Ancients (The Librarian’s Coven Book 4) by Kathryn Moon #newrelease

Ancients (The Librarian’s Coven Book 4)

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The Ancients, a race of creatures between gods and monsters, are trapped in Canderfey. Fighting for their home, the University, and the remaining residents of the town, Joanna and her coven are in daily peril. When one of the Ancients escapes the boundary, the coven is separated, Isaac traveling in search of a solution to the turmoil of the summer.

As days wear on, can Joanna and her coven keep their warrior spirit, or have they been fighting too hard and too long? Perhaps the Ancients—older, more powerful, and impossible to kill—are an obstacle too enormous to overcome.

Will Canderfey be saved and the coven free to live in peace? Or will the cages, keeping Ancients in and magic out, crumble and set chaos loose upon the world?

Ancients is the stunning and emotional finale of The Librarian’s Coven series!

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Kathryn Moon

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Kathryn’s Moongazers

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Havoc by Auryn Hadley #newrelease @AurynHadley

Havoc: A Reverse Harem Epic Fantasy (Rise Of The Iliri Book 9) by Auryn Hadley

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HISTORY DECREES SHE MUST DIE—OR LOSE HER MIND

The world has waited a long time for the Kaisae—Salryc Luxx, leader of the iliri and commander of the allied forces. Kaisaes before her have died or gone mad. But now that they are so close to finally winning the war and finding peace for her species, either option is unthinkable! She’s still needed. The war is yet to be won, and now there’s a coup brewing at home in Anglia.

As Sal prepares for a crucial push into enemy territory, the biggest battle her country faces isn’t about destruction; it’s about the rebuilding that comes after. If they want this war to matter, their new citizens will need to remember what it means to be iliri: to make packs, have children, and find the remains of their culture. They’ll need to make a home, and do it together—all three species: iliri, graouri, and humans. Although Sal is battling personal issues almost as large as her military battles, like the fact that no Kaisaes live into a happy old age. They either die fighting—or they go insane.

The newest member of Sal’s pack, Ryali, has been recruited to research the creation of the iliri species in the hope of discovering the reason Kaisaes have historically lost touch with reality—and hopefully she can find a way to make sure it doesn’t happen to Sal. But she’ll need more than old books to help. Luckily, there’s an answer—and Sal’s newly-expanded four-mate harem is determined to save her. It looks like they’re going to need a much bigger tent.

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It’s the final stretch of Auryn Hadley’s Rise of the Iliri series, and in this ninth installment, heart-stopping military action-adventure in battle is blended seamlessly with enough heady, complex sociopolitical commentary to delight both fantasy and science fiction readers—not to mention the steamiest of love scenes, sure to excite reverse harem romance fans.

A Song of Ice and Fire’s beloved fantasy author George R.R. Martin once mused that he wished Tolkien had written more about what happens after the great war is won: How do the people move on? What of famine and flood? What happens next? Both Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones epic fantasy fans will find clever explorations of these questions here.

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For those who haven’t yet tried this series, now’s the time! It’s epic science fantasy at its pulse-pounding best, with a female protagonist sure to touch your heart—and win it—with her inspiring blend of compassion and strength. It’s also a searing-hot reverse harem fantasy romance—because it has to be. Not only is that the iliri way, but in any society, Sal would be too much woman for only one man.

Like in all of the Rise of the Iliri novels, this epic fantasy story focuses on loving relationships, platonic and romantic, with a steamy reverse harem theme. Sal’s erotic love scenes with her four male mates are explicit and almost unbearably titillating, although not for all readers—especially humans under eighteen.

DREAMING OF AYAMA #CoverReveal @K_AKnight

🚀 DREAMING OF AYAMA 🚀

Coming soon…

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Blurb:

“MAYDAY, MAYDAY…43, DAWNBREAKER HAS CRASHED…HELP…REPEAT….CRASH-LANDED…CAN ANYBODY HEAR ME?”

The day the Dawnbreaker exploded and we crash-landed changed not just my life, but also thousands of others’ lives for good.

Faced with an uncertain future on a mysterious and unknown planet, I am forced to adapt quickly. When it becomes clear we are not the only ones on this world, we need to try and gain their trust and friendship, or we will unwittingly start a war we have no chance of winning.

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With my men at my side, I can take on anything—at least, I think so. But what if the men I trusted are hiding secrets of their own? Lies unravel, truths are revealed, and The Saviours live on.

With enemies on all sides and people looking to me for guidance, will I bend and break, or stand tall and come out stronger than ever?

I’m Indy Stewart, a member of Colony Mission 43, and I am a survivor—whatever it takes.

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Author Ava Mason #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

Umm, I don’t now. I’m just a normal person. haha. I’ll try and make it more interesting than my bio. I was eighteen years old the first time I ever saw the beach. I love the feel of clean hardwood floor on my bare feet. I love trees and greenery and the beach. I’m afraid of the deep ocean *shiver* I lived in Hawaii for a time and learned that fact about myself. I could never force myself to go snorkeling because I have a stupid irrational fear of the ocean. My inspiration is Eric Thomas, I’m totally addicted to his kool-aid. My best friend died about 6 years ago and I still haven’t gotten over it. I’m very into positive self talk – I can force myself to do certain things because I talk myself into it. I am a total crossfit junkie. Like seriously, I’m one of those people. haha.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

Not at all. I actually wrote poems and stuff when I was a kid but only as a form of expression, not really wanting to publish any of them. But one day I wrote out a paragraph of an idea that popped in my head. I didn’t really do anything with it, just put it aside. One day my hubby read it and encouraged me to keep going. So it’s all because of him that I’m a writer today.

