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Friday, September 19, 2014

Cover Reveal: Blood Phoenix: Calimed by @AlishaCostanzo #giveaway #excerpt

Blood Phoenix: Claimed by Alisha Costanzo
Urban Fantasy
Date Published: October 17, 2014

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Who knew immortality would be such a bitch.

Boot Camp for Vamps has a new prisoner, and Ria is testing her new world of rules and regulations, fighting her oldest nemesis—conformity. Her key battle is keeping her individuality and hiding her phoenix powers.

With an uptight mentor, an estranged werewolf, and an unlikely band of humans on her side, Ria must first survive her trials, designed to break her by a queen hell bent on making her suffer...let the nightmare begin.


Leaned over the sink, I tried to unravel the knot in my chest. I have changed…

I shook my head to dislodge the thought. Ari stood in the doorway, hip cocked, arms folded across her chest and purple hair pushed out of her face.

“You’re not even going to try to explain? Argue that you’re not different?” Her voice cracked on the last word.

Leaning my hip against the counter, I mimicked her stance, more to keep myself together than anything. “I’m not one of them. Not completely. I’m fighting to keep my humanity.” A small flicker of her normal, wicked self passed behind her eyes. “At least I’m surrounded by good looking men…”

She snorted and her body relaxed. “True that. Still some, eh…” She raised her hand and gave me a so-so sign. “But the queen keeps some high quality meat here.”

I gave into her signature banter with a roll of the eyes. “So, what do you want to know?”

“What did it…” She cleared her throat. “Was it as painful as they show in the movies?”

“Yes and no. It felt like someone boiled me from the inside out.” A simplified version, but Ari didn’t need to know how long it took.

Ari grimaced and looked down. “What does dying feel like?” Her body tensed and relaxed, shifting in the door way with discomfort.

“Peaceful, I guess. It doesn’t really feel like much of anything.” Death had been calm, a perfect moment after the pain of the transition. Living hurt.

“What does blood taste like? I mean, is it good? To you?” She fiddled with the belt loops on her jeans with her fingers.

“Do you honestly want to know?” If I hadn’t already known, I didn’t think I’d want to.

“Yeah. If my best friend is going to be a vamp, I need to know.” Ari looked up at me again with her defiant look. She hoped I’d call it disgusting.

“Each person tastes different. And yes, it’s good. I don’t think I could stand it otherwise.”

“Yeah, I guess you don’t want to suck on a rusty nail, huh?”

Laughing, I said, “No. I’ll take the MSG every time.”

About the Author

Alisha Costanzo is from a Syracuse suburb. She earned her MFA in creative writing from the University of Central Oklahoma, where she currently teaches English. LOVING RED, a Broken World novel, is undergoing serious edits for its 2015 release. And novelette, "Maiden of the Underworld," will be released in anthology, DISTORTED in 2014. In the meantime, she will continue to corrupt young minds, rant about the government, and daydream about her all around nasty creatures.

Author Links

Twitter: @AlishaCostanzo


One signed, physical copy of book one (Blood Phoenix: Rebirth), 5 signed bookmarks, a signed 8x10 Rebirth poster, and an ARC of Blood Phoenix: Claimed.

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Monday, September 15, 2014

Tour Kick Off - Black Hole Bounty by @Sienna_Bronwyn #giveaway

Sci-Fi Romance
Date Published: August 19, 2014
Destiny is written in the stars? Maybe, but when you’re in a black hole you make your own damn destiny.

It’s not every day you get abducted by an alien general, but then, Jerusa Whichab isn’t having an average day. Earth is fading from view and she’s got a decision to make—cooperate with her despotic, yet unnervingly attractive captor or receive an injection of goo. General Toyeb can’t be trusted, and his body-healing, mind-blowing Theta waves leave her panting for more. But what choice does she have if she’s to stay alive?   

None, if enemy bounty hunter Berwyck dal Korth has his way. Intent on capturing Jerusa, he performs a binding ritual to ensure she cannot escape him—a ritual with unforeseen side effects for both of them. Forced into hostile proximity, Berwyck and Jerusa battle to subdue their rising attraction, but will they conquer their desire—or succumb?

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?

Most definitely! It took me a while to find my true vocation but now that I have, I cannot fathom going back to my office job. I write full-time, from 9 to 5, and sometimes, when the story won’t let me go, I might not get to bed until the small hours of the morning. It’s my passion and my career, trumped only by being mother to two wonderful girls and wife to the most patient, understanding man I know. 

