters go live every Tuesday and Friday.

Please LMK if you are on Wattpad so I can follow you back.
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Y'know you picked the right one when you've been married nearly 20 years (next Feb) and he still does things like come home after working really late in the office in London, on nearly the last train, because he knows you haven't been sleeping well. Even though he had the option to stay up there and it would have been much easier for him.

He's such a sweetie. He knows I rarely get any sleep when he's not there, so he came all the way back. And it worked, I did get some sleep last night. Took me a while to fall asleep, but once I did I slept right through - a nigh on miracle at the moment.

The heat and me are not friends. And sometimes my brain decides to join in just for fun and keep throwing things at me - not even bad things, just stuff.

I watched A Nun's Story last night while waiting for Rob to come home. It always makes me cry in places and it was just the gentle story telling that I needed to help turn my brain off before bed. Audrey Hepburn really was a remarkable actress.
A Nun's Story


Finished a whole new chapter of my alpha draft of my novel yesterday. It was needed to plug 2 "but why..?" moments that Rob picked up for me when he read it through. So now version 2 has gone out to my alpha readers.

Didn't think it was going to need a whole chapter when I started writing, but it seems the holes were bigger than I thought ;) Rob's a great alpha reader because he doesn't think remotely in the same way I do, so missing bits are glaringly obvious to him. He's also good at spotting the odd typo.
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Soph and I are doing the whole "Ladies that Lunch" thing today :) Should be fun.

Of course it means I won't get much work on the novel done today. I am almost done with the alpha read, just sorting out those little - 'oh, I changed my mind about that' moments and the obvious typos before it goes to my alpha readers. It takes much longer than normal reading because I have to go so slowly so I don't miss things :) Sometimes my brain is too impatient and I have to go back and read bits again.

Next will be the read it outloud stage - the cats are going to love that - NOT! :)

Recording extracts is always fun too, because Ruby and Amber have to come see who I'm talking to and ask me questions. Both of them can make very loud noises when they want to. Don't you just love concerned kitties? :D

Bad Horror Film

I saw a terrible film yesterday - well, okay, not completely terrible, just not gripping (it's better than some I have seen): The Merchant (aka Devil's Deal).

The problem was it didn't make a whole lot of sense and I couldn't really be bothered to watch it because none of the characters grabbed me. Probably would have made more sense if I hadn't been fast forwarding large chunks because I was bored :). The beginning was really promising - low budget, but it looked like it was going to be interesting, unfortunately it went downhill from there. I recognised some of the cast, but I have no idea from where :)

Seen any terrible movies lately? I'd love to share your pain :)


Jun. 10th, 2016 02:52 pm
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Base draft of the new novel is done - yay!

*does happy dance*

I now have to alpha read it and send it to the other alpha readers before I can put it away for a while, but I don't care! It's finished. Last scene was 1000 words longer than I expected :). Nothing like making me work for the finish line.

Let's not even mention editing it, yet ;)
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Since I have finally almost finished the new novel - it will take a while to edit after I finish the last scene and a half today, but the end is in sight - I have begun to think about what I want to do with it.

It even has a title: "Ellie Grange and the Mythical Space Diamond" :) Also known as asexual, female Indiana Jones in space.

Author at Work

With this one I want to try the more traditional route first, I think. I'm going to sub it to agents to see if I can get a bite. I have just bought a new copy of The Writers and Artists Yearbook, which should be dropping through the door today if Amazon are on form.  I can get on with all the cover letters while the book is polished :)

I also follow several agents online who I have my eye on. They will be my first port of call once it's ready, but I will have the highlighter and page tags out for going through the book when it arrives.

I cannot believe that some people require hard copy submissions still. Whatever happened to the paperless office? It's 2016 people! 

I was looking at publishers who don't need agents too, and there was one (who shall remain nameless) who wanted the whole novel, double spaced, single sided - that's like a forest all by itself, and they might not even read it! Think of the trees!

Then there was another one that went on about how perfectly the novel had to be edited before they would even look at it and basically how the author had to do all the work once it was published. Made me wonder what the publisher was actually for other than taking a huge percentage of sales profit. I know in the modern set-up the author has to do lots of work in the marketing, but this sub page made me think the publisher did nothing. I'm sure that's not the actual case, but they managed to make it sound that way :) Not very inviting.

