Tuesday, September 16, 2014

99c - Box Set - Six paranormal novels from six bestselling authors


Hi everyone – big favor – if you have read Paradox – The Angels Are Here (bk 1) would you please leave a review for it here.  Many thanks in advance xxx http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00N7I5SB8
Six paranormal novels from six bestselling authors who know how to weave a gripping fantasy tale – For just 99c – From brooding vampires, ghosts and witches, to fallen angels, shifters and fae. Be enchanted with dark romances and sweeping adventures to take you away from the everyday.

HIDDEN (Marchwood Vampire Series) by Shalini Boland
Now an international bestseller. Fans of Twilight and Interview with the Vampire will enjoy this paranormal adventure that spans the centuries. On her sixteenth birthday, Madison Greene inherits a huge mansion house… but the house hides a secret. Eighteen-year-old Alexandre lives in 19th century Paris. Spoilt and bored, he longs for adventure, but he should be careful what he wishes for. Madison and Alexandre’s lives are about to collide. Falling in love has never been so dangerous . . .
Mary Hades by Sarah Dalton
Not many seventeen year old girls have a best friend who’s a ghost, but then Mary Hades isn’t your average teenager. Scarred physically and mentally from a fire, a holiday in an idyllic village may help her recover. Little does she know, evil lurks in the campsite… Seth Lockwood—a local fairground worker with a dark secret—might be the key to uncovering the village’s murky history. But Mary is drawn to him in a way that has her questioning her judgement. A spine-tingling romantic tale, to shock and entertain in equal measure.
The Forever Girl by Rebecca Hamilton
Now optioned for film, this riveting novel will appeal to lovers of paranormal romance, urban fantasy and paranormal horror. At twenty-two, practicing Wiccan Sophia Parsons is scratching out a living waiting tables. She can imagine lots of ways to improve her life, but she’d settle for getting rid of the buzzing noise in her head. When the spell she casts goes wrong, the static turns into voices. Her personal demons get company, and the newcomers are dangerous . . .
The Forgotten Ones by Laura Howard
Allison O’Malley’s plan is to get a good job and take care of her schizophrenic mother. She has even closed herself off from a relationship with Ethan, who she’s been in love with forever. But then her father shows up, telling her about a long forgotten Irish people, the Tuatha de Danaan. Truths have a way of revealing themselves. Secrets will eventually surface. And Allison must learn to set aside her plan and work with her father if there is even a small chance it could restore her mother’s sanity.
Paradox – The Angels Are Here by Patti Roberts
Two mysterious strangers arrive just in time to help a little girl, Grace Connors, as she struggles to cope with the death of her father. But are the intentions of these strangers as innocent as they seem, or is there something else on their agenda? A story that will leave you asking… Who, When, Where? WHAT! My name is Juliette. Nine hundred years ago, I died. Today, I am alive… This is my story.
RAVEN by Suzy Turner
Lilly’s whole life has been based on a lie. She grew up in a loveless home with a father she barely saw and a mother who was… well, not very motherly. After her parents mysteriously disappear, Lilly is sent to Canada where she finds a whole new way of life. A life filled with love and people who care for her. But that’s not all she discovers, Lilly also finds out that she isn’t who, or what, she thinks she is. For Lilly has a very special ability and it’s just a matter of time before her true self starts to shine. And when it does, her life will never be the same again.
When Darkness Falls

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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Interview with Amy Metz. Author of Murder & Mayhem in Goose Pimple Junction

Book Description from Amazon:
When Tess Tremaine starts a new life in the colorful town of Goose Pimple Junction, curiosity leads her to look into a seventy-five-year-old murder. Suddenly she’s learning the foreign language of southern speak, resisting her attraction to local celebrity Jackson Wright, and dealing with more mayhem than she can handle.

A bank robbery, murder, and family tragedy from the 1930s are pieces of the mystery that Tess attempts to solve. As she gets close to the truth, she encounters danger, mystery, a lot of southern charm, and a new temptation for which she’s not sure she’s ready.

What inspired you to start writing, and when?
I started writing five years ago after my mother was diagnosed with dementia. Our relationship was always rocky, but it became contentious with my new role as her caretaker. It was so stressful, I decided to write a book about it. Writing was therapeutic, but living it and going home and writing about it kind of immersed me in stress. So I began writing a humorous mystery because of my need to escape and my need to laugh. I’d always thought someone should write about the murders of two family members in the 1930s, so I used those tragedies as the basis for the book.