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?

Without a doubt, with Black Hole Bounty it was turning off my desk top at a sensible hour. My characters were impatient to appear on the page. They had conversations in my head and nagged at me to write them when I was cooking, picking up the kids from school or trying to disconnect and watch a film with my husband. Eventually I gave up attempting to ignore their voices and wrote my first 90K word draft in 8 days. My fingers ached and my wrists hurt like hell every morning and that, I think, was the hardest part of my writing process.   

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family?

My first two novels were contemporary stories under my pen name, Elise Alden ( For those books, several people were instrumental. By the time I wrote Black Hole Bounty, I was feeling more confident about telling my stories and just went for it. I knew I’d have to self-edit, re-draft, re-write and put in hours of work, but I’d done it twice before and wasn’t daunted by the task. I found the Science Fiction Romance Brigade to be great help whenever I had questions about the genre.

#4 – What is next for your writing?

I’m currently working on Book Two in the Black Hole Bounty trilogy, Supernova Secret, and outlining another science fiction romance to follow. As a new author, I’m learning how to balance my time and the different genres I write in. That means taking turns between writing a speculative romance such those in the Black Hole Bounty trilogy with another new adult or contemporary under my pen name Elise Alden.

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading?

Since I was a little girl I have been absolutely, 100% addicted to reading. If anybody were to ask me what I miss most from my pre-writerly life it would be not having enough time to read like I used to. I have a TBR pile as high as Orion, but between writing my own novels and reading others, I always choose to write. However, I just returned from holiday, where I enjoyed Nebula Nights on my Kindle, a bundle of 11 science fiction romance books by authors like Lynn Brittan, Cynthia Pomranz, Veronica Scott, Cathryn Cade, and loads of other authors I love.  Bliss!

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Destiny is written in the stars? Maybe, but Jerusa Whichab’s been abducted through a black hole and she’ll make her own damn destiny!

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3? I was just given an iPd but am too lazy to put any music on it.

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla? Vanilla, every time. Homemade, made with double cream infused with vanilla scraped straight from the pod.

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries? Can’t imagine life without taking out my frustrations on ‘taters. Add butter, cream, herbs, a hint of mature cheddar…yum! (Are you trying to derail my diet?)

#4 – Comedy or Drama? Love them both.

#5 – iPhone or Droid? Meh…as long as it works I don’t care.

#6 – Fantasy or Reality? Again, I like both, and it depends on my mood. I can get lost in a fantastical world or a scenario full of gritty realism.  

#7 – Call or Text? Call! I’d rather speak to people than send a text.

#8 – Summer or Winter? Hmmm, the seasons that speak to me are spring and autumn, with the latter being my favourite time of year.

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate? Splash a dram of whisky in there and I’ll drink it.

#10 – eBook or Paperback?  I love reading and I don’t care if it’s on a papyrus, the wall or a hand held electronic device. But for ease and travel, I prefer my Kindle e-books, and for admiring beautiful covers and spines on my book shelves, smelling ink and tree bark, paperbacks give me that extra thrill. 

I grew up in tropical Panama, where the confluence of sea, sand, and too much coconut water converged to inspire me with wander lust. I’ve lived on three different continents and done a few things I hope my children never find out about—or my mother for that matter! I am now settled in the congealed climes of northern Britain, where cold nights, dark skies and a perfect view of the stars have inspired my imagination to wander farther than ever before. Space fascinates me, and I love thinking up different planets and creating characters who don’t meet the traditional view of heroes or heroines, people who have to overcome their prejudices or battle the odds to find their happy every after—with a few sexy surprises thrown in!    
Twitter: @Sienna_Bronwyn

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PROMO: Thrills and Suspense $0.99 Sale #LFFF #giveaway

Captured Lies by Maggie Thom (October 2012)
Darkness Follows by Emerald O'Brien (May 2014)
The Feeder by Mandy White (December 2013)
First to Fall by Carys Jones (August 2014)



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She was kidnapped not once but twice and now someone wants her dead because of it....

Her life was a lie!

Bailey knew her upbringing wasn’t normal but she’s worked hard to stabilize her life. At 29, she finally has a good business, a stable home; her life is miles from that of her childhood. Then suddenly her mother dies, leaving a gaping hole and a discovery that they may not even be related. If Guy, the private investigator is to be believed, her life is a lie. Using the skills she learned on the streets, Bailey travels back through a sketchy and dangerous past, to find answers. Dodging bullets, staying ahead of those who want her dead and convincing Guy she can do it alone, are making it difficult to discover not only the secrets of her mother’s past but that of a family claiming she is theirs.

