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FIERCE: Sixteen Authors Of Fantasy with Mercedes Lackey $100 Blast

Posted by on Mar 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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Join epic fantasy legend Mercedes Lackey and fifteen additional New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon bestselling authors on the adventure of a lifetime!

Over one million words and sixteen realms of fantasy brought together for your reading pleasure. Discover courageous characters fighting for justice and order. Journey between kingdoms of dragons and lands of anarchy as tales of magic and mayhem unfold.

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About the Authors and Titles:

Mercedes Lackey – Moving Targets

Stuck watching over four Herald trainees on circuit, Elyn is at her wits’ end—and that’s before a town asks for help with a ghostly infestation.

Michael G. Manning – The Blacksmith’s Son

A journey to discover the secrets of his past reveals a magical heritage and embroils Mordecai in a deadly battle for the future of mankind.

K.F. Breene – Chosen

Prophecy has foretold that when war threatens the world, the Chosen will appear to help the Shadow Warriors reclaim their stolen freedom and lead them out of the Land of Mist.

Morgan Rice – A Quest of Heroes

Thorgin, an outsider and a dreamer, fights to become a warrior in an epic quest that finds him at the center of a maelstrom of royal plots and counterplots that threaten him and everyone he loves.

Michael James Ploof – Whill of Agora

When Whill learns the truth of his lineage, he sets out to face his father’s murderer, but what he learns along the way will change his life—and the realm—forever.

Daniel Arenson – Requiem’s Song

Weredragons, men call them. Monsters. Cursed ones. People who can turn into beastly reptiles. Together they will forge a nation.

Kate Sparkes – Bound

When a young woman accidentally saves the life of an enemy Sorcerer, she finds herself drawn into a world of magic that’s more beautiful, more seductive, and more dangerous than she ever imagined.

David Adams – The Pariahs

Two sellswords—a half-elf and a half-orc—find their war over before it even begins. But trouble is stirring on the home front, conflict which threatens more than just their lives.

Amy Raby – The Fire Seer
Taya must use her fire visions to investigate a series of murders, but the Coalition of Mages has partnered her with her old nemesis, the man who used to bully her when they were young.

C. Greenwood – Magic of Thieves & Betrayal of Thieves

In a province where magic is forbidden, young Ilan, born with the powerful gift of her ancestors, has only one hope for survival—concealment.

David Dalglish – The Weight of Blood

When half-bloods Harruq and Qurrah Tun pledged their lives to a death prophet, they only sought escape from their squalid beginnings. Instead, they become his greatest disciples, charged with leading his army of undead.

K.J. Colt – Bear Heart

In the savage lands of Ruxdor, young Klawdia must fight the champions of four rival clans to defend her future as the first female chieftain.

Shae Ford – Poison

A bandit girl is taken from her home and thrust into a complex world of lords and ladies, where she learns that she must kill to survive.

Endi Webb – The Maskmaker’s Apprentice

Masks of legend. Masks of power. Those who dare to wear them trifle with the old powers and risk ruin and mayhem. But a young apprentice maskmaker cannot contain his curiosity, and accidentally unleashes a deadly terror upon an unsuspecting world.

Michael Wallace – The Dark Citadel

A slave boy and a young queen lead an alliance of spies, servants, and merchants to stave off the encroaching armies of a dark wizard.

Terah Edun – Blades of Magic

As an unstoppable war breaks out, a young girl enlists in the military to unravel the secrets surrounding her father’s execution.

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Devon’s Choice Book Spotlight and Giveaway

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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Life holds no surprises for Devon Murphy. Her life consists of keeping tabs on her aging Irish father, working part time at a coffee shop, and building her online graphics design business. Devon’s only tricky situation is a shallow relationship with the pampered and affluent Michael Turner, who sees her as just another woman to conquer.

Following his father’s death, Brandon’s only goal is to expand the family business and live life on his own terms. That is, until he walks into the coffee shop one snowy evening and meets the enchanting, red-haired barista behind the counter. But can Devon and Brandon’s attraction for each other be strong enough to help erase their deepest disappointments and renew their faith in God?

Excerpt:

He looked up at the menu board. “I’ll take a Grande. Black, please.”
Chuckling, she thought about how impressed her dad would be with this guy. He considered anyone who drank coffee black in the same category as his favorite actor, John Wayne. She poured the coffee, and rang up his order.
“That’s two-dollars and fifty cents.” He handed her his debit card, which she swiped.
He took the cup. “Thanks. Have a good one.”
“Yeah, you too.”
He walked over to one of the upholstered chairs and sank down into its well-used seat. The shop owner had talked of replacing the pair of relics with some sturdy, leather ones. Leather would flatter this guy much better than the faded paisley print on the old ones. Devon glanced at him out of the corner of her eye. Yes, leather was definitely his style, but not the biker stuff. No, he’d look best in a rugged, mahogany leather jacket instead of the puffy, gray parka he wore.

