Cover Reveal: ‘The Highlander’s Forbidden Bride’ by Madison Faye

 

Title: The Highlander’s Forbidden Bride
Series: Kilts & Kisses #5
Author: Madison Faye
Genre: Wildly historically inaccurate
Highlander historical romance
Cover Design: Coverlüv
Photo: Wander Aguiar
Release Date: June 10, 2019

 

Blurb

Being arranged to marry a Highlander lord is hardly uncommon.

But when he happens to be gorgeous, powerful, dominant, and your best friend’s dad?

Well, that’s another story…

Lachlan McDougall is a lot of things: powerful, ruggedly handsome Highlander Lord, fierce ex-soldier, my soon-to-be-husband

…And my best friend’s dad.

I grew up in their castle, under his eye. But secretly, I’ve wanted him since before I even knew what the word meant. On the surface, I’m marrying him for political reasons: to stop a war and save his lands.

On the inside, though, binding myself to Lachlan McDougall is a fantasy I’ve dreamt a thousand times.

I know this is wrong, and a sin. But once I lose myself in those dark, piercing eyes, and once I feel his big, powerful hands on me, and once I taste those beautiful lips?

…Well, it turns out, I might not be the only one with a forbidden little secret.

In two days, I’ll be married to a man who I’ve married a hundred times, in my head. The man who’s taken me to bed ten times that number in my dreams.

Twice my age, a scandal waiting to happen, and my best friend’s father.

…I’m in so much trouble.

 

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Author Bio

USA Today and #1 bestselling contemporary romance author Madison Faye is the dirty alter ego of the very wholesome, very normal suburban housewife behind the stories. While she might be a wife, mom, and PTA organizer on the outside, there’s nothing but hot, steamy, and raunchy fantasies brewing right beneath the surface!

Tired of keeping them hidden inside or only having them come out in the bedroom, they’re all here in the form of some wickedly hot stories. Single-minded alpha hero, sinfully taboo relationships, and wildly over-the-top scenarios. If you love it extra dirty, extra hot, and extra naughty, this is the place for you! (Just don’t tell the other PTA members you saw her here…)

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Author Interview: ‘Catching Hell Part Two: Destination’ by Marc Watson

About the Book:

The second part of this epic duology! A critical blow has been dealt to the robotic Army of the Old, but at a great price. Broken and weary, best friends Johan and Aryu have been separated while chasing forces from the distant past that they both fear.

Aryu, the man with wings, pursues the enemy while he slowly slips into the enticing magic and mystery of the Power, led by the great phoenix Nixon Ash.

Johan stands on the steps of Bankoor, a futuristic city full of wonder and mistrust. Here he must make his stand to avenge his destroyed home and find his friend.

As the gap between the brave warriors closes, the worlds of technology and magic will clash!

 

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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

Gladly! My name is Marc Watson, and I’m a science fiction / fantasy author from Calgary Alberta, Canada. I’ve been a “serious” writer for almost three years, and had been an active personal writer (as in only writing for myself and my own enjoyment) ever since I was 15 years old. I’m a happily married man with two wonderful, active young boys.

I was always the creative type, and I wrote extensively for my own amusement throughout my teens. I always wanted to write stories influenced by the pop culture I was absorbing at the time, but through my own lens. Three years ago I decided to really make a go of it, and three published books later, here I am.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

Absolutely. I have very little personal time to write since I’m usually working or on Daddy duty, so I love writing at my desk at work during my lunch break. I’ve never been able to write in silence or at night or in my own little dedicated nook of some kind. I need activity around me.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

They come from all sorts or a-typical writer places. Some are inspired by real life events that take on a life of their own in my imagination, whereas others are just my imagination running wild after I watch or read something really inspirational.

I’m also a fairly adept lucid dreamer, and anything I need to flesh out a bit more without the burdens of reality usually get thrown in there as I sleep and I see how it makes me feel.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

All I’ll say is that I have a destination (book plug!) when I start writing. My debut novel Death Dresses Poorly was only supposed to be a novella, and it ended up taking on a life of its own.

Catching Hell, which was originally one book instead of a duology, was originally a 250k-word story. I just wrote until I got to where I wanted to go and it got a little carried away. After edits and splitting the story to something more palatable, it became what it is today.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

I primarily write science fantasy (a blend of science fiction and fantasy), so I like mixing robots and technology with my magic. I’ve been known to branch out (my debut was an urban fantasy / black comedy) but I never stray far from those breeds of genre fiction.

