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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Hellish Haven Blog Tour - Book Review + $25 Barnes & Noble Gift Card: Hellish Haven by L.K. Below



Author: L. K. Below
Release Date: November 17, 2014
Pages: 101
Publisher: Kensington Publishing
Cover Artist: Renee Rocco
Genre: Dystopian Romance



Synopsis from Goodreads
Two lives. Two realities. But only one truth. 
The Senator reigns all-powerful in a manifested picture-perfect world. No worries. No wars. Only the unspoken threat of oblivion if you step a toe out of line. On the other side of the divide, the rebels face a debilitating war against an invulnerable robotic army. Every day is a struggle to earn back their freedoms. Freedom to feel. Freedom of speech. Freedom of thought. 
Sergeant Grant Baker is pivotal to the war effort. But ever since his wife’s abduction, he’s been walking around in as much of a daze as the Senator’s brainwashed citizens. Then Eva reappears—without memories of him or their son. And he’s willing to do anything to keep her. Even if it means jeopardizing the war. 
Eva doesn’t know which side to believe. Her predictable life as a single nurse, or the man claiming to be her husband. All she knows is she needs to discover how to end the war, quickly. If she doesn’t choose sides soon, she may lose the man—and the life—she never knew she wanted. 

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    Hellish Haven is a short story about a soldier named Grant. Grant is leading a war against a man simply known as the Senator. The Senator has brainwashed the people of New York. No one can show any emotion and they are easily susceptible to suggestions. They are alive, but they might as well be robots. Some have escaped the clutches of his propaganda. Unfortunately, Grant's wife, Eva, isn't one of them. She has been kidnapped by the Senator, but she has escaped. Sadly though, she has suffered a concussion and can't remember her life with Grant and their son, Miguel. Grant has to find a way to jog her memories or they could lose everything they have worked for.

     What an interesting short story. I love a good dystopian love story. Eva can't remember anything. She thinks she is a single nurse that works at a hospital over the divide. The divide is what separates those who aren't corrupted by the Senator and those who are. The ones who live on the corrupted side live in modern day society and are completely oblivious to the war that is happening. Eva can't believe a war is taking place just outside of her home. I like that even though things are crazy, she is still pretty tough. She is a woman of action with or without her memories. I liked that a lot. 

     I loved Grant. He was a good soldier with a lot on his shoulders. He has a lot of people under his command. He is so dedicated to the cause and to his wife. I loved Grant's dedication to Eva. He would do anything for her. When he finds that she lost her memory, he tries to help her remember who they were and how much they love each other. The romance between Eva and Grant was sexy and yet also very cute. I loved that Grant didn't force her, but she still had feelings for him even though she can't remember him.  I couldn't stop laughing at how their son always stopped their heated moments. Eva and Grant were great together. 

     The plot is very fast paced. There really isn't a dull moment in this book. Not only was the romance great, but the story was great. I loved where the story went with Eva. Things got really crazy when the ball was in her court. Things really escalate with the Senator. I really enjoyed it.
  
     I did a couple of problems, however, specifically with the ending. Things were a bit too convenient at times. But I guess that can happen. I won't nitpick. I did have a problem with what happened afterward though. After things go down, Grant hears from his boss. This drove me crazy because I didn't understand why they didn't explain things to him. I won't spoil it, but you will know what I am talking about it. Why not speak up? I couldn't believe it. Still, I did like the very end though.

     Overall, this is a good short read. It is sexy, sweet, and has quite a bit of action. I do hope that this is a building block for a sequel or something. This story has an incredible world I would love to revisit along with characters I would love to see again. There is a lot of potential here. Definitely worth checking out.

 

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*This book belongs to the following challenges*
The Book Vixen's 2014 Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge     



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About L. K. Below

L.K. Below wrote Hellish Haven to bring her love of Orwell’s classic 1984 into the modern day…or near future, as it turns out.


She reads as obsessively as she writes and likes to Tweet about both at @LBelowtheauthor.

