A shameless plug for myself today!

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Hiya everyone!

Sorry I have been absent, but there are all kinds of things happening in my life recently, and I needed to focus on these situations. Life does get in the way of blogging, sometimes! ūüôā

But now, I have¬†time to dive in and today, I am being utterly shameless and egocentric by promoting¬†little ol’ me!¬†Yes – author Sharon L. Higa: writer of horror, supernatural thrillers and fantasy/action¬†is being brought to your¬†attention!

I have a few books which truly need some reviews, friends and neighbors! They are all on Amazon.com, and if you have already read them, please do me a favor and write a review! If you have not, then feel free to grab a book and go for it!

My actual novels are:  # 6, Rose & Steel, Desert Tracks, Horrors & Occupational Hazards.

my novellas- The Dam, Z-REGEN.

I have several short stories in anthologies also listed there, and any and all could use a few reviews to bolster my rankings.

Thanks for helping a fellow author/friend/family member out in advance, and have a great week! ūüôā

 

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Playing catch-up today!

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Hello All!

Hope you are fine and fit, and having good, positive things happen in your lives!

I have been busy with events in my own life, so I do apologize for not being as diligent as I should be when it comes to blogging.

Now that that’s out of the way – let’s go!

I want to put a shout-out to several authors whose novels I have read recently. They all can be found on Amazon.com, so I do recommend you all check them out, because each and every one is unique and refreshing in their own writing style!

So, here is my list:

“Surviving Stephen” by Rachel Holbrook.¬†“Alabama Rising”¬†¬†by BJ Gillum.

“Six Minutes to Midnight” by Cheryl Peyton. “Red Robin” by RB Tetro.

“Order of the Firewalker” by Richard¬†D. Ramsey.¬†“Forgotten-books 1¬†& 2”¬†by Samie Sands.

“The Trident” by Melanie Dahman.¬† “The Hunted Tribe – book 1” by Roma Gray.

“Trip Trap” by Lisamarie Lamb.¬† “Splat” – a morbid anthology edited by John Ledger and T.s. Woolard.

A little bit of “somethinsomethin’ ”¬†for everyone!

Until next time –

Read lots, enjoy and review, and have a great week¬†ūüôā