As for what drew me to them, it would likely be the freedom of the genre. I can create any world or rules that I want to, with a minimum of research or boundaries. I can just let my brain go, and then I just need to stay within whatever loose framework of rules I’ve given the world I’m writing.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

Hmm. I think I want to dodge this a bit, in that I never really wanted to imprint my idea of who the two main protagonists were as I wrote them. I know what they look like, but it’s really a reader who gives them form.

I will say that I have an idea for the two secondary characters for sure. The phoenix warrior Nixon Ash is certainly Gerard Butler, being just as strong, aloof and absurdly Scottish as he can possibly be.

Crystal Kokuou would be someone like Emma Stone. Playful and mischievous, but with a hint of someone with a massive amount of underlying power and gravitas.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors?

As much as Stephen King would cringe, I don’t read very much at all right now. As I mentioned, I’m a busy guy, and if I have time to read, then I likely have time to be doing something more important. I have kids to get to school or hockey or just goof off with, a wife I don’t see often to spend time with, or a sport to play or hike to go on. Also, writing! If I can read, then why can’t I write instead?

Not to say I don’t read at all. I just really need to commit to it. I love the Lightbringer series by Brent Weeks, Terry Brooks is finishing off his longstanding Shannara series soon, and I’ve read all of those so I’m sure I’ll finish them off as well. Otherwise, I’d rather be outside or playing whatever video game I’ve been neglecting.

I will always give a shout out to YA author Gordon Korman, who has always been my inspiration for getting into writing. Although I don’t read his work anymore, my kids sure do, which is an experience I’ve been happy to pass on to them.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

Absolutely nothing. It’s hockey season.

9: What is your favourite book and why?

Without a doubt it’s The Shipping News by E. Annie Proulx. Not a fantasy story at all, so a bit of a surprising choice, but to anyone that’s ever read it you can see why. Just the most amazing, fleshed out, detailed, flawed characters I’ve ever experienced in any medium. The small world she created is my high bar. It’s the benchmark I strive for. Also, it won a Pulitzer, so it has the hardware to back up the praise.

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

The most earnest thing I tell any potential writer is to always write at your own pace. I have a serious distaste for things like daily writing challenges and events like NaNoWriMo and its ilk. If you can only write a few words a day, then write them, and make them the best possible words you can. Or if you feel like letting your fingers fly and smashing out an epic in a month, do it. If you have to force yourself to write something, is it really worth writing, or in my case, reading? Maybe, but well thought out words always come across better.

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?  

People can find me on Twitter where I’ve quite active (@writewatson) as well as Instagram (@writewatson) and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/marcwroteabook. I also have my website at www.marcwatson.ca, which I do my best to keep up to date personally, as well as a few blog posts and updates you won’t find anywhere else.

 

About the Author:

Hello, I’m Marc Watson, and I write stuff. I’m an author of genre fiction (primarily Fantasy and Science Fiction of all lengths). I began writing at the age of 15 with a pen and paper, and I’ve never really stopped, even though until recently it was more of a background to me than my defining trait. I have been published on flash fiction site www.101words.org, as well as comedy site www.thecorrectness.com. I’ve been a student of the excellent writing classes at Athabasca University for a number of years.

I live in Calgary, Alberta, and was spawned out of the depths of Southern Ontario. I’m a husband, proud father of two, and can be sometimes found at an actual job. I’m an avid outdoorsman, martial artist of some high repute, baseball player of very little repute, and lover of all Mexican foods. One day ‘World Famous Poutine Aficionado’ will be on my business cards.

For public appearances and interviews, I am proudly represented by Creative Edge Publicity.

 

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About the Book:

Catching Hell is the first part of a sci-fi/fantasy epic about two friends separated on their quest to avenge their destroyed home. Aryu, who has wings, and Johan have their home destroyed by a mechanical army thought extinct. Now separated, Aryu learns that he must also deal with Nixon Ash, a phoenix-man sworn to kill owners of the Shi Kaze, a weapon Aryu recently found. Meanwhile Johan and his tactical mind adventure to a distant, advanced city to find a way to defeat their enemy and reunite with his best friend.

One goes into the world of the fantastic and mystical, while the other goes to the technological. Each are worlds they were raised to fear, but now must face to defeat their common enemy.

 

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Author Interview: ‘Apollo & Me’ by Cate Montana

Loved by a forgotten god across lifetimes… what would you do?

 

About the Book:

American author Kathryn Adams has a last-minute plan: chill out on a Greek island and recover from her latest book launch. Apollo, the devastatingly handsome ancient Greek god of wisdom and light, has an agenda he’s been cooking up for over a thousand years: Come back to Earth, obtain redemption for his betrayal of Kathryn in her previous life as a Delphic temple priestess, rekindle their love and get her to join forces with him in a desperate gamble to save humanity from the evil doomsday plot of one of his fellow gods. A cross-time tale of deathless love, magic and sexual healing, Apollo & Me explodes the myths around older women and sex, the relationship between the gods and man, man and woman, and the very nature of the world itself.

