Friday, July 18, 2014

Tortured Souls Blog Tour Schedule & Giveaway


Just a few weeks until the Tortured Souls Blog Tour! If you didn't get on this tour and are interested in reviewing Tortured Souls, you have two options.


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Official Blog Tour Schedule August 4-22

August 4
Shattering Worlds http://shattering-words.blogspot.ro/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Top 10, Playlist
For the Love of Books http://ftlobblog.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review
Bound 2 Escape http://www.bound2escape.com – Spotlight/Excerpt
Itching for Books http://www.itchingforbooks.com – Review
Books Authors Blogs http://therightbook4u.blogspot.com/ – Character Bios
Captivated Reading http://www.captivatedreadingreviews.com – Spotlight/Excerpt/Guest Post
A Book Lover's Retreat http://www.abookloversretreat.com – Spotlight/Excerpt. Guest Post
Coffee Books & Art http://sarityahalomi.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Interview, Playlist
Shooting Stars Reviews http://shootingstarsreviews.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt
V's Reads http://vsreads.com – Review

August 5
I Am A Reader http://iamareader.com – Guest Post, Playlist
Becky's Barmy Book Blog http://beckysbarmybookblog.blogspot.co.uk -Spotlight/Excerpt, Top 10
Jess Time to Read http://jesstimetoread.blogspot.com – Character Bios
Pink Fluffy Hearts http://pinkfluffyhearts.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Playlist
Loves All Things Books http://lovesallthingsbooks.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Character Bios
Marked by Books www.markedbybooks.blogspot.com – Review, Playlist

August 6
Girl's With Books http://girlswithbook.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt
Fantasy Book Chick http://fantasybookchick.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Top 10
Abookdoration www.abookdoration.blogspot.com – Review
Imagine a World http://www.thegoldenruleof666.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review
Gimme the Scoop Reviews http://gimmethescoopreviews.blogspot.com/ – Guest Post, Top 10, Playlist

August 7
Christine Amsden http://www.christineamsden.com – Character Bios or Character Interview
Write Away Bliss http://writeawaybliss.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Character Bios
The Story Goes http://www.the-story-goes.com/?m=1 – Review, Playlist
Bookcrastinators www.bookcrastinators.com – Spotlight/Excerpt
Bookworm for Kids http://www.bookwormforkids.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review
We Do Write http://we-do-write.blogspot.com/ – Author Interview
Tich Brewster http://tichbrewster.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Playlist
Fundinmental http://www.fundinmental.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Top 10

August 8
Strand of Thought http://kaistrand.blogspot.com/ – Character Interview
Chelsea's Reading Adventures http://chelseasreadingadventures.blogspot.com/ – Review, Character Interview, Playlist
Team Nerd Reviews http://teamnerdreviews.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review, Guest Post
The Bookworm Corner http://thebookwormcornerr.blogspot.com/ – Review, Author Interview
Book Briefs http://bookbriefs.net – Review, Top 10
6 Feet Under Books http://6feetunderbooks.wordpress.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review

August 9 -Sat
Fang-tastic Books http://www.fang-tasticbooks.blogspot.com – Character Interview, Char Top 10
Part of that World http://skizzles22hu.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review

August 10 –Sun
Book Hostage http://bookhostage.wordpress.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt

August 11
Paranormal Romance Fans for Life http://paranormalromancefanforlife.blogspot.com/– Spotlight/Excerpt, Playlist
The Book Bag http://susan-thebookbag.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Guest Post
The Cover Contessa http://www.thecovercontessa.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt
Falling for YA http://www.fallingforya.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Top 10, Playlist
Whatever You Can Still Betray whateveryoucanstillbetray.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Top 10

August 12
From the Shadows http://www.fromtheshadows.info/ – Guest Post
Sasha Hibbs http://sashahibbs.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review
The Rest is Still Unwritten http://rachybee-the-rest-is-still-unwritten.blogspot.com.au/ – Review
United Indie Book Blog unitedindiebookblog.weebly.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review

