#BlogTour #SilverDaggerBookTours @SDSXXTours / #PromoPost and #GiveAway : Re: Camelot – E. C. Fisher @ECFisherAuthor

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Today I’m on the ‘Re: Camelot’ blogtour, organised by Silver Dagger Book Tours.
To promote this book I have some ‘basic’ information and a giveaway for you.

About the Author :

EC Fisher_266x400C. Fisher is an emerging author who was born in Vandenberg, AFB, California. Currently, he happily writes and resides in Florida.
From 2007 to 2011, he proudly served in the United States Marine Corps. Three years ago he was introduced to the writing world after a bout of inspiration drove him to write his very first story. After sharing his work with several people and receiving favorable feedback, he decided to continue treading on the creative path of storytelling.
When he doesn’t have a pen in hand, you can find him at the bowling alley getting strikes or at home reading fantastical books.

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Re CamelotTitle: Re: Camelot (The Complete Edition)
Genre: Epic Fantasy

Seventeen-year-old Arthur Godwin-Dragos finds himself much unlike his childhood heroes who fought for the grace and honor of Camelot. Banished to a bleak boarding school in England, Arthur cannot help but retreat into the fantasy of his mother’s old tales. Longing for his own destiny to assuage his loneliness and despair, Arthur withers in exile in wait for something more.
In the stillness, however, the hands of fate begin to turn. Across the universe, far out of reach of time or space, the planet Avalon grows dim. The ancient sorceress Merlin awakes from a fevered dream–as prophecy calls out through the darkness. Sealed and forgotten, Morgana la Fey stirs in the dark, biding her time to strike against Merlin and Avalon. Once again must the legend of King Arthur awaken, and with the power of the mighty Excalibur, beat back the insufferable darkness once and for all.

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#BlogTour #SilverDaggerBookTours @SDSXXTours / #QandA and #GiveAway : The Universe Chronicles – Claire Davon @ClaireDavon

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Today I’m on the ‘The Universe Chronicles’ blogtour, organised by Silver Dagger Book Tours.
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Claire Davon_262x400Claire can’t remember a time when writing wasn’t part of her life. Growing up, she used to write stories with her friends. As a teenager she started out reading fantasy and science fiction, but her diet quickly changed to romance and happily-ever-after’s. A native of Massachusetts and cold weather, she left all that behind to move to the sun and fun of California, but has always lived no more than twenty miles from the ocean.
In college she studied acting with a minor in creative writing. In hindsight she should have flipped course studies. Before she was published, she sold books on eBay and discovered some of her favorite authors by sampling the goods, which was the perfect solution. Claire has many book-irons in the fire, most notably her urban fantasy series, The Elementals’ Challenge series, but writes contemporary and shifter romances as well as.
While she’s not a movie mogul or actor, she does work in the film industry with her office firmly situated in the 90210 district of Hollywood. Prone to break out into song, she is quick on feet and just as quick with snappy dialogue. In addition to writing she does animal rescue, reads, and goes to movies. She loves to hear from fans, so feel free to drop her a line.

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Tracking Shadows #16 Final 1800x2700_400x600Title: Shifting Auras (The Universe Chronicles Book 1)
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Maya Wingfield was raised to trust no one—least of all the dueling U.S. and Russian paranormal agencies, Universe and Night Stars, who’d love to harness her mind-reading gift.
She thought Richmond a safe place to escape their influence and hide from a rising psychic malevolence that drove her out of San Diego. But when she gets yet another call to retrieve her drunken roommate, her mind shows her an amber-eyed Universe operative with an impenetrable net around his deepest secret—and a voice that sends shock waves of awareness down her nerve endings.
Maya’s curves and aquamarine eyes aren’t the only things that jolt Ian Sanderson’s mental shields, bringing sexual tension thrumming back to life. It’s a power his Universe-trained mind knows he shouldn’t trust. And a vulnerability that makes his telekinetic power burn in his palms to protect her.
But to Universe, she is just one of too many unanswered questions. A target for Whisper, a shadowy new group of paranormals with powers beyond anything Universe has ever seen. Once before, Ian failed to protect a sensitive from a brain-scrambling attack. He will not fail again . . . even if it means using his talent—or his body—to stop a bullet.

