Monthly Archives: October 2014

Divine One by Danielle R Mani


Delilah Simms is an attractive high school senior who is being bullied by a cruel group of girls she calls the Imitators. As if the emotional harassment isn’t enough, she is also trying to heal from the sudden, tragic loss of her younger sister, Darcy—whom her mother believes is sending messages from beyond the grave. On the verge of a breakdown, Delilah meets River Spencer—a handsome young man who she’s instantly attracted to. Although River seems perfect, Delilah can’t ignore the gnawing feeling that River is hiding something and that he may just be the biggest imitator of all.


Danielle R. Mani is a former elementary school teacher and writer.

A huge fan of speculative fiction in print and film, she wanted her first book to fall within this category. In her new young adult novel, The Divine One, Ms. Mani combines supernatural fiction with the everyday dramas of young adulthood. She loves to read and write novels that are fast-paced and full of twists and turns. Ms.
Mani holds a master of science degree in education and a bachelor of arts degree in mass communications. She resides in Westchester, New York, with her husband, four young children, and two dogs.

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The Salty Dog by Debbie White

The Salty Dog Synopsis:
Libby and Luke give up the city life to move to a small fishing village along the California coast, where he buys a commercial fishing boat and she runs a café the locals love. The two of them are determined to live out Luke’s dream when an event even Libby couldn’t have prepared for leaves her funding both businesses. The Salty Dog is about a strong, independent woman, who when faced with hard times, never gives up – even in l

Debbie White Author Bio
I write easy to read romance novellas that are great for taking to the beach, reading while traveling, or to help relax after a long busy day. My books feature independent, strong women who in the midst of finding themselves sometimes endure tragedy, but always strive to enjoy life to the fullest. I avidly support animal rescue, and happily donate a percentage of my book sales to local shelters and animal rescue organizations. I have two adorable rescue dachshunds, Dash and Brair – you’ll see pictures of them on my website.
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Phobic by Cortney Pearson


Crenshaw knows her house is strange. It’s never needed repairs since it was built in the 1800s, and the lights flicker in response to things she says. As if those things aren’t creepy enough, it’s also the place where her mother committed murder.

To prove she’s not afraid of where she lives, Piper opens a forbidden door, which hides a staircase that leads to the ceiling. That’s when the flashbacks of the original residents from 1875 start, including a love affair between two young servants. Each vision pulls Piper deeper into not only their story, but also her house. Piper confides in her best friend, Todd, whom she’s gradually falling for, but even he doesn’t believe her. At least, not until her house gets axed during a prank, and the act injures Piper instead, cutting a gash the size of Texas into her stomach.

Piper realizes her house isn’t haunted—it’s alive. To sever her link to it, she must unravel the clues in the flashbacks and uncover the truth about her mother’s crime, before she becomes part of her house for good.

“I guess a direct approach would probably have worked better,” he says. Then he balls his hands into fists and taps them at his knees. “I have the biggest crush on you. There. I said it.”
“You—you do?” This is absurd. And yet I’m ravenous inside. It’s a challenge to concentrate on anything but him, and I want nothing more than for him to keep talking.
Author bio:
Cortney is a book nerd who studied literature at BYU-Idaho, a music nerd who plays clarinet in her local community orchestra, and a writing nerd who creates stories for young adults. She lives with her husband and three sons in a small Idaho farm town.



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The ReRelease That’s A Promise by Victoria Klahr

Join us while Victoria Klahr goes on tour with The Heart of a Reader and her novel That’s a Promise. The book is a re-release, published October 10 with Booktrope Publishing, and is the first book in the Promises, Promises series.
 that's a promise cover
About the Book 
 Pain isn’t new to me.I’ve been to hell only to find it never really leaves when you get back. It haunts me through nightmares, unrequited love, lies, broken hearts, and now death.A monster almost took my life.My best friend carries half my soul a world away.My boyfriend broke my heart but refuses to let me go.

And my father is dead.

I don’t believe in fate and I don’t believe in happily-ever-afters, but for some reason, I still hope.

Live, even with a tainted spirit.

Long for my other half to come back to me.

Risk another broken heart, just to feel loved again.

And refuse to let another horror break me.

In the face of my most recent tragedy, I have to decide whether forgiveness is something I can give. But even if that’s an option, can I be forgiven?

