Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Cornelia Amiri's New Republished Releases

My books use to all be with publishers, but then I went indie. However, I still had books under contract with two publishers. I finally got the rights to the last of those books and I just republished them. I had a novella series with ElloraĆ­s cave that I republished and recently put into a box set with all six books, Dancing Vampires. And I got the rights back to the last of my steampunk books and republished it, Starry Conquest. I then published a box set of all my five Steampunk Books, Cogs and Kismet. And republished my one young adult book, a medieval fantasy romance, Hostage. 

Seven vampiric temptresses dance with seven handsome highlanders. Then they turn on the men.
Sorcha’s six sisters vanish with the light of dawn, leaving her trapped by Ian in the mortal realm.
Murdina, goes hunting for a man, but this time she wants love not blood. She spots Cameron just as a strong wind lifts his kilt. Sorcha takes a good look and decides he's the one.
The same night Sorcha was left behind on earth, Ever danced with Calin. And, he’s fantasized about her ever since. When they meet again he waste no time in claiming and capturing Ever.
Angus was nearly killed by Charlak when she tried to free Sorcha. A year later Angus comes upon Charlak again. Despite the danger, he has to have one waltz with her. In a passionate embrace, Charlak and Angus dance across a field of heather. An insatiable hunger rises in her and it isn't for his blood.
Mordak spots Tor, and wants more from him than his blood. She burns for his touch, but before she can enchant Tor, three Valkyrie land in front of him. Mordak is not about to let the Norse blondes fly off with her man.
Finally, the last two of the dancing vampire sisters, Foomna and Afric, shimmy and strut their way into belly dancing at a Scottish Steampunk Con. It's all sizzle and steam when they get together with a sexy rock guitarist and a hot looking god at the con.

Starry Conquest

In an alternate history of 1610 AD, the King of Spain commissions the creation of giant cannons, fashioned from Leonardo Da Vinci’s design, for the purpose of blowing the island of England to the bottom of the ocean. Since that country separated from papal authority, Spain has the approval of the church to separate England from the rest of Europe. Then, after an interrogation by priests with the inquisition, Galileo sees a faraway dot in the night sky with his new telescope. He shows the pope planet X, an actual New World Spain can claim and all the inhabitants can be converted to Christianity. Also all the gold and riches discovered there will belong to Spain alone. So they find a way to use the cannons to that end instead.
Cogs and Kismet meet in five Steampunk stories of forbidden love so strong it transcends space and time— bringing together star-crossed lovers from regency France to ancient Egypt to Victorian London, to the depths of space, and even the afterlife.
The Brass Octopus
Can a prim librarian make a rogue smile...Can a lovable rogue make a librarian wild?
Librarian, Piety Plunkett is happy alone with her books until transformed by a beautifying machine. Blake enjoys the favors of women but only Piety consumes his mind night and day. If anyone discovers what they are doing in the library after closing time, Piety's reputation will be ruined. Is that Blake' plan?
As Timeless As Stone
Can love transcend time with the aid of robots and magic?
Seshat, an ancient Egyptian Priestess is newly awaken in 19th century Paris, after centuries as a stone statue. Though enchanted by the wondrous inventions of steam-servants and a steam-carriage, she is enthralled by the inventor, Ricard. He ignites her sensual desires and in a steamy night of carnal magic, Seshat transforms Ricard’s life forever. But how far will he go to secure her happiness? Is Ricard’s love for Seshat powerful enough to transcend time?
As Timeless As Magic
Magic, Mayhem, and a Time Machine…Lead to Love.
Heru, an ancient Egyptian, tinkers with a time machine, which sweeps him through the ages to nineteenth century London.
In a bell skirt, Felicity shamelessly straddles her motorized steam bicycle, and rumbles down the streets of London until a tall, dark, and half-naked bystander captures her attention. And, she crashes into a brick wall.
Heru rushes to the aid of the woman riding the noisy brass-horse. Once he lifts her into his arms, he doesn't want to ever let her go.
However, Felicity’s father will stop at nothing to steal the time machine. Can Heru keep Felicity and the time machine safe from the man's black-hearted machinations?
Starry Conquest
Forbidden love...so strong...it spans the universe.
Ana, a milkmaid disguised as a rich widow, boards a rocket to be blasted out of a huge cannon. Her destination is planet X, to start a new life. Sparks fly when Ana finds Ramon, the only man she ever loved and heir of the estate she worked on, is flying to Planet X as well.
As the Spanish governor of Planet X searches for gold, the treasure Ramon seeks is Ana. His conquest is challenging. Though he swears to protect and love her, as a noble he cannot marry a peasant. Ana cannot deny her desire for Ramon but she will not be his mistress.
Will Ramon's conquest of her heart succeed or will Ana make a life alone, amid the wonders of Planet X?
To Love A London Ghost
A Wild Ghost Chase
Queen Victoria orders the premiere phantom hunter, Sexton Dukenfield, to track down England’s missing ghosts. On the job, Sexton stumbles into Ceridwen, a phantom Celtic warrior woman. On a mission through the bustling narrow streets of London, to a dreary match factory, and to the Otherworld and back to stop a genius scientist and his phantasm debilitater machine, the ghost and the ghost hunter also seek the secret …to freeing the boundaries of life and death. Is it possible…or just a wild ghost chase?

An ancient god and a magic sword…can only lead to war or love.
In an age of heroes, Branda avails her power as a Saxon princess to aid a Welsh prince’s escape. In turn, the prince, Blaise, vows to take Branda to Scotland so she can evade an arranged marriage.
Instead, he holds her hostage in the unbreachable hill fort of Dinas Bran.
What dangers await her there?
Does Branda need an escape plan that will catch Blaise off guard?
Or has she already captured his heart?


Tina Donahue said...

Wow, you've been busy, Cornelia! Good for you for repubbing your books. They deserve a wide audience. :)

P.J. MacLayne said...

I love Cornelia's stories. You're right, Tina, they deserve a wide audience.

Cornelia Amiri said...

Thank you, Tina and P J so much for your kind words. I appreciate it.

jean hart stewart said...

I admire you for your courage in tackling the indie world. I've always been too much of a sissy to try. Your books deserve as widespread and audience as they can get. Much success....