Cover Reveal: Anastasia, The Dregg Chronicles Part 1

I’m proud to reveal the cover for Best Selling Author Dawn White’s new zombie short story series: Anastasia (The Dregg Chronicles Part 1).

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Anastasia’s entire family had been killed by something quite un-natural. She has her own obstacles to face lets follow the journey to see what happens with Anastasia and The Dregg Chronicles.

COMING SOON!!!

DAWN WHITE

Cover Design by Nevermore PR ‘s Brandy Dull

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The H.E.A.R.T. Saga~ by Linna Drehmel

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I’m honored to be a stop on thr H.E.A.R.T. Saga Tour. Today I am able to give you a look at three books by Linna Drehmel. I would first like to introduce you to her.

drehmel.linna.jpgLinna Drehmel was born at the Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho in 1973 and grew up surrounded by military. Her father served for 22 years in the Air Force, her mother was a military police officer in the Marines, and her older brother served for 10 years in the Navy. She draws inspiration from her family’s many years of proud service in the military. She has spent much of her life studying anthropology and has a particular fondness for archaeology. She loves to find ways to intertwine anthropological and archaeological themes into her writing. She also has a strong understanding of what the reader likes, as she herself is an avid reader.

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BLURB:H.E.A.R.T. Saga The Children

DraDonna is the first person in more than 500 years to be born with copper colored hair on a planet that thrives on perfection. The people on this immaculate little world worship ‘The HEART’ which is a female intelligence that utterly controls the lives and minds of all of her children by supplying them with and addictive energy force that her children can channel into their bodies and use in their daily lives.

The HEART loses control over her children when DraDonna begins to have forbidden dreams that lead this young woman and her devoted husband DraDevon to discover the truth about their world and the HEART’s dark secret.

Or…

 

 

A seemingly perfect little world where all worship the HEART of the planet.

But all is not well with the HEART’s children.

The copper haired outcast DraDonna has forbidden dreams of change.

To save her world, she must risk all.

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“Book two of The H.E.A.R.T. Saga: The Choice…                                               A powerful leader who would risk everything…
The best friend who will not give in…
The people who stand against an ancient tyrannical evil. The adventure continues!”- Goodreads

 

 

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BOOK THREE

Are leaders of a world allowed to commit little sins?
But what kind of a sin is a little sin?
Teenaged antics, a forbidden kiss, or a forbidden love?
And can their God forgive Little Sins?- Goodreads

 

Linna Drehmel links

MY BOOKS:

http://www.amazon.com/H-E-A-R-T-Saga-The-Children-ebook/dp/B007L7WIDM/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1331970517&sr=1-1

DARK  LIGHT

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PUBLISHER WEBSITE:

http://www.crushingheartsandblackbutterfly.com/

 

 

Facebook:

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Twitter:

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Double Caching Out Tour: Review & #Giveaway

Today I bring you TWO reviews on books from ONE great author, Morgan C. Talbot! First, I’ll review First to Find (Caching Out, #1), followed by Death Will Attend (Caching Out #2).  Talbot’s series is based on Geocaching. I have never heard about geocaching, until now, and it’s seems fairly interesting. For those of you who don’t know what geocaching is, I’ll do my best to explain it. Quite simply, it is a search game in which GPS coordinates are posted on the internet. You follow those coordinates to find a particular object.

firsttofindMargarita Williams escaped death at a young age, but its shadow has followed her all her life. Now, amidst the chaos of a new Australian roommate and mysterious, menacing neighbors, Death has set the puzzlemaker a puzzle of her own. Someone is killing her fellow geocachers, one by one.

Supersmeller Bindi Ryan left Australia to marry a man who abandoned her the minute her plane landed in Oregon. When thieves steal a local sculpture and a teenage friend is blamed, Bindi and her nose must prove him innocent and find the real culprits. But are she and Margarita working on two mysteries, or one?

If they can’t solve the final puzzle, the killer will strike one final, deadly blow. -Goodreads

REVIEW

First we meet Margarita. She is a veteran geocacher. Her roommate, Bindi, is from Australia, recently dumped by her fiancé. Life seems to be going fine until murders and a theft occur. Margarita becomes entwined into investigations of fellow geocachers that end up dead. She is determined to find out the mystery behind why these are occurring.

Bindi has a mystery of her own when a local statue is stolen from a public park and she sets out to figure out who took it. Both cases come together when Margarita finally figures out who the geocacher murderer is and the suspect, corners Bindi inside their home looking for a TB, or Travel Bug.

