#Free Books Galore 3

Taken by Storm (Storms of Blackwood Book 1) by Elle Middaugh

Curse Marked: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance (The Marked Series Book 1) by Rinna Ford

Queen of the Fireflies: A Fantasy Romance (Aurelia Chronicles Book 1)

Cursed Hearts Box Set (entire PNR series plus bonus novella) by Meg Anne

The Dreamer (Keepers Prequel Novella) – high fantasy romance

Mother of Shadows (The Chosen Book 1) – high fantasy romance

Sharp Change: BBW Paranormal Shifter Romance (Black Meadows Pack Book 1) by Milly Taiden

Bound in Flames: Paranormal BBW Shapeshifter Dragon Romance (Drachen Mates Book 1)

Daughter of Persephone: A Reverse Harem Romance (Cerberus Book 1) by Helen Scott

Wounding Atlantis (Four Worlds Book 1)

Free March 15th-19th, The Girl Who Cries Colors by Raven Kennedy

We See You by Miki Ward & Garret Ward

Shadow Touched (The Veil Keeper Book 1) by Harper Wylde

Taking Breath 1: Paranormal Romance (The Elemental Series) by Mila Young

To Catch A Fae

Marks of the Mazza: A Paranormal Romance (Mazza Series Book 1) by Blake Blessing

Waking the Demon Within (Hells Wrath Book 1) by Alexis Taylor & Nikki Young

A Court of Blood and Void: a Reverse Harem Fantasy Romance (War of the Gods Book 1) by Meg Xuemei X

Unleashed: A Rejected Mates Prequel by Alexis Taylor & Beth Hendrix

A Heart of Stone

March 15th – 17th Courtesans in Space (The Space Courtesans Saga Book 1) by Cheri Chaise

DAIMON (Nerys Newblood Book 1) by Lucinda Darkly

#Free Books Galore 2

Free March 16-20 Rose (Jewels Cafe Book 12) Standalone Paranormal RH RomCom by Jewels Arthurs


GRIT (The Remnant Gods Book 1) by Elle Cross

Stalker’s Path: The Search for Her Brother Novella by Jenee Robinson

From Cupid (Working Girl Book 1) by CY Jones

The Wasteland: Their Champion Book One by K.A. Knight

Scarlett Limerence (Stand-Alone)

The Standby (Stand-Alone)

Voyage to Ayama (Dawnbreaker Book 1)

The Hero Complex (Stand-Alone) by Erin O’Kane & K.A. Knight

17 through March 20 Flower Moon Rising (Lupine Hollow Academy Book 1) by Quinn Arthurs

A Dead and Stormy Night (Nevermore Bookshop Mysteries Book 1) by Steffanie Holmes

Forever & The Power of One: DOUBLE EDITION: The Forever Series, Book 1 & 2: A Paranormal Romance by Eve Newton

Demon Bound: Bound Series, Book One: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance

Lives Entwined: Enchained Hearts, Book 1: A Contemporary Reverse Harem

Free from March 16th to 18th – Onyx: Truth by J.S. Lee

Into The Seas Embrace (The Nameless Syren Series Book 1) by Avery Thorn

Red: A Dystopian World Alien Romance by S.J. Sanders

Magic Assassin Academy: Episode One: (The Magic Assassin Academy Book 1) by Storm Song


Chosen By Darkness: Ravana Clan Vampires by E.M. Moore

Summoned By Magic (Order of the Akasha Book 1)

Free the 16th through 20th. Broken Pieces (Leaving You, Finding Them Book 1) by Tammi Lynn

The Witching Hour (A Reverse Harem Vampire Romance) by K.M. Raya

20th – 21th. Never Ever (The Everly Davis Chronicles Book 1) by Amelia K. Oliver


Marked for Life (The Marked for series Book 1)

Call of the Siren (Obsidian Cove Supernatural Academy Book 1) by Jarica James

Fae Bound (Fae Knights Book 1)

Pranked (Echo Bay Book 1)

RH – m/m

ALL Elizabeth Dunlap’s eBooks will be free from March 16 to March 19

Dreams: Dreaming Of You: A Star Cove Academy Paranormal Mystery Romance

The Complete Inheritance Series: Special Anniversary Edition by Candice Wright

#Free Books Galore 1

Since the world is full of chaos and uncertainty, many authors have made some of their books free.

