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From eerie woods to underground caves to haunted ruins, they encounter terrifying monsters, creatures of the night, and demonic sorcery

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018
Ruins
on Stone Hill
Heroes
of Ravenford Book 1
by
F. P. Spirit
Genre:
YA Epic Fantasy
 
It
has been one hundred and fifty years since the end of the Thrall
Wars, when the four dread Thrall Masters rained destruction down on
the land of Thac. The world has been relatively quiet since, but dark
things have started to rise around the little town of
Ravenford. 

 

 

 

The
town’s only hope lay in four newcomers: a fearless young warrior with
blades of fire, an elven wizard as deadly to his friends as his
enemies, a cynical halfling who might be an assassin, and a quiet
gnome whose very touch can heal. Together they set out to face the
creatures of darkness. Yet they soon find they are facing more than
just a few rogue monsters, for a greater force lurks behind them
all.

 

 

From
eerie woods to underground caves to haunted ruins, they encounter
terrifying monsters, creatures of the night, and demonic sorcery. Can
the young heroes stand against the forces of darkness, or will they
too fall prey to the evil that threatens to destroy Ravenford?

 

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F.P.
Spirit has always loved fantasy. From the moment he received his very
first copy of Lord of the Rings back in high school, he was hooked.
Today, somewhere between work and family, F. P. manages to write
sword and sorcery fantasy fiction. 

 

 

 

His
novels, Ruins on Stone Hill, Serpent Cult, Dark Monolith, and Princess
of Lanfor are the first four books in the series Heroes of Ravenford.
The series chronicles the adventures of a band of young heroes in the
dangerous world of Thac. F.P. is currently working on the fifth book
in the Heroes of Ravenford series, The Baron’s Heart, to be released
in 2018.

 

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She will save A-14 and set him free…even if she sacrifice herself to give him a chance

Saturday, February 24th, 2018
Enduring
Bond
Allies
of the Kan Asma Vampires Book 1
by
Christa Paige
Genre:
Paranormal Romance
177
pages
 
A-Fourteen
has been wasting away in a dungeon for decades. Tortured for years in
the name of science, he was stripped of everything—including his
name. Scientists want to know the secret to the Kan Asma Vampires’
longevity, but there’s no way they’ll make him talk. They’ve
tried everything, but he’d rather die than betray his
people. 

 

 

When
they bring the frightened scientist into his cell, he is unimpressed
with their newest tactic. The moment he tastes the blood of that
unsuspecting woman, his entire world is turned upside down. Mariyah
touches him with kindness and manages to shatter his resistance.
Because of her, A-Fourteen feels more alive than he has in years. She
promises to try and save him. But can he trust her?

 

 

Mariyah’s
life takes a deadly turn when her blood becomes the key to the
Lifespan Institute’s fountain of youth. When she is left to bleed
out in the cell of a vampire prisoner, the last thing she expects is
to survive. A-Fourteen shows her mercy by not killing her…and
Mariyah ends up giving him her heart. If she fails him, he will die,
and his blood will be on her hands, staining her soul.

 

 

Now
she needs to protect herself while trying to rescue the love of her
life. When she forms an alliance with the Kan Asma refugees, she
plays a dangerous game of double agent. She knows the risks, and she
also knows time is running out.

 

Mariyah
will do anything to save A-Fourteen and set him free…even if it
means sacrificing herself to give him a chance to live.

 

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Strict
professor by day. Romance author by night. Lover of all things
alpha-male twenty-four hours a day. Christa Paige is a
multi-published author in several genres. Her passion for love
stories spans many tropes. She writes sensual, romantic tales and
sweet love stories. In her free time, Christa, likes knitting and has
a yarn stash that keeps growing. (Especially if it is bamboo.) She
has a love/hate relationship with running but can’t turn down a
themed 5k race. Her beagle babies are her running partners. She never
tires of watching a Star Wars marathon or rereading Lord of the
Rings. There’s a special place in her heart for the Regency
Romance. Mr. Darcy is her favorite Regency hero, especially when he
is wearing Hessians and a cravat.

 

 

Christa’s
series The Blood-Vine published by Liquid Silver Publishing, Kissin’
Cops published by Liquid Silver Publishing, Women Who Serve (Book 1
Coming soon), Kan Asma Vampires published by Hartwood Publishing.

 

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The epic reverse harem fantasy with dark magic, spellbinding romance, heart-pounding action

Friday, January 19th, 2018
Dragon
Awakened
Court
of Shadows Book 1
by
K.N. Lee
Genre:
Reverse Harem Epic Fantasy 
 
Join
New York Times bestselling author, K.N. Lee on a journey through
Rune, where faeries, dragons, elves, and magic and mystery collide. 
 

 

Elemental.
Faerie. Dragon Tamer.

