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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Tour Kick Off - Ghost of a Chance by @_ani_gonzalez

Paranormal Romance
Date Published: October 7, 2015

B-movie actress turned real estate agent Elizabeth Hunt should have it made. The real estate market is thriving and she had a fabulous house to sell. Too bad the house is in Banshee Creek, a tiny Virginia hamlet that has been recently crowned as the “Most Haunted Town in America.” But with the help of the Banshee Creek Historical Preservation Committee, Elizabeth hopes to put the ghost stories to rest. Her hometown will again be known for its vintage homes, its heirloom apple orchards, and its historical, not phantasmagorical, attributes, and she won’t let anyone, even her long-time crush, Gabe Franco, stand in her way.

Gabe Franco has a big problem. His new marketing campaign for Banshee Creek Cidery is based on one thing, ghosts. But the Historical Preservation Committee nutcases are trying to erase the town’s spookier traditions, and he has to stop them before they render his investment worthless. Unfortunately, the leader of the anti-ghost crusade is all-too-tempting Elizabeth Hunt, his best friend’s sister and the one woman who is strictly off limits. But when sexy real estate agent rallies the townsfolk against him, Gabe wonders if he'll lose his business…or his heart.

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career? Absolutely. It’s a job, same as any other (well, except for the yoga pants). I see myself as a professional writer.

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process? Picking a idea. There’s so many plot bunnies, but only a limited amount of time. I pay attention to what my readers tell me they want. For example, I didn’t intend to write about the Banshee Creek paranormal investigations team, PRoVE, but readers love them. I got so many requests for more Caine and Cassie stories that I created a newsletter-exclusive Ghost Hunters After Dark series. You can get the books by signing up for my newsletter through this link:

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family? So many romance writers and fans helped me. It’s hard to pick just one. It’s an incredibly supportive community and I’m proud to be a part of it.

#4 – What is next for your writing? More Banshee Creek. I will write a couple of more books (there’s a holiday novella, Snowbound with Ghost, coming up!) in that series before starting on my science fiction small town romance series (hot aliens, FBI agents, otherworldly sexytimes…did I say hot aliens?), Crater Lake.

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading? Nalini Singh, Kresley Cole, and Jill Shalvis are my favorite authors. I also love Melissa Blue, Amie Stuart, and Holley Trent. My TBR is epic right now because there’s so many good books out there. It’s a great time to be a romance reader.

DESCRIBE Your Book in 1 Tweet: Steamy Halloween romance with a hunky soldier hero and the girl he loves, but can never have...or can he? Find out in Must Love Ghosts

This or That?

#1 - iPod or Mp3? IPod. I don’t go anywhere without it.

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla? Vanilla…with strawberries…and a biscuit. Okay, it’s strawberry shortcake. My favorite ice cream is strawberry shortcake.

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries? I think this question violates the Geneva Convention. I have to choose just one? Fine, French Fries it is.

#4 – Comedy or Drama? Comedy. I don’t like sad stories. That’s why my books always have happy endings.

#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks? Judith Krantz. I love the over-the-top eighties-style craziness.

#6 – Fantasy or Reality? I’m allergic to reality.

#7 – Call or Text? Text. I’m shy.

#8 – Public School or Home School? Public school.

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate? Hot chocolate.

#10 – eBook or Paperback? Ebook. I still love my paperbacks, but ebooks are so convenient.

Ani Gonzalez loves sexy stories and quirky towns with spooky houses.  She currently lives in Minnesota with her family.

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PROMO Blitz: Fall Into Darkness by @fangedfantasy #excerpt #giveaway

Paranormal Romance
Date Published: November 9, 2015

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Eli lives by his own rules and bows to no one, even when summoned before the Tribunal Seven. They deem the hunter has lost his humanity and sentence the angel to earth with one mission: find some compassion or be condemned to Hell.

Ashley considers herself a freak. With one glance into a person’s eyes, she foresees their death. When an attack brings a handsome stranger to her rescue, she can’t help but be drawn to his steel-blue gaze.

