Do you ever use pictures to get some writing inspiration going? I love browsing through stock art (unless I can't find what I want...then it's hard not to scream)
However, check out this stock art I found with steampunk flying boats. HERE
This is definitely bookmarked for possible future use.
Another one I really like is this one to reflect the main character. Only problem with it is...the outfit is a bit too skimpy. Nothing wrong with it in general, but it might give readers the wrong idea about what all is in the book. Click HERE.
Can you believe we are already on L?
Today's books starting with L.....
American race car driver and engineer Mallory thinks her career is over after a bad crash. When an elite European racing organization offers her a job, she eagerly accepts. But in the high-stakes world of international racing, ethics and even the law mean little to those seeking an edge. Soon Mallory is thrust into a dangerous investigation that may cost her a lot more than her career.
Read the review HERE.
When college student Travis Maguire chases his dog into
Washington, D.C.’s Rock Creek Park wilderness, he finds more than the dog -- he
discovers a camera with photos of a mysterious black triangular aircraft that
crashed in the woods. Obsessed with the photos and the unknown photographer,
Travis searches for the wreck, accompanied by two friends: beautiful Lexie
Collins, who’s convinced a UFO came down outside the city, and her brother
Burke, who argues that the photos must be fake. Their lives take an
unimaginable turn when they encounter a six-eyed galactic animal control
officer and the murderous creature he was transporting. Lost Cargo is set in
the shadows of Washington’s famous streets, with wicked twists and turns and
Only .99 cents.
Read the Review HERE.