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January 19, 2015

Thank you all for the wonderful support of Before We Say I Do and my short story release. It was an amazing week, and I can’t thank you enough for supporting me along the way.


Now, to the “other matters” this blog post needs to address. Some of you may have heard or realized, but on January 13th, WordPress temporarily suspended my blog. They said this when I emailed them about my suspension: “Hi there,
Thank you for getting in touch. Your site was flagged by our automated
anti-spam controls. We have reviewed your site and have removed the
suspension notice.



We greatly apologize for this error and any inconvenience it may have caused.”


The only reason that I think they would do this is because apparently it’s a violation to have “Book tour blogs: Blogs that consist primarily of pre-written publicity material, as opposed to original book reviews, for
the purpose of promoting books and driving traffic to other promotional
and giveaway sites.“


Really? I mean, seriously? Who does that? Why would this be a problem? I share people’s books because I WANT to. I’m doing it to help them, and so, I have an issue with WordPress deciding that it’s wrong for me to help my friends out.


And that being so, I’m considering transferring to another blog. I love WordPress. Their format, their style, and all is so much better than Blogger to me. I could stay here, but I’m not sure I could deal with possibly losing all of my followers if they decide to screw me over again.


So – as of right now – I’m only going to be sharing blog tours that I’ve committed to, and then I’ll go from there. No unsolicited review requests or blog tour requests will be accepted at this time. I’m terribly sorry. Until I can figure it all out, I’ll be sharing some things over on my Blogger site http:ebarnes23.blogspot.com


Please go and follow that blog, too. I can’t bear losing all of you! I’ve worked so hard to establish myself through this blog since I began it back in 2010 or 2011. The thought of moving over is very saddening, indeed. I’m sorry for the trouble it may be causing YOU as well, but I can’t see myself staying when something that I want to is considered a “violation.”


I urge all of you to be careful what you post on your blogs on WordPress as well. As far as I can tell, it’s okay if your a self-hosted site, but I’m not. I have considered doing it, but right now, I’m not going to.


Please follow me over at blogger. I don’t want to lose you guys!



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Published on January 19, 2015 09:24 • 1 view

January 13, 2015

It’s HERE!!! The day has finally arrived, and I’m super excited to release Before We Say I Do! And, and, and —- you get an exclusive excerpt! This one is different than on the release day blitz other bloggers are helping me with. This is EXCLUSIVE! Boom. You know I love you! And that’s not all! There’s a giveaway!! Scroll down to enter one of five digital copies of Before We Say I Do!! But you know, read the excerpt first. ;)


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About the Book:

Following the best-selling first book of the series, Entertaining Angels, comes Before We Say I Do, An Entertaining Angels Short Story.


Chase Sanders and Madison Andrews are about to declare their love for one another in the most sacred of ways. Everything has been going perfectly, especially when an old friend returns to town to stand by Chase���s side on their big day. But is Zach there to see their union, or is he concealing the truth of why he���s actually back in town?


Chase has lived perfectly fine without his father around, but now that his father is divorcing again, he is seeking forgiveness. Chase can���t look at his father, let alone forgive him.


Before Chase and Mads can say ���I Do,��� Chase must first learn to let go of the past before the dark forces that haunt his nightmares come to life.



 


Excerpt:

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Andy had just come back from the decoration crisis as I paced the room; Zach and Andy watched me. I knew they wanted to ask me what was on my mind, but honestly, I didn���t even want to think about it. I was just ready to see Mads walk down the aisle. But there was something else bothering me, and I didn���t want to bring it up. I couldn���t help it, though. My dad was lingering on my mind. Should I have invited him? No. I was right in not, but I couldn���t shake the feeling that something was about to blow up.


���Andy, do you think I could talk to Chase for a minute?��� Zach asked.


���Yeah. Sure.��� Andy stood and gave me a wary glance before he walked out and shut the door behind him. That didn���t help my feelings any.


���Something���s going to happen isn���t it?��� I asked, running my hands through my hair. I remembered it wouldn���t be long before I was taking pictures. I looked in the mirror and fixed it; I couldn���t let my nervous habit get the best of me right now. I had to look my best for Mads.