Fate will bring them together but desire could bond them for eternity.


Ashley wandered through Eli’s bedroom, noting how bare it was. Except for a queen four-poster bed, a dresser, and a fireplace, there was nothing else here. She wondered how lonely he must have been to never make a real home in one place. Eva had told her this small cabin in the north woods was always his favorite and that was why she’d asked to be brought here.

After stoking a fire, she donned the short red nightie that hardly covered her breasts and left her long legs exposed. There was no way he could resist, not if he were half as needful as she, and something told her he would be more so. She hoped he’d be so lust ridden he’d complete the bond. Guilt filled her for what she was about to do, but she’d do anything to save him. She’d worry about the aftermath later.

The double-winged tattoo on the back of her hip burned, and she’d learned it meant Eli was close by. Was he watching from a distance? She stepped into the soft light of the fire, knowing it cast a sensual glow across her skin. Yeah, she was pulling out all the stops. A cool breeze whispered across her skin causing her nipples to tighten.

He was here.

She turned, and when her gaze fell upon him standing in the shadows she gasped. His naked chest glistened in the firelight that reflected across the room. A thick rope of muscles coiled just under his skin, and her fingertips itched to touch him. Dark jeans, settled so low on his hips, she could see the dusting of hair that led to his sweet spot. However, it was the massive black wings that stretched out and brushed the ground that really drew her attention. Her fallen angel was dark and sinister, yet every fiber of her being said he’d never harm her. He’d come to her and she was determined to finish what they’d started.

She was determined to save his soul.

“Eli.” She took a step closer.

He flashed a set of fangs. “I’ve never been weak in my entire life, but with you… You are my weakness. Look at me Ashley, I’m one step away from claiming you. Being mated to me will be a fate worse than death.”

Another step. Careful not to scare him off, she stopped short of being able to reach out and touch him. Opening her mind, he could feel everything she did should he choose to. “You’re wrong. Walking away from you would be a worse fate. You’ve touched something deep inside me. Fate brought us together because we need each other.” She took the last step and placed her hands on his chest. He stiffened beneath her touch.

“I need you and I don’t mean just the physical. I mean emotionally as well. You have my heart as well as my body. All of me, it belongs to you.”

His adam’s apple rose and fell then he gripped her waist and tugged her close. He bent his head and slanted his mouth over hers. Sucking her bottom lip through his teeth, he gave a nibble; his fangs gently scraped her sensitive flesh before his tongue slipped inside. She dragged her nails down his chest, and he deepened the kiss. They both became lost in the moment.

Eli broke the kiss and licked his way down her neck and across her clavicle. Ashley tipped her head back on a moan.

“You have on too many clothes,” he whispered.

“Then I suggest you get rid of them,” she urged.

He wasted no time. Gripping the top of her nightie, he ripped it wide open then shoved the satin material off her shoulders and let it drop to the floor. She stood before him, her body bathed in only the firelight.

“You should be laid out on a bed of silk and worshipped. Instead, I tear your clothes from your body.” He unbuttoned his jeans and shoved them to the floor, stepping free from them before he kicked them aside. She started to reach for his erection, but he spun her and pinned her back against the wall. “I can’t stop myself. I’m so damn cold, and I need to feel your warmth wrapped around me.”

“Take what you need.”

About the Author

Award winning and bestselling author Valerie Twombly grew up watching Dark Shadows over her mother's shoulder, and from there her love of the fanged creatures blossomed. Today, Valerie has decided to take her darker, sensual side and put it to paper. When she is not busy creating a world full of steamy, hot men and strong, seductive women, she juggles her time between a full-time job, hubby and her two German Shepherd dogs, in Northern IL. Valerie is a member of Romance Writers of America and Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal Romance Writers. She is also the founder of Sexy Scribblers, a group of romance writers who bring readers new and fresh stories every month.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Tour Kick Off: Seven Dirty Words by @Shy_Tiger

Erotic Romance
Date Published: June 2015

Paige Holmes hides herself in a masculine world in a desperate attempt to remain safe.
Just as she is ready to face her fears and her past, she finds herself torn between Matt Jackson and Vance Ellery: handsome, rich, and safe – or handsome, rich, and dangerous?
Which will she choose?
The one who appears to be the most perfect, or the one who makes her use all Seven Dirty Words?