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Shifting Auras 1800 x 2700_400x600Title: Tracking Shadows (The Universe Chronicles Book 2)

Since the day Jiana Falco was forced to join the paranormal agency Night Stars, she’s been planning her escape. She uses her bodyguard’s split-second of distraction to vanish into the shadows, and burns the last bridge by saving Quillan Hardis.
But now, locked in Quillan’s muscular arms, pinned by his calculating amber gaze, his invisibility talent shielding them both, she’s in even deeper trouble. If that’s possible.
Quillan didn’t get to Universe Corps’ highest echelons by being a fool. The rare shadow manipulator in his grip is too easy a prize to be anything but a setup. A pretty lure he should send back to Night Stars. Instead, he holds on—and in changing her fate, he seals his own.
Under a secret order to unlock her untapped power—by any means necessary—Quillan takes Jiana on the run with only a precog’s vague direction, and a spark of desire that blooms into something warm and genuine. But her fear of being clawed back into Night Stars’ control could drive Jiana so deep into the shadows nothing will get her out. Not even the light of Quillan’s love.
But her fear of Night Stars could drives Jiana so deep into the shadows nothing can lead her out. Not even the light of Quillan’s love.

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Do you see writing as a career?
Well, it would be nice to actually be able to earn a living at writing but I am not sure if I’d want to give up the day job. Theoretically it sounds nice because my day job is pretty stressful and I get all that time if I was doing nothing but writing but…
1. I can totally see if I were doing nothing but writing becoming a total hermit. I could order food in and basically never leave the house. My day job forces me to interact with dozens of people every day, making sure I don’t turn into a recluse.
2. Frankly, my day job gives me great benefits and that is hard to replace working for yourself. I am nothing if not practical.
Now if I hit the NYT bestseller list and were making six/seven figures on my writing then I’d almost have to reconsider the above. But…let’s just say I’m not there yet.

What do you think about the current publishing market?
Like anything else, it has its good points and bad points.
I think that self-publishing is great in many ways as it allows anyone to have an even playing field in terms of putting out their books. Nobody has to wait and pray that one of the “big six” is going to pick them up so in that sense anyone with an ounce of creativity can get their vision out to the public.
With that comes tons of scammers. That more than anything else bothers me. While the proliferation of self-publishing does create a crowded market and make it hard to stand out, which is a downside, it’s the scammers that really fry me. It’s the people like #copypastecris who steal work and palm it off as their own. It’s the book stuffers who game the system for page reads to get Amazon bonuses. It’s the people who sell books to other people once they are “done” with them so that the new folks can change the names, slap a new cover on the book, and call it original. I work hard—very hard—at my craft and folks like this give self-publishing a bad name.
I’ve had two publishers I very much enjoyed working with fold, and I think it’s very easy for small press publishers to go under. To thrive in this market, you have to be nimble and flow with the tide.
The good news is that there are still big publishers out there if people want to go that route. I have friends who are very happily with Harlequin, St. Martin’s, etc. In many ways we have the best of both worlds.

Do you read yourself and if so what is your favorite genre?
I do read, although these days it is mostly via audio books mainly due to time. I usually stick in the fantasy/paranormal genres, although I also dip into science fiction and very occasionally nonfiction. I think it’s important for a writer to be a reader as well. Not only do we then find out what is going on in our genre but I have been known to solve a problem area in my MS by reading other works. I can’t imagine not reading.

Do you prefer to write in silence or with noise? Why?
I write in the early morning hours, and at that hour there is only silence and the cheep of outside birds. I cannot write with music. Music distracts me because I love it so. So if I have music on I’m bopping along to that. Even classical I find myself lost in the beauty of the symphony. And if a TV is on I find myself straining to hear what is being said. So for me it is silence or nothing.

