Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~Janie Franz



Author Bio

Janie Franz comes from a long line of liars and storytellers with roots deep in east Tennessee. Her work is honed by the frigid winters of the Northern Plains and the high desert and mountains of New Mexico and influenced by her degree in anthropology. She is an author, a professional speaker, and reviewer. Previously, she ran her own online music publication (Refrain Magazine) and was an agent/publicist for a groove/funk band, a radio announcer, and a yoga/relaxation instructor. She is the author of eleven novels, a freelance writing manual, and co-author of two wedding how-to books. “Refrain,” the second book of The Lost Song trilogy, was a Top 10 Finisher, Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy, 2013 Preditors & Editors Reader Poll. She writes fantasy, archaelogy thrillers, paranormal, and contemporaries. The Bowdancer Saga is the print version of the first three novels of the Bowdancer series.

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The Bowdancer


Blurb: Jan-nell, a young healer and keeper of tribal lore, who seeks belonging as she discovers a vast world outside of her village. The Bowdancer Saga presents her early years in that quest as she discovers rogues, bards, kings, beespinners, and muscular sword dancers with as much grace as the bowdancer herself, and many unusual beliefs and lifeways as she seeks to create family in some form. The Bowdancer Saga includes: The Bowdancer The Wayfarer's Road Warrior Women.

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The Bowdancer

The arrow flamed in a yellow arc across the night sky, like a trailing star portending some great event. And in truth it did this night, the night of the Great Moon of Full Summer. This night the bowdancer’s arrow signaled a solemn rite and a village celebration—the union of Merin the tall horserider and Co-rell the blonde chosen-daughter of Wise Woman Dan-da-nell. They were often seen among the white mares in the meadow. Merin’s own long hair flowed behind him as he raced to grab a handful of yellow-white horse mane nearly the same color as his own. He would swing himself upon a sleek back of one of the mares and come racing to scoop Co-rell high onto the horse with him, cradling her in his arms like a happy squealing child. Jan-nell, the bowdancer, knocked the last burning signal arrow against her bowstring. She smiled as her mind composed the quatrains of an idyll to the horserider and his bride: white against white like playful doves, spirit folk. When she released the arrow to call in the stragglers from the outlying farms, she shook her head and altered her imagery. No, not spirit folk, just sleek horses riding the meadows enjoying the fullness of coupling and sweet grass. But this young stallion and his mare would grace the village children’s tales and lessons. Jan-nell would see to that. Co-rell and Merin were the stuff of legends. She would gladly give the young ones a dream. They need not know that Merin could not speak a sentence without coloring the shade of a retiring sun and much preferred the silent movements of horses to men. Jan-nell had spent too many early mornings drilling Merin in the wedding words he was to speak to Co-rell. There were only five short speeches, but they were impossible for him to remember, much less speak them to a woman. Finally, on this wedding morn, he had been able to say the words to Jan-nell without much stumbling. She did not know if he could repeat them at moon-rise to Co-rell. Jan-nell frowned as she ducked into her solitary thatched hut some little distance from the village edge. She wondered why she remained with such simple wits. From a shelf above the stone fireplace she had laid with her own hands, she brought down a pot of scented oil and set it on the hearth to warm. Taking a small piece of cloth, she wiped the smoke from her large bow. Dan-da-nell, who had been bowdancer before her, possessed a bow as tall as Merin, covered with painted symbols. Every time the woman oiled it, she had to repaint her totems, changing them carefully with the seasons and her whim. Dan-da-nell said the bowdancer should never be rigid or static but supple like her well-oiled bow, willing to bend with the tension of a tightened bowstring and able to sing back into the shape the One had created for her. Jan-nell had learned it was better to cut a sturdy wood and oil it well than spend time with painting totems on her bow. As she dipped her fingers into the warm brown oil and rubbed it into the smooth wood, pride filled her. The bow wood glowed under her ministrations. Every bit as big as Dan-da-nell’s bow and far taller than herself, it could never be used in war or hunting. And that was just as well. It was a symbol, an emblem of her life, useful only as a ceremonial object—to herald festival nights, to dance the sacred dances. When she stuck its arrow-pointed end into the dust at the village center or by the riverbank and sang the Call of Learning, the children knew its meaning and gathered eagerly with awe-struck eyes to listen to the stories the bowdancer told. As she taught in story, in rhyme and song, she took them into ages past, reliving the days of those who had led and inspired the village then. She brought them tales of meadow animals and birds, deeper mysteries beneath the river waters and in the sky. The night sky was a familiar embroidered blanket to her; she delighted in telling and retelling the names and patterns of its starry stitches.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~Brittany Neiner




