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Thursday, July 17, 2014

RJ Sullivan: Haunting Blue Blog Tour

RJ Sullivan: Haunting Blue Blog Tour

About RJ Sullivan:  Haunting Blue is the first book of the adventures of punk girl Fiona “Blue” Shaefer. This is the 2014 revised edition by Seventh Star Press. Seventh Star also released Haunting Obsession, a Rebecca Burton Novella, and Virtual Blue, the second book in Fiona’s tale. R.J.’s short stories have been featured in such acclaimed collections as Dark Faith: Invocations by Apex Books and Vampires Don’t Sparkle. His newest project is the Red Lotus series of science fiction novelettes.
R.J. resides in Heartland Crossing, Indiana. He drinks coffee from a Little Mermaid mug and is man enough to admit it.

Haunting Blue Book Synopsis: Punk, blue-haired “Blue” Shaefer, is at odds with her workaholic single mother. Raised as a city girl in a suburb of Indianapolis, Blue must abandon the life she knows when her unfeeling mother moves them to a dreadful small town. Blue befriends the only student willing to talk to her: computer nerd “Chip” Farren.
Chip knows the connection between the rickety pirate boat ride at the local amusement park and the missing money from an infamous bank heist the townspeople still talk about. When Blue helps him recover the treasure, they awaken a vengeful ghost who’ll stop at nothing--not even murder--to prevent them from exposing the truth behind his evil deeds.
Haunting Blue is Book One of the Adventures of Blue Shaefer

My thoughts:
I have already had the privilege of meeting Blue, and I still would love to hang out with this girl. This character is so intriguing. Sullivan has done a fantastic job of making a character that I would love to see continue in many more books. This book reviewed is Book one and I have already read book two. You can read my review: here. Sullivan is a great story teller and has done an amazing job in creating a ghost story.  This story had it all laughs, scary moments, and meaningful scenes.  Blue moves to a small town with her mom and discovers there is a lot more going on then she could have ever imagined. Legend tells of Gunther and along with pal Chip they discover more than ever dreamed of. I love the way Sullivan tells the story from Blue’s point of view and then from Gunther's in the past. This was a fantastic read.

My Rating:
4 ½ out of 5  

Interior art from the book.

Author Links:

Tour Schedule and Activitiesv
7/14                Jess Resides Here                                           Interview
7/14                Beauty in Ruins                                              Guest Post
7/14                fuonlyknew ~ Laura's ramblins and reviews  Top Tens List
7/15                Deal Sharing Aunt                                         Top Ten’s List
7/15                John F. Allen Writer                                      Character Post
7/15                Armand Rosamilia, Horror Author              Guest Post
7/16                The Rage Circus Vs. The Soulless Void         Review
7/16                SpecMusicMuse                                             Interview
7/16                Workaday Reads                                           Post on Artwork of Haunting Blue
7/16                I Smell Sheep                                                 Character Post
7/17                Bee's Knees Review                                       Review
7/17                Library Girl Reads & Reviews                                    Guest Post
7/17                Come Selahway With Me                             Guest Post
7/18                A Haunted Head                                            Author Interview
7/19                Nerd With A View                                         Top Tens Post
7/19                Coffintree Hill                                                Guest Post
7/20                Willow's Author Love                                               Review

Amazon Links for Haunting Blue:
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eBook being reviewed was provided for an honest review, and that no compensation was provided.

Contact for tour:
Tomorrow Comes Media Contact:
Stephen Zimmer

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Michael West: Hades’ Disciples Blog Tour July 7 to 13 , 2014

Michael West
Featured Book Release:
Hades’ Disciples
July 7 to 13 , 2014

I will always jump at the chance to be on a Michael West blog tour. In fact I am honored to be included. I discovered West a few years ago and since then he has been one of my favorite authors.  I tell strangers on the street that they NEED to buy and read all of his books.   This guy can write. He is one of the best authors I have ever ever ever read.  His horror novels have made me terrified of corn fields.   

My thoughts:
 West does an amazing job of continuing the story. I love how rich and deep the characters are. I like how this one lets the reader in on the history of the creatures and explains each of the three clans.  I will say that this book is better enjoyed after reading book one and this is a wild ride and in the end it will leave you begging for more.  I highly recommend this to anyone that loves urban fantasy, Mythology, and fantastical creatures. 

