Friday Freebie • KIRA

Kiracover8-CRMToday’s Friday Freebie is Kira, the story of a warrior princess struggling to embrace her feminine side…just as her country is invaded.

Blurb: Poisoned by an enemy, Kira struggles to find an antidote before she succumbs to enslavement. At the same time, she’s desperate to save Dorsit, a Leopard Clan wizard whose youth and magic has been stolen by a murderous wizard on a rampage. As Kira’s homeland is invaded by bloodthirsty legions, she flees across the country in a bid to reach the Mirrum Mountain nymphs and a legendary cure.

Kira is free at Amazon on Friday, March 6th only!



Countdown Deal • Last Great Wizard of Yden

YDENICOVERAs February comes to a close, it’s time for a countdown! A Countdown Deal at Amazon, that is. From February 23rd through February 27th, and have The Last Great Wizard of Yden marked down from $2.99 to $0.99…just like magic. ~ S.G. Rogers


Jon Hansen always thought his father’s tales about the magical planet of Yden were fiction. When his father is kidnapped by an evil wizard, however, Jon is forced to dig deeper. His investigation uncovers magical artifacts that will unlock another dimension—if only he can gather his courage to make the journey. On his quest to Yden, Jon encounters wizards, Cyclopes, and a warlord who seem to want him dead. Fortunately, he’s got friends by his side, as well as the ability to draw things to life. Can he and his friends defeat the most evil wizard the magical world has ever known, or will Jon become the latest addition to the Wolf Clan wizard’s gruesome collection of trophies?

This revised Second Edition includes a bonus Yden short story, RAN!



Kindle Freebie • Kira

Kiracover8-CRMI took a risk in writing Kira. Although the events described in the story take place before the Yden trilogy, I wrote it after the series was published. Slightly more edgy than the trilogy, the story revolves around the character Kira Szul, whom Jon Hansen meets for the first time in The Last Great Wizard of Yden. In the Yden series, Kira is portrayed as strong, beautiful, and self-assured—but that wasn’t always the case. In this prequel, Kira’s coming of age just when her world begins to fall apart. Nudged toward embracing her feminine side after she’s mocked by a love interest, she shortly thereafter discovers beauty can be both a blessing and a curse. Kira is character-driven on the one hand, and action-oriented on the other. It can stand alone, but the ending was designed to dovetail nicely with The Last Great Wizard of Yden.

Kira, the prequel to my Yden trilogy, is a Kindle Freebie on Friday, February 20th, and Saturday, February 21st. Pick it up HERE, and Enjoy! ~ S.G. Rogers

Blurb: Poisoned by an enemy, Kira struggles to find an antidote before she succumbs to enslavement. At the same time, she’s desperate to save Dorsit, a Leopard Clan wizard whose youth and magic has been stolen by a murderous wizard on a rampage. As Kira’s homeland is invaded by bloodthirsty legions, she flees across the country in a bid to reach the Mirrum Mountain nymphs and a legendary cure.

Guest Post • Author Lindsay Downs • La Contessa and the Marquis

Lindsay Downs Head Shot_M9A0698-resized smallerThank you very much for having me visit you and your blog to introduce my newest regency cozy mystery series, Rogues and Rakehells Mystery. The first book in the series, La Contessa and The Marquis is currently available for order.

As I’m not sure where you, the readers of this post, live in the world I’ve included all the Amazon buy links for your convenience.

When Bianca Maria Ledford Goretti, La Contessa de Massa, flees back to her homeland and the safety of her godmother, The Duchess of Gorham, little does she realize whose arms she lands in.

Lord Rainer Cross, Marquis of Hathaway, is a well-known and dangerous rakehell within the ton. Little does heLa Contessa and The Marquis cover med suspect his godmother has set him up to halt his skirt chasing days.

Over time the reason for Bianca’s return comes to light which has Rainer deeply concerned. Not sure who he can trust Rainer turns to has several of his more interesting staff. He has them use their talents to ferret out the truth.