I haven't tried the traditional route for years (except once last year), because, frankly, it can be kind of soul destroying. Last time one of the rejections had clearly been photocopied so many times it was virtually unreadable - now that really makes a person feel wanted. That's if you even get a reply at all. It can be like shouting into a void. I mean, how hard is it just to send an email saying thanks, but no thanks?

What made me want to try again was actually another rejection. Ironic, I know! I subbed to one of the agents I follow online last year, on the off chance, and the rejection that came back was lovely. It basically said thank you, you can write, but the particular book's just not for me. It was short and to the point, it said no, but didn't crush the spirit, in fact it lifted it. I will be forever grateful for that rejection. Now if only I can send her a book she will be interested in :).

JKR was rejected lots - I refuse to be disheartened ;)
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I have just spent the morning re-doing my LinkedIn profile. Apparently lots of people use it these days so I decided to actually add some content.

I have so many profiles on so many places it's hard to keep up! :)

Didn't get the novel finished yesterday as I had hoped because I flaked out. I think it was the heat. Did get some flash fiction written though.

It's today's post over at my Tasha's Thinkings blog.

Since I have nothing sensible to say, have a pretty picture instead :)
Tom Hiddleston with a cat
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Y'know, some people say that the hardest part of writing something is coming up with the original idea, but I have to disagree.

I think the hardest part is finishing.

I have so many ideas it's sometimes hard to pin a single one down. I have 16 beginnings in my Oneshot folder alone and they don't get in there until they are at least fully formed as ideas with a good percentage written. To give you a comparison, my Concepts folder has 46 subfolders at the moment, all with the start of things. On top of that there is my series folder, which I'm just not going into.

However, in the same vein as my little alarms on my computer that tell me what to do when (which are working really well, actually), I have decided to make a list of goals for this month. And to make sure I don't cheat, I am posting it here :).
  1. Finish the first draft of my new novel - Ellie Grange and the Mythical Space Diamond (yes the title is supposed to be somewhat tongue in cheek :)) - I expect to do this today or tomorrow since there are only a few scenes left to go.
  2. Write at least 3 new short stories
    1. the second fairy tale one
    2. a sci-fi one to sub to magazines
    3. another one that I haven't decided on yet :)
  3. Finish at least the first 5 chapters of Defence, Pretence, Offence (the sequel to Gold Tinted Spectacles), so they can be published, which will in turn force me to actually finish the rest of it - since it's mostly the beginning which isn't done, this shouldn't be too hard.
  4. Continue to post on LJ and my blog Tasha's Thinkings at least three times a week, daily if possible.
Do you have any goals for this month? Do you like having goals, or do they stress you out?

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So about half ten or so yesterday morning I began to feel rather grotty. My stomach has not been right all week and I thought it was something I ate, but I think now it might have been a virus of some kind and yesterday was the culmination. So much so that I took myself to bed for most of the afternoon and still slept like a log all night. Feel much better today though, just got no writing done yesterday at all :(


I so want to finish my latest novel. I only have a little over a chapter to go. Of course it's the climax scenes that I have left to write, though, so it's taking twice as long as it should because I keep changing my mind on how exactly I want it to go.

Once the first draft is done it will be time for the alpha read where I make sure I haven't done anything silly and I'll give it to my alpha readers to see what they think. Then I'll have to put it aside for a while before beta reading it.

Evil Children

So when I wasn't asleep yesterday afternoon I was lazing around in bed watching a horror movie called Wicked Little Things.
Wicked Little Things

Now this is a really well done horror - it's creepy in so many ways.

It's set in Pennsylvania, in the mountains, where in 1913 a mine, which employed many of the local children, collapses due to the direct actions of the mine's owner, who was later acquitted of wrong doing. Flash forward to the present day and Karen Tunny and her two daughters are moving into her late husband's old family home on the mountain. Only problem is the children from the mine might be dead, but they're still on the mountain and they like to eat people as they strive for revenge against the owner of the mine and his descendants.

The creepiest thing about this movie is the zombie children aren't growling monsters with their flesh falling off. They just look like children. They don't move super fast or anything like that, they just work as a pack and use their mining tools to bring down their prey and then rip it up. They act like animals in little people shaped packages and they make no noise.

