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A Look At Who’s Who in Changed (The Made Ones Saga) by Vicki Stiefel ~ #GuestPost #BookTour #Giveaway

A Who’s Who in Changed, Book 2 The Made Ones Saga, Vicki Stiefel Below are my characters from Changed.  I’ve separated them by Clan.  Each picture is labeled with the character’s name. ~Vicki  1st The Cat Clan — Breena, Gato, Bartholomew (panther), Audi (black cub), Fortis (tan cub), Fudge, Arina, Makena, and Taz   2nd

Guest Post: Leprechauns – Lucky in Love? (Cat’s Paw Cove #12 & #13 by Sharon Buchbinder) ~ #BookTour #Excerpt

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  Guest Post for Charlotte Redbird, Ghost Coach Leprechauns—Lucky in Love? One of the fun parts about writing paranormal, supernatural, or magical stories is the research. When I wrote Charlotte Redbird, Ghost Coach, I thought I had a pretty good handle on leprechauns. After all, Ancestry.com told me I’m Irish (mostly), so that little guy

Guest Post: Jane Austen’s Dragons (Author: Maria Grace Narrator: Benjamin Fife) ~ #AudiobookTour #Excerpt

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  What draws your interest into stories about dragons? What do you hope to find inside the world in which they are built round and the kind of fantastical details which give you a wicked good read (or listen)? Dragons are Larger than life.  I adore the How to Train Your Dragon film series (the

Guest Post: A Closer Look At The Characters From The Last Atlantian (Mikki Noble) ~ #BookTour #YoungAdult

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A Closer Look At The Characters From The Last Atlantian Honestly, I don’t think there was a single character in this book that I didn’t love to write. This was a fun project that I hope everyone enjoys. Spencer Kara is the main character, who turns seventeen on the day she turns a coffee patron

Guest Post: Fun Fact about Rory Lochmore from Secrets of a Highland Warrior by Nicole Locke

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Ten Fun Fact about Rory Lochmore He’s not who everyone thinks he is. Rory, son of the Chief of Clan Lochmore born to privilege and expected to rule. But there’s a secret…. He’s not even who he guesses he is. Striving to prove himself to meet impossible standards, Rory is plagued with doubts regarding his

Guest Post: Ice Age Shifters Series by Carol Van Natta ~ #BookTour

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Top 5 Reasons to Try the Ice Age Shifters Series by Carol Van Natta 1. You Love Hot Heroes with Secrets The idea for my Ice Age Shifters series sparked from reading about South American paleontologists unearthing the bones of an extinct Ice Age bear. What if, said my muse, certain rare shifters were born

The Wiccan Way Series by Nicole Coverdale ~ #GuestPost #Excerpt #BookTour

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  Destiny Awaits The Wiccan Way Book 1 by Nicole Coverdale Genre: Paranormal Urban Fantasy For as long as the earth has been afloat, demons, witches, Gods, and angels have walked among us. Unknown to the human world, and now the time has come for four sisters to embrace a destiny… Josslyn, Jade, and Julie

Christina Bauer shares her Top Five Alpha Heroes (Lincoln) ~ #GuestPost #BookTour

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My Top Five Alpha Heroes By Christina Bauer As part of the launch tour for my new book, LINCOLN, the lovely folks at Angel’s Guilty Pleasures have asked me to list my top five alpha heroes. (Honestly, they asked for ten but I got blabby, so it’s five.) That said, all my alpha favourites share

Guest Post: Clea Simon (A Spell of Murder) ~ #BookTour #Excerpt

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Why do I write mysteries with cats in them? Isn’t it obvious? Cats make the best characters! Although not all of my books feature cats, most do. In fact, all but one of my 25 mysteries features cats prominently. Sometimes, the cats are the narrators – like in my Blackie and Care series. Sometimes, they’re the

Guest Post: The Hell’s Belle Top 5 Holiday Songs Ranked (Sin City Salvation by Karen Greco) ~ #Excerpt #BookTour

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The Hell’s Belle Top 5 Holiday Songs Ranked by Karen Greco I’m one of those people that tunes into holiday radio as soon as the turkey dishes are cleared. I dig my Christmas music! So, here are the Top 5 Tracks of Christmas songs that you’d hear if you popped into Babe’s On the Sunnyside,

A Day in the Life of Tessa – Being Alpha (Alpha Girl) by Aileen Erin ~ #YoungAdult

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A Day in the Life of Tessa   Before I became a werewolf, I used to have a normal day, but not so much anymore. I’ve learned to go with the flow, because no matter what shit is going to happen. That said, Dastien and I usually start the day with a run—most of the

Guest Post: Blaise Ramsay (Blessing of Luna) ~ Excerpt

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Know Your Target Audience! Let’s say you just finished writing, editing, and getting beta readers to read your latest, greatest book.  Where are the readers you hope to find? How are they going to see your book in a vast world of social media, book promotion and saturated Amazon pages? If you’re asking

Top 10 Guest Post: David A. Wilson (Looking for Dei)

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Top 10 Authors You Would Like to Spend a Day With CS Lewis Not just a brilliant novelist, but an original thinker.  Screwtape Letters was great, and there is really nothing else like it.  I’d love to know what made this guy tick. JRR Tolkien Good friends in real life with CS Lewis, and Smeagol. 

Guest Post: Top Ten Reasons to Try the Bitter Harvest Books by Ann Gimpel

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Top Ten Reasons to Try the Bitter Harvest Books Special note: They’re in Kindle Unlimited right now, at least the first four are. If you subscribe, I’d pick them up right now because they won’t stay in KU past their 90 day enrollment requirement. Hunky vampires. Kickass female leads. Shifter-vampire romance in the first book.

Guest Post: Jennifer Ryan shares her Favorite Scene to write in True to You

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What was your favorite scene to write? Why? I love the scenes where I can show a real connection between the hero and heroine. It’s not always easy to create those intimate moments and make them feel real and have genuine heart. More than that, I love it when I get a chance to show

Guest Post: Sharon Ashwood (Enchanter Redeemed) ~ Excerpt

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Building the Better Alpha What’s big, domineering, possessive, and delicious to look at? The romantic alpha male, of course! He’s been swaggering through our bookshelves for years, exasperating and seducing us by turns. On the surface, he looks like an easy character to write—make him handsome, make him heroic, add some baby oil to show

Top 10 Reasons to Read the Dark Wish by Yumoyori Wilson

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Top 10 Reasons to Read the Dark Wish   If you enjoy entering a new world that isn’t based primarily on earth If you love milk Reverse Harem addict Enjoy long books, especially 350+ books Sexy knights, anyone? Reading about a bond between a girl and her Foxshier Love suspense and secrets A balance between

Guest Post: The Inspiration Behind the Crimson Realm Chronicles

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The Inspiration Behind the Crimson Realm Chronicles The start of this adventure is so much bigger than just one book, but what sparked the world Gabriella Bradley and Taryn have created was one tiny 1400 word glimpse into the lives of two people whom the gods determined were destined to meet. We decided the short

Guest Post: Chrys Fey – Pizza as a Late Night Snack (Ghost of Death) ~ Excerpt

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In Ghost of Death, pizza is very significant to the story. I won’t reveal why or in what way, but because it is important, it had me thinking about the pizza I make to eat. One of my favorites is one that I make at night for a late snack. Below is the recipe for

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Guest Post: Shona Husk (Maid of Ice) ~ Excerpt

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The vampires of the Blood and Silver series Vampires have been the heroes of romance fiction for quite a while. With the Blood and Silver series I wanted to make them bad again…but not totally bad because in the world of the Blood and Silver series the vampires, or albanex as I called them, originally