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Elizabeth Isaacs is another indie author of a beautiful story, The Light of Asteria. A book-review blogger recommended it to me and I finished reading it about a month or so ago. I found myself drawn into the gorgeous scenery, the engaging characters and the interesting and unique plot line. Beth has created a new mythology and another world that exists in tandem with our own – that’s the best way I can put it without spoiling anything, anyway. I think it’s fair to say that if you like Promise and Purpose, you’ll like The Light of Asteria. It’s YA, … Continue reading


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Tonight is the Purpose Release Twitter Party (8 p.m. EST), celebrating the book’s official release date tomorrow! I can’t wait! I’ve had a lot of people ask me about how to do this Twitter thing…or, if they’re at least familiar with Twitter, how to do a Twitter Party. So here’s a down-and-dirty tutorial. First, I found a great site that’s all about Twitter parties and how to participate or host one. Here’ the link for the Beginner’s Guide for Participating in a Twitter Party. Second, I recommend using Tweet Grid for a party. I’ve never actually used it for a … Continue reading


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Wow! All kinds of partying going on! For the Purpose Virtual Release Party, yesterday I introduced indie author Michelle Gregory and her book Eldala, which she’s getting ready to re-release. We also gave some fun stuff away on Twitter. For the blog tour, I stopped by Eisley’s Ellipses for an interview, and A Gypsy Writer, with a guest post about the fantasy genre. If you didn’t see them, I hope you’ll go check them out. And if you’d like, don’t forget to follow those fantabulous writers. Today, Extreme Reader Book Reviews posted a review of Purpose – and it rocks! … Continue reading


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