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Turning The Pages Book Signing and Awards!

Turning The Pages Book Signing And Awards!
April 26th, 2014

Orlando, FL

The Book Signing and Awards Ceremony will be held at: 


Turning The Pages Book of The Year Awards Ceremony will follow an open to the public book signing


The book signing will be from 10 am until 3 pm. This will include a break between 12-1 for

lunch. The book signing is open to the public and all are welcome to come see, meet, greet,

and get autographs from the authors. Readers do have the option to buy a lunch ticket ($50). Otherwise lunch is for attending authors only.

The Book Of The Year Awards Ceremony is a ticket only event that will start at 7 pm. You must have

bought a ticket to get into the ceremony. Dinner will be provided. Also winners of The Book Of The Year

event will be awarded with certificates and medals.


  • Bailey Ardisone
  • Jordan Deen
  • K.T Dixon
  • MCV Egan
  • Ronnie Knox
  • Jana Leigh
  • Felicia Lynn
  • Jacinta Maree
  • Gracie Meadows
  • Wendy Nystrom
  • Cynthia P. O’Neill
  • Terri Peake
  • Dawn Robertson
  • Stacey Rourke
  • Jacelyn Rye
  • Melissa Schroeder
  • Toni Sinns
  • Hannah Steenbock
  • K.S. Thomas (KarinaGioertz)
  • Rebecka Vigus




For those who are unable to attend in person but would like to help in other

ways we do have donations open until March 10th. Click here to donate cash. 


If you would like to have your items in our event bags, part of our

basket giveaways, on our bookstore table ($25 for bookstore table display to sell your books),

or other material sent in please email 





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BLOG TOUR – Somethin Dirty 18+

Title – Somethin’ Dirty
Series – Country Fever
Author – Em Petrova
Genre – Contemporary erotic western romance
Publication Date – 2/11/14
Length (Pages/# Words) – 217 pages
Publisher – Samhain Publishing

Book Blurb/Synopsis –
She’s headed for the big time…unless her heart gets stopped at the pass.
Country Fever, Book 4
Forty-two-year-old single father Griffin Turner couldn’t have made it through colic and calving season without his mother’s babysitting services. But just when he thinks he’s got the hardest part of the infant learning curve licked, he gets devastating news. Mom is sick. And Griffin is forced to hire a nanny.
With nothing but twenty dollars in her pocket and her voice, Nola Brady wants to leave small-town Wyoming to pursue her dreams in Nashville. She answers Griffin’s ad to keep body and soul together until her big chance arrives. Love isn’t even on her radar…until she unexpectedly falls for the rough-and-playful cowboy.
Between the sheets, they’re poetry. Outside the bedroom, he inspires her to be more woman than she ever dreamed possible, which scares her enough to put on the brakes…and hit the road.
But if she thought he’d just let her leave quietly, she was wrong. Because hell hath no fury like a cowboy in love…especially one with a baby on his hip. And a ring with her name on it.
Warning: This cowboy daddy is determined to make a May/September romance work—even if he has to lay down his palm or his mouth on a round ass cheek to do it.

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Em Petrova lives in backwoods Pennsylvania, where she raises four kids and a Labradoodle puppy named Daisy Hasselhoff and pays too damn much for utilities. She loves to write gritty characters with lots of heart and is well-known for scorching, panty-soaking erotic romance.

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Release day of Inferno by Karyn Pearson (Hellfire Trilogy)

This story has been excitedly anticipated by many readers. Today, it was released to a flurry of excitement! The first story in Karyn Pearson’s Hellfire Trilogy is Spark. This story unravels the strings of chaos wound tightly around a young demon huntress on a mission to rescue her mother. Just when she thinks she’s able to calm down and move forward with a peaceful life, Hell interferes again.

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Inferno Synopsis:

After defeating the Saligia, Ardentia thought that her journey had come to a close. With her mother’s curse broken, she had hoped for peace at last. Hell had other plans.

Demons have grown bolder; they strike at all hours of the day, laying siege to the borders of the sanctuary towns, and possess humans to get around the wards meant to keep them out. To make matters worse, there is an even greater threat looming on the horizon. A new power has risen in the north, Belial, the first of four Crown Princes of Hell.

