Thursday, January 31, 2008

Sabrina Luna's Thursday Thirteen

13 Random Words

1. exsert- to thrust out
2. hockey – shepherd’s crook (hoquet – French)
3. legerdemain –light of hand; sleight of hand; a display of skill or adroitness
4. mobilize –to put into movement or circulation
5. neurotoxic –toxic to the nerves or nervous tissue
6. nyctalopia –suffering from night blindness
7. opine –to express opinions; to state an opinion
8. orismology –the science of defining technical terms
9. pennon –penne quill; wing feather
10. pylon –a massive gateway
11. sabbatical –a break or change from a normal routine (as in employment)
12. section gang –a crew of track workers employed to maintain a railroad section
13. strike zone –the are over home plate through which a pitched baseball must pass to be called a strike

(Borrowed from Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary 10th Edition)

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Have a ~*Magickal*~Day!
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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Fallen Angel Reviews - HOMECOMING & A WARRIOR'S HOPE!

Teresa at Fallen Angel Reviews has given HOMECOMING 4 Angels! “Ms. Luna created two very down to earth and intricate characters in a very short space of time.”

She concludes with, “Thanks go to Ms. Luna for another positive and moving portrayal of members of our Armed forces. Thanks go to Ms. Luna for a fun read.” Check out the full review HERE!

You’re welcome, Teresa! HOMECOMING was a pleasure to write –glad you enjoyed this Manlove title Now Available at!

To Purchase HOMECOMING Click Here!

Tami B. at Fallen Angel Reviews has this to say about A WARRIOR’S HOPE, “…a sensual love story with sizzling love scenes.”

“Although the story is only 13 pages, Ms. Luna embeds the emotions of these characters deeply into the reader’s heart.”

She’s given A WARRIOR’S HOPE 4 Angels! Check out the full review HERE!

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Thanks, Tami B.!

Have a ~*Magickal*~Day,
Sabrina )O(

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Monday, January 28, 2008

It's A Manlove Monday - HOMECOMING Now Available!

Yes, folks, HOMECOMING is available in ebook format! Drop by to purchase a copy of my hot Manlove short story today!

Blurb: Jack MacDonald's a strict private school teacher. He's known to his students as ‘Mr. MacDiscipline'. On Homecoming Alumni Day, a youthful James Goldman returns from his tour of duty in Iraq.

After five years in the Army, the teacher wonders if his former pupil has changed his ‘bad boy' ways …or hasn't he? MacDonald can hardly wait to find out.

Elements: M/M, BDSM
Length: HeatSheet (7K words)
Rating: 4 Novas


Don't forget --A WARRIOR’S HOPE is available at too!

Blurb: As political unrest swirls in the palace of Tutankhamun, Commander Thabit, a Warrior of Amun-Ra, is eager for a stolen moment with his lover, the royal scribe, Akil. Leading his men to the border to face an unfamiliar tribe of renegades, Thabit isn't sure when he'll return home to Thebes...or his beloved again.

Elements: M/M
Length: HeatSheet (5K words)
Rating: 3 Novas


Have A Hot Manlove Monday!
Thx & Hugs,
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Thursday, January 24, 2008

Sabrina Luna's Thursday Thirteen

13 Writer Meme’s

1. What's your genre(s)?
I write a variety –contemporary, erotica, Manlove and paranormal romance, to name a few!

2. How many stories have you completed?
I’d say roughly about a dozen –some epublished, some not…yet.

3. How many stories are you working on now?
I’m in the process of editing two now, writing one.

4. Are you a linear or chunk writer?

5. The POV you're most partial to?
Third person, some first (but rarely)

6. As a writer, do you plot or write by the seat of your pants?
I’m a planster –I use an outline, but leave it open to allow my characters and/or story to organically develop.

7. The theme that keeps cropping up in your books?
Sex –yeah, there’s always a hot sex scene or two! *wink-wink*

8. How many days a week do you write?
Write? A little every day. However, it really depends on if I’m not busy editing or promoting.

