Wednesday, January 30, 2013

What's New? for 1/30

Hey, good morning everyone. It's supposed to be an unseasonably warm today here in New England, and there's a layer of fog outside my window right now.

And even though meteorologists (and smart people) will say that it's the weather causing the fog outside, I just happen to think it's the steamy romances I posted this morning that's causing it.

Dare I dream. Anyway....

We received a pair of steamy romance novellas -- they could just as well be considered erotica, hint hint -- from Makenna Jameison, and they are Kindle exclusives as she brings us Christmas With A Soldier and Valentine From A Soldier. They're both on the Romance tab.


Edit, 11:12 a.m. ET -- Our friend Daniel Arenson just stopped by with coffee and a special treat: the third book in his second Dragons trilogy! It's A Night of Dragon Wings, and it's up on our Sci-fi/Fantasy page!

Edit, 1:48 p.m. ET -- Laura Donohue brought her romance First Sight to us this afternoon, and it's up on the Romance tab.

Edit, 3:45 p.m. ET -- The folks at Bucks County Publishing stopped by with its Bump In The Night 2013 horror anthology, which contains stories from Bruce A. Sarte, John Fitch V, and Sean Sweeney. Check it out underneath the Horror tab!

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

What's New? for 1/29

Hello and good morning! Time to check out the email inbox and see what goodies we have for you this morning.

We have a dark fantasy book by Steven Montano entitled The Witch's Eye. The cover looks absolutely fantastic, and we understand it's book five in his series. It just came out last week, so scoop this one up fantasy lovers! It is available for Kindle and Nook.

And we have two books from Elizabeth Marx: her prequel Descent Blood, and book one in her series, Ascent of Blood. Both are available for all platforms and are listed under the Romance tab.

Will we have more for you today? That's up to the authors out there. Authors, remember to email us your newly-released ebook to us at Include the cover art, a blurb, as well as the genre, release date (check Amazon), as well as the Kindle US, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks links (if any). We'll list your book for two months.

Monday, January 28, 2013

What's New? for 1/28

We're battening down the hatches for a winter snow event (don't you miss the old days when they just called it a snow storm?) here in the Northeast, which means only one thing: time to load up the Kindle, Nook, Kobo, or the iBooks app with eBooks to read as the snow comes a-tumbling down!

This morning, we have a few new books to put in front of you that we're sure will get snatched up right away.

We start off under the Literary/Mainstream Fiction tab, where New Jersey native (and closet Red Sox fan... heh) Gev Sweeney stopped by to bring her brand-spanking new title The Scattered Proud. That cover makes me think of un-altered Spanish frescoes... it was just released to Kindle yesterday, so it's a Happy Book Day to Gev!

We also received a short YA title entitled Cro-Magnon 25,000 BP by Jack Rourk. It sounds like a solid tale! And at two books for Kindle, what a bargain!

Finally overnight, we saw Daniel Sherrier stop by with his Sci-fi tale Earths In Space, a pair of novellas that'll make you looking for those little green men by the time you reach the last page. It's up on the Sci-fi/Fantasy tab, and available on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks.

This morning, Karin Cox stopped by with Cruxim, her new paranormal romance tale that resides on our Romance tab. and then D. Robert Grixti stopped by with Sun Bleached Winter, which is under the Horror tab.

Stay warm, and get ready to dig!

Sunday, January 27, 2013

What's New? for 1/27

Happy Sunday morning everyone! It's a beautiful morning here. We have coffee, scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese and fresh rosemary, bacon, toast... and new eBooks on the site. In fact, if you haven't been with us since Thursday, well, you've missed a BUNCH of new books that you're sure to love.

We have four to tell you about this morning, starting with V.A. Jeffrey's Schisms, which is listed under the Sci-fi/Fantasy tab.

Then we have a couple of Romances, with Sara Barnard's A Heart Broken and Judy Angelo's Harlequin-like Bedding Her Billionaire Boss under the Romance tab.

Then for those who like something steamy before they head out to church, check under the Erotica tab for Jan White Pillatzke's A Grave Desire, a sexy story set in World War II.

We've had over 30 books added to the site this weekend, which means there's a little something for everyone, whether it be an edge of your seat thriller, a sexy romance, a whodunit mystery, some speculative fiction, steamy erotica--yes, even a cookbook.

And we have 84 books on the site, currently. I think there's room for more. Authors, if you wish to submit your book for listing here on Premier eBooks, by all means, send your book along: be sure to read our submission guidelines before you send it to us. We only want books published within the last couple of months so we can give them the red carpet treatment they deserve.

Edit: 11:49 a.m. -- We've just added VH Folland's Standing Guard to the Short Stories tab. Only 99 pennies for Kindle users.

Saturday, January 26, 2013

What's New, Take Two for 1/26

Love doing two updates a day!

