Thursday, June 20, 2019

Lovecontu Song de Light Lovecontu Audio Set by Kaitlynzq Genre: Adult Literary Fiction, Poetry, Romance

Lovecontu Song de Light Lovecontu Audio Set
by Kaitlynzq
Genre: Adult Literary Fiction, Poetry, Romance 

The stories within Lovecontu Song de Light Lovecontu

connect, unfold, interweave many character’s stories
needs, feelings, desires, dreams

contain words of

caresses around
as a cocoon of soft cashmere
accompanied by sweet aroma
allures to intimate nearness
remains a velvet kiss

their threads as two crescent moons
connected under the firelights
that layer the chords, and form the lyrics

all of you entered my world as dawn’s awakening sky of soft palette
my garnet heart melted in iridescence to bloom in sun’s rays
glow in night’s depth as the stars echo the rhythm of my heart
my insides sigh and expand in delight
harmonious blend as our lives
circle the melody

caresses around
as a cocoon of soft cashmere
accompanied by sweet aroma
allures to intimate nearness
remains a velvet kiss

Information for the audio set:
Included in Lovecontu Song de Light Lovecontu audio set is
Ancient Script of Lovecontu audio poem
Legend of Song de Light audio book
Legend of Song de Light audio play

A set of interconnected stories with elements from each story that interweave in one another as heart’s wave, heart’s song, heart’s breath into downloadable mp3 files and pdf file.

An audio set that is interwoven in the Lovecontu Song de Light Lovecontu series that includes
Ancient Script of Lovecontu audio poem
Legend of Song de Light audio book
Legend of Song de Light audio play
Lovecontu Song de Light Lovecontu audio set

My fictional stories are written from the inside view

of a character’s interior heart-that

beautiful, vulnerable, intimate space
feelings, desires, needs, dreams

a blend of

delicate feather ripples of heart waves
needs, feelings, dreams, desires
quiet, gentle heart strings
tender, continuous
soft, vulnerable air mist
circles, weaves to caress
a sonic sea of heart’s breath

Woven into audio books that are recorded in my voice with a medley of music as a heart’s wave into
downloadable mp3 files; audio plays adapted from the audio books, and layered into pdf files like a
heart’s song; audio poems that are multiple poems designed to connect to form a story as a heart’s breath;
and audio sets that are sets of these interconnected stories with elements from each story that interweave
in one another as heart’s wave, heart’s song, heart’s breath.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Rebekah's Quilt by Sara Harris Genre: Historical Amish Romance

Rebekah's Quilt
by Sara Harris
Genre: Historical Amish Romance 

Who can Rebekah trust when the line between English and Amish becomes blurred?

An Amish Settlement. An English stranger. The Blizzard of 1888.

Rebekah's mother, Elnora Stoll, is the finest quilter in all of Gasthof Village but it seems Rebekah has inherited none of her skill. A sweet and gentle love blossoms between Rebekah Stoll and her childhood friend Joseph Graber, despite attempts by her saucy nemesis, Katie Knepp, to sway the young man's affections her way. When Joseph hints at the promise of forever, Rebekah is positive she should say yes to his proposal - until a mysterious English stranger shows up at her homestead and sets everything she thought she knew about her world on end.

Sara is a mother of four, animal lover and advocate, and conservationist. Little House on the Prairie, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, and Lonesome Dove are among her favorite shows/movies and books. Sara holds her B.A. in History and is the author of the historical romance series, An Everlasting Heart, from 5 Prince Publishing and recently debuted into the children's book realm with Chunky Sugars (5 Prince Kids), written for her own chunky baby.

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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

The Immortals The Immortal Brotherhood Book 1 by Alesha Escobar & H.M. Jones Genre: Paranormal Fantasy

The Immortals
The Immortal Brotherhood Book 1
by Alesha Escobar & H.M. Jones
Genre: Paranormal Fantasy

Raina Black steals treasures from warlords, spies on governments and corporations, and sleeps like a baby at night. But after a particularly rough job where she inexplicably wakes up in a tomb in Cairo, things get weird.

