The Decision Releases today!!

Hi guys! I have a special announcement! The Decision, the 2nd book of The Everlasting Trilogy  has been released! You can get your copy now on Amazon or ITunes. The rest of the buy links will be coming soon and I will get those out to you!



You can also get entered in to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card to celebrate the release!! Here is the link for that:




Virtual Fantasy Blog Hop happening today!!

Hi, I’m L.K. Kuhl, Author of EVERLASTING and I’m your host for this stop in the Hunt.


If you would like to find out more about the Hunt, please click here –

Somewhere on this page is a hidden number. Collect all the numbers from all the authors’ posts, and then add them up. Once you’ve added all the numbers, and if I am your last author, please head to the official website and click on the ENTER HERE page to find the entry form. Only entries will the correct number will qualify to win.


The author I’m pleased to be hosting for Virtual FantasyCon’s Blog Hop Hunt today is Victor Catano, author of Tail & Trouble, his debut urban fantasy novel.




Here’s my secret. I was never a dog person.


You might think this odd coming from a guy who has written a book in which one of the main characters is an adorable, magical bulldog, the familiar of a missing witch. And it’s not that I didn’t like dogs. I just was never a dog person.


You know the difference. There are cat people and dog people. People who have My Grandkids Are Pugs sweatshirts and those who have a back room dedicated to an elaborate carpet-covered climbing tree/scratching post.


My family always had cats. There was Minnalouche, the Siamese cat my Mom had gotten in college and brought with us to Halifax when we moved from Bethlehem, PA. She lived to a ripe old age before passing on. (She has a cameo in Tail & Trouble, which made my Mom tear up.) Then there was Grey, our creative name for the grey kitten we adopted from the neighbors. He was a scrappy cat, always trying to punch above his weight. He had a piece missing from his left ear from an early age, trophy of a fight he got one night when he didn’t want to come back inside.


We never had a dog. Dogs were messy, and needed to be walked and it was hard enough to get us to change a cat box once a week. And my Dad was plenty happy having a little fluff ball of a cat curl up on his lap while he watched baseball.


And all through college, roommates had cats as pets. One roommate after graduation had a dog. He was nice enough, but I didn’t have any hand in feeding or walking him. I did not have a dog until I met my wife, Kim.


Oliver was a parti-colored cocker spaniel. He always had too-long hair. He slobbered. He had eye boogers all the time. And bad breathe. And to anyone who liked him or his owner, he was the friendliest dog in the world. And he’d ferociously protect you from any perceived threat.


He was a rescue dog. He was used as a bait dog to train pit bulls to fight. You could still see the faint scars on his stomach from that. He would forever flip out whenever he got near a bigger dog, spinning on his leash and leaping at akitas and pits when they would dare to approach us on walks.


My wife told me that one reason she knew I was the right guy was because Ollie took to me so quickly. He liked me right away and made me a part of the pack. She told me that he never let anyone but her walk him before. (Maybe she just said that to get me to walk him, but whatever. Ollie was cool.)


Kim would swear to me that Ollie had 74 telekenetic powers. If there was a treat he wanted, it would magically roll off of the table and onto the floor. (Anything on the floor was his. He established that rule early on.) Stuff would drop off the stove, fall out of the fridge, and it happened too many times for it to be simply putting something too close to the edge.


Ollie passed away a few years ago at the age of twenty. We miss him still.


Ollie is the inspiration for Orson the bulldog in the book. Although we couldn’t speak to him, like Orson does with Gabriel, we never had any doubt what he was thinking. Like Ollie, Orson is fiercely loyal, devoted, and a true friend.


I hope you’ll take a look at my book and see for yourself.


Thanks! And happy blog hunting!


Tail & Trouble Blurb: When Gabriel’s witch girlfriend doesn’t return from her latest trip, he gets on the road and heads out to find her. Sheila’s coven is secretive and distrustful of Gabriel, so the only help he has is Sheila’s familiar, a bulldog named Orson, who is psychically linked to both of them.


In Florida, they walk right into an elaborate plan to steal Orson. A mysterious wizard named Yareth is behind the plot, and he may also know where Sheila is.


Gabriel and Orson will have to fight for their lives as they navigate around all the magical roadblocks to force Yareth’s hand. They won’t give up until Sheila is safe.


Victor Catano lives in New York City with his wonderful wife, Kim. When not writing, he works in live theater as a stage manager, light designer, and technical director, working mainly with dance companies. His hobbies include coffee, Broadway musicals, and complaining about the NY Mets and Philadelphia Eagles.

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New Rafflecopter up for grabs!!

Happy Saturday everyone!! I am “falling” head over heels in love with the excitement of my next book release, The Decision, coming out October 20th and can’t wait to share with you a Rafflecopter that has just begun. The Rafflecopter is a giveaway for a $25 Amazon Gift Card and it will run until midnight, Oct. 31. I have a couple of tweets on the Rafflecopter. You can tweet them right now but I will be adding a buy link to them after the 20th to help with the Tweet messages. Thank you so much all of my faithful readers!! Without you guys, this wouldn’t be possible!


Chasm gets a 5 Star Review from Readers’ Favorite!!

Got a wonderful 5 Star Review for Chasm, my Romantic Suspense Novel!!


Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers’ Favorite

Chasm by L.K. Kuhl is a captivating suspense thriller. Taylor Vine is a happy housewife who is still in love with her husband of ten years. They have two beautiful children and Taylor feels that her life is perfect. Anticipating a romantic Valentine’s evening with her husband, she has the children in bed and the wine chilling. With the ring of a doorbell, her life spirals out of control. That night she discovers things are not as they seem and her life takes an unexpected turn. With her husband in prison and unsure of herself, Taylor takes the advice of her best friend and decides to leave Boston. Her decision to return to her roots and move her family across the country to the small town in Tennessee seems to be her best choice. However, going home brings back unwelcome and unpleasant reminders of her youth, and creates another set of complications. Taylor endeavors to adjust to living with the memories and horrors of her past and to not allow them to wreck her life in the present. While she is struggling to pull her life together, events begin to threaten the happiness that she is working so hard to achieve. Her past and present merge and now her children’s lives are at stake.

If you are a fan of suspense thrillers, then I enthusiastically recommend Chasm by L.K. Kuhl. It is an incredible suspense story that has many layers and Taylor is at the crux. The suspense snowballs until it climaxes into a magnificent finish. I could not put the book down until I had reached the final word. It is an amazing read! Taylor Vine is the main character, and she has to come to terms with what life has dealt her. It takes guts to face what she has to face, but like everyone else she has some character flaws. These flaws make her seem genuine and easier to relate to. I applauded her efforts to make a better life for herself and her children, despite her own childhood trauma. Each of the characters provides a significant part in this cliff-hanger suspense. This incredible thriller is appropriate for a more mature reader of at least eighteen, as it contains the use of alcohol, tobacco, and mild sexual overtures.