Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Blog Tour and Interview with @harlow_hayes, Author of 27 Revelations + Enter the #giveaway

Contemporary Women’s Fiction
Date Published: 04.11.2017

Mara Goodwin is a professional keeper of secrets, or that is what she intends to be. As a counseling psychology student at Northwestern, Mara’s ambition is unrivaled. She has the grades, the compassion, and the dedication, everything she needs to gain entry into the clinical psychology program.
However, after a traumatic experience leaves Mara in a state of mental distress, she finds herself keeping more secrets than she intended, most of them her own. Finding herself in trouble with the law, her dreams of being a therapist are jeopardized and as a consequence, Mara is ultimately forced into group therapy. While in therapy, Mara holds on to her secrets with a death grip, but when life comes full circle, her past is revealed and with it the potential to destroy her future career, her friendships, and ultimately herself.
Mara is a fighter, even if she doesn’t know it yet, but with each attempt to salvage what she can of her broken life, she is met with a consistent punch to the gut. After being pushed to the edge by meddling roommates, a persistent ex-boyfriend, and a potential new boyfriend, Mara comes to the precipice of her destruction. Yet with her destruction also comes her rebirth, and revelations of love, pain, and growth.


Is There a Message in Your Novel That You Want Readers to Grasp?
I want readers to understand that mental and emotional pain is very real, but it can be overcome. Pain is something that we all have to deal with at some point in our lives, and the way that we process it will vary greatly from person to person. With our lives being so busy it is easy for us to get caught up in our own little world but I hope that as people read the novel and connect with the characters, they also connect with the people around them, and think about what it means to be sympathetic and empathetic.

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?
Editing is usually the most challenging part of my writing. I usually write about things that are very difficult to discuss openly with most people, but I have to make sure that I am not holding back in my writing. It is easy for me to read something I have written and want to take it back for fear of it being “too much”, but that wouldn’t be authentic. When I am editing I have to make sure that I am being honest, and not editing out the truth that makes the story a good story.

How many books have you written and which is your favorite?
I have only written “27 Revelations” but I am currently working on my second novel and a novella, but I feel that my second novel may be my favorite because for me it is the most personal.

If You had the chance to cast your main character from Hollywood today, who would you pick and why?
Ha ha! I honestly couldn’t tell you. I honestly don’t believe that there is an actress that is known that could effectively play Mara and successfully embody all of her complexities.

When did you begin writing?
I have always loved writing since I was a child but I didn’t seriously start writing until 2012.

How long did it take to complete your first book?
I got the idea for “27 Revelations” in 2013. However I didn’t actually start outlining and writing until 2014, and I finished the first draft in July of 2015. The fourth and final draft was completed in spring of 2016, then it was sent off for professional editing in the fall of 2016. So it has been at least three years from start to publication.

Did you have an author who inspired you to become a writer?
I admire a lot of writers but there isn’t one who inspired me to write. I think that writing has just always been something that I have loved since I was a kids so it comes naturally.

What is your favorite part of the writing process?
Character creation. That is my favorite part. There is nothing more satisfying than writing and having a character take off in its own direction. I believe that is how you know you’ve done a good job with character development. When you don’t have to think so hard about what your character will do next because their personality and past actions drive the story forward naturally.

Describe your latest book in 4 words.
Honest, insightful, intimate, and revealing.

Can you share a little bit about your current work or what is in the future for your writing?
 I am currently working on my second full length novel “On Walnut and Kirkwood” (working title), and a novella, “Sugar Lane”. The novel will focus on two college sweethearts who have recently separated after nine years of marriage as they navigate their new relationship status after unfortunate circumstances force them to interact in the town of their alma mater. Then “Sugar Lane” will focus on a quiet residential neighborhood outside Memphis, TN where life isn’t as sweet as people want it to be as relationships between neighbors become strained due to jealousy and other personal indiscretions. I hope to release the novel at the end of 2017 or early 2018. The novella I hope to release shortly afterwards.

Harlow Hayes was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. She has always had a passion for writing and storytelling in its many forms, and when she’s not immersed in her writing, she enjoys reading both fiction and non-fiction, watching movies, and listening to music. She currently lives in Chattanooga, TN. 27 Revelations is her first novel.