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?

Definitely. I’ve been working as a freelance writer and editor since 2008, but now I’d like to make fiction writing a full-time career.

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

Editing and waiting for responses from publishers! I hate editing my own work. I can see the typos and plot holes in other people’s stories, but when it comes to my own I have to bring someone else in, otherwise I miss obvious mistakes.

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

A whole group of people! As well as my two best-friends who are probably my harshest critics but my biggest fans, I have to do a big shout out to Yeovil Creative Writers who have critiqued and supported most of my work.

#4 – What is next for your writing?

I’m still writing erotic and contemporary romance, but I also want to get back to my original passion for fantasy and crime. So right now, I’m working on a series of fantasy novels that will be published under a pen name.

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

Of course! I will read pretty much anything. I’ve just finished reading Death Du Jour by Kathy Reichs and am now reading the Game of Thrones books.

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Who would you choose? #contemporary #erotic #romance #lovetriangle #ebook #kindle #amazon

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3?

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla?


#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries?


#4 – Comedy or Drama?


#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks?

Nicholas Sparks

#6 – Fantasy or Reality?


#7 – Call or Text?


#8 – Public School or Home School?


#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Hot Chocolate (although I’d prefer tea!)

#10 – eBook or Paperback?

Paperback. Nothing better than the smell of a new book!

British author, Charlotte Howard, was born in Oman and spent much of the first part of her life flitting between Oman, Scotland, and England. Now settled in Somerset, Charlotte lives with her husband, two children, and growing menagerie of pets.
Her career as a writer began at an early age, with a poem being featured in an anthology for the East Midlands. Since then Charlotte has written many short stories and poems, and finally wrote her first full-length piece of fiction in 2010.
During what little spare time she has, Charlotte enjoys reading and writing (of course), spending time with her family, and watching action movies whilst eating curry and drinking tea.

Charlotte is an active member of Yeovil Creative Writers Group.

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Monday, October 5, 2015

Tour Kick Off: Going Against Type by @Authorsharonb

Contemporary Romance / Romantic Comedy
Date Published: September 23, 2014
Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing

Set against the backdrop of Dublin newspapers, Going Against Type is the story of two rival newspaper columnists, who write under pen names, and unknowingly fall for their arch enemy: each other.
Sports writer Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Regan gets an opportunity to write a new column under the pen name Side Swipe, and is soon drawn into a war of words and wit with a rival paper’s gossip columnist, The Squire,  getting readers and editors talking. 
When Charlotte meets Derry Cullinane, their attraction is instant. But as their relationship develops, they discover there's more at stake than protecting their alter egos

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?
I do see writing as a career. Having started out as a journalist, I know a lot of people weren’t that surprised when I turned to creative writing. But creative writing is a huge leap, to be honest. And it was quite daunting in the beginning, because every new step I took, meant pushing myself out of my comfort zone. Having said that, it’s great fun, and I’m in it for the long haul.

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?
I loved writing my debut; it certainly wasn’t the first novel I ever started, but it was the first one I finished. I suppose the hardest part was making it feel real. It had to feel real for me, so it would feel real for everyone who read it. And much of that is just down to working at it every day.

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family?
I had wonderful readers for my debut, who gave me excellent feedback. They’re all mentioned in my acknowledgements!!

#4 – What is next for your writing?
My second novel is in progress. And I have an idea for my third. What drives me is the need to be better than I am. I’m a firm believer of practice makes…well, if not perfect, then a lot better!

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading?
I was a reader from a young age, and it’s still the way I unwind. I read a lot of so-called ‘women’s fiction’, stuff in my genre, and I also read a lot of literary fiction. I’m currently enjoying ‘Harvest’ by Jim Crace.