Everyone seems to have a story... but who’s telling the truth? And who wants her dead? Is Guy part of the solution? Or part of the problem? To discover the facts, she’ll have to untangle a web of deceit, lies, and secrets, dating back over thirty years.

But can she do it in time...



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Grief transforms a law-abiding citizen into a serial killer on a quest for vengeance. Is it possible to return to a ‘normal’ life after committing acts most unspeakable?

A killer stalks the streets of Los Angeles. Victims of the butcher known as ‘The Feeder’ are mutilated while still alive, with parts severed and inserted in their mouths.

When Camille places a drunken birthday phone call to her twin, Sammie becomes worried about her safety and flies to Los Angeles to bring her home. After finding the aspiring actress-turned-prostitute slaughtered in a hotel room, grief-stricken Sammie steps into the role of copycat killer. Suspecting that the killer is Camille’s abusive boyfriend, Sammie embarks on a bloody quest for revenge, copying the modus operandi of a brutal serial killer known as The Feeder. Walking the streets disguised as Camille, Sammie resolves to lure the real Feeder out of hiding. Sammie seeks out drug dealers, pimps, rapists – all men who caused harm to Camille. The men are found disemboweled, force-fed their own genitalia and carved up like human Picassos. The bloodbath will not end until Camille’s murder has been avenged.

The Feeder gives brutality a new meaning…

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What if the hiding spot you escape to becomes more dangerous than the place you ran from? Aurina Patrick is an ambitious young woman, whose only mistake was letting someone get too close. The day she is brought into the police department for questioning, her life changes forever. When Aurina discovers that someone she trusts has involved her in a series of murder investigations, her sister Ryanne joins her in a search for the truth. As the situation unravels, the Patrick sisters realize their lives could be in jeopardy. When the sisters are taken to a remote location, the struggle for safety truly begins.



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Aiden Connelly’s first case…

Lawyer Aiden Connelly has traded the frenzy of Chicago for a slower pace in sleepy Avalon – and his first case appears to be as open-and-shut as he could hope for. Hired to defend a local ex-beauty queen accused of murdering her husband, he’s confident that he’ll have the case closed in record time. But below the surface lurks a darker truth…

Will be one he’ll never forget.

Suddenly, a quiet backwater has transformed into a dangerous pressure cooker. In a town where everyone knows everyone, gathering evidence should be easy… but the harder Aiden searches, the more he appreciates how tangled this net of loyalties is. And as he digs deeper, Aiden begins to realise that his very first case in Avalon could be the beginning of his undoing…

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Saturday, September 13, 2014

PROMO Blitz: Goodbye John by @Kshitijb44 #excerpt #giveaway

Goodbye John by Kshitij
Date Published: September 15, 2014

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Livia’s world falls to pieces when her husband, John, a thriving heart surgeon, mysteriously disappears from a remote motel in Verona on the day of their wedding anniversary. A year has gone by, and it’s the same day again. A hiss in the air, a knock at the door, and a sumptuous cake inside the oven are all promises that John will be back. But what he brings along is a terrifying gift she’d rather not live with.

Goodbye John is an uncanny tale of love, deception, and revenge.


Each tombstone carved in white marble shone barely enough to display the name of the inhabitant. She carefully walked in the sloppy mud, reading the name written on each grave. Her pumps were smeared and the heel of her right shoe was broken due to walking on serrated terrain, but she didn’t stop out of desperation to get the ordeal over with. Eventually, she sighted the headstone with the name of her husband engraved on it. Her nerves hastened. She got the packet out through the pocket stitched in her red skirt and put it beside the stone. She slipped the shovel from her hand, thinking that it would be an abhorrent task to do, to unbury the dead, but then recognized she could not leave his dead heart away from his body. Livia sniveled as her trembling hands again reached towards the tool. She fisted the shovel, tightening her grip.

One last look before I do this.

With a deep grasp, Livia struck the mud with an immense force. Lightening blazed the sky, accompanied by enormous thunder, as she found herself completely drenched in rain. Her mind was abandoned of thoughts, as she relentlessly dug the wet earth, and continued with full vigor till the glimpse of the grey coffin emerged underneath the brown, sticky soil. She smiled and laughed hysterically before bursting into a stream of tears. She did not want to do this but all she craved was to visit or being visited by John. And here she was, standing at his doorstep. The puny tears merged into rain drops while she recalled their first meeting.