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Monday, March 27, 2017

Book Tour: B-Boy Series by @sbrioneslim #interview and #giveaway

New Adult/Sports Romance
Date Published: May 31, 2016, June 28, 2016 and Feb 14, 2017
 Publisher: Limitless Publishing

Breaking Promises (B-boy 1)
After a devastating accident, Aurora Crane's collegiate gymnastics career comes to an abrupt end… 

Fighting to piece her life back together, Aurora packs up and transfers to California State to start anew. When she arrives, her focus is on schoolwork and choosing a new career. But to her surprise, destiny has other plans… 

Sucked into the world of competitive breakdancing, Aurora comes toe-to-toe with the hottest B-Boy of them all… 

An arrogant hothead, Mitch Adachi—or B-Boy Kickwit as he is more commonly known—has life all figured out. He breakdances all day, practicing for upcoming competitions that are sure to challenge his skills—which means he has no time for distractions. 

When the new girl steps into the scene, he sees an opportunity he can’t pass up… 

Besides finding Aurora devastatingly attractive, he can’t help but notice her skills. He quickly develops high hopes for the ex-gymnast, seeing her as the perfect potential crewmember for the impending high stakes Battle of the Crews competition. All she needs is some fine-tuning. 

When the two commit to a business relationship, a different kind of passion kicks into high gear. There’s no denying they groove well together, but there’s a chance mixing high-stakes competition with a fierce romance might lead to… 

Breaking Promises. 

Breaking Hearts (B-boy 2)
Estelle Donovan knew college would force her out of her wallflower ways—but she never dreamed how far…

Known as shy and insecure, eighteen-year-old Estelle left for college with the hope it would bring an adventure of excitement and discovery, and give her plenty of room to spread her wings. But she couldn't have predicted how many changes she’d face—or that one of them would be named Jacob…

Jacob Silas—or B-Boy Spinja, as he’s called—isn’t just another college heartthrob…

After meeting Jacob, Estelle is determined to win his heart. When she stumbles into his world of breakdance, she falls in love with its culture, music, people, and most of all—the realm of competitive dance. For once in her life, the spotlight shines on her, forcing her out of her introvert ways.

But just like life, love is unpredictable…

When Estelle’s plan to win over Jacob backfires, even a new, exciting life can’t heal her broken heart. And as the years pass, Estelle lives with heartache of a once in a lifetime love slipping through her fingers.

Will they ever have a second chance at love? Or will Jacob continue with his dangerous trend of…

Breaking Hearts?

Breaking Free (B-boy 3)
A one-night stand that changes her life forever…

Mallory Carmichael is a pianist who just lost out on the biggest solo of her life. To ease the sting, she heads to the club, where she meets Asher Nolan—a sexy dancer with wicked confidence in his eyes. Mallory loses herself in a night of carefree passion. Little did she know that one hookup could turn her world upside down.

A man who knows what he wants, and how to get it…

Asher—or B-boy Hellhound as he is known in the breakdance scene—is a TV and movie star. He’s used to winning…until his breakdancing game spirals out of control.

After an uncharacteristic loss, Asher becomes convinced the mysterious girl from the club jinxed him. Wanting to reverse the hex, he searches for her online, and it’s not long before #Search4Mallory goes viral.

Mallory didn’t think she’d ever see Asher again, but when she discovers he’s searching for her, she agrees to meet…and quickly regrets it.

She soon discovers how crazy a man like Asher can make her…

Asher convinces Mallory to help him find a supernatural cure for the “hookup jinx.” Navigating the world of mysticism may be challenging, but it’s even harder for them to ignore their growing attraction.

Can Asher ignore the temptation to hook up with his ‘jinx’ once again?

Will Mallory find the right balance between her crazy rehearsal schedule and helping Asher?

One thing is for sure, the only way to get over this hex is by Breaking Free. 


Is There a Message in Your Novel That You Want Readers to Grasp?

I am a sucker for underdog stories, and each book in the series has an element of that theme. The main message I want my readers to grasp is – Never doubt yourself, because you will be surprised at just how much you can achieve. 

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

The most challenging thing I face is shutting up the critic living inside my brain. I’d never let anybody speak to me that way in real life, but yet here I am giving myself not-so-productive criticism—I am really hard on myself. 

How many books have you written and which is your favorite?