August 13
The Rest is Still Unwritten http://rachybee-the-rest-is-still-unwritten.blogspot.com.au/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Character Bios, Top 10, Playlist
My Midnight Fantasies http://mymidnightfantasies.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt
Urban Fantasy Investigations http://urbanfantasyinvestigations.blogspot.com/ – Guest Post
Blissful Book Reviews http://blissfulbookreviews.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review, Guest Post, Top 10

August 14
Sunshine Book Promos http://sunshinebookpromos.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Character Bios
Book Talk Reviews http://www.michelle808205.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Character Bios
Mom With a Kindle http://momwithakindle.blogspot.com  – Spotlight/Excerpt
Sweets Books http://sweetsbooks.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Author/Character Interview

August 15
Stressed Rach http://StressedRach.co.uk – Review
Bookworm Lisa http://lisaisabookworm.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt
A Thousand Words, a Million Books http://athousandwordsamillionbooks.blogspot.in – Review, Character Interview
Worth Reading It? http://worthreadingit.blogspot.com/ – Review

August 16 –Sat
Mad Hatter Reads http://madhatterreads.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Top 10

August 17 –Sun
Am a Book Lover Blogger http://amabookloverblog.wordpress.com/ – Review

August 18
Jillian's Books http://jilliansbooks.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review, Guest Post
Bookish Outsider http://bookishoutsider.blogspot.com/ – Review
Sapphyria's Book Reviews http://saphsbookblog.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Character Bios
Emeraldfire's Bookmark http://rubyandthetwins.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review
I Read it and Wept http://ireaditandwept.wordpress.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review

August 19
Twin Spin http://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/ – Review, Character Bios
Books and Books http://booksandbooksreviews.blogspot.co.uk – Review, Playlist
Megan Likes Books http://megantalksbooks.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt
NaYa Books & More http://nayabooks.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Character Bios, Guest Post

August 20
Booky Ramblings http://bookyramblingsofaneuroticmom.blogspot.co.uk/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Character Bios, Guest Post
Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock http://www.pratr.wordpress.com – Review
Wanderteen's Reviews http://wanderteen.wordpress.com/ – Review, Playlist
Deal Sharing Aunt www.dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt
Enchanted by YA http://enchantedbyya.blogspot.co.uk/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review, Author Interview

August 21
The Phantom Paragrapher www.thephantomparagrapher.blogspot.com – Review
Doodles, Doodles Everywhere http://gopaintbrush.blogspot.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt
Ali's Books http://alisbooks.wordpress.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review
Fictional Reality http://livinginafictionalreality.blogspot.com/ – Review, Character Bios, Playlist
Endless Reading http://www.endlessreading.wordpress.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Playlist
Simplistic Reviews http://simplisticreviews.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review, Playlist
Happy Tails and Tales http://magluvsya03.wordpress.com/ – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review

August 22
CBY Bookclub http://cbybookclub.blogspot.com/ – Character Bios
Goth Girl Gabs http://www.gothgirlgabs.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review, Character Bios
Ohana Reads http://ohanareads.blogspot.com – Review
Amethyst Daydreams www.amethystdaydreams.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Playlist
Musings of Immortals http://readers2212.blogspot.in/ – Review
A Leisure Moment http://www.aleisuremoment.com – Review, Author Interview
Nay’s Pink Bookshelf http://nayspinkbookshelf.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review, Author Interview
A Girl With a Pen victoriazumbrumsreviews.blogspot.com – Spotlight/Excerpt, Review, Guest Post

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Release Blast: Raven Falling by Misti Murphy - Excerpt & Trailer

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covergifTitle: Raven Falling
Series: Shadows and Light #1
Author: Misti Murphy
Audience: Adult
Genre: Paranormal Fiction
Formats: E-Book
Publisher: Misti Murphy
Cover by: Yocla Design
Date Published: 17 July 2014
 
 
 








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Raven Mackenzie has a normal life, a great job in finances and a never-ending closet. At the end of a hard day the only thing she wants is to spend time with her best friend Luke, her constant companion since they were teenagers.