9. What time of day do you get your best writing done?
I’ve figured out I’m a morning writer –between 9AM- 2 PM, usually.

10. What’s your favorite way to promote your stories?
‘Meet-n-Greets’ with my local promo group The Midnight Muses, but blogs are good too!

11. Who are your inspirations?
I’m inspired by my fellow author-friends! The ones like me, who are busy writing and promoting every day!

12. Who are your favorite authors to read? (different from mentors)
Too many to name, but a few are: Kate Douglas, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Angela Knight and Anne Rice!

13. What are you currently reading?
No Rest for the Witches anthology, The Rest Falls Away by Colleen Gleason and Blue Ruin I: Some Kind of Stranger by Katrina Strauss –yeah, I read several. *grin*

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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Heath Ledger and Saturn Return

Like most astrologically curious folks, I decided to look up actor Heath Ledger’s birth chart this morning –and, lo and behold, things got “spooky”. Heath was smack in the middle of his Saturn return (Saturn in Virgo retrograde)!

Birth info:
Heath Andrew Ledger
Born: April 4, 1979
Time: unknown
Perth, Australia

In Astrology, a Saturn return is when the planet of Saturn comes back into the exact placement at the time of one’s birth. However, the effects of SR can also be felt before and after the time period too. Saturn returns happen to everyone –usually between the ages of 27-30. Since Saturn’s known as the ‘taskmaster’, it usually means it’s a milestone in one’s life –one that may be difficult yet teaches folks to ‘grow-up’ and become an adult. It can be called a cosmic ‘rite of passage’.

A Saturn Return does not cause untimely death, but as I look back at his birth chart in hind-sight, there were also some interesting transits and cosmic points. Honestly, the more I study, the more these things amaze me!

Heath Ledger was a talented, youthful actor and father –he will be missed.

Thx & Hugs,
Sabrina )O(

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In her spare time, Sabrina Luna likes to study Astrology. She creates her own special Planetary*Scopes ™ based on natal or birth charts by special arrangement for friends and clients. Sabrina is also an Author, Psychic Reader and Reiki Master. For more information about her writing career, please check out her website at

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Happy Full Moon - An Interview w/Sabrina Luna

Hey Everyone! Today I've reposted an interview that was featured in The Eidolon Edge's Fall/Winter newsletter in October 2007 --Enjoy! :)

Tina with The Eidolon Foundation: I’m speaking with Sabrina Luna, who is not only one of Charlotte’s premier Supernatural Romance authors, but also a member of our own Pagan community, an excellent tarot reader, and a Reiki practitioner. We’ll be seeking insights and wisdom into the world of book publishing and writing, and how her Paganism affected these areas in her life.

Sabrina: Hello Everyone!

Tina: Sabrina, how did you first enter the realm of Supernatural Romance writing?

Sabrina: I began writing in 1997, however my full time career began in 2006 –and I’m steadily moving forward. As for Supernatural, well, I prefer to call it Paranormal Romance.

Since the late 1980s, I was a fan of Anne Rice (The Vampire Chronicles), but it wasn’t until 2000 that I became aware of a change in the mass market publishing industry --novels that included magickal elements interfused with urban or modern settings. These types of books are also known as Paranormal or Urban Fantasy.

I’ll confess, I wasn’t a big reader of traditional romance stories. It wasn’t until I read stories that blended my love of paranormal/magickal elements with romance that I really began to enjoy this hybrid genre and wanted to write stories of this kind.

Now, as an author, I write stories with the paranormal/magickal elements –sometimes consciously, sometimes unconsciously –LOL! If asked, I usually define my writing as ‘spicy romance with a touch of magick’. It’s my personal preference, but also something that comes quite ‘natural’ to me because of my metaphysical background.

Tina: Was it difficult to find a publisher? How did you obtain the publisher you currently have?

Sabrina: Difficult? Not really. There has been an explosion of growth in the epublishing industry in the last couple of years on the internet.

