Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Nacreous Book Release Day

~ Release Day Blitz ~

About the Book:
After two members of The Freedom Front are arrested and interrogated by the UZTA’s tyrannical President Nicks, Rain Hawkins and her friends face the alarming reality that their plans to liberate the mixed zones across the United Zones of The Authority might not come to fruition. While the resistance movement is growing outside the walls of the zones, the president’s forces are strengthening and putting citizens everywhere in more peril than ever. When Rain receives warnings that her cousin, Calista, has agreed to support plans to kill the mixed zones, and that her life could be on the line at the upcoming pure zone initiation ceremony, she must decide where her loyalties lie and if all of her allies can be trusted. As The Freedom Front use their abilities to unravel the mystery of the ceremony, The Authority captures some of their friends, forcing TFF to either go into hiding, or plan a rescue mission that could jeopardize everything they’ve been fighting for.

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Hooray, it is finally release day for Nacreous! Thanks for stopping by the fabulous Release Day Blitz, organized by b00k r3vi3w Tours. To kick off the blitz, here are a couple of “Fun Facts” about my writing process… I hope you enjoy!

Writing Playlist:

So…Music. Some authors swear by it. They have their playlist set in the background while they pen their latest manuscript. Me? Not exactly. Music is very important to me. I believe in dance parties, and by dance parties I mean cranking up my I-pod to the music fitting my mood, be this salsa, classic rock, blues, country, classical, whatever, and dancing alone in my room or kitchen. (Yes, I said classical and country in the same list). My kids may or may not be in attendance. They like to watch and laugh. Sometimes, they join in. But as far as my writing process goes, the music is sort of my warm up. So I might turn on some music that fits my mood for parts of the story and listen to it in my car or at my desk before I write, but not while I am actually writing. I need it to be quiet in the room, so I can tell the story…(Ahem, hear what my characters are trying to tell me). ;) While I wrote Nacreous, and the other books in the Harmony Run Series, my favorite music warm-up to set the mood was Lorde. Specifically, the songs Team and A World Alone. In fact, if any of the books from my series could be made for film, I would beg producers to include one of those songs in the movies.

My Writing Process:

I can’t sit down and force myself to write everyday because it begins to feel too mechanical, but I am definitely one of those people who thinks about writing, story ideas, characters, scenarios all of the time, awake or asleep. I love using my dreams in my writing and have written a few of them into scenes in the Harmony Run Series. Back in college, the good ol’ stone ages, I had one of the most terrifying dreams of my life about a man with a triangular-shaped eye chasing me down a corridor, one door after the other, with this woman’s voice echoing all around us, telling him to kill me. When I got to the end of the corridor, I opened the last door, and he was standing there facing me. I woke up sobbing…About a year later, a psychology professor at my university asked some of us to share dreams with him so he could demonstrate dream analysis. I bravely raised my hand, (this was huge for me, since I am very shy in person), and shared my dream in vivid detail. After I finished talking, the entire class got eerily quiet and the professor told me I was dealing with issues beyond his realm of help, and went on to the next student’s dream. That student shared a dream about not being able to make a goal in a soccer match, and the professor dissected his dream in depth for fifteen minutes. Years later, I incorporated that dream, adding on some twists and turns of course, into book one from the Harmony Run Series, Prismatic. 

I also come up with ideas when I’m looking out of the kitchen window, when I’m walking, driving, cooking, gardening, taking my kids to martial arts, helping with their homework, basically, every waking moment. I take heaps of notes. I jot notes down for days. And when I’m ready, I sit down and type everything I can. I woke up the other night, and grabbed the notebook and pen beside my bed and wrote down an idea for another story. So my writing process is sort of a twenty-four hour thing. Oh, and probably the most important part of the process…How could I forget? My dog, Shorty, has to harass me to sit in my lap throughout the day. She eventually gives up and sleeps at my feet or nearby. She spares me the occasional glance or sighs every so often when I talk too much. Yes, I like to talk aloud to myself more often than not. If that dog could talk…Well, thankfully that’s not an issue. Here’s a photo of my writing pal…