Connect with L. K. Below here:
Goodreads  |  Twitter  |  Website


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GIVEAWAY TIME!!!


a Rafflecopter giveaway


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Hellish Haven Blog Tour Schedule



November 18 Spotlight
SBM Book Obession

November 18 Review
Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock

November 19 Guest blog
Roxanne’s Realm

November 20 Twitter Party
1-2pm EST #hellishhaven 

November 20 Review
Offbeat Vagabond

November 21 Guest blog
Fang-tastic Books

November 24 Guest blog
The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom

November 25 When I’m Not Writing
Tynga's Reviews 

November 25 Spotlight
Emma Weylin

November 26 Guest blog
Lisa’s World of Books

November 26 Review
Sapphyria's Book Reviews

November 27 Spotlight
Houston Havens  

November 28 Ten List
Darkest Cravings

December 1 Interview
Eclipse Reviews

December 1 Review
Booklover Sue 

December 2 Character Interview
Author Karen Swart

December 2 Guest blog
Pembroke Sinclair  



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Monday, November 17, 2014

Release Day Blitz + Guest Post + $25 Barnes & Noble Gift Card Giveaway: Hellish Haven by L.K. Below






Author: L. K. Below
Release Date: November 17, 2014
Publisher: Kensington Publishing
Cover Artist: Renee Rocco
Genre: Dystopian Romance
Presented byBewitching Book Tours


Synopsis from L.K. Below
Two lives. Two realities. But only one truth. 
The Senator reigns all-powerful in a manifested picture-perfect world. No worries. No wars. Only the unspoken threat of oblivion if you step a toe out of line. On the other side of the divide, the rebels face a debilitating war against an invulnerable robotic army. Every day is a struggle to earn back their freedoms. Freedom to feel. Freedom of speech. Freedom of thought. 
Sergeant Grant Baker is pivotal to the war effort. But ever since his wife’s abduction, he’s been walking around in as much of a daze as the Senator’s brainwashed citizens. Then Eva reappears—without memories of him or their son. And he’s willing to do anything to keep her. Even if it means jeopardizing the war. 
Eva doesn’t know which side to believe. Her predictable life as a single nurse, or the man claiming to be her husband. All she knows is she needs to discover how to end the war, quickly. If she doesn’t choose sides soon, she may lose the man—and the life—she never knew she wanted. 

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GUEST POST




The Power of Women in Romance

We readers of romance know a secret that readers of other genres are only beginning to figure out. We know the true power of women. Think about it. Girls portrayed in fiction for young readers fall apart when rejected by their love interest. Mystery all too often victimizes women or paints them as helpless. Fantasy and science fiction use women as background noise, caricatures and stereotypes rather than people. This is changing, as woman-empowered literature is invading the mainstream. These other genres are learning what we romance readers already know:

Women are powerful.

Women in romance fiction take charge of their lives. They take risks. They put their lives -- and their hearts -- in danger. They are assertive, confident women…more or less the kind of woman I aspire to be. The kind of woman who pursues something she wants, be it a man, a job promotion, or even a much-needed day of relaxation.

That’s not to say the women we like to read about don’t have insecurities. Take, for example, my heroine from Beauty in His Bed, Amy, who is self-conscious about her weight. Or my heroine from Stone Cold Kiss, Kelsey, who would rather fly halfway across the world than give a public speech to earn the promotion she deserves. Both of these women, through the course of their stories, overcome those insecurities. They learn to embrace who they are, and that they have something important to say. They learn to trust in themselves.

The heroine of my newest book, Hellish Haven, is different from the other heroines I’ve written. Eva is thrust into a world she doesn’t understand, and struggles to reconcile what she knows with what other people (notably the man who proclaims himself her husband) present as history. But even while confused, she is no less powerful than other women in romance. In fact, I might say she is even stronger. Instead of accepting what she is told as fact, she digs deeper. She wants to find the truth. And when that truth endangers her young son, she is willing to put everything on the line in order to defy the government threatening to turn her son into a homeless orphan. She knows she must survive in order to reunite with her son. So, simply put, she does.

When I read a romance novel, I find myself feeling like I can be superwoman, just like those heroines. They overcome obstacles we also face as women. Obstacles that sometimes tempt us to give up. Their example in the books I read inspires me to keep going. Romance novel heroines might be sassy, they might be reckless or insecure, but they always prove themselves to be the equal of any man, including the man who earns a place in their lives and in their hearts. The women portrayed in romance novels aren’t secondary characters, thrust out of the spotlight. They are women who refuse to be taken for granted, who give as good as they get, and achieve the goals they set their sights on. They are women like you and I, women who teach us that assertiveness and perseverance will win the day. Like the heroines we love and admire, we can do anything we set our minds to.

