Gìveaway & guest post: Demon Crossings author Eleri Stone on genre blending
Please help me welcome Demon Crossings author Eleri Stone to GT today!
See our review for Demon Crossings here.
More about Demon Crossings…
|Private investigator Grace tracks a kidnapped child to middle-of-nowhere Iowa. Encountering a strange creature she knows can’t be a local animal, she doesn’t need her psychic abilities to figure out the sleepy town is not what it seems. When she meets the intriguing Aiden, she’s plunged into a world of Norse gods and fire demons where the Wild Hunt still rides the night.
Aiden needs Grace’s help to cross the portal between worlds and rescue his daughter. Grace is unlike any woman he’s ever met. He’s drawn to her courage, distressed by her vulnerability and doubtful of her motives. But he knows that her visions are the key to defeating the enemy and bringing everyone home alive.
Grace wants a future with Aiden, even if it means she’ll never have a normal life. When a test run to the portal takes a terrifying turn, they must learn to finally trust each other or Aiden’s daughter, and their chance at love, will be lost forever…
|In the end, I submitted Demon Crossings as a paranormal romance because I think that gives it the best shot at getting to the right audience and as an author, I want to get my books into the hands of people who are looking for a story just like the one I’m writing. But I’m curious to know what you think. Do you pay attention to the Urban Fantasy versus Paranormal Romance versus Fantasy Romance distinctions or do you just go by the blurb?
I’m running a series of posts on my blog about the world of Demon Crossings. If you’re interested, you can find the links here.
About the author
|Although I’ll read just about anything, my favorite genres are fantasy and paranormal romance and that’s what I tend to write.
I like the mystery of the hidden, the forgotten and the unknown, quietly strong heroines and honorable men, real conflict and people who are smart, strong and brave enough to meet it head on. I believe in love. The kind of love that binds people together and has the power to redeem. I love stories that remind you that even in the boring and stressful times you never really know what might happen next.
You can find Eleri online here…
|Want to read more from Eleri? Check out GT’s review of Redemption, book two in her Lost City Shifters series!|
Win a copy of Demon Crossings!
Ready to read it? You can win a copy on GT by commenting below and letting Eleri know whether or not genre makes a difference or if you choose your reads solely based on their blurbs. Don’t forget to fill out the Rafflecopter!
This giveaway closes at midnight on Saturday, January 7th, so you only have two days to enter!