Nicole Rae Nicole's Comments (member since Mar 25, 2012)


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Jan 02, 2013 07:35PM

20786 I totally agree. However, if it is too much of a cliff hanger than I'm wondering too much if it will have a sequal and then if it doesn't, I'm all sad and dissappointed. I guess I'm sort of on the fense. What is your favorite book with a cliff hanger ending?Jessica wrote: "I actually like endings that aren't definite endings (if that makes any sense) idk I guess I kind of like to imagine what will happen to the characters after the last chapter rather than have the a..."
Oct 05, 2012 11:46PM

20786 The pledges are coming in. The project is going really well. If things keep up I'm hoping to reach my goal. Thanks to all of you that have been pressing the Facebook Like button. The support is much appreciated and I hope you keep it coming:) You all rock!
Oct 04, 2012 08:35PM

20786 Sarah, The Webbiegrrl Writer wrote: "Best of luck! And thanks for mentioning the idea. I've been wondering how I could possibly afford to create a decent audiobook. I've known about Kickstarter for a while (since it started, haha) but..."

Yep Kick Starter works for publishing projects as well. I actually seen several projects for books type projects. Thanks for the comment and good luck if you decide to try it too. I hope you decide to check out my project:)
Oct 04, 2012 08:33PM

20786 B L wrote: "This is a really nice idea. I don't seem to be able to access this link though. Best of luck!"

I fixed the link:) Thank you for trying though. I hope you will decide to try again. I totally am grateful for the support.
Oct 04, 2012 08:31PM

20786 Sonya wrote: "i'll spread the word on facebook."

Thank you so much:) The more that hear about it the better. I really appreciate the support.
Oct 04, 2012 10:37AM

20786 I fixed the link. Sorry, I put the wrong one before. :(
Oct 03, 2012 03:59PM

20786 Hello as some of you may know, I am a new blind author. My first book Clandestine just came out last month and is the first book in the Bound In Blood series. I have been getting lots of requests from my blind following as well as others to make the series available in audio. Since I do not have the money for such an expensive project, I've turned to a site called Kick Starter. It is a funding site that helps people raise money for their creative projects. The project launched yesterday and is already doing pretty good.

For people who decide to make a pledge and become a backer there are several prizes available to sweeten the deal. I would really appreciate any support I can get. Every dollar counts. I have one month to reach my funding goal and achieve my dream of making my books available for people like me.

Even if you decide you would rather not fund, I would really appreciate it if you would still visit the project page and use the social networking buttons such as the Facebook like to help spread the word. Plus, while you're there, you will be able to see an adorable video my girls made because they wanted to help mommy and be a part of the project.

I really am grateful to you for reading this post and I hope you decide to help in any way you can. Every pledge no matter the size and Facebook like is amazing so thanks in advance.

http://kck.st/Ryzk5u
Sep 11, 2012 03:55PM

20786 Ellie wrote: "Thanks Nicole - you too. And I hope you'll read and enjoy the book!!

Re. the ghost, I have to say I've never experienced anything like it."


I will check it out:) What formats will it be available in?
Sep 11, 2012 11:20AM

20786 Erin (The Flashlight Reader) wrote: "Hi Nicole,

I would love to read your book and conduct an interview. Please forward a kindle copy or PDF to my email address and we can go from there.

flashlightreader(at)yahoo(dot)com

Look for..."

Thank you very much :)
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Sep 10, 2012 08:15AM

20786 Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey) wrote: "Hi everyone. I'm Terri and avid book reader. I just love to read. Thanks J.D. for the invite."

Welcome to this group. I think you will love it. It has a wide variety of discussions, group reads, games and of course readers, authors and reviewers getting together and getting to know one another. This is one of my favorite groups and I hope you like it:)
Sep 10, 2012 08:04AM

20786 Hello my name is Nicole Rae and my debut YA novel Clandestine has recently came out. It is the first book in the Bound In Blood paranormal series.

I hope you will consider reading and reviewing it. I of course would be willing to give you a free eBook copy in return. I am also willing to do an interview if you would be interested as well.

Clandestine description:

What do you do when the life you thought was real, isn’t? Behind the scenes, terror and treachery lurk within the shadows, craving the essence of life. The undead have walked the earth since the dawn of time, standing beside and feeding on the humans, who mistakenly believe that they are at the top of the food chain.

Bound in Blood...

Blissfully ignorant of a race that supersedes their own, the town of Lakeview has ceased their ordinary lives and been left with the functionality of Stepford wives. In a town where everyone knows everyone else's business, suddenly the main objective is walking with their head down and keeping to themselves.

Left with a neglectful father and a best friend with uncanny intuition, Emily Jameson begins to realize that vampires have taken up residence in Lakeview and they aren't the vegetarian kind. The undead aren’t just snacking though, they have a purpose and Emily’s more entangled in the chaos than she thought possible.

Sebastian, doesn’t do much to help either. He’s cocky, arrogant and more than a little annoying. But there are those brief moments, no matter how few and far between, when he lets his true self shine through. It’s that second persona that Emily can’t help but lust after. Soon, Sebastian becomes the guy, she loves to hate.

Born a slayer, never having been graced with a blood summoning, Emily is left to follow her instincts. Her heritage forces her to accept a blood legacy she is unprepared for. Her ordinary life has been destroyed, opening her eyes to a world she doesn't recognize. She is forced to accept the inevitable in the face of her towns demise.

Emily must delve deep to find the slayer within, the piece of herself kept hidden. Now, all bets are off and she’s out for blood. How will Emily find a way to accept her part in the slayers dynasty, fight a growing attraction to an opinionated slayer, and save her town, without losing herself to a slayer's un-summoning?

Thank you for your time and consideration:) I would really appreciate it and hope we get a chance to work together:)
Sep 09, 2012 07:52PM

20786 Ellie wrote: "I've never wanted to see a ghost - too wimpish I suppose! But earlier this year, when visiting a supposedly haunted house I walked into this room and there was definitely a presence. I shot out of ..."

That sounds like a seriously scary experience. I would have freaked. Also, I love the title and description of your book. Good luck to you:)
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Aug 17, 2012 06:08PM

20786 Ice Cream
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Aug 17, 2012 01:14AM

20786 bread
Aug 10, 2012 11:40AM

20786 underemployed, I'd rather be happy

Would you rather live in the desert, or in a rain forest
Aug 09, 2012 08:57PM

20786 I would prefer the endoscopy. Believe it or not, I don't like anything in the other end lol.

Would you rather be a vampire or a shifter
Aug 09, 2012 07:00PM

20786 That is so stinkin gross lol

If I have to choose than I choose spider

Would you rather lay in a tub of snakes for five minutes or hold a slug on your face for ten
Jul 31, 2012 12:10AM

20786 I think that the Morganville Vampires series would make great movies. I love the series and would love to see it on the big screen. The only requirment would be that they actually follow the plot.
Jul 31, 2012 12:07AM

20786 My uncle died three years ago and my three year old daughter has interactions with him on occasion and also has seen him as well. I have heard that kids can see such things because they still have such a pure innosence. I don't know if that's true but either way I think it's sweet.
Jul 31, 2012 12:05AM

20786 Beatrice wrote: "It was around 8 years ago. My grandfather's brother passed away during my dad's birthday. We went to his wake and I had a chance to peek on his coffin.

after 3 days of burial, I went to my room to..."


That would have seriously creeped me out to the point of return. A spirt with a head is bad enough, but one that doesn't have one... OMG NO THANK YOU! You are very brave I would have utterly freaked.
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