Last week, I announced the release of The Power of Love. This week, we’re going on an adventure–aka blog tour!
I’m beyond grateful for all those that have supported me. Some from day one and others that are newer to my journey. From the bottom of my heart,!!
Now, come and join the fun!! Visiting the below links isn’t only supporting me, but you’re also supporting my awesome hosts! ❤
Blog Tour Lineup:
About the Necromancer’s Daughter
A healer and dabbler in the dark arts of life and death, Barus is as gnarled as an ancient tree. Forgotten in the chaos of the dying queen’s chamber, he spirits away her stillborn infant, and in a hovel at the meadow’s edge, he breathes life into the wisp of a child. He names her Aster for the lea’s white flowers. Raised as his daughter, she learns to heal death.
Then the day arrives when the widowed king, his own life nearing its end, defies the Red Order’s warning. He summons the necromancer’s daughter, his only heir, and for his boldness, he falls to an assassin’s blade.
While Barus hides from the Order’s soldiers, Aster leads their masters beyond the wall into the Forest of Silvern Cats, a land of dragons and barbarian tribes. She seeks her mother’s people, the powerful rulers of Blackrock, uncertain whether…
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Hello, SE’ers! It’s Jan here to talk about an infuriating book marketing pitfall. I will share some tips to help make sure you don’t fall for useless book marketing promises that can drain your pocketbook.
New authors are desperate to get their work discovered. And that makes them vulnerable to promises that sound too good to be true. The old adage comes to mind, If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn’t.
But it’s not just new authors who are vulnerable. Even though seasoned authors tend to be more cautious, we can all still fall prey to these sharks. They’ve gotten good at saying what we want to hear.
So what can we do to protect ourselves and our money?
- First and maybe most importantly, if someone cold-contacts you, it should raise a big red flag. For example, let’s say you…
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I am wishing for a little peace this weekend, time to rest and restore after a very busy week!
Best wishes to everyone, and hope you all have a peaceful Sunday…
#TANKATUESDAY Weekly #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 291, 9/27/22, #THEMEPROMPT
The Nature of Lightning
I feel your hungry eyes touch my body I will hold you close move like a hurricane lose our souls in the storm wind love like the last lightning strike watch as the world fades into darkness leave nothing to chance but your hungry eyes enter the dragons mouth, hear lightning tear each star from the vault of heaven dance on the dark side of the moon write history with blue light hungry eyes speak of love lightning, our song let me be struck more than once touch me again ©AnitaDawes2022