Do you write one book at a time or do you have several going at a time?
I usually have one story I am writing, although I have been known to juggle two and alternate between them, especially if I have hit a difficult spot with a story. I am almost always also editing another book at the same time. I write fast but the way I write I allow my books to have a lot of filler so the editing takes a bit of time.
Basically
writing – 1,000 words every day (or more), whether one or multiple stories
Editing – at least one chapter of one book, more if I am juggling multiple deadlines

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#BlogTour #SilverDaggerBookTours @SDSXXTours / #GuestPost and #GiveAway : The Vampire’s Curse – J.G. Gatewood @JGGatewood

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Today I’m on the ‘The Vampire’s Curse’ blogtour, organised by Silver Dagger Book Tours.
To promote this book I have some ‘basic’ information, a guest post and a giveaway for you.

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EC Fisher_266x400J.G. Gatewood is the author of the Keepers of the Orbs Fantasy Series and other writing projects. The first three books in the series (The Unknown Man, The Rising Past, A Shadow Within) are available on Amazon, as are his YA Fantasy novel, The Final Offering, and his Sci-Fi short story, Redemption.
When J.G. Gatewood is not writing, he is a full-time Subject Matter Expert and an avid reader.
He lives in Parker, Colorado with his wife of 16 years, and two sons. In what little free time he has remaining, he is usually busy brewing his own beer, crafting his own wine or enjoying a fine cigar.

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The Vampire's CurseTitle: The Vampire’s Curse: Life Eternal
Genre: Adult Urban Fantasy

There’s no other way to say it; cancer is a bitch. When I was fifteen, Doctor’s diagnosed me with a rare brain tumor and gave me five years to live. With my death imminent, I made a deal with the Devil. Well, not the real Devil, but one of his minions for sure. Out of options, I accepted an offer for eternal life. I agreed to become a vampire. And all I had to offer in exchange was one year of service to a Duke named Aldric. What is one year in the grand scheme of things? Especially, when I’d live forever.
Now, two years later, I have a different view of vampires. I live in the shadows and have no contact with any of my friends or family. I hate what I’ve become and If I could go back and do it all over again, I would. To make matters worse, Aldric is summoning me for my one year of service. When I refuse, they hunt me like an animal. I’m run over by a car and witness my mother’s death at the hands of Aldric’s minions. No one stands up to-let alone refuses-Aldric, but enough is enough. I can’t live like this. I’m always watching over my shoulder, and fear each new person I meet is on a mission to kill me. This is not a second lease on life; its torture and the only way it will end is if I kill Aldric. It’s time for him to die.

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Something really interesting that happened to me!

I’m dating myself now, but at the start of my senior year of high school, I was hiking with some friends. I live in a southern suburb of Denver and the Rocky Mountains are literally a forty-five-minute drive away. One day a week into the school year, I was working my job at McDonald’s. Two friends—Nick and Fabian—and I all worked the opening shift which meant we started at 5 AM, but we were done at 1 PM. After our shift, we decided to hang out and all jumped into my best friends car. We started driving west with no destination in mind. An hour later, we were well into the mountains just north of Deckers. We parked in a parking lot near a river and climbed to the top of an outcropping. Just getting to the top, we all almost fell, but we didn’t and made it to the top. We chatted and smoked cigarettes for a time before we realized we needed to head back. Nick, who was an Eagle Scout, gazed over the edge where we made our initial climb and said it was too dangerous to go back that way. He wanted to look for another way. Being the ridiculous seventeen-year-old I was, I thought I was invincible and sent them on their way while I checked it out for myself. The edge was loose granite and I unfortunately slipped. I fell close to forty feet and rolled another hundred (or more feet) before stopping on the side of the hill thanks to a large boulder. Nick and Fabian found me. Flight for Life had to get me and I was the passenger on my first ever helicopter ride. At the end of the day, I broke both arms, broke three ribs, collapsed a lung, lacerated my liver, and crushed 4 vertebrae in my neck (they were almost the same vertebrae that Christopher Reeves broke). I was lucky. I spent twelve weeks in a halo, but have no lasting repercussions. I can walk just fine. I firmly believe Nick’s Eagle Scout training saved my life that day. I don’t remember anything, but Nick told me I wanted to get up, claiming I was fine. He knew I wasn’t and held me on the ground while also splinting my arms until help arrived. He was back then and continues to be my best friend to this day. I’m forever thankful.

