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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

The Portal to Thenitiwan by Ada M. Stone - Blurb Blitz - Giveaway - Enter Daily!


Hi, lovelies!  It gives me great pleasure today to host Ada M. Stone and her new book and book series, “The Portal to Thenitiwan”!  For other stops on her Goddess Fish Promotions Book Tour, please click on the banner above or any of the images in this post.

Be sure to make it to the end of this post to enter to win a $10 Amazon or Barnes and Noble Gift Card!!  Also, come back daily to interact with Ada and to increase your chances of winning!

Thanks for stopping by!  Wishing you lots of luck in this fabulous giveaway!


The Portal to Thenitiwan
by Ada M. Stone

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GENRE: Fantasy

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BLURB:

Over 9,000 years ago, an ancient spiritual energy leaks through a link in time entering Thenitiwan, destroying the barrier between the past and future. The spirit enters a host or Hawopas to block the portals spiritual gravity through carnal energy of a living body to survive.

Over the centuries, a powerful civilization called Sagerowa emerges knowing that history favors the rise and death of great nations throughout time. Sagerowa eventually gained control of the gateway and entered future eras and destroyed them to weaken them and sought to freeze their era in time forever.

Many years later in the midst of the tension of the nation's most recent war, Joie tries to return home with the assistance of Xuca who escorted her to safety. Xuca however is unable to look after her and be loyal to his goals and let her go as a priority. She soon finds comfort and resolve in a stranger named Keogx from the pain of missing the soldier she felt had her back and unknowingly more parts of her heart.

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EXCERPT THREE:


Book 2, Pg, 116

The Portal to Thenitiwan: The Ancient Spirit of Sagerowa: An Ancient Awakes Within Sagerowa Seeking a Human Host


“Is there something wrong soldier?” asked head to the soldier who just arrived finally.

“No, no. I am fine,” Lahi said.

“Where have you been, soldier?” asked head.

“I was worried about Suyoke. He is still irresponsive,” She said with difficulty.

“Have you seen General Daeli by any chance?” asked the head to Lahi.

“Sir. He left on the mission with Ero. I was going to go with him. But he suggested I stay here to watch Suyoke and be here for the army if they never made it back,” she said.

The head looked at the general who last seen Daeli then at Lahi standing before the court suspiciously.

He then directed his eyes back to Lahi who tried to hide her pain for her fellow soldier Suyoke.

“Lahi, you must have heard at some point that the mission was cancelled right?

“No sir. I wasn’t informed. I was last told it was the mission was official and was excited to go but…” Lahi stated.

“General Daeli didn’t tell you?!” said a council member.

There is a great clamoring throughout the court room. There was random talking and voices of disproval and surprise.

“We have a problem. They could be out there anywhere, by now. In danger or an unauthorized battle with the enemy army, or worst. We will have to send a search team. They couldn’t have gotten far. Unit 1 shall be asked to go. Please take off tonight. Or we might lose them…all,” said the head council member.

The doors swung open a second time and everyone looked in that direction wondering who would enter.

“No need for that head council,” said Captain Rhena.

Everyone stood up and stared at the entrance.



Walking into the court room after her was General Daeli who stated, “Nobody has to go anywhere.” He said with a look of assuredness on his face. We’re back now from the mission.  Following them was Ero and then Guesa.

The court was astounded and relieved.

Staring at them surprised for a while, the head council member then said, “Welcome back.”

Rhena smiled and said, “Thanks.”

Rhena said, “I have a message from the other side of this war. The enemy are making their plans to weaken us. They have new strategies. I must inform the army on what we can do. I am prepared to update the S.S. They are ready to bring us down and will if we step into their traps. They’re out there.”

Unit 1 General said, “I am glad they showed up when they did. Because I wasn’t going to budge,” folding his arms looking at Daeli who stared back in opposition and then turned away.

Xuca stood among the rest of the crowd of soldiers celebrating. He looked at Daeli whose eyes met his and then looked away trying to ignore his fixed look of “Told you so.”

“You may report,” said the head to Rhena. “But you four soldiers must recover from the expedition first. For now, this court is dismissed. Returned first thing tomorrow,” he hits the hammer. The members and soldiers stood and gradually exited the door.

Rhena looked at General Daeli and said, “Thanks, for being loyal to your comrades Daeli. You showed me something today. It’s never too late for people to change. People do change,” said Rhena to him.

“Or begin to show their true colors?” Daeli replied sternly then slightly smiled.

