Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Chosen One EBOOK by Abigail McKenley

The Chosen One by Abigail McKenley is now available for download in PDF from and in Kindle format at

Worldly and sophisticated, Rachel Penniston thought she had seen it all. That is, until she entered ‘The Palace’ a club where a sign warns visitors that they must be ‘comfortable with nudity or open sexuality.’

When Clinton Scheff arrived at ‘The Palace’, the last thing he expected to do was find the woman of his dreams.

Rachel is determined to put their encounter behind her. Achieving success has been an uphill struggle, besides should anyone find out, both their jobs and their reputations would be in jeopardy.

Suddenly the calm of their everyday existence is shattered and Rachel and Clint find themselves in a fight to save not only their careers, but their lives.

What they didn’t know is, before that night at ‘The Palace’, Rachel had already been chosen.

"When men began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful and they married any of them they chose."

Genesis 6: 1-2

Praise for 'The Chosen One'

"Abigail McKenley is fresh, hot, and intelligent. Gripping and suspenseful, her debut novel will keep your heart racing and the pages turning to the very end. "
~Jax Cassidy, Author of ART OF SENSUALITY

"Having had the pleasure of reading 'The Chosen One' in its entirety, I can say in all sincerity, Abigail McKenley is a talented fresh new voice in romance."

"With blazing hot characters and an engaging story, Abigail McKenley is definitely one to watch for!"

Saturday, July 25, 2009


I'm thinking about putting something together with Parker author's favorite recipes as something for authors to give away for free to their customers. Anyone interested?

Friday, July 17, 2009

Parker Publishing authors chat today!

Hello. Stopping by to let you know Parker Publishing authors will be chatting today at Brenda Williamson's Group We'll be stopping in and out throughout the day with contests, excerpts, and fun. Hope to see you there!

Monday, July 13, 2009

What I'm doing today.

It appears that what I'm doing today is rewriting this post over and over. Every single time I finish and then delete. Why you ask? Because what I've written so far has turned into nothing but a litany of complaints and who the heck want to hear that?

I don't.

I started off earlier about expectations and doing things becasue of yours and others expectations. Such as this blog that we are faithfully doing each month without any feedback other than from us.

Then I wrote about some of the crazy and nasty emails that writers receive because the readers don't like what the writer has written. I've been interviewing a lot of writers lately and was a bit surprised to hear what kind of things readers have written to writers about.

Then I wrote about how writers have to hold their tongue in the public arena. Naturally this caused me a bit of annoyance. I find that the treat others as you would like to be treated is sometimes going a bit far.

Then I decided to blog about the state of the economy and how it's trickling down to the publishing industry. I deleted that one also.

Now I find half the day is gone and the only thing I can think of to blog about are things that annoy me. So for the sake of all of us I will do this:

I hope all of you enjoy a very good week.


Monday, July 6, 2009


Parker Publishing extends condolences to the families of Farrah Fawcett, Ed McMahan, Karl Malden and Michael Jackson. May you all rest in peace.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy Fourth of July

Every Fourth of July, I try to find the time to watch Independence Day with Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum. The movie has witty dialogue and some great special effects, but it's also a reminder to me that our freedom comes at a cost. Today, please remember our soldiers in foreign conflicts.

Have a great day, eat lots of hot dogs and hamburgers, cole slaw and potato salad. Enjoy.