It was one vivid afternoon, when the eyes of a chemical assistant met with those of a teenage girl, jazzy and shy at the same time, sashaying towards his shop. His heart pounded with every step she took: her long, fair legs, fluorescent mini with a red tie up around her waist, perfect curves and those curls, barely showing her cat eyes. The funky hat appeared as an unblemished crown on her sleek golden hair. He never thought such a thing existed. He never thought he would ever waste his time falling in love until she came along. She fumbled while asking for the meds, watching him staring at her with an utter sense of curiosity, and then played around with her curls, before offering a smile, the smile that bowled him over. He wanted her that very moment. The naive yet curious teenager felt the same. They just kissed, forgetting everything and everyone, and with that, they started a long, wild, and passionate affair, based on love and carnality.

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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Week Blitz: Wounded by @TheShannonMayer #excerpt & #giveaway

Wounded by Shannon Mayer
(A Rylee Adamson Novel, Book 8)
Paranormal Romance
Date Published: September 9, 2014

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"My name is Rylee and I am a Tracker."

When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I'm the one they call. I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones. I salvage what they cannot.

The clock is ticking and I can feel the weight of the final battle with the demon hordes looming over my head. The puzzle pieces are becoming clearer, but the casualty list is growing. And with each name that is added to those we've lost, my confidence cracks a little more.

Yet there is hope.

A child saved.

A life lost.

A prophecy fulfilled.



“You don’t think that all of the disasters that humanity has faced were all natural, do you? The bubonic plague is a good example. It was blamed on a number of things. Rats, the Jewish people, punishment from God. It all led to a cleansing of anything unusual. Mostly supernaturals, who were trying to blend in, and in that process the humans wiped out many of their best defenders against the demon population, which then went on to spread the plague across the world. But that is just one example.”

“What was the point though, wouldn’t the demons have wanted people to be alive so they could possess them?” Liam asked.

Erik gave a ruthful smile. “Yes and no. The bubonic plague wasn’t so much about killing people off, as it was infecting them. Making them weak and easier to possess. The plague compromised their immune systems, allowing them to be taken over. Especially the young.”

Something about what Erik said sent a twang through my brain. I struggled to put the pieces together that floated just out of reach. Damn it. Liam touched my arm. “What?”

I closed my eyes and pressed my palms into them, blocking out any light. “Just let me think for a minute.”

The feel of the night air and the sound of the fountain filled my ears as I looked at the pieces one by one.

Demons escaped in London who bred fast.

Minor supernaturals were being possessed by lesser demons and evil spirits.

Packs of Orion’s demons were free to cause chaos.

The only thing we were missing was a plague and then Orion would have access to all the young people he wanted. The urge to vomit swelled up through my stomach and burned the back of my throat.

“Children are normally hard to possess, aren’t they?” That was why it had taken a full pentagram when the black coven was trying to have India possessed so many months ago. At least, that was what I understood.

Bert bobbed his head. “Yes, it can be very difficult to possess a child. There is a natural protection over the young when it comes to demons, something the elementals put into play.” He grimaced as he said ‘elemental’ and again I wondered at these particular supernaturals that I’d only just been hearing about. “But when the small humans are ill, that protection goes into keeping them alive, rather than keeping them from being possessed.”

Feeling like a bully, but not really caring, I leaned in to Bert. “How did the bubonic plague really start?”

An interesting thing happened. Bert paled and shook his head. “I can’t tell you.”

My eyebrows shot up and I glanced at Erik. “You want to make him talk, or do you want me to make him talk?”

Erik shrugged. “Either way is fine. I haven’t interrogated a demon in years. I’ve missed it.”

Bert paled even more and his lower lip trembled. “I can’t tell you. I can’t. Tracker, Slayer both of you have to trust me. Please.”

“Begging will get you nowhere, little demon.” Erik growled. He had a short, serrated knife in his hand that he’d pulled from somewhere within his robes. It was curved, like a skinning knife, and if it hadn’t been for the rough edges that’s what I would have called it.

“Track demons and evil spirits.” Bert blurted out as he fell to his knees. “Proof I am on your side. Track them; you’ll see it isn’t me fooling you.”

Erik paused and looked over at me. “Up to you. Personally, I’d just as soon dice him up.”

“Fuck, why not, Tracking will take me two seconds.” I grumbled.