I loved the characters throughout this book. Each person had a unique role and a few led you to believe that he/she could be the suspect. The plot was well planned out and flowed beautifully from start to finish.

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Three months after catching a killer, Margarita escapes to a historic hotel with Drew and Bindi for a Valentine’s weekend of geocaching. But during the love-themed costume ball, the CEO of a satellite navigation company keels over—and then his body vanishes.

As the weekend progresses, Margarita discovers threatening messages in the logbooks of local geocaches. Her attempts to unmask the blackmailer are thwarted by the last person she would have expected.

With a stubborn sheriff on the case, Margarita and Bindi must take matters into their own hands. But whether they’re chasing one killer or two, they have a problem: all their suspects seem to have solid alibis.

Between misunderstandings, outright lies, old secrets, and more than one corpse, it’s not Love in the air anymore. It’s Death.- Goodreads

REVIEW

This second book in the series was just as good, if not better, than the first. We meet up with Margarita, Bindi and Drew at a weekend getaway for cachers. It starts out with a costume party. Death isn’t far behind. Between mysterious accidents and a missing body, I was kept on my toes. The new characters brought into this story were a great fit. Much like the first book, I felt like I was going along the adventures with everyone. Talbot has a knack for giving great detail to each personality and location she writes about.

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First to Find:

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Death Will Attend:

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Her Sweetest Downfall: A Guest Post from Rebecca Hamilton

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Rebecca Hamilton has become one of my top ten Indie authors with her debut novel The Forever Girl. In it, we were introduced to Sophia. Along the way Sophia found out about her family secret. Rebecca’s second book, Her Sweetest Downfall, was her follow up novella.

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Ophelia’s been successful at hiding her true identity, until the mark of the serpent appears on her neck—a death sentence, should it be seen by anyone in her town. Hiding the mark might save her from falling victim to the witch hunts of her era, but the scorching sensation it carries can’t be ignored.

When the mysterious Ethan is sent to collect her for a life of something more, she learns concealing the mark is the least of her worries. She’s destined to don a new mask—to join a dark, supernatural world and protect the future of people she may never meet.

What she doesn’t know—what she learns too late—is that her initiation won’t be complete until she kills the man she loves.

Set in an alternate Regency England, “”Her Sweetest Downfall”” is a standalone novella in the “”Forever Girl”” series, written as a gift to fans of the Forever Girl series.

HER SWEETEST DOWNFALL will appeal to lovers of paranormal romance, fantasy, and vampire fiction.

My Review:

This was a great, fast read. I loved how the different worlds collided. It gave you a little better understanding of Sophia’s world. This could be considered a prequel to The Forever Girl, as Ophelia is Sophia’s ancestor whom was burned as a witch many years ago during the witch trials. While it’s not a lengthy novel, this is a great stand alone novella. One doesn’t have to have read The Forever Girl to get a glimpse of what the story line is about.

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My Favorite Books of ALL Time!

I wanted to talk a bit about my favorite books. Like, EVER. Because these are the books that are so awesome, it makes me wonder why I bother writing at all and at the same time challenges me to improve as a writer.

Virgin

The Virgin of Small Plains by Nancy Pickard

In the midst of a deadly blizzard, eighteen-year-old Rex Shellenberger scours his father’s pasture, looking for helpless newborn calves. Then he makes a shocking discovery: the naked, frozen body of a teenage girl, her skin as white as the snow around her. Even dead, she is the most beautiful girl he’s ever seen. It is a moment that will forever change his life and the lives of everyone around him.

What I love about this book: This is one of my favorite mysteries. The way Pickard switches back and forth between then and now works to build suspense and mystery! And the paranormal aspects gave the story a nice touch!

 

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After the Fear by Rosanne Rivers

In Sola’s city, everyone obeys the rules. Stay away from the trigger cameras and regularly update your Debtbook, and you just might survive. But having to watch the way criminals are dealt with—murdered by Demonstrators in the Stadium—is a law Sola tries to avoid. When a charming Demonstrator kisses her at a party, however, she’s thrust into the Stadium and forced into the very role she despises. 

What I love about this book: More like what DON’T I love about this book. There’s a reason I published it and can’t stop recommending it. I haven’t been this addicted to a book in YEARS. I couldn’t put it down, and I didn’t want it to end! I’m DYING for the sequel. I loved the plot, the characters, everything about it.

