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New book release! Prophet of a God

Second book in the Gods of Earth Series is out, Prophet of a God!! The story continues to follow Cooper, now an adult as he pursues his own love interest. The first book in the series, Influence of a God was about Cooper helping his guardians find love.

Isaiah has heard voices in his head his entire life, so it’s ironic when his brother declares that he has been chosen as a prophet of god. Isaiah assists his brother in his search for the messiah and quickly discovers the god chose his brother in an effort to get closer to Isaiah.

The messiah isn’t shy at all in declaring that Isaiah is fated to be with him. But the voice in Isaiah’s head is skeptical and easily finds errors in the god’s claims.

Cooper is a god, one of many on Earth, but he is approved to pose as a messiah. He warps the path he’s supposed to follow in an effort to get closer to a man that is supposed to be his lover for only one night. Doing so has consequences, because Isaiah is not the man he expected. For one, he cuts himself in an effort to deal with the darkness of his past. And second, there’s the pesky sprite that loiters on Isaiah’s shoulder, whispering advice that Cooper would rather it didn’t.


Author Interview about Dragon Series!

Today I was interviewed by Brad on Brad’s cafe, to discuss my dragon series, Enukara, about shapeshifting dragons and healers! Click the link below to see the video and check out the link on my site, here, to see the books and descriptions.



Collision Course & But My Boyfriend Is, book reviews

I read these out of order, not realizing they were a series. Honestly, I enjoyed the sequel “But My Boyfriend Is” more. Watching the growth of a man who is bisexual make up his mind and admit who he is and wants to be with, very compelling. “Collision Course,” still written well, but seemed to drag on. The characters were highly original, I liked the description of Joey’s hair being cotton candy. Both characters are broken and find a way to heal each other by the end of the book. There are a lot of scenes that seemed extra and made the story drag on a bit longer than I thought was needed. It was almost too bogged down with background story. If a book is awesome, I’ll finish in no less than a week. I took a two month break while reading this one. Yup, I was not dying to know what happened next. If you want a book like that, read “Life, Over Easy” also by K.A. Mitchell. I couldn’t put that one down.

“But My Boyfriend Is,” focusing on one of the twins that is introduced in “Collision Course.” I struggled to tell them apart in “Collision Course,” but such was not the case in this novel. Yes, that could have been because one was badly injured and the other was narrating the story, but they were also given distinct personalities. Watching the twins find their own path was nearly as riveting as the unraveling love story between the two main characters. Again, I loved this story, it was a closeted gay man coming out story, and his recurring denial, great. I loved how his “sort of” boyfriend, helped him discover who he was and never got pushy. I’ll never forget the line of, “And you must be here to get your *&^! sucked.” Classic, and I wish I could see it in a movie someday. It sums up the story line well.

“Collision Course” by K.A. Mitchell

“But My Boyfriend Is” by K.A. Mitchell

Life, Over Easy, Book Review

Books by K.A. Mitchell are usually a safe bet for me, but this book has easily become one of my favorites. I enjoyed how a touch of supernatural was added to the story line, but it wasn’t so much that the book didn’t remain rooted in the modern world. The supernatural bit was also a side part, not the main focus of the story.

The love story wasn’t your quaint, two people meet and fall in love, plot either. They had their one night stand, then John went off and explored his sexuality with others. I think this is much truer to how things play out in real life. It’s rare that you meet someone and instantly decide you want to be with them. I am glad that in the end, they do have their happy ending, but I loved the route that took them there.

If you are a fan of K.A. Mitchell or M/M romance in general, this novel should be on your to-read list. You won’t be disappointed.

Life, Over Easy By K.A. Mitchell

New Edition of Amaranthine: Heart of Decompose

A new edition of my novel Amaranthine: Heart of Decompose, is available today on kindle! Only $0.99! It has a new cover by Eternal Dream Art.

If you’ve purchased the paperback you can have the ebook for free!

Decompose Twilight Books

I have combined my first four novels into one novella containing abridged versions of all four, Decompose Twilight Books. The kindle is available for 99 cents.

The undead are rising… and unicorns are among us.

Earth is much like you know it today, the Plague of Decompose is present but unknown. Mortimer suspects more is going on, possibly alien abductions. The only way for him to uncover the truth is to remember a son he wishes only to forget.

Decompose is free. For the first time in his life, he is free. The plague drives him mad and Dee, soon to be known throughout the galaxy as Decompose, unleashes his plague on his home world, Earth. Those infected turn into raving cannibals—often called zombies.

Discover how Jhon became the cure to the Plague of Decompose is this abridged collection of the four novels covering the initial outbreak of the infection.

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