Ash is an Angel of Death and for thousands of years he’s been taking souls to the other side. Now he faces his toughest mission. He made a promise to Raven’s father, a promise he intends to keep. He must help Raven survive no matter what the cost. Even if it means taking her into a world he hates.
When Raven meets Ash, her normal life is rocked to its core. No longer a human but an Angel of death, she is given a choice. She must decide between eternal torment and murder.
As Raven’s world crumbles around her, she finds herself torn between the decision she must make, her past, and the future she wants.

Will Raven be able to make the right choice before time runs out?

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excerpt

RAVEN STOOD in the middle of Ash’s living room. It was not what she had expected. The furnishings were sparse, and thick with dust. Nothing about the place spoke of the man in front of her. His intensity, and his impeccable taste, obvious by the clothes he wore should have been noticeable in his belongings. Instead, his house looked like it should be tore down, and the way he fidgeted, shuffling his weight from one foot to the other made her think he wanted to be anywhere but here.
In the kitchen, he put the kettle on to boil and pulled a chipped blue mug from a cupboard, plunking a tea bag into it. “I hope you don’t mind it black.”
The room seemed to grow smaller with every moment she watched him, his agitation rubbing off on her. The air was thick with dust and she coughed, wondering if it would be rude of her to leave so soon. Her gut twisted, now he was not paying any attention to her, she couldn’t shake the feeling something was wrong.
He pushed the mug, the string of the tea bag still hanging down the side, in front of her and she took the warm cup. Sipping her tea, she followed him into the living room, noting the fading yellow paint, and threadbare carpet, full of waxy-edged burn marks. Abandoned, she thought, was the feeling she got from the house.
The night was not turning out the way she had wanted it to. He flung himself down into the armchair and waved for her to sit. She looked at the couch, and hoped her tetanus shots were up-to-date. It sagged heavily in the middle and she was sure she could see the end of one of the springs poking out of the worn upholstery.
She wanted to go back to when the night had promised kissing, when she had been excited to be going home with this good-looking stranger.
Together they sat in silence, the clock ticking quietly in the background. She waited impatiently. The longer she waited the more frustrated she got. Her nerves frayed with how weird the situation was, but she could not bring herself to leave. He had not made a move to speak, or to look in her direction, as if he had forgotten she was there.
He watched her as she shifted in her seat, unable to get comfortable. The hardness of the worn-out couch was causing her butt to go numb. Having sobered up considerably and the warmth of the tea having dissipated, she stood up to leave. There was no point in continuing this night and her bed called in a soft and inviting voice.
His voice sliced through her. “This is more difficult than I thought it would be. I have to tell you something important and I need you to listen.”
“What?” She gaped at him, as she slid back on to the couch. What could he possibly have to say that she needed to hear?
A shiver swept up her spine and she tried, unsuccessfully, to shake it off. She didn’t go home with random guys, no matter how handsome they were, or how good they smelled, and now he wanted to tell her something. Her heart was beating hard with the sense of danger, but she was stubborn too, and she would stay until she knew what she needed to know, whatever it was.
She had trusted him enough to leave the club with him, so she could give him the benefit of the doubt. She jostled her legs as she considered whether she might need to run away. Having run track all through high school, she knew she was fast, and hoped with a head start she would be able to outrun his long legs. She stared at the door for a moment and then gave him her full attention, not wanting him to realize what she was thinking. He rubbed his hands through his glossy black hair, making it look even more styled than it already was.
“I don’t know how to start this…,” he said, looking around the room, at anything but her. “I’m just going to have to tell you and hope you will not be too difficult to persuade.”
She didn’t know if he was trying to frighten her, but every word added to the uncertainty of the situation, and had her struggling to keep her eyes from the door. She wished for the second time that night she had chosen to wear ballet flats instead of heels. She was slowly deciding heels were not a girl’s best friend.
He sat forward, knotting his fingers under his chin and resting his elbows on his knees, looking her over as if she were an exotic specimen under a magnifying glass. “I don’t want to scare you, but I can’t see how I am going to tell you this without you freaking out.”
“Just tell me!”
“I’ve been sent to…mentor you through your testing.”
She had no idea what he was talking about, but he was right, she was freaking out. His eyes told her he was worried about her reaction, but his words were having that exact effect. “I don’t know what you’re talking about.”
“I have no choice… You have no choice. I was sent to watch you until… It’s time Raven. You are one of the chosen, one of ours and now it’s time.”
What the hell was happening? She felt like she was on the verge of a breakdown. Somewhere between dancing with Tarra, and now, her mind had simply vanished. She needed the full story, and she was no longer willing to wait to hear it.
However, he continued to circle his point.
“Your father was my friend. I promised him that when it was time, I would be there to help you.”
She did not understand why he would bring her father into it. He could not possibly have known her father, Sam. He had died fifteen years ago, and she had never seen Ash before tonight.
She had at first glance assumed he was not much older than she was, and on second glance she would not place his age over thirty-five. Even if he did have a full nine years on her, she didn’t really think he would have been the type of person her father would have known.