Fortunately for me, I had several completed stories already saved in my computer. After reading the guidelines for several epublishing companies, I submitted a manuscript with cover letter to a few and I got responses. Of course I was excited to have offers, but I had to quickly learn the business of the publishing industry.

I’m still no expert, but I’m not as ‘green’ as I was just two years ago either! It’s all a learning process –and I’m still learning every single day.

Tina: What do you think of self-publishing through a company such as versus being published through a publishing house? Which system do you believe works best? Are there any cons to either system?

Sabrina: Well, first of all I must say, these opinions –my $1.01, for what it’s worth. *wink-wink*

I did my research on self-publishing long before I was ever serious about a writing career. Self-publishing is a tough job. All a self-publishing company does is maybe offer to put your book into format and, if you’re lucky, offer a place for your readers to buy –the rest is up to you!

I admire those who are self-published because they really believe in their material and are out there busting their butts to promote and sell their novels!

I, personally, decided on an epublishing company. Epublishing is similar to the big NY publishers in some respects, some not. Both are money-making businesses, however, Epublishing is usually a smaller network comprised of editors, cover artists and other authors.

I’m currently working with four epublishers with several titles now available in ebook format. I also have one anthology in print now through one of the epublishers and another print book coming out from another in the near future. So I’m still writing for ebook format, but steadily branching out to print –so, keep yer fingers crossed for me!

However, there are so *many* epublishers around now that some companies have closed within less than a year of opening. I’ve had my share of ‘learning experiences’ over the past two years, but I’ve never let this discourage my dreams and moved on.

I’ve also join several author-oriented groups, organizations which help authors learn more about the business of publishing. These groups are invaluable and worth joining, in my opinion, if you’re pursuing writing as a career –not a hobby.

Tina: What do you do to market your books?

Sabrina: I actively promote at local events with a promo group made up of three other ladies who write paranormal romance. We’re called The Midnight Muses and promote in the Charlotte area at book fairs, pagan festivals and other venues to get readers familiar with us and our books.

You can learn more about our promotional group at:

We also put together an anthology of short, paranormal erotic romances titled MIDNIGHT ENCOUNTERS. It’s published by Whiskey Creek Press – Torrid and is available now in ebook format and print.

Since epublishing is a smaller network, authors have to do a good share of their own promotion. That is why we formed The Midnight Muses –to promote our work locally and split the costs of promotion –because promotion isn’t cheap!

I also have my own website and also promote online through my blogspot, my MySpace profile and through Yahoo! groups –Check it out at:

In all honesty, I’d say my average work day is roughly 30% online promoting and 70% writing and editing -of course it varies, but I do spend lots of time attempting to get readers familiar with me and my titles. One day, it will pay off. *wink-wink*

Tina: You say that you write Supernatural Romance novels. What does this entail? Do you deal exclusively with the supernatural creatures and powers typically associated with this genre, or do you also include ideas from some of the better known alternative religions (Wicca, Asatru, Druidism, etc.)?

Sabrina: I haven’t yet written anything with ‘alternative religions’. I don’t know if I will or not—we’ll see.

I’m currently writing a Scottish wolf story in which a character can see auras (life force energies that surround people) and, another one is psychic or very intuitive. In my opinion, it makes my story more paranormal and these are more fantasy-like elements, but based on certain Pagan and New Age metaphysical principles.

Tina: Do you think that being a Pagan yourself has influenced your writing? Has it caused you to rethink actions or beliefs for your characters because you have a grounding in this area?

Sabrina: I’m a magickal person. Everything I do is a magickal creation or manifestation –storytelling is one of them! So, writing, for me, is magick. Even if I’m writing something not a paranormal story –say a contemporary romance—a little bit of my own personal magick shines through. The story may not have any ‘magick’ in it, but it’s still magickal –because I created it. Hope that makes sense –LOL!

Tina: How much of your religious practice surfaces in your books? Do you include the tarot or Reiki (both practices that you are involved with) in plots or subplots? What about rituals? Do you include your own ritual structures in books that contain such things?

