Sunday, November 24, 2013

Now scheduling a two week tour for Shadows in the Mist: A Paranormal Romance Anthology

Now scheduling a two week tour for Shadows in the Mist: A Paranormal Romance Anthology

This tour will run December 9- 23 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling  reviews, spotlight stops, and minimal guest blogs

pdf available for reviewers 

To participate in this tour please send:

Your blog name and url

A couple suggested dates during the tour

Type of stop you wish to host

And let me know if you wish to review

Shadows in the Mist
Marianne Stillings, Kristine Cayne, Sherri Shaw, Shannon O’Brien, KL Mullens, Dawn Kravagna.

Genre: Paranormal romance
Publisher: Kristine Cayne

ISBN: 978-0-9891970-2-1

Number of pages: 230
Word Count:  110k

Cover Artist:

Book Description:

From the misty waters of Puget Sound across the wrinkles of time to the shadow of Mt. Vesuvius, mystery and magic intertwine to create haunting tales of everlasting passion.

Murder at the Mausoleum
by Marianne Stillings
17,000 words

Out of work and desperate for a job, Stephanie Gabriel reluctantly accepts a position as Housekeeper/Girl Friday for Dr. John Mercilus at his isolated Northern California mansion. Sure, he's wealthy, hunky, and single, but the fact he's a Vampire has Stephanie more than a little worried. Though Mercilus promises she'll come to no harm, there is nonetheless danger afoot. When a major snowstorm maroons them along with an odd assortment of house guests, it's more than inconvenient – it's murder, and the clues all point to Stephanie's boss as the culprit.

Now she has to decide whether to trust the enigmatic "Creature of the Night" she's falling for, or find a means of escape before she becomes the next victim.

Spellbound in Seattle
by Shannon O’Brien
17,600 words

When Rose McCarty’s boyfriend was killed, she swore off witchcraft and love. But when his tall, dark older brother washes up on her houseboat’s deck three years later—muttering about doppelgangers and incubi—Rose’s lonely, spell-free world comes crashing down.

Dead Moon
by KL Mullens
11,000 words

During a Dead Moon Elspeth Saint has a strange encounter she can't explain and a door previously closed becomes open; a gift is given; a promise is kept; and Elspeth who has never known what it is to be loved; learns what it is to be cherished.

Evil Bites
by Dawn Kravagna
16,500 words

Kim seeks revenge on the serial killer who viciously attacked and maimed her lovely sister. But she soon discovers that evil can bite back.

The Eye of Lilith
by Sherri Shaw
19,500 words

Marc Blakely has been bewitched by a rare artifact rumored to drive a man insane before compelling him to commit suicide. As a member of the Speaker of the Word coven, Cindi Jones uses her magic to destroy enchanted relics and protect the innocents they infect. Can she save Marc in time, or will he succumb to the Eye of Lilith?

Origins: The Men of MER
by Kristine Cayne
28,500 words

Petty Officer Wyatt Black had no idea what he signed up for by joining the Navy's experimental MER program. When a domestic terrorist attack almost kills Dr. Claire Montgomery, the woman of Wyatt's dreams, he is exposed to a lethal illness that poses a horrifying threat to mankind—but only because of what the Navy has done to him. In the midst of saving Claire's life, Wyatt is forced to face the terrifying truth of what he has become: something not quite human.

About the Rainy Day Writers:

Writing fiction is difficult and lonely and more often than not, the “normal” people in your life don’t understand the writing process and can’t fathom why you are possessed and obsessed with finding the perfect word or phrase that says exactly what you want to say right where you want to say it. Only other writers comprehend and accept that kind of torment.

To fill this need to surround herself with like-minded obsessive-compulsive self-doubting lunatics, in 2005, Marianne Stillings established what came to be known as The Rainy Day Writers.

There were only two requirements for joining the group: You must be serious about writing and getting published, and any criticisms of co-members’ work be honest, gentle, and kind.

Over the years, the membership has changed; some people moved on, others joined. The group we have now has been stable and constant since 2009. The Rainy Day Writers are a family.

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Twitter: @CattleCapers

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