The Crown Prince is ruthless—far more powerful than the likes of any demon Ardentia or Noxius haveever faced. He seeks to travel to the four corners of the Earth and free his brothers, Asmodeus, Leviathan, and Ba’al. Should Belial’s plan succeed, Lucifer will rise and the final battle for mankind’s survival will begin.

No one is safe; not even the defenses of the great city of Salvatio can keep the powers of Hell at bay. Belial’s reach is vast, extending deep into the holy city itself. A traitor walks within the walls, tearing Salvatio down from the inside out.

Now, it is a race against the clock, and Ardentia must stop Belial before all is lost. The dangers she must face are greater than they have ever been. She knows the journey alone might kill her, provided the demon does not get around to it first. But even the threat of certain death will not stop her.

Ardentia has but one choice—to brave the hellfire and face Belial, or watch her world be lost to the coming inferno.


Excerpt from Inferno:


Ira Finem was in sight.The huntress looked ahead, spying countless numbers of bat-like creatures swooping over the town like vultures circling their prey before going in for the kill. Smoke rose from buildings and broken down parts of the old wall,smaller fires burned here and there. As she got closer, she could make out the faint sounds of fighting in the distance, but they eventually fell silent, the demons shrieking in victory.

“Damn it,” Noxius cursed. “At this rate, we’ll be lucky if the town is still standing by the time we reach it!”

“How bad is it?”Ardentia asked. “What do you see?”

“Humans under demon control, at least twenty of them.”

The huntress gave an aggravated sigh. “Great,” she paused, taking a moment to breathe. “And how many demons?”

“At least three times as many possedi, perhaps more, and some of them are upper level demons, but most are the usual lower level weaklings.”

“So not even enough for a warm up.”

Noxius laughed. “You sound disappointed.”

“I am…a little.”

They sped forward, the wall approaching fast. The sound of the motorcycle engine caught the soaring demons’ attention, six of them breaking off from their predatory ring above the town and diving toward them. Ardentia’s eyes flashed upward at the incoming swarm and then to Noxius. He gave a nod, flying up to meet them. A moment later fiery bodies rained from the sky and Noxius returned to the huntress’ side in time for another wave of attacking demons.

The huntress ground her teeth together in irritation and reached for one of the pistols holstered at her hips. She drew the gun, steadying the motorcycle with one hand, still driving forward, and took aim, firing off a few rounds. The holy bullets found their marks in the demons’ wings, legs, and chests, the burning purifying power causing them to scream in agony.Some of them tumbled out of the sky, landing incrumpled heaps of burning, broken limbs on the plain.

Ardentia smirked,whipping her head back to glance at the felled demons, satisfied to see that none of them were able to give chase, and then looked ahead again, spying a couple hunters on the wall trying to fend off four possedi. She would have to help them later. Drawing her eyes away,her gaze focused to just below the top of the wall, realizing the gate was closed. At the rate of speed she was traveling, she would crash into the doors. She sighed and holstered her pistol, pressing her fingers to her lips in a shrill whistle.

The hunters on the gate glanced her way, still trying to fight off their attackers. One nodded at the other and he took off running for the lever that would raise the gate. He sprinted to the center of the wall, not daring to look back to see if therewere any demons or possedipursuinghim. With a leap, he reached the lever and slammed it down. Slowly, the gate creaked to life, an iron chain winding up as it rose.

“Ardentia,” Noxius started anxiously, “We’re still moving too fast.”

“I know,” she answered him.

“We’re going to crash.”


You can purchase Spark and Inferno for .99 cents each until February 3rd!

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Author Biography:


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Karyn Pearson is the author of Spark (Hellfire Trilogy #1) and Inferno (Hellfire Trilogy #2) and full-time pet parent of her two dogs Nikki and Jamie. She has a B.A. in Anthropology and has explored dozens of cultures in her studies, but has imagined countless more. Karyn enjoys reading, playing action RPGs, and plotting the next adventure for her characters when she has a spare moment free of the dreaded and undefeated “puppy dog eyes attack.” Her current projects include Embers (Hellfire Trilogy #3) and the first novel of the upcoming vampire series, Arcturian Bloodlines. When she’s not writing, Karyn can be found playing with her puppies or Googling various dangerous topics for novel research that make her constantly question why federal agents haven’t yet knocked down her front door.