Why? Because women are powerful.  



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About L. K. Below



L.K. Below wrote Hellish Haven to bring her love of Orwell’s classic 1984 into the modern day…or near future, as it turns out.


She reads as obsessively as she writes and likes to Tweet about both at @LBelowtheauthor.

Connect with L. K. Below here:


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GIVEAWAY TIME!!!



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Hellish Haven Release Day Blitz Stops!



Fang-tastic Books

Roxanne’s Realm

3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too!   

Deal Sharing Aunt

Lisa’s World of Books

The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom

Sapphyria's Book Reviews

Share My Destiny

Books Direct

Book Purses & Reviews

Mila Ramos

Offbeat Vagabond



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Saturday, November 15, 2014

A Taste of Winter Blog Tour - Review + Excerpt: A Taste of Winter (Lakeside #2) by Laila Blake

Author: Laila Blake
Series: Lakeside
Number in Series: 2
Format: ARC ePub
Release Date: October 28, 2014
Pages: 238
Publisher: Lilt Literary
Genre: Fantasy/Historical Fiction/New Adult/Paranormal Romance













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Synopsis from Goodreads

Picking up where BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON left off, A TASTE OF WINTER is the second book in a romantic paranormal fantasy trilogy, set in alternate history medieval times. It follows the life of young Moira, a half fae noblewoman who fell in love with her shape-shifter guard and ran away from her ancestral home.

Traveling the country, searching for a safe place to stay, the two of them soon realize that life is not as kind to them as they might have hoped. They feel the sting of prejudice and bigotry in each town they visit, and the reality of poverty and winter begin to erode Moira and Owain’s blossoming love.

In the castle they left behind, darker plans are afoot. The fae spy Brody is slowly taking over, and he has no love for humans. He needs to be stopped before he can seize power and trigger another war between the races. But Moira and Owain are long gone, and Brody always seems two steps ahead.

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EXCERPT

Excerpt from Chapter 7

Moira woke with a start. Her heart was hammering in her chest and she found herself patting her head and hair trying to extinguish the flames she had dreamed. Still only marginally conscious, she moaned in pain, yowled and curled in on that body that seemed to be pummeled with incorporeal kicks and beatings.
“Owain!” she cried out, as just for a moment, the pain did not seem to hers but his—the flames not on her but on his hair and eye-brows, his face distorted in blind agony. And suddenly, like a veil lifting, the beatings stopped. She touched her face just to make sure, just to feel herself rooted in reality, but there were no burns, no pain anymore. The room was lit by her glow, but Moira still felt around in the bed as though her eyes could have deceived her and missed him.
“Owain!” she called again. He wasn’t there. She had fallen asleep in his arms, but he was there no longer.
She was out of bed a second later. Something was wrong. Very wrong. She could feel it in her skin, in her bones, in her face that still felt scorched even though she had run her fingers over it to check several times.
Where was Owain?
She found herself rubbing her naked arms. Distracted by the strong glow, she strode over to the small and almost blind mirror. She had to trust her fingers about the health of her skin, but the glow was strong enough for both mirror and widow to capture and reflect back at her. Almost too late she remembered to draw the curtains. She shivered again—not because she was cold, though. Something was wrong. It hadn’t been an ordinary dream, that much she was all but certain of. She couldn’t trust herself entirely, not when she was this scared—but even though the direct pain had left her body, her face and her skin—it was still there, had shifted deeper into a hidden place in her soul. Inside, she was hurting and the more she allowed her mind to search for that pain, the more she could feel it.
Moira uttered a confused whimper and then quickly shook her head. Tears had sprung to her eyes and she could hardly see the clothes she was grasping for. She had to find him, that was all she knew: Owain was in terrible danger, and she had to find him.
Even as she had forced a dress down over her body and tights up her legs, she could still see the glow coming from her hands and face. That, too, gave her cause to worry. It had never stayed this long before. She shivered and then found a pair of gloves and a heavy cowl to pull deep into her face.
Her fingers on the door knob, she hesitated. If anyone saw her like this, she knew there was a chance she could make it all so much worse. But she couldn’t sit there and hide, not when her soul seemed to be crumbling, battered and dying inside her body. She couldn’t stay still, couldn’t let him hurt without even trying. He wouldn’t leave her to stay safe himself and neither would she.
As she pushed herself down the staircase and all but fled through the tavern and out into the night, the feeling of pain grew stronger again. She closed her eyes but there was only heavy rain and the wind howling in her ears. Stumbling a few steps down into the muddy streets, she found herself shouting: “Owain! Owain!”
But the wind swallowed the sound.
Tears ran down her cheeks, but she was barely aware of them through the colder water that smacked against her skin with each step. Her dress was soaked almost immediately and her shoes water-logged. She slipped in the mud once, caught herself on a lamp post and called for him again. The next time, she tore her knee open on a piece of gravel. She cursed and ran on. She could feel him—the wolf and the man—could feel them cringing in agony, fighting with their last vestige of strength. He was still alive, she knew that much. He was still alive and she had to find him!
The connection was fragile and tiny—it was nothing like the way she felt in his arms when they lay together spent and happy and wrapped up in each other’s beings, each other’s souls. But it was a connection—and without thinking, without questioning, she followed.