 

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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you into writing?

I was raised on a farm in Virginia and horses were my life. But when I got a poem published in an equestrian magazine (I was 12 years old!) I knew writing was my real dream and life’s work. Then after college I fell into television production (long story involving a handsome DJ at a local radio station) and ended up working as an editor in network sports television traveling around the world for NBC, ABC Sports and ESPN. But eventually I quit television, took a HUGE pay cut and started work at a local newspaper in Atlanta as a cub reporter. After 20 years as a journalist writing articles for newspapers and magazines, books were the next inevitable step.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

After working in a busy newsroom, I can write anywhere. But I prefer the quiet of my own office—a room with a great view of the West Mountains of Maui and the Pacific Ocean. I always thought I was a night owl, but when I started getting serious about writing I discovered I’m a morning person. For regular work (I’m still a part-time journalist and a book editor) from 6 a.m. onwards until about two in the afternoon, I’m a maniac at the keyboard. When I’m in the throes of writing a book I just get taken over—I can be at the computer from 4 a.m. to midnight and hardly take a break. My derrière pays a price though!

3: Where do your ideas come from?

Apollo & Me is my first novel. How the idea came is going to sound weird, but it happened when I was writing a non-fiction book on deadline for Simon & Schuster. A dear friend invited me to her vacation house on the island of Paros in Greece for three months to finish writing. I’d always had a “thing” for mythology and the gods and Greece, and before I went to Paros I spent some time in Athens and on the mainland. Delphi was my main destination and after spending a day at the ruins, I took a hike up Mt. Parnassus the next morning to get away from the crowds.

I was sitting on the mountainside overlooking the Delphi temples when I had a vision. I kid you not. Out of the blue I suddenly “saw” this gorgeous hunk bounding over the rocks toward me. He walked up and sat down saying, “Hi! I’m Apollo. I have things to tell humanity. Let’s talk.”

That was it and it just blew me away. As soon as I recovered from the shock, I hiked back down the trail, got to my hotel room, grabbed my computer and started writing. I had to know what Apollo wanted to say!

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

I had zero ideas about where the book was going or what it was going to be about. Nada. The story just unfolded through me. That happens when I’m writing non-fiction as well. But with non-fiction I always start with an outline upfront. I know the points I need to make and make them while letting the magic happen, as it needs to. But Apollo? Wow. The whole thing just picked me up and carried me away. I wrote for a couple days in Athens then got to Paros and had to totally switch gears for three months. But two days after finishing The E Word: Ego, Enlightenment & Other Essentials, I got back to Apollo. I finished writing the book in South Africa on the overnight train from Johannesburg to Cape Town. It was all very intense and Ian Fleming-ish and romantic!

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

My non-fiction work is all about psychology, consciousness, spirituality and quantum physics. I kid you not. So, as you can imagine, romance is about the last genre I ever expected to be writing. But Apollo & Me came through as a love story that just swept me away. And frankly, I don’t think I can ever go back to writing non-fiction again. Will I stick with romance? I don’t know. But I’m enjoying the ride so far!

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

Oh, God, I confess I have a “thing” for Sam Heughan, the Scottish actor, who plays Jamie Fraser in Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander TV series. I saw him as Apollo from the start. As for Ekateríni? I’m not sure. She’s older but lovely in both mind and body and has this witchy, intense yet ephemeral aura about her. Maybe I’d go for my namesake Cate Blanchett.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors?

I read a lot. When I was a kid I read historical novels like my mom. We used to have competitions. We’d fight over a book and see who could get to page 50 first. Whoever won got to read the rest in peace! For years I was deeply interested in psychology and quantum physics and consciousness and I read for educational purposes. Now, writing about those topics for work, I mostly read books that are far out and entertaining—which for me translates as science fiction and thrillers. I enjoy a good fantasy, and yes, the occasional romance. Favorite authors? James Mitchener, Isaac Asimov, J.K Rowling, Rumi, Lois McMaster Bujold, Robert Heinlein, Ursula K. LeGuin, John Le Carré to name only a few.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

I just moved to the island of Maui so I’m reading Mitchener’s epic tome Hawaii and Michael Crichton’s Airframe.

9: What is your favourite book and why?