Counting the rewrite for my first novel, Green, I have written 18 books altogether—this does not include my 6 or so unfinished manuscripts :)
My favorite book has to be Palace Hills. It was the book that got me my first book deal and it is a tearjerker like no other!

If You had the chance to cast your main character from Hollywood today, who would you pick and why?

For Breaking Promises, I’d say B-boy Cloud (Daniel Campos) would make an awesome Mitch Adachi. You might remember him from Step Up 3.

When did you begin writing?

I began writing my first stories at age eight.

How long did it take to complete your first book?

It took me about 2 months of working non-stop to get the first draft and revisions complete.

Did you have an author who inspired you to become a writer?

This question is so hard! I’ll have to say every single author who I’ve read and/or met has inspired me in some way or another.  

What is your favorite part of the writing process?

I’d have to say first revisions. I love reading the story as a whole and knit picking everything I’d love to change.

Describe your latest book in 4 words.

Dancing in da house! (haha)

Can you share a little bit about your current work or what is in the future for your writing?

I am currently writing a YA novel from a male’s POV. It’s funny because my first book ever was YA, but after years of writing Contemporary Romance and New Adult, it’s a bit hard not to cuss or write such explicit love scenes anymore ;)  

Author Bio:
Thanks to her Mom’s unwavering devotion to read a childhood bedtime story to her every single night, S. BRIONES LIM’s love for books began before she could even speak.
Raised in Southern California, Lim initially dreamt of becoming an artist. After a Psychology Degree (Summa cum Laude), a stint in Art School, and a career in Advertising/Media she is finally diving back into her first love – books. As a self-renowned bookworm, Lim’s love for reading has inspired her to pen her own novels and hopes her readers will fall in love with her stories as much as she enjoys writing them.
Her obsessions include time with family, Cherry Coke, popcorn with jalapeños, watching movies and her dogs, Tobi and Roscoe. She currently lives in Virginia with her husband.

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PROMO Blitz: Kane Moss: A Tale of Reckoning by C.D. Tuttle

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Kane Moss, a rather large, easygoing cowboy who would prefer to be left alone, finds himself leading a small posse on a bloody trail of reckoning.

Their remote Wyoming mountain village burned and pillaged by a murderous gang they are charged by their elders to find the gang and take their retribution. Little did they know that their pursuit would take them from their small mountain village to Ojinaga, Mexico. Kane Moss is no stranger to trouble. He has travelled a considerable part of the West riding shotgun on stages and participating in posses hunting for stage robbers. He has a strong code of honor learned from his upbringing and tries to do right. Sometimes naïve in trusting others he makes blunders, but always manages to come out on top. His determination is one to be reckoned with. Klatchard Bordiaz, leader of the murderous gang is a man full of hatred and contempt for anyone who has earned a decent life. He is intemperate and unrestrained having viciously killed his first man at the age of fourteen. He commands a large gang of murderers and thieves known as the Klatch Gang. On their way back to Ojinaga from a cattle drive to Montana they attack a small mountain village in the Medicine Bow Mountains of Wyoming Territory. Burning, raping and plundering the residents of this unsuspecting mountain village they stir up a hornet’s nest of angry mountain folks who are unforgiving when done wrong.

Among Kane’s posse is a young woman, Sarah Jane, who lost a brother and sister in the raid on their village. She is a determined woman and will be put down by no man. Nothing will stand in the way of her seeking revenge on the Klatch gang.

Sometimes humorous and rollicking, at other times deadly serious, their determination never fades. Through false leads, blunders and marauding Indians they manage to catch up to the raiders in the lawless village of Ojinaga. Here they find they are also up against the Mexican Rurales. The odds of success are overwhelmingly against them as Kane Moss and his small posse faces the intemperate and cold-blooded Klatchard Bordiaz, a much-feared vicious killer and gang leader.

About the Author

C. D. Tuttle was born and raised in Central Oklahoma. Through learning from his great grandmother, who was in the Oklahoma land rush of 1891, and the experiences of his father, he developed a passionate interest in the old West. He spent his formative years on a farm in Lincoln County, Oklahoma. Well educated in the sciences, he spent his professional life as a geologist, zoologist and naturalist. Throughout his travels to wild places around the world, he never lost touch with his Western upbringing. He has resided on the western slope of Colorado for the past 20 years.