First, Noah Mason, a man she swears she saw die, approaches her, claiming to be a demon hunter. Then, Noah insists she must fulfill her family legacy by helping him restore the Immortal Brotherhood...before all hell breaks loose.

But Raina wants no part of it. Going up against dark supernatural forces is above her pay grade. However, when the promise of a cure for her terminally ill sister hangs in the balance, Raina decides that the Immortal Brotherhood could solve her problems.

Between dodging bounty hunters, non-sparkly vampires, and Noah Mason’s smoldering gaze, Raina has to use her skill and wit to pull off the most dangerous job she’s ever taken on.

**Only .99 cents!!**

A Discovery of Faeries
The Immortal Brotherhood Book 2

When Noah Mason’s boss ventures into Faerieland and doesn’t return, he figures he ought to get her back before apocalyptic chaos reigns.

Lady Arabella is the only person on earth who can open and shut doorways to the mythical land of magic and terror, and if her power falls into the wrong hands, everyone’s screwed.

But, he’s not going alone.
The raven-haired Raina Black with her powerful Seer Stone is by his side, joined by Chinonso the Reaper and Thomas the Time Traveler. Unfortunately, they all must tolerate Raina’s double-crossing sister Trixie, as well.  After her brush with dark magic, they don’t trust her to be left alone, and her gift with sorcery may come in handy.
In this second installment, the Immortal Brotherhood faces down otherworldly creatures, trying not to bring on the wrath of the Faerie Queen, while also outmaneuvering  a secret society seeking to possess powers never meant for men. Throw into the mix a bloodthirsty serial killer with dangerous magic at his command, and the Brotherhood has their work cut out for them.

**Only .99 cents!!**

Alesha Escobar writes fantasy to support her chocolate habit. She enjoys reading everything from Tolkien and the Dresden Files, to the Hellblazer comics and classic literature. She’s the author of the bestselling Gray Tower Trilogy, an action-packed supernatural thriller set in an alternate World War II. The trilogy hit the bestsellers lists at Amazon (Top 60 in the entire Kindle store), as well as iBooks, Kobo, Barnes & Noble online, and Amazon UK.

Alesha is also the co-author of the bestselling Aria Knight Chronicles and Immortal Brotherhood series.

Besides being a loving warrior mom to her six children, she enjoys crafts, consuming more coffee than is necessary, and spending time with her husband Luis, a 20-year art veteran for The Simpsons television show.

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Monday, June 17, 2019

The Breach: Devon The Guardian Series Book One by C M Bethell

The Breach: Devon
The Guardian Series Book One
by C M Bethell
Genre: Romantic Suspense, Light Paranormal 

A suspenseful narrative of good and evil wrapped in parallel worlds with a unique love story, strong friendships, and glimpses of family ties with twists and turns…is the bonding legend of the Anam Cara real?

"Devon Conchobar, a Celtic Guardian of Odin, a parallel world to Earth, carries a dark secret which now confronts him as he endeavors, with the help of his Guardian brothers, to prevent another portal breach that could destroy everything and everyone he loves, including strong willed Keira Cathbadh, with whom he experiences what could be the legendary bonding of the Anam Cara. Was it real, or his imagination?
Keira Cathbadh, lost her mother and father the majority of her Clan, in a portal breach on Odin. Devastated, she became the defacto leader of a small band of survivors, guiding them to a new life on Earth. Her determination to keep them safe and record their historical library leads her to an unexpected encounter with the one man who can help her face a new enemy and possibly open her heart. But will Keira be able to forgive Devon's secret? Or resist the bond of the Anam Cara? 

