The Last Dragon #tour #giveaway

The Last Dragon
by Daryl Devoré
Genre: Medieval Fantasy Romance
What do dragons, knights and romance have in common? Grab a copy of multi-published author Daryl Devore’s medieval fantasy romance – The Last Dragon and discover the answer.
A sorcerer craving dominance merged with a dragon, the power overwhelmed him causing him to split into three dragons. Demora ruled thought, but was lost in time. Yidithe offered protection, shining like the light of the sun. Ayrradex craved chaos, revelling in destroying souls.
Many knights died, attempting to slay the devil beast. One knight, Prince Hawkyns, did not fear death. He’d lost everything. Away on a mission when Ayrradex attacked his father’s kingdom, Penrythe, Hawkyns returned to find his noble father – feeble and defeated. His wise mother – crazed. His beautiful wife and unborn child – dead. Only a pile of ashes remained for him to bury. He knelt before his King and vowed to slay the devil-beast or be slain.
Derry was born with powers that terrified her parents. They delivered her to a nunnery to be raised in secret. Jathe, a wise sorceress, discovered the young girl and trained her to one day use the secret hidden in her soul.
Legends spoken around campfires hinted the sole way to destroy Ayrradex was when the hearts of a knight and a golden dragon became one. But after a vicious battle with Ayrradex, the golden dragon was thought to be dead.
Can Prince Hawkyns’s bravery and Derry’s powers end the reign of the devil-beast’s terror?
Two writers in one. Daryl Devoré writes hot romances with sexy heroes and strong heroines. Victoria Adams is Daryl Devoré’s alter ego when she’s inspired to write sweet romances with little to no heat.
Daryl (@daryldevore) lives in an old farmhouse in Ontario, Canada, with her husband, a large salt water aquarium full of fish, a black cat named Licorice and some house ghosts. Her daughter is grown and has flown the nest. Daryl loves to take long walks on her quiet country road or snowshoe across the back acres, and in the summer, kayak along the St. Lawrence River. She has touched a moon rock, a mammoth, and a meteorite. She’s been deep in the ocean in a submarine, flown high over Niagara Falls in a helicopter, and used the ladies room in a royal palace. Life’s an adventure and Daryl’s having fun living it.
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Dragon Blood #Tour and #Giveaway

Dragon Blood
Draco Sang Trilogy Book 1
by Mary Beesley
Genre: YA Fantasy
Cal, a hungry sixteen-year-old sick of mining the sand, wants to fit in and make his ma proud, but instead, his violent tendencies bring shame. And the truth. He’s the son of a Draco Sang. Carriers of the Dragon’s blood, the Draco Sang transform into half human half beast as they mature into adults. And if Cal can’t control the dark impulses of his dragon blood, he’ll grow into a man-beast—and he’ll be hunted.
Ferth, son of a Draco Sang chief and last of his class to grow claws, needs to prove his worth to his father, or he’ll be sent to the slave house. Hiding his human heart, he joins the army headed south to conquer the fertile human lands.
Neither brother feels they belong. Cal is human, fighting against becoming a beastly Draco Sang, while Ferth is struggling to push back his humanity and transform into a worthy Draco warrior.
Before ever meeting in open battle, Ferth is sent to kill Cal. But when he learns they are brothers, he must decide which loyalty is stronger, blood or country. And whether to finally give in to his humanity.
Mary Beesley believes humans are born to create, and promotes creativity in all its beautiful forms. She’s learning calligraphy and watercolor. She loves exploring our magnificent planet and finding all the best places to eat around the world. But nothing beats coming home and sharing a pot of slow-simmered minestrone and homemade sourdough with friends and family. If she’s not in her writing chair, you’ll probably find her hiking in the Utah mountains with her husband and four children.
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Is it obsessing if you dream about it? #Askingforafriend

Ha! I woke up this morning dreaming about the book I’m working on. Would you consider that an obsession? Me, I’m just glad. It’s been a while since that happened.

My husband asked if I was writing a memoir, lol. He saw a bit of my latest book I’d posted online. But, nope. I’m putting in some stuff that I lived and some I saw happen and stirred it with a huge amount of imagination.

The book I’m currently working on, the one I’m dreaming about is a contemporary romance. It takes place onboard the ship I was stationed on for four years. So, yeah, a bit of real life will be in there. They do say to write what you know! And honestly, we got up to a whole lot of hijinks on board the ship. I probably could write a memoir but why on earth would anyone read it?

