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Feature Friday: Boreal and John Grey

Today’s feature is the deliciously dangerous urban fantasy by Chrystalla Thoma–Boreal and John Grey. I’m loving the twist this story has on elves, and the first book of this series is free. Load it onto your Kindle and check it out! Genre Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance Book Description Centuries ago, they nearly conquered humankind. But their Gate to our world …

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Product Review: Grammarly

As a mom of four, writing my novels during the day isn’t always going to happen. I can sneak in a few paragraphs here and there, but I’ll be honest and tell you that the bulk of my writing happens at night. And, we all know what happens when you’re typing away at 11pm and your eyelids grow heavy–typos! Proofreading …

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Cover Reveal: The King’s Ransom

When those you have loved and lived for betray you, how do you go on? Book Two of “The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam” finds Robin, the hero of “The Lost King,” at sea both literally and figuratively. At first directionless and purposeless, he determines to reunite with his sons and with them restore his shattered kingdom but Fate has …

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Feature Friday: The Queen’s Blade

I love a good fantasy with intrigue, machinations, and assassins. TC Southwell’s The Queen’s Blade tells the story of two kingdoms at war during a time of prophecies, kindred animals, and deeds that will be made legendary. I snagged myself a copy and can’t wait to review! Did I mention this book (the first of the series) is FREE? Go …

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Feature Friday: Adjacent Fields

Sci-fi lovers, I’ve got you covered! Today’s feature is Charles Barouch’s Adjacent Fields, a story exploring teleportation–and exactly how Rama and Walter can profit from it. However when they have governments ready to either seize or regulate such technology, some tough decisions will have to be made, and some intriguing questions are raised. Genre Science Fiction, Urban Science Fiction Book …

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Feature Friday: Reaper’s Novice

Today’s feature is all about the Grim Reaper–and how one young lady, Ana Maria, becomes his apprentice. That’s a job that I probably couldn’t handle–but Ana Maria is thrust into the position when she loses her parents and siblings in a car accident. Could she truly serve under Grim knowing it’s the only way to save the souls of her …

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The Spy Who Loved

This is one of Amazon’s best books for June–and it looks fantastic! The Spy Who Loved, by Clare Mulley, is the biographical account of the WWII female agent, Christine Granville. Book Description In June 1952, a woman was murdered by an obsessive colleague in a hotel in South Kensington. Her name was Christine Granville. That she died young is perhaps …

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Feature Friday: The Lost King

Okay, I’ve lost car keys, cash, and even jewelry–but it’s pretty hard to lose a kingdom. Right? Well King Bewilliam has a problem. Not only does he wake up in the middle of a wild pasture (how many times must I stress not to do that to your drinking buddies?), but apparently he’s been robbed of his identity, status, and …

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Circadian Circle Update!

I projected that I’d be finished with Circadian Circle by tomorrow, but it looks like it may be another week or two. The manuscript for Circadian Circle has been edited (Yes!) and I’m putting some finishing touches, cleaning up some dust–and getting a final read from my editor-hubby. Since this is the final installment of the trilogy, I want this …

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The IndieAP Gang & Me

I’m having a blast hanging out with the cool author peeps of Indie Author Promos. I can’t tell you enough how important it is to have a supportive community of people who will uplift you and give you the feedback and help you need. So naturally, when I learned of the promotional event running this week (May 27-31), I knew …