Rhena turned to Ero and Guesa, “You must all soon get rest, understand? And I will do the same.

“Yes captain,” the unit said together.

Guesa looked at Xuca who looked back at her for a while. As they looked at each other. He felt guilty for not joining the cause to bring her back. He now knew it was risky but worth it. He looked over at Lahi thinking.

“Guesa,” shouted Lahi who ran towards her and hugged the soldier. “We thought we’d never see you again. I can’t believe you’re ok! It’s been just so long.”

“I’m here now though,” said Guesa.

“Come. I will update you on everything,” said Lahi.

Through the crowd Xuca walked by. “Xuca, I am glad to see you again and that you’re safe. …” said Guesa.

“Same here, thanks,” he continued to walked.

“I heard you were being targeted while gone away. I went after you to help but then I was capture, I am sorry I couldn’t help,” she said.

“No its ok. I was alright,” Xuca said.

The new leader then brushed shoulders with Xuca and said, “Since you are no longer leader. You are just “a” soldier. But don’t worry. I will soon take your given seat as leader. Just watch. I heard it never truly belonged to you anyway.” The leader then walked out the court room along with the rest.

“Ignore it Xuca…he is just talking and nothing more…..right?” said Guesa wondering.

“I have got to go, goodnight,” Said Xuca cutting the conversation short and walked out of the court room.

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AUTHOR BIO:

I am Ada Stone and have been writing since high school and interested in societal problems and of course, fiction. The ability to make up a world and share it means a great deal as the real world is what it is.

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CONNECT WITH ADA:

Goodreads Author Page:

Goodreads Book Page – The Gateway – Book One:

Goodreads Book Page – The Ancient Spirit of Sagerowa – Book Two:

Amazon Author Page:

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BOOK BUY LINKS – THE ANCIENT SPIRIT OF SAGEROWA – BOOK TWO:


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BOOK BUY LINKS – TIME’S HIDDEN SECRETS – BOOK THREE:


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GIVEAWAY INFO:

Ada will be awarding a $10 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.



**This post contains affiliate links and if clicked and a purchase is made, I may receive a small commission to help support this blog.  This does not cost you anything, it just helps pay for all those awesome giveaways on here.**

This contest is sponsored by a third party. Fabulous and Brunette is a registered host of Goddess Fish Promotions.  Prizes are given away by the sponsors and not Fabulous and Brunette. The featured author and Goddess Fish Promotions are solely responsible for the giveaway prize.

Monday, December 9, 2019

Song of Sugar Sands by Debra Coleman Jeter - Book Tour - Book Sale - Book Review - Giveaway - Enter Daily!


Hi, lovelies!  It gives me great pleasure today to host Debra Coleman Jeter and her new book, “Song of Sugar Sands”!  For other stops on her Goddess Fish Promotions Book Tour, please click on the banner above or any of the images in this post.

Be sure to make it to the end of this post to enter to win a $10 Amazon or Barnes and Noble Gift Card!!  Also, come back daily to interact with Debra and to increase your chances of winning!

This book is on SALE during the book tour for ONLY $0.99!!!  See below for more details.

Thanks for stopping by!  Wishing you lots of luck in this fabulous giveaway!


Song of Sugar Sands
by Debra Coleman Jeter

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GENRE: Romance

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BLURB:

A deeply committed young man falls in love with the beautiful but troubled Acadia, who knows herself too selfish, too sinful, and too skeptical in her faith to marry a preacher.

Acadia Powers nearly lost her faith at an early age due to what she saw as the hypocrisy of her parents’ generation. In college—where the novel begins—she meets and falls in love with Peter O’Neil, who is fervent in his faith and wants to share the good news with the world.  Despite serious doubts about her ability to survive as a preacher’s wife, Acadia finally agrees to marry Peter. The two embark with high hopes on a new life in Sugar Sands, Alabama, where Acadia takes a position as a high school teacher while Peter becomes pastor of a small church. SONG OF SUGAR SANDS recounts Acadia’s struggle to come to terms with issues of faith, while also telling the story of Peter and Acadia’s falling in love and the traumatic first year of their marriage. When one of her students attempts suicide after confiding her problems in Acadia, and a new friend and mentor, Beatrice Wood, reveals that she has terminal cancer, Acadia almost quits.  Can she reach deep enough inside, or beyond herself, to find what she needs to keep on trying, or has she made too many mistakes already?