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     A Taste of Winter is the sequel to Blake's Lakeside series. In this book, we embark on Moira and Owain's journey after they ran away from Rochmond castle. They are madly in love with each other, but sadly, the rest of the world isn't. Owain being a Blaidyn (werewolf) seems to be the only thing people worry about. Not only must they suffer through the prejudice of those around them, they have to suffer with their living conditions as well. Moira is a former lady who doesn't know life outside the castle and Owain is a werewolf no one will hire. They travel day to day with very little to spare. They have no one idea how long they can go on or where they will go next.

     I really enjoyed this sequel. By the Light of the Moon was such a beautiful fantasy world and I couldn't wait to immerse myself in that world again. Blake made it worth the wait. In the last book, we focused more on the worldbuilding and plots. In this book, it slowed down a bit as the main focus is Moira and Owain. I loved that we get the chance to see their love grow and how protective they are of one another. Moira is a human/Fae hybrid. She has power, but it isn't much. She doesn't know the world or how to survive in it on her own. Owain is tough and knows the world like the back of his hand. I like that it got to a point where it switched up a bit. Owain suffers a terrible injury and Moira is left the save him. I love that even though she is scared and has no idea what to do, she keeps her wits about her and is able to save him.

    Moira and Owain had encountered many challenges. I love that the book is realistic in this manner. They may be in love, but it won't be easy. It was heartbreaking seeing the doubt they had whether they could survive like this especially Owain. He is a strong man with a lot of pride. He feels like he took Moira away from her comfortable life and is dragging her through Hell. He hates that he can't give her what she needs. He hates that he has left them vulnerable. It made me love him more because it just shows how much he loves her. What surprised me most though was Moira's strength in this book. She has grown so much. She had enough strength for both her and Owain. Owain doubted his ability to take care of her and Moira was the one to step up and say we take care of each other. She gave an amazing speech when Owain was about to do something royally stupid and I felt the need to give her a standing ovation.

     The story is mainly told through Moira and Owain, but we also got more story from Maeve, Moira's mother. She is a Fae who loves the human world (most Fae don't). She is back to try and fix what she could to save Moira. Her story is sad and it is far from over. We learn so much the last third of the book. She has been through a lot and has made a lot of sacrifices to save Moira. I can't wait to see where her story leads because where it left off has me very worried.

      As I said most of this book is about Moira and Owain. But we do get a little bit of the scheming that is taking place since Moira is gone. Brody/Brock has a plan and that plan will ruin the Fae and humans. We get to see just how vile and manipulative he is in this book. His hatred for humans is insurmountable. He will do anything to get rid of us and the Crosslings (human/Fae hybrids). We do have a bit of a surprise at the end, so maybe things will look up. Nonetheless, things just got crazy.

      This was a wonderful sequel. I had a hard time putting it down. I love the world of Fae, werewolves, and humans. I like that there is a bit of realism thrown into this Fantasy world. I love that we got romance and some super sexy scenes. Thank you so much, Blake. If you are expecting a sweet little romance, look elsewhere. Those scenes were hot and I loved every one of them. This is a great read for Paranormal Romance fans. I can't wait for the conclusion. It will be epic.


