Lust: Meet the Authors, Day 3

Yesterday, I asked what Lust means to you. Have you had an epiphany yet? It’s always good to take time to reflect–to meditate–on who you are. Open your eyes to your inner self. Discovery is good for the soul.

But it’s not so much what you discover that defines you, as what you do with that knowledge.

It’s time for another volume of Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology! This is Day Three of our traditional introduction to the authors and their stories.

The release date for the seventh volume, Lust, is January 9, 2019!

Soon, you can pre-order the eBook on Amazon and order a print copy after the release. Please consider posting a review on Amazon or Goodreads.


Introducing the next four authors of Lust and their story blurbs:


Sara Hills writes fiction for both teens and adults. She grew up in southern Arizona, dancing in the monsoon rains and making jam out of cactus fruits, before moving to several US states and Switzerland. Sara currently lives in the heart of England with her family, cursing the unbidden rain and growing cacti in her conservatory. When she’s not teaching or knitting woolen body armor, Sara can be found chasing down her dreams and her giant goldendoodle puppy.

Twitter: @sarahillswrites



Seven Minutes by Sara Hills

Sixteen-year-old Dallas Jones has never been kissed. When the other teen counselors vote to break curfew and play Seven Minutes in Heaven, Dallas is pressured to join in. But what will happen when the boy finds out he’s stuck in a dark closet with the fattest girl at summer camp?

(Sara’s story won 2nd place in the writing contest for our Lust Anthology!!)


Sonora Hills is a writer and scientist living in the North of England. Having spent her life travelling through space with a total of three countries and seventeen houses under her belt, she also travels through time with a stack of manuscripts spanning from medieval fantasy to futuristic dystopian. When not writing novels or dreaming of getting one published, Sonora likes to make things, cuddle animals, climb trees, sing, and run behavioural experiments on her fish.

Twitter: @Sonora_Hills



Fire and Starlight Girl by Sonora Hills

Sixteen-year-old Cassie has been best friends with Ella forever. On a beach holiday with Ella’s family, the girls plan on exploring, swimming and watching the sunset over the ocean. It’s a perfect summer until Cassie realizes she has feelings for Ella. They’ve always been able to tell each other everything, but is it worth sharing this time if it means she could lose Ella completely?



Chris Kennedy writes for fun and enjoys twisting history into parables. His family tells him he’s a compulsive liar because he likes to make things up. He spends his days working for a modern communications company and his evenings looking ahead to the day when he can pack it in and focus on his research, making up more lies and yet more stories for this excellent series.


I Can Do This All Day by Chris Kennedy

What happens when the smartest kid in school wants to impress his dream girl and she doesn’t even know he exists? Frank has enough trouble telling fantasy from illusion. He thinks he’s living the dream, going all out to win over the gorgeous Ana—even if it’s the last thing he ever does!



Tonia Markou is a Greek-German writer and teacher based in Germany. Refusing to grow up, she enjoys getting lost in writing and reading fiction for young adults. Her short stories have appeared in Flash and the Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology: Envy, Gluttony, Wrath and Avarice. When she’s not traveling or getting into her characters‘ heads, she collects Converse, stationery, mugs, and pajamas—not necessarily in that order.


Twitter: @toniawrites


Nuitmayer by Tonia Markou

Nathaniel finds out that his late grandfather had a big secret, one Nathaniel himself now has to guard if he wants to be next in line as a Nuitmayer, a hunter of the supernatural. Will the mysterious and handsome Adriel help him cope with his new role or is he more interested in tasting Nathaniel’s blood?


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