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#BlogTour #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #PromoPost : Faeries of Saizia – Tonya L Chaves @cricketsnow

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Today I’m on the ‘Faeries of Saizia’ blogtour, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
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jY9EpPMATonya is from a small town in the Central Valley of California. She studied early childhood education and worked in daycare and preschool for a few years until having children of her own. During a brief time of being a stay at home mom, she picked up the hobby of quilting which she still enjoys today. For the past fourteen years, Tonya has been working in the insurance industry as a licensed agent. While juggling a full-time job, being a wife and mother of three, quilting, and crafting, she somehow managed to write a book; adding author to her collection of titles. Faeries of Saizia is her first published work.

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nvFqlmTAZäria and Avery, two teenage faeries seeking adventure, get more than they bargained for when they start spying on the elves of Eerie Hollow. They discover why the elves are making delectable chocolates in the forest only to be captured by their adversary, Thordon who threatens them into taking on a quest. They run into more trouble while crossing through The Perilous Forest when they meet a witch with her own agenda. Their only hope is to locate an ancient faerie sanctuary they’ve only heard of in legend. Secrets are revealed about Zäria’s parents, which leaves her conflicted and forced to make some tough choices. Just when the fae think their troubles are over, the kingdom of Saizia is in danger of being destroyed. Will Zäria and Avery be able to get help on time? How will they defeat the evil Thordon? Inspired by the author’s children, Faeries of Saizia is a unique story that will instill a love for reading, love for nature, and belief in life’s endless possibilities.

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#BlogTour #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #PromoPost : Henry’s Tale – David Pipe @dfpwriter

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Today I’m on the ‘Henry’s Tale’ blogtour, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
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Uu6A1p_QDavid Pipe was born in 1949 in a small Essex village. He attended a local grammar school then the University of Hull where he took a B.Sc in chemistry. He worked in the pharmaceutical industry in England and South Africa before studying for a PhD in organic chemistry at Imperial College. After spells at universities in Geneva and Mulhouse he joined the oil industry in Germany where, aged 53, he gratefully took a redundancy package. Following a period of self-employment he wound down his business, eventually giving it up to scratch the writing itch which has produced Sacrificing Starlight, a timely reminder of the risks our children face and Henry’s Tale, where ghostwriting for his furry friend he describes the emotional growth of a puppy on the rollercoaster of life, compressed into a few weeks because puppies learn faster than their staff.
When he’s not writing David spends his time travelling, reading, swimming and jogging. He is married and lives in Hamburg with his wife and their Border terrier Henry.

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8xXPX4rQHenry Ford, the cutest Border terrier puppy, lives with his papa Alan and mama Jenny. Alan loves his job, playing golf and above all, Henry. Jenny loves designer clothes, handbags and shoes. She doesn’t love Henry. When Jenny insists on a week of high life on Majorca, Henry’s world takes a nosedive.
An attempted dognap and a traumatic stay in the veterinary clinic leave Henry a sad and confused puppy. Desperately lonely he sets off on an adventure with his friend Bully, a streetwise Essex bulldog, where he meets the beautiful Paula and for the first time experiences the heartbreak of puppy love.
Back at home, his mama and papa’s marriage is on the rocks – will Alan agree to Jenny’s ultimatum? Will he choose Jenny or Henry?

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#BlogTour #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #GuestPost : The Beltane Choice – Nancy Jardine @nansjar @OcelotPress

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Today I’m on the ‘The Beltane Choice’ blogtour, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
To promote this book I have a guest post written by its author, but before I let you read it first some ‘basic’ information.

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aYGe5EowNancy Jardine writes historical fiction; time-travel historical adventure; contemporary mystery thrillers; and romantic comedy. She lives in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, where life is never quiet or boring since she regularly child minds her young grandchildren who happen to be her next-door neighbours. Her garden is often creatively managed by them, though she does all the work! Her husband is a fantastic purveyor of coffee and tea…excellent food and wine! (Restorative, of course)
A member of the Historical Novel Society; Scottish Association of Writers; Federation of Writers Scotland; Romantic Novelists’ Association and the Independent Alliance of Authors, her work has achieved finalist status in UK competitions.