C. M. Bethell is an avid traveler and voracious reader of multiple genres with interests in Celtic myths, shapeshifters, vampires, parallel worlds, Guardians and immortals. Her current series is based on Anam Cara lore with a touch of romantic suspense and a little paranormal thrown into the mix. Bethell enters a new journey as a writer and invites you to come - Enter My World...

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Homecoming The Sterling Wood Series Book 1 by Charlene Johnson Genre: Romantic Suspense

Lily Sommers reluctantly returns to Sterling Wood to attend her Uncle Jimmy's funeral - a town she left years ago.
Sterling Wood holds painful memories she’s tried to forget.  One, in particular, is still raw and every time she returns pulls the scab off a wound that will not heal - Luc Pearson, the handsome high school sweetheart who betrayed her.
Seeing Luc again isn't the only problem she has to face in Sterling Wood.  Someone is trying to kill her, and she doesn't know why.
She soon learns shocking revelations that could change the course of her life as a ruthless killer stalks her. Will the people closest to her be able to save her?
Things like that weren’t supposed to happen in Sterling Wood.

Charlene is a Waynesburg, Pennsylvania native. She went to Waynesburg High School and graduated Cum Laude from Waynesburg College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts. Currently lives in Sacramento, California where she spent the last 33 years working at Northrop Grumman.

Books have always been her passion. She started reading at an early age and progressed to full-length books by age nine. The first supernatural book series she read was Dark Shadows, and it sparked her interest in all things paranormal, with a spicy touch of romance mixed in for good measure. She also started writing poetry in grade school and continues to do so today. 

Being an avid reader, the consummate daydreamer and an incurable romantic with a Cinderella complex, she started creating her own characters and story lines because she realized she had her own stories to tell.

She is married to John, who believes she can do anything. She has a son, Ty; a daughter, Danika; and four beautiful grandchildren, Aries, Victoria, Maya, and Tobias.

Besides reading and writing, she also enjoys photography, travel, music, and great movies.

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Sunday, June 16, 2019

Love, Lies, and Azure Eyes by Janis Thornton AUTHOR INTERVIEW

 Welcome to 4covert2overt ☼ A Place In The Spotlight ☼ 
Janis Thornton

  • I found the premise of “Love, Lies, and Azure Eyes” intriguing. I love paranormal angles and cold cases revived.  Did you ever lose someone whose demise remained a mystery? Did that inspire the premise?

Yes, and yes. “Love, Lies, and Azure Eyes” was inspired by the tragic, mysterious, and still unsolved death in 1965 of a 17-year-old girl I went to school with. In addition to losing her, my high school class also lost a boy just six months later in a car crash. Ironically, he had dated the girl for a few months before she died and was a prime suspect. I’ve always thought the saddest part of his untimely death was that it stole his ability to prove his innocence. The death of these two kids has haunted me ever since.

Twenty years later, when I first started writing fiction, I considered novelizing their stories, but I needed to mull it over another twenty years before I could figure out the best approach. The overarching truth — that I would never know why the girl had died and whether the boy had been her killer — ultimately convinced me that finding these answers in a fictitious setting might provide the closure I’ve been waiting for.

      I have dug up old history and gotten negative reactions for stirring the past. Have you experienced this personally?
Last year, I released a non-fiction, true-crime book (titled “Too Good a Girl”) about the same unsolved case which inspired me to write “Love, Lies, and Azure Eyes.” Prior to the true-crime book’s release, I braced for the possibility that the community would criticize my audacity for stirring up the past. To my great relief, the community welcomed the book, and it opened a dialogue that is ongoing. So, my experience in stirring up the past has been extremely positive.

      “Let Sleeping dogs lie” or “Rattling skeletons in the closet” — In regard to disturbing the past, which expression do you prefer and why?
What a question … thank you! Tomes are written, philosophers pontificate, and still, like the question of the blue or gold dress, whether the past should step aside and make way for the future is a matter of opinion. So … IMO, the past is ever present and cannot — should not — be ignored. In my personal experience, my past informs every decision I make. Life’s lessons are derived from the past. So when we forget those lessons, we risk repeating the exact mistakes, and I can’t think of a bigger waste of time.