I was the thirteenth woman to go through A school for Gunner’s Mate in Great Lakes IL. One of the first wave of women to be stationed onboard a ship. The USS Prairie AD-15. But seriously? Those are the most interesting facts about me.

Here is the Navy’s definition of a Gunner’s Mate. Check it out, but remember I was in the military from 1982-1987. Before they mashed the rate together with the TM rating.

I was a SAMI-Small Arms Marksman Instructor. I’ve probably trained 600 to 700 people minimum on how to use weapons during my four years on board the USS Prairie.

The GM Rating

Navy Gunner's Mate rating insignia

The Gunner’s Mate rating was officially established in 1794, and is one of the United States Navy’s original ratings. Gunner’s Mate is also one of the eight original Chief Petty Officer ratings. The Torpedoman (TM – Surface) rating merged with the GM rating on October 1, 2007.

The Navy’s computerized personnel system associates the rating name with an alphanumeric Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code. For GM, the NOS is B320.

Gunner’s Mates are responsible for the operation and maintenance of guided missile launching systems, underwater explosive weapons such as torpedoes, rockets and missiles, and the systems used to launch them, gun mounts and other ordnance equipment as well as small arms magazines. They work with electrical and electronic circuitry: mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

Gunner’s Mate class “A” school is located in Great Lakes, Illinois, and the school is approximately 27 weeks in duration. The GM rating requires a 60 month (5 year) service obligation for those leaving for boot-camp in Fiscal Year 2018 and beyond.


The Navy Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (SAMI) trains unit-level personnel required to be armed in the performance of their duties. Small arms instructors possess the necessary knowledge and skills to train, qualify, and sustain unit-level personnel in the safe handling and employment of pistols, rifles, and shotguns in accordance with OPNAVINST 3591.1 (series), and other U.S. Navy directives and guidelines that govern the arming of security personnel for the protection of Navy personnel and assets in direct support of Fleet-wide Force Protection requirements.

And that is your lesson today folks, lol. I’m going to head back into my obsession before hunger wins and I go make breakfast. Have a great week!

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Ian’s Realm Saga #Tour, #giveaway and more #dragons

