Archive | April, 2016

The Un:Fairer Sex: The Final Episode

22 Apr

Secret Diary Of PorterGirl

We’ve come a long way, baby…

The concluding part of this PorterGirl series is almost upon us!

Head Porter might have got the girl but there is no fairy tale ending this time around for the boys and girls of Old College.

All’s fair in love, war and academia.

But will we end up with more questions than answers?

Find out on Tuesday 26th April 2016!

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Thirteen Guests

18 Apr

Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor

13 GUESTS 250A FREE* collection of thirteen short stories meant to take place during the events of Masque of the Vampire.

Every fifty years, Andrei throws an expensive house party for the crème de la crème of the vampire world. With attendance down and news of dangerous events in the world, Andrei invites some new faces and requests security, pulling Jorick and Katelina into a swirl of intrigue and mysterious vampires.

But, there’s only so much time in the novel, and only so much Katelina can see. Discover the things she didn’t and enjoy thirteen stories, told through the eyes of the guests themselves. Dive into their histories, share their pain, their joy, and their hopes in the days leading up to the party’s first official day.

Get yours at:

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And read:

William – As William gets…

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It’s Party Time!

16 Apr

Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor

balloons Photo by Liz West from flickr under CC license

On Thursday, April 21st, Book Born – the very awesome facebook book group – is sponsoring Joleene Naylor Day (how cool is this??). It will be a day of games, giveaways, and vampire fun! But the awesomeness doesn’t stop there because the entire WEEK will be devoted to vampires in Book Born! 

Come join the vampire madness! Join the Book Born Facebook group. I promise there are a lot of cool people there and a lot of fun! Games, books, good conversation, and more!

Hope to see you there!

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The Choir Competition Continues

14 Apr

Secret Diary Of PorterGirl

The moment we have all been waiting for is almost upon us. Well – that is perhaps a rather grand promulgation for what is, essentially, the culmination of a somewhat juvenile practical joke. Hershel – the architect of this connivance – is no doubt watching from the wings with interest. As the Hawkins College Choir emerge from the nave, Head Porter, Professor Duke and I strain to see if any evidence of our stratagem can be observed.

I am somewhat ashamed to say that I am delighted to see that they look rather like I feel – heavily sleep deprived. No doubt the Porter kept them up all night, searching for the non-existent performance enhancing drugs, which, ironically, they look like they could do with right now. And there is definitely a hint of the itching powder in action – agitation and irritation seems to swarm about them like a…

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The Choir Competition Commences

12 Apr

Secret Diary Of PorterGirl

A weighty hush falls across The Great Chapel as several hundred pairs of ears strain in expectation of what is to come. There is a gentle tap tap from the conductor’s baton, then a soaring cacophony of ethereal voices sails aloft to the very rafters. For a moment I feel my own breath taken with it, such is the vocal beauty of the Wastell College Choir. I know in that instant that our own dear choristers – beautiful of face but less so of voice – could never achieve such euphonious heights. Organ Scholar and Penelope have done a fine job training them, certainly – but they wear their robes by merit of their looks and not their talents. These fellows here are a different breed entirely.

“So, The Master’s Wife didn’t want you to accompany her after all?” I whisper to Head Porter. He shakes his head.

“It’s a…

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Masque of the Vampire Book Release

4 Apr

Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor

It may be April Fools Day, but this is no joke. It’s official! Masque of the Vampire, the eighth book in the Amaranthine series, is here!

MoV cover2 “If you’re new to the Amaranthine saga and worried you will be lost with this latest installment of adult vampire adventure, don’t be. Just plunge right in – Joleene Naylor’s latest is also her best.” – Steve Evans – author of The Living End

If you haven’t gotten your copy, you can get it from:

Happy release day!

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UFO Gigolo features my trio of poems, “Three Dreamers”

3 Apr

Eric Robert Nolan, Author

I was honored today to see my first poems published at UFO Gigolo.  Stephen Jarrell Williams, who is also Editor of Dead Snakes, kindly featured “Three Dreamers” there.

Check out UFO Gigolo.  It’s damned fun.  It focuses specifically on poetry in the genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror.  I am currently enjoying three poems there by contributor Alan Catlin.

If you’d like to peruse “Three Dreamers,” and you didn’t see them yesterday over at Dead Snakes, you can find the set of three poems here:

“Three Dreamers,” at UFO Gigolo

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