Fate of the Fae (The Creeper Saga Book 1) by Jenee Robinson


Born of Embers (Phoenix Rising Book 1) by Quinn Arthurs and Harper Wylde


Imprismed: Captured in Rainbowland (Fairy Tales Retold for RH) by M.J. Marstens

Unveiled: A Dark Menage

Fantasy RH humor or Dark Contemporary Menage

Queen of the Dead (The Dead and Not So Dead Book 1) by M. Sinclair


Revenge (Out For Blood Book 1) by CY Jones


Echoes and Entanglements (Remington Carter Book 1) by Emma Cole

Requiem (Remington Carter Book 2)

Purr-fect Portrait: A Pet Play Short Story

Death Dealers: Episode Two (Death Dealers Serial Book 2)

Hexes and Handcuffs: A Limited Edition Collection of Supernatural Prison Stories

f/m – RH

Her Secret: A Reverse Harem Romance (Bad Influence Book 1) by Ivy Fox

The King (After Hours Book 1) m/f

RH – f/m

Mark of the De Danann: De Danann Series by Artemis Willow

Queens of the De Danann: De Danann Series

All Hallows Grove: De Danann Novella (De Danann Series)

A Magee Thanksgiving: De Danann Novella


The Hidden Cure (Silver Moon Book 1) by Gabbie Ash and Kat Blak


A Demon’s Horns: Vice College For Young Demons: Year One by Marie Mistry


Stained Egos (Salsang Chronicles Book 1) by Serena Akeroyd

The S*x Tape: (A Dark, Bully, Academy, Why Choose Romance)


Kinky Baby (Sugar Babies Book 1) by Charity Parkerson


Rylee’s Awakening : The Curse Of Winchester Book1 by K.A. Morse

Rylee’s Reckoning: The Curse Of Winchester Book 2


Royals of Villain Academy 1: Cruel Magic by Eva Chase


Sol & Lune: Book One by Kathryn Moon


Inseparable by Siobhan Davis


Claimed by an Alien Warrior: BBW Alien Romance by Tiffany Roberts


New starting today: the entire House Isador boxed set is FREE through Friday via Joely Sue Burkhart

The House Isador Boxed Set: Their Vampire Queen Books 1-6

Royally Entangled: A Reverse Harem Fantasy (Her Royal Harem Book 1) by Catherine Banks


Author Xen Randell #interview

Please give a warm welcome to

Tell us a bit about yourself

First of all, thank you for taking interest into this new author. To be honest, I’ve always abhorred questions of this kind. I find it easier to talk about my writing, than myself. But then, that may be the same thing, right. In short, I’m a 35-year old artist. I paint, I design, I illustrate, I tattoo (or am learning to)… and now I’m a writer. I guess the art is in my blood and whatever shape it chooses to take, I always feel good creating.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

Yes. I have always felt the push, the need to write, but I wasn’t very good at it. Not at first. It took years and years of reading and learning the English language to finally feel confident enough to try and pour my imagination into words.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

The inspiration came in various forms: places, knowledge, dreams, music… I am what you might call a pantser writer, and I find my characters and plots in all things life can offer. The Wave inspiration came when I moved into the building with an atomic shelter underneath it. I imagined what it could be used for and the rest just… happened.

What are you working on now?

I’m working of finishing The Wave of Silence trilogy, then I’m about to start publishing a short novella series in Paranormal / UF genre with a twist. Also, I already have some ideas ready for The Wave spin-offs.

Do you have any quirks while working?

Uh, yeah. I find it hard to concentrate, or when I do, I dive into the hyperfocus where nothing exists but what I’m doing. The house may just burn out around me and I’d still be plotting my story. Needless to say, I’ve burned quite a few lunches while working.

What are your hopes for the future?

My plans and my hopes are different. My plans are to publish The Wave trilogy ‘till the end of the year and at least one or two novellas. My plan is to slowly start getting back the money I’ve invested into what I now consider my life-calling: writing. And my hopes? My hopes are that I’ll soon be able to write and design, and nothing more. It’s a dream come true.