Enjoy this excerpt from That’s a Promise:
 “I’m not.  Not admitting my own secret is selfish and wrong on my end. I want one night where he loves me like he used to so I keep my secret hidden until another time.”


My Review 

That’s A Promise Re-Release,
First of all Thank you Victoria Klahr for sending me this book for an honest review. I give this book 5 stars if I could give it more I would
I read the original version of this book and loved it this version is just 10x better

Still one of my favourite books full of emotion

This is a story about a girl, a girl Named Josie Sommers, she Loves to Read and her best friend Seth calls her a Nerd, she went though what one could only describe as hell when she was younger. She has come out a strong women with the help of Seth and Parents.

Josie has kept to herself and Seth until College she meets and falls in love with a boy named Blake unfortunately he ends up breaking her Heart.

All Josie wants is a Happy Ever After, but she is scared of getting her heart broken again.


“I guess not everything has a perfect happy ending.” I shrugged. “I mean Harry had his best friends still, and the girl he loved, but not without a lot of trouble getting in the way. Life’s not perfect, and I think that’s why they made it that way. The road to happiness has to have its bumps.”

Excerpt From: Klahr, Victoria. “That’s a Promise.” Victoria Klahr,

“Life isn’t meant to be easy. It’s about the choices we make to shape us—about making our own happiness.”

Excerpt From: Klahr, Victoria. “That’s a Promise.” Victoria Klahr,

I will say I am team Seth even though both men have there good qualities but it’s up to you to find out what they are
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About the Author 
Victoria Klahr (pronounced “Claire”) lives in Elizabeth City, North Carolina with her husband and daughter, Stephen and Alexis. She loves her chug (Pug/Chihuahua), Bandit, and daughter to pieces. She is a huge and proud book nerd who looks at her bookshelf in admiration daily. When she’s not daydreaming about book boyfriends and fantasizing about being a badass heroine like Rose Hathaway, she’s busy doing schoolwork for her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and writing the stories that speak to her in her head. She loves peanut butter with Oreos, good friends, amazing gossip, driving in the middle of merge lanes, comedies, crude humor, pretending like she can dance, pretending like she can kick major ass, and a really, really good laugh.
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Marie’s World by Kristal McKerrington




Marie tells of a tale gone world wrong, of doing the right thing even if it hurts and how to survive when your world is turned upside down. Famed dancer, actress and Reality TV star Marie returns from LA to her hometown in Scotland to escape the fall-out from the damaging revelations in her twin sister Layla’s thinly-disguised novel. As she attempts to rebuild her life and career with her partner Derek, Marie’s long-repressed memories and emotions come flooding to the surface, and she finds herself menaced by the world of her former husband, the only man she has ever truly loved and now her most dangerous adversary.


My top 10 favorite things:

1- Dance
2- Book
3- Wrestling
4- Writing
5- Screenwriting
6- Vince Russo’s site (
7- T4 show with Michael Manna
8- Dance films
9- Dancing around the house in my underwear
10- Book tours of course!

Kristal McKerrington is from Scotland, UK. She has a love for Scotland and for Vikings. Kristal has been a professionally published author since 2010. She writes erotica, young adult, thrillers and all different kinds of romance books.
She’s represented by Gilbert Literary Agency. She is the former writer also with Calling Spots Magazine. She writes for Reem Vision. She works with her co-author Joe E Legend on a line of books, which started in 2013.
She’s been a professionally published author since 2010. She’s a former writer for Calling Spots magazine. She created and wrote on Romance and The Wrestler for Bishop-Lyons Entertainment.  She’s been a best selling author for XoXo Publishing. She’s appeared on TMZ a few times and writes with Reem Vision.
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Necromancer’s Whisper by Alaina Stanford


only forbidden in the human realm, it doesn’t exist. It doesn’t exist for everyone except the Necromancer, who has taken Jack prisoner.

Jack travels to the realm of the barbarians across the sea to discover the whereabouts of the parents who failed to appear at the end of the school season. When time passes with no word from Jack, Nicole decides its time to take action and enters a human realm where magic is forbidden under penalty of death. Cabal and Nicole must hide their elven heritage. Meanwhile, Hopper and Tom discover the renegade trolls are on the move and armed for battle. Will Nicole and the others find Jack and return in time to defend their home from the renegades? Will Jack survive long enough to be found?