Sibel Hodge stopped by with a Gulten-Free cookbook that you may enjoy. That's on the Non-Fiction tab.

Lawrence Kelter brought over Counterblow, which you can find on the Thrillers tab.

Then, Kevis Hendrickson brought along his newest sci-fi novel, Rogue Hunter Inquest. Love his covers.

Then we received a visit from Ettie Gyles who brought along a pie--mmmm, apple--as well as her self-help book How To Help Your Grown Children Move Out. It's underneath the Non-Fiction tab.

PJ Morse brought over Heavy Mental, a Clancy Parker mystery which you'll find--where else?--under the Mystery tab. That cover has Robert B. Parker written all over it.

Georgina Young-Ellis brought the third book in her historical time-travel romance series, The Time Contessa, to us, and it's listed under the Romance tab.

Melissa A. Smith stopped by with a few books, three in fact: Her Snow Day Activities -- perfect for all the moms and dads out there who need something for their kids to do other than shovel and throw snowballs at each other--is under the YA/Children's tab, while Falling Stars is under the Thrillers tab. Then, there's the paranormal romance Evil's Subterfuge under the Romance tab.

What's New for 1/26

Oh hi! Good morning and Happy Saturday! It's a beautiful morning here, and I hope it's the same for you, too.

On Friday, we added a record 17 eBooks to our shelves, in a variety of genres and platforms. This morning, we have 12 new eBooks, in a variety of genres and platforms. That last sentence sounded like it came from the Department of Redundancy Department, but there you are... anyway, here's a list of the new books that we've received since our eyes fluttered open...

After Eternity
Seeds of Despair
Gothic Warrior and the Dark Man
This Can't Be Normal
Organized Murder
Oasis Stops, Paradigm Slips
The Boy Who Kissed The Sky
Beyond Parallel
Ring Out The Old
My Lonely Heart
The Babysitter Bound and Bred
Billion Dollar Baby

Is there a title there that piques your curiosity? We hope so. But we're not going to tell you which genre they're listed under... consider it a game of hide and seek.

And buy. Don't forget buy.


Friday, January 25, 2013

What's New, Part Two for 1/25

I once thought that running was excellent exercise, one where I could work up a good sweat.

Yeah, and then I started this site. Boy, was I wrong. Let me wipe off the sweat here.... oops, I didn't get any on you, did I? Yeah, I got some on you. I'm sorry.

Anyway, getting serious -- we had a good chunk of new releases come to the site this afternoon, which necessitated a Part Two of What's New for today. Get ready for some awesome releases, folks!

We opened a new Urban Fantasy tab as we welcomed Gayle Ramage to the sweatshop. She brought by two titles, Tears of Gold and Trouble With Pixies, that we know you'll enjoy.

Then we have Reprobate on the Thrillers tab, as Martyn V. Halm stopped by.

Then we added some serious bulk to our Romance tab, with R.A. Hobbs' How Ninja Brush Their Teeth, a light romance with some action and adventure mixed in to keep it lively. Good lookin' ninja on the cover, too.

Then we have Sawyer Bennett's newly released paranormal romance series on the Romance tab, Second Chance and Stolen Heart. Check them out and leave your wallet fat!

On the Sci-fi/Fantasy tab, we have Billy Wong's Iron Bloom.

And we also have some yummy erotica titles by Lady O: Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Pass the egg nog!

What's New? for 1/25

What a busy morning as we've added eight new books to our bulging shelves. Where to begin?

Oh yeah, the beginning. Here we go. I hope you're ready for this run-down...

First up, we're going to direct your eyes toward the Erotica tab, as Meg Harris brought us Mastered By Desire. That cover just has steam pouring off it!

Then, the YA/Children's tab has Sibel Hodge's It's a Catastrophe, a fun little animal romp.

Check out Judi Coltman's No Such Thing on the Thrillers tab, which is available on the Kindle and Nook platforms. (Judi tells me that it should be up on Nook at some point today, and that she'll send me the link when it goes live. Never fear.)

Then, under the Mystery tab, check out Dawn Whidden's A Child Is Torn. That cover looks absolutely fantastic.

Then back to the YA/Children's thread, as VH Folland stopped by with his YA Thriller Going Under.

And then we loaded a new Serial, The Encounter by Chrystalla Thoma. You know what they say about serials....

We had a brand new eBook from Jez Strider, and by brand new, we mean yesterday: Vampire Takeover is on our Romance tab. It's available for Kindle.

Back to the Erotica tab we go as Isabella Cummins brought us Expose, the first in her series. Check. It. Ouuuuut.

In addition, we've updated Carmen DeSousa's When Noonday Ends to include her title on iBooks. It is now available across all platforms. That's on the Romance tab.

Check all of those out, and support our authors! For those of you who are new here, please bookmark us!