How many books have you written?  If more than one, are any a series…or trilogy?
I’ve written the second book in the Goose Pimple Junction series, and part of book three, as well as a novelette that’s intended to go in between books 1 and 2. I hope to have the novelette and the second book out in a few months. I also finished the book about my mother and am thinking about publishing it.

Tell us a little about your book.
While the book is fiction, like I said, the 1930s portion of it actually happened to members of my family. I grew up hearing the stories of my great uncle’s and my great-grandmother’s murders – one of those being unsolved. So my characters solve it in the book—fictionally, of course. I just want to note that while the events actually happened, the characters in the book are not anything like my family members.

Do you plot or write by the seat of your pants?
Both. Murder & Mayhem was written by the seat of my pants. I sat down at the laptop and the characters told me what to write. With the other books, it’s been a little of both. Rough outlines, but then just seeing where the story and characters take me.

Did you have an editor edit your books?
Yes. It’s like the saying about being your own lawyer—a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client. If you write a book, editors and proofreaders are essential. I don’t care how many times you may go over a manuscript, there are always things you miss. A lot of things. You can’t (or shouldn’t) publish without hiring an editor, and right before you have the book formatted, a proofreader is advisable.

Do you prefer ebooks, paperbacks or hardcover?
If I had to choose, I’d pick hardcover. But I always have an ebook with me so I can read when I’m out somewhere and have time to kill. I read paperback and hardcover at home, and I listen to audiobooks in the car and at home when I’m puttering around.

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it? 
I’ve only done that once. I love the cover of
Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, and I bought it but still haven’t read it. Still love the cover though.

Do you ever write in your PJ’s?
Rarely. Only when I wake up in the middle of the night and can’t sleep.

You are trapped on a tropical island - who would you like to be stranded with?
Someone who would make me laugh. It would help if he were handy too, so he could get us off the island. While I’m dreaming, I’d like him to be a good cook. A good-looking, witty, handyman/chef would be ideal.

Pick one - Wine, Chocolate or shoes?
Oooooooh. Hard one. I think I’d have to go with chocolate.

Cats or dogs?
Not to slight my grandcats at all, but I do love dogs just a little bit more. Don’t tell Rupert and Pandora.

What is your favorite food and beverage?
If I had to choose one food, it would be salad. Really. With sweet tea. And pie. Gotta have pie.

How many hours per day do you try to devote to research and writing?
In the past, I’ve written whenever mom duty didn’t call. If I was awake, conscious, and alone, I was at my computer. But my youngest son is leaving for college in a week, so I have a feeling I’ll be writing or marketing 18/7.

What are 3 things you never leave home without (apart from keys, money and phone)?
Lipstick, my glasses, and sunglasses.

Laptop or desktop for writing?
Laptop. Pretty soon they’re going to have to surgically remove it from me.

Your thoughts on receiving book reviews - the good and the bad.
Who was it who said they didn’t read reviews because if they believed the good ones they’d have to believe the bad ones? Well, they’re stronger than I am, because I still read reviews, but I kind of agree with their logic. Having said that, I think people can be incredibly cruel, and I just don’t see the point. Constructive criticism is fine, and I don’t expect everyone to like my book. But mean people suck.

List 3 of your favorite movies?
Princess Bride, Pride & Prejudice, and My Cousin Vinny.

What is a movie or TV show that you watched just recently and really enjoyed?
My daughter-in-law turned me onto the TV show Scandal, and I binge-watched all the episodes. Love that show!

Where can your readers stalk you?
On my website: http://amymetz.com, my blog: http://abluemillionbooks.blogspot.com, Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AuthorAmyMetz, Twitter: https://twitter.com/authoramymetz,

Is your book in Print, ebook or both?
Both.

Do you give free ebooks away in exchange for honest reviews?
Absolutely!