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*This book belongs to the following challenges*
The Book Vixen's 2014 Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge
Under The Covers Book Blog 2014 Immortals Reading Challenge


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About Laila Blake

Laila Blake (lailablake.com) is an author, linguist and translator. She writes character-driven love stories, co-hosts the podcast Lilt and blogs about writing, feminism and society. Her work has been featured in numerous anthologies. Keeping a balance between her different interests, Laila Blake’s body of work encompasses literary erotica, romance, and various fields in speculative fiction (dystopian/post-apocalypse, fantasy, paranormal romance and urban fantasy) and she adores finding ways to mix and match. A self-proclaimed nerd, she lives in Cologne/Germany, harbors a deep fondness for obscure folk singers and plays the guitar. She loves photography, science documentaries and classic literature, as well as Doctor Who, Game of Thrones and The Big Bang Theory. You can find her across the web. To stay up to date with her most recent publications, please consider signing up for her spam-free newsletter.

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Monday, November 10, 2014

Spotlight + Excerpt + Giveaway: Karma (Karma #1) by Donna Augustine




Author: Donna Augustine
Series: Karma
Number in Series: 1
Release Date: July 9, 2014
Publisher: Strong Hold Publishing
Cover Artist: Donna Augustine
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Presented byBewitching Book Tours


Synopsis from Donna Augustine
People say karma's a...well, you know. Personally, I don't think I'm that bad. It's not like I wanted this job. I wasn't even in my right mind when I accepted the position.  
Now, I'm surrounded by crazy coworkers like Lady Luck, who's a bit of a tramp, and Murphy's Law, who's a bumbling oaf. But the worst is Fate. He's got a problem with transfers like myself, and I have to see him constantly. It's unavoidable. We're hunting the same man—my murderer.

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Review: A Night Owl Top Pick

I was immediately drawn into the story and once I started I couldn't put it down. I can't wait for the next book in the series. ~ Review by BookGirl


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EXCERPT

“No. Just you. Everyone has their own department. You are Karma.” He pointed toward me dramatically, the way someone would try and accent a meaning to a person who didn't know the language.

“I'm not sure I'm adequately suited for this position. Even for a month. I'm more of a “bygones be bygones” kind of person. Don't you need someone a bit more vengeful?”

He looked down at the file spread on his desk. “I would disagree. Your file said you would be an excellent candidate.”

“May I see that?” I asked, eying up said file on his desk. How much did Harold know about me? Everything? That was an uneasy feeling. Even the best of us had our secrets and even though I considered myself a decent human being, I didn't think I fell into the saintly category.

The file didn't look big enough for my entire life to be in it. It didn't even look thick enough for a short story. Maybe just a highly edited Wiki version?

“No, absolutely not.” He shut the Manila folder quickly, as if I were going to jump up and try to peek. The guy took neurotic to a whole other level.

Okay, the file wasn't that important. I needed to keep the peace and simply explain in better detail how I'd made an error in judgment. Be nice. My southern mother had always said you caught more bees with honey than vinegar. She had tried to drill it into my head since I was a small child. It wasn't something I'd come naturally to, that was for sure, but it was a valid tactic, even if that wasn't the lesson my mother had meant to instill.

“Harold, when I agreed to work for you, I was under the duress of seeing my dead body. You can understand how jarring that can be, right? I wasn't thinking clearly at all.” It sounded logical enough to me, but I wasn't sure if he'd ever had the pleasure of dying and his manner didn't scream naturally empathetic.

He cleared his throat and I could tell by the set of his mouth that I wouldn't like the next words. “I'm sorry, but that's not how things work here. Like I told you, there’s a mandatory one-month trial period. An active one-month.”

He leaned back in his chair and pushed his glasses up closer to his face. His almost black eyes, artificially enlarged from the lens, stared at me in a bit of an awkward way. I wasn't sure if there was a bite to follow up his bark but his magnified beady gaze sure made the situation less than desirable.

Still, beady gaze and all, I had to try one last time. Perhaps a different angle. Regardless of my record, he clearly thought I was an idiot; maybe that was the way to go. I had no problem playing a stooge if it got me out of here quickly.