My Rating: a BIG ole 5 out of 5 

MichaelWestAuthorPhotoAbout the author: Michael West is the bestselling author of Cinema of Shadows, Skull Full of Kisses, The Wide Game, Spook House, and the critically acclaimed Legacy of the Gods series. He lives and works in the Indianapolis area with his wife, their two children, their turtle, Gamera, and their dog, King Seesar.
West avoids manhole covers and sidewalk grates whenever possible. He just doesn't know what’s down there, and he’s not sure he wants to find out.


HadesDisciples_1200X800Book Synopsis for Hades’ Disciples: Terrifying creatures exist all around us, hiding in plain sight. Ancient. Deadly. They gather in secret, conspiring, dreaming of nothing less than humanity’s destruction, and their numbers are growing.
Earl Preston knows the danger all too well. After tangling with a horde of mythological sea monsters in Colonial Bay, he has been tasked with finding these beasts and exposing their plans whatever they may be. But Earl is not the only one with a mystery on their hands. At the very top of the world, Carol Miyagi has stumbled onto an artifact from Earth’s past, something magnificent held captive in a prison of ice and snow. Now, Carol and Earl must work quickly to decipher the will of the gods–a plot that defies imagination–and to stop their followers from carrying it out.
They thought the nightmare was over, but they are about to discover that the horror has only just begun.

Hades Disciples is Book Two in the Legacy of the Gods Series.

Book One

Author Links:

Amazing Art from inside the book.

Tour Schedule and Activities
7/7      Shells Interviews                                Guest Post
7/7      Come Selahway With Me                 Interview
7/7      Beauty in Ruins                                  Guest Post
7/7      Fuonlyknew ~ Laura's ramblins and reviews          Review
7/8      Deal Sharing Aunt                                         Top Tens List
7/8      Jess Resides Here                                           Top Tens List
7/8      I Smell Sheep                                                 Guest Post
7/9      SpecMusicMuse                                             Interview
7/10    Coffintree Hill                                                Guest Post
7/10    Armand Rosamilia, Horror Author              Guest Post
7/11    Bee's Knees Reviews                                      Review
7/12    A Haunted Head                                            Top Tens List
7/12    Willow's Author Love                                               Interview
7/13    The Rage Circus Vs. The Soulless Void         Review

Amazon Links for Hades’ Disciples
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eBook being reviewed was provided for an honest review, and that no compensation was provided.  

Friday, June 27, 2014

Peter Welmerink: Transport Blog Tour

About the author: Peter Welmerink was born and raised on the west side of pre-apocalyptic Grand Rapids, Michigan. He writes Fantasy, Military SciFi, and other wanderings into action-adventure. His work has been published in ye olde wood pulp print and electronic-online publications. He is the co-author of the Viking berserker novel, BEDLAM UNLEASHED, written with Steven Shrewsbury. TRANSPORT is his first solo novel venture. He is married with a small barbarian tribe of three boys.

Find out more about his works and upcoming projects at:

Book Synopsis for Transport: The HURON, a 72-ton heavy transport vehicle and an army of four; tracked, racked and ready to roll, to serve and protect the walled metropolis of Grand Rapids—both her living and her undead. Captain Jacob Billet and his crew patrol the byways, ready for trouble.

William Lettner, the North Shore Coalition High Commissioner, has enemies from the mainland to the lakeshore and needs to be covertly transported home after his helicopter is shot down en route to Grand Rapids. He has no love for a city that give unliving civilians the right to survive. Lettner’s venomous outbursts assaults Billet and his crew along every mile travelled as they are assigned to safely bring him through the treacherous landscape outside the city back to his hometown.

The HURON and her crew will have to face domesticated zombies and the feral undead; marauders holding strategic chokepoints hostage; barricaded villages fighting for survival, and a group of geneticists who've lost control of one of their monstrous experiments if they want to complete their mission.

The crew will need to stay strong and trust one another in order to finish the mission and bring their “precious” cargo home, even knowing, all the while, the terrible deeds Lettner has done.

Travelling through West Michigan was never so dangerous.