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

I’m still too green to have any real advice, but I guess I do have two: 1. Don’t design your own cover if you’re not a designer! It’s a mistake many make, and it just may be the difference between success and your book sitting on the Amazon’s virtual shelf without being picked up. I say this as a designer and a librarian.

Learn. Read. Read a lot! Read authors that are better than you, read about writing, just read! Not all knowledge will be made for you but you will be able to take a bit from everything and create something your own.

Do you have anything to say to your followers?

Just – thank you! I am often amazed by the support I get, and I won’t ever cease to be thankful!





Xen’s Paranormal Squad

Complete series PNR RH 19

The Lost Sentinel series by Ivy Asher

My name is Vinna, and I’ve been keeping a lot of secrets.

You would too if you’d experienced some of the weird shit I have: red-eyed monsters chasing me, markings on my body appearing out of nowhere, a strange power that crackles colorfully over my skin from time to time, and don’t get me started on the weapons I can conjure up almost out of nowhere.

Lucky for me, I have yet to meet someone whose ass I couldn’t kick, inside the ring or out. I put that to the test when I run headfirst into a fight that brings all my secrets, and reality as I know it, crashing down around me.

Now, I’m looking for answers and trying to piece together what the hell is going on. Paranormal is my new way of life. It’s not going to be easy, and I’m not exactly welcome.

That is, until I meet the boys, and trust me, they are anything but boyish.

I’m up against elders who think I’m too powerful, a family who views me as a threat, and something lurking in the shadows that’s been coming for me my whole life.

There’s not a chance in hell I’m going down without a fight. I’m not lost anymore, and I’m about to show this world exactly what I can do.

Guardians of the Fae by Elizabeth Hartwell

One strong woman. Four hulking Fae Guardians. Even a dark secret that could destroy the world doesn’t stand a chance.

Paranormal detective Eve Carter knows things. She’s always had uncanny gut instincts. When a run of supernatural murders take place, Eve thinks she may be the only one who can save her once idyllic hometown from the dark threat. 

What she doesn’t expect is four sexy Fae warriors to save her from a vampire attack. Or the mysterious bond that she feels with them. 

Guardians Noah, Tyler, Jacob and Cole have spent centuries protecting the Fae, so when there is a breach of the veil between the realms, they are ordered to investigate the disturbance. 

But what they find is shocking. A beautiful woman with the gift of the Fae . . . and a compelling desire to serve her every need. 

Guardians of Magic is a full-length Reverse Harem Paranormal Fantasy Romance. Action-packed, steamy, and addictive, you’ll be glued to the pages until the last word.

Her Warriors by Savannah Rose

I’ve always felt like I don’t belong, like the people who walk amongst me are merely figments of my imagination. Fading. Always fading. 
When a psychic confirms my suspicions, there’s only one appropriate reaction…to laugh. Loud and boisterous, like a wolf howling at the moon. 
Because what could be more ridiculous than being told I’m a queen? That I have 4 Viking warriors desperate for my return? That an entire kingdom will go up in flames and down in ash without my help? That a sister I have no recollection of is the one responsible?

Psychics aren’t to be believed. They’re all smokes and mirrors, that much I’ve always known. But what if she’s the exception to the rule? What if she’s right? Those are all logical questions, of course. 

The problem is, she could be wrong.

Viking Queen is a reverse harem romance novel suitable for readers over eighteen.

The Original Demons by Basia Pike

Hell isn’t meant for humans, yet here I am, all up in fallen angel business.

I’ve been thieving for a long time and getting myself out of places where I’m not supposed to be. I’m good at it. It’s kind of all I have, except for my best friend Adam… and his dumb ass wandered right into hell itself when we were on an illegal dig in Thailand. Not so sure we’re going to be getting out of this one.

So yeah, fallen angels, hell, magic; all that shit is real. And of course we got ourselves captured. These fallen angels aren’t so easy to hide from. Lucifer’s sister tried to kill us—a minor inconvenience that didn’t belong in their world—but he protected me. There’s a bond between us I just can’t shake, and I’m pretty sure it’s the only reason I’m still alive.