Author Bio

I Love to write! I am a stay at home mom and have many stories up my sleeve. My writing style is different than what many are used to and I think you all will enjoy it! I have a passion for reading and writing and decided to take it to the next level. I hear the same things over and over again and i chose to write in a different style than what many do. I want to spice it up! There is excitement and adventure. Blossoming romances. You could get lost in these pages.

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Jewel of Blood:

The Awakening


Ember finds out that she is not entirely human and the world is in her hands. Her journey may lead her to her Salvation or it may lead her to her Destruction. Her Heart though may lead her somewhere else entirely.


Jewel of Blood:

The Revealed


(Releases January 30th)
When something happens that the royal family thought impossible, Annastasia, Catalina, and Rhiannon along with Michael and Damyen at their sides, must figure out how best to protect not only their kingdom but their family from an ancient evil determined to destroy them all to gain revenge on the goddesses. With the knowledge that they are not powerful enough to defeat this evil, only their infant and unborn daughters have the power, they set out to find the best way to hold him at bay...for 15 years! But will they be able to? A new species of magical creature appears and starts wreaking havoc on the kingdom. Is this another thing sent from the ancient evil to destroy them or could it be an ally to help them fight against it? Also who is this mysterious woman who appears just in time to help train the girls in the ways of the ancient divine magic that is their legacy?

Monday, January 23, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~Shelli Humphrey




Author Bio

I am a mother who decided it was time to start living her dreams! So i wrote a book! I write fiction, in paranormal worlds with romance and mystery. Who doesnt love a mysterious romance? I also write poetry and fanfictions as well as work as a business and health coach!


Devine Royalty

The Descendants Book 1

After 3 years in another world, Annastasia finally makes it home. But what she expected to be a joyous homecoming, quickly turns tragic when someone follows her from the other world. One mistake leads to many tragedies but also many triumphs.


Royal Legacy

The Descendants Book 2

(Releases January 30th)
When something happens that the royal family thought impossible, Annastasia, Catalina, and Rhiannon along with Michael and Damyen at their sides, must figure out how best to protect not only their kingdom but their family from an ancient evil determined to destroy them all to gain revenge on the goddesses. With the knowledge that they are not powerful enough to defeat this evil, only their infant and unborn daughters have the power, they set out to find the best way to hold him at bay...for 15 years! But will they be able to? A new species of magical creature appears and starts wreaking havoc on the kingdom. Is this another thing sent from the ancient evil to destroy them or could it be an ally to help them fight against it? Also who is this mysterious woman who appears just in time to help train the girls in the ways of the ancient divine magic that is their legacy?

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~Krys Janae


Author Bio

Krys Janae is an American-Filipina author, musician, voice-over artist, actress, gamer and geek from central California. At just 10 years old, she found a major passion for storytelling, and has been writingever since. She is enjoys reading a variety of genres and uses that influence in her written work. Her debut novel released in March of 2015, with her secondbook (an original series) in October 2016. She is a proud pet mom of her cats Lucy, Nova and Clementine. Visit my Facebook page: Krys of All Trades is my collective artist page for my writing, music and more.
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Falling Stars

You met them in Seeing Stars, and now they’re back. After celebrating the success of their movie Gateway and a leap into wedded bliss, Alisa and Logan Rider separate for a few months as they each venture into their own new thing: Logan is cast in a high-budget action film which is the stepping stone into the next chapter of his stardom, while Alisa has become a writer on the TV show Family Insurance, showing great interest in not only producing the show but casting as well. Since Logan will be busy with his movie, the studio hires Evan Gable, an up and coming director in the independent market, to help on the Gateway sequel. Alisa’s first impression of Evan leaves a sour taste in her mouth, but when she is sent on a scouting trip to New York City with him, she sees a different side of him. Feelings begin to develop, but Alisa is determined to keep him at a safe distance. She’s in love with her husband, Logan. When she gets back to Los Angeles, Alisa discovers a terrible secret her husband has been hiding, leaving her an emotional mess. She thought she had it all. She thought she was finally content. After finding her Prince Charming, and expecting a happy ending, Alisa becomes torn between loving him and leaving him. Can she forgive him a second time? Falling Stars is the sequel to Seeing Stars by Ellie Potts.


