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Crimson Groves eBook is FREE!

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I can’t believe how fast this year has gone by. It boggles my mind. Seems like just yesterday we were ringing in 2013. But it’s October 1st today (yes, I’ve checked my calendar three times already) and because I love … Continue reading

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You Wrote Your First Book And Now You’re Ready To Publish—NOT!

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Written Exclusively for Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance Typing “the end” does not mean you’re ready to hit the publish button to every online bookstore out there. I almost made this grave mistake with my debut novel … Continue reading

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New Release By Jessi Gibson—Dressed In White

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Lorelei Peters had everything she had ever dreamed of. Amazing friends, a sexy boyfriend, and a job that she absolutely loved. Dillon Brockwell was all she had ever wanted. Handsome, successful, and he loved her as much as she loved … Continue reading

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Crimson Groves Gets A Makeover

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Crimson Groves—my debut paranormal romance novel—was originally published in 2011. I’m really proud of it for so many reasons aside from the obvious of it being my first book. The story is gripping with quite a bit of world and … Continue reading

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Becoming A Death Dealer—Mia Baron

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Written Exclusively for popular book blog Nose Graze Becoming A Death Dealer Name: Mia Baron Born: September 21 Age: 24 I carried their deaths with me from the age of four, but it didn’t really sink in until middle school. … Continue reading

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Becoming A Death Dealer—Deacon Gage

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Featured on Blissful Book Reviews   BECOMING A DEATH DEALER Name: Deacon Gage Born: April 9 Age: 32 Turning twenty-two without my twin sister, Suzy, was the hardest day of my life—aside from losing her to a death I wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Death Dealer Book Tour—Interview

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Featured on Two Ends of the Pen What factors influenced your decision to self-publish your book(s)? At first, I hated the idea of self-pubbing—absolutely hated it. I mean come on, who would love being rejected by countless literary agencies? But … Continue reading