I’m human. I’m not supposed to be here. Everyone knows what must be done… everyone except Lucifer.

This bond just keeps on growing, building power and need inside of me that might be Lucifer’s only hope… and that of his brothers. 

Shit, I’m not getting out of this one, am I?

CHOSEN BY SHADOWS is a slow-burn reverse harem story and book 1 in the Original Demons series. As this is a series, only the relationship with Lucifer is developed in book 1. The other harem members and their relationships develop in book 2. Trust me, it’s worth the wait! 

Jewels Cafe series

The Jewels Cafe series, is a collection of 12 reverse harem romances set in the same small town. Each book contains its own Happily Ever After. There’s paranormal romance and contemporary romance.

The Witch Blood Chronicles by Debbie Cassidy

Being left behind to hold the fort every time the world needs saving, sucks.

Being a witch blood means access to magic, but Carmella Hunter can barely light a candle with her powers. She can bake the perfect cinnamon roll though, and the patrons of Piccadilly’s favourite bakery thank her for it. Still it would be nice to be the one doing the saving now and then.

You know what they say right? Be careful what you wish for…

One attack of flu germs, one delirious episode later and she’s bound to a djinn. A seductive, arrogant djinn who needs her help to track down the monsters hunting his people. With his power coursing through her veins, suddenly Carmella’s not so helpless anymore.

Maybe this partnership won’t be such a bad thing?

But someone doesn’t want her digging, someone will go to any lengths to make her stop.

Urban fantasy with djinn, dragon gods, magick and a heroine with heart.

Books in the series
Binding Magick
Defying Magick
Embracing Magick
Unleashing Magick

The Seer series by R.M. Walker

When Lily and her mother move to a small Cornish village she never expected it to be any different from their previous moves.
But truths she’d lived her whole life believing will be shattered. Myths will become reality and lies will be exposed. Lily is not alone though. Four boys, she meets at college, Nate, Matt, Josh, and Jake aren’t quite what they seem and will change Lily’s entire life. Whether she wants them to or not.

Chronicles of Arcana series by Debbie Cassidy

If Buffy and Angel could have banged without him going all evil, then we would have had Wilomena Bastion.

Dragons suck, like literally suck the life out of you if you let them. Trick is not to look them directly in the eyes, like ever. So, the day Wila finds herself staring into the most dangerous Draconi’s pretty, emerald peepers, she knows she’s royally fucked.

No one said saving a bunch of kids from being served up as treats to the dragon liege was going to be easy. Options are limited—immediate execution or servitude, and Wila prefers to have her head remain firmly on her shoulders.

Now, the self-professed dark avenger must work to bring down a resistance of demons hell-bent on making life difficult for the dragon liege. And, if that wasn’t bad enough, her new position comes with a partner, the dragon liege’s favoured demon enforcer; a creature of fire, fury and washboard abs who—let’s face it—is just gonna cramp her style.

With the help of a ghostly receptionist, a talking dog and the thing that lives in the basement, Wila will be forced to take on a most dangerous task. Add a dragon prince, a sexy troll blood and a billionaire mage into the mix, and things are about to get even more complicated. It looks like some serious brooding is on the menu, because for the first time in forever, Wila isn’t sure she’s up to the job.

A city filled with monsters needs a woman who can kick ass, and Wilomena Bastion is just the gal for the job.

Beyond the Shadows by Katie May

When I was three-years-old, I was found homeless in the woods, alone and feral. 

When asked how I survived all of those years by myself, I had one answer: the Shadow Man.

I have no memory of that time. No memory of anything, really, before the accident. I rely on stories from my fathers about this supposed imaginary friend.

Got into a fight at school? The Shadow Man made me. Stole from a store? He forced me to. Snuck out of the house? He came with me.

I had almost completely forgotten about him. 

Until I move into the horror house – the house rumored to be a gateway to hell. Strange things keep happening, and I am helpless to prevent them. 

More importantly, people keep dying. 

Particularly, people that harm me. 

It’s already a struggle to survive a new high school and town (including the attention of a dangerous gang), but now I have to survive ghosts too? 