If I Should Wake

"Take the gift you’ve been given, and use it well…” That was the last thing he ever said to me before he passed, and now he’s gone. I can’t stay in Gillespie now. I’m going back to Blackwolf. * After several years away in the big city across the bay, Kassandra Drake rejoins her hometown of Blackwolf and tries to slip back into her old small-town life. Although things seem to be mostly where she left them when she made her departure years ago, she has to quickly make some decisions about her personal life. From her old friends, to an old flame, she reconciles with some and pushes away others. Then, she meets the mysterious Caine Michaels at Archer Manor. Kassandra starts to experience things she never had before—strange occurrences—ranging from being starstruck, having flashes of déjà vu, debilitating headaches, and haunting dreams she hoped to leave behind in the city. Kassandra soon finds herself in the company of the wealthy big-shot, Marcellus Ambrose. Try as she might, she cannot resist his requests for long. Mostly because his lackeys are a little out of the ordinary. With their help, she starts to piece together the true fortune inherited from her grandfather, the late Franklin Drake. Kassandra rapidly and eagerly grows into her role as she's introduced to this new underground world. While battling her own inner demons, Kassandra is forced to come face-to-face with the real evil stalking her steps.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~ Sandra Bischoff


~ About the Author ~

Sandra Bischoff lives in the historic town of Cornwall, NY with her extremely patient husband and teenage son, she affectionately calls the Demon. She is a Pharmacist by profession but found her true calling in a simple twist of fate. A friend approached her to write in a forum on a popular networking website. Over the next five years her passion had found its niche. She went on to compose a few poems and short stories which she would post on her homepage at the same networking site. Her debut novel, Beyond the Sun was published April 2013 by Bayou Brew Publishing. She recently was named to Amazon's best seller list in the Fantasy/Epic category. Sandra's second book in this series entitled Beyond Time was released earlier this spring in time for the Romantic Times Convention in New Orleans where she was a featured author at the Book Fair. She has since left Bayou Brew Publishing to embark on the next chapter of her writing career, Independent Publishing. As of this time she has re-released both books in e-book and paperback formats. They can be found on

Beyond The Sun

Book one

Dark order of the dragon series

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Fifteen years ago Jared Bonatelli had it all. The youngest son of one of the founding families in the Conservatorship of The Dark Order he lived a life you only thought existed in novels and nightmares. After becoming engaged to his childhood sweetheart, he loses it all in one violent act. Since that night he has suffered reliving his fiancé's murder repeatedly in his dreams. After an emergency meeting of the Conservatorship, Jared finds that the comfortable world he lives is beginning to crumble at his feet. Alexandra Toscano has been searching for the one assignment that could catapult her journalistic career. When her editor Gene O'Hanlon drops a manila folder in her lap, Alex is immediately skeptical. At first glance the information he hands her seems like a publicity piece that is till she comes across an article he wrote some fifteen years ago about Vampires murdering a young woman in Central Park. But that isn't what intrigues her the most. It's the photo of the woman's fiancé that captures her eye, Jared Bonatelli. Now as Alex begins to dig deeper into Jared's life she begins to question her own past. Could the answer she seeks be found in the glowing eyes of the one person she is sworn to expose? Or will they both find themselves torn apart by a world Beyond the Sun?

Beyond Time

Book Two

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Christian Lancelot Du Lac was never one to take a situation seriously. Growing up he had always been the comedic relief to Jared Bonatelli's brooding nature. Now, just as The Dark Order welcomes Jared as its new Prince, Du Lac is informed that he must become a first in command the future King can truly rely on. When he repeatedly fails in his attempts to prove himself, Lance is thrown back in time to where his life began, Camelot. What he finds there is more than he could have bargained for. Drawn to the forest surrounding Camelot, Lady Elizabeth Payne searches for something that seems just out of her reach. Tormented by a pair glowing eyes in the mist she steals away in the middle of the night to find their owner. Thieves, a wolf and the most infuriating savior she has ever met turn her simple world upside down. But it's the attraction she feels to the newcomer that truly takes her by surprise. Learning that he is Christian Du Lac, the long lost son of the First Knight himself peaks her curiosity even more. Now on the cusp of meeting her betrothed for the first time, Elizabeth's heart has been claimed by another. But even a betrothal written in blood is no match for fate. For Lance and Elizabeth, the odds are stacked against them. Their worlds are destined to remain forever apart. Can time heal all wounds or will the fates change their course and let the star crossed lovers find each other once again?