She stood up, her hands automatically going to her hips. It was a stance that had gotten her through many difficult situations. “Whatever you are trying to tell me, you need to tell me now. I am two seconds away from walking out the door.”
“Right.” He stood too, towering above her, causing her to step back. “Let me get straight to the point then. It is my job to know who you are, to protect you, and to help you survive. Your father was an amazing man. He was a very gentle man but he had a hard job, one that I am afraid you will inherit in a very short time, and I promised him I would prepare you for it. Your father was an angel. He and I, we are of the same line. We are Takers of Souls.”
“Takers of Souls?” The concept was familiar and she searched her memory. “Angels of Death? Shouldn’t there be only one?”
She couldn’t begin to process his far-fetched story, but the fact he thought he was an angel of death scuttled her nerves. She could see it in his eyes, in the way he talked that he truly believed what he was telling her. Oh, God, was she going to die tonight?
What if he was stuck in his own fantasy world? How could he know enough about her to get her here, alone, in such a dangerous situation? Could he have been watching her, following her and had she simply not noticed? She tried to remember if she had seen him before, but she knew she would have remembered him. Anyone who saw him would have to notice him.
Her legs jiggled with adrenaline. Despite wanting to run, she felt compelled to listen to him, to stay and hear him out.
Every word he said sounded like the truth. It was only her brain, which kept her from believing, from falling under his spell. Her brain was a logical thing and would require proof. Something she was sure he would be unable to provide. She glanced at the door for the millionth time.
“Your father is dying, Raven, and even though he fell many years ago, his role has not been replaced. When he passes, that role will be yours. You are being called to serve.”
“Wait! What do you mean my father is dying?” Raven could not believe what she was hearing. Her father had died. She had been at his funeral; it was the last time she had gotten to say good-bye to the man who had meant so much to her.
She could still remember that day clearly. She had held her mother’s hand as they entered the church. Inside she could hear the voices of the many people who had come to say good-bye to her father. His coffin had been at the front of the room, and they had had to walk past the rows of pews to where her father’s body rested. Her mother had been broken as they stood beside the coffin saying their final good-byes; she had squeezed her mother’s hand, holding on as she watched her mother’s tears trailing silently down the woman’s cheeks.
She had wanted to comfort her mother, but didn’t know how to reach out to the woman who had shut down completely on hearing the news of her beloved husband’s death. They had stood silently hand in hand for a long time, staring at the man laid out in a black suit.
She had wondered why her father had been in a suit, and not in his customary uniform of denim and a T-shirt. It was the only time she could remember seeing him in a suit and it had looked so wrong on him. His skin had been pale, tinged blue and his eyes closed, and she hoped that he was only sleeping, although she knew, that he would never wake up. She had leaned closer and whispered to him, “Don’t leave me, Daddy.”
The tears had flowed freely then, dashing a mad race down her cheeks, as her mother pulled her quickly to the front pew where they sat silently side-by-side for the rest of the funeral. She hadn’t gone to the cemetery, although she had wanted to. Her mother had sent her home to prepare for the visitors that would arrive shortly after they lowered her father into the ground.
“My father died a long time ago,” she said.
“No. He didn’t.” His voice was quiet, and sliced through her like steel. Raven stopped and turned.
“Yes…” He had her questioning herself. “… he did.”
“Your father is an angel. Angels are immortal beings, and as such, he cannot die. However, to hide himself and you from us, he has had to siphon off his immortality, now he is getting weak and they will find both of you.” He was coming toward her, his hands moving rapidly as he talked.
“Them? Do you mean God?”
“No! I mean them!” He hissed, rolling his eyes heavenwards. “The Shadows. God is for humans—those that don’t know any better.”
“So my father is not dead?”
“Yes.”
“You’re lying. Why are you lying to me?” she snapped and took a step toward him, her hands balled in fists at her sides.
She did not want to believe him anymore than she wanted to go through the pain of losing her father a second time, adding to it the misery of finding out he had abandoned her all those years ago.
“Unfortunately, Raven, that’s not your choice to make. You are required for service. It’s time to face your past and your future.” He was stalking her across the room and she took another step back, the back of her knees hitting against the coffee table. There was nowhere for her to go.
“Why? Why should I?” She did not know why she kept having this conversation with him.
“Because you are the only heir your father had. As our leader, he must be replaced by his own bloodline, and when he dies that role will be assigned to you. You don’t get a choice in whether you accept it, only whether you survive it.”
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about the author
imageMisti Murphy has lived in a fantasy world most of her life. She is away with the faeries, the angels, vampires, shifters and dragons.
Misti writes to give voice to her imaginary friends, who want a real life on paper, where they can be free to be themselves.
When she's not writing, she is almost always reading anything she can get her hands on. She reads word like they are chocolate, and must be devoured in one sitting.
She can often be found multi-tasking effortlessly while reading a book and spending time with her husband, four children and two dogs.
She loves chocolate as much as she loves reading, and enjoys baking desserts that result in diabetic comas. In her downtime she procaffinates with friends and stalks Facebook.