My Thoughts:

I was curious about this one, Zombies are all the rage but I was pleasantly pleased with this book. It was not at all your typical zombie story. It was fast paced, intense, awesome characters and a great plot.  I really enjoyed this book, I think it would appeal to anyone who loves Zombie tales as well as horror fans. I think it will also appeal to people who like apocalyptic tales.  I am very impressed with the caliber of the writing in this one. Well Done!

My Rating: 4 out of  5

Transport has a great cover done by Jason Conley. The two interior illustrations are done by artist Tim Holtrop. And I absolutely love the interior illustrations, they are amazing. They remind me of comic book illustrations. Top Notch.

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Tour Schedule and Activities
6/23                The Rage Circus Vs. The Soulless Void         Review
6/23                 The Tiffany Apan Blog                                  Interview
6/23                 Beauty in Ruins                                             Guest Post
6/24                Come Selahway With Me                             Character Post
6/25                Deal Sharing Aunt                                         Excerpt
6/25                Sheila Deeth                                                   Post on Art of Transport
6/27                Bookishly Me                                                 Review
6/27                fuonlyknew ~ Laura's ramblins and reviews             Top Ten’s List
6/28                Bee's Knees Reviews                                        Review
6/28                Alexx Momcat's Gateway Book Blog                       Top Ten’s Llist
6/29                L. Andrew Cooper's Horrific Scribblings      Review

Amazon Links for Transport
Print Version
Kindle Version

The eBook being reviewed was provided for an honest review, and that no compensation was provided.

Friday, May 30, 2014

Olde School: Book One Kingdom City Chronicles By: Selah Janel – Book Review

Olde School: Book One Kingdom City Chronicles
By: Selah Janel – Book Review

About the Author: Selah Janel has been blessed with a giant imagination and a love of story since she was little and convinced that fairies lived in the nearby state park or vampires hid in the abandoned barns outside of town. Learning to read and being encouraged by those around her only made things worse. Her work ranges from e-books to traditional print, and she prefers to write every genre at once rather than choose just one. The stories “Holly and Ivy”, “The Other Man”, and “Mooner” are available online through Mocha Memoirs Press. Her work has also been included in The MacGuffin, The Realm Beyond, Stories for Children Magazine, The Big Bad: an Anthology of Evil, Thunder on the Battlefield: Sorcery, The Grotesquerie, and the short story collection Lost in the Shadows, co-written with S.H. Roddey. She likes her music to rock, her vampires lethal, her fairies to play mind games, and her princesses to have adventures and hold their own.

Catch up with her thoughts and projects at

Book Synopsis Olde School: Kingdom City has moved into the modern era. Run by a lord mayor and city council (though still under the influence of the High King of The Land), it proudly embraces a blend of progress and tradition. Trolls, ogres, and other Folk walk the streets with humans, but are more likely to be entrepreneurs than cause trouble. Princesses still want to be rescued, but they now frequent online dating services to encourage lords, royals, and politicians to win their favor. The old stories are around, but everyone knows they’re just fodder for the next movie franchise. Everyone knows there’s no such thing as magic. It's all old superstition and harmless tradition.

Bookish, timid, and more likely to carry a laptop than a weapon, Paddlelump Stonemonger is quickly coming to wish he'd never put a toll bridge over Crescent Ravine. While his success has brought him lots of gold, it's also brought him unwanted attention from the Lord Mayor. Adding to his frustration, Padd’s oldest friends give him a hard time when his new maid seems inept at best and conniving at worst. When a shepherd warns Paddlelump of strange noises coming from Thadd Forest, he doesn't think much of it. Unfortunately for him, the history of his land goes back further than anyone can imagine. Before long he'll realize that he should have paid attention to the old tales and carried a club.

Darkness threatens to overwhelm not only Paddlelump, but the entire realm. With a little luck, a strange bird, a feisty waitress, and some sturdy friends, maybe, just maybe, Padd will survive to eat another meal at Trip Trap's diner. It's enough to make the troll want to crawl under his bridge, if he can manage to keep it out of the clutches of greedy politicians

Olde School if Book One of The Kingdom City Chronicles.