Isn’t she cute? I hope you stick around to read about Nacreous. I’m going to look up that old psychology professor to see if he wants to read my latest book… ;)

Previous Books in the Series:

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About the Author:

Sarah Elle Emm is the author of the HARMONY RUN SERIES, a young-adult fantasy and dystopian series, released in May 2012 by Winter Goose Publishing. (PRISMATIC, May 2012, OPALESCENT, February 2013, CHATOYANT, September 2014, NACREOUS, August 2015) Her debut fiction novel, MARRYING MISSY, was published by Bird Brain Publishing in October 2011. Sarah is a graduate of The University of Evansville, she has lived and worked in Mexico, Germany, England, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and has traveled extensively beyond. Sarah lives in Naples, Florida with her family. When she’s not walking the plank of her daughters’ imaginary pirate ship or snapping photos of Southwest Florida scenery, she is writing.

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Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Author Interview of Unexpected Gifts

 Blog Tour Schedule + Giveaway: UNEXPECTED GIFTS by SR Mallery

Welcome to my stop on the Blog Tour of Unexpected Gifts by S.R Mallery.  
"Unexpected Gifts" is the story of a confused college student who gains clarity in life when she begins to read the journals and diaries of her ancestors from America's past.
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~About the Book~

Title and Author: Unexpected Gifts by S.R Mallery

No. of Pages: 317

Publication Date: 2013

Genre: Historical Fiction


Can we learn from our ancestral past? Do our relatives’ behaviors help mold our own? 

In "Unexpected Gifts" that is precisely what happens to Sonia, a confused college student, heading for addictions and forever choosing the wrong man. Searching for answers, she begins to read her family’s diaries and journals from America’s past: the Vietnam War, Woodstock, and Timothy Leary era; Tupperware parties, McCarthyism, and Black Power; the Great Depression, dance marathons, and Eleanor Roosevelt; the immigrant experience and the Suffragists. Back and forth the book journeys, linking yesteryear with modern life until finally, by understanding her ancestors' hardships and faults, she gains enough clarity to make some right choices.

 Add to Goodreads: Unexpected Gifts by S.R Mallery


SONIA’S paraplegic Father --CHAPTER 2: Sam––Living With

thing I killed was no kind of thing at all. It was an enemy
which was a hell of a lot easier to say than the first thing I ever killed was
a man.”
--Steve Mason

“...Nearing the
village, we passed women in their beige tunics, black pants, and Sampan hats,
shouldering thick bamboo rods weighted down by buckets of water. Most kept
their heads lowered as they walked, but the few who didn’t, stared up at us
with dead, black-brown eyes and pressed lips. The afternoon was drawing to a
close by the time we reached a village compound that reeked of nuoc maum rotten
fish sauce and animal dung. An old, leathery woman, squatting by her hooch was
our welcoming committee, but once she saw us shuffle by, she scurried back into
her hut, clacking loudly in Vietnamese as chickens pecked at rice granules,
bobbing their heads up and down in 2/4 time.

cut to the chase. “First, pull every one of those gooks outta their hooches,
then line them up here,” he barked.

watched my troop comb each thatched home, rounding up families of all ages and
herding them out into the open like a
cattle drive in
Oklahoma. I, too, started the mission and
stooping into one of
the huts, saw a young woman sitting on a straw mat, eating some rice in a black
bowl, a young child at her side.

was exquisite—the best possible combination of French and Chinese ancestry,
with such delicate features, she made my heart ache. My immediate instincts
were to protect her and her son from Carbini and this horrendous war, but she
just gazed up at me, emotionless.    

could hear Carbini yelling orders to get a move-on, and I signaled this girl,
this treasure, to follow me. She shook her head vehemently, and curled her legs
around her son. I motioned again, but still, she refused. I froze, unable to
think, but when Carbini popped his head in the doorway and snarled, “Weylan!”
she got the message and followed me out.