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Happy 2014!




We made it another full year! What a rush! We start every new year with a renewed opportunity to improve upon the last and 2014 is no exception! We are excitedly looking forward to busy, productive sites, and fun conversations. Let this year be our year, your year, and the year we all reach for, and work for our goals!

The Independent Writer’s Association members will be sharing their releases for the last year, and we are looking forward to discussing what we’re working on for the coming year!

We are also open to new author participation! Would you like to be a member of an active and varied blog that brings in many viewers? Do you believe in supporting other authors? Are you ready to further your platform? Let’s work together! Contact us and we’ll work out your membership!

This year holds a lot of promise and fun! Can’t wait to savor it all.

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A history of the book Paulyanna International Rent Boy by Paul Lovell

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I always knew one day I would write about my colourful past. Six months after my dad died, I decided I could begin. He was the one that I reveredand his opinion mattered to me.

He never had much, and spent a lifetime living below the poverty line. I hoped that one day I’d buy him a huge mansion. When he became terminally ill, his state benefits increased. He spent what he needed and quietly arranged his funeral. What funds he had over, he allocated in mini portions for his children and grandchildren.

I decided to use mine to pay for a professional editor – nothing flash, an independent.

My sister assures me he would have been proud and perhaps he may have been. Perhaps he is.

He was an orphan to a prostitute. Our family history regarded without shame: it was what it was. We had no mom, so Dad raised five kids, and I was his baby. Still, I only ever told him of my legitimate successes. I was living in London and doing all right for myself.

I began compiling my memories in January 2012. I created a bullet-point list of every significant event I could recall. Things that steered my life in a certain direction. I placed them in chronological order. I added my developments and life lessons. Some embarrassing and some comical situations. My tragedies and heartaches too. It was not easy to discern what to include and what to omit. So at this stage I tried to include everything.

Some of the shorter happenings which I felt significant enough to include seemed weak. So I learned to group them. Poetic licence, I think it’s called. For instance, in reality tennis in the morning and theatre in the evening could have taken place on different days.

Once loosely ordered I began to elaborate. To fatten up whilst explaining the relevance, how they fitted into the story. Showing the me I was at that particular point in time.

I wrote out my first draft through the summer, neglecting my garden projects. By October it was complete. I thought it was brilliant so naturally showed it off. I sent it to a couple of friends for feedback. Responses were encouraging but not “wow”.

I decided from day one I wouldn’t pressure myself with deadlines. I didn’t want it to become a chore. I had a simple goal to hold a book I’d written.

I put off draft two until the Christmas decorations were taken down.

I read some blogs. I discovered I should have begun building an online presence two years prior to completion to give my work any chance at a successful launch.

So began my “look at me campaign”.

I perceived a negative attitude aimed towards inferior-quality, self-published books. Badly-written rush jobs.

Wary from experience, I became worried that my rent-boy life could be judged unfairly. So I based my publicity campaign around dispelling preconceptions.

One of my attention grabbing placards read:

I do solemnly declare that… My book, whether it be electronic or paper, SHALL be edited by a real editor that WHO graduated from A university.

The corrections were genuine mistakes.

I worked on my second draft January to April. It was so much better than the initial copy, I was embarrassed that I’d sent it out.

I stumbled across my editor on Twitter. She did a free sample chapter. She was so pedantic I knew she was the one for me. Plus the quote was easily affordable.

In May I attempted to do a read through BUT couldn’t proceed without making changes, no matter how small. My editor suggested it was probably time to give to her.

She did her first-round editand I accepted every one of her proposals. I had vowed that I wasn’t going to be precious over my words.

In the second-round edit, I accepted a couple of minor cuts which were harder to swallowbut made perfect sense. I had complete trust in my editor: I could tell she knew what she was doingand she handled me delicately. 