You can buy the book on Amazon - HERE

About the Author:
Amy Metz is the author of the Goose Pimple Junction mystery series. She is a former first grade teacher, and the mother of two sons. When not in Goose Pimple Junction, actively engaged in writing, enjoying her family, or surfing Facebook or Pinterest, Amy can usually be found with a mixing spoon, camera, or book in one hand and a glass of sweet tea in the other. Amy lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

Editorial Review

"Murder & Mayhem in Goose Pimple Junction" has southern charm, southern humor, mystery, danger and a cast of characters with personality. Amy Metz goes ... from the 1930s to 2011 without confusion. Metz has loaded the book with southern speak that takes a little getting used to but adds charm and reality to the story. The story will keep you guessing ... as to who the bad guys are, right up to the surprise conclusion. ... a funny, southern style mystery that no one should pass up. This is a good book and Amy Metz has given us a winner.
- Trudi LoPreto, Readers' Favorite.





Patti: Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview and allowing us a glimpse into your writing world.  I hope you share this interview with your friends so we can all get to know you a little better. 

Amy: Thank you so much for having me, Patti!





Patti Roberts

Author/Book cover designer and book formatting - ebook and print.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

"One the most heart racing, jaw-dropping novels that I have ever dared to finish." Crack Magazine.



"One the most heart racing, jaw-dropping novels that I have ever dared to finish." Crack Magazine.



5.0 out of 5 stars Hold onto your eyeballs By Poppet
This is a gripping, visceral, page turner of a book. The pace is frenetic, grabbing you from page one and doesn't let up. Rod Glenn is such an original voice in the horror genre - this novel is captivating, horrific, and one helluva ride. Don't forget to breathe!

A winter's tale with a sting. 
There's a newcomer to the small Northumberland village of Haydon...a charming novelist and film buff, researching a crime thriller about a serial killer on a rampage in a remote Northumberland community. The only trouble is, it's a work in progress and it's going to be non-fiction.
392 men, women and children stand in his way to achieving a sadistic dream.

As the worst winter in more than a century approaches, can two investigating police officers trapped with the terrorised residents stop this monster?

Editorial Reviews
Sinema is darkly imaginative. When I first read it, Bret Easton Ellis's black comedy American Psycho came to mind, but Sinema is a particularly English, and recognizable, perspective, which works very well. --Discovered Authors

Sinema is a compelling and disturbing novel and it is balanced with a hefty dose of dark, satirical humour which savours of The League of Gentlemen. --Melrose Books

The book is laced with its own brand of dark humour that won't fail to bring a smile to your face. "Sinema" is an exploration of pure evil, be prepared for a bumpy ride. --Remotegoat.co.uk.

A truly chilling novel. --Borders Books


About the Author: Rod Glen

Rod Glenn is from the north east of England and first published in 2006. He received critical acclaim and commercial success with his second novel, the dark contemporary thriller, Sinema: The Northumberland Massacre. Rod is a full member of the Society of Authors.


WRITING CREDITS
The King of America (2006)
Sinema: The Northumberland Massacre (2007)
The Pit and the Pilot in Byker Books (2008)
Paranoid in Radgepacket Vol.1 (2008)
The King of America: Epic Edition (2009)
The Killing Moon (2009)
P.O.W. Wartime Log of F/Sgt T D Glenn (2010) (Contributor)
Seahouses Slaughterhouse in Holiday of the Dead (2011)
Sinema 2: Sympathy for the Devil (2011)

For more information on Rod visit his website www.rodglenn.com







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Friday, September 5, 2014

Author Interview – Sarah Dalton - When Darkness Falls

 Book Description from Amazon: Six paranormal novels from six bestselling authors who know how to weave a gripping fantasy tale. From brooding vampires, ghosts and witches, to fallen angels, shifters and fae. Be enchanted with dark romances and sweeping adventures to take you away from the everyday. 

What inspired you to start writing, and when?

I used to like to write when I was younger but I’m not sure how it began. I’m an avid reader, so the two naturally went together. I remember when I decided to be serious about writing. I’d just finished reading Twilight, and found myself almost obsessed with the book. But at the same time I was confused because I could see the flaws in the writing, and I could see that it was such a simple idea. It was then that I realised you could be a writer and not have to be Hemingway, that you could move people with a popular book. Before then, I’d been too overwhelmed by literature. I always thought I wasn’t good enough because I wasn’t Shakespeare!

What is your preferred genre?