Ian’s Realm Saga
Trilogy Books 1-3
by D.L. Gardner
Genre: YA Fantasy
Winner of Book Excellence Award 2019
Three books in one, this saga follows the adventures of Ian Wilson through the portal and into a magical land called the Realm. From slave boy to warrior, Ian encounters the dragon worshiping village, Menek, their enemies the Kaemperns, and the all powerful fire-breathing dragon Old Stenhjaert.
Part 1. Deception Peak
Ian’s Realm Saga, is a young adult adventure fantasy about a teenager, Ian Wilson, who follows his father, Alex, through a portal that magically appears on their computer screen while they are creating a game engine. They travel into a deceptively beautiful Realm, where horses run wild, the wind sings prophetic melodies, and their computer avatar (Xylon) comes to life. But when the two are separated, Ian is abducted by a tribe of dragon worshipers. In his struggle to be released, he causes chaos in the village and is banished into the wilderness with two other residents. They come upon a group of people who live for the sole purpose to destroy the dragon. They agree to help Ian find his father deep in the caves of the dragon’s lair.
Alex is found, but not without sacrifice, causing a deepened relationship between Ian and the Kaempern leader, Amleth.
Alex and Ian ride for the portal home with the dragon at their heels. Alex, his father stops in his tracks and goes back with the intent to slay the dragon, sending his son to the portal to wait for him with the instructions that if he doesn’t return by morning, go home without him. Alex never returns.
Part 2 Dragon Shield
Integrity isn’t something you do, it’s who you are,” Aren tells the confused Ian in The Dragon Shield.
Now a young man, Ian returns to the magical Realm to fight against the tyranny that has befallen his friends. But the Realm is a different place, the forest is dying, the Kaemperns have lost the shield that protected them from the dragon, and Ian has a hard time proving his allegiance when trouble follows him through the portal. His struggle to do right buries him in confusion when he’s confronted with a young boy who wields a powerful magical dagger which summons the dragon.
Part 3 Rubies and Robbers
“I will not let fear weaken us, not now” -says Ian as he dives into the cold waters of Moor Cove to find the escapees.
Ian has proven his abilities as a warrior and now the most dangerous battle begins, the battle against the power of evil. Ian must unravel the secrets of the mountain and discern whom his real enemy is, the enemy both without and within. He tackles with the twelve-year-old boy who seems to hold the fate of the entire Realm in his hands, and yet the pressing Songs of Wisdom call for compassion in his dealings. Ian leads his men in the fight against the powers of darkness. But he must also be willing to sacrifice everything he ever hoped to have in order to save those he loves.
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Layla: Born at Night
Ian’s Realm Saga Book 3.1
When Ian returns to the Realm in search of Abbi and Elisa he not only encounters the fiery dragon, but falls prey to a lovely temptress and a wicked queen.
When Elisa’s friend becomes a victim of a drive-by shooting, Abbi and Elisa seek a magical cure in Ian’s shield, but are accidentally transported into the Realm with no way back. Ian suspects their whereabouts and opens the portal to find them. His entry compromises the integrity of the seal which prevents the dragon from returning to the Realm. In his search for the girls, he stumbles upon a beautiful enchantress who offers to help him.
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Fallen Morning
Ian’s Realm Saga Book 3.2
After the death of her precious soldier, Queen Hacatine, in a fit of rage, commands her ambassadors to kill the Magic Thief and capture Layla’s murderer.
Ian is a wanted man.
A Taikan slave boy, Rolando, voyages with the assassins. The ship encounters a squall and is soon battered to pieces. The Taikans escape leaving Rolando on the sinking ship. He saves the Sage’s chest of incantations and barely survives himself. His intent is to find Hacatine’s ambassadors and return the clandestine strongbox—but meets Silvio the Wizard instead.
Rolando’s world is turned upside down.
Brad and Elisa Huntington return to Seattle from the Realm only to be crudely interrogated by Drew, Abbi’s father. After Brad passes a polygraph test, his dad and Drew have no recourse but to believe his story. Soon scientists are forging through the portal in search of the Realm.
Drew wants his daughter back.
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Diary of a Conjurer
Ian’s Realm Saga Book 4
When the old wizard Silvio eyes a woman dragging an unconscious young man ashore on his beach, he suspects the worst. A sorceress warrior from the island of Taikus could mean nothing but ill will. But who is the boy? With a burst of magic, he freezes the warrior into a bronze statue, and nurtures the boy back to health. The teenager, Ivar, explains that he is on a quest to discover his past, but a violent storm cast him into the sea.
Silvio’s suspicions grow, and he wonders why a Taikan would rescue an archer from Kaempern since they are known enemies.
When Silvio joins Ivar on his journey, his answers come all too quickly. He, too, becomes the evil queen’s prey, and there’s a reason she’s keeping him alive.

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Cassandra’s Castle
Ian’s Realm Book 5
Finalist Book Excellence Award 2017
A unique YA Fantasy page-turner that spans the void between vastly different worlds, Gardner captures the most endearing qualities of the genre in a story that’s both refreshing and original. -Book Viral Review
Readers who love excitement, peril and sweet romance will enjoy this time-travel adventure.
Eighteen years after her father visited the Realm, Cassie discovers a portal to the same world when she takes a selfie with her cell phone. Against the wishes of her friends, she goes in and finds herself captured by a grumpy old wizard. Its through him she learns of the unrest happening in the kingdom called Alisubbo. When a handsome cavalry officer, Valerio, appears with his troops in all his pompous attire, Cassie is taken breathless.
The cunning Valerio immediately recognizes the opportunity of befriending this lovely, young and naive stranger and sweet-talks her into helping his cause. Her mission, deliver an Appeal for Peace to the king. Cassie willingly takes the job, thrilled that she finally has the adventure she’s wanted all her young life.
Tragically for her, the letter is not what Valerio says it is. Cassie discovers she’s been a pawn in a coup to overthrow the king. She discovers the lies and false accusations too late. Before she can stop the violence, her hands are stained in blood. She must somehow turn the tide, save the life of the heir, and persuade him to return and rescue Alisubbo from Valerio’s tyranny.
Other books in this series include Ian’s Realm Saga and Diary of a Conjurer and the Tale of the Four Wizards which are published on my website.

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Lost on Taikus
Ian’s Realm Saga Book 6
When the young wizard Abbott is abducted as a little boy, he is taken to the castle of the wicked queen Hacatine and condemned to wait his young life as a prisoner until he comes of age and his sentence is executed.
But even as a child, Abbott has other plans. When he meets the beautiful albino slave girl who spins silk from a butterfly’s spittle he is more determined to not only escape, but bring the entire queen’s court with him.