This is also a horror movie with a really satisfying ending. If there is one thing Hollywood is bad at, it's ending horror movies, but this one is perfect.

Worth seeing if you like this kind of thing.

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I do love the extra day off when we have a bank holiday Monday, but it doesn't half throw my week out :) I managed to get some writing done yesterday, but not as much as I had hoped.

I also didn't sleep well last night - dreams kept waking me up *pout*. Hence I took the extra hour in bed this morning rather than getting up when Rob did.

Kitchen Rearrange

Rob decided to rearrange the dinning room end of the kitchen over the weekend and, I have to say, it does look much better now. We have a large sideboard and he's moved it from once side to the other. The room looks much lighter now because it is against the big wall to the vaulted ceiling, not the short wall. We're planning on adding a feature radiator on the wall where the sideboard used to be - the underfloor heating is okay, but it just can't cope when it's really, really cold, so we've decided to give it some help.

Random Thoughts

I am wearing my favourite jumper (sweater) today, but I fear it may not be long for this world. I have had it nearly 10 years - I know this because I bought it specifically for our 10th anniversary trip and next year is our 20th anniversary :). It used to be a posh jumper, but now it is very sad and saggy. It is also developing holes. I shall cling on until it is so disgraceful it has to be binned, but I do not think that will be long.

We also have a slug loose in the old dining room - probably came in on one of the cats and now I can't find the little bugger. I am considering simply lining the carpet with salt. It only comes out in the depths of the night and I don't know where it's hiding. You'd think something that leaves a trail would be easy to find, wouldn't you! Ugh, I hate slugs.

Old TV Show of the Day: The Equalizer
The Equalizer

Rob and I are slowly making our way through The Equalizer. I used to love it during the 80s and, actually the eps still stand up today. Of course there is the Cold War paranoia that was prevalent in all shows and movies with spies in the 80s, but we seemed to be headed back to that thanks to Putin *shrug*. Edward Woodward really was superb as the ex-spy who tries to help people.

My fav character was always Mickey Kostmayer, played by Keith Scarybiker - okay, Szarabajka - he's in more eps than I remember, this makes me happy :)

The new movie with Denzel Washington was a good movie, but it wasn't The Equalizer, sorry. If you want to remake The Equalizer with a PoC in the lead, the first thing you need is Idris Elba - just saying.

Were you an Equalizer fan? Have you seen the new movie - what did you think? Did you do anything special for the long weekend?

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Medical Investigation:

I have just rediscovered Medical Investigation - I'd forgotten how much I used to enjoy that show. Anyone else remember it? They are a team from the "National Institute of Health" who go in and figure out why people are dying, then sort it all out. It was surprisingly upbeat considering the number of people who kick the proverbial bucket in it :).
Medical Investigation

It was back in early 90s and stared, among others, Christopher Gorham (young chap on the far right of the piccie). That was back when it seemed that anything he was in was doomed to only last one season :). Oddyssey 5, Jake 2.0, this one - they all got cancelled, which was very frustrating. Good god, he's only 2 years younger than me (just checked his IMDB) - one of those baby faced actors, I guess.

I also love Neal McDonough who has the most amazing eyes (chap in the middle) and seems to show up playing baddies a lot. Actually - I really like all the main cast. Kelli Williams went on to be my fav in Lie to Me; Anna Belknap was awesome in CSI: NY; Troy Winbush is one of those actors who shows up in everything :). They were a great ensemble cast - it's a shame the series didn't go any further. Of course I suspect the writers were running out of deadly outbreaks that made good drama without being utterly icky.

Other stuff:

My schedule still seems to be working - manages to write 16K words last week and have already produced 3.5K this week, so the whole alarms telling me what to do when seems to be working :) Need to set up a different set for Mondays though, because I do the weekly shop first thing in the morning, which buggers up my schedule a bit.

Nearly have a new short story finished - just one scene to go. Of course it's THAT scene - y'know the one. It's supposed to be easy, but it refuses to reveal how it's supposed to go. I've written it twice so far and discarded both. With me luck for getting it done today. It's part of a series I'm planning called Re-Forged Fairy Tales with main characters with alternative sexualities to the usual heterosexual, CIS focus of these things. This one is a bigender Little Red Riding Hood. The next will hopefully be asexual Cinderella. I haven't planned any farther than that :).

