Alyson Miers: What Is So Special About Vampires?

“A vampire, a fairy and a ghost all climb into an ambulance…” If life is a funny thing, death has a wicked sense of humor. President Miranda Hutchinson orchestrated the dissolution of the magical colony of Rezarta following its attempted secession, and three years after her death, no one has any idea that a ghost remains. Journalist Scanlon Ness exposed the relationship between vampires and organized crime, but he can’t protect himself from joining the ranks of the thirsty dead. … Continue reading

Book Review: Paths of Alir

Alorin is caught in the grip of madness as an evil from the very edges of reality has set its sights on the destruction of both it and T’khendar. But there is hope in the form of the Fifth Vestal, Björn Van Gelderan, the man blamed for the death of thousands more than a hundred years earlier. Even then, when his deeds seemed darkest, Bjorn was making moves in a great game that would see reality saved or destroyed completely. … Continue reading

Cover Reveal: Pieces of Mel

Today I bring you the cover reveal for Melina Turner’s collection of poetry, Pieces of Mel.  Melina is one of the most prolific writers I know and this book is sure to be filled with interesting poetry. We also have the reveal for her new short story, Old Betray, a story of revenge that is the precursor for an upcoming novel by Melina. Pieces Of Mel (Pieces Of Mel Poetry Collection Series) BOOK 1 Publishing: 29th December 2014 Blurb: The … Continue reading

The Blog Tour Is Coming To An End

Well the Blog Tour is over, but it is not too late to take the tour and enter the rafflecopter giveaway. The Rafflecopter will be good until 11/14, so make sure you enter to win. Here is a list of blogs and their links: Finding the Fantastic in Fallen Places – Hosted by C. P. Bialois An Interview by George Sirois NaNoWriMo Preparations – Hosted by AC Elliot A Quick And Dirty Book Review by AJ Beamish Inspiration – Hosted … Continue reading

Lucky Number Thirteen on the Blog Tour

Just like that we come to the last guest post of the Apocalypse in the Balance Blog Tour, and today we get another excellent reviews. This time we visit Georgina Hannan for her take on the book and it is a good one. Georgina has not read the first book, so it will definitely give some perspective to those who are worried about picking it up without having read Apocalypse Rising. Tomorrow we’ll have a follow up post and the … Continue reading