My Thoughts:

It is hard to put into words what I think of this book. I am not sure love is enough.  This book was refreshing, fun, engrossing, thought provoking and awesome. Selah Janel is Brilliant.  This is a cross genre book which I was intrigued by from the start. Fantasy, paranormal, urban fantasy, horror, comedy and it is a tried and true Fairy Tale. I love Fairy Tales but (excuse the pun) old school ones and this one fits the profile. This book is smart and witty. Janel has created a word full of interesting and engaging characters and a world so vivid at times I could picture myself in Kingdom City.  The first night I started reading this I read until I could not keep my eyes open and that night I dreamed of Kingdom City, that is how vivid it is and how it stays with you. I could not wait to get back to the story.  I adored Padd and would love to sit down with him at Trip Trap's diner for a chat and a meal. I am looking forward to more books in the series. Janel has quickly climbed the ranks of must read for me.

Olde School also has some amazing art work. Another high quality book from Seventh Star Press.

My Rating:
An Easy 5 out of 5.

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Tour Schedule and Activities

May 26                        SpecMusicMuse                                             Review/Interview
May 26                        Vampires, Witches, and me oh my!                         Guest Post
May 27                        Alexx Momcat’s Gateway Book Blog                       Character Post
May 27                       Watch Play Read                                           Review
May 28                        Fantastical Adventures in the Paper Realm            Review
May 28                        Sheila Deeth Blog                                          Character Post
May 28                        Close Encounters with the Night Kind        Review
May 29                        Deal Sharing Aunt                                         Promo/Spotlight
May 29                        Workaday Reads                                           Reviews
May 30                        Exquisite Corpse                                            Guest Post
May 31                        Bee’s Knees Reviews                                      Review
May 31                        I Smell Sheep                                                 Character Post
June 1                         Seers, Seraphs, Immortals and More!         Interview

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Amazon Links for Olde School
Print Version
Kindle Version

The eBook being reviewed was provided for an honest review, and that no compensation was provided. 
Contact for tour:
Tomorrow Comes Media Contact:
Stephen Zimmer


Thursday, May 29, 2014

Guest Post - H David Blalock for the release of Southern Haunts: Devils in the Darkness

I am absolutely thrilled to be a part of this blog tour and even more excited that I have H. David Blalock here with a guest post today. If you have not read anything by Blalock drop what you are doing this instance and go and get one of his books or one of the anthologies with a story of his in it. I know I get a little fangirlish but H. David Blalock is by far one of the best writers I have ever read. Well Thank you Mr. Blalock for being a guest. This blog tour is promoting Southern Haunts: Devils in the Darkness and lets read what Mr. Blalock has to say about the horror tale of his you can find in this anthology.

Why Did Jack Do It?

By H. David Blalock

Jack Tennant found his destiny when he sailed into the dark swamps of Louisiana, but that destiny was nothing like what he expected.

Jack in the Box, my story in Southern Haunts 2, was inspired by several things. I had a story in the first Southern Haunts and was delighted to receive an invitation to submit for this one.

The first source of inspiration, of course, was the theme that the story had to be centered in the South. Hard to get around that one, since it was the primary prerequisite for inclusion in the anthology. Most of my horror stories don't specify their locations. Usually, pinning down the location lessens the impact of the story itself. It tends to distance the reader from the events, giving them that extra bit of feeling of safety. However, I took that as a challenge, to overcome that feeling of invulnerability.

Second was my fascination with the mythology around the Louisiana swamps. I mention several of
 them in the story but I wanted to use them not as the central plot line but as the impetus for my main character to act. Each character in a story needs a reason to do what they do, especially if what they do puts them in danger or places them in extraordinary circumstances. In Jack in the Box, Jack Tennant's fascination with the tales of the swamp is simply a mirror of my own. 

However, his determination to find out the truth behind the myths goes far beyond my own curiosity and enters into the realm of obsession.

Third, and most significant, I love stories that have that shivery feeling you get when the lights are
 out and something is roaming just outside your ability to see it. It's a haunting feeling – the serpent in the high grass, the black widow in the bedding. It's that certainty that something isn't quite what it should be and when you finally see it you know you will be terrified but you're not quite there yet. Anticipation. Dread. What we call "the willies". With Jack in the Box, I wanted to bring that feeling to the reader. By taking them along with Jack just so far then leaving them behind, I tease their interest without blatantly showing them the truth. Doing so makes the reveal at the end just that much more powerful.

