Book One A TARLISIAN SAGA Hi , I would like to announce that my new release 'THE CROSS OF TARLIS: THE AWAKENING' published by The Wild Rose Press is now Available for pre-order. HERE This is Book One in my The Cross of Tarlis series. Book two has received a contract and it is currently… Continue reading The Cross of Tarlis: The Awakening
Please enjoy this FREE SAMPLE of 'Time of the Wolf' Audiobook. Written by Julie A. D'Arcy Narrated by Matt Haynes Buy NOW! AT~ Author Direct Apple Books Audible GOOGLE PLAY NOOK Audiobooks SCRBD KOBO CHIRP https://videopress.com/v/uYFgnSVd?posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fauthorjuliedarcy.files.wordpress.com%2F2021%2F06%2Fkeila-for-audio-cove6-darkjpg-1.jpg&preloadContent=metadata
Well this was certainly an experience~ actually quite a good one. I had no idea how to go about arranging to have an Audiobook made of my novel "Time of the Wolf." I am published in eBook and Print with The Wild Rose Press, quite a large U.S based publisher. However, I own my audio… Continue reading Dipping my toe into the world of Audiobooks
COMING VERY SOON! This novel holds a special place in my heart as it was the first novel I wrote. The Cross of Tarlis is now two books because of its length. Both books will be published this year. 2021 as will the 2nd. Book, "The Cross of Tarlis: THE RECKONING." The Cross of Tarlis… Continue reading The Cross of Tarlis: THE AWAKENING
InD’tail Magazine FEBUARY 2021 A supernatural tale of time travel, past lives, and insurmountable passion, "Time of the Wolf" pulls readers through a vortex of high stakes adventure and enduring romance! The plot is a suspenseful tale steeped in lore, possession, betrayal, obsession, and vengeance. Characters are flawed, authentic, and believable beings who leap… Continue reading Time of the Wolf–5 stars
I thought this was a lovely poem. So I wanted to share.
Walk a while with me, my friend,
Along the far byways that wend
And wind deep in philosophy,
Where wisdom’s always said to be.
This world may seem a foreign place
Where we pass through and leave no trace
A moment now, my friend and I,
Will take before our passing by.
And we will share the tales and tears,
We’ll share the joys and halve the fears,
We’ll take the moments as they rise,
Sorrows bear and happiness prize.
So step out bravely on the road,
Forget you bear a heavy load.
A friend beside you makes this life seem
A sweeter world than you might now dream.
My New Re-Release of Spellbound is Waiting For You! Click here to Buy Spellbound Read the whole First Chapter FREE Chapter One Isabella stretched lazily and opened one sleepy eye. Rolling onto her elbow, she watched Ivan in the dim light of the bedroom. He stood at the penthouse dresser, straightening his black silk tie.… Continue reading Spellbound
'Time of the Wolf' by Julie A. D'Arcy Narrator: Matt Haynes Buy Time of the Wolf ★★★★★ InD'tale Reviewer's CROWNED HEART AWARD This story deserves 6 stars! The author and the narrator make this story come alive in a way that is not often found in audiobooks. Listeners are pulled into this story from the… Continue reading What InD’tale Magazine Wrote About ‘Time of the Wolf’ Audiobook
Writing is a passion for Catherine Greenfeder. Born in Greenwich Village, with its artistic influences, she enjoyed the library, Central and Washington Square Parks, and the art museums. Her earliest influences were the children’s books she read, her Irish grandfather’s ghost stories, and encouraging teachers. After receiving a B.A. in English, Catherine worked in advertising… Continue reading Today I would like to introduce the very talented author Catherine Greenfeder as my guest~
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She woke with a gasp, air rushing into her lungs, filling them to bursting as she choked back to life. The air surrounding her was cold, chilled. Night had fallen and the dark was filled with silence.
Her mind was fuzzy, blocked. Yet a knowing nudged at her mind, tickling the edges of her memory.
Sorenti’s eyes adjusted in the moonlight and she felt something dry and tacky upon her skin. She raised a hand in the lowering night. Dark stains marred her flesh, the white of her dress, the crown of flowers crushed at her feet.
Images flashed through her mind, hard and brutal, slamming back into her consciousness.
Her mother’s gown. Her father’s goodbye. Her sisters twisting her hair upon her head, Jarrah.
He killed her.
She looked down once more to the blood stained dress, then to the body…
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