Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Free Teen Fantasy book - perfect for fans of Throne of Glass, Graceling, and The Girl of Fire and Thorns.

From bestselling author Kim Richardson comes a FREE fantasy adventure perfect for fans of Throne of Glass, Graceling, The Girl of Fire and Thorns and The Shannara Chronicles.

IN A LAND WHERE MAGIC IS BANNED and where cruel High priests rule, Elena steals the most valuable jewel in the Empire in the hopes to sell it and start a new life. But she is caught, and the punishment for stealing is death. And yet in that moment she is given a choice—death or to become one of the High priests' champions in The Great Race. 

Elena is catapulted without warning into the bloodiest race in all the realms, forced to compete with a man she hates while she develops a growing passion for another. She struggles to understand her special skills, her mysterious healing powers that she must keep secret. Within a world built on a religious sect and dangerous secrets, she becomes a woman torn between obligation and desire, between a man she supposedly hates and another. 

As Elena comes to terms with her own secret, she discovers the truth behind the race and must stop the ancient, wicked evil that threatens all living things before it's too late. 

Get your FREE copy of STEEL MAIDEN now on

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"Elena is an engaging, well-drawn character…a solid start to a new series…" – Kirkus Reviews

"There's romance, adventure, action and a really neat world that felt cohesive. I think fans of "Throne of Glass" might really enjoy this one..." – The Reader's Hollow

"This story is chock full of adventure, action, and sizzling romance...written with such richness that readers who give it a try will not be disappointed." – Janelle Fila for Readers' Favorite
"Overall this is a strong story for its genre. With a lot of purpose. I can't wait to read book #2 in the series. 5 Boundless stars." – Boundless Book Reviews

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Thursday, December 10, 2015

La Guerrière d’Acier, Les Royaumes Désunis, Tome 1 - est maintenant disponible!

La Guerrière d’Acier, Les Royaumes Désunis, Tome 1- est maintenant disponible sur – et devrait être disponible en quelques heures sur GooglePlay. J'espère que vous allez amé ce nouveau livre autant que j'ai aimé l'écrire. Bonne lecture!

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

GODS and MORTALS: 14 paranormal romance and urban fantasy novels

Fourteen novels with modern humans facing off against heroes, Norse and Greek gods, and monsters of old ... over one million words of divinely (and diabolically) inspired fantasy, adventure, and romance.

Join the freshest voices in urban fantasy and paranormal, New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon bestselling authors, on unique journeys to heaven, hell, and worlds beyond.

Get this heavenly collection of paranormal romance and urban fantasy ... before it's too late!
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Elsker by S. T. Bende
Kristia Tostenson just found out her new boyfriend is the Norse God of Winter, and an immortal assassin destined to die at Ragnarok. Her orderly life just got very messy.
I Bring the Fire (A Loki Story) by C. Gockel
Amy Lewis is being pursued by a very bad wolf. Can Loki God of Chaos and Mischief save her, or even save himself?
Sympathy for the Devil by Christine Pope
When the Devil tires of ruling Hell, his only hope for salvation is to capture the heart of one ordinary young woman.
Dead Radiance by T. G. Ayer
Bryn Halbrook, modern teenager, creature of myth. Dead Radiance makes Norse Myth a contemporary truth, pitting one teenage girl against Trickster gods, and mythical creatures.
The Gatekeeper’s Sons by Eva Pohler
A teen becomes entangled with the Gods of Olympus when one of them falls in love with her. Some give her gifts, others seek to destroy her …
Nolander by Becca Mills
A young woman from small-town Wisconsin discovers that monsters are real — and that she might just be one herself.
Crossroads Saga by Mary Ting
Protecting Claudia from the fallen was half-angel Michael’s duty. Falling in love was never part of the plan.
Twin Souls by DelSheree Gladden
Uriah and Claire didn’t believe in their tribal stories until Claire’s poisoned and those myths spring to life to test their love and unravel destiny.
Blood Debt by Nancy Straight
Camille is denied her father’s identity until her mother’s death. She discovers a family she never dreamed of and a world that should not exist.
The Forgotten Ones by Laura Howard
Can the magical Tuatha de Danaan, the forgotten people of Ireland, help Allison restore her mother’s sanity?
Marked (Soul Guardians Book # 1) Kim Richardson
A sixteen-year-old girl suddenly dies and finds
herself in Horizon as a rookie in the Guardian Angel Legion.
Relentless by Karen Lynch
Sara Grey lives a double life until a fateful encounter with a sadistic vampire and a fearless warrior exposes her powerful gifts and changes the course of her life forever.
Hope(less) by Melissa Haag
The world is on the verge of a Judgment that will change everything, and Gabby, a uniquely gifted human, is the first key.
Runes by Ednah Walters
My new neighbor, Torin St. James, is the key to my father’s disappearance, my mother’s past and the secret they’ve been keeping from me–my destiny.

Sunday, February 15, 2015


Happy to announce my new website, finally!!! It's still a 'work in progress' but at least it's up and running for now. Check it out:

Saturday, September 27, 2014

REAPERS, Soul Guardians Book # 7 - Pre-orders Available

VERY EXCITED to announce the Pre-orders for REAPERS are ready on Amazon/US/UK/CA/AU...