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EXCERPT THREE:

Malibu, California

My acne finally cleared up about the time I started college. By junior year, I had come into myself, into my comfort zone so to speak, and was having the time of my life. Or so I told myself. Then I met Peter. Something about him jarred me out of this zone so completely that, try as I might, I simply could not find my way back.

The first time I saw him, I was at an off-campus party. Bored, I looked around for a cute guy to talk to. With his long blonde hair, intense green eyes, and especially the way he laughed—as if all the joy of the universe radiated from him—he certainly fit the bill.

I made my way across the room toward him. The record player blasted “We are the Champions” by Queen. Pretty coeds in miniskirts and wedge-heeled boots or knee socks were everywhere. Peter was absorbed in conversation with a classmate of mine named Greg and paid me no attention as I edged into his path of vision.

I’d recently learned the power of eye contact, having gained enough self-confidence to take risks—once my acne cleared up. Today, though, not only Peter, but Greg as well, seemed oblivious to my approach.

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MY BOOK REVIEW:


This book took me on a roller-coaster of emotions!!!

This book was an engaging, graceful, romantic, realistic, refined, enlightening, intriguing, and warmhearted read!!!

This is the second book I’ve read from the talented writer, Debra Coleman Jeter.  Earlier this year, I read, reviewed, and blogged about her book, “Joy After Noon,” which is Book One in The Sugar Sands Book Series and I absolutely loved it!!  So, I was thrilled to get the chance to read her latest work, “Song of Sugar Sands,” which is Book Two in the same book series.

This book focuses on Acadia, "Cadi," a not-so religious college student who marries Peter, a soon to be preacher.  They meet at a college party and instantly hit it off.  Both are clear on their sides of religion and reasons why, but both are quickly falling for each other.  Will Acadia be able to become a preacher’s wife?  Does she have what it takes to help lead a congregation?  There is so much more to this book and you will definitely want to check it out to find out what happens next!

I really enjoyed the main characters, Acadia and Peter.  They were both very likable and genuine characters.  I loved how opposite they were in so many ways, yet so alike in others.  It really made them seem so raw, realistic, relatable, and well-developed.  I enjoyed their witty back and forth banter and how passionately heated their conversations got and how much they believe in what they support and stand for and are willing to defend for those principles.

This book is so beautifully told in a mannerism that allows the reader to get fully immersed and invested in the story and the outcome of the characters.

I also really enjoyed the supporting characters.  I seriously wanted to hug Beatrice and Sybil!  I love that Debra Coleman Jeter, wrote characters that I was able to emotionally connect to, relate to, sympathize with, and want more than ever for their story to end happily ever after.

A strong character development journey to root for and enjoy watching it unfold!

I grew up in a strong Christian family-value home and we went to church every Sunday, Bible Study on Wednesdays, and as I got older, I even taught Sunday School.  But, like most folks, when something really bad happens it is hard to keep your faith and when my mom was diagnosed with cancer for the second time – it just seemed impossible to continue to believe that this was meant to happen for a reason.

So, I was able to connect with Acadia about having a struggling relationship with God.  It’s hard to see the big picture when you see someone you love, like Acadia’s friend, Beatrice, getting diagnosed with cancer.  It's impossible to understand why this is all happening to them.  Or, when Acadia’s student, Sybil, comes to her for help and tells her about her terrible home life.  Acadia can’t fathom why God would put such good people through these kinds of pains and troubles?

I think many of us, have all had these doubts and questions at one point or another and will be able to easily connect with the characters and this book.  It helps me knowing that others too, sometimes struggle, and aren’t always as firm in their beliefs as Peter is.

I also enjoyed the other main theme in this book, about the workings of a newlywed couple.  Over the course of the book, you start to see Acadia and Peter’s relationship start slipping apart with him caught up with writing his sermons and leading his congregation, and her focused-on lesson plans and grading papers.  It’s not hard to get caught up in everyday life and the romantic essence start to dwindle down.  I enjoyed them noticing this and trying to find ways to bring the honeymoon back and not loose each other.  It was interesting to see a newly married couple have their ups and downs and fight to keep their love, passion, commitment, and devotion to each other.

Additional strong themes that I enjoyed was the acceptance, forgiveness, and non-judgmental alliance which allows Acadia to open up about her religious upbringing struggles and lean on her husband and fellow congregants for support.

Again, I would like to point out that I really liked the character arc development as I felt both Acadia and Peter had quite a bit of growing and maturing to do at the beginning of the book.  And, it was quite impressive to see their development and success together at the end.