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D.L.Gardner is an award winning author and screenwriter, taking home the Book Excellence Award for her Amazon’s best selling Ian’s Realm Saga as well as various other prestigious awards for her audio books and screenplays. Her young adult adventure fantasy and historical fantasy novels are loved by youth and adults all over the world.
“Dianne’s wonderfully descriptive writing style will have you so involved in the story that in a sense you will have forgotten that it was just a story.”
Dianne is a columnist for Amazing Stories Magazine, one of the most popular science fiction and fantasy magazines of all time. She’s taught workshops and participated on panels at conferences and film festivals. Her concept film for Ian’s Realm has won numerous fantasy short awards in L.A., New York and New Zealand.
Dianne was born in Ohio and raised in southern CA. She attended Northern AZ University and later continued her education in the Pacific Northwest. She’s an oil painter, book illustrator, screenwriter and filmmaker.
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Seasons Greetings! #Christmas Tree Skirt assembly.

I hope everyone’s Christmas was good. If you celebrate Hanukah and Kwanza I hope those are going well or went well.

We celebrated yesterday, going over to our daughter’s to watch the granddaughter open her gifts and brought all of ours for her over too.

She had a ball! And yes those are all hers. The green ones were from us. The pink from her mom. The trolls are from her dad and the striped ones from her aunt. That isn’t even the ones from her other grandparents coming today!

But in preparation for Christmas I had to make a tree skirt for my daughter. I showed the first portion a couple of weeks ago. Here is the rest of it. I did finish it.

I bought 18 pieces of fabric at 1/4 yard each, and a blanket from a thrift store for batting. It ran me $6.99. The batting started at $9.99 so buying a blanket was cheaper. I used double binding tape for the trim. It took 4 packages. I did have a little of the binding left, but not much.

Here are the initials photos and the subsequent ones to completion. I’ll post the instructions at the end.

1. This is the one side
2. This is the ‘adult’ side, lol.
3. You can see the batting between the top and bottom.
4. Here the 2 sides are together and the trim is done around the center and the split.
5. The same view from the other side
6. Here is the completed skirt. It ties together to hold it closed. I didn’t flatten it out, lol.
7. This is the other side completed. This time I straightened it out, lol.

That is the whole skirt.

Items needed:

Large cardboard box, flattened

18 – 1/4 yard fabric pieces of 45 inch cotton fabric.

4 packages of binding tape

1 piece of batting 56 inches square or 1 throw blanket


straight pins

marking pencil or washable marker

sewing machine or 1 needle if hand sewing

2 spools of thread


I got a large cardboard box. I took a yardstick and put one end in the corner and held it. I put a pen against the 28 inch mark and in a 90 degree arc, drew a line. This was the outside of the tree skirt. I did it again at the 5 inch mark to give it a center. Then I cut the cardboard out.

I then marked it in half, and cut it. Then I marked that piece in half and cut it. That is how I made the templet.

This is what it looked like.

The tree skirt fabrics are 22 inches each tall. I cut the 1/4 yard piece in half so each piece was 1/4 yard wide and 22 inches tall. Once they were all cut, I took each piece and traced the pattern out on them using the marking pencil and cut them.

I pinned the sides of together until I had a pattern I liked. Then I did it to the other side. I laid the pinned pieces together over the blanket and cut the blanket to match the circle. (sorry I forgot to get a picture!) See #3 picture for the end result. I pinned them together and basted the top circle and the split.

Basting is using the straight stitch but at the largest stitch. Mine is 8 on my machine. This way you can pull out the stitches once your final stitching is done. Leave beginning and ending thread when you baste long so you can pull it out. Sew close to edges making sure to catch the blanket and matching edges of both sides.

Once you basted the skirt together, pin the binding tape to the edges. I started at the bottom corner of the split, went up and around the smaller circle and back down to the other side of the split. Fold binding tape neatly at the corners as you go turn to go on the circle. This took almost one package of binding tape. Sew. Pictures 4 & 5.

You can remove the basting stitches at this point unless you managed to cover them with the binding tape. Then you’re golden! If not, pull the thread to remove them. It sounds easy, but I always find this a pain, lol. I usually have a seam ripper handy to help if they don’t pull out easy. It’s okay but it takes a bit of time. If you can’t see your basting stitches don’t worry about it. Having them there doesn’t hurt a thing.

