Good morning everyone! We have author Rachel Firasek visiting us today. Rachel’s writing career began at the impressionable age of twelve with a poem dedicated to the soldiers of Desert Storm. A dark macabre affair that earned her a publication in an anthology and many raised eyebrows from family and friends, she hid her poetry and artistic style for years…
Tucked away in the heart of Central Texas, with the loving support of her husband and three children, she dusted the cobwebs from her craft. Returning to those twisted regions of her mind, she creates dark urban fantasies and soul-searching paranormal romance.
To learn where love twists the soul to light the shadows, visit Rachel at http://www.rachelfirasek.com/
Recently an article on Yahoo caught my undivided attention. Now, I can honestly say that I’ve never been one to jump on the UFO bandwagon, but you have to admit when a country’s government releases information in mass documents, it makes you stand up and listen.
Here’s a direct quote from the article: "These documents show absolutely beyond a doubt that over many, many years, Ministry of Defense officials, government ministers and defense intelligence staff have treated the UFO issue seriously," Nick Pope told AOL News.
Over 8000 pages of data, reports, sightings, photos and who knows what else were released. These documents dated back to the 1970s. Now, I haven’t had time to download each archive, but I have to tell you, it certainly makes you sit up and listen. I also think it makes you a little less skeptical of your pal that sits around and quotes conspiracy theories at every turn. We all have one of those pals.
Okay, why the UFO topic? Well, after brainstorming with a friend over a sci-fi she’s writing, I realized that with our changing technology, the hype about 2012, and now with this release, the world is more open now to the sci-fi world than ever before. I normally write Paranormal Romance, but who knows, maybe this year I’ll dig myself knee deep in government documents and create the next big thing!
What do you think about the UFO articles released by the UK? What do you like to read in romance? Would a smoking hot Alien and a humanoid from Earth, peak your interest? Ever wondered why Star Trek was so popular in a time with more skeptics than not? Should I write about humans visiting other planets? I’d really like to know what grabs your attention when reading this powerful market.
Thanks for having me today! I really enjoyed this topic and look forward to digging deeper.
It's an empath thing...
Using your "powers" to help the Dark Hills Police Department hunt down serial killers doesn't leave much time for dating. Not that Piper Anast is complaining. The last thing she needs is some guy brushing up against her and pumping his pornographic thoughts into her head.
When she meets Bennett Slade, a sexy, tormented vampire, Piper stumbles headlong into a telepathic connection with his missing daughter. She can't leave the kid to the evil surrounding her unwanted visions, nor can she resist her draw to Slade. He's the first guy she's been able to touch vision-free in, well, forever.
As she and Slade close in on the evil creature holding his daughter, Piper's powers morph into a deadly fury. To save Slade's daughter-and herself-Piper must face down demons she never knew she had and trust the one thing she keeps from everyone.
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