���Chase, I ��� I wish I could say no.���


Zach looked away from me, and I knew it. Something bad was going to happen.


���Will Mads be alright? Please tell me this isn���t about her.���


���It���s not. This time it���s you.���


Zach���s green eyes bore into me, and I felt like I was two feet tall. This couldn���t be happening. This was supposed to be the happiest day of my life. And I knew that it was my dad who was going to ruin everything because I couldn���t get him off of my mind!


���So that���s why you���re really here?��� I asked, pacing the room. I lifted my hands to run them through my hair but stopped short. I balled them into fists and kept pacing.


���Not exactly. I really did come here to witness your union, but it was also to help you deal with your problem.���


���What problem is that?���


���I think you know, Chase.���


Why did anything have to revolve around him today? This was mine and Mads��� day.


���Can you stop it? Please?��� I stood in front of him, begging. I even prayed to God to let this stop before it started. I would do anything to keep my dad from ruining our day.


���Things are already in motion, Chase. I���m sorry. I���m so sorry.���


My legs felt weak, and I took a seat in the chair across from Zach. This wasn���t happening. This couldn���t be happening. God, please. Stop this before it starts! Don���t let my dad show up. Please . . .


���What am I going to do?��� I asked Zach. Maybe God had given him some kind of information that would be helpful to me.


���Be strong. Madison is going to need you at your best. You know how the enemy can be. Don���t let them ruin this for you two. That���s all they���re trying to do.���


���That���s it? That���s all the advice you can give me?��� My voice rose in anger.


I stood and paced the room again, pushing my hands through my hair and then balled my hands into fists. I���d deal with my hair later. Right now, I was too angry. How could this happen to me? To us? This wasn���t right.


���I can���t believe it,��� I mumbled.


���Chase, please. I told you so you could prepare. Not to cause you anger.���


���How can I not be angry, Zach? My dad is going to ruin my big day!���


���Not if you don���t let him, Chase. Maybe you can talk to him and mend fences.��� He just stared at me like I was a caged animal and like he truly pitied me. Maybe that description wasn���t too far off.


I stopped and gaped at him. ���There���s no talking to him.���


���When was the last time you tried?���


Zach crossed his arms across his chest, not actually in anger, but there was something almost like disappointment in his gaze. I felt like a small child being scolded by my mother. Zach knew I was lying because I hadn���t tried talking to him, although Dad had tried. I just wouldn���t give him a second chance. Sure, he left us. He deserted us, but every now and then I would get a missed call from him. Ever since I had asked Mads to marry me, the calls had increased. He must have known.


���It���s been a while,��� I answered, sitting down again.


���Chase, this doesn���t have to be hard. Just talk to him like a normal human being. You helped me change Madison���s life once. Surely you can help me change your father���s.���


Tears stung my eyes, but I tried not to cry. Maybe it was pride. Maybe I just didn���t want to shed a tear over my father, but Zach���s words struck a chord within me. Could he change? Would he even want to? I didn���t suppose it would hurt to try and mend fences. What would Mom say, though? Would she want me to mend things with the man who ruined her life?


I nodded because I still didn���t know exactly what to say or do.


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Published on January 13, 2015 02:00

January 6, 2015

What would you do if a dead classmate came to you for help? Crystal Frost is a little terrified she’s going crazy when this happens to her. In author Alicia Rades’s first full-length novel, Fire in Frost, readers are taken on a mysterious psychic adventure. Alicia is proud to announce her upcoming release, but first, she wants to show the world her cover!


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Synopsis:

Crystal Frost has spent her whole life believing she’s ordinary, and her mother has long held the secret of her heritage. When Crystal begins seeing the ghost of a dead classmate, her life spirals out of control. She���s faced with the threat that everyone will find out she���s a freak, as if the struggle to figure out her new-found abilities wasn���t enough pressure. Crystal has to find some way to save the people who have come to her for help all while trying to keep her abilities a secret. Will she be able to fulfill these overwhelming demands while solving the mystery that is the ghost of Olivia Owen?


Excerpt:

���Crystal.��� Emma���s voice seemed far off, a distant hum in my confusion.