Poll #17492 Favourite Fairy Tale
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What is your Favourite Fairy Tale?

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I as having the most bizarre dreams all night, but I think one of them might make a good story - so there is that :) Thank you brain for the inspiration, but a quiet night's sleep would also be appreciated!

The whole schedule thing is still working, yesterday I managed to turn out:
  • 2 blog posts,
  • the preparation for another blog post
  • half a different short story from day 1 that I intend to try and finish today
  • half a chapter on my current WiP novel
If I keep this up I'll have the novel finished by the end of the month since it's been almost done for a while now. It would be nice to get it into the editing stage.

I am so glad I have Buffer as well - it means I can schedule a whole day of tweets and then not worry about it. Well unless I see something really interesting fly past on Tweetdeck :).

Does anyone remember Misfits of Science? I never realised it was a TV series when I first saw it because over in the UK we only ever got the movie, which was actually the pilot. I was going through some old VHS tapes and found it :) It was one of those Soph and I picked up from the second hand bin at Blockbuster I think :)
Misfits of Science

I may have to go check out Youtube to see if anyone has uploaded it ... ohh, I just discovered it's finally available on DVD. Hmm ... but having never seen the series I don't know if it's worth the price. Anyone see it? Was it good or bad?

Had any good dreams lately? What do you think happened to Amelia Earhart? (in case you are wondering, this is a Misfits of Science reference - I'm not quite that random ;)). 

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 I have decided to use a schedule to organise myself and make me more disciplined. I wrote all about it on my Tasha's Thinkings blog today:
Time to Take the Random Out of Writing #WriterlyWednesdays 28

It seems to be working too. Yesterday I made myself follow the schedule and I turned out:
  • two blog posts,
  • half a new short story (that may worryingly turn into a novella if my brain has anything to say about it)
  • and managed to re-read all my current WiP novel so I can start writing it properly again today.
I also got on top of my social media and emails. This makes me happy.

It's working so far today too - I already have all my scheduled tweets done and ready to go and two blog posts done.

Looks like I'm going to have to swap things around a bit because, apparently, when I set my mind to it, I can churn out blog posts far faster than I thought I could :).

I'm thinking of adding fanfic writing into the schedule too, because I really want to get some more of that in and I have to finish the sequel to GTS asap.

For some reason my brain seems to fall into line much better if I make telling it to do things official by scheduling actual alarms on my PC, rather than just mentally telling myself I should do something. I always knew I worked better with deadlines, but I never realised it was quite this specific :).

Who knew something as simple as a few bells could make me do things ... oh yes, Pavlov! ;)

I have also rediscovered a show I used to watch back in the 90s and early 2000s - PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (back in the days when if a show didn't have a ':' in the title it was nothing ;)). Some eps are really bad, but it's still entertaining. Haven't got to season 2 yet, Rob and I are working our way through s1, which had a different format and was more about the cases than the characters. It's fun :).
Psi Factor Logo

Are you a deadline person - do you work better in a structured environment?
How many TV shows can you name with a ':' in the title?

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I have always loved Livejournal and by extension Dreamwidth and I've finally decided to stop neglecting them.

Yesterday I posted about Eurovision (LJ | DW) and I actually got to communicate with people - I even commented on some other posts about Eurovision too. It was lovely and it took me back to when I used to do this every day.

Hence I have decided to try and post much more often on these accounts.

So, how is everybody? :)

Any new fandoms I should know about?

I've decided to be more organised because I don't think I'm getting enough done, so I've scheduled my day. In case you were wondering, 9 - 11 is for blogging and such things, because I do a lot of it for my work and I'm slipping LJ and DW in there too, because I can :). It's after 11 that the "proper" writing starts.

Soph ([personal profile] thwax  ) made the most amazing cake for our little Eurovision gathering at the weekend:

Eurovision cake

Rob and I had a piece for dessert last night after dinner too, since Soph left us with some. She took the rest to work because we couldn't finish it all :).

