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Author Lisa Medley's Reap & Repent Dream Movie Cast: Get Your Free Copy Today!

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Lisa Medley's Reap and Repent Dream Cast Genre: Urban Fantasy
Publisher: Big Cedar Date of Publication: March 3, 2015 ISBN: 978-0-9908856-2-7 ASIN: B00TJFIOFK Number of pages: 328 Word Count: 84k Cover Artist: Sweet and Spicy Designs

They see death. Can they share a life?
#‎FREE‬ to download until May 3rd
Oh, I have thought about this a lot, and I have the perfect cast lined up for the Reaper Series.

Deacon is a burned-out reaper who’s spent the last hundred years quietly doing his job until demon soul poachers invade his territory. When he meets Ruth Scott on a routine reaping, he begins to question all he knows to be true. Photo credit http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/jensen-ackles/images/30582752/title/jensen-photo


Ruth Scott is a recluse who has always had the ability to see the auras around people she meets. Her ability has been a lifelong social handicap. When she meets the reaper Deacon, she learns her handicap may be her calling instead. Photo credit www.guerrillawallpaper.com



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Tuesday's Treasured & Tipsy Timeslip: This Weeks Traveller is New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Kristin Miller

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Travel and make-believe go hand in hand. Whether we're in the present or the past, in a haunted castle, an enchanted forest or a broken down building, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and traveling the world can bring the imagination to life.

This week's guest is New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Kristin Miller. Kristin Miller writes sweet and sassy contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and paranormal romance of all varieties. She has degrees in psychology, English, and education, and taught high school and middle school English before crossing over to a career in writing.

Kristen: Traveling is an eye-opening adventure, and one of the things I love to do most. I live in northern California, though I’ve seen every corner of the state. I’ve driven through forty-six of fifty states in the continental US, visited Mexico, Canada, Ireland (both southern and northern), and the Azores Islands (ruled by Portugal). So when I was given the opportunity to talk about…

Guest Blogger: Deleted Scene from Shereen Vedam's A Devilish Slumber

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GUEST BLOG #3 – The Mysterious Ink Spot A Deleted Scene: I fight alone
Hello! Thank you very much to Rachel Stapleton for inviting me to the Mysterious Ink Spot blog. My name is Shereen Vedam and I write fairytale-inspired Regency fantasy romances. Today, I’d like to talk about a scene that was cut during final edits. The reason for the deletion was to pick up the pace and stay focused on the main storyline.
Yet, this scene was one of my favorites, possibly because when I was very young, I too was a bit of a loner like Lady Roselyn Ravenstock. Like me, she pulled so far away from her society, her friends, and family that she became an island unto herself.
In the deleted scene, she has been invited to a dinner party to meet the hero’s mother. Having spent so much time alone, years in fact, Rose has become too used to her own company, playing silent games, talking to herself, reading accounts of the war in the newspaper, even singing songs without worrying about being overheard.
Here’s th…

Rachael's Reviews: Brody Lane Gregg's Beyond the Skyline

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​Warning: This book made me cry and yet I highly recommend it. Why? Because it is a beautiful evocative story of a family touched by abuse, crime and redemption. ​I have to admit it is not exactly my genre and ​at times I felt the sadness almost unbearable but it was written in such a way that you were hooked in and the character development ...wow! 

​​Beyond the Skyline is Alex Lane’s experience of trading a Juvenile Detention Center and a life of crime for a stable home environment with brother Brandon's family. Alex finds himself attending high school and making new friends, he even falls in love with the pastor’s daughter. Throughout the book Alex writes about his feelings for each character and his fear of reverting back to his old criminal ways.

What I didn't see coming was the end. One if his new friends includes a naive stoner who sadly places Alex in a life changing predicament. The fact that the book was a diary of his life was brilliant. As a matter of fact I wrote …

Tuesday's Treasured & Tipsy Timeslip: This Weeks Traveller is Malay A. Upadhyay

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Travel and make-believe go hand in hand. Whether we're in the present or the past, in a haunted castle, an enchanted forest or a broken down building, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and traveling the world can bring the imagination to life.

This week's guest is seasoned traveller Malay A. Upadhyay. Today's journey is all about the story of Kalki Evian which was inspired as much by legend and characters in real life as the places Malay has travelled to over the years. All three, in his opinion, hold a mystery - a story - worthy of narration. The ones to feature in the book range from contemporary Milan to Catania in ruins, from futuristic San Siro to a retired Arena di Verona, from post-apocalyptic volcano Etna to a snowladen sunrise on Himalayas.

Place 1: San Siro, Milano



The iconic stadium of Milano retains its structure but has now been equipped with virtual reality. As one approaches it, a giant cuboidal structure comes into view, angled with one of its ends towar…