            Whimpering slightly, she joined her fellow villagers, gripping her child’s hand and wiping off a tear that had
slid halfway down her cheek. I suddenly pictured slave owners in pre-Civil War
days and felt my lunch rise up in my throat.

get your Zippos ready, men.” As Carbini’s face flushed red, I sucked in my breath. He caught sight of my reaction
and came over. “Weylan here doesn’t like my orders. Anyone else here who doesn’t like my orders?” Nobody spoke up.
opened up one of my backpack pockets, yanked out my Zippo lighter, and shoved
it into my face. Immediately, you could hear the snap of pockets opening and
boots shifting. We were getting ready to Rock ‘n Roll.

was first. He marched over to a hooch, flipped on his Zippo, and carefully lit
the underbelly of its thatched roof. It smoldered for a few seconds, a thin,
rising wisp of smoke twisting in the tropical air. From that, a flame grew,
nibbling at the straw with a low, blue heat before suddenly bursting into a
torch, arcing up towards the sky in a yellow-hot blaze.

turned to us and nodded, his eyes glazed. This was our cue, yet I spun around
to search for the girl, who was at the back of the pack, crying softly as she
hugged her son. I glanced over at some of the other men, their hands jammed
deep into their pockets, and decided to follow their lead. The fire was raging
full force on each hooch now, the thatch and bamboo crackling like a 4th
of July fireworks display, leaving its reflections in the villagers’ eyes and
turning the sky dark with thick, bulbous smoke.

You son-of-a-bitch coward! You’re no better than the rest of us, you hear me?” Carbini started to charge over, then stopped

            In the distance, a large formation
of F4’s was headed our way, torpedoing fireballs of napalm every several
hundred yards and scattering screaming villagers down the main road. We were
ordered to take cover, but followed the fleeing Vietnamese instead, charging
after them and trying not to show our own fear...”

“The author
has a remarkable gift. The amazing ability not only to bring rich, historical
events to life, but also the ability to perfectly blend different generations…”
“It simply
is one of the best books I've ever read. I wish I could give it six stars!”
“I have
never read a book that wasn’t a textbook that was able to successfully cover so
many time frames in such little space, with the accuracy you really would
expect from reading the journals of those who had actually lived in those
“Colorful writing,
recreation of periods that prove adept challenges for any films about the
influences of the past being made, and all of this is written with such style
that it often times is dazzling...”
“SR Mallery
has created an important and impressive monument of a novel.”
“If only my
history teacher would have taught history like Mallery has, enriching it with
living, feeling people that the reader can equate to, I would have been a
better student.”
“Long after
the completion of the book, I missed the characters and the impact their
stories made on me. This one really touched me deeply.”
and sensitively written, anyone who loves a good story interwoven with actual
historical events will enjoy this very special novel.”
“A master
storyteller has been at work, and this marvelous piece of writing is the
“I'm in awe
of how the author could write about the events so realistically, putting the
reader firmly into different time periods in America's history.”
“… she
blends the past and the present with a seamless texture that only a “true”
storyteller can manage.”
“This is a
book you can keep on your shelf to read over and over…”

Author Interview

1) What inspired you to write the book?

I have always been interested in studying my family’s photo albums. I used to sit on my grandmother’s couch, the recent and older images staring up at me, and wonder what each person was thinking as the camera’s shutter clicked. Was he or she sad? Happy? Resentful? Frustrated? Bored? Simultaneously, I have always been drawn to U.S. history, so when I decided to write a novel, I began speculating on how I could present different American time periods in a single book and have it work out logically. The more I percolated, the more I focused on the idea of one person reading the journals of her relatives, and then gaining insight from them, reasoning that by using that scenario I could dovetail a modern character with different eras.