This book has a creative story line with well executed plot points, fantastic writing style with detailed scenes, relatable characters, is evenly paced, and keeps you fully engaged and entertained.

This book contains strong Christian values and religious inspirational messages.  This book includes Bible verses, Bible references, and prayers.

This book is book two of the Sugar Sands Book Series.  It can be read as a standalone.

The author states that she wrote “Song of Sugar Sands,” first but released “Joy After Noon,” as the first book.  However, “Song of Sugar Sands,” is set in the 1970's and “Joy After Noon,” is set in the 1980's.  Therefore, “Song of Sugar Sands,” would technically and chronologically come first.  Sounds a bit confusing, but after reading both books I didn’t get lost.  There is character and story line overlap, but it didn’t appear backwards or that I had read them out of order even though they were released that way.  So, in conclusion and in my opinion, both books can be read on their own and in any order.

All in all, I really enjoyed reading this book and would absolutely recommend it!  I think all contemporary romance and romance readers will like this book, too – especially fans of inspirational fiction books!  So, add it to your TBR List and get to reading - you won't be disappointed!

**Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book and have voluntarily provided an honest, and unbiased review in accordance with FTC regulations.**

Did you find this review helpful?
If so, please, please, please mark it as helpful on Amazon here:
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AUTHOR BIO:


A Professor Emerita at Vanderbilt University, Debra Coleman Jeter has published in popular magazines, including Working Woman, New Woman, Self, Home Life, Savvy, Christian Woman, and American Baby. Her first novel, The Ticket, was a finalist in two categories for a Selah Award. Her short story, “Recovery,” won first prize in a competition sponsored by Christian Woman; and her book “Pshaw, It’s Me Grandson” was a finalist in the USA Book News Awards. She is a co-writer of the screenplay for Jess + Moss, a feature film which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, screened at nearly forty film festivals around the world, and captured several international awards.

She loves to be in the water—whether snorkeling, water skiing, boogie boarding, or just floating around—which may explain the setting for her newest series. Her family suspects her of being selkie. The Sugar Sands novels are set in a small beach community in LA (lower Alabama). Each book in the series stands alone.

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CONNECT WITH DEBRA:

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AMAZON BOOK BUY LINKS & BOOK SALE INFO:

**Song of Sugar Sands is on SALE during the book tour for ONLY $0.99!!!**

Amazon Kindle eBook:

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GIVEAWAY INFO:

Debra will be awarding a $10 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.




**This post contains affiliate links and if clicked and a purchase is made, I may receive a small commission to help support this blog.  This does not cost you anything, it just helps pay for all those awesome giveaways on here.**

This contest is sponsored by a third party. Fabulous and Brunette is a registered host of Goddess Fish Promotions.  Prizes are given away by the sponsors and not Fabulous and Brunette. The featured author and Goddess Fish Promotions are solely responsible for the giveaway prize.

The Wrong Kind by Austin S. Camacho - Book Tour - Guest Post - Giveaway - Enter Daily!


Hello, lovelies!  It gives me great pleasure today to host Austin S. Camacho and his new book, “The Wrong Kind”!  For other stops on his Goddess Fish Promotions Book Tour, please click on the banner above or any of the images in this post.

Be sure to make it to the end of this post to enter to win a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble Gift Card!!  Also, come back daily to interact with Austin and to increase your chances of winning!

Thanks for stopping by!  Wishing you lots of luck in this fabulous giveaway!


The Wrong Kind
by Austin S. Camacho

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GENRE: Mystery

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BLURB:

A distraught woman hires private investigator Hannibal Jones to track down her daughter who has run away, trying to escape the homeless shelter life her mother has come to accept. When Hannibal finds Connie Blanco she is entwined in a gang war and somehow connected to a murder. The corpse is barely cold before a second murder follows and Hannibal finds himself entangled in a complex plot revolving around stolen drugs…but who is the mastermind of this twisted scheme?

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EXCERPT TWO:

“If you take my advice you’ll go back up to Charles County and look in on your mama. It might not matter to you but it will make her feel a lot better.” He stood, leaned forward and offered a hand to help her to her feet.   

And then the lights went out.

Hannibal spun in the sudden darkness, one hand snatching his Oakleys off his face while the other darted under his suit jacket reaching for his weapon. Before his fingers could manage to grip the gun his head exploded with pain.

