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Wacky Wednesday

Well, I had planned on posting earlier, but got grabbed for a meeting the moment I got to work. So had to wait. But here I am, and there’s nothing wrong. Well, workwise. Weather-wise, it’s cold, dreary, windy, and cold…lol. Yep, I think we’re skipping fall weather and heading right into winter. Ugh!

Hey I posted something over at SEx. Run over and comment if you want. 🙂

I got a sneak peek at the cover for With This Ring and wow, it’s awesome, everyone. As soon as I get the okay, I’ll post it for everyone to check out. I don’t know who the cover artist is, but they did a great job with it.

I’m not sure if I posted the blurb for WTR, so here you go:

The end of the year is the start of a whole new beginning…

A Tabloid Star story.

Josh Bauer and Ryan Kellar sweated through a turbulent start to their relationship. Now that they’ve embarked on a life together, filled with family friends—and each other—Ryan’s suffering sweaty palms again. For an entirely different reason.

It’s not the heat they generate every time they’re alone together. It’s not even the crush of people at Josh’s jam-packed birthday party. It’s the birthday present Ryan’s carrying in his jeans pocket. The one that could make him the happiest man in the world, come New Year’s Eve.

If Josh says “yes”…

Warning: Hot guy on guy sex. A happily married couple and a rocking New Year’s Eve party guaranteed to keep you up all night.

So what do you think? 🙂

Hope you all have a great day.

SEx blog

Hey everyone, I posted a new excerpt from Death or Life over at SEx, the Liquid Silver blog. I hope you stop by and check it out. 🙂

Have a great day and a wonderful weekend, everyone.

Happy President’s Day

I know you will all be stopping by to check out my newest attempt at poetry, but unfortunately I had a really busy weekend…lol..and didn’t have any time to write anything.

But if you want to read an oldie, but a goodie, I posted something at SEx (the Liquid Silver Blog).

Also, if you don’t have anything to do tonight, Dana Marie Bell and I are having a chat tonight at the Samhain Cafe from 8-10 pm. We’ll be chatting about our books coming out tomorrow. Woo-hoo!

Remember, I won’t be posting an installment of Bitter Creek’s Redemption tomorrow. Part Fifteen will be posted on Wednesday. 🙂

Hope you all have a great day and I’ll try to be more on the ball tomorrow.

Poetry Train…

Hey everyone, first off, I posted a interesting ( post over at SEx, Liquid Silver’s blog about two movies I saw over the weekend. 🙂 Stop by and leave a comment for me.

And I didn’t have time to write a new poem for you all. This weekend was crazy busy, so I thought I’d give you a peek at a little scene I wrote. This is for the fourth book in a series I’m planning on writing…lol. Yes, another one of those teases. The series is called Blood of Eden. It’ll have werewolves, vampires and angels in it, plus other things. This story is titled Babel’s Salvation. Here’s the beginning of the first chapter. (I think..though there might be a little more to it when I finish)


“What do I do now,” Salvadore murmured to himself, hands clenching his hair.

“You shouldn’t be talking to yourself. You aren’t remotely old enough for that.”

He jerked his head up to find a tall lean man standing next to his table. The man’s silver eyes met his and he knew. This was no ordinary man. This man was the thing of legends.

“I know who you are,” he informed the man.

Tilting his head, the stranger conveyed a question without words.

Sal dug through the piles of papers and books, reading the different languages without pause. Russian, Greek and Hebrew. English, Spanish and Italian. The words as familiar to him as his own name. The stories told of hundreds of men who gave their lives to keep a secret safe. He pulled out a photocopy of an Illuminated Manuscript page and pointed at the being represented there.

“You are one of the Paladins who protect the secret.” Sal sighed, his head pounding and his heart racing. Where were his pills? He bent over, reaching for his backpack. Had he remembered to put his pills in there that morning when he rushed from his apartment?

A large hand jerked him upright and his vision blurred as his head spun. His chest constricted, causing his lungs to burn and the air disappeared from them. He gasped, having no choice but grab the man’s arms and hold on.

“S-h-h-h…take a deep breath. It’s okay.”

Shaking, he focused on the man kneeling beside him. Those silver eyes pulled him in and the vise on his chest eased. Sal’s breathing fell into rhythm with the stranger’s until he could sit without worrying about passing out. When the man was satisfied Sal wouldn’t fall off his chair, he pulled a chair over to sit in.

“Why do you think I’m one of those Paladins, I think you called it?” The man nodded at the picture.

“You’re the one who doesn’t die. The other three die and are reborn in new lives.”

Resignation shone in the man’s silver eyes. Sal was right, but he didn’t feel vindicated or anything like that. He was tired. For years since being released from the hospital, he’d spent almost every waking hour searching for the reality to the dreams he’d been plagued with all of his life. He started to stuff the papers and books into his bag. The stranger helped him. When they were finished, he stood. The man towered over him.

Slipping a hand under Sal’s elbow, the man started to escort him from the library. “You’ll come with me.”

“Are you going to kill me?” He ignored the gasp coming from a patron walking past them.

“No. We are going someplace where we can discuss this. I am not the one who kills.”

“Who does then? One of the other Paladins?”

A calloused finger covered his lips. “Not another word. This is not the place for us to talk about secrets.”

Nodding, Sal indicated he understood. The finger left his mouth and he asked, “What is your name?”

“My name is Babel.”

“Are you taking me somewhere to kill me?” Sal couldn’t let that thought go. People who found out about the Paladins died.

“Paladins don’t kill unless we must. The Blood of Eden doesn’t need our help killing those who search for it.”

Copyright c.2008 T.A. Chase


Stop by Rhian’s blog to see who else is on the train.

Posting at SEx today….

Thought I’d give you some eye candy today. I posted a new excerpt from Home of His Own over at SEx for the Morning After. Check it out.

Hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday.

New Excerpt

I’m sharing with you the picture I put up on the SEx blog…where I posted a new excerpt from The Vanguard. Stop by and say hi. 🙂

It’s Flash Fiction Sunday at SEx

Stop by SEx today and read some cool Flash Fiction stories. Our flash fiction is 100 (more or less) and today it can be on any topic we want. Lisa Andel is hosting the party.

I’ve already posted one on there and plan on putting a fee more up during the day. So stop by and say hi.

Blogging at SEx….

Hey everyone…stop by over at SEx to see the unedited and new excerpt I posted from Tony’s story. 🙂

Enjoy the wet eye candy and hope you have a great day.

Sandy Sunday

Today will be devoted to writing as much as I possibly can. 🙂 Though we might go see The Bourne Ultimatum. It’s Flash Fiction over at SEx today and people are to post their short 100 word scenes with allusions to the beach. Which is why I posted this picture today. 🙂

Hope everyone has a great Sunday.


I’m watching Wimbledon at the moment. I like both Federer and Nadal, but I have to admit my heart is hoping Federer will win. It’ll be his fifth Wimbledon in a row. I want history to be made.

Oh and stop by SEx today. It’s Flash Fiction Sunday and people will be posting their very short scenes. (100 words total). Shayla is hosting today, but I’ve posted something already.

hope you all have a great Sunday.