One thing becomes clear:

The Shadow Man wants me to come home. 

This is a young adult, slow-burn, horror reverse harem romance.

Chronicles of Deadworld by Debbie Cassidy

Humans weren’t meant to live underground, but then artificial intelligences weren’t meant to feed on souls. Shit happens.

They say being a Potential is an honour. I say it’s a death sentence waiting to happen. It means the possibility of being picked to be a Guardian. It means leaving the safety of the Hive, and only a fool would willingly do that.

Turns out I’m surrounded by fools

Turns out I’m supposed to be one of them.

Monsters roam topside. Metal beasts that power themselves on human souls, and I don’t intend to end up as battery juice.

Being a hero means nothing if you’re too dead to enjoy it.

Better to stay safe in the Hive and hangout with my wolf-shifter co-worker or spend time with my enigmatic nephilim mentor. Heck, I’d rather be doing anything else then going topside. But I’ve made a promise to my best friend, a promise to get her to the finish line in time to win a spot as Guardian.

How hard can it be, right?

We have a plan.

So why do I feel as if something is about to go seriously wrong?

It’s a game. Just a game.

Or is it?

A Post-Apocalyptic Urban fantasy world with a slow burn Whychoose Romance.

(Deadworld is set a century after the events of Chronicles of Midnight and Chronicles of Arcana, and there may or may not be some familiar characters parading around. However, you don’t have to have read the previous series to enjoy it.)

Royal Secrets by Aleera Anya Ceres

The sea kingdom of Thalassar has a deadly secret: the one true heir has gone missing.

To save the kingdom, a lookalike is quickly thrown in her place.

Maisie is a waitress, not a royal. The glittering crowns, silk gowns, and three charming mermen can’t distract her from the real danger hidden in plain sight.

There was a reason the princess disappeared: she knew too much…and someone wanted her dead.

Fearless Destiny by Debbie Cassidy

For Kenna Carter, life is simple. Kill the monsters, close the breaches, collect a pay-check and keep her secret safe…until fate decides to be a bitch…

Kenna Carter is one of the chosen. Branded by fate as Fearless, she and her companions patrol the night and keep the city of Lindrealm free from otherworld denizens. Any pocket of darkness, any nook or cranny can spawn a breach, allowing hungry monsters from the Evernight to come crawling though. A reluctant treaty with Erebus and his clan of dark djinn offers protection from the worst of the monsters, and maintains the balance needed to keep Lindrealm safe. But fate has other plans for Kenna. 

One night, one mission, and her life is thrown off course. 

Broken and filled with despair, Kenna finds herself in Erebus’s world, a place of eternal darkness and enchantments. A prisoner or a guest, she isn’t quite sure, but with the help of a guardian angel and a talking gargoyle she hopes to find out just where she fits in the grand scheme of things, because Kenna has a secret destiny. One that she is about to discover could require the ultimate sacrifice. But when the time comes, will Kenna make the right choice?

The Hybrid Trilogy by Aleera Anya Ceres

They thought the beasts that had destroyed their world were gone…

When an old evil reawakens, the only way to keep their people safe is to ally with their enemy. But a marriage alliance is not what Keanna wants. And running from her fate only made things worse…

After the disappearance of her mother, Keanna is desperate to find her. Desperate enough to team up with three unlikely companions.

But what happens when her journey leads her to the one place she’d been willing to risk everything to avoid?

Braving the Beasts is a reverse harem serial and is recommended for ages 18 and older.

Author Frost Kaye #interview

Please give a warm welcome to

Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m a certified book dragon with an excessive TBR, a shoe obsession, and mum of two wee beasties.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

I haven’t always wanted to be an author. I’ve been writing since I was six years old but I never dreamed I’d actually publish a book, let alone have four series.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

My most current series is the Twisted Kingdoms, which is a dark epic fantasy series with a mafia undertone and a sprinkling of fairy tale dust. I watched snow white for the first time in ages and was sorely put out with how much I HATED the story line. I wanted Snow to be hunter, not the damsel in distress which inspired The Hunt.

What are you working on now?