The faintness I felt just moments ago returned. My heart pounded in my ears, and for a second my knees felt unstable. I gripped the edge of the fundraising table for support.


Emma snapped her fingers in front of my face. ���Crystal,��� she said again as her voice came back into focus.


I was suddenly whipped back into reality, dazed. ���Wh���what?���


���Are you okay?��� Emma asked with a tone of serious concern. ���You look like you���ve seen a ghost.���


I let the statement sink in for a moment. ���Yeah,��� I said. But I wasn���t answering her initial question. I was agreeing with her latter statement.


When and Where Can You Get It?

The book officially launches on March 13, 2015 and will be available in Kindle and Print editions on Amazon. The good news? You can pre-order it on Kindle right now!


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Giveaway:

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About the Author:

alicia rades authorAlicia Rades is a freelance writer, blogger, and editor. When inspiration strikes, she is also an author. Alicia has been captivated by the YA paranormal and supernatural genre since reading The Seer series by Linda Joy Singleton when she was 12 years old. Fire in Frost was born out of the love for the genre and is Alicia���s first full-length novel. In college, Alicia majored in professional writing. Alicia lives in Wisconsin with her husband and too many fish to count.


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Published on January 06, 2015 02:00

December 31, 2014

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SYNOPSIS


Six-year-old Byron Woodward is a werewolf who can���t howl. Determined not to embarrass himself after being chosen to lead a full-moon ceremony, he embarks on a mission to learn how to howl. He learns a lot about howling during his journey, but more importantly, he learns a valuable lesson about believing in himself.


Where to Purchase The Boy Who Couldn’t Cry Wolf


Amazon – Kindle

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* Borrow free with Kindle Unlimited & Amazon Prime*


Emerald’s Review:


3 1/2 – 4 STARS


The Boy Who Couldn’t Cry Wolf is an interesting take on the boy who cried wolf, being the opposite that is. It’s a cute story about a werewolf who can’t howl, and the young wolf searches for advice on how to howl before the full moon when he’s chosen to lead a ceremony. Eventually, he learns an extremely valuable lesson about discovering how to do things his own way and learning to be himself. Worrying only held him back.


The illustrations aren’t scary, but I wasn’t overly impressed with them. My six year old niece liked the book, and seeing how it’s in her age group, I think the author really hit the nail on the head.


Overall, I enjoyed the moral of the story, and after reading it a second time, I came to realize that it is a good story and appropriate for kids four to probably eight.


 


THE AUTHOR


Caldric’s�� Website �� / �� Twitter �� /��Goodreads �� / �� Facebook ��


caldricCaldric Blackwell realized he loved reading when he read about a bunch of people (with single-syllable names) and their pets (also with single-syllable names) in kindergarten.


Exposure to a host of great authors while studying at the University of California, Santa Barbara inspired him to begin writing fiction. Although he began writing short stories for adults, he eventually migrated to writing children’s books. His debut work is an early chapter book titled��The Enchanted River Race. His next release is a picture book,��The Boy Who Couldn’t Cry Wolf.


Outside of writing, Caldric enjoys hiking, gardening, and playing a variety of string instruments. Caldric currently resides in California.


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Published on December 31, 2014 02:00

December 22, 2014

Torn Asunder by Alana Terry

Torn Asunder is the newest suspense novel from award-winning author Alana Terry. Torn Asunder is the story of��Hannah and Simon,��two North Korean refugees who sneak back into their country to serve as underground missionaries. In this world of spies, secret police, and informants, Simon and Hannah learn that staying together won’t just compromise their ministry. It could cost them both their lives.
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Torn Asunder��launches today for just 99 cents, and all book sale proceeds today support the work of Liberty in North Korea, an organization that runs an underground railroad for North Korean refugees. You can get the paperback or��the ebook for 99 cents for a limited time only. And remember the best news ~ Your purchase will help save a North Korean refugee!

Excerpt from Torn Asunder:






Simon gritted his teeth. His head felt like it was sinking. The general kept his voice level and pleasant as he slipped the device over Simon���s pinky. ���Now, you just tell me who you delivered your Bibles to, and I���ll let you leave here with everything intact.���Simon tried to swallow. His whole jaw was swollen from his scuffle in the woods. He shut his eyes and hoped the general couldn���t feel him tremble.