For me, the pinnacle of horror is not the splash of gore or the screams of the murdered. Such things are horrible but not horrifying. True horror, to me, is facing the unknown and being completely clueless how to handle it. Should you stay still and hope whatever is there passes you by? Do you run and chance you can escape? Scream for help that may not come in time? Fight back knowing you may not survive the battle? It is this kind of feeling I hope to convey in this story and all my horror tales.

About the Editors: Alexander S. Brown: Alexander S. Brown is a Mississippi author who was published in 2008 with his first book, Traumatized. Reviews for this short story collection were so favorable that it will be released as a special edition. Brown is currently one of the co-editors/coordinators with the Southern Haunts Anthologies published by Seventh Star Press. His horror novel, Syrenthia Falls is represented by Dark Oak Press. He is also the author of multiple young adult steampunk stories found in the following anthologies Dreams of Steam Vol 2 & 4, Clockwork Spells and Magical Bells, and Capes and Clockworks. Look out for his controversial piece, “The Last Lamb” found in the anthology, Luna’s Children.

About the Editors: Louise Myers: Louise Myers was born in New Orleans. During her teenage years, she was uprooted from everything she knew and was replanted in Mississippi. Though the transition was difficult, she is grateful for this change. She says this because she knows that both places are a world all to their own. She is the wife of a wonderful husband and mother of three beautiful children, as well as the proud parent of a spoiled mutt. She was assistant editor for Southern Haunts: Spirits That Walk Among Us and was proud to be part of The Southern Haunts Series once again. She is a beta reader, book doctor, editor, and author. Though this is her first story in print, she has been weaving tales for many years. With the gentle, yet firm, shove from a very special person, she has decided to dive into the world of print. She has many thoughts on several topics she’d like to write, mostly involving ghost stories.

Book Synopsis Southern Haunts Devils in the Darkness: From the fiery abyss of the underworld comes 20 hellish tales from the south and southwest. Within these charred pages are stories that will introduce you to the many demons that stay hidden but are always nearby…

20 authors provide stories of possessed people, objects, houses, highways, and the devil’s favorite playground - the forest.

Dare to meet Deidless, a demon who is a buyer of souls. Discover what kind of demons men can summon. Read of battles between good and evil. Learn of ancient artifacts and stones that crave sacrifice. Finally, become acquainted with legions of evil.

Again, we invite you, sit back, dim the lights, and prepare yourself to meet the devils in the darkness.

Southern Haunts: Devils in the Darkness is the next installment in the exciting anthology series that began with Southern Haunts: Spirits That Walk Among Us.

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Tour Schedule and Activities
May 26                        I Smell Sheep                                                 Guest Post
May 26                        Novel-ties                                                       Review
May 27                        Deal Sharing Aunt                                         Guest Post
May 28                        Armand Rosamilia                                         Guest Post
May 28                        Book in the Bag                                             Interview
May 29                        Spellbindings                                                 Guest Post
May 29                        Bees Knees Reviews                                       Guest Post
May 30                        Beauty in Ruins                                              Guest Post
May 31                        Vampires, Witches and Me Oh My!             Guest Post
May 31                        Sheila Deeth Blog                                          Guest Post     

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Amazon Links for Southern Haunts: Devils in the Darkness
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Sunday, May 25, 2014

A. Christopher Drown - A Mage of None Magic Book One The Heart of the Sisters Guest Post

Today we are lucky to be apart of the A. Christopher Drown blog tour Welcome welcome, we are lucky to have A. Christopher here with us for a guest post and here he is. 

You've heard it before. A hundred times. A thousand times.

It’s the track that almost didn't make the album that ends up with the Grammy. It’s the actress who’d been passed over but then given one last look who takes home the Oscar. It’s the animal adopted only hours from being put down that wakes the family in the middle of the night and saves everyone from the fire. It’s the idea just about everyone dismissed as crazy that ends up taking the world by storm.