I work on several projects at once. I’m currently working on The Rook (Twisted Kingdoms 2), Court’s Fool (The Aermian Feuds 6 and the last book in the series), and The Fallout (Dominion of Ash 3)

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I like a sunny spot to write and I like it quiet. I’ve tried to write at coffee shops, but I find myself people watching instead of writing. #creepersbecreepin

What are your hopes for the future?

I’m actually hoping to take it a little slow in the future. I absolutely hate a deadline so I’ve decided not to give myself one so I can read sink into the story without the added stress of finishing on time.

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

Advice… sit down and write. You can’t market a book you haven’t finished. Also, remember that this isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon. If you need a break, take it. Burn out is real.

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

To my lovely readers: I would never had been able to do this without you. It amazes me every day that someone would take their precious time and reader something I created. It’s humbling and I’m so very appreciative. (((HUGS)))




Author Debbie Cassidy #interview

Please give a warm welcome to


Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m a mum of three, full time writer and multi-tasker. I’m a total homebody who loves reading and gaming. The Xbox and board games are my go-to pastime activities. My ideal night out would be a yummy meal and a movie. Ideal night in would be to curl up with a book or gather around the huge dining table for a game of Lords of Waterdeep or Cutthroat Caverns. Basically, I’m a total geek, and so are my family.



Have you always wanted to become an author?

Yes, but back in the day it felt like a dream. I didn’t believe it would happen. I spent my spare time writing short stories and reading voraciously. The birth of independent publishing gave me the hope I needed to get my stories out there.



What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I watch a lot of supernatural dramas and shows, and I love mythology. I have a huge collection of books on mythology. I also tend to have very vivid story-like dreams, and I draw inspiration from all of these sources. My current work in progress is no different.



What are you working on now?

The Deadside Reapers is a series about…you guessed it, reapers. But not your typical reapers. These reapers are demons born of Lilith’s bloodline. You’ll find fallen angels, loup garou, witches Grigori, a talking python and a sassy ghost.



Do you have any quirks while writing?

Oh gosh, yes, although I didn’t know this until my daughter pointed it out. I was wincing super hard the other day and she asked me what was wrong. I’d literally just wrote that the heroine was wincing. So apparently, I make faces based on what I’m writing. Thank god she hasn’t caught me writing a sex scene!



What are your hopes for the future?

I just want to continue to write stories that take readers on wonderful journeys. It makes me so happy when readers enjoy my books and it makes me happy to write them.

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

Do your research before you hit publish. Make sure you know the market you intend to write in. Don’t just hit publish and expect your book to sell. There are way too many great books languishing on Amazon unseen due to lack of visibility. Write a great book but do the work to make sure it gets seen. Best of luck!



Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Thank you so much for reading my books. Thank you for supporting me with your kind words and your encouragement and thank you for being as crazy about my characters as I am. I love you.

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Author Zoe Parker #interview @zoeparkerauthor

Please give a warm welcome to

Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m a pretty average person, really. I have my eccentricities of course, lol. But some basics are that I live in a very small town in the country. I spend too much time on the computer and I love video games when I have time to play them.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

I’ve written stories since I could write, about 4 or so and it’s always been my dream to publish. So a lifetime.



What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

My current series was started because of a cheapy movie I saw on Netflix about Sin Eaters. That started the wheels moving.


What are you working on now?

Since of Sora series, about a Sin Eater who discovers she doesn’t have to save the world and suffer the pain on its sins. So I guess her making a big life change for her own happiness.



Do you have any quirks while writing?

I have lots of quirks, lol. I have a small obsession with notebooks and I still hand write a lot of my notes and stuff. Putting pen to paper lets me think clearer.



What are your hopes for the future?

Honestly, I just want to be a better author. I’m working on improving my style. My goal is to one day write that book that people remember.


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

For new authors, the biggest thing is actually writing the book. There’s a bazillion self-help books on what to do that focus on outlines, character bibles etc. While the most important thing of it is to finish the manuscript. That’s my best advice. THEN worry about editing, covers, etc.

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

I love my readers. Honestly, I think they’re some of the most intelligent, witty people I’ve met. I’m honored that they read my books and hope one day I can show them how much.