 

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Love Walked In by Marisa de los Santos

When Martin Grace enters the hip Philadelphia coffee shop Cornelia Brown manages, her life changes forever. But little does she know that her newfound love is only the harbinger of greater changes to come. Meanwhile, across town, Clare Hobbs—eleven years old and abandoned by her erratic mother—goes looking for her lost father. She crosses paths with Cornelia while meeting with him at the café, and the two women form an improbable friendship that carries them through the unpredictable currents of love and life.

What I loved about this: The whimsical writing style had me smiling throughout, the descriptions had me in awe, and the characters had me in tears. I love a book that can make me laugh and make me cry and leave me mystified by the writing. This book did it all.

 

More of my Favorite Books

Girl Over the Edge by Amy Kinzer

Promise Not To Tell by Jennifer McMahon

Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum

The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry

The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

The Scent of Rain and Lightning by Nancy Pickard

The Kindness of Strangers by Katrina Kittle

 

So there you have it, 10 of my favorite books of all time! I hope you can share my enjoyment of some of these books. If you’ve read any of them before or think any of them look interesting, I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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Rebecca Hamilton writes Paranormal Fantasy, Horror, and Literary Fiction. She lives in Florida with her husband and three kids, along with multiple writing personalities that range from morbid to literary. Having a child diagnosed with autism has inspired her to illuminate the world through the eyes of characters who see things differently

 

 

 

 

Blog Tour Scheulde

March 4th

Pure Textuality

Toot’s Book Reviews

March 5th

Urban Fantasy Investigations

Miss Fictional’s World of YA Books

March 6th

Romancebookworm’s Reviews

Once Upon a Time

March 7th

Stuck On Reading

We Fancy Books

March 8th

Scandalicious Book Reviews

Reading and Random

March 9th

Pezz Rambles

Paranormal Cravings

March 10th

Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance

Tana Rae Reads

March 11th

Night Owl Reviews

Urban Girl Reader

March 12th

Ethereal Book Reviews

Paranormal Goddess Book Blog

March 13th

Paulette’s Papers

Digesting the Words

March 14th

Romancing the Reader

Bookish Things & More

March 15th

From the Shadows

The Book Cafe

March 16th

Sizzling Hot Books

Beth Allen Book Reviews

March 17th

Romancing the Dark Side

The Reading Cafe

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Infernal Machines Blog Tour~ Guest Post by Will Millar

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Hey y’all. I wanted to take a moment and just say thanks for letting me come by today. My name is Will Millar, and I’m the guy who wrote Infernal Machines. A lot of people who read my stuff end up asking me why I write Horror. It’s a question that’s asked of Horror writers more than most genres, when you run into somebody who pens, let’s say Westerns, or Sci-Fi the question is usually “Where do you get your ideas?”

But for Horror it’s more often than not the Why, rather than the How. I think a lot of the time this question is a politely worded variation on What the hell is wrong with your brain? While I can’t answer for other writers, the answer in my case is: I don’t know, but this might have something to do with it…

Meet Will MillarWhen I was a kid, on holidays my Mom and Dad would pack me and my little brother into their 1983 Buick Roadmaster station wagon — you’re probably imagining one with wood paneling and that weird roof rack thingie that served no ostensible purpose whatsoever, and you’re totally right — and drive us the 7 or so hours from Long island to New Rochelle to our Aunt Abbey’s house. I say house, but manse is probably closer to it. It was one of these sprawling 200 year old numbers with a basement that looked like a set piece straight out of one of the Saw flicks.

No matter which holiday it was there would be several traditions we would perform each time we went. For example, the dinner served was always turkey, no matter what. Easter — turkey. Christmas — turkey. Thanksgiving — well, you get the picture. A lot of families get together and gossip about each other, and I guess we were no different, but I’ve noticed looking back it wasn’t quite gossiping so much as it was story-telling. The difference may be marginal, or a matter of semantics, but here it is, anyway:

The stories were usually the same, and they involved the people who were already there, usually they were the butt of some joke or other due to either too much alcohol, or having had some sort of emotional outburst, and the stories got better the more times they were told due to various embellishments or tweaks, which I now think of as “edits”. Whoever told each story over and over had a way of refining them over the years until they had the oratory command of a field general and the timing of a stand-up comic.

Of all the story-tellers in my family, the most gifted was my Uncle Robert. He was also the one who got me to love Horror without ever once taking me to a movie or even telling me a ghost story, that I can remember.

