P.L. Parker

P.L. Parker

Monday, May 15, 2017

Monday Morsel - $.99 each - Riley's Journey Trilogy

Like time travel romance? Alpha males? Check out the Riley's Journey Trilogy: Riley's Journey, Into the Savage Dawn and Beyond Tomorrow.  

No one said anything about forever. 

Sent back 40,000 years to the ends of the last great Ice Age, the time travelers embark on a journey of survival and discovery. The brutal and cannibalistic Cro-Magnons discover the small band and attack. Forced to flee from their high mountain encampment, the tribe heads into the dawn, towards the Pacific Ocean and their dream of ultimately reaching North America. 

The vicious and predatory Cros are amassing in ever growing numbers in the foothills above the travelers’ temporary encampment. Facing inevitable attack, the tribe hastens to prepare for the last leg of their journey—the perilous voyage across the Bering Strait to the shores of the Americas. But time is in short supply.




Buy Links:

Riley's Journey: 

https://www.amazon.com/Rileys-Journey-P-L-Parker-ebook/dp/B005SV26KS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494876776&sr=8-1&keywords=riley%27s+journey+by+p.l.+parker

Into the Savage Dawn:

https://www.amazon.com/Into-Savage-Dawn-Rileys-Journey-ebook/dp/B06VY5Y4T6/ref=pd_sim_351_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=FV3V7J31J7JNR9VVXGXR

Beyond Tomorrow:

https://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Tomorrow-Rileys-Journey-Book-ebook/dp/B06X94YGPD/ref=pd_sim_351_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=842YMNQASGGEF6DDH9NP

Monday, May 8, 2017

Monday Morsel

Like SciFi?  Romance?  Sequels?  BREEDER SLAVE sequel to The Chalice.

He was her salvation...or her destruction.

Monday Morsel:


“Not very inviting,” Leah commented as she scrutinized the dismal scenery flashing below.
“You think this is bad,” Amber chuckled. The edges of her prosthetic nose wrinkled. “What until you catch a whiff of the unwashed multitudes. Stench’ll make you want to gag. At least up here all you have to deal with is the ugly.”
“I dinnae like stinky,” Moira grumbled as she picked at the large snout Amber forced her to wear. Cupid’s bow lips pressed together in a girly scowl. “It’s bad enough we have tae go down there, but holding my breath the whole time will make it even harder tae bear—and this thing on my face itches like the bejesus!
“You look more like a Deg’Nara with it on and you can’t hold your breath the whole time,” Leah grinned, “unless you plan on staying there permanently.”
“I dinnae plan tae stay there any time at all,” Moira retorted. She dropped a bundle of cloth to the deck. “And I dinnae want tae wear that smelly cape again.”
“You. Have. To. Wear. It.” Amber pronounced each word succinctly. “I’ve told you before, Deg’Nara females seldom travel alone and never if they’re part of the upper echelon. I’m supposed to be a Deg’Nara Commander and it would be unheard of for me to travel without my entourage. There’s no getting around that fact. If this were a perfect plan, I’ve have a dozen butt kissers following me around, but we don’t have the manpower and I can’t risk pulling any more crew members from the Ejupa.”
  Leah picked up the disgusting cloak, grimacing to herself as she handed it to Moira. “Buck up little cowgirl. If this is the worst you have to endure from here on out, it’s a good trade.”
            “Why dinnae you wear it?” With great reluctance, Moira took the offending object and gingerly eased it on.
            “Because I’m the slave and I don’t have to…er… get to wear anything so important looking.”
            Leah adjusted the cloth around Moira’s face, taking time to tuck each errant red curl well back into the scarf covering the smaller woman’s head. When she was satisfied none of Moira’s coppery locks were visible, she draped the hood lower until there was little left to see of the diminutive female to alert interested bystanders of her human origins. Perfect! 



Tuesday, May 2, 2017

New 5 Star Review for Breeder Slave - WAHOOOOO


New 5 star review on Amazon for Breeder Slave by "Tija":

"...If you like the Chalice you will enjoy this one as well....Good interesting read; I look forward to more of this series."


WAHOOOOOO!


https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R14JNC4G3U8JMI/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01N7YXDW9

Sunday, April 30, 2017

The leaves don't fall too far from the tree!

My youngest son is receiving his master's degree from the University of Washington in June.  He has to do his master's recital on June 9 and has put out this video for promotion.  My friends seem to believe he has my sense of humor!  I don't know....



https://www.facebook.com/zachary.buker?pnref=story

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1469668244

Anyway if you are in the area on June 9, stop by and plan to have a good time.

Proud Mamma!

Patsy
www.plparker.com

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Over the first hurdle - Cover Art Contest at All Authors

The cover art for Into the Savage Dawn made it into the second level at All Authors.  Now for the really passionate voting! I'm running a little bit behind and would appreciate your vote if you have the time and inclination! Thanks so much.

https://allauthor.com/cover-of-the-month/175/


Patsy
www.plparker.com

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Cover of the Month Contest - Into the Savage Dawn

Cover art for Into the Savage Dawn is up for Cover of the Month at All Authors' website.  I'd appreciate your vote if you are so inclined.

Link:  https://allauthor.com/cover-of-the-month/175/


Sunday, March 26, 2017

Off the Beaten Path

Okay, so I come from a family that takes great interest in the unlikely or bizarre.  We've always been interested in the possibility of aliens, little green men, or as is common folklore, little grey men, and creatures of the woods, namely, Bigfoot.

At times I am a firm believer!  Years ago when my oldest son was 4 (he is now 43), the family was camping below Elk Meadows in the John Day, Oregon, area.  It was after dark, we were all sitting around the campfire just relaxing after a day of fishing when we heard the elk go crazy whistling in alarm and then the sound of them stampeding.  Almost simultaneously, we heard this long, drawn-out roar, the like
of which none of us has ever heard before. We all froze, startled and scared. My father who was an avid outdoorsman and hunter and had been all his life, said "What the f___ was that?"  None of us could even give a reasonable opinion.  It wasn't a bear.  We know what an enraged bear sounds like! It wasn't a mountain lion, or anything else we had heard in the wilds before.  

I got up and went into the camper.  If something was attacking, I didn't want to see it.  My oldest sister's daughter, April, and my son, Jared (both 4 at the time time) were sitting up in bed, their eyes as round as plates.  Jared said "Mommy, what was that noise?"  I had no answer then.

Today, I truly believe if Bigfoot does exist, that was what we heard that night.  Call me crazy or impressionable, but that's what I believe.

What is your crazy belief?

Patsy
P. L. Parker


Step into Sci-Fi Romance - The Chalice and sequel, Breeder Slave.