General Sin chuckled to himself. ���Silly me. I forgot.��� He slid the device off Simon���s finger. ���This kind of tool won���t work on a big, strong man like you.��� He strode over to Hannah and yanked her hand before Simon could even cry out. He jammed her ring finger into the opening.



Simon struggled against his iron restraints. ���Let her go!���


Hannah sucked in her breath. General Sin still glared at Simon. ���This is your last chance. Give me the names, and I’ll release her unharmed.���


Simon���s field of vision blurred over. He wanted to scream. The metal from his handcuffs sliced open his wrists. He pictured himself breaking free and tackling the general to the ground.


���Better talk.��� General Sin yawned. ���I hate getting my uniform messy.���


Hannah���s hand trembled, but she didn���t make a noise.


���Three ������


Simon clenched his jaw, unable to tear his face away from Hannah���s wide, terrified eyes.


���Two ������











Want more? Buy Torn Asunder��on amazon now. And remember, all book sales today will be donated directly to Liberty in North Korea, a group committed to seeing North Koreans achieve their freedom in THIS GENERATION.


Want to help spread the word? See below to click and tweet, or share this image on your timeline. Then be sure to scroll down to enter the giveaway for a chance to win a $100 gift card, surprise grab bag ($60 retail), great CD from Cherie Norquay, and free prizes to everyone who enters! And don’t forget to leave a comment and tell us what you think of Hannah and Simon and those like them who sneak into hostile mission fields to share the gospel.


 



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Published on December 22, 2014 02:00 • 2 views

December 19, 2014

By now, I hope you’ve heard of my new short story, Before We Say I Do. Its release date is set to be January 13, 2015. And, good news, it’s available for pre-order for only 99cents!


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Pre-order Before We Say I Do on Kindle Now!

In honor of Before We Say I Do’s cover reveal, I’ve put Entertaining Angels on sale for 99 cents as well!


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Grab your copy of Entertaining Angels at these retailers for 99cents!
Amazon
Amazon UK
Barnes and Noble
Kobo
Now, here’s a bit of news and/or help request. Mostly help request…

I’m hosting a release day blitz for Before We Say I Do on January 13th where I will send an html file for you to place on your blog. It’s easy and simple, and you can sign up here: Release Day Blitz


Also, Worldwind Virtual Book Tours is hosting a blog tour for February 16-February 20 for Entertaining Angels and Before We Say I Do. You can sign up here: Entertaining Angels and Before We Say I Do Blog Tour


Don’t forget! Entertaining Angels is in the running for one of the 50 best Indie books of 2014! Vote on Read Free.ly! Voting ends January 3! CAST YOUR VOTE IN THE OTHER CATEGORY HERE


I think that’s it. I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas! I probably won’t be around much until after the holidays, but you know how that is!


xoxo


 


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Published on December 19, 2014 08:48 • 1 view

December 17, 2014

Back in June, I released Entertaining Angels, and it is with great pleasure that I’ll be releasing the follow-up story to it, Before We Say I Do. Today, I want to reveal the cover for the story set to release on January 13, 2015. Yay! I’m so excited! I fell in love with Chase and Mads all over again!!


Finding that I couldn’t leave my characters, I decided that their story wouldn’t end there, so I wrote Before We Say I Do.


And now, the cover! **SMILES LIKE A GOOFY GIRL IN LOVE**


Before We Say I Do Cover


About Before We Say I Do:


Following the best-selling first book of the series, Entertaining Angels, comes Before We Say I Do, An Entertaining Angels Short Story.


It���s been one year, and Chase Sanders and Madison Andrews are about to declare their love for one another in the most sacred of ways. Everything has been going perfectly, especially when an old friend returns to town to stand by Chase���s side on their big day. But is Zach there to see their union, or is he concealing the truth of why he���s actually back in town?


Chase has lived perfectly fine without his father around, but now that his father is divorcing again, he is seeking forgiveness. Chase can���t look at his father, let alone forgive him.