      Do you believe that every family has a skeleton in the closet?
I absolutely do believe every family has a skeleton — and probably several — in its closet. While the skeleton(s) might not belong to a member of the current generation, it’s only logical that at least one branch of the family tree sprouted somebody who did something scandalous. Thanks to the new online tools for genealogical research, plus the advances in DNA, identifying our ancestors has become far easier. And to discover that a relative, even a distant one, perpetrated some despicable deed could be a bit shocking. Then again, it also could provide excellent material for a novel. Or perhaps, if you’re really lucky, a true-crime book. <wink-wink>

      I see that you are the author of both Fiction and Non-Fiction. Do you prefer the freedom of fiction or the safety of non-fiction when writing?
My background as a journalist taught me how to write non-fiction, but long before I was cranking out news stories, I was writing stories from my own imagination. So, in answer to your question, I enjoy the virtues of both fiction and non-fiction.

As for fiction, I love the filters it provides that allow me to write about real people and events while disguising them as characters or situations in my novels. On the other hand, I relish writing non-fiction because of the required research, which allows me to mine previously overlooked details that often lead to surprising, new conclusions.

      Some people are born exactly where they belong, others travel to seek the feeling of home. I love the line in your bio that you live in the same house you grew up in. Did you leave and return or stay put?
As I was growing up in my tiny, Indiana farm town, I could hardly wait to grow up so I could move to Hollywood, California, and live among the stars. And I did! But after I’d been there for 20 years, I decided my tiny, Indiana farm town would be the best place for my 4-year-old son to grow up, and I moved back. After my dad passed, I sold my house and moved into his — the home of my childhood. It was the right decision. The roots of that house run deep, its foundation is solid, and the ghosts are ever present.

Thank you! I appreciate your thought-provoking questions and the opportunity to tell your readers a bit about my new novel.

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About the Book
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Love, Lies, and Azure Eyes
Paranormal Romantic Suspense
Soul Mate Publishing, LLC (June 12, 2019)
Elated by Annie’s response, Johnny caved to his impulse and pressed his mouth to her sweet lips, sparking a surge of electricity that ricocheted through his entire body, and for one glorious moment swept him up in a wave of emotion that meteorically whisked him to the edge of the universe, past swirling spirals of brightly burning stars — white dwarfs, red giants, entire galaxies. Caught in the rapture, he shed his cocoon of darkness and experienced the light — the wonderful, warm, life-affirming light. He reveled in it, felt alive. He almost believed he was. Almost.
* * *
West Coast journalist Annie Sinclair’s career, not to mention her love life, has been on the skids far too long, when she returns to Logan Point, her small, Indiana hometown. She’s back to make amends with her elderly father, and to delve into the 25-year-old, unsolved murder of her high school classmate for a writing gig with a national tabloid.
Annie’s plans soon go awry, and her mettle is tested — first when her father warns her against digging into the past; and again, when she meets the Logan Point Ledger’s handsome, but exasperating, new editor; and again still, when she reconnects with her first love, who clearly wants to rekindle what once was.
But Annie’s most arduous test appears in the form of the earthbound spirit of a boy she once knew — the boy with the azure eyes accused of the murder she is looking into. He needs her to prove his innocence, so he can break the ties that bind him to the darkness. In exchange, he will set Annie free to realize that the love she yearns for is just within her reach … if only she will open her heart.

About the Author
Janis Thornton is the author of a true crime/oral history/memoir, Too Good a Girl, as well as two cozy mysteries,Dust Bunnies & Dead Bodies and Dead Air & Double Dares. She also is the author of two local history books and contributor to Undeniably Indiana. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, the Authors Guild, and the Indianapolis Writers Center. She lives in her Indiana hometown in the same house where she grew up.

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