Friday, August 22, 2014

Open Road A Bikers Anthology supports Toys For Tots

Available for two weeks only, this publication ends September 21, 2014. This collection of eight full length novels are written by some of today’s best-selling authors. All proceeds will go toward the Marine Toys For Tots Foundation. Holding On (Lights of Peril, #1) by AC Bextor Throttle Me (Men of Inked, #1) by Chelle Bliss Renegade Lady (Renegade Sons MC, #1) by Dawn Martens & Emily Minton Grim: The beginning (Black Rebel Riders' MC, #1) by Glenna Maynard Two Worlds Colliding (Scorpio Stinger MC Series #1) by Jani Kay Holding Out (Hawks Motorcycle Club Series, #1) by Lila Rose Fierce (Storm MC #2) by Nina Levine Ravage Me (Ravage MC, #1) by Ryan Michele

Monday, August 11, 2014

Update on the Black Rebel Riders' MC series

What's next for the series you ask? Right now I am working on the fourth and fifth books of the series.

Book #4 is Striker

Releasing late 2014/early 2015
Book 4 Black Rebel Riders' MC
**Subject to change**

Have you ever made a choice that changed everything? A decision that set off a chain of events that you could not control. Have you ever been torn between wishing to go back and change one night if it could repair all of the lives you ruined or being glad that it happened because it brought you, the most precious gift life had to offer?
As long as I can remember, I have sworn to protect her, to give her everything she ever needed. I waited so long for her to put her faith in me to trust in me to cherish her and I failed her. Letting down the one person who mattered most to me broke me, letting her go about nearly killed me. I have traveled many roads, but riding the road to winning her heart is proving to be my greatest journey yet... My name is Striker Black and this is my story...

"Nothing brings me so much pain and pleasure, like her mouth."

Book #5 The Diary of Gypsy Red
Releasing late 2014/early 2015
The Diary Of Gypsy Red
A Black Rebel Riders' MC companion
**Subject to change**
A woman's heart holds an ocean of secrets; I suppose I can tell you some of mine...
Gypsy Red left behind many unanswered questions. Who was she? Where did she come from?  Whom did she truly love, if anyone? All of the answers you seek, the secrets she kept—the enigma of who she was will all be revealed in The Diary of Gypsy Red.

Saturday, August 9, 2014

I'm not sorry...

So let me start off by saying I have the most amazing group of readers, ya'll seriously are so amazing. You have no idea what your continued support means to me. Now this post may get me on authors behaving badly list, but I am not sorry. So why write it you ask/ because I have to say this, I have to get it off my chest.
 The definition of fiction is as follows Fiction is the form of any work that deals, in part or in whole, with information or events that are not real, but rather, imaginary and theoretical—that is, invented by the author. source Wikipedia

Now that said when I started writing my Black Rebel Riders' MC Series I had not read one biker/MC book not one. I didn't know there was a guide I had to follow that I had to do certain things to write a biker book. What am I talking about? The past few days I have been getting called out for changing terms normally used in biker books. I didn't know it was mandatory. So what I call church-choir, prospects-potentials, old lady's-top bitch.  It was what I wanted. I am an artist, my stories are my art, and I'm not sorry. I knew people would complain but to discount the story for it is ridiculous. I didn't want to write a carbon copy of all the other biker books, I'm not knocking them because I have read some amazing ones now. But I wanted mine to be different I don't want to be like everyone else. I have my own story to tell, if I didn't I would be writing fan-fiction. And hey there is nothing wrong with that either, but this is my series, my story and if I want it to be different that's okay. So no I won't change the terminology to please a few people and no I'm not sorry. Peace love and hair grease or some shit, that is all :)

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Black Rebel Riders' MC

Black Rebel Riders' MC

What every self-published author should know

Going into self-publishing is a tremendous amount of work. There were so many things I din't know going into it. I am still learning with every book I release, but here are a few things you should learn how to do yourself in case you are ever stuck in a pickle at some time or another. I know there are plenty of others I am leaving out but I will update this post periodically.

  1. How design an ebook cover
  2. How to properly format your book for ebook and paperback
  3. How to set up and manage your own blog tour, release blitz, cover reveal ect
  4. How to proofread
  5. How to run giveaways 
  6. How to set up and maintain a blog or website
  7. How to make a book trailer
  8. How to properly use social media

Monday, August 4, 2014

Black Rebel Riders' MC

Black Rebel Riders' MC

The Black Rebel Riders' MC is located in Drag Creek Kentucky. They are a group of outlaws who live and die by their way of life. For them it has always been about moonshine, brotherhood and motorcycles. Black Rebel Riders' MC was founded by Slim Black and Grim Jones—two friends who were looking to get out of the killing game.

There are 5 books planned in the series as of now, with the option for more in the future. 
Reading order:
Grim The beginning
The Diary of Gypsy Red

The first 3 books of the series are available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Ibooks and Kobo.  The rest of the series will be released soon.

Friday, August 1, 2014

Baby Book 3 Black Rebel Riders' MC Teaser


Book 3

Black Rebel Riders' MC


Glenna Maynard




Our life isn't pretty— it's rough. We thrive on blood, sweat, tears, family, moonshine and most of all motorcycles...

 They say a woman's heart is an ocean of secrets and I will do anything to protect mine. Cradling my newborn son in my arms, I already know what I must do. I am going to give Sunshine and Grim the gift of a son. They can give him things I can't.  What matters is that I do what's best for this dark haired angel who is depending on me to give him the world. I can't provide him the family he deserves, his father doesn't have a clue he belongs to him and he never will if I have anything to do with it. How do you stay when the person who owns your heart, body and soul belongs to another? Where do broken hearts go when home is all you know, but home is where he is...

Is there such a thing as loving someone too much–too hard? I think maybe the world wasn't ready for the love we shared, it was a ride or die love. Love either grows or dies. If it grows, it expands beyond the depths of our reach, but if it dies, there is no getting it back.

God how I loved that boy and the man I thought he would be, but that boy grew up and that man only ever existed in my heart. I can't say exactly where it all went wrong, not that any of it was ever right to start with. So how I did I get to this point. I guess you could say it began the day I discovered I never really was in love with Rebel Black and in time, I found myself drawn to someone new.

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