Well, lovely to chat - now I need a cup of tea, since Ruby got me out of bed this morning way before the alarm should have gone off, but jumping on my head ... TWICE! I love my cats, but sometimes ....  ;)

What I posted elsewhere:

Review: We Still Kill the Old Way (18) #MonsterMondays 35 (yesterday) - Rob and I happened to click in this on one of the movie channels and it was good, so I reviewed it.
How To Rename Multiple Files with Windows Powershell #TipsTuesdays 28 - I've been reorganising our NAS box and found Powershell really useful for renaming files, hence I wrote a blog post about it.
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Seeking Creators of All Kinds for #WriterlyWednesdays

I am seeking writers and book people of all kinds to feature on Writerly Wednesdays on my blog Tasha's Thinkings. If you are a blogger, comic creator, cover artist, author (fanfic as well as original) or anything else to do with writerly things I would love to host you.

If you have a book, publication or event to publicise, that's great too - all I ask is that there is some content to the post as well as the advertising. For example, if you are publicising your book, either a guest post (can be just a paragraph or two) or an author interview would be great.

I am happy to create a banner for the top of the post to make it FB and G+ friendly, if you don't already have one you would like me to use. See these posts to see what kind of thing I usually come up with.

The posts usually go live at midnight GMT on the Wednesday they are scheduled for and then in the morning I share them to my followers on Twitter, Facebook, Pintrest and G+.

To take part, please fill in THIS FORM and I will get back to you about a spot. Many thanks.

N.B. if the timing is important, i.e. the post will be part of a blog hop, book tour or the like, please let me know in the comments section at the end.
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Writerly Wednesdays 25

Fanfiction is lauded in some places, derided in others - personally I think it's great and today I tackle the topic of going from fanfiction to original book and why sometimes it can work and sometimes it can't.#WriterlyWednesdays 25

The Machine: Rise of the GiftedThe Machine: Rise of the Gifted
by Natasha Duncan-Drake

Rafe Derouet used to be a world class figure skater competing against his arch rival, flamboyant Louis Hayes, until a catastrophic knee injury ended his career.

When mysterious men in black with guns take over a press meet, trying to arrest Louis, they awaken something dangerous in their target. In the chaos Rafe finds out Louis can literally read his mind.

Dragged into a murky world of x-files Rafe tries to survive as he begins to realise his hatred for Louis might be something else entirely.

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The Machine
Rise of the Gifted
by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Men in black aren't usually associated with figure skating, but when MiBs try to arrest men's champion Louis Hayes, his ex-rival Rafe Derouet finds out to his cost that telepathic x-files really do exist.

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Writerly Wednesdays - Seeking guest posts
I am seeking Bloggers, Authors (fanfic authors as well), Cover Artists, Editors and anyone else you can think of who might be something to do with writing to host for Writerly Wednesdays. Please check out the link above for details and the form to fill in if you would like to take part.

Many thanks for reading and if you know someone who might be interested, I'd be very grateful if you would pass on the link. Hope you are having a good week.
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Finally Found Some Wonderful Novel Writing Software I Like - yWriter - #TipsTuesdays 6

I have tried numerous novel writing assistance applications in the past and disliked most of them. This one I actually like and have already found very useful. Check out the link for details.


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Cat's Call by Natasha Duncan-Drake Cat's Creation by Natasha Duncan-Drake Cat's Confidence by Natasha Duncan-Drake Sacrifice of an Angel by Tasha & Sophie Duncan Stockings by Tasha and Sophie Duncan The Beginning by Natasha Duncan-Drake Advent by Natasha Duncan-Drake Forgotten Soul by Tasha D-Drake Forbidden Soul by Tasha D-Drake Fortunate Soul by Tasha D-Drake
Dark Reflections My Stand Alone Short Stories/ Novelettes/ Novellas My Anthologies
Me, Myself and I (Dark Relfections #1) by Tasha D-Drake Dreams and Reality (Dark Reflections #2) by Tasha D-Drake Face of the Dead by Tasha D-Drake Chip Off the Old Block? by Tasha D-Drake Parting the Veil by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan Out of the Frying Pan by Natasha Duncan-Drake The Trade by Natasha Duncan-Drake Myriad Imaginings by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan Half of Everything by Natasha Duncan-Drake Assassin's Blood by Natasha Duncan-Drake