I’m a genre hopper. I read almost anything. I love teen horror, but then I also love literary fiction. I love science fiction, too, but I tend to dip in and out of it. I’m not as hardcore as some of the SFF fans out there! I have a huge soft spot for Gothic horror. Daphne Du Maurier, Emily Bronte, Bram Stoker, Anne Rice…

I love all-encompassing books that sweep you off your feet and plunge you into their story.

How many books have you written?  If more than one, are any a series…or trilogy?

Gosh, full length novels: six. Then there are a number of novellas and short stories! I have three series out there. One is finished, the other two are still in progress.

Do you plot or write by the seat of your pants?

A bit off both. I often write the first 30% and then sit back and think about where it is heading. I usually end up rewriting the beginning, but it helps me focus. After that I bullet point the major events in the book.

Did you have an editor edit your books?

I prefer to work with an editor, but I have edited my own books. One thing I never do is publish a novel without someone other than me reading and reviewing it. If I edit the book myself, it’s only with the help of beta readers.


Are you a self- published (Indie) Author?

Yep! *Shines Indie-author badge*

What books would you like to read again?

Part of me wants to read the fun books I read as a teenager. I loved the Worst Witch, and The Little Vampire. There were tons of Point Horror books as well. But then, I wonder whether reading them as an adult would take away the magic.

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it? 

Yes! Totally. Especially young adult books. Oh my, the covers for teen fiction are just beautiful. They are works of art all by themselves. I love covers. I’m a cover-aholic. I’m always making covers for books before I even start writing them.

Do you have any advice for other writers starting out?

Keep going. It’s all about getting words down. Your work needs to be honed. In the beginning it’ll be bad. It’ll be so bad. But that doesn’t matter. You’ll learn as you go, so keep on going.

What are your pet peeves? 

I’m not a big fan of snark. It just seems negative to me. There’s a big snark trend right now. I had no idea what it meant until about six months ago!

Pick one - Wine, Chocolate or shoes?

Okay, so, I’m going with shoes, even though I’m NOT a heel lover. I love chocolate, but it hates me. It makes me fat. I also love wine, but hangovers are the worst. Shoes, however, are pretty darn practical. Imagine stepping in dog poo without shoes on? No, I don’t want to either!

Cats or dogs?

Cats. Of course it’s cats. They are the best animal ever.


How many hours per day do you try to devote to research and writing?

I’m a full time writer, so I try to think of it as a full time job. 9-5 Mon-Fri. Office hours. The problem is, writing is not an office job. It inhabits your mind, which means I can end up with the ‘writing woozies’ where I’m a bit disconnected from things. Trying to keep writing contained in those hours is at least some attempt to have a life outside writing.

Your thoughts on receiving book reviews - the good and the bad – 

It’s probably the hardest part, and it’s not like you can grow a thick skin overnight. But it’s something you have to deal with well if you want to be a professional writer. When I get a bad review (I try not to read them, but when you’ve first published your book you have to in order to check there’s nothing very wrong with the book) I allow myself a few minutes of annoyance (sorry people who don’t like my book, but I do swear at my computer screen, and there may be a few finger gestures thrown out there!) then I accept that it’s their opinion and they are entitled to it, and then I move on. No matter what I ignore the urge to reply, even if the review mentions something strange or wrong. I don’t want to invade the reviewer’s space like that.

Reviewers are awesome. They took the time to talk about your book and that’s really cool. It doesn’t matter if they didn’t like the book, not everyone will like it. I make myself feel better by reading the one star reviews on classic books. Mark Twain on Jane Austen is always a good one: “I haven't any right to criticise books, and I don't do it except when I hate them. I often want to criticise Jane Austen, but her books madden me so that I can't conceal my frenzy from the reader; and therefore I have to stop every time I begin. Everytime I read 'Pride and Prejudice' I want to dig her up and beat her over the skull with her own shin-bone.”

What is a movie or TV show that you watched just recently and really enjoyed?

Ooh, the last series of True Blood has been awesome. I’m in the UK, so we are up to episode 9. So far it has been hilarious, touching, weird and violent, exactly what we want from that programme. It’s just a shame it hasn’t been like that all the way through.

Where can your readers stalk you?



Is your book in Print, ebook or both?

Both. And I’m working on getting my books into audio as well.


