I have a treat for you today. Mara Valderran's is revealing the cover of her newest work, Heir's Of War.
Heirs of War is a New Adult Fantasy
Seventeen-year-old Zelene doesn't believe in magic or prophecies. When she's
told she is part of the prophecy foretelling five powerful girls bringing peace
to the war-torn worlds, she scoffs. The idea of other dimensions layered on top
of the world she lives in is almost as ludicrous as the idea that she might be
able to save them. After she is attacked by magic-wielding assassins, she finds
she can't argue with reality.
As their enemies strike, the girls are taken back to their world and discover
the ties binding them together. Rhaya has always had an uncanny knack for
reading people, but can’t seem to unravel the mystery tying her to Isauria, the
new friend she bonded with instantly. For years, Isauria has been dreaming of
Terrena, a girl living her life on the run in a magical world ripped apart by
the tragedies of war, completely unaware that she is psychically linked to the
world she was born in.
Zelene views them all with a distrustful eye, familial bonds or no, and can
think of a place or two she’d like to shove the crown she supposedly inherited.
When she learns that her long-lost twin Ariana has been captured by the rebels,
Zelene’s attitude changes. She doesn’t know how she is supposed to go against
an army of magic-wielding rebels when her own ability to manipulate the
elements is still locked within her. But can she trust the elders to rescue
Ariana when it seems their medieval politics are what brought about the war in
the first place? With all that is at stake, the answer becomes clear to Zelene.
Mara Valderran has
been coming up with stories pretty almost since she could talk, often
commandeering her brother's G.I. Joes to play out her fictional tales alongside
her Barbies. Once she hit adolescence and realized playing with dolls wasn't
cool anymore, she started putting her ideas to paper. And she hasn’t stopped
Mara is more than just a madwoman with a writing box. She lives in the south with
her husband and demanding cat. She hopes to one day meet Daniel Jackson from
SG1, or at least the actor who played him. When she’s not writing, you can find
her reading, playing video games, or spending time at her favorite local coffee
Today I am happy to unveil the cover of Nicole Dunlap's soon to be released Miss Perfect, the third book in the Shaw Family Saga.
Miss Perfect: Shaw Family Saga, Book 3
Their desire for perfection will be…
Charlene Shaw embodies perfection as a
highly-acclaimed actress. Within her gilded walls of beauty, she is scrambling
to save her daughter, Raven, from sins she can’t even fathom. This is her self-imposed curse for
abandoning Raven as a child.
Shaw is captivatingly gorgeous but burdened by a closet of skeletons. After a
rough childhood, she is finally living life. Jon, her best friend and the only
man she’s ever loved, has returned. Yet, a stalker looms just out of reach, blackmailing her for Jon’s fortune.
She’d do anything to
keep this man–even if it means turning to another… Mysterious, handsome Tyriq may have the
key to erase her deepest, darkest secrets forever. Yet, this savior might
threaten her mind’s rationale of “happily ever after” with Jon.
this intense third installment of the Shaw Family Saga there will be blood, murder,
and a beloved …will be shattered.
3.Wait till September 12, book launch day.
Winner will be contacted through Goodreads within seven days. Good luck!
Nicole Dunlap holds a Bachelors Degree in
Psychology and Child Development, and a Masters Degree in Educational
Counseling from Azusa Pacific University–mantra Jesus first. She counsels in
the inner city of San Bernardino; motivating teens dealing with depression,
pregnancy, gang membership and abuse. She has been self dubbed the “gumbo
genre” novelist, because books shouldn’t be lightly seasoned… Her stories
revolve around family and relationships, women’s issues, drizzled with drama,
peppered with suspense, and finished off with aromatic notes of romance. The
Shaw Family Saga pays homage to dysfunctional mother-daughter relationships,
with well developed characters that readers can root for; love them, hate them,
cry for, and most of all, yearn to flip through the pages to the end of that