Sale on FAEWOLF and new review!

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Another new review of FAEWOLF at NightOwlReviews: http://www.nightowlromance.com/nightowlromance/reviews/Review.aspx?daoid=5153

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Reviews and Revisions

Another review of Faewolf today. It’s an interesting experience to see how different reviewers react to various aspects of the characters and plot. Review here: http://smexybooks.blogspot.com/2009/12/review-faewolf-by-dm-atkins-and-chris.html

The convention in LA was loads of fun. I spoke on six panels in three days, got to see a couple old friends and meet new people too.

I’m working hard on editing right now. I have way too many first drafts and not enough completed works. I need to finish Faewolf two and then return to a couple of other projects.

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A new review of FAEWOLF

New review of Faewolf from Coffee Time Romance:

“This is such a sexy story about a shapeshifter and a Native American. I like the way the authors use nature and her elements to bring these two men closer. The beautiful descriptions of the forests and beach draw the reader in while the heat between Brian and Kiya keep you reading.”

For the complete review see:

http://www.coffeetimeromance.com/BookReviews/faewolf.html

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New Reviews for FAEWOLF

Faewolf
by D.M. Atkins and Chris Taylor
A m/m erotic fantasy from Circlet Press

Faewolves, like werewolves, can walk among men. What happens when Kiya White Cloud, a young gay college student in Santa Cruz, wants one of these men enough to risk his heart–and his life? Finding out will be full of desire, adventure and romance. [Warning: explicit sex, dubious consent, and rough scenes.]

We are thrilled at how well the book is doing. Most readers at AllRomanceBooks, Amazon Kindle, and Fictionwise have given the novel 5 out of five in their ratings.

Book Wenches gave Faewolf a great review:

“…. In their novel Faewolf, D.M. Atkins and Chris Taylor give readers a story that focuses a spotlight on the plight of wolves in North America while at the same time telling us a story of magic and danger and love. This is a very readable tale that mixes Lakota spirituality with paranormal elements to give us a unique and entertaining whole.

The authors handle the paranormal element in such a way as to make it feel slightly more realistic than your usual werewolf fare …. an interesting touch that underlined the mystical nature of the creatures in question.”

“The love scenes between Brian and Kiya are sensual enough to singe the pages of the book.”

The complete review can be found here: http://www.bookwenches.com/october09reviews.htm

Literary Nymphs also gave FAEWOLF a glowing review:

Faewolf, the first book in a series by these two authors, is an exceptionally good story. Authors D.M. Atkins and Chris Taylor take a theme millions of readers are familiar with and turns it around with the introduction of faewolves – creatures who are part fae and part wolf. Their story of two young men, each searching for something, will take the reader on an interesting journey.”

The complete review can be found here: http://literarynymphsreviewsonly.blogspot.com/2009/07/faewolf.html?zx=17d71c29f8c6398

FAEWOLF (and free excerpts from the novel) is available in several sites in multiple ebook formats and trade paperback:

Ebooks are listed at $5.99, available in multiple formats and can be found at: Circlet Press, AllRomanceBooks, Smashwords, Scribd, Fictionwise, and Amazon Kindle.

Trade paperbacks are listed at $14.95 and can be found at: Create Space and Amazon.

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