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Never Ever Book Tour & Giveaway

Never Ever Eva Rae Thomas Mystery Book 3 by Willow Rose Genre: Thriller, Suspense

Former FBI profiler Eva Rae Thomas returns in Willow Rose’s most hair-raising thriller yet.

Ex-agent Eva Rae Thomas is on the run. The past month she has done things she never knew she was capable of while hunting for her kidnapped daughter. Eva Rae has risked everything, -her career, -her newfound love, -her freedom. She’s looking for the man they call the Iron Fist. The trail has led her to Miami. Meanwhile, Miami is under attack. Hundreds of passengers in the Metrorail are exposed to a deathly nerve gas on a peaceful Monday morning. When Eva Rae Thomas sees her daughter on the surveillance footage from the attack, she knows it is no coincidence. But by the time she uncovers the chilling truth of how it is all connected, it might be too late. NEVER EVER is the third book in the Eva Rae Thomas Mystery Series and can be read as a standalone.**Only 99cents 8/28 – 9/3!!**Goodreads * Amazon

The Queen of Scream aka Willow Rose is a #1 Amazon Best-selling Author and an Amazon ALL-star Author of more than 60 novels. She writes Mystery, Thriller, Paranormal, Romance, Suspense, Horror, Supernatural thrillers, and Fantasy. Willow’s books are fast-paced, nail-biting pageturners with twists you won’t see coming. Several of her books have reached the Kindle top 10 of ALL books in the US, UK, and Canada. She has sold more than three million books. Willow lives on Florida’s Space Coast with her husband and two daughters. When she is not writing or reading, you will find her surfing and watch the dolphins play in the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads

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Coolest Skeleton Decorations for Halloween

No it’s not too early to talk about Halloween decor. If anyone tells you that stop talking to them. You don’t need that kind of negativity in your life. I’m always looking for halloween ideas. I have a thing for skeleton decorations and zombie decorations in particular.

Oriental Trading has a huge selection of skeleton decor. They put out some new ones there and they are definitely going to be added to my closet..(hee hee get it, skeletons in the closet) Ok sorry, moving on. I’m ready to hand over my wallet because I have a notion to set up several different Halloween scenes in my yard.

Check out the 10 Coolest skeleton decorations for Halloween.

Mermaid Skeleton

So for this one I’m thinking it would be cool to set up a pirate chest with this and some skeleton rats and stuff around it.

Unicorn Skeleton

So we have some trees and bushes up front and I’m thinking it would be cool to hang fairy lights, have this guy peeping out of the bushes, and maybe put my zombie gnomes throughout the garden too.

Skeleton Dragon

So we have this weird, kind of hill or whatever you want to call it at the end of our driveway. There used to be trees there that were cut down before we ever moved in so there’s tree stumps there too. It’s close to the road but higher than the cars. I think it would be cool to sit this guy up there with one of those fire flicker lights.

Cobra Skeleton

So this guy would be cool to put at the bottom of the steps near our side garden, I’m thinking.

Skeleton Dog

We have a side entrance to our house that most people tend to use. I think he needs to stand guard at that door. Maybe there’s a pile of bones beside him.

Skeleton Iguana

I really don’t have ideas for this one. I just don’t know why I shouldn’t by a skeleton iguana. How cool is this thing? Maybe it goes in the downstairs bathroom lol.

Skeleton Frog

That little side garden I mentioned where the skeleton cobra might be hiding. Yea he’s going to go in that garden. If I had a little pond he’d go there but I don’t.

Skeleton Crocodile

If I had a pond, lake, or water fixture this would go there. If you have a pool or pond and don’t get one of these, we can’t be friends.

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The Carousel Book Tour & Giveaway

The Carousel The Wild Geese Book 7 by Cynthia Owens Genre: Historical Romance

Like the Wild Geese of Old Ireland, five boys grew to manhood despite hunger, war, and the mean streets of New York The War had left him blind to beauty… Kieran Donnelly is a gifted artist who has sworn never to paint again. He saw and did too many things during the war to extinguish the ugliness that lies in his heart. But a chance to work with some of the most magnificent paintings brings him close to the world he still loves…and an extraordinary woman who sees his true heart. Darkness couldn’t extinguish the light in her heart. Blind from the age of four, Emily Lawrence yearns to experience the outside world. When she hires Kieran Donnelly to catalogue her father’s paintings, he offers her a glimpse at life outside her exquisite home…and a chance for a future. Can Kieran and Emily emerge from the darkness to find happiness and love? **easily read as a standalone!**Add to Goodreads Amazon * B&N

I believe I was destined to be interested in history. One of my distant ancestors, Thomas Aubert, reportedly sailed up the St. Lawrence River to discover Canada some 26 years before Jacques Cartier’s 1534 voyage. Another relative was a 17thCentury “King’s Girl,” one of a group of young unmarried girls sent to New France (now the province of Quebec) as brides for the habitants (settlers) there. My passion for reading made me long to write books like the ones I enjoyed, and I tried penning sequels to my favorite Nancy Drew mysteries. Later, fancying myself a female version of Andrew Lloyd Weber, I drafted a musical set in Paris during WWII. A former journalist and lifelong Celtophile, I enjoyed a previous career as a reporter/editor for a small chain of community newspapers before returning to my first love, romantic fiction. My stories usually include an Irish setting, hero or heroine, and sometimes all three! I am a member of the Romance Writers of America, Hearts Through History Romance Writers, and Celtic Hearts Romance Writers. A lifelong resident of Montreal, Canada, I still live there with my own Celtic hero and our two teenaged children. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads

Queenstown Harbor, Cork, Ireland, 1847
 
 
“Take your fill of it, lad. Remember it all.”