Drakkar ~ Beyond the Lie

Book three

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Drakkar Dragoni, the only son of Princess Absinthe Dragoni, always believes what his mother tells him. Humans are nothing more than cattle bred to nourish their kind, and her half brother, Jared Bonatelli, stole a kingdom which is rightfully hers. Drakkar vows to right this wrong, even if it means Jared dies by his hand. But what if none of it is true? What if this his mother's biggest lie yet? Who can he turn to? Who will help him escape the prison within his own home?

Friday, January 20, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~Tracy Millosovich


About the Author

Tracy Millosovich lives and writes in Wisconsin with the love of her life, three cats, and a pile of signed books by her favorite authors. With her witty words, gentle hands, and wisdom, she weaves together a world of colorful hope bringing love into the darkest places. An advocate against domestic violence and online abuse, Tracy paves the way for everyone to live their lives free of violence.

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Where you can add Tracy’s novels to your “To Be Read” pile on Goodreads! Amazon Tracy’s Treasures Blog Tracy’s Crystal Dreamers Book Group of never ending wine and fun!! Nominated for the 2016 Summer Indie Book Awards and a finalist in the Best of the Best of 2016 in Debut Books and in Fantasy! Crystal Dreams Book 1 Add Crystal Dreams to your TBR today! Check out the brand new Crystal Dreams book trailer!! Watch the fanmade Crystal Dreams commercial!
BLURB: Crystal Dreams, a vivid world of dreams come true!!
King (Mita) Thomas of the magical planet Tartan has ruled the world, and his kingdom, Crysalis, with his beloved Queen (Mifa) Tara Rosa for four peaceful centuries. When the cruel, greedy humans of the nearby Earth planet come ascending on Tartan, his Queen sacrifices her life to protect the planet. With the Queen's powers gone and their planet on a collision course towards a bloody war with Earth, Mita Thomas sends his trusted general through time to bring Mifa's reincarnation back to his kingdom where she can hopefully rule at his side as his queen...or be sacrificed to bring his beloved queen back from the dead. With little time and an incoming hell, no one has time to pick sides. Crystal Rose, a human raised on Earth in the early 21st century, is currently finishing up college until she's unwillingly thrust into a war between a planet full of magical creatures who hate the human race, and the human race, now full of hellish hate. Between learning what's truly going on and who to trust, Crystal must also take the reigns to be a queen in a world that hates her. Will Crystal side with her fellow humans or fight against her own kind, on the team that might just kill her before she gets the Queen's crown? In a planetary war between humans and magic, whose side are you on? In this original young adult fantasy romance, Crystal Dreams is book one of the action packed Dreams Series that will test your faith in humanity. received_1342711255773977
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After surviving a war between Earth and Tartan, the royal family tries to start over on a new planet. But the terrain is treacherous and the kingdom is in unrest with the threat of revolt high in the air, but adding to the misery, the royal princess of the new world has been kidnapped!
In a time of civil discord with the threat of upheaval high, Crystal must either find a way to unite her kingdom, or abdicate the throne, while she is in hot pursuit of the lost princess. Where do you turn when your own race rejects you, and the world you've sworn to protect is now trying to kill you? Continue the adventure with Crystal, King Thomas, and Jason as they begin a new battle in an unfamiliar world. Welcome to Killer Dreams! [gallery ids="1362,1359,1358,1357,1360" type="slideshow"]

