Monday, September 1, 2014

Exciting news

The works of Hargrove Perth may have found a new home! Details soon to follow!

Monday, June 16, 2014

Dark Days Available for PREORDER!!!!

Dark Days Preorder here!

The long anticipated Dark Days Remy Broulette, First book in the Dark Days Series is now available for preorder.
don't miss this breakthrough novel!

Monday, April 28, 2014

Exciting News on the publishing front

On April 25th, I signed a contract with Ink Smith Publishing to become their newest author. Dark Days Remy Broulette is their latest acquisition and will be published under my pen name of Hargrove Perth. The final cover for the book as well as the manuscript is in their hands with a hopeful release date of August or September. I will keep you posted. I couldn't be happier!

Friday, March 28, 2014

Introducing Matthew 'Chase' Stroud

So I am pretty lucky in the realm of meeting other authors and I have yet (luckily) to meet one I didn't like, who wasn't nice, and who didn't genuinely care about his or her fellow creative creatures. So I like taking the time to introduce new authors I have met on my blog in between talking about my books and what I am doing. So here is a little bit about some new. I hope you enjoy....Candace

Born in Granbury, Texas in 1988, Matthew Chase Stroud was educated there in the public schools. As a boy he connected with the writings of Steinbeck and Faulkner, understanding the importance of rural life. Later, he went on to the University of North Texas to study History and English. During his time as a student he spent his summers working labor jobs across the country with the intention of exploring unfamiliar parts of America’s pastoral landscape. While traveling he began to write about the importance of hard work as well as his thoughts on love, morality, and personal independence. His fascination with the outdoors, the American working class, and the country’s cultural diversity has inspired his unique, yet relatable characters. He currently resides in Tucson, Arizona with his wife. To date, he has written two novels and a collection of short stories on his Olvetti typewriter.

Please stop by his website at

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Titles soon to be available for order at any store

Right now I am revamping some of the titles, tweaking them a bit, and soon they will be uploaded to lulu so the print books can be ordered anywhere. Many of the titles have already been reset on amazon and my books under Hargrove are also up for all ereaders...

Monday, February 17, 2014

Don't Miss Anna Wall's lastest creation....Half Breed

Like most of my completed manuscripts, Half-Breed was initially written before 2008 under a different title and with a completely different plan for its existence. Originally it was planned as one of a collection of three, and then, when the third book was published, they would be offered possibly as a boxed set, but though the world and the history of that world are the same, the location, people, and story are utterly different. The third book is still in the planning for this world, but I’ve learned quite a bit since publishing that first book, and keeping these books as a collection has become less of a consideration.

Half-Breed explores something of genetic engineering. Operating on the idea that our government was trying to create the perfect soldier by combining human and wolf DNA. Their experiments didn’t work because their young soldiers, while physically everything they could hope for, didn’t survive much beyond puberty. The other half of their experiment, those that turned out to be more wolf than human, were discarded as an expected byproduct and kept only for their DNA value. It wasn’t until the world fell apart and the entire complex abandoned, that it was discovered that the two, the hybrid humans and the hybrid byproduct, needed to be together for either of them to operate at their optimum.

With these children’s escape along with their wulfen companions, a new race and a new society was created. Having no social training or exposure outside of the lab, they had nothing but their own instincts to draw upon. But then they came across a little girl, and because she was the daughter of the man who had given his life to see that they were released from their cages, they would do what they could to keep her safe. Her chances were no better than theirs, but it was better than her sitting in the forest alone. Because of her, their life was far less animalistic than it could have been.

Many generations later, a human girl was taken in by the Yellowstone Clan, and like all clan women, she was accorded the right to pick her husband and rule her household. However, she never felt like she belonged, so one day, equipped with all she’d learned, she made it back to her people, only by now she was pregnant, and being a woman alone, if she was to avoid the collar, she needed to do something that would feed her and her baby, and she needed to avoid the slavers. One day, with a child who was starting to resemble his father more than her, her luck ran out, and thus begins this book.