2) When did you realize that you wanted to write a book?

Coming from a family of writers, for many years I wouldn’t touch that profession with a ten-foot pole! Still, every time I watched a movie that involved a writer, I felt this curious, gravitational pull. Then one day I was waiting for my then teenage daughter to finish trying on clothes at a department store and thought, ‘Why not give storytelling a try?’ I pulled out my handy-dandy purse size pad and pencil and started scribbling. Forty-five minutes later when my daughter returned from the dressing room and said, “OK, Mom. I’m ready to go,” I was definitely annoyed––I had found a new passion.

After that came my collection of historical short stories, “SEWING CAN BE DANGEROUS AND OTHER SMALL THREADS” and while I submitted that work to agents/publishing houses, I decided to write a full-length novel.

3) Who helped you in writing the book and please say about their contributions.

There were several people who helped me in the making of this book:

a) Judith Kilcullen, for her non-ending encouragement, suggestions, and stimulating discussions at every stage of the book’s development.
b) Regina Williams, my first publisher/editor, for introducing me to the professional literary process.
b) Elaine Marshall, for her fine-tooth combing after I became an Indie writer.
c) P. C. Zick, for her tremendous support and formatting.
d) Nicola Kaftan, whose constructive criticism kept me honest.
e) Robin Guzman, whose enthusiasm in my darker moments gave me hope.
f) My father, Jerome Ross, whose television scripts infused me with a love of plots and characters.
g) Lisha Cunningham who contributed towards the title.

4) How is your book going to inspire the readers?

I believe it is important not to forget those who came before us. Never take one’s ancestors for granted––they are as much a part of our gene pool as our current, immediate families around us.
Apparently, my belief has not been in vain. For, once UNEXPECTED GIFTS was published and reviews and remarks started coming in from individuals and book clubs, I was pleased at how many of them mentioned that not only did they love the historical eras portrayed, they also wanted to start their own diaries/journals so they could leave their descendants memories of the past.

5) If you were given the chance to change one thing in your book, what would it be?

I’d probably rework some of the prose (I’m forever trying to improve there!). But ultimately, I do recognize that reworking a manuscript over and over again can be the kiss of death. Sometimes the phrase, “It’s time to move on!” is important to remember. Perfection is good to a point, but ultimately I believe that, as creative people, we should accept what we have produced at that particularly moment. We can always ‘do better’ the next time.

6) How do you find time to write and which part of the day is best for writing for you?

Well, I’m definitely more creative/inventive/AWAKE during the earlier parts of the day. I’ve also been known to write entire scenes at fast food joints, but in general, I do write at home at various times of the day, either on the computer or at my desk, scribbling away next to a chirpy-purring cat named June. Her brother Rocco is usually nestled at my feet. But then again, as I’m doing now, I can sit waiting in a car, a restaurant, a school, and write away to my heart’s content then type it up and edit. And edit. And edit.

7) Which books have inspired you the most, in the journey of writing this book?

Harper Lee’s TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, not only for her lyrical prose, but for the touching interaction between the children with their father. The scene where Atticus explains he’s going to give his son, Jem, his watch and Scout, his daughter, her dead mother’s jewelry always gets to me every time I have read it or seen the movie! It reminds me of when I inherited my mother’s dresser with its circular iron drawer knobs. For years every time I would open up the drawers I would flash on watching my mother opening them up.

Also the book, I CAPTURE THE CASTLE, by Dodie Smith meant a lot to me as a teenager. A coming of age story set in the English countryside during the 1960s, I loved how its main protagonist always wrote in her journal, and how the quirky characters intermingled and showed loyalty to their family members.

8) What is the best advice you would give for writers who are trying to write a book?

