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Guest Post: The Sounds of Choices by Liz Schulte + 2 Giveaways

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About the Author:Many authors claim to have known their calling from a young age. Liz Schulte, however, didn't always want to be an author. In fact, she had no clue. Liz wanted to be a veterinarian, then she wanted to be a lawyer, then she wanted to be a criminal profiler. In a valiant effort to keep from becoming Walter Mitty, Liz put pen to paper and began writing her first novel. It was at that moment she realized this is what she was meant to do. As a scribe she could be all of those things and so much more.When Liz isn’t writing or on social Read more [...]

Guest Post: Character guest post – Penelope from Penelope and the Movie Star by Ron Voights

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About the Author:Ron D. Voigts lives in Raleigh, NC and sometimes somewhere else. When back in Raleigh, he enjoys time with his family, watches old movies and shoots lots of pool. He has his own private writer's retreat in La Vale, MD where he spends lots of time working on his next novel while enjoying the mountains and eating ice cream.Links: Website | Blog | Facebook | TwitterMr. Ron said, “Penelope, how would you like to write something for a blog?” Only thing is I’m not sure what to write about. I mean I’m just a kid who goes to school, Read more [...]

Character Interview : Jessie Boone Interview by Georgia Cates

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About the Author:In addition to being an author Georgia is a wife, mother of two daughters and a labor and delivery nurse. She recently added Paranormal Romance Writer to her list of things that keep her busy, but she is ecstatic to release her debut novel, Blood of Anteros, the first book in The Vampire Agápe Series. Like others that enjoy a great story of paranormal romance, she is easily bored by the tale of an obtainable, ordinary romance and was inspired to create The Vampire Agápe Series. When not tied up with family or delivering babies, Read more [...]

Character Interview: Amon Kalins and Thea Forester

Categories: book tour, dark mind book tours, Gabrielle Bisset, guest post
Enter for the 10 $ Amazon gift card on this post of the tour start! Sentenced to spend the rest of his three remaining lifetimes in Nil, Amon Kalins is freed with the help of his Sidhe servant, Gethen, but now he must accept his life is never to be his again as the Council won't rest until he's safely back imprisoned within Nil's cold walls. Broken and nearly dead from his time in prison, Amon is saved by an Aeveren healer named Althea Forester. As a healer, Thea has served her people for forty-five lifetimes, never having a destined one and always Read more [...]

Guest Post: History of Aeveren by Gabrielle Bisset + Swag Giveaway

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About the Author: A college history teacher by day, Gabrielle Bisset is a romance author by night. Her first book, Stolen Destiny, was released by Siren Publishing in June 2011, and since then she's released the novellas of The Victorian Erotic Romance Trilogy--Vampire Dreams, Love's Master, and Masquerade--, Destiny Redeemed, and the first novel in her Sons of Navarus series, Blood Avenged. She lives in Pennsylvania with her son and a herd of pets, and when she's not writing or teaching, she loves to read, relax with a good movie or her favorite Read more [...]

Guest Post: Making Magic by Sibelle Stone + Giveaway

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About the Author:Sibelle Stone is the pseudonym for award winning historical romance author Deborah Schneider. Sibelle writes sexy steampunk and paranormal stories, filled with magic, mad scientists, dirigibles, automatons, and creatures that would scare the panties off Deborah. In her spare time Sibelle enjoys dressing up in Victorian ensembles, modding play guns into something that looks a bit more sinister and wearing hats.Author Bio: Deborah SchneiderA lifelong love of American history led Deborah Schneider from teaching high school to writing Read more [...]
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