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Release Blast Schedule - Three Day Release Blast for Raven Falling by Misti Murphy from July 17 to July 19, 2014
July 17
A One-click Addict's Book Blog - http://aone-clickaddictsbookblog.blogspot.com/
G the Book Diva - http://www.gthebookdiva.com
Kimber Leigh Writes - http://www.kimberleighwheaton.com
Broadway Girl Book Reviews - http://broadwaygirlbookreviews.blogspot.com
Sassy Southern Book Blog - http://sassysouthernbookblog.blogspot.com/
Bound 2 Escape - http://www.bound2escape.com
Coffee Books & Art - http://sarityahalomi.blogspot.com/
Books, Brownies and Barkers - http://booksnbrownies.com
For The Love of Books - http://ftlobblog.blogspot.com/
Beautifully Broken Book Blog - http://beautifullybrokenbookblog.blogspot.com
Fiction Dreams - http://www.fictiondreams.com
July 18
Pretty Girls Read Books - http://opinionatedperson.wordpress.com
Our New Generation for Reading - http://jessica13bridgers.blogspot.com/
Angee's After Thoughts - http://www.angeesafterthoughts.com
Blushing Divas Book Reviews - http://www.blushingdivasbookreviews.com
Portals to new Worlds - http://authorkarenswart.blogspot.com
July 19
Books, Authors, Blogs - http://therightbook4u.blogspot.com
iHeart Books by MiLo18 - https://iHeartBooksbyMiLo18.blogspot.com
Bound 2 Escape - http://www.bound2escape.com
Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom - http://bookyramblingsofaneuroticmom.blogspot.co.uk/

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Blog Tour: The Star Catcher by Stephanie Keyes - Top Ten & Giveaway




About the Book


The Star Catcher by Stephanie Keyes
Release Date: Novermber 10th, 2013 | Pages: 375 | Publisher: Inkspell Publishing

Magick and destiny intertwine as he fights to save his kingdom and the goddess he loves.