Never be afraid to give your drafts to trusted readers. Also, be open to criticism, but ultimately trust in yourself. If, in your heart of hearts, your gut is telling you to ignore a criticism, then do it! Trust your instincts! I have had at least five agents tell me my SEWING CAN BE DANGEROUS stories were so unique, but they just didn’t know how to ‘market me’ and so they were going to pass. At the time I was disappointed of course, but I did keep thinking, “Unique? That’s a bad thing?” Now I laugh whenever I get a review that says these stories are the most unique the reader has read in a long time...

Also, have it professionally edited and always remember to write as much as you can. Actually, I should take my own advice!!

9) What are your hobbies?

I read, watch movies/TV series, garden, enjoy my family, friends, and students, pet the kitties, cook, and try to R E L A X!!

10) What can we expect from you in the future?

1) I am currently working on an historical fiction western and enjoying not only that time period, but also the colorful lingo that was used. Here’s the synopsis:


The Dolan Girls by S. R. Mallery has it all. Set in Nebraska during the 1800s, whorehouse madams, ladies of the night, a schoolmarm, a Pinkerton detective, a Shakespeare-quoting old coot, brutal outlaws, and a horse-wrangler fill out the cast of characters. Add to the mix are colorful descriptions of an 1856 land rush, Buffalo Bill and his Wild West Show, Annie Oakley, bank/train robberies, small town local politics, and romance. It’s not only a taste of America’s past, it’s also about people overcoming insurmountable odds.

2) I am also planning on creating a blog in 2016. It will have two main focuses: Everything historical, with lots of links, resources, posts , all having to do with history. I also plan on having a “Kindness Korner,” which will be a list of all the authors, bloggers, reviewers, and promoters who have been so kind and generous to me. I will be featuring many of them in between posts. I figure it’s payback time!

~Buying Links~

Grab the book for just 99c or Rs 61 on Amazon and Kobo!

~Meet the Author~

S.R. Mallery has worn various hats in her life. First, a classical/pop singer/composer, she moved on to the professional world of production art and calligraphy.
Next came a long career as an award winning quilt artist/teacher and an ESL/Reading instructor. Her short stories have been published in descant 2008, Snowy Egret, Transcendent Visions, The Storyteller, and Down In the Dirt.

Website/Blog:  www.srmallery.com
Twitter:  @SarahMallery1
Pinterest:  (I have some good history boards that are
getting a lot of attention—history, vintage clothing, older films)
Author page:

Prize: 10 Ebooks of Unexpected Gifts by SR Mallery

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Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Book Review of Golden Heart

 Review Tour Signup and Schedule: Golden Heat by Ju Ephraime (18-21 August)

Welcome to my stop on the Review Tour of Golden Heat by Ju Ephraime. This is a spicy romance with an intriguing twist of mystery.

Check out the complete Tour Schedule here

~About the Book~

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Native American


Andy Redfield is a hard-nose real estate developer, trying to settle his father’s estate and locate the treasure that was mentioned in his father’s will. Bernie Harp is a no-nonsense, private investigator, and who specializes in locating lost objects. When Andy hires her to find his dad’s treasure, she anticipates working alone, as was her custom. She communicates this to Andy in no uncertain terms, but Andy was having none of it. If anything, he was more determined than ever to lend his assistance. When finding the treasure becomes more than a routine job, and the presence of a suspicious intruder is discovered, tempers flare and sparks fly. While they have difficulty seeing eye-to-eye, Andy and Bernie agree on one thing: They need to capture the intruder and locate his father’s treasure.
Kicking and screaming, Bernie is forced to accept his presence on the job, even though it was distracting as hell. With them rubbing each other the wrong way, before they know it, the friction they generate turns to love’s golden heat, igniting a fire neither expected, and neither could deny. So, when Bernie unexpectedly disappears, Andy realizes she was more precious to him than all the treasures in the world, and he’d give up anything to find her—anything, including the treasure, only is he prepared for what he finds?

