Saturday, April 23, 2016

Pre-Order 23 1/2 Hours to Live & Get the Swag of Your Dreams

I was totally going post that you can now pre-order my next-next book (because there may actually be one before that) book, and that you should totally do it right now.

But you know what? That's not good enough. We can make this way more fun. This book is MADE of Awesome, so now everyone in the United States that pre-orders an ebook copy of 23 1/2 Hours by next saturday at 11:59 their timezone will get there very own 23 1/2 Hours pin, seen here------------------------->

Yes, everyone from the US that pre-orders a copy by 11:59 PM their time zone 4/30 gets one!

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Somethings to keep in  mind. This book is a new adult romance, and is not suited for kids. The actual release date is May 17th.

Here's (some of)the blurb:

Coming soon from bestselling author Angela Kulig, a new adult romance about crazy people… who are maybe in love. 

Forced out of college Freshman year and into a dead end job, Kaylee doesn't become angry and bitter; instead she does her best to not even exist. 

Here's a quick list of what Kaylee Hall expects from life: 

1. Nothing 
2. Nothing else 

She doesn't date. 
She doesn't make friends. 
She doesn't feel anything. 

So when the guy who ruined Kaylee's life in every way shows up and tries to casually rewrite her life story, she consults her list and doesn't know what to think. 

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Friday, April 15, 2016

Insomnia, My Old Friend

I have been an insomniac since-well, almost ever.

This is only a slight exaggeration as one of my earlier memories is where I am laying in bed, unable to sleep. My mother's solution for this was to put me to bed while it was still daylight outside. This made it worse, much, much worse.

Extra italics worse. 

Instead of me getting more sleep, I just got good at hiding the fact that I am an insomniac; and I got used to functioning without sleep. It's kind of a superpower that is slowly killing you. In college I went to school fulltime, had a fulltime job, and had a parttime job.

Which really explains why I quit and went back to writing. Ah, writing. The truth is, I think writing might be a symptom of my insomnia. I can't exactly test my theory, because, I haven't found a way to sleep like a normal person.

Also, I have learned to never, ever, tell a doctor you can't sleep. Because they don't tell you to change your diet, or cut caffeine, they get out there little white pad and scribble some almost illegible magic words and presto chango, medicine that can probably kill you.

The first night I took Ambien, I thought I died; then I thought maybe that is how normal people sleep. Like they are dieing of old age every night on their down-alternative pillows, and I just don't get it.

The second night I took Ambien I woke up the shower, with all my clothes on.

There, as you can imagine, was no third time.

I am used to my insomnia. It's familiar. It's 1:30, and 2:45, it's one more chapter, and two more pages. It's bone deep, and it's now 6:20AM. I should maybe go to bed.

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Do You Like Book Playlists? (Take the poll for your chance to win!)

If you have followed me for any amount of time, you probably already know this but.... I don't do well in silence. Music for me is mandatory while writing. The sound of nothing, is the worst sound there is. The sound of nothing makes every little tick and every little breath grow to the size of the moon, and my head is a terrible place to be in the space of it.

Needless to say, I spend a fair amount of time stringing songs together in the name of my books. The question is, do you want to see  my book playlists? Is that something you care about it, or glance at before navigating away?

Sure it wouldn't take long for me to throw up a list, but it does take a fair amount of time for me to find all of them on youtube and group them in such a way here, as to be enjoyable.

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Sunday, January 3, 2016

Those Are Betting Odds! (2 for the Price of One, Double or Nothing & Other Lame Twin Jokes)

OK... so here's the deal. There is a lot I don't talk about here. My cool girl, stiletto wearing,  wanna be rock star author awesomeness probably leads people to draw some conclusions about me--like that I am a total badass (true), as well as modest and retiring, (also true), but they might not see the you know, normal stuff.

And maybe I do that on purpose. But sometimes, that means big events can sometimes seem like they come out of the wild blue yonder...and well this is going to be one of those times.


I planned on originally having a baby rather stealthy next month. I had planned all this stuff for while I was gone, and it was going to be fun and awesome for both of us; except for my fun was going to involve a lot of pain and not sleeping. I'm into that. Your fun was going to be... like... actual fun.

Anyway, the reason I didn't plan on saying anything is because prior to the expected new baby I already had five young kids. I am not old enough to have spaced them out very far--mmkay? The thing is, some people have to make very wild assumptions about people with large families. The women of these families in particular; and while not knocking anyones choices I will never fit that mold with my studded leather pants, and neon green kitten heels. Five didn't seem like such a big number to me, and I am not sure why six did, but it did. So here was actually having a large family where as I felt people just said that before. *Wink* Not that I care what people off the street think, just telling you the thought process.

January 26th was the expected arrival date, so I was a little shocked when I actually went into labor December 28th--and even more shocked to have not one baby, but two babies December 29th. Yes, apparently this does happen in the modern world. Even to women who have had twins before--because I have had twins before and this was way different. To start with it was way too easy. This was my second set of boy/girl twins. The L&D nurse said I needed to go buy a lottery ticket.

And yes, we're all fine. Just a little shocked, and off schedule.

Friday, October 30, 2015

Halloween Reads Day Four

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I haven't been this happy about Friday since last Friday.

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On the 10th June 1780 Clara Jameson's mutilated body is carried home by her father. Her body found at Drayton Pond, the attack described as frenzied; sixteen stab wounds inflicted on her body. No one knows who did it. 

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Drowning might not be the way most adventures start, but it is the only way at Skeleton Lake. When Death is your only companion, darkness is always on the horizon. 

In the prequel to SKELETON LAKE, Cassie chooses the wrong brother. That leads to a series of events that take all of her choices away. For in a world of beautiful bones and false flesh, sometimes life after death is killer.

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The streets of Tucson's southside have become a place of terror. Someone or something is stalking and killing young women. 

Ward Rickman has come to town to find an old friend. Find him and kill him before he takes another innocent life. 

Because it takes a werewolf to stop a werewolf..

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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Halloween Reads 2015 Day Three

Welcome to day three of the 2015 Halloween Reads Event!I really like the number three, odd numbers in general... go figure. Don't forget to check out the sponsors and enter to win the AWESOME prizes provided by them at the bottom of the post--all after getting your B00000k on!

Because terrible things make great stories.

Louis Kearny is burying something sinister in the middle of a desolate forest on a cold January morning. He killed his wife, Christina, and he intends to put her in the ground. Little does he know that his actions on this day can cause deadly repercussions... Burials is a humorous and bloody short story, number two in the Terrible Tales series.

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Bad things often start with good intentions.

Ashley "Ash" Prince hates using magic, but that doesn't stop her mother from forcing lessons on her. She resists except when it helps her stepbrother, Charlie. 

Charlie is sick and none of the doctors knows why. When Ash has a witch dream, she is determined to find the elusive and rare Ghost Orchid—a flower that could be the key to saving him. Her mother begs her not to go because not only did Ash's dream reveal a way to heal her brother, it also hinted at her death. But when her brother gets worse, she refuses to sit around and let him die. In a race against time, Ash and a boy she met in a coffee shop go in search of the Ghost Orchid. 

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It is 1897, the year of the Old Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Gerard de Montclaire, France's greatest detective of the Belle Epoque, is called to Scotland to investigate the sudden madness of the Earl and Laird. Local folk, around the small highland village of Aylswik, say it is the visitation of an Ancient Curse. A fiend, known since medieval times as The Horror, has returned from time to time to punish evil men, by driving them mad. Discovering the truth of The Horror will lead Montclaire and his associate, Sir Francis FitzMaurice, to uncover a great evil and to awaken memories of an old injustice.

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