Ten-year-old Kieran Donnelly clutched the icy metal of the ship’s railing, his gaze
locked on the wild, rocky coast as the Sally Malone moved slowly out of the harbor.

The long voyage to America had begun.

He heard Gran’s keening wail, filled with grief as she lamented the loss of their
homeland. Da’s hand rested on her shoulder, his silent grief palpable. His brother’s
spirit, full of anger and despair, reached out to him.
 
None of it touched his heart.
 
His eager gaze sought the mist-shrouded green hills, distant, dotted with tiny white
cottages. Empty cottages, no sign of the ever-present gray turf smoke rising from their
rich, dark thatched roofs.  The fields were black with the stinking slime of the blight,
but hawthorn and gorse and wild strawberries still dotted the landscape with bright
splotches of white, yellow, and scarlet.
 
The water bucked and spat white-capped waves, gray-green with angry sorrow under
the cloud-smudged sky. A single bright ray of sunlight broke through the clouds, as if
to bid the desperate refugees a fond farewell. A patch of sky, so pure a blue it made
his throat ache, brought a rush of tears to Kieran’s eyes.
 
Oh, to capture the image that would forever be in his mind on paper before the ship
sailed! The colors, the hues, the light and shadow. The crowds of skeletal people
scurrying about, weeping as they waved good-bye, the lone fiddler playing them away
with a desolate lament of parting and grief.
 
One day. He struggled against the harsh sob that clawed at his throat. One day I’ll
paint this scene and the whole world will know the sorrow that gripped Ireland in its
cruel fist.

I’ll call it The Parting.

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Re: Camelot Book Tour & Giveaway

Re: Camelot The Complete Edition by E.C. Fisher Genre: Epic Fantasy

Seventeen-year- old Arthur Godwin-Dragos finds himself much unlike his childhood heroes who fought for the grace and honor of Camelot. Banished to a bleak boarding school in England, Arthur cannot help but retreat into the fantasy of his mother’s old tales. Longing for his own destiny to assuage his loneliness and despair, Arthur withers in exile in wait for something more. In the stillness, however, the hands of fate begin to turn. Across the universe, far out of reach of time or space, the planet Avalon grows dim. The ancient sorceress Merlin awakes from a fevered dream–as prophecy calls out through the darkness. Sealed and forgotten, Morgana la Fey stirs in the dark, biding her time to strike against Merlin and Avalon. Once again must the legend of King Arthur awaken, and with the power of the mighty Excalibur, beat back the insufferable darkness once and for all. Goodreads * Amazon

E. C. Fisher is an emerging author who was born in Vandenberg, AFB, California. Currently, he happily writes and resides in Florida. From 2007 to 2011, he proudly served in the United States Marine Corps. Three years ago he was introduced to the writing world after a bout of inspiration drove him to write his very first story. After sharing his work with several people and receiving favorable feedback, he decided to continue treading on the creative path of storytelling. When he doesn’t have a pen in hand, you can find him at the bowling alley getting strikes or at home reading fantastical books. Facebook * Twitter * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads

“Where am I? What was I doing now?” Arthur asked.
He was in a pitch-black space. He couldn’t see his hands in front of him. Suddenly a light started to shine
from behind him. He turned to face the light and as he did so his body rushed towards it. As he was
falling into the light, images of everything he’s been through flashed by, his memories were flashing
before his eyes.
The images started to blur as if going faster and then suddenly, they stopped. Arthur was looking at an
image he had seen before but not quite. The lake that he saw on his journey to Lancelot was before him, it
was morning and fog was light over the lake and there was a young boy with an older man, not something
he remembered. The old man handed the boy a sword and the boy started walking towards the edge of the
lake.
Suddenly, the water rippled a little in front of the boy. A watery figure started to emerge, Arthur couldn’t
see it clearly but it looked like a woman. The boy handed her the sword and she took it with her back
under the water. The young boy exited the lake and went to stand by the old man again.
After a few minutes, the water began to ripple again and the woman appeared. She was holding the sword
in one hand and a scabbard in the other. She walked on the surface of the water towards the boy and as
she did, she placed the sword into the scabbard and handed it over to him. She waved at them as she
melted back into the water.
The image faded and started to rush past him again. Suddenly it stopped again, still in the same spot but
this time it was dusk out and standing before the lake was a middle-aged man. After a few moments, the
water in the lake started to ripple and the woman appeared again.
“Are you sure? Separating them would not be wise, young King,” the watery woman said.
“The scabbard’s healing ability is too powerful, as you were the one to create it, it would be best that
you’re the person to guard it as well,” the man said.
He unsheathed the sword and when he did Arthur recognized it, it was Excalibur but he had never seen
that scabbard before.
“There’ll come a time when a descendant of mine will come here. Judge him and if you find him worthy
of this scabbard then give it to him,” he said, as he handed over the scabbard to the woman.
“I will do as you wish, young King. I shall wait for as long as it takes,” the woman said, and then
disappeared into the water. The image faded away and Arthur was left in darkness.

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