There’s other stuff, too — if I’m going to look back and try to find whatever drove me into my life’s work, I’ve got to be at least somewhat fair about it. I saw Salem’s Lot when I was 5 years old, and to say that it had an effect on me is like saying Georgia O’ Keefe might have had an interest in flowers that looked kind of like vaginas. I used to tape crucifixes to my windows and sleep with a stuffed snake wrapped around my neck as some sort of fang shield. I broke into abandoned buildings in my neighborhood and searched for “Evidence of the Paranormal”. (What that evidence might have looked like, who’s to say, but I always envisioned some crudely spray-painted message, like: “Vampyres Here!” with a downward slanting arrow pointing to an otherwise hidden root cellar.)

I watched movies like Dawn of the Dead, Friday the 13th, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre when I was probably way too young to process them in a healthy way, but I loved every minute of them. I dug the classics, too — everything from the 1950’s BEM movies like This Island Earth and The Angry Red Planet to the Atomic Age cautionary tales like Them. I watched the Howard Hawkes version of The Thing at least a dozen times before John Carpenter’s masterful remake even existed. I dug, even at a young age, the moody surreal tension in Fritz Lang’s M, and don’t even get me started on the Universal Pictures classics like Dracula, Frankenstein, or The Creature from the Black Lagoon.

You’ll notice I’m just talking about movies here, and not books. That’s because I saw all this crazy shit when I was maybe 6 or 7 years old. Which leads us to the question why would I have started watching horror flicks — at least that many horror flicks — when I was that young? Again, we’ve got to go back to my Uncle Robert, and that fucking basement.

Man, I loved that guy. He passed away about 3 days before my 22nd birthday. I was still in the Marine Corps at the time, and I didn’t hear about it until the whole thing was over and he was buried. I never got a chance to tell him how much he meant to me…

The basement was scary enough without any of his help. The house was built on a tract of land right next to a power plant, and there was a rail station less than a quarter mile away, so it always seemed like that basement was breathing. There was a central hallway painted an institutional green with crimson trim, and it hadn’t been cleaned up since god only knows when. The house itself had been built some time at the turn of the 20th Century. There may have been 6 rooms, or 8 — three or four on either side of the Hallway from Hell. To my 4 year-old eyes, it looked about as long as a fucking football field.

This was the other holiday tradition — exploring Aunt Abbey’s basement — it was like a rite of passage for us kids to go down there, usually at some fabricated request the first few times and then as we got older, just because.

The bloody axe is the one that I remember, even if it was the tamest by later standards. This was when we were still so young that Uncle Robert had to escort us down there. I don’t know how much time he spent thinking up new ways to scare the shit out of us, and maybe the axe was the 1st stunt he ever pulled. I don’t remember a single thing I got for Christmas when I was that young the way I remember that axe.

Robert was leading us — me, my little brother and my cousin Michael — down Bram Stoker’s favorite hallway, opening up each doorway like one of those chicks on The Price is Right, saying in a low, sing-song voice “Nope, it’s not he-ere…”

Each room proved to be empty until the very last one, and I saw that axe. Laying in a single strip of muted lamplight, covered in blood, Uncle Robert screaming at all of us “Run!!!” and I don’t even think my feet hit a single step on the way back up the stairs, I swear all of us kids fucking levitated our way out of the basement by sheer force of will only to see our parents actually chuckling at our expense in the living room.

A few minutes later, Robert calmed down our hysterics by showing us the ketchup bottle, and my Mom and Dad confirming that it was in fact, a prank. Okay, so you might be thinking that’s kind of a fucked up prank to pull on a bunch of kids, but from then on every time we went to Aunt Abbey’s house the trip to the basement was as integral a part of the whole thing as the turkey dinner.

The reason I write the stories I do is because my family taught me that, sometimes, love means scaring the shit out of little kids and then having a good laugh about it afterwards.

 

Infernal Machines

Infernal Machines Book CoverPaulie and Stoner aren’t bad seeds; they’re just a little too smart for their own good. They stole their first car in kindergarten, and as for the homemade rocket launcher in Stoner’s garage … well, it’s best just not to ask.

With 9th grade just around the corner, Paulie and Stoner find themselves on the wrong side of some real bad kids, an older band of white supremacists that go by the name of “Twisted Cross.” When a rumble at a high school keg party turns fatal, it sets off a chain of events that test the limits of Paulie and Stoner’s friendship, and their very sanity.