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Praise for Devon’s Choice
5 Star Review on Amazon
“Devon’s Choice is an enjoyable Christian Romance. I was hooked from the first chapter. Devon is a strong, independent young woman who is not afraid to stand by her beliefs. The characters are very believable, and the story contains some surprise twists and turns. I would recommend this book to all readers who like Christian Romance. It is an excellent read.” ~ Review by Sharon B.

4 Star Review on Amazon
“This book is an enjoyable read. Moving along with Devon and her choices opens oneself to feeling with her the good and bad consequences of those choices. I particularly enjoyed the interaction between Devon and her dad. How she handles herself and all life throws at her makes for a good read.” ~ Review by Robin

5 Star Review on Amazon
This is a very emotional story of friendship, relationships and loss. Devon Murphy is a woman with strong morals. She loves and cares for her aging widowed father, works a part time job at a coffee shop with her friend Megan, and is putting her graphics art degree to work building a business. She is dating Michael Turner, who is egotistical, self-centered and treats her like a business deal. Brandon Forrester seems to have the same strong characteristics as Devon, family devotion, business ethics, healthier lifestyle and respecting other people. Devon knows that Michael is wrong for her and when she meets Brandon, they seem to have a connection. This story is about taking a hard look at your life and goals and making plans and changes. About dealing with the loss of a parent and knowing how to move on and putting your faith and trust in God and allowing Him to lead in your life.~ Review by RedRabbitt

5 Star Review on Amazon
I really enjoyed this romance, the characters and their journey. It was very moving, endearing and engaging.
I appreciate the writing style, the emotional pull, the way the story unfolds.
I love to feel satisfied after reading a book, and this one does just that!
Very enjoyable read.  Highly recommend! ~ Review by Kimberly

Catherine BennettAuthor Catherine Bennett

I grew up in Ohio where I currently live with my husband and our two rescue Labradors. Some of my favorite things include reading, shopping, pepperoni pizza, Hershey bars and hanging out with my two grown sons. I also love dogs; so going to the dog park is cheap entertainment for my husband and I!

Growing up an only child, I had many imaginary friends. I believe this – and a love of books – fueled my desire to write. It was many years later that my dream of becoming a published author came true.

I’m grateful to God for always keeping a story in my heart and hope you are blessed and entertained by my book.

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4th Annual Augusta Literary Festival This Saturday

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The 4th Annual Augusta Literary Festival will be held this Saturday, March 7, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you live near Augusta, Georgia, I’d love to meet you. It’s free to the public, and a diverse group of authors will be there. If you’re interested in becoming a writer, there will be many workshops available. It will be held at the Augusta Public Library, 823 Telfair Street, Augusta, Georgia.

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Sora’s Quest Book Review – YA Fantasy

Posted by on Mar 3, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Today’s book review is for Sora’s Quest, the first book in the Cat’s Eye Series, written by T.L. Shreffler. I started reading this book one night after a lot of travel, and I thought I’d do a little reading before bed. Big mistake! I did a book binge and stayed up all night.

I highly enjoyed this read, as it started out at a fast pace and stayed that way throughout the entire book. It’s truly an epic adventure filled with magic and mysteries. The author did a great job at not giving away too much, and it keeps you wanting to know more.

I loved the different personalities of the characters. The main character is a teenage girl named Sora, and she gets caught up in the lives of an assassin, thief, and mercenary. The author did a great job of creating a world with a variety of magical beings.

As for my clean rating for a young adult read, there is mild cursing, quite a bit of violence, but no sexual content. (There was a dance she had to perform in the beginning of the book that some might consider provocative, but I didn’t think it too much.) It’s a PG-13 read. The romance is being set up in this book, so I don’t know yet how far it will go. I do plan to read the rest of the series and will give reviews soon. As for the violence, it reads like an epic fantasy. There’s death, sword fights, creatures, and guards.

I give this book five stars and recommend it to both teenagers and adults. I plan to read the rest of the series soon. I also plan to check out this author’s other books, as I highly enjoyed her writing. Stay tuned for more reviews of the rest of the series, and I believe Sora’s Quest is set as perma-free since it’s the first book in the series.

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