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Raina Black steals treasures from warlords, spies on governments and corporations, and sleeps like a baby at night

Monday, June 3rd, 2019
The
Immortals
The
Immortal Brotherhood Book 1
by
Alesha Escobar & H.M. Jones
Genre:
Paranormal Fantasy
 
Raina
Black steals treasures from warlords, spies on governments and
corporations, and sleeps like a baby at night. But after a
particularly rough job where she inexplicably wakes up in a tomb in
Cairo, things get weird.

 

 

First,
Noah Mason, a man she swears she saw die, approaches her, claiming to
be a demon hunter. Then, Noah insists she must fulfill her family
legacy by helping him restore the Immortal Brotherhood…before all
hell breaks loose.

 

 

But
Raina wants no part of it. Going up against dark supernatural forces
is above her pay grade. However, when the promise of a cure for her
terminally ill sister hangs in the balance, Raina decides that the
Immortal Brotherhood could solve her problems.

 

 

Between
dodging bounty hunters, non-sparkly vampires, and Noah Mason’s
smoldering gaze, Raina has to use her skill and wit to pull off the
most dangerous job she’s ever taken on.

 

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A
Discovery of Faeries
The
Immortal Brotherhood Book 2
 

When
Noah Mason’s boss ventures into Faerieland and doesn’t return, he
figures he ought to get her back before apocalyptic chaos reigns.

Lady
Arabella is the only person on earth who can open and shut doorways
to the mythical land of magic and terror, and if her power falls into
the wrong hands, everyone’s screwed.

 

But,
he’s not going alone.
The
raven-haired Raina Black with her powerful Seer Stone is by his side,
joined by Chinonso the Reaper and Thomas the Time Traveler.
Unfortunately, they all must tolerate Raina’s double-crossing
sister Trixie, as well.  After her brush with dark magic, they
don’t trust her to be left alone, and her gift with sorcery may
come in handy.
In
this second installment, the Immortal Brotherhood faces down
otherworldly creatures, trying not to bring on the wrath of the
Faerie Queen, while also outmaneuvering  a secret society
seeking to possess powers never meant for men. Throw into the mix a
A.
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Alesha
Escobar writes fantasy to support her chocolate habit. She enjoys
reading everything from Tolkien and the Dresden Files, to the
Hellblazer comics and classic literature. She’s the author of the
bestselling Gray Tower Trilogy, an action-packed supernatural
thriller set in an alternate World War II. The trilogy hit the
bestsellers lists at Amazon (Top 60 in the entire Kindle store), as
well as iBooks, Kobo, Barnes & Noble online, and Amazon
UK.

 

 

Alesha
is also the co-author of the bestselling Aria Knight Chronicles and
Immortal Brotherhood series.

 

 

Besides
being a loving warrior mom to her six children, she enjoys crafts,
consuming more coffee than is necessary, and spending time with her
husband Luis, a 20-year art veteran for The Simpsons television show.

 

 

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Interview of Kristy Brown, MG Fantasy author

Saturday, August 3rd, 2013

Kristy, welcome to my blog. Tell us where you were born?

I was born in a little seaside town in the North East of England.

England nice…Who or What inspired you to write this book?


I was sat watching my son play and my niece’s doll’s house caught my eye. (Book one includes talking dolls…) I have always said that one day I would write one. I love the old classics such as Roald Dahl and Tolkien. Also movies like The Labyrinth and Clash of the Titans and anything Disney. “Kiera’s Quest,” has a touch of a classic fantasy-fairytale with a modern twist.

Talking dolls? now I am curious. (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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Kaylen’s Rising author, Yves Robichaud, is visiting today

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

Yves, is so good to have you with us. I think this is the first time I interview a Canadian Author. So welcome to my blog. Well lets get to know you and your book…

1) Yves, tell us where you were born:
I was born at the Moncton hospital in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. I have lived most of my life in this area and I still do.

2) New Brunswick, a very inspiring name. I could come up with a story with the name alone. 🙂  Who or What inspired you to write this book?
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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…)

Dispirited by Luisa Perkins, published March 17, 2012

Saturday, March 24th, 2012

Today we have Luisa Perkins who will tell us about her new book “Dispirited” published by Zarahemla Books.

First of all, what’s Dispirited about?

A boy named Blake teaches himself how to get out of his body in order to go looking for the spirit of his dead mother. One night when he comes home, he finds that another being has taken over his body in his absence. (more…)

Help your kids love books

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

Here is a great list of books for children from 7 to older teens and the best part is most of them are at your local Library; and if they are not you can ask them to get them for you. They are good clean fun. (more…)