Hand In Fire


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Savage Squad – Reader Group for Zoe Parker

A Year of Blogging 2019

This year has certainly been one big surprise that kept going. 2018 was the year I fell madly in love with the reverse harem genre. 2019 was the year I decided to start interviewing some of those amazing RH authors. Well that snowballed quickly. I have interviewed over 231 authors, cover designer, models, bloggers, formatters and so on. I’ve also started two groups Soe Delights which is all about RH and menage, and Soe Book Bliss which is every genre. I started the same on Instagram.

I met another blogger, Ira Myriam. We started talking and suddenly we were working together. She is an amazing, generous soul that I consider myself very lucky to know, love you babe! Now Josie Cross PA have joined our madness and I couldn’t be happier *whispers: she’s organized* love you sweetie!

Check out my year in books on Goodreads


My TBR list grows every day and I know I’ll never be able to catch up. My swag addiction is flourishing and my shelf with signed paperbacks is my pride and joy. Oh and let me just fangirl for a moment, I actually did an interview with Darynda Jones, yes THE Darynda Jones *squeeeee*

In 2020 I hope to find new and amazing people to interview. There will of course be cover reveals, pre-orders, reviews, giveaways, book parties and much more.

☆Keep an eye out for Tempest Trio

Below you can see the names of all the frigging amazing people I’ve gotten to interview.

Ann Swan ~ Ivy Asher ~ Poppy Woods ~ Raven Kennedy ~ Auryn HadleyK.A. Knight ~ Dionne Lister ~ Katie May ~ Erin O’Kane ~ H.A. Wills

Adell Ryan ~ A.K. Koonce ~ Steffanie Holmes ~ Ellabee Andrews ~ Loxley Savage ~ Scarlett Snow ~ A.C. Wilds ~ Blake Blessing ~ Sadie Moss ~ C.M. Wright ~ B.L. Brunnemer ~ Jarica James ~ Rowan Thalia ~ Nora Ash ~ Trina Bates ~ Nicki Boop ~ Serena Akeroyd ~ Ripley Proserpina ~ Crystal Ash~ Autumn Reed~ Helen Scott ~ Lana Kole ~ Mila Young ~ Kathryn Moon ~ L.A. Boruff ~ Jade Waltz

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Author Takari Hunter #interview

Please give a warm welcome to

Tell us a bit about yourself

I want to state for the record now I’m really horrible about talking about myself. I never know what to say, but I’m willing to try if you’re willing to listen. I grew up in a small town in Midwest USA. Books have always played an essential role in my life. I loved them even before I could read. My parents would give me a new book for successful potty training (embarrassing baby stories lol). As I learned to talk, I began to make up stories to go with the pictures and “read” them to my very attentive stuffed animals. I taught myself to read at 4 or 5, with a little help from my friend Julie—who was a year older than me and was using what she learned in school—was the game-changer.

Fast-forward to the present day, I’m still an avid reader. I typically go through a book a day. I have lived all over the United States but settled back in my home state of Iowa after my divorce. Once my son started school, I knew I was locked in—at least until he graduated from high school. Now that he’s done with that, I’m free to move around again. I have a list of places I want to go to before making any significant changes. I may end up just staying put—it is where my family and my son is after all. Plus, I’m pretty sure my cat, BB, wouldn’t know what to do if he couldn’t police the neighborhood from his window perches anymore.


Have you always wanted to become an author?

It was definitely high on my list of possible career choices. All of my English type course professors encouraged me to write. I have always written short stories and poetry. It’s my way of journaling. I just never had any clue on how to get started, as far as where to submit a manuscript, finding an agent, etc. This was before the internet, and the unlimited information it provided, and LONG before Amazon came along to give self-publishing authors a platform. I shelved that dream for a really long time and focused on a career in business, until now. *evil laugh*


What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I find my inspiration by watching people or from interesting pictures I find on Pinterest. Sometimes, I’ll come across an image that screams really loud at me, it demands to have its story told. The pictures that inspired this current book/series ate at me for months. It wasn’t as loud as others, but it kept pulling me back to it. I knew there was a story and that it would be good, but it just wasn’t forming a clear picture in my head right away. Here’s the original inspiration:



Beautiful, isn’t it? ***NOTE: I have no rights to this artwork. I don’t know who the original artist is, I found it on Pinterest.