Thursday, January 24, 2013

What's New? for 1/24

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr! It's a cold one here in Massachusetts, and I bet it's pretty cold where you are, too. Right now, we only have one new release to report to you, so without further ado--and I don't mind if you do--let's dive into the warmth of this fantastic newly released book that has jumped out of an author's steamy mind...

Dave Dykema stopped by with some hot cocoa--Thanks Dave, we appreciate the overflowing cup o' marshmallows!--as well as his book Phobia, which is on the Thrillers tab. I'm frightened just thinking about it.

If you're an author and you'd like your new release featured on our site for eight weeks, send us the cover art, the Amazon US link, as well as the Nook, Kobo, and iBooks links to right now.


Edit: 4:32 p.m. -- Author Scott Whitmore dropped by dressed in a parka while wearing skis, and he tossed his Horror sequel The Devil's Harvest onto our doorstep. We waved while he moseyed off, looking for ski bunnies. Check it out!

Edit: 6:03 p.m. -- Clarice (Hello, Clarice) Blackman stopped by with the steamy romance Conjure. I heard it can melt the snow of the roof! Check it out on the Romance tab, and it's available for Kindle, Nook, and iBooks.

Edit: 6:54 p.m. -- Gem Frost sent us the erotic story Shattered, which is listed under the Erotica tab. Hellooooooooooooooooooooo Stephen, hellloooooooooooooooooooo Gabriel!

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

What's New? for 1/23

It's always a good feeling, when you're starting out a new website, that you find submissions in your inbox when you wake up in the morning.

What did I find this morning? Some really awesome new books that I hope you'll all check out, discover, and grab.

David Pickering stopped by with a pair of anthologies: Under our Horror tab, Amazon Kindle readers can check out Classic Horror Stories 2, while under the new Short Stories tab, Classic Short Stories makes its way onto the shelves.

YA author Wendy Storer had a pair for us, and they are right at the top of the YA/Children's page at the moment. Check out her titles When Bluebirds Fly and Bring Me Sunshine. Kids need books for their eReaders, too!

And Faith Mortimer dropped by with her thriller Camera, Action... Murder! which is available on Amazon.

New visitors, remember to bookmark us and tell your friends about us. Authors, keep those new releases coming. This site is a great way to find your next big read!

When more come in, we'll update this post.


Edit: 5:58 p.m. ET -- Author Carmen DeSousa brought her romantic suspense novel When Noonday Ends to our Romance page.

Edit: 7:16 p.m. ET-- Seb Kirby dropped by and put us in a Double Bind. It's on the Thrillers tab.

Good night, folks!

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

What's News? for 1/22

We've had a stellar morning now that we've had some submissions roll in, and I think you're going to enjoy the books that we've added to our shelves.

First, a couple of Romances came to our shelves, as Pam Howes brought Not Fade Away, available on all platforms, and Lynn Ricci brought Cursed, a paranormal romance set in Boston and available on Amazon. Check both of those out before you do anything else today!

Then, Claire E. Smith brought the young adult sci-fi tale The Duke's Trumpet, which officially came out today. It's listed on the YA/Children's tab, and is available for both Kindle and Nook.

Then Karl Jones stopped by with a pair of offerings: he brought forth a co-authored erotica title with Michelle Hughes entitled Beyond 10 Nights, and he also brought along a serial story entitled Devil's Spawn, Devil's pawn. The serial, available on Kindle, is currently free according to its listing. get it while it's free!

We'll update you as new books roll in!

Edit: 1:02 p.m. ET -- Three new YA books just arrived!

Wanted: Authors, their new releases, and readers

Hi there folks, Sean here. I have an announcement to make: There are moths growing in my email. Why is that?

It's because we haven't had any submissions since Sunday afternoon, and that dismays me.

Authors, we need your new releases, and we need them now. And what, praytell, defines a new release? By our criteria, a new book is a book published within the last two months. For example, today is January 22. Go back two months, and that is November 22. If your book was published any time between those two dates, send us your book! We want thrillers, romance, mystery, sci-fi/fantasy, YA/children's books, horror, non-fiction, and yes, even steamy erotica. If there's a genre we haven't listed--we'll build a page for it.

And not to be forgotten--how can any author forget?--we want readers to come by every day and check out the new offerings we have. If you've never been here before--welcome. We're glad to have you here. Bookmark us. Mi casa es tu casa. If you've been here before--welcome back. Tell your friends about us, and have them bookmark us.

Sunday, January 20, 2013

What's New for 1/20

Hello everyone, we have only one book to update you on this morning. We received an awesome non-fiction book, The Ultimate US TV Quiz Book: The 80s by author J. Cliff. It's listed on the non-fiction tab. It's only $2.99 for Kindle.