Nicole paced back and forth from the door to the wall near the head of the beds nearly out of her mind with claustrophobia. She cursed Cabal. He was the lucky one. He traded his passage as any poor farmer would by working all day out in the sun and wind as a deck hand. Nicole was supposed to be a recent widow and as such was a prisoner to the cabin. How could she have been so stupid? Why did she agree to be newly widowed? She yearned for the sunlight and fresh air. Yet a widow in morning gallivanting on the deck in the bright sunshine would be inappropriate. If she didn’t get some fresh air soon, Nicole was convinced she would kill someone. Probably Cabal, yes, most certainly Cabal. She’d kill him the next time he came through that door with a bright red sunburn and an exhausted smile on his face.


Author bio:

I have one of those brains that won’t turn off at night. Many nights I would distract my intellect by revamping a movie, book or TV show in my mind. I would twist and turn the plots and characters to achieve the ending I preferred. That developed into side stories about my favorite minor characters. Each night I fell asleep in the middle of a grand adventure. It wasn’t long before I began to create stories of my own and put pen to paper.

I love a good adventure. I love a good romance. As the mother of seven children, I also learned to love to play video games. One day it occurred to me to write an adventure that flowed like a video game and I added a touch of romance. Thus, Hypnotic Journey was born. The HJ characters are like a family to me. They are foolish, daring, resourceful, passionate and dedicated to their friends.

My love for Science Fiction gave birth to the Treborel Series. It’s a paranormal Sci-Fi romance featuring a psychotic villain and a multiple layer
of hero’s fighting to survive the chaos.

I write about how friendship and love can carry you through situations that you might not otherwise survive. You will find my stories exciting and steamy, but I am not an erotic writer. My stories fade to dark when the steam begins to rise, but take it from me, the steam does rise and emotions do soar.

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Night Crawler by Candy O’Donnell


The Past Never Stays Where it Belongs!

In Westwood, California, was where John Francis, the town’s priest re-encountered the beast. To his astonishment, horrifying events began unraveling before him. These unprovoked occurrences soon turned to fright when Sister Teresa’s body
was found murdered. When Kathy Riego stepped into the Sister’s shoes she showed him a renewed identification for the word love. John began this new relationship with a masked reality as the horrid beast began showing him a long forgotten past that was supposed to be buried long ago.


Author Bio:

Candy O’Donnell was born in Carmichael, California.
At the age of twelve, she wrote her first mini book. Filled mostly with what took place with her mother and her long tedious bout with leukemia. It was a short story told as extra credit when she suffered a sprained ankle and had to be out of school for over two months. School officials refused to believe a word of what she had written until her grandmother, her guardian back then, entered the school with the truth. Everything she had written down was exactly what took place. Unfortunately her mother succumbed to the disease.
She earned a Bachelor’s degree in History and Culture. After living with her aunt and uncle for over five years she wished to explore her uncle’s Native heritage and did so with vigor. She also has 6 Grad units in Criminal Justice. Someday she might go back and finish her Master’s.
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Legends and Lore Anthology By R M Ridley



Delve into myth and legend, where the Fates force post-modern man into a world of the unknown—a world long since dismissed as ignorant superstition.

The Brother-Sister Fable by Alyson Grauer: A young boy disappears into a realm where only his sister can follow.

Faelad by Sarah Hunter Hyatt: Claire Whitaker didn’t even know she was Irish, let alone The Morrigan, the goddess of war.

By Skyfall by Emma Michaels: A mer-couple from Atlantis find themselves in the middle of a human murder investigation.

Charon’s Obol by. R. M. Ridley: Jonathan Alvey didn’t believe in gods, until he helps a lost child find her all-powerful parents.

Peradventure by Sarah Seeley: A jinni must choose between the woman he loves and destroying the city that persecuted her.

Natural Order by Lance Schonberg: When Carlos Vasquez is kidnapped, he discovers powers within himself to change the world.

Two Spoons by Danielle E. Shipley: A little girl’s soul meets its match in the family diner’s most mysterious patron.

Grail Days by A. F. Stewart: Living forever has its drawbacks, especially when you spend it clearing away the messes of other immortals.

