Sunday, June 30, 2013

"Bump in the Night" Paperback release

 Bump in the Night

By K.C. Grim

ISBN: 9781489531803
GENRE: Anthology • Contemporary • Erotic Romance • Fantasy • Fiction • Gay • Paranormal
LENGTH: 126 pages
Published by JMS Books

 
I can’t believe it is finally here.  My first paperback book!! “Bump in the Night” is a collection of 5 supernatural short stories:


 The Prey
    
 A Roommate Wanted
 
 When Darkness Falls



 

Are you afraid of things that go bump in the night? These five dark tales of paranormal gay erotic romance are filled with sexy creatures and men who can’t wait to bump back!

In "Fate Drops In," life changes forever when a young werewolf literally drops into a room full of vampires. On the hunt for the elusive sun wolf, Jonathan quickly learns the hunter becomes "The Prey." When Jordan places an ad for "A Roommate Wanted," the new guy just might be the death of him.

Shadow Chaser, Jet has always used his good looks and sex appeal to his own advantage, leaving a trail of broken hearts in his wake. But what happens "When Darkness Falls" and he finds himself injured and banished to the Arctic Circle? Finally, Bryson has always been "The Lone Wolf," until a one-night stand with a beautiful man makes him question his wild life.

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You can still buy each individual story as an ebook.  Purchasing titles separately totals $13.95 Or purchase the paperback for $12.50 on sale right now for $11.00 !! 

To celebrate the paperback release, I’m giving away 2 great gifts!! First is a free autographed copy of my book!!  I’ve always wanted to be a writer ever since I was a kid.  The second luck winner will get a $10 Gift Certificate to JMS Books!

To enter the contest is easy.  What did you dream about being when you grew up?  Leave your answer below.  It’s that easy!  Make sure to leave your email so I can notify the winners. 

Contest ends July 12th 2013 at 12pm.  Good Luck and thanks for checking out my stories.
 

KC Grim :)

27 comments:

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    1. That's really cool! I have several friends who are Physical Therapist. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment.

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  2. I wanted to be an orchestra conductor, have always thought that stick they wave is very cool...lol.

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    1. I'm slightly musical but I've never thought about being a conductor. That would be interesting. I wonder what would happen if you sneezed would the orchestra suddenly go haywire?? LOL

      Thanks for checking out my blog and leaving a comment :) KC

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  3. I wanted to be an actress but in school (age 10-12) we had a small acting Group and I got all the boooooring part as Cinderellas dad ore something so I changed my mind.. the popular Girls got the fun parts - hated them girls!! lol

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    1. An actor? That would sound like fun until I had to speak in front of a crowd of people. Nope! I would pass out or puke! LOL Well, I hope all those 'popular' girls are now fat! :P

      Thanks for leaving a comment Sly...now get back to 'operation title' Hehe :) Kc

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    2. LOL .. Thanks I will.. GA's Dang Bear is it right now :D

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  4. All I wanted when I was growing up was input, education, information, I'm a natural sponge LOL. I'm not after a prize KC you can sign my copy when I but it :) Many congrats, and love you all always.
    BTW I got what I wanted, I'm heading for a degree. xxx

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    1. We are so proud of you Marky, you have done so well in your studies. Keep up the good work (or I'll have to ground you like we do to JJ, LOL)

      Have you decided what you are going to do with your degree after?? ((hugs)) Kc

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  5. hmm.... when i grow up? well - I am still working on that! :P
    as for what i wanted to do, i never ever wanted to stop learning! a career student, that's me! lol.

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    1. Frosty!! How did I miss this?? My stupid computer was on the fritz over the weekend. A career student? Would that mean student loans for the rest of your life? IDK, it took me forever to pay them off the first time! LOL :)

      Thanks for dropping in to participate in my blog! Stop by anytime!! :D Kc

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  6. Well, when I was a kid, I always wanted to be a teacher. I remember that all my classmates would say cool stuff like doctor, scientist and stuff. But I admired my teachers so much and wanted to be like them.

    But in due time I realised I'm not the one for this job. I never had my teachers' patience. I would just bang the students' head together till they learn. LOL.

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    1. Haha! I had friends that wanted to be teachers and 1-2 that became teachers, but hell no, not for me! I wouldn't be a good with a bunch of kids, I might ducktape their mouths closed.

      Thanks for stopping by my blog, Ieshwar! :D

      KC

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  7. Geriatrics. I used to love to go to local nursing homes and read to the patients and help arrange entertainment for them, especially during the holidays. After I married, my daughter and I would make food baskets and carry to the older people we knew that were shut ins, expecially if they were alone during the holidays. I also took my grandson to visit in the local nursing home for the holidays, and the patients loved talking to him, and he was quite the entertainer. Never wanted to be in the medical field, but more in the Social part of it. So fulfilling!

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    1. That sounds wonderful, JoAnn! I can see you doing that. You have a big heart, crazy woman! Thanks so much for all of your encouragement. I'm super excited about the book going paperback. It gives me the drive to try even harder and to write more. Thanks for participating, KC :D

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  8. When I was a kid, I wanted to be an architect. My bedroom was littered with drawings of homes and buildings, inside and out. My mom got fed up with all the paper, so she bought me a huge chalkboard and a bunch of a chalk, so I could draw my designs and make changes without using multiple pieces of paper. I also had a huge amount of legos, like an entire chest full of them. I would build my buildings using legos, after I got the design worked out on my chalkboard.

    Now, I work for the US Treasury. Not quite what I wanted to do, at all. Lol

    Email is andrea.antoine@gmail.com ;)

    -Andrea

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    1. That's cool! I have no artistic talent at all. If I tried to make a lego house it would get condemned, LOL. Yeah, it doesn't always turn out like we planned ;) Hope you like your job that atleast makes it worth it! Thanks for stopping by and participating in the contest :D KC

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  9. When I was growing up, I thought I'd be a teacher, but that's not the same as "wanting" to be one. I really was one of those people who never had a dream of being one (or many) things, but I did/do love trying new things. I think that's evident in how my work life has been as an adult. However, I always knew I wanted to be happy and have love, and I have certainly accomplished that.

    Congratulations on your first paperback! Thanks for the giveaway, too.

    Carolyn
    caroaz [at] ymail [dot] com

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    1. Thanks Carolyn for ddropping by my blog. I can understand wanting to be happy and loved! That's my most important goal for my child is for her to be happy and loved.

      It's strange looking at the world through child's eyes the potential is unlimited. I still have those "what am I going to be when I grow up" moments at almost 40!! LOL

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  10. I dreamed of being a comic book artist. All the larger than life men were a lifeline to a skinny kid who never felt a lot of connection with his surroundings. Then I found out I was just gay. Whew! What a relief!

    I'm still involved in artwork in different forms, so I don't have to be sorry that it didn't work out exactly as planned. :)

    Mann Ramblings
    mannramblings@gmail.com

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    1. Don't they say if you love what you do then you never work a day in your life? I'm in awe of artists, their beauty they create is amazing. I've seen some of your art, Mann and it's very impressive!

      Thanks for dropping by my blog and encouraging my writing! :D Kc

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  11. Congrats KC. I am so glad to see you are being published in a book as well. Might finally be able to get you to sign that then. :)

    -Wayne

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    1. Thanks Wayne! You know I'll sign one for you!! :P I've got lots of projects planned for the future and might have to hit you up to beta here or there. Thanks for all your help over the years, you rock!! XD

      (((HUG))) Kc

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  12. Hey KC my man love all your work, but please, please get in touch xxxx

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    1. Hey Marky Mark! Glad to hear from you. What's up? How's school going? Miss ya bunches! :D

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