Then I took the binding tape and pinned the bottom circle starting at the split. Fold the edges neatly and pin. It will take at least 2 packages of binding tape, so be prepared. Make sure to fold under the binding tape when you start the next package so you don’t get loose threads.

Sew up the bottom circle.

Take the binding tape and cut six 10 inch pieces. Pin one on either side of the split at the top, middle and bottom of the split. Sew. I ran my machine 3 times over each strip to make sure they wouldn’t pull off.

Here’s the final product under the tree.

Here are pictures of my first tree skirt. I made it 28 years ago.

It is hard to see, but I hand embroidered a cross and a Christmas star all the way around this one to keep it together. I used a gold trim. On one side I used two fabrics, a solid and a print. For the other side I used a variety of prints. The whole skirt isn’t shown, I had it folded over to take a quick picture.

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Call Me Dragon #Fantasy #Tour & #Giveaway

Call Me Dragon
Dragon Fires Rising Book 1
by Marc Secchia
Genre: Humorous Fantasy
Call me Dragon. It’s the last thing you’ll ever do.
Blitz the Devastator has never done a decent day’s devastating in his life. Fireless, artistic and shunned by his Dragon Clan, he struggles to pillage even the meanest village. A future full of misery and failure beckons.
This much is true until the day the burly brown Dragon successfully – imagine that – kidnaps the Princess Azania. As a black Princess of T’nagru, this spirited beauty is by definition the most unforgettable woman in the seventeen realms. Knights errant, men-at-arms and sundry Princes expire at her feet in drivelling worship.
Unfortunately, they all want his scaly head on a platter shortly thereafter. Goes with the territory.
To Blitz’s consternation, the royal nuisance refuses to behave herself and be a typical pampered Princess. With humour, unconventional flair and the odd stomp of her diminutive slipper, she sets out to reform her Dragon.
One question remains. Who will save the Dragon from the Princess?
Marc is a South African-born dragon masquerading as an author, who loves writing about dragons and Africa, preferably both at the same time. He’s the author of 25 fantasy books in 5 languages including 10 rip-roaring dragon fantasy bestsellers. Dragonfriend won a Gold Award for Fantasy in the 2016 IPPY Book Awards.
When he’s not writing about Africa or dragons Marc can be found travelling to remote locations. He thinks there’s nothing better than standing on a mountaintop wondering what lies over the next horizon.
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An update on my office! And a few other projects

And none of those projects are writing, lol. I’m giving myself a pass. I’m still waiting on a bookcase and I need a chair or something to relax in, in my office, but it is coming along. Here’s a few pictures.

Yes, most of my artwork on the walls are stamps! I did work for the Post Office for 30 years! Retiring in 2019 as Postmaster in the town I lived in. The other wall (yellow one) has my swearing in oath in the offices I became Postmaster in. I loved my job, but it was time to go. And I don’t regret one moment of choosing retirement, lol. Though I do miss the money I had to spend with a full time job. I’ve had to be a bit thriftier! I even started couponing again.

Well, I said I haven’t been writing. Instead I’ve been spending more time with my daughter. Here’s what we did this past week.

We actually made two gingerbread houses. I got the mold from an online Pampered Chef party for the house. It worked great. I found the recipe on Sally’s Baking Addiction. Great gingerbread. Worked well for the house and all the other cookies we cut out. Very sturdy and tasty. My granddaughter has been randomly munching on pieces of it, lol. My gingerbread men have started missing heads, and the trees are losing their treetops, lol.

I’ve also been working on a tree skirt for my daughter. We are still waiting on a piece of material to come in. A Game of Thrones piece for the one side of the skirt.

Each side repeats the pattern twice. We purchased nine 1/4 yard pieces and cut them in half so that the 45 inch became 22 1/2 inch high and a quarter yard wide. I cut out a pattern from a piece of cardboard. I took a thin pole, marked 28 inches on it. I went from the corner of the side, holding the one side steady and drew an arc so that I had a quarter of a circle. Then I halved that piece and halved it again. The I took a mixing bowl and cut out the center where the tree would be standing. That left me with a piece that fit the 22″ piece to a tee.

Each side of the tree skirt will have 18 pieces. These photos are showing the initial pinning together. That’s when I realized were were short material! They are just pinned together.