Before Chase and Mads can say ���I Do,��� Chase must first learn to let go of the past before the dark forces that haunt his nightmares come to life.


��Pre-Order on Amazon Now for only 99cents!

**Please note that in order to read this short story when it’s available, you will need to read Entertaining Angels. It isn’t a stand-alone nor is it a prequel. This is the story of Chase and Mads after the ending of their first book together.**


Cover by RocStarr Art & Design


I would also like to thank my cousin and his lovely wife who are the couple on the cover, and my sister who took the photo.


And, one more thing:

Entertaining Angels is among one of the 5,000 novels that have been nominated as Read Free.ly searches for the top 50 Best Indie Books of 2014. You can help by voting for Entertaining Angels here in the “Other” Category as they don’t have YA or Christian genres.


Please, if you loved Entertaining Angels and all it stands for, help me and the other fans get it to the top 50!


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Published on December 17, 2014 02:00 • 2 views

December 9, 2014

I’m super excited to announce that The Raven Saga and The Morgan Sisters are now available as ebook boxed sets – just in time for Christmas! Both sets are priced at a reduced cost making them perfect Christmas gifts for lovers of YA urban fantasy. If you have friends or family who love Harry Potter, then these sets are perfect for you (or so I’ve been told)!


The Morgan Sisters

Books 1-4 of The Morgan Sisters


THE GHOST OF JOSIAH GRIMSHAW



Adopted sisters Lana Beth and Emma Jane are polar opposites, but when the same strange ‘tattoo’ suddenly appears and winds its way up their bodies within days of each other, they soon realize there’s more to their relationship than they could ever have imagined.


Sent off to London for two weeks of ‘work experience’, the Morgan Sisters soon find themselves being initiated into the ancient Praxos Foundation, one that protects the innocent while fighting evil, both human and supernatural.


At the same time, Lana Beth and Emma Jane must also investigate why the sweet but sometimes pesky ghost of Josiah Grimshaw just won’t leave them alone.


DAISY MADIGAN’S PARADISE



When tragedy falls upon 15 year old Daisy Madigan, she escapes to the only place she feels safe, the cemetery of Abney Park. There, in the company of the dearly departed, she realizes she is changing, growing stronger and faster by the day. But in the darkness lurks a terror even she can’t imagine facing.


THE TEMPORAL STONE



It’s been a couple of months since Emma and Lana entered the Praxos Academy and life has been hectic ever since. What with regular A level classes combined with learning all about the supernatural world, control classes, self defence and fight night, the girls are constantly busy.


But when their world seems to stop right in front of them, they and their fellow Watchers, have a huge mystery to solve. A mystery which will lead them on a long road trip across south west England where they will meet all kinds of strange creatures, some intent on causing harm and others desperate to put a stop to the problem.






LOOKING FOR LUCY JO



It’s their first Christmas since entering the Praxos Academy and 16-year-old sisters Lana Beth and Emma Jane Morgan are looking forward to some serious R&R. But when their little sister mysteriously disappears from her bed on Christmas Eve, all thoughts of fun disappear with her. Emma and Lana must do everything in their power to locate her and bring her home safely. Easier said than done, they are forced to go on yet another journey, this time taking them out to the murky depths of the North Sea as well as to the far reaches of southern Portugal.


������ “I would go so far as to say that this could be the beginnings of a series as good as those by J.K. Rowling!”


������ “I loved the bad guys, the graveyard antics, the talking dead, the superpowers of the kick-a** ninja chicks, and the rite of initiation the sisters go through”




The Raven Saga

Books 1-3 of The Raven Saga


RAVEN



After the inexplicable disappearance of Lilly Taylor’s parents, she has no choice but to move to Canada where she unravels some frightening yet intriguing family secrets…


Her whole life had been based on a lie. Lilly had grown up in a loveless home with a father who she had barely ever seen and a mother who was… well, not very motherly.


After they mysteriously disappear without a trace, Lilly is sent to Canada where she finds a whole new way of life. A life filled with love and people who care for her. But that’s not all she discovers, Lilly also finds out that she isn’t who, or what, she thinks she is.