After two more editor sweeps I had my completed manuscript… then real work began…


You can learn more about our guest Paul Lovell on his facebook page


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Spotlight on Bad Juju

Today Dina Rae brings us her book – Bad Juju – A dark tale that will bring you in and captivate you.


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Two teens turn to a Voodoo bokor to right a wrong. Their curiosity with the dark arts backfires into obsession.

Lucien Nazaire flees his Haitian homeland and settles in a Wisconsin trailer park filled with elderly tenants. He hires sixteen year old Jake for odd household jobs. The boy proves to be the perfect candidate to pass on his Voodoo legacy.

Jake LaRue lives in foster care with his abusive uncle. The Voodoo gives him a sense of power within an otherwise helpless situation. Despite his loner status, he instantly connects with Henry, his only friend in high school.

Henry Novak has Asperger’s Syndrome. He fixates on historical events, most recently the 2010 Haitian earthquake. Like Jake, he becomes passionate about the dark side of Voodoo. They learn how to cast spells on those they hate and lust.

Months after the Haitian earthquake, Henry convinces his family to volunteer for the island’s reconstruction. Their mission turns into a nightmare when he mysteriously walks off of the campsite and returns in a catatonic state.

Bad Juju is a balance of horror, romance, and literary fiction intended for adults and mature teens. The plot uses research involving the Voodoo religion.


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Featured Spotlight: Killer on the Road

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Joseph O’Reily is still adjusting to the lifestyle and the dangers that come with being a new vampire. He and Cassandra recently fought to the death with Cassandra’s estranged husband John Snow, and now Joseph has experienced his first ménage a trios, as only a vampire can. As if all of this was not complicated enough, he and Cassandra have been tasked with hunting down and killing a rogue vampire, Donald Rathmore.

Another of John Snow’s creations, Donald is an evil misogynistic killer in his own right. Donald has no interest in avenging his creator’s death, but killing Cassandra is at the top of his list.

While Donald continues his murderous spree, Joseph and Cassandra always seem to be one step behind him. The chase is further complicated as they encounter other vampires and learn more about the mysterious nature of the Vampire Council and the coming war between good and evil.

Joseph is only now beginning to trust Cassandra, and this trust will be shaken when he discovers she has even more secrets than he imagined. Her idea of justice and morality is at complete odds with his own. Despite all his powers and growing skill, Joseph is tested physically as a vampire and emotionally by Cassandra. This time the answers and challenges may be too much for the young vampire to handle.

You can pick up this book at your favorite retailers!



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What drew you to create Azure by Chrystalla Thoma

Like with every story, there was a seed of inspiration. I think it came to me as I was sorting through my photos of Crete – I’d been there in May of this year, visiting with family. I was looking at the venetian harbor of the town I’d visited (Chania) and the beaches, and the mountains, and it all clicked when I thought: what if some people here had dealings with sea magic?
Sea magic. The sea *is* magic, in my opinion. I grew up by the seaand I’ve always felt like I belonged in the waves. The mediterranean sea is quite safe, warm and clear – but it can have sudden storms that wreck boats, and violent currents that cause people to drown. I knew from past research that sea deities were widely worshipped on Crete, goddesses brought from the near east with each immigration wave in ancient times.
‘What if’ is a dangerous question. It gives birth to stories.
So I said to myself, what if there was a young man, from Crete, whose family has been cursed to be tied to the sea, unable to escape? What if the people of the area believe it, and he believes it, and this belief doesn’t let him break free?
And what if a girl arrives, not believing in magic, who tries to save him?
Thus was the story of Kai and Olivia born: A sea curse, traumatic pasts, well-meaning family and friends against a background of ancient olive trees and dramatic cliffs over the sea.
I think knowing the place so well, as I’d been there a couple of times, and the culture – since I’m Greek – helped me get excited about this story. I think it’s my only story so far with so many personal elements in it. Olivia studies English literature – as I have. She’s been studying in Germany, as I have. Her thoughts, her issues – many have been mine as well. I feel very close to her, closer than any other heroine I’ve written. Maybe I needed to get some things off my chest, I don’t know.
But one thing I do know: I’m happy with how it turned out. 🙂


About Chrystalla Thoma:

Chrystalla is Greek Cypriot (hence the strange name) and likes writing about bratty, angsty boys and spunky girls in fantasy and science-fiction worlds. She writes mainly for a young adult public but not only (heed the warnings!)