We went out to get the rest of the material, hitting up a thrift shop and picking up a blanket to be the batting material. It is a lot cheaper. Once each side is sewed up, I’ll pin it to the blanket and cut out all the excess material. I’ll run it on the machine to hold it in place and to keep it from buckling when it gets washed. This is extremely important as her cats love to sleep under the tree. It has to be sturdy and machine washable.

Once that is done, I have green double bias tape to bind up all the edges. I’ll put a split in it with ties so you don’t have to put it down before you put up the tree. Hopefully I’ll have it done by Wednesday. The last piece is due in on Monday (keeping my fingers crossed).

I’ll post pictures of the rest of the steps in a couple of weeks.

Stay crafty! lol.

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The Fall of Polite ~ #Postapocalyptic #BookTour

The Fall of Polite
by Sam Kench
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Thriller
In a freshly lawless New England in the dead of winter…
A bloodied and barefoot 17-year-old, grieving the loss of her father, trudges around a smoldering pileup on the road out of town. She’s endeavoring the 120 mile trek to her only living family member through blizzard conditions…
A once kind-hearted lumberjack splits a teenager’s nose in half with the rim of a metal gas can. Since the day his family was slaughtered before his eyes, he’s been consumed with an undying fury that can only be quelled through acts of violence…
A two-time college-dropout, trying to do good, howls in agony as her face is slashed with a razor-blade. The crackhead who did the deed is taking back her five-year-old child who the drop-out was trying to protect after finding him abandoned in a dumpster…
Anyone wishing to live must harden and adapt to the new rules of a world post-fall of polite. This dangerous new world will make you into a survivor… or a corpse.
Sam Kench is a 23-year-old writer and independent filmmaker. His screenplays and short films have been awarded by festivals and competitions around the world. Click here to check out work on
In 2014 he was named one of the top defenders of free speech by the National Coalition Against Censorship.
He grew up in New England and spent years exploring many of the locations that found their way into the novel. He now resides in Los Angeles. ‘The Fall of Polite’ is his debut novel.
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Still fixing up the new house

We’re still working on the new place. I’ve got my desk in my office.

Obviously I still have a lot to put away. I also bought a huge 4 x 6 foot bulletin board to put up all of my SWAG and notes for my books.

We painted three walls a buttery yellow and the other wall is called ginger. I’ve an antique lamp as you can see and another I have to rewire. That will call for it’s own post, lol. It’s a beast of a lamp!

I’m in an online Holiday Sale thru Monday the 30th. I’m on today at 6 pm CST, Sunday at 1 pm CST and Monday at 5 pm CST. Drop on in!

There are multiple vendors, authors and other items up for sale from the comfort of your own homes. Introvert shopping at its best, lol.

I’m getting ready to make breakfast, my granddaughter invited herself over, lol. I best get ready. Hope your Thanksgiving was good and the coming holidays all you want them to be. Stay safe, stay sane!

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To Have or Have Not ~ #Tour and #Giveaway

2HVØRHVNØT: To Have or Have Not
by Jared K. Chapman
Genre: Dystopian Superhero Fantasy, Horror
Welcome to Fellowship City, where the Haves are super-powered, and the Have-Nots are just like you.
The Mighty have all the wealth, fame, power, and superpowers, but even they are subject to the monastery’s control. To maintain peace, telepathic monks see into the past, present, and future to police the other Mighty and the minority of powerless Citizens, who have nothing but their identity tags tattooed on their wrists.
Twenty-year-old Mario lives with his kid sister in one of the many camphouses on the island south of the city. Unlike the other citizens he stands in line with every morning waiting to be bussed to work, he actually likes his downtown job and the Mighty restaurateur who employs him.
At least, he did.
This morning, the grisly, undetected murder of his boss changes everything. In a flash, Mario becomes the primary suspect and must race against time to prove his innocence in a world that oppresses the powerless.
Part READY PLAYER ONE. Part DIVERGENT. Part MINORITY REPORT. Totally Superpowered! 2HVØRHVNØT has fast-paced action, suspense, horror, and mature themes that are sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats.
Jared K. Chapman is an author, filmmaker, and educator. He is a native Californian who spent his formative years at school in frigid Alberta, Canada with his father and summer vacation in arid central California with his mother. He holds degrees in psychology & religious studies and is currently a doctoral candidate studying the social psychology of extreme groups. He lives in a little oasis just east of Los Angeles with his wife and three sons. 2HVØRHVNØT is his debut novel.
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