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~Christopher Morgan


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Melachor and Veloria stopped just long enough to catch their breath. Melachor felt Sandor’s forehead with his palm. The skin was still damp and hot to the touch. The infant’s breathing had become increasingly laboured and he was now gasping for breath. Melachor stared at the tattered map, his hand shaking. “Please, Melachor, we must rest.” Veloria leaned against a grungy building, barely able to stand, with the infant limp in her arms. Her fatigued toddler whined as he clung to her. Sandor continued whimpering. Time was running out. Melachor shook his head and heaved a sigh as he caught his wife’s eye. She clutched a protective arm around Jared’s shoulders. Both of them feared their toddler might also catch this plague. They peeked up and down the filthy alleyway. Screams rang out from all directions. Pandemonium in the distance wrenched at their attention but Sandor’s wellbeing was all they could focus on right now. “This way, Vel,” he said, leading his exhausted family further into the maze of backstreets. People had been running for cover, and the winding alleys were now all but empty. The sun’s rays didn’t penetrate into these narrow passages and a foul stench hung in the air. Shady figures lingered in the shadows, and he felt eyes staring at them from hidden corners. The rickety, wooden buildings gave no outward sign of what lay behind each door. Melachor knew it was unsafe to bring his family here, but if Sandor were to stand any chance of surviving the illness, he needed to find a Metamorph, and quickly. The pox had claimed so many lives already and time was running out for Sandor. Although no longer a Trader, Melachor had spent many years travelling from village to village and was a good listener. It was by no means clear whether the legends were true or just tales told by drunks and con artists. But these were desperate times. The map was the only clue they had to help them find the mythical creature, and it had led them to these backstreets. Melachor had risked his life to get his hands on the map and he hoped it was not in vain. Veloria clutched Sandor in one hand and clung to Jared with the other. She shuffled closely behind her husband as he led them through the muddy alleys. The family reached an intersection. Melachor looked in all directions, trying to find a familiar landmark, but his search was in vain. It had been too long since he was last here in the Southern Tip. Already one of Forestium’s largest settlements, it had grown considerably in recent years. “Melachor, are you sure we’re doing the right thing? It isn’t safe. We’re never going to find one here. The trader that gave you the feather could have been lying.” More screams from terrified Imps rang out in the distance. Melachor, too, feared for his family’s safety. A storm was brewing and they could hear thunder rumbling in the distance. They looked up at the dark clouds stealing what little daylight they could still see. “Look,” he said, “it makes sense that there would be a Metamorph here. If there are any left, this is where they’ll be and this is exactly where the map says we’ll find one. It’s easy to hide here. I’ve been a trader for a long time and I know when to spot a lie. Just don’t lose that Raetheon feather.” Veloria pulled out the white tail feather and showed it to her husband. Before she could tuck it away, a short, plump Imp wearing a pointed hat and scruffy, brown waistcoat emerged from the mist in one of the dark alleyways. “Looking for something are we? Dangerous place to be wandering around with children, if you don’t mind me saying. Not safe for anyone to be outside right now.” Melachor looked down at the Imp and narrowed his eyes. Clutching at his wife’s hand, he opened his mouth to speak, but hesitated. The man stared at him, but remained silent. Melachor felt he was out of options. He had reached the point that he needed to take the risk. “I’m looking,” he whispered, “I’m looking for a Metamorph.” The man squinted up at Melachor and glanced at the sickly child its mother clutched to her chest. “I don’t know what you mean,” the Imp said dismissively, turning and walking away. “No, please, help us!” Veloria cried. Her eyes reddened and tears welled. She held out the tail feather, her eyes imploring. The short man paused and looked over his shoulder. To Melachor and Veloria’s surprise, the feather began changing colour. Within moments, it had turned from white to green. The Imp looked at the feather and then at Veloria. “Quickly! Put that away!” Veloria recoiled and tucked the feather back into her shawl, glancing over her shoulder. The Imp flicked his head to beckon them and led them down the alley he had come from. They followed him silently as he made several turns before