Welcome to Chapel Harbor, a town where everybody buries their secrets deep, and nobody is quite who they seem. A town where the ghost of a serial killer known as The Junkman is rumored to stalk the woods at night, and where an unassuming magic shop and its mysterious proprietor, Arthur Cardiff, may possess the key to an ancient and terrible evil.

Packed with hairpin turns and twists that will keep you guessing until the very last page, Infernal Machines is a blood drenched, adrenaline fueled, roller-coaster of a horror story that’s at once a paean to the Pulp Horror classics of the early 80’s and a meditation on the enduring power of friendship.

Available Now:

Amazon: US | UK | Canada | France | Germany | Italy | Japan | Spain

Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Apple | Paperback

About Will Millar

Meet Will MillarWill Millar was raised in Commack, a quiet and unassuming town close to the northern shore of Long Island. As a kid, his primary passions were horror and hell-raising. As he tended to cultivate the latter to a greater extent than the former, by the time he was 17 years old, the whole town decided they’d had quite enough of his antics, and would he please just take his act on the road, thank you very much.

He enlisted in the Marine Corps, where his penchant for fire, explosions and general mayhem were tolerated, if not somewhat approved. At this point, Will also discovered the writers of the Beat Generation and began to write more consistently, submitting his less profane poems to underground ‘zines and belting out the more terrible stuff to unsuspecting audiences at various open mike nights throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Throughout the last 15 years, Will has worked as a writer in various mediums, though horror continues to remain his favorite. He sometimes contributes articles to Cracked.com, and his short stories are available in several different anthologies. Infernal Machines is his first novel.

At the present, Will lives in Phoenix AZ. He is a father of four, owns two dogs and has a wonderfully understanding girlfriend, all of whom somehow manage to put up with all of his crap.

Connect with Will Millar

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Never Forget Blog Tour & Giveaway

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Emma Hart makes a stop today to share her book Never Forget. There’s a chance this book may be picked up by a publishing agency, but Emma couldn’t WAIT to share her book with you. I’m honored to be part of this tour! Please take time to visit other stops along this tour and show Emma Hart some love! Also, be sure to click on the Rafflecopter link to enter her giveaway for a signed copy, swag and and e-copy of Never Forget.

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A city girl.

A small town boy.

A summer they’ll never forget.

Spending the summer at her Grammy’s in Lilac Bay, Devon, is city girl Alexis ‘Lexy’ Edwards idea of hell. That is, until she reconnects with her childhood friend, Jen, and meets Alec Johnson.

Alec is the kind of guy Lexy knows she needs to stay away from. He’s the village flirt, ridiculously hot and very dangerous to her self control. But there’s a problem – she can’t seem to keep him out, even though she knows he’ll break her heart.

As Alec slowly strips away Lexy’s defences and the two embark on a summer romance she never wanted, their feelings grow to more than either expected. But nothing lasts forever, and reality intrudes.

As her world is shaken to it’s core, Lexy’s self made prediction comes true when she discovers she’s spent six weeks surrounded by secrets. Kept out by her family and the only guy she’s ever trusted, she falls apart.

And when Grammy tells her that ‘you might not end up where you wanted to be, but you’ll always end up where you’re meant to be,’ she has to figure out if her meant to be is back home in London, or if it’s been in Devon the whole time.

Enter for your chance to win a signed copy, swag AND an e-copy of Never Forget!

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emmahartAuthor Bio:

By day, Emma Hart dons a cape and calls herself Super Mum to a terrible two year old. By night, she drops the cape, pours a glass of wine and writes books.

She likes to write about magic, kisses and whatever else she can fit into the story. Sarcastic, witty characters are a must. As are hot guys. She has two new series planned as well as her New Adult Romance, Never Forget, due February 2013. She likes to be busy – unless busy involves doing the dishes.
Her debut YA series, The Mauve Legacy, is an Apple iBooks Bestseller – and this makes Emma excited.