Her kiss…the feel of her skin…the beat of her heart…For seventeen-year-old Kellen St. James, each memory is marred by a single sentence on a lone strip of paper.
Cali has been taken…

Armed with an amulet that channels the ultimate power of Faerie, Kellen searches for his love. However, control of the amulet’s energy comes with a price, and Kellen soon learns that Cali’s captor has plans for the stone. With the threat of the Star Catcher’s evil looming above Kellen and his kingdom, he’ll have to free the Heart of Faerie and break the curse the binds the Children of Danu to the darkness. But before that, he has to find his real father, the king. No pressure, right?

Kellen and Cali will battle bewitched armies and unknown foes as they fight to stay together. Will Kellen embrace his immortal destiny? Or will his world, and the man he is fated to become, be destroyed by The Star Catcher?


Stephanie Keyes has once again delivered the goods…”—JB Johnston, Review, Brook Cottage Books

“The Star Catcher is everything you would want in a final book in a trilogy.”—Jackie Jackson, The Book Maven


Top Ten List:

The top ten things to bring with you to a battle with Faeries, Ghosts, and the embodiment of all the negative energy in the world (aka The Scourge) by Kellen St. James from The Star Catcher

10.     The Power of Telepathy. Very useful for communicating with your best friend if you’re inches away from opening a door that could suck you into the pits of hell.
9.    A Psychic. It’s always good to have a psychic around for helpful premonitions related to nasty things, like your arrival or imminent death.
8.    Shifter Friends. Having friends who can shift into things like birds and really fast animals can be super-helpful if you have to get somewhere in a hurry.
7.    Teleportation Capabilities. When it comes down to it, who really wants to deal with baggage claim. Teleporting around the world is much faster.
6.    Knowledge of Faerie Lore. It’s important to know the do’s and don’ts when sneaking around Faerie. For example—don’t eat any of their food. It’s usually something really nasty and honestly, it’ll trap you there forever. Also, some of them are ugly. You’re better of keeping any observations to yourself. Trust me.
5.    Invisibility. Yeah, you definitely need to be able to eavesdrop on some of the higher-ups.
4.    A Good Understanding of Faerie Dimensions. So if you don’t know that there are seven dimensions in Faerie, Discovery, Inquisition, Knowledge, Contentment, Transition, um, Desolation, and one more that no one speaks of, you’re screwed. Lucky for you I just told you.
3.    Snickers Bars. Just because.
2.    Someone Who’s Got Your Back. For me, that’s Cali, Gabe, Singer, and Rowan. But there are also more and once the truth comes out about who I really am, they’ll be a whole army behind me. Can’t be that.
1.    An amulet that controls the entire universe. Just saying. It’s not exactly a bad thing to have.

About the Author

Stephanie Keyes grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and spent years traveling and working as a Corporate Trainer before she made the decision to pen her first novel. As a teen, her family always accused her of having an “overactive imagination.” Now, she’s encouraged to keep her head in the clouds and share her world with readers.

Keyes is the author of the YA Fantasy series, The Star Child, which currently includes The Star Child, After Faerie, The Fallen Stars, and The Star Catcher, all from by Inkspell Publishing. The Fallen Stars was a 2013 semi-finalist in the Kindle Book Awards. The Star Child has topped the Amazon best-seller list several times since its 2012 release. Steph writes YA novels because she’s a hopeless romantic who lives to believe that Magick truly does exist. She is hard at work on a new YA novel.

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