What are you working on now?

Right now, I’ve actually got 3 projects in the works. I have a co-author, Raven Steele, and we’re writing a very gritty urban fantasy series. I love writing it because I get to explore the darker side of myself. It delves deep into the underbelly of the supernatural world, where there’s violence and hatred and lots of fighting. But our characters always manage to find hope and love through it, not only with their love interests but also in their friendships with each other. That’s one thing I really love about this series. It’s not just about magical beings and romance, but about 3 friends who find each other. They all come from a very lonely existence, and through each other they find happiness.

I’m also writing a bully reverse harem, which is really stretching me as a writer! It’s a difficult path to travel – how to write someone who is so unbearably terrible to others and still make the readers fall in love with them. It’s also stretched me because I’ve never written something so character driven. But I’m really enjoying it a lot! I’ve learned how much I love to write such terrible people. I’ve always loved writing grey characters, especially the villains. Making the readers see their motivations and hopefully understanding them. Maybe even liking them a little bit. And this is an extension of that.

The other project I’m working on is super secret but I’ll be announcing it soon! And this one is more just something super fun and easy. It gives me a little bit of a break from all the dark stuff I’m writing.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I go through tons and tons of Mentos gum. Like I buy the bottles in packs and just chew and chew and chew. I also am addicted to cherry Coke Zero and Le Croix sparkling water, haha. I also listen to lots of music while I write, and usually end up with a playlist that speaks to me while I’m writing each book, then I move on to something else when I’m writing a different one. Bose headphones are my jam.

What are your hopes for the future?

A lot of my hopes have to do with my family. I want my kids to grow up and be happy. I can almost say I’ve accomplished my life goals, which is to have a great, loving family. Of course, there are other things I want. I’d love to be able to travel a lot and be financially set. But my main thing is that I hope to always keep my husband happy and my kids close.

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Ahh, this is a really hard question because there are a zillion things I could say. I’m trying really hard to think of something inspiring or helpful but really what it comes down is what all the other authors have ever said. You have to sit down and write. There is nothing more important than that.

I guess if I could give 3 pieces of advice that have helped me become more successful, I would say to first, if you want to write something that would sell, then read all the successful books in the genre you want to write. Read all of them, all the time. If you do that, then things will come a lot more naturally.

Second, learn about story structure. It does matter. A lot. I don’t even care if you’re a pantster. The structure of the story is the undercurrent of a good book. I cannot stress that enough. There are ways to structure a book that can still allow for a lot of pant-sing.

Third – and I have to admit that I copied this from Michael Anderle, but I think it’s the most important piece of advice I could ever give (besides to sit down and write) and that is to create characters that readers care about. You can mess up everything else but if your readers don’t care about your character, it won’t matter if you’ve done everything else perfectly.

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Readers, what can I say? haha. Readers drive me. There is nothing like the feeling of getting a message from someone who is affected by your books. I had a reader tell me that she was so inspired that she went back to school to learn how to be a writer. Other people wrote to me about how my books helped with their struggles, or help them forget the constant pain that they’re in. I love that kind of thing. Maybe it’s selfish or egotistical, but that kind of thing is like pure gold to me

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Author Amelia Oliver #interview

Please give a warm welcome to Amelia

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Tell us a bit about yourself

My name is Amelia Oliver, I’m a small seaside town girl from the UK. I’m a mum, an author and an all round crazy person.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I have. But you know… Life. I was encouraged by my good friend Jules, who is also an author. Well… She pushed me into it really. I owe her everything!

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I’ve lived by the ocean nearly my whole life. And as a kid I would make stories up of a world under the waves, with mythical creatures and an ordinary girl like me, who finds out that she is more than just an average person. Everly came to me and drove me crazy, so here we are.

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What are you working on now?

Right now I am working on several projects. Book 2 in The Everly Davis Chronicles, an anthology and a book that has yet to decide which direction it is going in.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

Not really, although I do all of my writing on my phone. I don’t have a computer, so I use Google docs. It allows me to write anywhere. I’m a disorganized writer, I don’t even make notes…Until I need notes.

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What are your hopes for the future?

My hopes are that I will be able to share my stories with people from around the world, until I can no longer.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Believe in yourself. That may be a cliché, but when it comes to writing, you have to believe that you are worthy. Also the author world is so friendly. Ask for help, you’ll get it. Everyone I have met so far has been so friendly and helpful.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Thank you SO much for supporting me. I feel like a tiny little colourless fish in an ocean of amazingly colourful big fish. I read other authors work, and I’m like “Omg. I wish I could write like this.” To have people read and like my book’s?, The best feeling in the whole world. I appreciate you all so very much. Amelia xoxo

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Blog post updated November 4th ~ 2019

The Connaghers Series Boxed Set by Joely Sue Burkhart is #free @joelysue

The Connaghers Series Boxed Set by Joely Sue Burkhart is free.

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The Connaghers Series Boxed Set

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Description

“A book you can’t put down, characters you can root for, a love filled with a sweetness and fiery heat only Joely Sue Burkhart could deliver in such stunning equality and sincerity.”

Get the complete Connagher boxed set including five full-length novels!

Conn, the sexy English professor who’s also a dom. His older brother, Victor, a Master walking the edge. Their sister, Vicki and her two men who are trying to find a way for everyone to be happy. Their mother, Virginia, and a forty-year-old unrequited love. Mal, the Mistress of Dallas, and her troubled cop who isn’t into the lifestyle at all. Or is he?

This boxed set features romances involving dominant men, dominant women, and a female switch.

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