August 15, 2015

Deleted Scene from Upcoming Release THE LAST SHOT

Hey everyone! I'm working hard on finishing up THE LAST SHOT. I thought I'd share with you a teaser, well, not a teaser exactly. This was meant to be the Prologue from the book but I think it works better without it. Rather than cut it and leave it to rot on my computer, I decided to share it instead. What do you think? Are you ready to fall in love with Dutch?

Annie sat on the swing in the weed-filled playground. The rusted chain squeaked as she gently rocked back and forth on her tip-toes. At fourteen, she was smaller, both in size and height, than most kids her age, perhaps because she had to fend for herself so much over the years, but not now. Apparently her grandmother would watch over her now. 
She came here to be alone with her thoughts. Living with her grandmother Grace would be an adjustment. Being neglected her whole life had given her a sense of autonomy. She could do what she wanted and when she wanted it do it. Now, her grandmother called the shots and she pulled the reins tight. As much as she liked that her grandmother cared enough to make her follow those rules, Annie sure missed her freedom. 
When she looked up from the sparse gravel and dirt below her feet she met the gaze of a boy not much older than her. He was gangly, like her, but unlike her he was tall and a little bit awkward. He trudged through the weeds, his hands dug deep in the pockets of his faded, ripped jeans. Without asking her, he stopped and took a seat on the swing beside her. They rocked side by side, not saying a word, just as they’d done every day now since she’d arrived in this town, smack dab in the middle of nowhere. They never talked, though. Not once. But today was different somehow. He looked different. From a sideways glance she could see his face was red and his eyes were bloodshot. She remembered seeing another boy’s face like this before, one of the two boys she’d lived with at the foster home her grandmother had rescued her from.

July 25, 2015


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May 09, 2015

inCAPABLE Release

It's been a while since I've blogged and I apologize for that. It's been a crazy year so far. In the last twelve months I've spent almost seven months away from my family, working in Ontario, CA and completing a humanitarian mission in Sierra Leone. Now I'm back, I've finally had the chance to get back to my passion: writing. Yes, I wrote while I was away, but it wasn't my primary focus, mostly because that would have been impossible. And it was really hard to write when I was constantly surrounded by people and, in Sierra Leone, I was sharing my living space (basically a bedroom and a bathroom) with four other people (though they were amazeballs!). 

My latest release, inCAPABLE, is about two broken people learning to love in world that has been especially harsh for them. I really hope you'll check it out. I'm amazed by the positive response so far. I still have to pinch myself when I see that someone has read my work and enjoyed it. Years ago I never could have imagined sharing my stories with the world.

You can purchase it by following any of the links below, and if you're interested in a print copy, they'll be available to purchase soon. For now, you can sign up for the Goodreads giveaway I'm hosting.

Thank you, my amazing readers!

Purchase links:

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inCAPABLE by Sara Hubbard     


by Sara Hubbard

Giveaway ends May 30, 2015.
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March 23, 2015

New Release: Eternal Fires by Ally Shields

Book Title: Eternal Fires
Series Name and book #: Guardian Witch 7 (series finale)
Author: Ally Shields
Release Date: March 20, 2015
Publisher: Etopia Press
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance 

It started with the murder of a stranger. Then the crows appeared…

 Ari and Andreas know the O-Seven will never leave them alone. Ari is carrying Andreas's mortal child, but the vampire elders are convinced the child will be the first vampire baby and are out to posses it. Or kill it. Either way, Ari and Andreas will do anything to keep their unborn child safe, even if it means Ari has to go into hiding and leave Andreas exposed to the O-Seven alone.

But then the O-Seven call on the Mahmo magic that can turn an elder into a winged killer, and each time Ari runs, they find her again. The only way to protect their child's future is to defeat the O-Seven, once and for all. And to do that, Ari will have to face the elders head-on in their castle stronghold deep in Germany’s Black Forest…