Sabrina: No, I haven’t used the Tarot or Reiki in my stories –yet. Several epublishers have submission calls for stories involving (or loosely basing) novels on Tarot cards and other divination tools (like the Runes and Astrology).

Although the guidelines have tempted me to write stories for those types of lines, I’ve steered clear. It’s like I told an author-buddy (whose story, btw, was accepted for a Tarot-themed line), I’ll write my own Tarot story one of these days. As a professional psychic reader, I have such strong ties to the Tarot. I’d prefer to hold off and wait until I feel the time is right –for me.

I’ve written a short story or two with elements of ritual spell work. I kept the elements light and in the context of the story. I did my research to get the magick ‘right’, but didn’t want it to distract the reader from the story.

Tina: Do you have to do a lot of research into particular Pagan Sects or Mythological beliefs for each of your books?

Sabrina: Well, it depends on what I’m writing! LOL! I’ve always loved ‘looking things up’! The internet can be so addictive to someone like me. Search engines make it easy to look up topics and subtopics. If you’re like me, you find yourself glued to the chair and five hours have past you by in the blink of an eye –and you haven’t written a darn thing! (Uh oh!)

But, yes, I do research, both online and through paper-and-ink books. I also like to ask people I know what they may think or recommend on subjects too –just for a well-rounded view.

However, I also think too much research and spoil the creative process. I try to keep myself open and allow my inner storyteller to tell the story –and not worry so much about the little ‘technical’ details.

Tina: Finally, Sabrina, there are many aspiring Pagan authors out there. If you could relay one piece of wisdom or insight to them in the world of book authoring and publishing, what would that be?

Sabrina: If you’re seriously pursing a career in writing –know the business aspects of publishing as well as the creative side! Many writers forget or don’t acknowledge that writing/publishing IS a business. It’s a fun, creative business, but still, lots of hard work and long hours go into this type of career –Good luck!

Tina: I’d like to thank Sabrina for talking to us today on the important topic of book authoring and publishing. I hope that you aspiring authors out there got a lot of useful information from this interview.

The Eidolon Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting greater awareness of alternative spiritual traditions and minority religions in Charlotte, NC and the surrounding region.

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Monday, January 21, 2008

Hey Everyone! Check out my Promo Pointers #3 at RomEroticaWriters today!

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Sabrina )O(

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Sunday, January 20, 2008

A Wonderful Quote & A Hot Cup of Tea ...

"When I admire the wonder of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in worship of the Creator."

--Mahatma Gandhi

An Instant Russian Tea Recipe

1 cup instant tea mix (unsweetened)
2 cups Tang or 1.5 Cups w/packet of orange Kool-Aid
1 cup sugar
1 packet lemonade Kool-Aid
1 tsp. cinnamon (or to taste)
1/2 tsp. cloves (or to taste)

Mix well & store in an air-tight, dry container
Use 2-3 teaspoons per cup to taste

Warm Hugs & Blessings,
Sabrina )O(

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Friday, January 18, 2008

Sabrina Luna's Thursday Thirteen

13 Things I’m Happy About This Week:

1. Getting over the flu –talk about a big YUCK!
2. Starting on my newest story –I got mojo!
3. Researching my March presentation at Carolina Romance Writers –details later!
4. Listening to a “new” CD –Tapestry by Carole King!
5. Ready for the newest episode of ParaWomen Radio on BlogTalkRadio—they sooo rock!
6. Ready for my next upcoming title --HOMECOMING--a hot manlove short story!
7. Watching the third season of Buffy on DVD –great fun!
8. Doing a quick ‘sun salute’ in the mornings ---yay yoga!
9. Going to the Festival of Healing & Spiritual Awareness in Columbia on Saturday!
10. Checking into attending the next Vampire Ball in New Orleans –Queen of the Damned-themed—very cool!
11. My Friends checking in on me this week after the flu –Thx y’all!
12. Weather wasn’t as ‘bad’ as predicted –thank goodness!
13. I'm overall feeling more creative & productive this week!