stopping at a nondescript door. After glancing up and down the alley, he pushed it open and led them all in. A single candle cast eerie shadows in the dimly lit room, and a musty odour hung in the air. A bolt of lightning lit up the alley. It was soon followed by thunder and rain as the little man pushed the door closed and whispered. “We must be quick. He has eyes everywhere. We can’t be too careful. Here, show me the child. Quickly!” Melachor and Veloria looked at each other with puzzled expressions, but Veloria did as she was asked and laid Sandor on a table. The small man looked the sickly infant up and down and smiled. The desperate parents watched as this stranger held his hand over their baby and slowly moved it side to side. As he did, a green glow engulfed him. The mysterious light seemed to be coming from Sandor himself. Within seconds, the child fell quiet and stopped whimpering. His breathing improved. Melachor looked on with wide eyes and open mouth. The man stopped moving his hand from side to side and held it directly above Sandor. The green glow subsided before disappearing altogether. “You’re a Metamorph?” Melachor said, looking at the Imp. The man raised his finger to his lips and lowered his brow. He took a step back from the table and, to their amazement, began growing taller. His face stretched and his hair grew longer and changed colour. Jared, still clutching at his mother’s hand, shuffled behind her. After a few seconds, the transformation was complete. In place of an Imp, a fully grown Woodsman now looked down at the toddler and smiled. “Don’t be afraid, my young friend. You’re all safe here,” he said softly. He turned to Melachor and said, “But you must go, now. It’s not safe for me to remain here for too long. I must leave you.” “Our son?” Melachor asked quickly, motioning to the cooing child on the table. “The child is well now. Please, I must go before I am found. If He learns one of my kind is here, it will not be safe for any of the Imps that live here and I cannot put them in harm’s way.” The man took another step back and began shrinking again. He carried on shrinking, and within seconds he morphed into a Chirvel. The furry forest animal stood on its hind legs, no taller than a chair. It squealed and sniffed the air before scurrying off into the dark. Melachor and Veloria took Sandor and Jared and left. Melachor held his cloak over his family to shield them from the downpour. They went down the alley and tried to find their way out of the maze of backstreets. Melachor led his family through the ghetto and into the main square. Before them was a scene of total devastation. Bodies littered the ground everywhere. An Imp came running towards them screaming. “Quickly. Hide! He’ll kill you. He’ll kill us all!” Melachor grabbed the man by the shoulders and tried to speak sense to him but he tore himself free and ran off screaming again. Suddenly, a blinding ball of light came flying through the air and struck the fleeing Imp in the back. As it hit him, he and the ball of light both disappeared into thin air. Melachor squinted in disbelief. Several more Imps emerged from various alleyways. They, too, were screaming in panic. More blinding balls of light emerged and struck them each in quick succession. Just as before, they vanished as each ball of light struck. Melachor hurried his family out of the square and towards the edge of the town. Every few seconds, they heard the sound of screaming followed by silence. Each time this happened, a streak of light illuminated the stormy sky. One by one, all the Imps of the Southern Tip were being wiped out. The family rounded a corner and found their path blocked by a Trader huddled in a dark cloak. He was kneeling on the ground, holding a crystal orb in one hand. The man was muttering an incantation. As he did so, the orb began pulsating with flashes of light and a swirling vortex formed above it. Through the vortex, Melachor could see a field of green bathed in sunlight. The man stood up, glanced over his shoulder and jumped into the vortex. Melachor turned to Veloria. Over her shoulder, he could see a blinding ball of light coming towards them. Veloria turned and screamed. Before any of them could react, the ball of light struck her. She and the two children vanished. “NOOOO!” Melachor yelled. Tears streamed down his face and he stood there with his arm held out to where his wife and children had been standing. Then another ball of light came flying around the corner. It hovered for a second before rushing towards Melachor at high speed. He turned and looked at the vortex over the orb, which was now dissipating. Without thinking, he lunged to grab the orb just moments before the ball of light was upon him. There was a flash, and everything went black.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~ Rebecca Ethington