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Y4K051SAAD 71 Northern Roman Britain
Lorcan of the Brigantes knows that unity of the northern tribes is essential when the Ancient Roman legions advance northwards to Brigantia. Yet, everything comes at a price. Using his captive, Nara, as a political bargain with the Selgovae comes with impossible stipulations. Battle at Whorl – Iron Age tribes against the Romans – is inevitable.
Will Nara have her Beltane choice?
The adventures of the Garrigill Clan begin…

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A credible environment?

How easy do you think it would be for a reader to vividly imagine characters in North Britannia surroundings, almost 2000 years ago, if virtually no description was given? Do you think an avid booklover of many genres would have sufficient knowledge to picture the particular scene in The Beltane Choice when my main female character – Nara of the Selgovae – is taken to a crannog as the prisoner of an enemy Brigante? That reader might have a very broad knowledge, and perhaps even have some ideas from having read other Romano/British fiction, but visualising a highly-colourful mosaic-decorated Roman villa would be a completely wrong image for my characters entering a crannog.
Dipping into a concise dictionary gives the following for crannog: lake dwelling – an ancient Celtic settlement in Scotland or Ireland, built on a natural or constructed island in a lake or bog and usually fortified. That would help me a little with the surroundings but it wouldn’t help me picture the actual crannog home. If you had never heard of a crannog before, which of these four possibilities would you choose, and what would make you select that one?
1) low-walled, slate-roofed stone cottage
2) rectangular log-roofed wooden hut
3) house with stone walls and thatched roof
4) round house of entirely wooden construction; low walls and roof thatching over a conical top
As a writer of historical fiction set in an Ancient World setting of so long ago, I feel a really accurate image is crucial to making my characters come alive in their own distinct age and surroundings, and I want my readers to be right in there experiencing everything along with them. The Late Iron-Age dwelling in front of Nara is beautiful in a completely different way from a Roman villa, even if less colourful and more primitive.
I want to ensure my readers are seeing Nara approaching a wooden-built round house with extremely low wattled walls and a very high conical thatched roof. The crannog is constructed on a circular log-lashed platform about three or four metres high above the lake, the platform and house perfectly balanced atop a series of concentric, solid support pillars sunk deep into the lake bed. The water is sloshing gently against the posts, not from tidal reasons since it’s a fresh-water lake, but wind-whipped.
The reasonably long log-walkway leading to the roundhouse is edge-railed to waist height, using only a few thin horizontal poles lashed to stout, pointed support pillars. This provides some basic protection from falling over into the water, especially in inclement weather. Like Nara, I want my readers to see and smell the wood smoke seeping free of the thatching of that high pointed roof, since there’s no chimney, as she gets closer. The walkway she pads along is the main access to the building but it’s also part of the defences. Guards posted at the landward end of the log pathway ensure that no unwanted individuals enter the dwelling and also captives like Nara can’t easily escape. She could dive into the water but a hail of very sharp pointed spears would pierce her before she could surface for breath. A similar fate would befall her if she attempted to scurry down the wooden ladder leading to the tied up skin covered coracle and dug-out log boat. She may be a captive at the outset of the novel but she’s not daft!
I’m extremely pleased that reviewers appreciate the realistic, highly evocative settings, characters and events that I create in The Beltane Choice, Book 1 of my Celtic Fervour Series: a historical saga set in northern Roman Britain in A.D. 71.
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#PublicationDayPush #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #PromoPost : The Worst Couple In The World – Holly Tierney-Bedord @HollyTierney

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Today I’m on the ‘The Worst Couple In The World’ blogtour, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
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G2FXRKngHolly Tierney-Bedord is the author of over twenty books ranging from serious women’s fiction to romantic comedies, domestic thrillers, humor, and cozy mysteries. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

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PP3it7PQNo longer content to just be Snappigram sensations, folk hop singers Zeke and Angelique are ready to move up from coffee house performances to the big stage. With songs like “Uh Huh, Future Baby Mama” and “Don’t Worry About the Bills, Little Missus” there’s pretty much no way they can fail.
But if their musical career takes off, will it leave their love behind?
This satirical novella about an over-the-top fame hungry duo is for fans of David Sedaris and Don DeLillo.

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