I send out a thread to Track demons as a whole, paired with a thread for evil spirits, just to satisfy—

Holy. Fucking. Hell.

I swayed on my feet and went to one knee, the overwhelming wash of pings I got back seriously making me re-think getting out of bed the day before.

We were surrounded by Orion’s minions.

Hundreds of them.

About the Author

Shannon Mayer lives in the southwestern tip of Canada with her husband, dog, cats, horse, and cows. When not writing she spends her time staring at immense amounts of rain, herding old people (similar to herding cats) and attempting to stay out of trouble. Especially that last is difficult for her.

She is the author of the The Rylee Adamson Novels, The Nevermore Trilogy, A Celtic Legacy series and several contemporary romances.  Please visit her website at  for more information on her novels.

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Monday, September 8, 2014

Tour Kick Off - The Burden of Souls by Andy Monk

Sci-Fi / Dark Fantasy
Date Published:September 2014
  Small Town, Dark Heart…
A long way from anywhere, on a road going nowhere, lays a small, unremarkable town. It seems a peaceable, prosperous little place, on the surface at least.
Away from prying eyes however, in the shadows and the forgotten corners, there is a web being weaved through the lives of its inhabitants by the town’s urbane and mysterious Mayor. A man prepared to make a deal for your heart's desire and, maybe, for your very soul…
Welcome to Hawker’s Drift, a town where nothing is quite as it seems…

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?

That is the dream – it’s more rewarding, the hours are better and no one shouts at me if I spend too long staring out of the window! However, if I quit the “proper” job I fear I’d very quickly be living on the streets with all my worldly possessions in a supermarket carrier bag. I would love to be able to make a living from writing, but with a mortgage to pay, plus a hungry girlfriend and a high maintenance goldfish to support, I have to be realistic.

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?

Self-discipline. Being a bit of a day-dreamer (or a lazy good for nothing wastrel if you prefer) actually getting the hours in at the typeface can be a struggle. As much as I enjoy writing, sometimes it can be a slog, some scenes just don’t want to be written, some characters just won’t come to life and some pieces of dialogue just fall flat no matter what (much like most of my after dinner anecdotes). Finding the will power to stick with it when the going gets tough and ignoring the distractions of day to day life is probably the biggest hurdle I have to face as a writer.

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family?

Oh dear. This is going to sound a bit conceited, but not really no. Writing has always been a very private process for me. I shut the bedroom door, power up the PC and hack out the words. It took my 12 years to write my first series of books (In the Absence of Light) and aside from my partner, none of my friends and family even knew I was writing them.

#4 – What is next for your writing?

I’m currently working on my second Hawker’s Drift novel, The Path of the World, which I hope to have published in the first half of next year. I’m also playing with a few ideas for a fantasy book after that, though I try to stick to one project at a time – being a man I’m rubbish at multi-tasking.

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading?

I used to read avidly as a kid, every week I’d rush down to the library, take out four novels, read the lot and be back again the following week for more. I largely blame this for my spectacularly average exam results. Stephen King was just so much more interesting and relevant than trigonometry revision (don’t think anyone can argue with that).

I haven’t got the time to read as much as that anymore, but I have a book on the go all the time. I’m currently working my way through Joe Abercrombie’s fantasy books, very dark and bloody. Haven’t read any fantasy for a while, but I’m really enjoying these.

DESCRIBE Your Book in 1 Tweet: A small town with a dark heart, where nothing is quite as it seems & every soul has a price.

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3?  Mp3  (The Cult of Apple makes me nervous).

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla? Chocolate (though ideally both together)

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries? Fries

#4 – Comedy or Drama? Drama

#5 – iPhone or Droid? Droid (see 1)

#6 – Fantasy or Reality? Fantasy (Reality sucks, for example, in the real world I’ve never won the lottery!)

#7 – Call or Text? Text (I have a phobia about talking to people if I can’t see their eyes. It’s just wrong. No, really…)

#8 – Summer or Winter? Summer (Ever been to Britain in the winter?)

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate? Hot chocolate (coffee is noxious puddle water – how do people drink the stuff?)

#10 – eBook or Paperback? (eBook)

Andy Monk lives in London with his partner and their goldfish.
After a high-flying academic career and glittering success in professional sport, followed by a jet-set lifestyle of wild parties, exotic holidays and beautiful women, he settled down to write internationally acclaimed best-selling novels.
Andy Monk has a tendency to exaggerate and has an occasionally tenuous grip on reality.
He does, however, have a goldfish.

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