Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Who Doesn't Love a Cover Reveal? --Coming July 2017--

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The Hunting Town
Elizabeth Stephens

Drugs, cartels, the mafia. Pain, greed, and revenge. When an unexpected murder brings the Russian mob down on their heads, five brothers brought together by the foster system will have to forge a bond deeper than blood if they want to stay alive, defend their town, and protect the women they love. 


Plumeria had never thought herself a destroyer of lives, until she brought destruction onto the lives of five brothers.

Drugs, cartels, the mafia. Pain, greed, and revenge. These are what Plumeria brought with her when she took a new job tending bar in the fighting pits outside of town – fighting pits owned by the Brothers. Brought together by the foster system, Knox wouldn't have put anything before his other brothers – not even his own life – until he met Mer. But when her life is put at risk, he intervenes, dragging all of his brothers with him into her world.

Dixon wants Mer gone. She's the daughter of a Mexican drug lord who's got a partner in the Russian mob. Both are dead after his brother, Knox, saved her from a life of bondage and now both the Mexican cartel and the Russian mafia are after them all. Dixon can't afford to be distracted – least of all by Sara, a single mom who wanders into the strip joint he owns, desperate for a job – but when the Russians use her as leverage, she'll be the one Dixon has to answer to.

With new alliances built while others are broken, it will take more than a survival instinct to survive The Hunting Town: the town of mischief, mayhem, and murder.

--Available July 16th-- Preorder Your Copy at These Locations

About Elizabeth

Elizabeth Stephens is an author of romance, science fiction, fantasy, and horror. While she has been writing since the age of 11, the Population series constitute her first published works. Aside from her writing career, she is also a communications consultant for public and private sector clients across Africa. She currently works for the United Nations in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia but has previously lived and/or worked in Tunisia, Ghana, South Africa, Lebanon, Egypt, Indonesia, Senegal, Morocco, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, France and the US. Her hobbies include ceramics, drawing, watching horror movies, and being lazy - aside from the obvious: traveling and writing.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

New Release by Raven Williams

***New Release***

The Beast & The Sleeping Prince


A long time ago, in a kingdom far, far away, a young prince is born.  When his parents choose not to invite the Ruler of a nearby kingdom to the celebration of the prince's birth, he crashes the party and curses the child; a curse which will bring about his death on his eighteenth birthday.

Luckily for the princely babe and his parents, the Faery Queen had yet to bestow her gift upon the child.  Using her magic, she changes the curse from death to a long sleep.

In the meantime, in the Sorcerer's own realm, a girl is born to a peasant couple.  When they cannot meet their tax burden, the Sorcerer King claims the babe as his own, declaring she will become his bride on her eighteenth birthday or be doomed to walk the land as a beast.

Join James as he, once again, uses magic to twist two of his favorite books, Sleeping Beauty and Beauty and the Beast, into one story, The Beast & the Sleeping Prince.  Will love and honor prevail or will evil sorcery rule the day?

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Author Bio

A prolific writer, Raven began her career in 2010, first with a blog, next with non-fiction, then finally moving to fiction in 2014, when she began Elven-Jumper, the first book in the Realm Jumper Chronicles.  Now, she has eleven stories published in that epic fantasy series with more planned, as well as two stories in a new mashup series, Raven’s Twisted Classics, and two novelettes in her new dark paranormal series, Witch Hunter’s Society.
When Raven is not writing, she is creating art in the form of fractal designs and abstract paintings.  She is also a caregiver for a disabled family member and two cats.  She currently resides in the Northwest Florida Panhandle, but the Pacific Northwest is the home of her heart.  She hopes to return there one day.