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Interviewing Windstalker’s Author – @KMBaginski

windstalker awareness

Mitchell Geathers approaches his love interest with the same zeal he does his career, but isn’t as successful. Her heart belongs to Drew Royce, a bad boy from the same streets he wants to forget. When Drew is executed for patricide, Mitchell sees an opportunity to connect with her, fueling unexpected retaliation from a much…
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Find Out More About The Carnelian Series – @CherylKoevoet

the carnelian legacy

Have you read last week’s article about The Carnelian Legacy by Cheryl Koevoet? If not, let’s catch you up on the book summary… “Marisa MacCallum always believed that the man of her dreams was out there somewhere. The problem is – he’s in another dimension. After the death of her father, eighteen-year-old Marisa’s life is on…
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Step Into Another Universe With @CherylKoevoet

the carnelian legacy

It is no surprise to find that Cheryl Koevoet is a successfully published author, after all she has had quite the journey of a lifetime that lead to her writing! Cheryl grew up in Portland, Oregan before travelling to the sunnier south to study graphic design/communications in California. Many years before writing the Carnelian trilogy,…
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Uncovering Angels and Demons With @Animreh

The Season of Storm - The Raziel Codex

…there are rumours about a place, where the souls go to die. There are rumours about a place, where the wind sounds like a sigh and raindrops look like tears. There are rumours about a place in old tales where the angels goes to mourn, and where each old wound is torn open again…  Animreh…
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Hazy Dusk: A Debut Fantasy – @OrjuanaaK

hazy dusk

Orjuana Khudari grew up in Saudi Arabia, with Arabic as her first language. She has since moved to England with her family, learned the challenging language and successfully published a book in English, Hazy Dusk: Yesterday Morning the Sun Shone Bright, Today Earth Saw No Light. Having written Hazy Dusk at the juvenile age of…
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