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2 rival columnists who unknowingly fall for their arch enemy: each other!

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3?
iPod, although it’s a shared one. I don’t have my own.

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla?
Chocolate, but only if it’s dark.

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries?
Mashed spuds, with real butter.

#4 – Comedy or Drama?
Usually comedy, if it’s done well.

#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks?
Nicholas Sparks.

#6 – Fantasy or Reality?

#7 – Call or Text?
I like to chat, so I’d usually call.

#8 – Public School or Home School?
Public school; I don’t know anything about the latter.

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate
Italian coffee, and I’m damned fussy!

#10 – eBook or Paperback?

I’ll never pick one or the other. I love both – and that’s not diplomacy-speak.

Sharon Black trained as a journalist and worked for The Evening Herald and The Irish Examiner.
She has had short stories published and she won the 2010 Dromineer Literary Festival short story competition.

When she's not writing she reads, walks and sees friends. She loves Italian coffee, theatre and stand up comedy. 
She lives in a Dublin coastal village with her husband and their three children.

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Tour Kick Off: Fires of Man by @ReadDanLevinson

Sci-Fi / Fantasy
Date Published: June 17, 2014

Supposedly the war between Calchis and Orion ended decades ago. But upon reporting to an isolated Orion army base for basic training, Private Stockton Finn learns the war still rages; only the weapons have changed, and Finn has been selected to become one of them.

Across the border, Calchan farm boy Aaron Waverly learns how determined his country is to win the war when he is abducted by a sinister government operative known as Agent. Trapped and learning to use deadly powers he's never before imagined, Aaron struggles to reconcile his ephemeral faith with his harsh new reality.

As the two nations hurtle toward a resurgence of open hostilities, Finn and Aaron, Agent, and two Orion officers and former lovers—Nyne Allen and Kay Barrett—must prepare themselves for the inevitable clash. Meanwhile, Calchan archaeologist Dr. Faith Santia unearths a massive lost temple in the frozen tundra far to the north, which hints that the brewing conflict may only be the first of their worries...

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?

Absolutely I do. It’s the one thing I love to do more than any other. In fact, as far back as 3rd or 4th grade, all I wanted was to be a professional fiction writer.

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

I think for almost any writer one of the most difficult things is taking the raw unfiltered prose of a first draft and refining it into a finished product. I recently completed the 10th and final draft of a young adult fantasy manuscript which I’ve been working on, on and off, for about 3 years – and it’s only about 70,000 words. I’ve rewritten every individual word in that piece at least once, if not twice.

Tl;dr version: Rewrites!

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

I was lucky to have a few people, actually. Jacob Krueger, my screenwriting teacher, who taught me the importance of putting character first. Linda Roberts, who helped me prepare my first book for publication. And editor Tom Jenks, who helped me set new goals for improving my writing craft.

#4 – What is next for your writing?

I’m hard at work on book 3 of the Psionic Earth series, Prophet Rising. That will be released Fall 2016. As I mentioned earlier, I also recently finished a YA fantasy novel, entitled The Ace of Kings. I’m shopping it around now, though I may decide to self-publish.

I’m also working on some screenplays and short stories. Currently debating my next novel project.

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

I do! At a friend’s recommendation, I’m currently reading Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone. Loving it so far.

DESCRIBE Your Book in 1 Tweet:

X-Men meets Full Metal Jacket. Who will win the secret superhuman war?

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3?


#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla?


#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries?

French fries.

#4 – Comedy or Drama?


#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks?

Haven’t read either.

#6 – Fantasy or Reality?


#7 – Call or Text?


#8 – Public School or Home School?

Public school.

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate


#10 – eBook or Paperback?


Dan Levinson is a NY-based writer of speculative fiction. Trained as an actor at NYU's Tisch School of Arts, he also writes for the stage and screen. He grew up immersing himself in fantastical worlds, and now creates them. In addition to the Psionic Earth series, he is also the author of the upcoming YA fantasy novel The Ace of Kings, first book of The Conjurer's Cycle.

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