Book links:


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sarah grew up in the middle of nowhere in the countryside of Derbyshire and as a result has an over-active imagination. She has been an avid reader for most of her life, taking inspiration from the stories she read as a child, and the novels she devoured as an adult.

Sarah mainly writes speculative fiction for a Young Adult audience and has had pieces of short fiction published in the Medulla Literary Review, PANK magazine and the British Fantasy Society publication Dark Horizons. Her short story 'Vampires Wear Chanel' is featured in the Wyvern Publication Fangtales available here:

Sarah's debut novel The Blemished is a fast paced young adult dystopia set in a fractured Britain. It follows the events of Mina Hart, a young Blemished girl who has a dangerous secret, as she tries to escape the dreaded Operation and get out of Area 14.


Thank you Sarah for taking the time to do this interview and allowing us a glimpse into your writing world.  I hope you share this interview with your friends so we can all get to know you a little better. 



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10 Children’s Short Stories Series - AUDIO EDITION of Fairy Tales & Fables Collection.

Description: Timeless collections of children's greatest stories including the works of Lewis Carroll, Madame Le prince de Beaumont, The Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault, J. M. Barrie, Hans Christian Andersen, Edward R. Shaw, and more! These collection features 20 integrated text and audio narrated by Matthew Rutledge & Erica Lee.

ADVENTURES OF TOM THUMB
ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
BROTHER AND SISTER
CAT AND MOUSE IN PARTNERSHIP
HANSEL AND GRETEL
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
LITTLE BLACK SAMBO
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD
PETER PAN
PINOCCHIO
RAPUNZEL
RUMPLESTILTSKIN
THE FROG PRINCE
THE LITTLE MERMAID
THE SLEEPING BEAUTY
THE STORY OF CINDERELLA
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS
THREE LITTLE BEARS

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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Who is The Holy Ghost Writer? CHANCE AT A $5000. REWARD

Who is The Holy Ghost Writer?
The identity of the author is part of an international contest, and the first person to correctly name the HG Writer from the clues found in the Count of Monte Cristo sequels will receive a reward of $5000. 
Visit the Holy Ghost Writer's Amazon Author Page for Details and see if you can discover the real identity of the author being heralded as the new Stieg Larsson for That Girl Started Her Own Country, the successor of Alexander Dumas for The Sultan of Monte Cristo and the next Ray Bradbury for The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter.
Contact the author c/o books@illuminatedpublications.com

BOOK EXCERPT
Looking down, Remey realized that he was still gripping her arm. As he released her he slowly let his hand skim from her elbow to her wrist, turning the touch into a caress. “Well hello, Ms. E.B. It’s a pleasure. Are there any other aliases I should I know about?”
            “What’s that old phrase—I’d tell you, but I’d have to kill you?” she teased back. “Besides, that’s not really an alias. They’re just initials that I figured you would recognize.”
            “Touché. So. . . .” His nervousness was obvious as he bounced lightly on the heels of his feet and ran his fingers through his thick hair. “Come in. You look. . . . ”  Just as he turned to make a comment about her disguise, she pulled off the wig, still looking his way. “You’re crazy. Why don’t you sit down?” He motioned toward the couch and made his way to the mini bar to see what he could grab. There were some mini bottles of wine, some packaged cheese, a dark chocolate bar . . . those seemed like the most appropriate items, he thought. Joining her on the couch he arranged the items onto the glass coffee table in front of them, then left to collect the glasses. “Sorry, the mini bar is the best I can do. Room service might not come any more.”
            “Oh, don’t worry about it. Although I can’t lie, a good steak sounds amazing considering the meals I get in prison.”
            “Have you already had dinner, at least?”
            “Yeah, it’s a busy night. My first errand was business, but this is all pleasure.” She turned her body toward his and reached for a piece of the Toblerone. “Tell me why I should trust you. Why would it make sense for you to be on my side?”


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Author Interview – Shalini Boland - When Darkness Falls



Book Description from Amazon:

Six paranormal novels from six bestselling authors who know how to weave a gripping fantasy tale. 

From brooding vampires, ghosts and witches, to fallen angels, shifters and fae. Be enchanted with dark romances and sweeping adventures to take you away from the everyday. AMAZON 99c

What inspired you to start writing, and when?