Lilly has a very special ability and it’s just a matter of time before her true self starts to shine. And when it does, her life will never be the same again.


Raven is a fantasy novel for children and young adults set in the beautiful province of British Columbia.


DECEMBER MOON



On her 15th birthday, December Moon discovers she is the descendant of a family of witches, kept in the dark her entire life in an effort to protect her. But when Lilly, her best friend, finds herself in danger from one of the world’s most evil vampires, December will do everything in her power to stop him. December Moon is a fantasy novel for children and young adults set in BC, Canada.


THE LOST SOUL



December and Lilly have got their work cut out for them. Not only are they desperately trying to figure out the identity of the Lost Soul, and track him down, they’ve also got to investigate why Powell River’s newest resident has got all of their men falling at her feet.


But when they learn that the Nephilim might be involved, it becomes clear that they’re all in extreme danger…



About Suzy



Although Suzy is a Yorkshire lass at heart, she left her home town of Rotherham, UK, to move to Portugal with her family when she was ten. The Algarve continues to be her home, where she lives with her childhood sweetheart, Michael, two neurotic dogs and a cat who thinks she’s a princess.

Shortly after completing her studies, Suzy was offered the position of trainee journalist for a local English newspaper. Her love of writing developed and a few years later she moved on to become assistant editor for the region’s largest English language publisher. Since then she has also worked as the editor of one of the Algarve’s most loved monthly lifestyle magazines. Early in 2010 however, Suzy began working as a full time author. She has since written several books: Raven, December Moon, The Lost Soul (The Raven Saga), Daisy Madigan’s Paradise, The Ghost of Josiah Grimshaw, The Temporal Stone, Looking for Lucy Jo (The Morgan Sisters), Forever Fredless and And Then There Was You (for adults only!).Website: http://www.suzyturner.com


Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/suzyturner


Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/suzyturnerbooks


Facebook Romance: http://www.facebook.com/suzyturnerromance


Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/suzy_turner


Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/suzyturnerbooks


YA Blog: http://www.suzyturner.blogspot.com


Chick Lit Blog: http://www.fictiondreams.com



 


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Published on December 09, 2014 02:00 • 7 views

December 5, 2014

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This hop’s theme revolves around trimming the Christmas tree and our favorite, most sentimental ornaments. My mom has always trimmed her tree in ornaments that my sister and I made throughout elementary school, and to her, that’s the most sentimental. But for me, I remember this one ornament my grandma bought and painted for us. It was a snow baby. I was always so excited to put that ornament on the tree. It hasn’t been on my tree in a while, though, since it’s been put up for safe-keeping, but it has always been my favorite. I may�� have to bring that ornament out soon, now that I think about it.


So, what’s your favorite ornament and the sentimental value that it holds for you? I’d love to hear in the comments!


I’m also giving away a signed copy of my first ever published novella, Piercing Through the Darkness, to one lucky winner. And two more winners will get a choice of Entertaining Angels or Read Me Dead in e-book format! Enter now!


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Published on December 05, 2014 04:00 • 3 views

December 2, 2014

Emerald Barnes:

I unfortunately wasn’t part of this book release like I have been for the others in this series, but here I am reblogging for Danielle! Stop by and check out the goodies, and this – what I know will be – amazing book!


Originally posted on Ever On Word:


Ladies and gentlemen, the day of ���The Sun���s Rival��� has dawned! It���s up in paperback (Amazon, CreateSpace) and/or e-book (Kindle, Nook)! Let the wild rumpus commence!



Sun's Rival Launch Week Tour, Novella



And by ���wild rumpus���, I mean this blog tour-wide Rafflecopter giveaway��in which there are such goodies to be won as sun and moon heart pendants, selected chapters with author and character commentary, a complete set of signed bookmarks, and an e-copy of the book.




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���Hold on a moment,��� says Laraspur. ���Did you say ���blog tour���?���



That I did! For some jolly good friends of mine, all of whom ROCK, have volunteered to spread the ���Sun���s Rival��� love on their blogs during Launch Week. ^_^ Watch this space (and my Twitter feed, and quite probably my Facebook author page) for links as the posts���


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Published on December 02, 2014 07:14