That is an unanswerable question. I have far too many favorites to narrow it down to one. But if you insist, probably Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird. The first time I read it I was 13. I was raised in the South, so I could identify with the setting and atmosphere and the racial tensions and the themes of judgment and marginalization. I thought Scout was the coolest girl on the planet, very adventurous. But it was her father, Atticus Finch, who caught my imagination. My step-father, God bless his soul, was a racist. And I remember being so shocked by his opinions as a kid. Atticus was like a balm of rationality and reason, goodness and integrity and he soothed my troubled teenage soul.

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

My best advice comes from American author Mary Heaton Vorse who said: “The art of writing is the art of applying the seat of the pants to the seat of the chair.” Write. Write every day. It’s the only way to learn and improve. Be meticulous in your copyediting. And when you’re submitting a query letter to an editor, follow their guidelines to the letter. Don’t try to be cute or think you can convince an editor to publish something you’ve written that isn’t what s/he is looking for just because you’re such a great writer with such a great idea. It doesn’t work. Unfortunately, rejection slips are a writer’s best friend. It doesn’t seem like it at the time. But they force you to get your act together.

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?  

My website is www.catemontana.com

Facebook is www.facebook.com/therealcatemontana

 

About the Author:

A clarion (and frequently funny) voice for commonsense & higher awareness, Cate’s books, inspirational talks and videos address and provide solutions for the primary drivers behind our individual and social crises today: lack of self-awareness, confusion about the nature of gender, and an inability to manage our minds and emotions. 

Profoundly entertaining, informative and inspirational, Cate’s work has been birthed out of her 30-year investigation into human consciousness, spirituality, brain function, neurochemistry and quantum physics. She has a Master’s Degree in Humanistic Psychology, 37 years of intense meditation and inner work under her belt, a zestful personality and a great sense of humor.

A journalist for over 30 years, she has worked in all areas of communication, from network television and radio to newspapers, magazines and online publications. Cate is the author of five books and hundreds of published articles. A frequent guest on radio and TV talk shows and podcasts, she is an outspoken advocate for actualizing human potential and calls herself an “evolutionary activist.”

“I’ve come through a decades-long initiation into the nature of the divine feminine and what it really means to be a woman. I’ve been re-shaped and tempered and have a vastly more enlightened view on feminism, gender and healthy social dynamics than I did growing up in the 60s and 70s. Unfortunately most of the world has yet to catch on to what woman’s true power really is: Wholeness.

“Everyone has the capacity for it. But the female of our species stands on its threshold. If together we can light the lamp of wholeness and hold it aloft, the entire world will flower and change.”

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Book Review: ‘True Grandeur’ by Cal R. Barnes

Title: True Grandeur: A Hollywood Novel

Published: 20th September 2017

Publisher: Magic Hour Press

Author: Cal R. Barnes

 

Synopsis:

TRUE GRANDEUR is the tale of Conrad Arlington, a young man who moves to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming a great artist. Within a few short years of his arrival, Conrad’s success as a writer brings him to the attention of Gracie Garrison, a beautiful and alluring socialite whose glamorous lifestyle is just as mysterious as the rumors that surround her. After spending a spirited and adventurous night on the town together – one fueled by an excess of beautiful people, extravagant parties, gallery openings, and the madness of a fallen director – Conrad ultimately falls in love with her, believing them to be destined. However, when he awakens the next morning to find that Gracie is gone, he is distraught, and thus embarks on his relentless journey to find her, resulting in a tumultuous spiral of passion, art, and romance as he searches his soul to try and uncover the greatest mystery of all – true love.

At its core, True Grandeur is not just a love story, but rather an in-depth study on contemporary romanticism, of how ideals shape one’s need for individuality and importance, and of how sociological factors such as fame, wealth, and social class contribute to one’s ability to receive – or not receive – true love. It’s a story of what it means to feel deeply, and attempts to accurately illustrate the internal progression of feeling that is the artist’s journey.

 

Review:

Goes down as another off my 2019 Bookworm Bingo Challenge – A book by an author who uses initials in their pen name.

This story it told through POV of Conrad Arlington who moves to Hollywood to make it as an artist. Will it swallow him up and spit him out or will he make it? To say that his belief in his talent abilities is high would be an understatement. It’s this mentality that drives him. His father and the great Arlington’s before him made sure of this kind of self worth and confidence. He wants to be ‘the last true artist’ but his attitude just comes off as being a bit obnoxious.

After finding and falling for a girl right off the bat he finds that his obsession in getting lost in her drove a different kind of artistic expression from him. He began to write about what he was feeling. His carefree attitude changes his views on what he wants to do after being there for a few years. Writing works as he can control the stories when things become uncontrollable around him. It’s creating a script that leads to meeting his next obsession.

