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Q&A With Isabella on Twitter @AlchemicalSpy #ath1

If you’ve read my Isabella Joins Polyvore post, then you’d know that I’m a fan of fictional characters having social media accounts–because, you know, I already imagine them as friends in my head and it’s just cool πŸ™‚ I thought it’d be fun for Isabella to venture into the world of Twitter, and not only that, but interact with you …

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Heroines Tour Author Interview: @FranceneStanley #ATH1

I caught up with fellow Addicted to Heroines Blog Tour author, Francene Stanley, who has released the second book in her Moonstone Series: Tidal Surge. We continue Liliha’s story, where her gift of an enchanted moonstone ring starts to take a rather dark turn. Check out what Ms. Stanley has to share about the series, and what her idea of …

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I’m Addicted to Heroines!

Whether she’s the crime solver, mom, vampire slayer, mystic or intellectual, what makes the heroine of a story so awesome is the fact that a reader like myself can relate to her and admire her strengths. Hopefully, as a writer, I can also communicate that through my own stories, and so that’s why I joined up with three other amazing …

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Sleepy Hollow: Help! Woke Up This Morning Possessed

Okay, never mind the tongue-in-cheek tone of the title, because I really enjoyed this week’s episode. Oh yeah, I’m a Sleepyhead πŸ™‚ However, I couldn’t help but notice a piece of the show’s mytho-demonology (made that word up) that irked me the same way I’ve been irked with Supernatural‘s. Why is there a demon (or demons) running around who can …

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Book Review: Made To Forget by @SamLaFantasie

It’s the 2400’s AD–and we still have issues, y’all. Despite the revelation of a benevolent alien race known as the Nepherium, half of humanity end up rejecting their friendship and knowledge, including the Nepherium’s warning of a sinister brother race, the Aagrarians. The tension and drama that hence plays out centers on our heroine, Elsa, who wakes up in a …

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The Heroines Are Back!

Happy New Year, everyone! 2013 was an exciting year for me. I was able to finish the last book of The Gray Tower Trilogy, start working on a short story for an anthology, and on December 18th we welcomed the newest member of our family (a ridiculously adorable baby boy). 2014 will be amazing. I’m planning onΒ  completing Don’t Get …

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Book Review: Young Warlock by @MathewBridle

A trespass against divine mandate since the beginning of time, the lure of a tempestuous power, and a fantastical world filled with men and mythical creatures. This is the backdrop of Mathew Bridle’s YA Fantasy, Young Warlock. The young Dekor is a talented mage, taken under the wing of the great Magnus–however that doesn’t stop him from the seduction of …

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Author Interview: The Sum of Our Gods by @teachergorman

I recently caught up with author Benjamin Gorman, who recently released his book, The Sum of Our Gods. Check out the interview and deets below! Author Interview Please tell me about your current release. What inspired you to write it? The novel (The Sum of Our Gods) is about a guy who has been cursed to have coffee with God …

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Flying Book Tour: The Griffin’s Boy by @tinksaid

I’ve got the goods on another book tour and fun giveaway by none other than fantasy author Julia Hughes. If you haven’t started her book, The Griffin Cryer, do it NOW πŸ™‚ I’ve already read and reviewed it a while back, and gave it a 5 out of 5 (it’s that good, y’all!). Please welcome Julia as she shares about …

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Book Review: An Unproductive Woman by @khaalidah

Who couldn’t use a good read and an extra gift card this month? My friend and fellow author, Khaalidah, is hosting a giveaway where not only do you get a free download of her book, An Unproductive Woman, but also the chance to win an Amazon gift card! I’ve had the pleasure of reading An Unproductive Woman back in November …