I started out as a singer songwriter, signed to Universal Music. But when I had kids my priorities changed and I didn’t want to spend so much of my time in London. I concentrated solely on my kids for a few years, but missed the creativity of song writing. One day, I had an idea for a great story ending and started scribbling. That was it – I stopped watching TV in the evenings and started writing novels instead.

What is your preferred genre?

Young Adult fiction is close to my heart, but I also love historical fiction – especially if it has a paranormal twist, like time travel or a subtle magical edge. Books like Mistress of Spices, The Red Tent and Chocolat are firm favourites. Along with YA authors like Lainey Taylor and Suzanne Collins. I tend to go for escapist books that have nothing to do with my everyday life.

How many books have you written?  If more than one, are any a series…or trilogy?

I’m currently writing book 3 in The Marchwood Vampire series. I’ve also written another trilogy – the Outside series -- a post-apocalyptic/dystopian romantic adventure. Plus a WW2 children’s adventure. So that’s … six and a half books to date.

Do you plot or write by the seat of your pants?

I used to be a seat-of-the-pants girl, but I now love to plot. It’s much more reassuring to have a plan to follow. It cuts out a lot of writer’s block and panic. But, just because I have a plan, doesn’t mean I’ll always stick to it . . .

Are you a self- published (Indie) Author?

I love being self-published. I’m such a control freak I couldn’t do it any other way.

What books would you like to read again?

The Clan of the Cave Bear series, The Bronze Horseman trilogy and all the classics. Just give me more time and I’d be in rereading heaven. There’s something so comforting about revisiting books.

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it? 

Covers can definitely reel me in, but the book description then has to hook me. I’ve never bought a book from the cover alone.

Do you have any advice for other writers starting out?

The writing process is different for everyone, but one thing that’s the same is the ‘getting it done’ factor. A book doesn’t write itself, so never wait for inspiration to strike. Sit down every day and write. Even if you’re not in the mood. The mood will find you once you get going!

What are your pet peeves? 

Rudeness. There’s just no need for it.

Pick one - Wine, Chocolate or shoes?

Chocolate and coffee. I know coffee’s not on the list. But it should be. And I picked two didn’t I. Sorry, I’m not good at these sorts of questions. My kids are always asking me random questions like this: Which would you rather do, fight The Incredible Hulk or eat a worm? So the wine/chocolate /shoe question is a welcome change.

Cats or dogs?

Can I say both? They’re both so gorgeous in their own ways.

How many hours per day do you try to devote to research and writing?

Normally, I would say between 6 and eight hours, but these last few months I’ve been setting up a book promotion company, so my writing has taken a bit of a back seat. I miss it!!!!! I’m hoping to get right back into it this month.

Your thoughts on receiving book reviews - the good and the bad – 

I used to get a terrible hold-your-breath, terrified feeling every time I saw someone had left a review for one of my books. I would take to heart the bad reviews and disbelieve the good ones! But now I’m much more philosophical about them. Every reader is different. They each relate to my books in a different way, which is good. And, of course, I’m immensely grateful and honoured they read my book in the first place, and then took the time to write a review. I mean… wow!

What is a movie or TV show that you watched just recently and really enjoyed?

Breaking Bad was an incredible series. On paper, it didn’t sound like my cup of tea at all, but the characters were inspired and the script and plotting was genius. I love, love, loved it.

Where can your readers stalk you?


Is your book in Print, ebook or both?

Both!
Book links:


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Shalini Boland lives in Dorset, England with her husband and two noisy boys. Before kids, she was signed to Universal Music Publishing as a singer/songwriter, but now she spends her days writing dark adventures (in between doing the school run and hanging out endless baskets of laundry).
Be the first to hear about new releases here: http://eepurl.com/xx65f

*****THE PERIMETER (Outside Series #3) IS NOW AVAILABLE*****
Now available:
OUTSIDE - a post-apocalyptic novel (Outside Series #1)
THE CLEARING (Outside Series #2)
THE PERIMETER (Outside Series #3)
HIDDEN (Marchwood Vampire Series #1)
THICKER THAN BLOOD (Marchwood Vampire Series #2)
A SHIRTFUL OF FROGS

Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview and allowing us a glimpse into your writing world.  I hope you share this interview with your friends so we can all get to know you a little better. 

Thanks for having me on the blog, Patti! It’s been great.

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