“As you stated, I'm a transfer. You really don't want me. I'm a horribly slow learner. The mistakes I've made in my life, geesh, you'd squirm if you knew.” I twirled a finger in my hair for effect and wished I had some chewing gum to smack.

“Yes, I'm well aware.”

He was? Hey, wait a minute; I didn't think I'd done too badly for myself. What were these jerks writing about me in that file?

“Fate will help you with that.”

And just like that, I had bigger problems. I wasn't just stuck here; I was stuck with him. “The guy who helped me so far?”

“Yes.”

“No.”

“It has to be him.” Harold threw his hands in the air, as if why am I bothering him? Not his orders.

“Then I'll work alone.”

I'd be clueless but peaceful. There was something wrong about that guy. There was something too bossy or too intense. I couldn't even describe exactly what it was about him that was too much, but it was.

Even the brief moment I'd actually been in my right mind around him, it was as if his presence exerted some sort of gravitational pull, stronger than a normal person’s. As if his intensity could throw me out of orbit. And I didn't want to go out of orbit. I had enough things to handle besides ping ponging around.

“Non-negotiable. I've got orders.” Harold folded his hands and rested them atop his desk, littered with paper.

“From who exactly?”

“The universe.” His chin notched up a hair.

“Would it be possible to speak to this universe person? I'm sure they'll understand that there is a personality conflict.” It was time to bump my complaint to upper management.

“No one speaks to the universe.”

“Then how do you know what to do?” I leaned in a little.

“Simple. Through my orders.” His eyes started to twitch.

“Which you get how?”

“My memos.”

“Then you can send a memo to the universe. I won't work with him.”

“I'll file your complaint but it won't matter. And don't forget, as I've already explained, it has to be an active month.”

Twenty-five days. I've dealt with worse for longer. One case in particular came to mind. The guy actually tried to bite me when we lost. Harold didn't seem inclined to bite and he didn't get into my personal space. I could deal with him.

On the other hand, Fate looked like he might be the biting sort.

“Do the last five days count toward the thirty? Time served and all?”

“Yes.”

“These first days were highly unpleasant. Do you think I could get extra credit for those? Maybe, I don't know, you could knock off a day or two? Like they do in jail for good behavior?”He squinted his eyes and tilted his head. I was going to take that for a no.
 

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About Donna Augustine


Donna Augustine’s lifelong ambition was to become the crazy cat lady. Unfortunately, when family allergies cut short her dream of living in a house full of furries, she turned her ambitions toward writing. Combining her love of fantasy, sci-fi, horror and romance, she tries to string together interesting twists on urban fantasy.


A native of New Jersey, when she isn’t writing or over dosing on caffeine, she can occasionally be spotted in disguise at the local dog park.


Connect with Donna Augustine here:
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GIVEAWAY TIME!!!

One lucky winner will win an ecopy of Karma by Donna Augustine. All you have to do is follow and leave a comment. Good luck!


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Karma Blog Tour Schedule

October 27 Interview
The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom

October 27 Spotlight
IndieWritersReview.

October 28 Interview
Butterfly-o-Meter Books

October 29 Spotlight
Cassandra M's place 

October 30 Guest blog
The Buttontapper 

October 31 Spotlight
3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too!  

November 3 Guest blog
Romantic Reads and Such

November 4 Top Ten Foods to "Die" For
Cabin Goddess

November 4 Spotlight
Share My Destiny

November 5 Guest blog
Roxanne’s Realm

November 6 Guest blog
Marsha A Moore

November 7 Character Interview
Eclipse Reviews

November 7 Review
Sister Sinister Speaks

November 10 Review
Offbeat Vagabond

November 11 Spotlight and review
More Books Than Livros

November 12 Character Interview
Anya Breton Author's Blog

November 13 Spotlight and review
Books N Pearls 

November 14 Spotlight 
Sapphyria's Book Reviews

November 14 Review
Book Briefs Book Blog 

November 17 Review
Deb Sanders

November 18 Review
My Book Filled Life 

November 18 review
Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock

November 19 Guest blog and review
Urban Girl Reader 

November 20 Interview
Author Karen Swart

November 20 Review
Book lovers Club

November 21 Top Ten List
Darkest Cravings

November 21 Review
Shut Up & Read 

November 24 Interview
Pembroke Sinclair.  

November 24 Guest blog
Fang-tastic Books



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