Everything get more complicated when they learn a friend might not be who he claims to be. Not sure who to trust, except Rainer and the duchess, Bianca learns several startling facts which could protect her from harm.

Once everything is revealed the duchess steps in with a surprise, something neither could have ever seen coming.

Rainer Cross, Marquis of Hathaway, settled his shoulder against a pillar where he’d ensconced himself so he could overlook the ballroom. A warning glare to several want to be rakes was all that was needed to send them scurrying back to their mommas.

With a renewed resolve, to search down one particular individual, his piercing blue eyes studied the throng of ladies. Some too old but searching for a lover, even if for a brief tryst. Others on the hunt for a husband of which he had no interest, at least with them, as he already had his sights set on one person in particular.

Granted, he’d not seen her, except from a distance, but if the reports were to be believed she was, without a doubt the most beautiful lady, the truest diamond, to ever grace the ton.

Then, as if Venus rising from the ocean, she appeared at the top of the grand ballroom vestibule. He could feel the air rush from his lungs, something he’d never experienced before, as he fixed his gaze on her.

Seeing her in the flesh, as it were, he knew all the whispers circulating about had been true. Without a doubt she was the most beautifully, enchanting and mysterious woman he ever set his eyes upon.

He was pleased to see she was conversing animatedly with an elderly, heavily bejewelled woman. From where he was standing and the angle of the matron, Rainer wasn’t able to see her face.

“As long as she’s not my godmother, then I most assuredly will gain an introduction to the Contessa,” he mumbled to himself.

Due to the loud voices, so everyone could be heard over the musicians, he didn’t hear their presentation. His only concern was the woman accompanying the contessa as he already knew her name- Bianca Maria Ledford Goretti, La Contessa de Massa. Levering himself off the pillar he started toward them, still unable to see who her chaperone was when a friend, another fellow rake, stopped him.

“Rain, I do hope you’re not going after that delicate morsel, as I’ve it on excellent authority she’s eaten up and spit out several lords,” Tony, or more precisely Anthony Fuller, Earl of Wyatt, his friend from their days at Eton then university, informed him.

“My dear friend if she does, then I’ll die a happy man for la Contessa is a gem whom I wish to possess.”

“Ah, and that’s the rub. After she dismisses you she’ll then tread over your heart leaving nothing but a shell of a man. Trust me on this for I’m sure you’ve heard the rumour her first husband died mysteriously.”

“Tony, the only lady I fear is my godmother. If you’ll excuse me I’m going to attempt an introduction,” Rainer told him. With a pat on Tony’s shoulder he stepped around his friend and started for the divan where both ladies had settled.

As he made his way forward he wasn’t surprised to see both women had already collected a small group of young ladies around them. What he found amusing were several swains on the outskirts, all trying to be noticed by either lady.

Upon seeing a frontal assault was out of the question Rainer selected to attack from the rear. Stepping into an adjourning, but linked, alcove he easily approached them and came to a halt within feet of his object.

“Damn. I thought she wasn’t in town,” he mumbled on spying his nemesis, best known as his godmother, The Duchess of Gorham.
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I’ve been an avid readers ever since I was old enough to hold a red leather bound first edition copy of Sir Walter Scott’s The Lady of the Lake in my lap.

So it only seemed natural at some point in my life I take up pen and paper to start writing. Over time my skills slightly improved which I attribute to my English teachers.

My breakthrough came about in the mid 1970’s when I read a historical romance written by Sergeanne Golon, Angelique. This French husband and wife team opened my eyes to the real world of fiction. Stories about romance, beautiful damsels, handsome heroes and plots which kept me hooked. Of course, being a man, I had to keep my reading hidden from others as that wasn’t appropriate reading for men.

With this new found appreciation of the written word I took up other books and devoured them as a starving person would a plate of food. I them attempted to write again. I still wasn’t satisfied so I put it aside for years as other events entered my life.

