Book Tour & Giveaway (US): Geek out over multiverses and the Big Bang Theory with Kathy Kulig
Mortal women surrender to Dante’s seductions. He is a Drone, an immortal who feeds off their lifeforce energy—the chi that keeps his kind alive. When his dimension is on the edge of destruction, Dante must seek the help of one special woman.
Haley Moore is a Sha Warrior—a mortal with excess lifeforce energy. She has always had a strong attraction to Dante and when they meet again he thinks luck is on his side because his quota of chi energy would be obtained after one scorching scene with this mortal. But the problem is that he is overwhelmingly attracted to her and once with this woman won’t be enough.
February 16, 2012
Book Tour: Pride’s Run Cat Kalen on the not-so-truism “love means never having to say you’re sorry”
Whether you’re in a relationship with a BFF or a boy, this is a truism that simply isn’t, well, true. At some point in your life (probably many!) apologies will definitely be called for, and some will be easier to make than others.
The words I’m sorry have to be amongst the most difficult in the English language. They convey a lot of unspoken subtext. Sometimes they’re inadequate. Occasionally, they can be very powerful. But always, they should be delivered with sincerity.
I’m sorry you’re an idiot apparently doesn’t count.
December 14, 2011
Book Tour & Gìveaway: Author Louisa Bacio on voodoo warnings while writing Chains of Silver
Are you superstitious?
I don’t mean simply saying “bread and butter” if you’re walking with someone and need to split around a pole or a trash can. But, really … like afraid to cross someone known to practice witchcraft or invite spirits into your life?
What about Voodoo? I’ve got a healthy respect for Voodoo and its practices. I don’t know too much about the religion and at the same time I don’t want to delve too deeply into it. And, I certainly don’t want to get on anyone’s “naughty” list for being disrespectful.
November 2, 2011
Book Tour: Antique Charming, Guest Post & Giveaway by Natalie-Nicole Bates
If you would have asked me six months ago what genre of romance I write I would have told you, contemporary, without a hesitation. Indeed, my first sale this past summer is a contemporary romance titled Change of Address, which will be available from Secret Cravings Publishing this coming January, 2012.
Paranormal is an amazing genre that has always interested me. But as a book reviewer, I’ve seen it all—vamps, weres, shifters, zombies—writers were already writing these and writing it well. I felt that if I wanted to ever write anything in this genre, I needed to find a new idea, a fresh idea.
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