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Tuesday, January 15, 2008


Some Kind of Stranger (BDSM Yaoi)
by Katrina Strauss
At Loose ID
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When Derek rescues a drugged, blue-haired waif from a ruthless predator, he's given the opportunity to explore his dark, dominant nature. He sets out to mold Blue into the perfect submissive, but is Blue at his mercy, or is Derek at Blue's? Inspired by her love of yaoi, Katrina Strauss explores the complicated dynamic of "topping from the bottom" with her new homoerotic BDSM romance series, Blue Ruin.

A Conspiracy of Ravens: A Raven Saga Book 1
By Crymsyn Hart (Dark Fantasy Romance - Spicy!)
At Amira Press
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Cursed forever as a Raven, Tremain can only be human on the days and nights of the full moon. Charged with protecting Maili, he realizes she has gone missing.

Linnea discovers her best friend’s apartment ransacked and a guy holding a severed head. Before she can get an explanation, something slips from the shadows stabbing Tremain, poisoning him.

To save Tremain, she must use her budding magickal powers and get him to his Raven brethren. Will she get him there in time? Will Tremain overcome his curse and save Maili? Or will he be cursed to an even worse hell?

Please feel free to drop by and check out these amazing titles by my friends & fellow authors! *wink-wink*

Thx & Hugs,
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Monday, January 14, 2008


Please feel free to drop by and place a vote before tomorrow (1/15)! *wink-wink*

P&E Poll 2007:

Charade –Erotica Novel

Good Girls Do It Badder –Romance Short Story

A Warrior’s Hope –Short Story Other

Midnight Encounters –Anthologies

Sabrina Luna –Author

All your votes are really appreciated by myself & my fellow authors! :)

Thx & Hugs,
Sabrina )O(

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Thursday, January 10, 2008

Sabrina Luna’s Thursday Thirteen

13 Randomly Chosen Words

1. Intimate - Belonging to or characterizing one’s deepest nature.
2. Entrepreneur – To undertake; one who organizes, manages and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.
3. Bandicoot – any of several very large rats. (Ew!)
4. Infarct – an area of necrosis in a tissue or organ resulting from obstruction of a local circulation by a thrombus or embolus.
5. Midshipman – a person in training for a naval commission; a student in a naval academy.
6. Summerwood – the harder less porous portion of an annual ring of wood that develops late in the growing season.
7. Prêt-a-porter –ready-to-wear clothes.
8. Ibo –a member of a people of the area around lower Niger in Africa.
9. Fauve – wild animal; tawny or wild.
10. Debar – to unbar; to bar from having or doing something.
11. Jointress –A woman having a legal jointure (circa 1602)
12. Plateresque –of, relating to or being a 16th century Spanish architectural style by elaborate ornamentation suggestive of silver plate.
13. Lackey –Footman or servant; someone who does mental tasks or runs errands for another.

(From Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary – 10th Edition)

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Sabrina )O(

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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Cool New Advertisement!

The Midnight Muses' have an advertisement for MIDNIGHT ENCOUNTERS in DARK REALMS Magazine! The Winter Issue (#29) can now be purchased via their website or at your local Hot Topic stores.

This issue is loaded with lots of Gothic goodness!

Dark Realms Features ...
Ghost Ships: Dark Legends of Phantoms that Haunt the High Seas
The Book of the Dead: An Ancient Egyptian Guide to the Afterlife
Monster Files: The Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp
Fiction: "The Magic Word" a Dark Tale by William H. Wandless
Featured Artists: Aunia Kahn and Tom Straub
Madame Endora reveals your future with the Mystical Wheel of Fortune
Doctor Arcana presents The Maze of Many Keys
Ebon Flow: News and Vicious Rumors from the Shadows

Xyla, Phanatos, London After Midnight, By Blood Alone, Poets to their Beloved, Hexperos, Wretch, Nightwish, Annie Barker, Ayreon, HIM, À Rebours, Joy Division, All My Faith Lost...