What are you working on now?

I’m still working on the Masquerade of Myths series. I need to get Betrayals & Broken Promises as close to perfect as I can before I release it out into the world, but I’ve also started outlining and plot the scenes for books two and three. This is just the first series that will be housed within the Hell on Earth World. There are currently, at least, three more series planned that will pick up the world story arc (it’s a big one) but will showcase a different heroine in each, with lots of crossovers involved. There’s always a possibility there will be additional series added to the world. It all depends on how many it will take to tell the story(stories).

I’m also working on, in the background, an epic fantasy series. It was actually the story that got me back into writing and started this journey for me. I finished book one a while ago but wasn’t happy with the scope of it, so tore it apart. I’m really working on the world-building and character development for the entire cast (there are A LOT) before I start again. Don’t expect to see this one for quite some time. I’m only casually working on it when I have writer’s block for my current WIP.



Do you have any quirks while writing?

Hmmm, that’s a good question. I sometimes need music and other times I need absolute silence. The one thing I can’t have is somebody in the house talking. My son has learned to either use his inside voice while I’m writing, or he escapes the house completely when he sees me sit down and pull up my laptop. I don’t think I have anything really quirky though. If something pops into my head, I’ll get back to you.


What are your hopes for the future?

I want to make this into a full-time endeavor. I’m willing to put in the work and time to make that happen. I’m more concerned with the quality of my stories versus the quantity I put out right now. I want to get to the point where I’m reliably publishing four books per year, one every three months. I’m excited and altogether nervous, but even failure can be a success if you can learn from it and get back up to try again.


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

Well, I’m new myself, but I’ve been around the community for a while. I think my best advice is:

DON’T GIVE UP. This is a skill that needs practice and lots of work. Nobody starts off perfect, nobody ends up perfect either. There’s ALWAYS room for improvement.

FIRST DRAFTS ARE NOT PRETTY OR PERFECT. They’re not supposed to be. Every time you revise it, the words will come together more, and it’ll look better and better.

EDIT. Hire an editor. Yes, this will be one of the most significant expenses you’ll incur on your book, but if you find a good editor, it’s worth the cost. Self-editing is essential, but you won’t get it as clean as a professional editor. You read what you think you wrote, not what you actually put on the page. Find an editor who is knowledgeable and interested in helping you grow as an author. Ask them questions.

Ok, that’s enough advice from me for now. 😊


Do you have anything to say to your readers?

To all my future readers: Thank you! Thank you so much for taking a chance on me by reading my book(s). When I write, it’s with the hope that I’m able to tell you the story well enough that you join the people in each book on their journeys.

I love hearing from people about anything: send a picture you think could inspire a story, how you related to something I wrote, even constructive criticism (don’t be an asshole) is welcome; tell me what I’ve done right or what I could use improvement on, tell me about your day. I’m a tad socially awkward, and small talk is not a skill I’m good at, but I’ll do my best to form a connection so I can speak more freely with you.


Betrayals & Broken Promises

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Takari’s Hunters

Betrayals & Broken Promises (Masquerade of Myths Book 1) by Takari Hunter

Being a chameleon demoness already made things tricky, but did it need to be this difficult?

All Dahlia wanted was her freedom, but first, she needed to buy out of her promised bonding, a promise that was made for her before she was even born. Almost a century of trying had taken its toll, and she’d done things she wasn’t proud of. Lost parts of herself along the way and flirted with the darkness inside her.

And it flirted back.

She told herself it would all be worth it in the end, but before she won that battle, everything in her life systematically blew up in her face—one piece at a time. Blaming it all on the beautiful, egotistical vampire who showed up in her life would be easy, but it started long before he arrived. With his help, she might succeed, but Dahlia wasn’t sure she could trust an outsider—not even one sent by Lucifer himself.

Dahlia was standing on the brink of having everything she’d ever dreamed of, but she also risked losing it all.

Was her freedom really worth the cost?