She’s currently preparing a non-fiction book about dragons, because the truth must out, and is juggling two series (“Elei’s Chronicles” and “Boreal and John Grey”).


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Spotlight on Twisted Mosaic

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Title:The Twisted Mosaic

Author:Amelia James


Publisher:Evolved Publishing

Formats Available In:All eBook formats and Print

Release Date: 23rd September 2013

Blurb:All three Twisted Mosaic books (Her Twisted Pleasures, Their Twisted Love, and His Twisted Choice) in one volume, plus a deleted scene, and three exclusive bonus stories!

Dirty little secrets.

Talia indulges her sexual pleasures, turning her life into a twisted mess. Sleeping with Alex is dangerous and reckless, and she craves that excitement. Loving Will is comforting and safe, and she needs that stability. Why can’t she get everything she wants from one man?

All the wrong reasons.

Alex has everything he wants. He loves the power that comes with his job, and fooling around with his boss provides the illicit kink he needs. He’s in charge and trusts no one.
When Alex’s case forces them back together, Talia discovers she still craves both her former lovers. Can only one love her enough to satisfy her twisted desires and provide the stability she needs?

Love takes an unexpected twist.

Will loves Talia, and he’s willing to give up everything to be with her. Their future hinges on her answer to one simple question. But when he leaves his life behind to pursue her, he’s confronted with choices he didn’t expect.

No more secrets. No more lies. Old love?New love? Or do they have a third option?


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Spotlight on A Rangers Tale

Title:A Ranger’s Tale

Series: Tallenmere
Author:Mysti Parker

Genre:Paranormal, Fantasy, Romance

Publisher:Melange Books

Formats Available In:All eBook formats and Print

Release Date: January, 2011

Blurb:In the fantasy world of Tallenmere, an elven noblewoman longed to leave her gilded cage. A half-breed former pirate wanted nothing more than to escape his guilty past. Easier said than done…

High elf CaliphanyAranea leads an enviable life as King Leopold’s niece and daughter of Sirius, Leogard’s most famous wizard. Yet, being forced to follow in her father’s footsteps and being betrothed to a man she doesn’t even like makes her want a taste of life outside the city walls.

As a young boy, half-elf GaladinTrudeaux witnessed his parents’ death at the hands of pirates. After being raised by those same murderers and forced to do their bidding, he escaped and now lives an honest life as a sea merchant and ranger.

When two brutes at LeogardHarbor attempt to kidnap Caliphany while she dreams of faraway lands, Galadin comes to her rescue. Impressed by his skills, she asks him to train her as a ranger. Though he is hesitant at first to train a woman of her class, Caliphany’s hefty sack of gold finally persuades him. Unfortunately, her father is not amused, and the two must escape before Caliphany faces a forced marriage and Galadin faces a noose.

From that moment on she and Galadin embark on an adventure of a lifetime. Only if they can survive the trials ahead, will they find a love that stands the test of time.


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Caliphany lowered her hood and smoothed out her robes. She smiled. I admit I’d held a vague hope we would cross each other’s paths again, but I’d also told myself awoman of her class and a man of mine had no business being seen with one another.
Even though I didn’t know who she was exactly, the clothes she wore told me shedidn’t mingle regularly with us working classes.

She tucked some hair behind her ear and blushed. “Captain Trudeaux.”

I bowed. “My lady.”

“Please don’t bow.” She avoided my gaze and clenched her robe. “You weren’t at thedocks this morning. I thought you had gone.”

Razor had started tearing into the rabbit, so I held up my finger. “One moment,please.” I knelt to retrieve him and the carcass before it was gone.

Razor eyed Caliphany when I returned to her side. “I sent my men on to Faewood. They’ll be back by the week’s end. We had some Tilliyan coffee beans to deliver.”

Her shoulders slumped. “I’ve read a lot about Tilliya Island.” Her eyes focused somewhere in the distance, and then rested on me again. “So, you’re a falconer?”