1408, Severance, Mr. Brooks, Rise: Blood Hunter, Bug, Resident Evil: Extinction, 30 Days of Night, Hostel: Part II, Saw IV, Wrong Turn 2: Dead End, Sweeney Todd, Beowulf, The Mist.

Darkness Within: In Pursuit of Loath Nolder, Clive Barker's Jericho, Nancy Drew: The Legend of the Crystal Skull.

Death of a Murderer by Rupert Thomson
The Magdalene Legacy by Laurence Gardner
Rise & Walk by Gregory Solis
Horror 101 edited by Aaron Christensen
Memoirs of a Monster Hunter by Nick Redfern
Roses of Blood on Barbwire Vines by D.L. Snell
The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman
Queen of the Orcs: King's Property by Morgan Howell
The Psychic Energy Codex by Michelle Belanger
Ghosthunters by John Kachuba
The Outcasts by L.S. Matthews
The Horror in the Museum by H.P. Lovecraft & others
The Queen of Wolves by Douglas Clegg
Isabella Moon by Laura Benedict
Crashing Paradise by Christopher Golden and Thomas E. Sniegoski

Pick up a copy today and check it out ...if you dare!

Thx & Hugs,
Sabrina )O(

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Monday, January 07, 2008

Don’t Forget To Place Your Votes, Please …

P&E Poll 2007:

Charade –Erotica Novel

Good Girls Do It Badder –Romance Short Story

A Warrior’s Hope –Short Story Other

Midnight Encounters –Anthologies

Sabrina Luna –Author

Love Romances Café Best of 2007:

A Warrior’s Hope –Best Historical
Spellbound –Best Anthology

Thanks again for the nominations –
Sabrina )O(

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Thursday, January 03, 2008

Sabrina Luna’s Thursday Thirteen

13 Favorite Things of 2007:

Favorite Books: (1) FAIRYVILLE by Emma Holly & (2) MASTER OF DRAGONS by Angela Knight

Favorite Retail Bookstore: (3) Books A Million (160 & Hwy 49) –the coolest staff around, IMHO!

Favorite Coffees: (4) Café du Monde & (5) Starbuck’s Café Verona

Favorite Coffee Shop: (6) Caribou Coffee (where I enjoy hanging out with my friends!)

Favorite ‘Event’: (7) The Harry Potter Release Party at Books a Million (okay, I’m behind the times –never been to a HP release party, but at least I got to go to the last one!)

Favorite Movies: (8) Blood & Chocolate (a wolf love story) and (9) Eastern Promises (Viggo!)

Favorite Music CDs: (10) HIM-And Love Said No (Greatest Hits 1997-2004) & Led Zeppelin-(11) The Song Remains The Same (digitally remastered)

Favorite Places Visited: (12) Washington DC & (13) New Orleans, LA (I’ll make plans to visit both places longer next time around!)

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Thx for dropping by --
Sabrina )O(

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Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Preditors & Editors Poll 2007 …yes, it’s that time again!

Exciting news! I have 4 nominations over at the P&E poll this year –so please feel free to drop by and place your votes!


Erotica Novels category:
Charade by Sabrina Luna at Aphrodite’s Apples

Other Short Stories category:
A Warrior’s Hope by Sabrina Luna at Phaze

Anthologies category:
Midnight Encounters w/Crymsyn Hart, Dahlia Rose, Eliza Gayle and Sabrina Luna
at Whiskey Creek Press Torrid

Author Page category:
Sabrina Luna

The polls are open from January 1st to January 15th at

Thx in advance!
Big Hugs,
Sabrina )O(

PS-Good Girls Do It Badder has also been Nominated in the Romance Short Story category!

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Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Happy New Year!

Sabrina Luna Author News for January is now posted at my blogspot:

Please feel free to check it out!
Many Thx & Hugs,
Sabrina )O(

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