Gracie auditions for a part in Conrad’s noir screenplay. Her eyes seem to have the ability to freeze him in the spot. He is drawn to the raw emotion behind her actions and longs to know her. So it’s good that she just happens to bump into him later at a bar. Just when his dreams of getting his film up and running falls through Gracie pops up to possibly save the day. In Hollywood it’s not what you know but rather who you know that helps. But is all what it seems? Rumours told at a party might start to fill in the blanks. Or maybe just raise more questions. Which isn’t good as that’s Gracie’s main rule – don’t ask questions.

Conrad is so easily infatuated with her that she could bend him to her will to do anything. He knows she could have anybody, so is shocked that she sort of chooses him. Will the charade last? Well long enough to get him to drive her around all night to the strange amount of parties and friends she needs to see. Talk about a weird night to remember. With the amount of booze he was meant to have put away I want to know how he could see straight, let alone drive anywhere? He falls for her hook, link and sinker. So you can imagine what might happen if she vanished. Feeling lost but longing to find her he turns into a bit of a creepy stalker not wanting to believe that it was in all honestly a dream of sorts with her. Will he get his dream back or be lost to the illusion forever?

I found at times that there was just a bit too much description before getting to some actual dialogue. There was just too much time in his head waiting for him to get to the point. Also how many times does he really need to say that he is ‘The Last True Artist’? Mainly comes into play when his pride has been hurt and he needs to pull himself out of the dark.

An interesting read but I just didn’t click with the main character. He just came across as annoying and a bit of a selfish prick at the end in regards to how he treated certain people who might have been the better choice. You can see how he got swept up in the ‘Hollywood’ vibe and the allure of Gracie. He thought he loved her but she was just an illusion of sorts. So it’s a shame how he throws away something real for it when it could never be. The dialogue bits were good but there was just too much in his head for my liking.

3 out of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review.

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Release Blitz: ‘Hold on Tight’ by Anjelica Grace

Title: Hold on Tight
Series: Cowboys & Angels #1
Author: Anjelica Grace

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: May 31, 2019

 

Blurb

Two and a half years ago, we made a plan—had our life all mapped out—knew where we were going and how we were getting there.

It was the four of us against the world and we were so close to having everything we wanted.

But life had other plans for us.

Now, rodeo has become Chase’s primary focus, and he leaves our girls and me home while he follows his dreams week in, and week out.

We’ve lost so much already. I’m afraid if he doesn’t come back to us soon, resentment will set in and our marriage will fail.

Do we have what it takes to make it through one more season? Or will this be the end of our dreams? And our marriage?

Eight seconds…

That’s all it takes to change our lives forever.

 

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“I won, you realize that, right?”

“Yes, cocky one, I do. What’s your point?” she retorts, clearly not realizing where I’m going with this.

“I won, therefore you arrived last…”

Realization flashes across her features and she looks up at me, where I’m still perched atop Thor, with her hand providing shade over her eyes and her lips slightly parted. “You can’t be serious. Right now?”

“Mhmm, right now.” I nod my head and fold my hands over the horn of Thor’s saddle. “I need to see you gloriously naked and getting into the water.”

“You really are serious.” She shakes her head and starts to pull her hair back. “You can tell me you’re joking anytime.”

“Allie, I’m serious as a heart attack. You agreed, last one here is the first to skinny-dip. And I want to watch every second of you doing exactly that.”

“My God, you are so full of yourself. I suppose you’re going to stay there on top of Thor, like you’re the ruler of the lands?”

My only answer is to smile at her.

“Impossible. You’re impossible.” She pulls the band off her wrist and secures her hair into a messy pile above her head then she works her boots off with a huff. “How am I supposed to dry off?”

“I brought two blankets, we can share one so you can use the other to dry yourself.”

“And what are you going to—you know what—never mind.” She steps up in front of Thor and slides her hand over his face. “You’re a traitor, Thor. You should’ve lost for me.”

She makes me laugh loudly. “He knows whose horse he is. Now, quit stalling”

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I was born and raised about twenty minutes north of Denver, Colorado where school and soccer were always my primary focus growing up. Though, I read and wrote as often as humanly possible, too. I’ve always loved doing both, and my love for words has only grown since my childhood.

I stayed local for college and majored in Biology, with every intention of going to medical school. That never panned out. I realized right before I took the MCAT that what I wanted most out of life was to have a family of my own one day, and to be able to write a book. It was then that I decided that being a doctor wouldn’t have left much time to accomplish either of those things.

Since then, I’ve done child care, and tried to figure out where to go next, while also finally working on my own stories that I can share with the world.

And I hope that the amazing people that give me a chance fall as in love with my characters as I have.

 

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