My Review
The story is well paced and the characters do justice to the roles they have been given.  The circumstances, environment and the romance in the air, blend with each other perfectly, which appeals the reader to move to the next page, swiftly. The conscious mind is taken over by the subconscious mind and it feels as if you are living their life and you are one of the characters who is invisible to them, but is still a part of the story.
Great work and I loved the storyline. Keep up the good work
 Add-to-Goodreads: Golden Heat by Ju Ephraime

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~About the Author~

Ju Ephraime began writing professionally at age 19; at that time, she wrote short stories for the local radio station in her home town. She gave up writing to pursue her education and has since earned several degrees, including two Masters and a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University in Boston. During the course of her schooling, she wrote and published a working curriculum for a career school, a business manual and its answer key, as well as other literary work. In 2010 she revisited her first love, writing for fun and enjoyment. She writes high heat, steamy, romance novels. The first was, State of Ecstasy in the LaCasse series, which was soon followed by, Temptation to Sin, Loving Therèse, #2 in the LaCasse series. Ju has gone on to write several more books, including, The Odor of Violet, on tour this month, Complete Surrender, #3 in the LaCasse series; as well as, a Christmas Novella, Footsteps in the Sand and her award winning paranormal, White Magic Woman, Quarterfinalist in Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest, 2013, out of over 10,000 entrants.

Ju lives in Connecticut, where she is very active in her community. She is the administrator of a business school and the president of a non-profit organization that dresses individuals for job interviews.

Visit her blog at http://www.juephraime.blogspot.com or her personal page at http://www.juliaeantoine.com where you can sign up for e-mail updates and be the first to hear about new releases.

Find Ju on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/juephraimeauthor. She loves to chat with readers.

Follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/JuEphraime



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Thursday, 6 August 2015

Airtel 4G is truly the fastest network ever

Airtel 4G is truly the fastest network ever

Airtel is a pioneer in the telecom industry and its versatility is what makes it the one of the ever growing companies. With all the wonderful gadgets that are arriving in the market, beating the predecessors and challenging the opponents in the battle of smartphones, what really makes the phones come alive is the internet connection and most importantly the internet provider.

And when it comes to connectivity Airtel has introduced its 4G network giving seamless internet connection in 296 cities across India. What can be better we have now moved from 3G to a 4G network, breaking all myths 4G is expensive, it is actually at the price of 3G.

Here is the link http://www.airtel.in/4g/index that gives you insights into the Airtel 4G network and the world of possibilities that it comes with.

With a wide range of 4G smartphones like Samsung, Motorola, Mi, Yureka, Lenovo, Huawei, Asus, Micromax, OnePlus and Apple to choose from it is pretty easy to get the firsthand experience of Airtel 4G. Just visit the above given link and you can order an Airtel 4G SIM for free, right at your doorstep.

The incentives just got higher on Airtel 4G, with every 4G SIM swap, Airtel offers

Data Plans
Unlimited offers
Rs 999
Music and Airtel to Airtel
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Music and Airtel to Airtel, Movies, All local calls
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Data Plans
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Rs 999
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Music and Airtel to Airtel, Movies, All local calls, Roaming and STD calls

Everyone is very excited to get the experience of the Airtel 4G and after watching the two videos it is just not possible to stay away from Airtel 4G any longer.

Airtel also introduces 4G Wi-Fi Modems and Dongle at Rs 1500 and Rs 1400 respectively.

The plans for dongles are

Post paid

2 GB
3 GB
4 GB
5 GB
6 GB
Rs 450
Rs 650
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Pre paid

2 GB
3 GB
4 GB
5 GB
6 GB
Rs 255
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Rs 1505

Now you must have known it is at the price of 3G, so, say hello to Airtel 4G.
I have personally ordered a 4G SIM and eagerly waiting to experience the 4G connectivity, as the speed looks awesome as per the TVC.

With all the Airtel plans at an affordable price, you should get an Airtel 4G connection right way.

Happy Surfing and downloading the internet!