Blood Ties Audiobook Now Available!

It’s been a long time since you’ve heard from me, lovelies. But there’s great news to share… Blood Ties is now available as an audiobook! I’m so excited for you all to hear how Narrator Alexis Low brought my work to life. Buy it here! A night shattered by unspeakable savagery…. A loss so great […]

Summer Book Sale

I’m a little late posting this, but all my titles are $.99 for Kindle until July 7th! Downloads, reblogs, shares, and reviews are always appreciated! Click Here to Buy

Mo Cheann Beag

Excerpt from the first chapter of my work-in-progress Étaín paused, closing her eyes and tilting her head back to enjoy the early spring sun on her skin. She took a deep breath, inhaling the early morning fragrances of the forest: dew on grass, leaves, and berries; the musky scent of red deer that had been […]

Shreya’s Story: Part Five

Something that Aunt Kali’s memories didn’t prepare me for was the all encompassing hunger after siring another. Emptiness spread from my belly to my brain, leaving me foggy but determined to find a meal.  I dragged Aarti along, the fragrance of blood drawing me to a couple in an alleyway. The hunger heightened my senses, […]

Shreya’s Story: Part Four

There were no doubts in my mind that Ajit knew I was up to something. We had slept huddled together like cats since Devika and Vivek’s cult moved into our sanctuary, but when I brought Aarti home, I kept close to her, helping her adapt to a life of sleeping all day and remaining awake […]

Vampire Extravaganza Gift Box Giveaway!

Click Here to Enter! Are you a fan of the dark, fangy, brooding, or just downright wicked? Then this Vampire Extravaganza Gift Box is just the Valentine’s Gift you want to give yourself! From Sunday the 14th of February for two weeks (until February 28) we will be hosting a giveaway for those who delight in […]

Shreya’s Story: Part Three

Aarti, particularity, broke my heart. She was only a couple of years older than I was. Six or seven. That is, when I became. Her biological father had died when she was too young to remember him. Her mother married again, and her little brother died two days out of the womb. Her stepfather blamed […]

Making Goose

Now, I admit, the sight of the holler all prettied up in strings of twinklin’ lights always gets me a bit sentimental. We hope for snow to cover up the sad-looking trees we had to look at all fall… and, I admit, so we can see deer tracks huntin’ season. Well, afore I get too […]

Author Interview: Melissa A. Joy

Please tell us a little about yourself. I’m a fantasy author with Asperger syndrome. I’ve been writing since I was roughly 13 years old, and have been developing the world of Aeldynn since then. I sail on tall ships as a hobby (and became a volunteer deckhand), and I’ve done martial arts since childhood and […]