Monday, August 31, 2015

Warrior of Atlantis is Available

Warrior of Atlantis
The Children of Atlantis, Book 3
by Annie Rachel Cole

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Raven Weir is the daughter of Poseidon and Medusa.  

Raven Weir is the Guardian of Atlantis, the one who stands between the gods and a power that could destroy this world. She is a target for anyone who wants that power.

Raven knows the Byssolarian who kidnapped her is not the brains of the operation, but he is power hungry and dangerous. To get the power he desires, he is willing to destroy everything and everyone standing in his way, including his own people and their underwater city.

He must be stopped.

Raven knows she has to protect the Byssolarians, but what will she have to sacrifice in order to do so?

Will she be able to protect her heart from the Byssolarian warrior who wants to claim it?

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Book Blitz: Cage of Deceit by Jennifer Anne Davis

 Cage of Deceit 
by Jennifer Anne Davis
(Reign of Secrets #1)
Published by: Clean Teen Publishing
Publication date: August 25th 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult

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Jennifer Anne Davis’ best-selling True Reign series captivated readers from the very first page. Now, get ready to become entangled in the follow-up series, Reign of Secrets. In this new series, follow Allyssa, the daughter of the beloved Emperor Darmik and Empress Rema— and find out what happens after happily ever after.

Seventeen-year-old Allyssa appears to be the ideal princess of Emperion—she’s beautiful, elegant, and refined. She spends her days locked in a suffocating cage, otherwise known as royal court. But at night, Allyssa uses her secret persona—that of a vigilante—to hunt down criminals and help her people firsthand.

Unfortunately, her nightly escapades will have to wait because the citizens of Emperion may need saving from something much bigger than common criminals. War is encroaching on their country and in order to protect her people, Allyssa may have to sacrifice her heart. Forced to entertain an alliance through marriage with a handsome prince from a neighboring kingdom, she finds herself feeling even more stifled than before. To make matters worse, the prince has stuck his nosy squire, Jarvik, to watch her every move.

Jarvik is infuriating, bossy and unfortunately, the only person she can turn to when she unveils a heinous plot. Together, the unlikely pair will have to work together to stop an enemy that everyone thought was long gone, one with the power to destroy her family and the people of Emperion. Now the cage Allyssa so longed to break free from might just be the one thing she has to fight to keep intact. In order to save her kingdom, she will have to sacrifice her freedom, her heart, and maybe even her life.

Author Bio

Jennifer graduated from the University of San Diego with a degree in English and a teaching credential. Afterwards, she married her best friend and high school sweetheart. Jennifer is currently a full-time writer and mother of three young children. Her days are spent living in imaginary worlds and fueling her own kids’ creativity.

 Author Interview

What do you feel about the number '13'?
When I was in high school, the first date I had with my now husband, was on Friday the thirteenth! So instead of being freaked out over the number, I love it!!

What's the best thing that happened after your book was published?
I love receiving messages from my readers telling me that my book has touched their lives. There’s nothing better than that!

Do you read reviews of your books?
Always. I want to know what my readers think. If they liked the story, I want to know why so I can make sure I keep doing it!! However, if there was a problem or something they didn’t like, I want to know so I don’t make the same mistake twice!

What is your best or most unforgettable moment with a fan?
I had a girl come up to me, in tears, saying that my book helped her get through some stuff she was dealing with personally. (My book deals with sexual assault, so hearing that I helped someone is beyond words.)

Share us one embarrassing moment you've had.
There’s been so many . . . how to choose only one?

Favorite color? Blue
Favorite movie? Pride and Prejudice
Favorite ice cream flavor? Mint Chip
Favorite song? Christina Perri, A Thousand Years

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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

I just write...

"I just write what I wanted to write. 
I write what amuses me.
It's totally for myself."

      --J.K. Rowling


Monday, August 3, 2015

Book Blitz, Author Interview and Giveaway: Timekeeper Rising

Timekeeper Rising 
by Allyssa Painter
Publication date: August 1st 2015
Genres: Dystopia, Fantasy, 
Young Adult

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Fifty years ago, the sky cried acid and the earth vomited poison, all due to human destruction. Desperate for a savior, the people called out to the Shunned, a group of Fallen angels on Earth, and allowed them to take over. Now the Shunned rule with unspeakable cruelty, manipulating and torturing the humans in every possible way. Marked for death, Iris Ankea will do anything to end their tyranny and rescue her brother and best friend from their clutches. When she learns that she is God’s chosen Timekeeper and has the power to defeat the Shunned, she sets out with the only man who can help her, the one she thinks just might kill her. With a prophecy about her drawing ever near, Iris must race against time to discover her powers before the world, and her life, end. Can Iris force herself to embrace her role and sacrifice herself to save everyone she loves, or will she lose it all?

Author Interview

Who inspires you to write?
I don’t know that anyone actually inspires me to write.  I write because I love it.  But inspirations as far as working so hard on other book-related things: Jennifer Anne Davis (Author of the True Reign Series, The Voice, The Power to See, and her new book, Cage of Deceit); Kiera Cass (Author of the Selection Series and the Siren); and Maggie Stiefvater (Author of the Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy, Scorpio Races, the Raven Cycle, and more).  There are plenty of authors I admire, but these are my main three that inspire me to keep working hard.  Outside of authors, my family and my close friends are invaluable.  I have a wonderful support system that encourages me every step of the way.

Where did you get the idea for Timekeeper Rising?
A conversation in my high school sociology class with Mr. Throckmorton.  We were getting ready to leave and several of us fell into a conversation about what it would be like to watch our lives tick away and to know how every decision we made affected the time we had left.  And that became my idea/plot/basis for The Timekeeper, which became The Timekeeper Duo (Timekeeper Rising and Book 2, Timekeeper Falling).  It obviously evolved to where that is actually not the main point by any standards, but it is still prevalent.  So thanks Throck!


What’s next on your agenda?
Now that Timekeeper Rising has released, I’m turning my focus to Timekeeper Falling, the second in the Duo.  I’ve already finished writing it and editing it, but I’m still working on making it perfect.  I still need critique partners and beta readers to go through it.  And then I need to start working on publishing it.  I’m also working on writing a new series, but I’m at the beginning stages of it, so there’s not much I can tell you about it.  I don’t even know much about it yet!  But if you follow my blog or newsletter, I’ll be sure to let you know about it as soon as I can.

What advice would you give aspiring authors?
Don’t give up.  I know it’s kind of cliché, but seriously.  Being an author isn’t easy.  It’s not just writing a book.  You have to edit/revise/etc. that book, design a cover or hire someone to do so, format the book, make a webpage and various social media accounts, organize a blog tour, and more.  It’s not easy and, though this is my release week for my first novel, I know it doesn’t stop when the book releases.  Not by a long shot.  It’s not easy, but if you really want it, don’t give up.  Don’t let someone convince you that you’re not good enough, strong enough, old enough, etc.  If you really want it, fight for it.  It might take some time, but eventually, you’ll make it.

Allyssa Painter is the author of Timekeeper Rising, the first in the Timekeeper Duo. She graduated from Sissonville High School and attends Concord University for elementary and special education. She dreams of becoming an elementary teacher and continuing to touch the world around her through the novels she writes. In her free time, she enjoys reading fantastical adventures, spending time with her family, and capturing the world around her in photography and writing.

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