 

After
being exiled from the Unseelie Court, the royal Mordigan family was
forced to live amongst the humans in a realm where magic is outlawed.
Young Celeste’s fate was sealed the day her parents were taken and
executed. The Seelie and Unseelie Court have been at war for
centuries and their magic has destroyed the barrier between the
living and the dead. Spending her teenage years in the Crimson Tower
wasn’t the fated future for Princess Celeste, and when the queen of
the frost faeries comes to rescue her, she is ready to wear her crown
as the Empress of all of the magic realm.
Evil
sweeps through the land, and it is up to one faerie and her court of
princes from all corners of the realm to put the world back together.
 

 

Download
the epic reverse harem fantasy with dark magic, spellbinding romance,
and heart-pounding action similar to Harry Potter, Court of Thorns
and Roses, Lord of the Rings, and The Vampire Diaries today!

 

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K.N.
Lee is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She is the
author of the Dragon-Born Saga, Eura Chronicles, Wonderland
University, and the Chronicles of Koa series. When she is not writing
twisted urban fantasy, epic tales of dragons, pirates, and mermaids,
and dark poetry, she does a great deal of traveling and spending time
with her family. Wannabe rockstar, foreign language enthusiast, and
anime geek, K.N. Lee also enjoys gaming and sketching. She is a
winner of the Elevate Lifestyle Top 30 Under 30 “Future Leaders
of Charlotte” award for her success as a writer, business owner,
and for community service.

 

 

 

She is
signed with Captive Quill Press and Patchwork Press and represented
by Hershman Rights Management.

 

K.N.
Lee loves hearing from fans and readers. Connect with her!

 

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A cross between Lord of the Rings and Wheel of Time series?

Monday, December 28th, 2015
Robin Glassey tell us where you were born and where do you live now.

I was born in a little town called Pickering, located just outside of Toronto, Canada. I moved to Utah back in 1994 and still enjoy small town living with my husband and four children. 

Robin, what makes you passionate about writing?

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I have never been a morning person and getting up to get the day started has always been a challenge for me. But since I have started writing I look forward to getting up because I have so many ideas and thoughts to get down, so many scenes waiting to be edited and several stories waiting in the wings to be written once my current projects are completed.

How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?

It took me four years to write my first manuscript, but that first draft ended up being divided into a novella and two books.

Who or What inspired you to write this book?

My husband and I are foster parents and we have adopted three out of our four boys through foster care. Not all foster placements lead to adoption, in fact, many lead to reunification. I was dealing with the heartache of a foster daughter who returned to her birthfather when we had hoped she would stay with our family. I began writing as a means of dealing with the difficult emotions as a result of this loss. I wrote for nine months and then this foster daughter (more…)

Do the Keys of the Ravaron hold the key to their problems?

Friday, March 6th, 2015

S.R. where were you born?

I was born and raised in Sandy, Utah.

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What is the most difficult thing about being an author?

The most difficult thing about being an author is the constant uncertainty. You never know if or when your writing will take your career to new heights, but you keep making your way through the dark tunnel in hopes that the light will appear and you will find yourself in a better place.

Who has made the greatest difference in my writing

The individual who has made the greatest difference in my writing has been my mother. She would use to read to me as a child, and I fell in love with the stories she told me. If it wasn’t for her, then I wouldn’t have had the drive to become an author.

What inspired you to write this book?

“Keys of the Ravaron” was inspired by many things in my life. Growing up I saw much conflict growing in the world, and heard of how millions of people sought (more…)

Shahira the Flying Elfs a ***** Reviewed by Lee Ashford

Friday, July 5th, 2013

***** Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers’ Favorite

“Shahira and the Flying Elfs” by Anna del C. Dye is one of several books written by this author on the topic of Elfs. Just reading how consistently and with such details she describes the Elfs, their strengths and weaknesses, their talents, their life style, and so on, one could almost believe she has actually spent time living with Elfs! This book is remarkably

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blog tour for authors and such

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

Thank you, Jennifer Latas for inviting me participate in this blog tour. The link to Jennifer’s blog is: http://www.facebook.com/l/_AQHFjp-6AQEs_63ReopDXC5brT8QZKSlpb5QGuOYxevsdQ/jenniferlatas.wordpress.com/

What is the title of your book?

A Royal Elf of Abalon

Where did the idea come from for the book?

A Royal Elf of Abalon came to me as I contemplated if someone could actually be cruel to one of my beautiful, saintly elfs. After the thought (more…)

Swords and Dragons by Michael Robb Mathias Jr. ReadersFavorite.com

Monday, February 21st, 2011

The author uses an old concept and used many other tales ideas to compose this book. The chapters leave you hanging and you always want to keep reading to see what will happen next.

The story is of a people that possess the knowledge of the whereabouts of the biggest bird’s nest in the land. Thus they are the only ones that can collect eggs from them. (more…)

Fantasy versus Fantastic, are they one & the same?

Monday, January 31st, 2011

Once I participated on a panel about world building. I was amazed that the eight panelists were all on the same page about fantasy versus fantastic. We all preached that it doesn’t matter what world we create our characters need to have boundaries to live by. What do we mean by that? (more…)