GOOGLEPLAY Pre-orders here: 

Kara has lost her elemental power, and with her guardian angel days behind her, all is back to normal—or so she thought. But when she's injected with a mysterious substance by a shadowy man, she begins to change…but into what?
As Kara deals with the change that brews inside her, a new menace threatens the angels and the mortal world: Reapers. And now back in Horizon, it's up to Kara and her friends to figure out who is powerful enough to control the Reapers and how to stop them.

What's worse, rumors of something far worse than Reapers surface, of beings more sinister and evil. Something that the Legion believed they had banished forever is now resurfacing—creatures rumored to be so powerful they could destroy Horizon forever.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Fury From Hell - Paranormal thriller by Rochelle Campbell

Fury From Hell is a paranormal thriller about good vs. evil.  Here, the good is in the form of Detective Jennifer Holden, a homicide cop that is haunted by her own personal demons of a murder she committed when she was just a teenager.  The trauma she suffered at the hands of social agency after agency hardened Jennifer into a staunch atheist making her gun and her bank account the only things she truly believes in.
We meet Detective Holden, shortly before she begins working on her first solo murder case.  The victim is Kyma Barnes who was brutally raped and killed. As Kyma’s soul leaves her body, a demon being called by a coven of dark witches at nearby Prospect Park, is drawn to the dying woman by her death throes.  Fury Abatu offers to avenge Kyma’s death.  The price?  The  dying woman’s soul.  Kyma gives it gladly to ensure the man who killed her pays dearly.
At the crime scene, Jennifer becomes possessed by Fury Abatu.  Hosts usually die a violent death within weeks of the initial possession.  Detective Holden does not know she is possessed…
With her own demise on the line, Jennifer must fight for her life and her very soul – something she’s not sure she even believes in – to rid herself of the dark force surrounding her and her friends.
Can Jennifer be saved from the demon?  Will she be able to find the faith to believe in something greater than herself and her material things?
Read this first installment of the From Hell series to find out!
Fury From Hell debuts today, Tuesday, September 9th, 2014!  It is available on all e-reader platforms through Amazon.

KR: What an interesting premise.  Can you tell us about your main character?

Well, Detective Jennifer Holden is damaged goods.  She’s moving through life at half-speed because of the trauma in her childhood.  To defend herself, she used excessive force out of sheer adrenaline and caused death.  Taking a life haunts her and that inner pain drives her to become a cop, but a hardened one.  She does not find any solace in anything except the material since all else failed her including her family.

This emotional landscape is the perfect backdrop of what happens next – Detective Holden is possessed by a demon called a Fury which avenges the wrongful death of innocent women.  Altruistic sounding, however it is a demon and it is asking for the victim’s soul.

KR: What first attracted you to the paranormal thriller genre?

I’m not sure what first attracted me because I was a pre-teen when I first was drawn to Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and the like.  I knew I liked books that scared me – but not too much!  I also liked books that had an unearthly element to them.  It always seemed to me that I was in church with one relative or another.  So, having beings that were not visible to the naked eye nearby all the time was not a foreign concept to me.

As I matured, I wanted to branch out into other genres.  I was drawn to Jean M. Auel’s Earth’s Children series (Clan of the Cave Bear was the first in that series) and science fiction.  I read the classics: The Count of Monte Cristo, Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, Black Beauty, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.  Then, I ventured out into the romance genre and burned through a Harlequin romance novel every other day.  After all of this, I swung back and read (and re-read) Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land and realized I had found what I truly loved – sci fi mixed with the paranormal and a splash of horror mixed in!  Oh – Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Witch Hill and Sharon Green’s Warrior series also stand out.

KR: Over the years, with all of these writers and genres floating around in your mind, have you ever experienced writer’s block? If so, what do you do about it?

I guess I have.  But I now understand that it probably was not what is commonly referred to as writer’s block.  Instead, I think I would cal it a period of refocusing and re-energizing.  There was a period of almost exactly 10 years when I did not write one new story, poem, or novel.  It was a ‘dead’ period.  I used that time to gain a better understanding of myself, the world, learning the ways of humans and that there was true evil in the world.

Now, I see stories everywhere I go.  I have too many stories and not enough time!

KR: Did writing this new book teach you anything and what was it?

Fury From Hell taught me that I have to trust myself and my Muse.  That if I take the brave step of putting one foot in front of the other and not flinching when I step into the unknown that it is okay.  Writing is a process; not a problem is now my motto when it comes to all things writerly.

KR: How, if at all, has your upbringing influenced your writing?

Hmmm.  What a great question!  Off the top, I would say that my upbringing has absolutely nothing to do with my writing.  My family did read much else other than the Bible and Danielle Steele novels (and Laura Goodman’s Zodiac signs!).  However, I was encouraged to read, read and read some more.  My aunt was a librarian which provided me access to millions of books.  I read so many books I’ve forgotten what I read!

However, that reading legacy was my childhood and an essential part of my upbringing.  Sneaking and reading books that would cause a ruckus in the household became a fun pastime for me.  Hence, book about witchcraft, demons, fantasies, goblins and that whole realm opened up a new vista of teenage rebellion and became the foundation for my love of the paranormal genre.

KR: Where can readers find you?

Twitter: @NoteBkBlogairy

KR: Where can readers purchase Fury From Hell?

Hmm…what’s the new demon going to be like in Book 2: Demon From Hell