The impact staggered him. The left rear corner of his head. With luck that might be enough of a clue. He whipped his left fist around and back. He hit nothing but air. Then an arm wrapped around his neck. Another arm went under his right arm and he felt the hand at the back of his head. He knew the hold, not a choke in the classic sense, but what television wrestlers called a sleeper hold, cutting off the blood flow in both his carotid artery and jugular vein. He could breathe fine but with no blood going to his brain it didn’t matter. He felt a deeper darkness moving in and his balance deserted him. The arms suddenly came away. Something crashed into his knees. Most likely the floor. His arms were unresponsive, and it felt like he was falling forward. He took a deep breath because he knew the next part was really going to hurt.

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GUEST POST:

Mystery Book Fan to Mystery Book Writer: How a Passion Turned into a Career

It happens like any other addiction. Someone slips you a free sample and then, you’re hooked. In my case it was The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. I loved those stories and I knew I wanted more. Except… the writing seemed a bit out of touch with the late 20th Century.

Then I found Raymond Chandler. His prose was almost poetry and I could get lost in the stories. This was better writing than anything they made me read in school and I knew I wanted more… Except… I wished the plots were just a little more complex and twisted, with all the clues so I could try to figure it out.

The search continued. I found Ross MacDonald. Lew Archer handled dense, complex plots. Then came Rex Stout. Nero Wolfe solved legitimate puzzles with all the clues laid out in plain sight so I could slap my forehead at the end if I hadn’t figured it all out.

While all of this seeped into my brain I discovered Elmore Leonard. Here was crime fiction with characters so well drawn that I felt I knew them personally. Sometimes there wasn’t really a good guy, but there was always someone I could root for. And John D. McDonald contributed Travis McGee, a hero you could count on.

Of course not every book I picked up was a winner. In the 1980s and 90’s I encountered some really disappointing mystery novels. Maybe I was setting the bar too high but I had my heroes.

Then came that pivotal day. I was reading a mystery (I won’t name the author) and realized about a third of the way thru the book that I knew everything that was going to happen. It was watery, predictable, with a stock figure for a detective and weak writing on top of that. And I said this, out loud:

“Hell, I could do better than this!”

Which may not have mattered except that my wife heard me and responded with, “Yeah, SURE you could.”

That became a conversation, which became a challenge, which lead to me deciding to prove I could do it. I knew what I wanted to write. I wanted to write the book I wanted to read. A novel with Chandler prose, a hero on Travis McGee’s level with Elmore Leonard supporting characters and a mystery plot that Stout or MacDonald would be proud of.

Hmmm… that mystery thing. How did one DO that, exactly? Well again, I knew what I liked! So I got out a couple of my favorite novels by those two giants and reread them, outlining as I went, to figure out how they worked.

After the outlining process I had an idea how to approach the plot. At the time I was working for TRICARE, the military’s health care system as a broadcast journalist. I was assigned a story about the bone marrow program at Bethesda Naval Medical Center. I realized that here was a real-life mystery – finding a matching donor to save a life! That idea evolved into my novel BLOOD AND BONE.

So, that’s how I went from mystery fan to mystery author. Was that book everything I wanted it to be? No. But I believe if you aim for the stars you may just hit the moon. And I believe each of the seven Hannibal Jones novels is better than the one before, so I’m pretty proud of where my work is on THE WRONG KIND.

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AUTHOR BIO:


Austin S. Camacho is the author of seven novels about Washington DC-based private eye Hannibal Jones, five in the Stark and O’Brien international adventure-thriller series, and the detective novel, Beyond Blue. His short stories have been featured in several anthologies including Dying in a Winter Wonderland – an Independent Mystery Booksellers Association Top Ten Bestseller for 2008. He is featured in the Edgar nominated African American Mystery Writers: A Historical and Thematic Study by Frankie Y. Bailey. Camacho is also editorial director for Intrigue Publishing, a Maryland small press.

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ascamacho@hotmail.com

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GIVEAWAY INFO:

Austin will be awarding a $25 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.


**This post contains affiliate links and if clicked and a purchase is made, I may receive a small commission to help support this blog.  This does not cost you anything, it just helps pay for all those awesome giveaways on here.**

This contest is sponsored by a third party. Fabulous and Brunette is a registered host of Goddess Fish Promotions.  Prizes are given away by the sponsors and not Fabulous and Brunette. The featured author and Goddess Fish Promotions are solely responsible for the giveaway prize.