Hello Readers! It’s Release Day for The Devil of Dating!!! We’re super excited about this one, and hey! It’s only $0.99! When you’re the Prince of Darkness, how do you […]
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Just Ink Press is heading to Phoenix Comicon this week! This is our first official convention appearance. Phoenix Comicon kicks off at the Phoenix Convention Center Thursday, June 5th at […]
One year ago, we released R.C. Murphy‘s first Inbetween novel, Enslaved. It’s done quite well and we couldn’t be more pleased with not only the book and R.C.’s writing skills, […]
Hello Readers! We’re proud to announce today that our bookstore is now live and ready for you to purchase books in the format you desire or need, with three options […]
We love holidays around here, as you may have noticed the snow drifting gently across your screen and the myriad of Christmas tree posts on Facebook. But what we love most about holidays is the opportunity to slash prices on ALL of our books!
Dear Friends, If you have read any of the books on our bookshelf, please review the book on the site you purchased it from and/or on Goodreads. Our authors would […]
We’re slashing our prices for two full days! Right now on Amazon and All Romance eBooks, you can pick up ANY of the books on our bookshelf for 50% off. Enjoy the long weekend with a good read or pick up a few to gift. Whatever your desire, we have it here half off all day Friday on Amazon and through Saturday on All Romance eBooks.
Hey everyone, We know we’re starting out a bit slow on getting some books out to you, but it’s mainly because we want the books we produce to be the […]
Here at Just Ink Press, LLC, we like to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with corned beef, Guinness, and Flogging Molly. We also like to include some great reads, and since we completely forgot that we’d scheduled NL “Jinxie” Geravasio’s Gods & Vampyres as a freebie this weekend, we’re letting you in on it today.
Conor perched on the chair like a bird, perfectly still, not making a sound. He’d been watching the slayer for a few hours. The scent of his blood drove Conor mad, but he didn’t dare touch him. He’d surely be killed for such an action. He spoke with one of the others in his mind to distract his thoughts from the mortal man bound to the chair, and it helped some. It helped more with Trent controlling the level of the bloodsong. It was uncanny he had the ability to do so. None of the others attempted to understand why nor questioned the reason.