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Sunday, March 26, 2017

PROMO Blitz: Butterfly Serenade from @AuthorJuliannaD #newadult #romance #excerpt

New Adult Romance, Contemporary Romance
Date Published:  1/15/2017

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Whore. Slut. Tramp.

I don’t want to believe the words, but they’re true. Having sex with strangers temporarily affords me the necessary control to quiet the demons from my nightmares. But each unfulfilling encounter leaves me more emotionally empty than before. I’m trapped in a dead, brown shell, unable to break free.

Until the day he walks into my life.

Colin is everything that's good and pure–a beacon of light to my dark, lost soul. His music is a soothing balm, warming long-frozen places inside me. His kindness disarms me, making me long for more. But to have more, I’d need to reveal the horrors of my past.

And I can’t tell anyone. It’ll tear me apart.


I’ve been waiting for her all my life.

From the moment I laid eyes her, I knew Rose was my soul mate. I’m drawn to her inner beauty and yearn to show her the love she’s never known. The pain reflected in her lovely amber eyes rouses emotions deep within me, stirring the music in my soul and making my fingers take flight over the keyboard.

But Rose is a woman holding closely guarded secrets.

More than my next breath, I want to quell the haunted look in her eyes ... heal her broken spirit and make her whole again. She doesn't believe that's possible. But I won't give up.
Not until she lets me love her–all of her.

Warning: Contains graphic descriptions of abuse that may distress some readers.


Chapter 1


I slide the last box of my belongings out of the back seat of Olivia's car and close the door with my hip. For a moment, I stand there breathing deeply of the fresh pine-scented mountain air. In the distance, beyond the brick building that houses our dorm, the majestic San Francisco peaks rise up in their cloak of foggy clouds to meet a clear blue sky. It's good to be back at Northern Arizona University. The city of Flagstaff and this school have been my haven since I left my old life behind two years ago. I don't miss it. No one in their right mind would. It was nothing short of hell. In a way, my life didn't really start until I moved here. It's still far from perfect, but whose life is? At least it's mine to live now, and no one can make me do anything I don't want to.

Funny that I lived that old life just two short hours away from here, yet no one I used to know has ever tried to find me–or if they tried, they haven't been successful. I'm glad. I don't want to see anyone from that time. No, that isn't entirely true. The only person I'd like to see again is my old friend, Emily. Other than her, I couldn’t care less. The people to whom I'm related by blood aren't my family anymore. The only real family I have now are Olivia, her mom, Abigail, and her younger sister, Jennifer. They took me in when I had no place else to go and helped me carve out this new life for myself.

The ache in my arms reminds me that I need to relieve them of their burden. I head for the main door of the dorm. One of the girls who lives down the hall from me and Olivia sees me coming and holds it open for me. I nod my thanks, then head up the stairs for the third floor where our room is located. I've made this trip up and down about ten times today, unloading all our stuff. By the time I reach the second floor, the strength in my arms is flagging and my legs are screaming to end this torturous exercise. After taking a short breather at the landing, I continue plodding up the next flight of stairs.

At the sound of heavy, rapid footfalls behind me, I move to one side to allow the person who is quickly gaining ground on me to pass by. My cumbersome load bumps into the railing, causing my foot to catch on the next step. As I'm about to pitch down the stairs, a pair of strong hands catch me at the waist.

“Whoa, there! Easy,” a sexy, masculine voice rumbles in my ear.

I automatically stiffen. I don't like being touched–especially by strange men–without my permission. Knowing he's only trying to help, I take a deep breath and will my body to relax.

He leans to one side, and out of the corner of my eye, I can see he's smiling.

“Are you OK?”

“Yeah, I'm fine.” You can let go of me now, I resist the urge to say out loud.

“Here, why don't you let me help you with that?” Before I can protest, he moves around in front of me and lifts the heavy box out of my hands. “So where are we headed?”

“Ah … next floor.” I point upward. “Room 329.”

He continues up the stairs with me trailing behind. The door to mine and Olivia's dorm room is open, but before entering he calls out, “Knock, knock.”

“Hi! Did you need something?” I hear Olivia's friendly voice coming from inside the room, but his tall, muscular frame blocks her from my view.

“Just helping your roommate with her stuff.” He lifts his arms, indicating the box.