Magic as you've never seen it before. A love like you always dreamed about.

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KoF NEW BN KoboJoclyn Despain has been marred by a brand on her skin. She doesn't know why the mark appeared on her neck, but she doesn't want anyone to see it, including her best friend Ryland, who knows everything else about her. The scar is the reason she hides herself behind baggy clothes, and won't let the idea of kissing Ryland enter her mind, no matter how much she wants to. The scar is the reason she is being hunted.If only she knew that she was.If only she had known that the cursed stone her estranged father sent for her 16th birthday would trigger a change in her. Now, she is being stalked by a tall blonde man, and is miraculously throwing her high school bully ten feet in the air.Joclyn attempts to find some answers and the courage to follow her heart. When Ryland finds her scar; only he knows what it means, and who will kill her because of it.

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smileRebecca Ethington is an internationally bestselling author with almost 700,000 books sold. Her breakout debut, The Imdalind Series, has been featured on bestseller lists since its debut in 2012, reaching thousands of adoring fans worldwide and cited as "Interesting and Intense" by USA Today's Happily Ever After Blog. From writing horror to romance and creating every sort of magical creature in be-tween, Rebecca's imagination weaves vibrant worlds that transport readers into the pages of her books. Her writing has been described as fresh, original, and groundbreaking, with stories that bend genres and create fantastical worlds. Born and raised under the lights of a stage, Rebecca has written stories by the ghost light, told them in whispers in dark corridors, and never stopped creating within the pages of a notebook.
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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Fantastic Fantasy Fair~JA Culican



J.A. Culican is a teacher by day and a writer by night. She lives in New Jersey with her husband of eleven years and their four young children.

J.A. Culican’s inspiration to start writing came from her children and their love for all things magical. Bedtime stories turned to reality after her oldest daughter begged her for the book from which her stories of dragon’s came from. In turn the series The Keeper of Dragons was born.



Twitter: @jaculican



Join international bestselling author, J.A. Culican on an epic fantasy adventure that fans and critics are calling a world of magic, and comparing to Robert Jordan.


The Keeper of Dragons: The Prince Returns (Book 1)

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A mystical calling.
On his 18th birthday, Cole's learns that he is a dragon fated to save all that was deemed true.
Cole's life spirals into an uncontrollable battle for life or death. First, he learns that his family isn't really his own and his birth parents are dragons. With that legacy comes a special calling; devoting an eternity to protecting all true beings from creatures bent on controlling the Earth and bringing an end to dragons.
As the newly-minted Prince of Ochana, Cole is also the Keeper of Dragons and his first task is to keep the nefarious farro-fallen fairies-at bay. With no formal training, no control of his mahier-dragon magic, and fear like he's never experienced before, will Cole be able to reach outside of his human side and embrace his destiny in time to defeat the farros?

The Keeper of Dragons: The Elven Alliance (Book 2)

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The fates have spoken.
Cole and Eva are the Keeper of Dragons - the only ones who can save all true beings from a time of fear.
Uncontrollable power.
Cole finds himself unstable, unpredictable and volatile. He has no control of the tillium-fairy magic he stole from the farros. Out of options, the dragons turn to a once ally - the elves - for help. Curious about the dragon who wields both dragon and fairy magic, they accept - but on their terms only. The dragons must submit to Prince Gaber and his rules. A new enemy. Queen Tana continues to haunt Cole's dreams, as a new enemy shows his face - another fallen enemy with a bigger agenda than the farros-fallen fairies; an enemy stronger and smarter; an enemy with an army that could destroy all true beings. Enter King Eldrick of the eldens-the fallen elves.
Sometimes evil wins.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017


Genre: Young Adult
Graphic Artist: Kris Pittman - Breakaway Designs
Release Date: TBA - Late January 2017
Layla has grown up hearing the rumors of the beastly boy who lives in the forest on the edge of town, but she knows there is no such person. It’s nothing more than an urban legend.
On the night of her high school graduation she drives through the forest to get home from a party when her tire hits water on the road, sending her car spinning into the trees. She slams her head and is out cold.
Fortunately, a mysterious stranger shows up to help her.
Hours later she wakes up in an old abandoned house, her savior shrouded in darkness. Over the next couple of days, he nurses her back to health, but she never sees his face. He wears a mask and refuses to take if off. In the final minutes before her departure, curiosity gets the better of her and she yanks his mask off. Immediately, she is horrified. His face is deformed and unsightly.
Angry, he tells her that she’s made a terrible mistake, and now she can’t leave.
While held prisoner, her captor waffles between cold and kind. It’s in those kind moments that Layla feels drawn to him in a way she’s never been to anyone before. As days morph into weeks, the coldness melts away and the two grow closer. She realizes that the stories the town has heard about the beastly boy are false. He’s not the monster they’ve made him out to be.
But Layla knows better than anyone that their love will never survive in the outside world. Therefore, she has a choice to make. One that she fears will end badly either way.
This modern-day retelling of Beauty and the Beast reminds us that love is powerful, and it truly can conquer all.