For writers, amateur and established alike, the lesson there is that it takes just one person to say yes. Just one person who’s willing to accept a little risk on your behalf is often all that lies between you and your deserved triumph. Which is why the task that’s even more arduous than all the long days and late nights of writing, editing, and changing is simply not to give up until you find that one person who recognizes your work for the worthy, wonderful thing it is.

Someone told me early on that if you’re not receiving a steady supply of rejection letters, then you’re not doing it right. You’re not really trying to break through as a writer. Because everyone gets rejected, repeatedly and mercilessly. But that’s the game. That’s the lottery you can’t win if you don’t play. And as you persist in sending submission after submission, take comfort in the impressive company of rebuffed authors you’re keeping:

Stephen King’s "Carrie" received dozens of rejections before finally selling—but only because his wife found the manuscript in the trash and insisted he try one more time. The Lord of the Flies by William Golding was turned down twenty times. One publisher who read Anne Frank’s diary found it scarcely worth reading because it didn’t “have a special perception or feeling which would lift that book above the ‘curiosity’ level.” John Grisham’s A Time to Kill had to make its way through a dozen publishers and sixteen agents before seeing the light of day. Dune received twenty-three rejections. Publishers dismissed Watership Down repeatedly because no one thought children would understand its prose. A Wrinkle in Time has twenty-six rejection letters under its belt. Gone with the Wind has that beat with thirty-eight. A publisher thought the collective verdict of H.G. Well’s War of the Worlds would be, “Oh, don’t read that horrid book.” Even Chicken Soup of the Soul, which went on to sell a metric-gazillion of copies, let alone its infinite list of follow-ups, was turned down more than one hundred times. And the first book of the Harry Potter series was rejected by nearly every publisher in the U.K. before going on to make J.K. Rowling literally richer than the Queen of England.

If you believe in your work, if you can look in the mirror and say wholeheartedly what you’re submitting is the cleanest, tightest, absolute best you can possibly make it, then keep going. Don’t stop. Send it out again. And again. And again. Don’t dare let those interested in merely capitalizing on what’s safe—on what others have heard before a hundred times; a thousand times—decide whether your writing is worth being read by the world. Search for that one person who’ll believe right along with you. That person’s out there. Right now.

So find them. Join that vast fraternity of writers who were told over and over they weren't good enough, that they had nothing to offer readers, so that you, like them, can look back afterward through crammed shoeboxes of rejection letters and have that sweet last laugh you worked so hard to earn.

About the Author: A. Christopher Drown is a native of Brunswick, Maine, who currently resides in Memphis. His work has appeared in several magazines and anthologies. The first edition of A Mage of None Magic won the 2010 Darrell Award for Best Novel. His story, Path of an Arrow, received the 2012 Darrell Award for Best Novella. He recently completed his second novel and is at work on The Book of Sediahm, the next book in the Heart of the Sisters series. An award-winning graphic designer, when not slogging away at his trusty Macbook, Pedro, he can be found hiding around a nearby corner waiting to leap out at either of his unsuspecting children.

Book Synopsis A Mage of None Magic: Myth tells that magic came to be when the fabled gem known as the Heart of the Sisters was shattered by evil gods. The same tale speaks of the Heart being healed one day, unleashing a power that will bring the end of humankind.

While traveling to begin his magical studies, young apprentice Niel finds himself suddenly at the center of the Heart's terrifying legend. Caught in a whirlwind of events that fractures the foundation of everything he's believed, Niel learns his role in the world may be far more important than he ever could have imagined--or ever would have wished.

A Mage of None Magic begins an extraordinary adventure into a perilous land where autocratic magicians manipulate an idle aristocracy, where common academia struggles for acceptance, and where after ages of disregard myth and legend refuse to be ignored any longer.

As usual SSP has amazing art.

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Tour Schedule and Activities

5/19               Deal Sharing Aunt                                      Character Post
5/19               MichaelSciFan                                                         Interview
5/20               I Smell Sheep                                                           Review
5/21               Sheila Deeth                                                            Guest Post
5/22               Jorie Loves a Story                                      Review/Interview
5/24               The Cabin Goddess                                     Interview
5/24               Seers, Seraphs, Immortals, and More!   Guest Post
5/25               Bee's Knees Reviews                                             Guest Post

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Amazon Links for A Mage of None Magic
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