Where to stalk: (they’re all links)

Smashwords Profile Page 

Amazon Author Page

Goodreads

Facebook Fan Page

Blog

Twitter : @EmmaHartAuthor

Never Forget Blog Tour Feb. 22- Mar. 8

February 22 – kick off blog tour

Emma http://emmahart93.blogspot.com/

Crazy Book Chicks http://crazybookchicksafterdark.blogspot.com/ Alec Interview

February 23

Michelle Nicole www.authormichellenicole.blogspot.com release partay

Momo- http://booksoverboys.blogspot.com Guest post, promotional stop

February 24

Jodie O’Brien http://fabfuntantalizingreads.wordpress.com www.facebook.com/YaTeenReaders Author Interview/Review

February 25

 Traci Http://thereadinggeek.blogspot.com  Review

Ava Smith Avasmith.org author interview

February 26

Maghon Thomas http://magluvsya03.wordpress.com Author interview, review, guest post, giveaway

                    Danielle http://www.daniellesibarium.com/blog Alec Excerpt

February 27

Kristen PenandMuse.com review/ character interview

Tobi Helton- http://forgetthehouseworkimreading.blogspot.com Review/Guest Post

February 28

Tess Watson http://tessmw.blogspot.com/ Author Interview/ Review

Cylithria Dubois http://cylithria.me Author Interview

March 1

Priya – http://priyakanaparti.com/ (guest post)

Jolie Hudson http://joliehudson.wordpress.com/ Review, Carl Interview

March 2

Doodle- http://doodlesbookblog.blogspot.com Review, Author This or That Interview

Carly Jayne http://ramblingsofalogophile.blogspot.co.uk/  author interview

Brittany www.brittanyblabsbooks.blogspot.com Review

March 3

Michele supagurlbooks.blogspot.com interview with Jen

March 4

Rachel Walter http://rachelwalterauthor.blogspot.com/ Bing Interview

March 5

 Pereza Mulanax-Thompson pezzrambles.wordpress.com (Promotional)

Jessica Watterson www.bendthebind.blogspot.com (Review)

March 6

Desi http://fantasyinyourmind.blogspot.com/ Lexi Interview

Michelle Muto http://michellemuto.wordpress.com/ promo stop

March 7

 Christianna Marks http://thewhiteunicornfiction.blogspot.com/  review + character interview

March 8 –last day

Emma http://emmahart93.blogspot.com/

 http://crazybookchicksafterdark.blogspot.com/

Lizzy Ford’s “Dark Summer” re-Release

 

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Lizzy Ford announced the re- release of “Dark Summer” (#1, Witchling Series), her groundbreaking debut young adult paranormal romance, now available from Amazon, Amazon UK and Barnes and Noble. Originally released in August 2012, “Dark Summer” soared to the top of the Amazon charts this winter. Evatopia Entertainment recently optioned the publishing and TV/multimedia rights and worked with Lizzy to revise and add depth to the first two books in the series.
The revised version includes the integrated novelette (“Summer Night”) in addition to new scenes that add deeper insight into the boarding school and characters. Lizzy estimates about 40% was added to the book to provide depth to the fascinating world of the Witchlings.
Lizzy has extended an offer of providing free review copies to anyone who is able to leave a review on Amazon. If interested, please fill out the form at this URL with your email address! [URL: http://eepurl.com/v7xUL]

Dark Summer (#1, Witchling Series)

A school for Witchlings…
The ultimate choice between Light and Dark… Where the price of a mistake…is your soul.
Sixteen-year-old Summer doesn’t expect her new boarding school to be any different than the rest: a temporary stay, until her uncontrollable magic gets her thrown out again. In her mind, there’s no point in getting too friendly with anyone. That is, until she notices Decker, the boy who will become the Master of Night and Fire on his eighteenth birthday.
When she learns that this special school has attracted others with magic in their blood, she is hopeful that this time around, things may be different. Besides, she can’t deny her interest in Decker, and when he rescues her one night from the dark forests of the Rocky Mountains, their connection is instant.
Yet a relationship with Decker may prove to be Summer’s downfall, forcing her to choose between Light and Dark, life and death, love – and their souls.
One choice. One soul. One price.
Available from Amazon, Amazon UK and Barnes and Noble

About Lizzy

Lizzy Ford is the author of over seventeen novels written for young adult and adult paranormal romance readers, to include the internationally bestselling “Rhyn Trilogy,” “Witchling Series” and the “War of Gods” series. Considered a freak of nature by her peers for the ability to write and release a commercial quality novel in under a month, Lizzy has focused on keeping her readers happy by producing brilliant, gritty romances that remind people why true love is a trial worth enduring.
Lizzy’s books can be found on every major ereader library, to include: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, Kobo, Sony and Smashwords. She lives in southern Arizona with her husband, three dogs and a cat.
Connect with Lizzy: Website, Lizzy Ford Books on Facebook, Twitter, Googl e+, Goodreads, Amazon author page