Downward Mobility by M. K. Wiseman: They say love conquers all, but can it save a Valkyrie when she breaks all the rules?

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a small homestead, raising a menagerie of animals, including a flock of sheep and a swarm of foul. He has been writing stories, both long and short, for three decades, the themes of which range from the gruesome to the fantastical. As an individual who suffers from severe bipolar disorder, R.M. Ridley is a strong believer in being open about mental health issues because myths should be kept to stories.

Twitter: @RavenMRIdley


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All the Wrong Places by Rebecca Fisher!


I was trying to follow the rhythm of his breathing. It was all I could hear anymore. His gentle hands held my face, and then one moved to my wrist, keeping time. My breathing started to slow, and I could smell him, the musky and insanely sexy smell of cologne and sweat. I could feel the warmth of his breath, and I knew he was just inches away. I didn’t want to move, and not because these episodes drained me of all energy, but because I wanted nothing more than to stay right there, with Oliver close enough to breathe in.

Author Bio

Rebecca Fisher graduated with a B.A. in English and an M.S. in Education, and teaches High School English. Her own experiences living in a mortuary in Northern California and raising her daughter on her own serve as the inspiration for the many macabre and candid encounters in her novel. She lives in California with her husband and two daughters.

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Curse of the Mummy’s Uncle, Book 4 of the Case File 13 series by J. Scott Savage!

The cover that the Whitney award finalist, Author J. Scott Savage revealed to us on Tuesday was amazing, right? (Click here if you didn’t get to see it!) Well, today we have cover to share with you from his other amazing YA series, Case File 13.
First, for those of you who didn’t get to see his author bio on Tuesday, lets help you guys get to know the man behind the amazing books real quick!

Author Bio:

J. Scott Savage has returned after being lost in a Mexican rain forest.
His office is now filled with Mayan scrolls, hieroglyphics, artifacts,
and star charts. His children and children-in-law, Big Nick, Erica,
Scott, Natalie, Jake, and Little Nick, look pale, and claim to be
cursed. His grandchildren, Gray, Lizzie, and Jack, are heavily wrapped
in mummy-like bandages. And his wife, Jennifer, has reportedly been seen
glowing green and hexing the neighbors.

You can visit him on his blog or on Twitter @jscottsavage.

Praise for Case File 13 Zombie Kid (Book 1 in the series):
An Amazon Best Book of the Month 

A Whitney Award Finalist
“Sure to please young readers looking for a thrill. It’s
hard to imagine that readers (particularly boys) won’t enjoy every minute of
hair-raising fun.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review.
“With its mix of creepy chills and laugh-out-loud humor,
Zombie Kid is the perfect book. Nick and his friends are my new favorite
people.” —James Dashner, New York Times bestselling author of The Maze.

Now about the book that this absolutely AMAZING cover is for! Here is the back cover blurb:

BEWARE! This is not your ordinary back-cover blurb! 
(It may cause uncontrollable giggles and/or out right laughter.)

You hold in your hands a very sinister story.

I have searched every nook and cranny to compile the
evidence in Case File 13. Now, in this book, you will find the next eerie
installment in the adventures of Nick, Carter, and Angelo, three
monster-obsessed boys whose harmless trip to Mexico turned into something so
horrendous, so revolting— 

Wait a second, Mr. B! You’re making this whole thing sound
way scarier than it really was. Maybe dial it back a notch?
But Nick, it is that scary. In this volume alone there are
haunted pyramids, alien artifacts, and even a mummy with a terrible curse. 

True, but there’s also the part with the hidden treasure,
and the time when Carter used his knitting needles to—
Yes, all right, you win. Now if you’ll excuse me… 

You hold in your hands a very sinister, VERY SILLY story,
following the WACKY adventures of three boys whose expedition to Mexico turned
into something OUT OF THIS WORLD. This is the fourth volume. Read on if you

Totally hilarious right?!?!? 

You should be totally eager to take a peak at this cover now.

Are you READY?????
Amazing cover, right? Leave your comments for the author below!!! 

If this isn’t awesome enough for you, Author J. Scott Savage ALSO set up a Rafflecopter for all of you wonderful fans! Be sure to get your name in the drawing!
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The drawing ends tonight!!!!

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