“Oh! Well, bring it on in.”

He enters the room, and I follow.

Olivia finally sees me. “I was wondering what happened to you. You were gone for a while.”

Having placed the box on one of the beds, my helper turns around. “I'm afraid that's partly my fault. I nearly knocked her over in the stairwell. I figured the least I could do is carry her things.”

“Thank you,” I say to one of the buttons on the front of his shirt. I can't bring myself to make eye contact. It's something I tend to avoid with men, unless I'm on the prowl. I'm afraid it might encourage him to do something I don't want. Like ask me out.

“I guess I should introduce myself. I'm Colin … Colin O'Malley.” He offers his hand, first to Olivia–who introduces herself, too–and then to me.

It would be rude not to accept, so I place my hand in his. It almost completely envelopes mine, and at once, I notice his long fingers. Even though his hands are on the large side, there's a gentleness in them I don't expect. Now that I think about it, once I got over the initial shock of his touch, I'd noticed it in the stairwell, too. It also didn't escape me that he'd behaved like a gentleman and hadn't tried to “accidentally” cop a feel. He'd only held me until he was sure I'd regained my footing.

“So …” He leans down a little. “Do you have a name?”

Realizing I've been daydreaming, and still staring at his chest to boot, my face starts to heat. “Yeah, i-it's Rose … Rose Harmon.”

I finally lift my gaze to find him smiling at me. He has a gorgeous, model-perfect smile with straight white teeth. And wonder of wonders, it actually shows in his sparkling eyes. I don't think I've ever seen eyes quite so blue. They're the color of the sky I just saw outside. He has dark hair, almost jet black, with an unruly lock that falls down over his forehead, giving him a rakish look. I don't think I've ever seen a man this handsome in all my life, except maybe a few times in the movie magazines Emily and I used to look at in the library as teenagers.

Still smiling and holding my hand, he says, “Rose” as though he's trying out my name to see if it fits.

The sound of it coming from his lips makes my stomach do an uncharacteristic flip-flop, and for a moment I forget to breathe.

About the Author

Julianna is a hopeless romantic and believer in fairy tales. Even as a little girl, her fondest dream was to find a Prince Charming who would sweep her off her feet. She's happy to report she's been married to him for twenty-two years. Although she's been an avid reader since she was two years old, she never envisioned herself as a writer until six years ago. Now she feels like she's finally found her life's passion. The muses keep the ideas flowing faster than she can put them on the page. She hopes that her readers will love her characters and stories every bit as much as she's loved creating them.
Julianna currently lives in hot, sunny Phoenix, Arizona with her husband, an adult son, a teenage daughter, a Husky/Great Pyrenees mix dog, and two cats. In addition to writing, she enjoys reading, hanging out on GoodReads, surfing the web, watching TV or movies, book shopping, and feeding her insatiable thirst for knowledge.

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Blog Tour: Realms of Edenocht by DS Johnson #interview

Date Published: July 2016

Shazmpt has been prepared his whole life to complete the prophecy; however until recently, he was unaware of his true identity as a powerful war wizard.
Hidden on an island in a time realm not his own, he must now search for ancient relics in order to stop the growing evil in the world. All he wanted was to hunt in his beloved forest, but is thrown into a world of sea serpents, dungeons, enchanted castles, miniature men, and air buffs.
Driven by duty and hindered by self-doubt, he is sent on a quest to unite the magical realms once more. He must learn to harness his good and evil powers, but will he survive the shadow…?


Is There a Message in Your Novel That You Want Readers to Grasp?

I don’t think there is just one message. I think that there are several ideas that could make an impact somehow, especially to the teen readers that may not have encountered some of the life lessons yet. For instance, Shaz has these great powers and is supposed to use them to ‘save the world’ but he has a lot of self-doubt and struggles with his ‘evil’ side. I think we all struggle with our ‘evel side’ and knowing that he is willing to do the hard things anyway can touch a person.

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

I find the challenge in sitting down to the computer. I love to write but it seems that life gets in the way too often and it can take several minutes to get my head back into the book. Another challenge is I like to write by scenes as they come to me, so sometimes I have to wait for the right time to put it in. There are several that are waiting for books five and six. I just can’t wait to get to the end.  

How many books have you written and which is your favorite?

