Lust: Meet the Authors, Day 4

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It’s time for another volume of Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology! This is Day Four 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:


C.P. Mulé grew up yards from the Delaware River, where Washington crossed the frozen body to defeat the Hessians. Mulé would watch the water meander along, as he dreamt of making his mark on his country, which began so close to home. He has played the part of the fool many times, when he has had the time to step away from the pretty view. He’ll play the part again, no doubt, but so what? For those he has always loved, Mulé has taken off his mask and put on his glasses, with the smell of coffee beans itching his nose. His work has also been published in Seven Deadly Sins: a YA Anthology: Wrath & Avarice. He is honored to appear in the Seven Deadly Sins Anthology again with his third published work Dottie’s Gift.

Twitter: @cpmule





Dottie’s Gift by C. P. Mulé

As Mr. Glover’s grandmother departs for an otherworldly place, she ever so kindly leaves her kin a keepsake in a cryptic ability to read people’s emotions. Not in quite the way one might expect. Travel to Pennsbury High School with Jimmy as he joins forces with friends and family to discover what being human is all about.



Sean O’Brian earns his bread creating educational resources and worksheets for an online publisher. This can be creative and rewarding once all the boxes have been ticked and the various exam boards have had their say. When not hunched over his laptop, Sean loves to explore abandoned mining villages or photograph the sea as it breaks against the Cornish coast.


Stepping Over the Line by Sean O’Brian

Macedon stands at a crossroads between indifferent Greeks to the south and an invincible Persian army approaching from the east. The Persians expect tribute, demanding silver and the wealth of Macedon in exchange for peace. A wise ruler should pay their price, but if they take everything you own, that means you have nothing left to lose. The Persians just stepped over the line.



Yvette O’Kay is a writing goddess that has been creating stories ever since she was a little girl. She is from upstate New York and has been featured in five previous volumes of Seven Deadly Sins: A YA Anthology: Sloth, Envy, Gluttony, Wrath, and Avarice.


The Seventh Life by Yvette O’Kay

The distinction between love and lust can be blurred at times and when that line is blurred, that’s when she comes to claim what she wants. She has existed since the dawn of time and has the patience to obtain what she wants. These humans forget what is lurking in the shadows until it comes for them.



Cherish D. Smith’s twitter bio says that she likes writing feels and swoons of the YA and historical kind. That she’s represented by Elizabeth Bewley of Sterling Lord Literistic and that she should probably be writing. All of that is true, but she is also a huge musical theater fan, a marathon binge-watcher of all things historical, comical, or medical. It leaves out that she’s a dweller of Queens, NY and most importantly that she is thrilled to be a part of the Seven Deadly Sins final anthology.

Twitter: @icherishwriting


Oren by Cherish D. Smith

As a slave, sixteen-year-old Rowena is the property of her young master. A reality she’s accepted, just like she accepts his intentions, until she falls in love with strong, handsome Oren. She may not own her body, but what about her heart?

(Cherish’s story won 3rd place in the writing contest for our Lust Anthology!!)


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  1. January 7, 2019 at 4:56 pm

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