“I’m a ranger. Razor accompanies me from time to time. We sell what we hunt and gather. Sometimes I help thin out wildlife. It’s just my job.”

The words rolled off her tongue. “A ranger.”

I nodded, a bit annoyed she found my profession so curious. I killed things for a living. It was a hard, dirty job, one I was sure she could never understand. Icleared my throat. “I’m glad to see you’re in one piece, though still unescorted.Would you like me to walk you back to Leogard?”

She held up a satchel. “I’m gathering plant specimens.”

“As you wish. Well, good day then. I’ve got work to do.” I began to walk away.

“Wait,” she said.

I turned, and Caliphany approached me, opened her mouth, shut it again, and finallyspoke. “I wanted to thank you for rescuing me.”

If she was any other woman, from the lower end of society, I might have thought she was flirting. “You already did, I believe, and it’s not necessary. Good day.” I tried to walk away again.


Razor screeched and puffed his feathers when I turned back around. “Easy, now. Look,Caliphany, it’s really not necessary—”

“I want you to train me.”

I stepped closer. She blushed. I wrinkled my brow and asked, “Pardon?”

The words tumbled from her mouth. “You know how to handle yourself, handle weapons. I want to learn that as well. Will you train me?”

I puffed out my cheeks and exhaled.

Should have known she wasn’t interested in me, just in what I could do for her. “I’m not sure what you think I am, my lady, but I’m no trainer. I’ve got work to do.Forgive me, but I can’t waste precious hours teaching you to handle a bow.”

She reached into her cloak and pulled out a sack. From the jingle inside, Iestimated a month’s wages in gold. She got my attention.

“I’ll pay you. If this isn’t enough, I’ll pay more.”

That definitely got my attention. “My men will have to take up the slack. I’ve gotorders to fill. But, why would you want to do…” I pulled out a bloody, limp rabbit carcass. “…this?”

“My reasons are personal. So, are you willing to train me or not?”

I scratched my chin. “When can you start?”

A smile flashed across her lips. “My father leaves for Mirrochet citadel in two days. He’ll be gone for a month. I can train with you every day for a few hoursduring that time. After that…” She frowned and turned her head, then met my eyesagain. “After that, I don’t know. I can meet you at the ranger outpost just east ofhere. My family should not know about this.”

Desperation settled in her eyes, and I had a strong urge to take her in my arms and kiss her until we both had to come up for air. But she stood waiting for my reply.

“L-Look, I don’t know if I should be skirting trouble. Being caught out here in the woods with you wouldn’t look good for either of us.”

She stepped a little closer, reached out as though she would touch me, but withdrew her hand. “Believe me; they would know it was my idea. And with my father gone, theydon’t pay as much attention to my whereabouts. So, is it a deal?”

She held out her sack of coin with one hand, and the other for me to shake. I took the gold and shook her hand. Her skin was warm and soft. Damn shame it would be to mar those pretty fingers.


Profile Pic 2013_ About Mysti Parker:

Mysti Parker (pseudonym) is a full time wife, mother of three, and a writer. Her first novel, A Ranger’s Tale was published in January, 2011 by Melange Books, and the second in the fantasy romance series, Serenya’s Song, was published in April 2012. The highly anticipated third book, Hearts in Exile, has already received some great reviews. The Tallenmere series has been likened to Terry Goodkind’s ‘Sword of Truth’ series, but is probably closer to a spicy cross between Tolkien and Mercedes Lackey.

Mysti’s other writings have appeared in the anthologies Hearts of Tomorrow, Christmas Lites, and Christmas Lites II. Her flash fiction has appeared on the online magazine EveryDayFiction. She has also served as a class mentor in Writers Village University’s six week free course, F2K.

Mysti reviews books for SQ Magazine, an online specfic publication, and is the proud owner of Unwritten, a blog voted #3 for eCollegeFinder‘s Top Writing Blogs award. She resides in Buckner, KY with her husband and three children.

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Tallenmere Series:

A Ranger’s Tale, Tallenmere #1
Serenya’s Song, Tallenmere #2
Hearts in Exile, Tallenmere #3

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