Edit: 1:22 p.m. ET: We received practically simultaneous submissions, as Blair Gubernath brought us her humorous children's book The Crew In Adventures At The Vet, while Gary Brahl sent us DNA: A Thriller. Blair's book is Amazon only, while Garys's is listed on Amazon, Nook, and iBooks.

Edit: 4:04 p.m. ET: We have a new romance up -- 20 Shades of Purple by Chris MacRye. Check it out!

Saturday, January 19, 2013

What's News? for 1/19

Good afternoon, eBookers!

We have a couple of new eBooks--both brand-spanking new releases that still have that new eBook aroma curling off them, lingering in your nostrils and... oh, I'm getting ahead of myself. Sorry. Lost in the fog!--to share with you.

Again, Sam Kates dropped by last night with a new horror title, and if you haven't checked it out yet, please do so. We want to welcome K.R. Jordan to the fantasy tab, as her new book Riftglade was just released on Amazon yesterday. That's just how new it is!

And then we had Tom Winton stop to load his new romance Within A Man's Heart onto our shelves.

Remember authors: These listings are free right now. We'll list your new book across all genres and platforms (US Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks) for eight weeks, in return for helping us drive traffic to view awesome new releases. Our hope is that we can keep new releases in front of readers' eyes for quite a while, which should boost sales for everyone.

Remember readers: Keep coming back, because there should be something new each and every day. Share the link with your reading groups! Find your next new read today!


Edit, 2:24 p.m. ET: Vicky Tyley brought Bitter Nothings. The book, not nothing. It's under the Mystery tab!

4:00 p.m. ET: Daimones by Massimo Marino was added to the Sci-fi/fantasy tab this afternoon.

Friday, January 18, 2013

What's New, Evening Edition for 1/18

One post before I go to bed.

We had one late submission tonight from author Sam Kates, who brought us The Village Of Lost Souls on your Horror tab. We hope to have more tomorrow!

Thanks for checking in--and thanks to an awesome paranormal romance author who shall remain Amanda Hocking for dropping a dime on us. For those of you who came from her RTing us, bookmark us. We promise to bring you the newest releases from Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks authors as they submit to us.

Good night!

What's New? for 1/18

Happy Noon Time, everyone. We've had a busy morning here at Premier eBooks, as we've added five new titles to our bulging shelves and augmented a prior listing from yesterday.

We welcome mystery author Paul Levine to our pages as he brought along Last Chance Lassiter with him (Kindle only). Every-genre author Sean Sweeney stopped by with his brand new fantasy novel The Shadow Looms, a part of the Obloeron prequel series, as well as his mystery novella Voir Dire, the follow-up to Cold Altar. Both of those books have multiple platforms available.

Author Valerie Douglas brought along her new romance novel, The Girl In The Window (Kindle only), and we welcome Peter M. Leschner, who brought his debut children's book, The Sapphire Prism Cave, available on multiple formats.

In addition, we received the Nook placement for Tiffany Towers' erotica novella Santa's Virgin, and that's listed on the erotica tab.

Authors, we want your new releases! Email them to

Thursday, January 17, 2013

What's New? for 1/17

So far, launch day has been fantastic! We have some great books listed already on a variety of platforms.

Check out Donna Fasano's Single Daddy's Club on our Romance tab, or Barbara Silkstone's Cold Case Morphs, a novella, on our Mystery tab! Rich Meyer graciously supplied his Music Quiz Book for our Non-fiction tab, while M.A. Comley's Guaranteed Justice is the first book on our Thrillers page.

And for those of you who like a little spice, Tiffany Towers stopped by to deliver Santa's Virgin to the Erotica page.

There is more to come, so please stop by often and grab yourself a sweet new read!

Edit, 1:21 p.m. ET: We've added two to the Horror tab, as two brand-spanking new William Meikle and Ian Woodhead books grace our shelves.

1:38 p.m. ET: Hellooooooooooooooooooo Barbara Marr! Saturday Night Cleaver is on our shelves!

1:50 p.m. ET: David Wood's You Suck just hit the mystery tab.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Coming Soon: A new place to find your next awesome read

Hello, and welcome to Premier eBooks. We're days away from being your new one-stop eBook shopping plaza, with links from Kindle, Nook, Kobo and Apple iBooks.

With no disrespect to our friends across the blogosphere, most of the sites that advertise eBooks are mainly from Kindle. Rarely do you see a place that has Nook, Kobo or Apple links along with the Kindle links. So we thought to ourselves, "How about it? Don't those readers deserve a place to find their next great read? Let's do it!"

Soon, we'll be up and running, bringing you many titles across a variety of genres: thriller, romance, sci-fi/fantasy, horror, mystery--yes, even erotica.

Stay tuned. Bookmark us. Make us a daily stop in your browsing habits. The best is yet to come!