Finally, in the early years of the new millennium I tried again to write and once again met with limited success. At least now I was able to get past the first page or two. Then, in 2006 a life changing event brought me back to my love, I took a job as a security officer. This allowed me plenty of time to read different genres.

My favourite was regency. As I poured through everyone I could get my hands on I knew this could be something I wanted to attempt.

Since 2012 when my debut regency romantic suspense released I was hooked and have, except for a few contemporaries, focused on this genre.

Since 2012 I’ve lived in central Texas. I’m also a member of Romance Writers of America and their local chapter.

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Do You KU?

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PhotoFunia-30586c_oThat’s Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program, of course. For about $10 a month, you have an all-you-can-read option, choosing to borrow from 700,000 titles and thousands of audiobooks.

Even though there’s a 30-day free trial, I still haven’t done it. The Scotswoman in me is reluctant to stand the expense, although I can see the benefit. If you read more than three or four books a month, the membership would certainly pay for itself. On the other hand, not all authors participate in the program, so a reader’s choices are curtailed. Do you KU? If so, how do you like your membership so far?

As an author, I like the idea, and I’ve enrolled all my private label titles in the program. Many bestselling authors don’t believe they are compensated appropriately for their work, however, and I can see their point. Certainly, if an author can command $9.99 for one of…

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Whoops, I Did It Again • DUKE OF A GILDED AGE is on #SALE

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DOGAcoveridea5Through Wednesday, January 7th, 2015, Duke of a Gilded Age is marked down to $0.99. This full-length Victorian romance is set in New York and England, as Brooklyn-born Wesley Parker travels across the Atlantic to claim a dukedom he’s inherited from an uncle he never met.

Blurb: When American-born Wesley Parker inherits a dukedom in 1890, he must learn to be an aristocrat. Assigned to the task is his attorney’s daughter, prim Belle Oakhurst. As they travel to England together on a luxurious ocean liner, their tempestuous relationship encounters more than rough seas. Although Wesley is increasingly attracted to Belle, she’s already engaged. While Belle begins to regret her hasty promise to marry, she is bound by honor and duty to keep her pledge. Furthermore, a thoughtless fabrication on her part threatens to expose her as a liar. Neither Wesley nor Belle can foresee that their voyage across the Atlantic…

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Do You Like My Shorts?

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dreamstimefree_4125048Short literature, that is.

As a reader, I used to turn my nose up at novella-length or shorter works. I mean, once you’ve got your teeth into a good book, you want it to last for days. More recently, however, I’ve begun to select shorter works so I can read them entirely before bedtime. I settle in around nine o’clock at night and read until I’m done. In addition, shorter works allow me to sample a particular author’s style, so I can decide if I like his or her voice or not. I also believe shorter works should be priced accordingly, perhaps at $0.99. That price point seems fair to me, somehow.

As an author, why do I write shorts? I have numerous shorts for sale, and I’m glad. For one thing, I can never tell for sure what book will resonate with the public. I’ve invested months (sometimes the…

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Day 13 of the 13 Days of Christmas! • #Freebies

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dec25-bannerMerry Christmas and/or Happy Holidays to one and all. Today is the last day for freebies from Musa Publishing! If you’re like me, you’ve downloaded quite a few titles by now. I’ve been busy, but I’ve already read one marvelous Regency and I’m going to leave a review on Amazon (probably also on the Musa website, Goodreads, and I encourage you to leave at least one review for a favorite book somewhere, even if you just mention enjoying it on your Facebook timeline with a link! Here are the freebies today, and I know I’m going to be downloading today again! ~ S.G. Rogers

tltkataoa-200The Last Timekeepers and the Arch of Atlantis (Young Adult)

Children are the keys to our future. And now, children are the only hope for our past.

When 13-year-old Amanda Sault and her annoying classmates are caught in a food fight at school…

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Written flights of fancy, historical romance, and adventure from author S.G. Rogers


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