So far I have written one completely published book, but I am nearly finished with the second and a short novella tangent story for book one. I don’t think I have a favorite yet, as I am still getting it all out there. I don’t think I could even pick my favorite character.  

If You had the chance to cast your main character from Hollywood today, who would you pick and why?

Oh, goodness, I don’t even know. I think I would pick Chris Hemsworth. HOT, HOT, HOT! But partially because I am secretly in love with Thor haha. I think Chris Hemsworth is a fantastic action actor with the ability to be deep and emotionally involved. Not like the Rock, who just flexes his muscles and has nothing to offer the screen.

When did you begin writing?
I started writing only about ten years ago, after I was married and had a few kids. I have been a story teller for most of my life, however, but I didn’t do well in school because of a rough start to life. I nearly didn’t make it and had some physical limitations to overcome. I thought I was dumb because I was in resource most of elementary and struggled to keep up in Jr. High and high school. So writing itself was quite a challenge at first and I still feel like I have a lot to learn.

How long did it take to complete your first book?

 After I spent a few years learning how to write, the craft of telling a story, it took another five or six years to get to this point. I think in all it’s been a ten year journey from beginning to now.

Did you have an author who inspired you to become a writer?

No, that was one of my biggest limitations when I was young, was reading. In fact to make things worse, in the fourth grade I had the terror of having to read out loud to my reading partner, who was my crush at the time. I think it scarred me for life and I rarely picked up a book. I got sick to my stomach when I had to read out loud in class. It wasn’t until I had my first baby that I started to read. At first it was books on how to raise babies and things. But as she grew I started reading Dr. Seuss. She would make me read them cover to cover and if I skipped a page I had to start all over. So I think I would say Dr. Seuss would have to be my most inspirational. And a pesky little three year old. haha

What is your favorite part of the writing process?

My favorite part is sitting around the table and brainstorming with my teenagers. I love to hear what they think about and how they see the world they live in. I love to take what we talked about and include that into the books and then see their ‘ah ha’ when they read what we talked about. I also love to see the characters grow and mature. The hardest part for me is letting the bad guy be bad. I want him to somehow turn out to be a good guy. My husband says it’s because of my ‘always wanting to give a person the benefit of the doubt’ trait, maybe so.  

Describe your latest book in 4 words.

Fast, energized, witty, compelling

Can you share a little bit about your current work or what is in the future for your writing?
So I’m working on book two right now, and in book one, the biggest task Shaz has been given it to find all the ancient relics and destroy them so that the evil Necromancer Gavin Rhill can’t use them to become a God. Things get a little trickier as he and Serin have now made themselves know to Gavin Rhill and he seems to know everything they are doing. The challenges they face hit closer to home and they have to reach deeper into themselves to get through the dangers. The team, Shaz, Serin, Jagwynn, Ladtwig and Turkill have to learn how to rely on each other and where to put their trust and alliances.
Realms of Edenocht is currently a six book series with three to four tangent stories per book, so there is still a lot to come.

A little about me, first I want to tell you a story, about a young girl who thought she was dumb. Yes, in the first, second, and third grades this little girl, was in the ‘Resource’ program or ‘Chapter 8’ as I have also heard it called. Even though she was then put in the regular class, she knew all too well by then she was not a smart child. All the way through high school this girl struggled. She graduated with a glorious 2.9. Yes, it was heart breaking for those little numbers to reflect the great struggle and all the efforts she had put forth.

She went on to start beauty school, figuring she wasn’t college material. Suddenly, she learned that she wasn’t dumb after all. She was what is called a kinesthetic learner or ‘hands on’ learner. She LOVED it. She went on to do very well, for many years. Until, life got complicated. She had five children, a husband, and a disabled mother who now required constant care. While contemplating how to earn a little bit of extra income, now that doing hair wasn’t an option, a thought came to her, ‘Write a book’ it said.
She replied by looking around and with her finger pointing at herself, she said, “Who me? I graduated high school with a 2.9 remember?”
The little thought came again, “Yes, you. Write a book.”
It so happened, that she had been telling her children nighttime stories for some time, so she did. It took five years to learn from the internet, a few writing classes, some great blogs, a lot of practice, one very good editor and the awesome support of her family. But she did it, and now I bring The Realms of Edenocht Series to you! Yes, that little girl was me, but no longer.

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