New Release: “Sanctum Weres” Shadow Havens Series – Book 7 by Edenmary Black


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unnamed (4)“Sanctum Weres” Shadow Havens Series

Paranormal Romance

As Rachel waits at the Demesne for word from Fortune, a quiet rural landscape becomes the bloody backdrop for a death match between two weres, caught in a web of revenge that began hundreds of years in the past. Only one will survive, yet the other’s dangerous schemes will live on, because of a perilous lie. A vicious tempest threatens the rescue attempts from the Shadow Havens and a plan to shake Saint Rushton and the Demesne is born in bloodshed on the mean streets of the city. A were mercenary will become the tool of supernaturals and a banished archangel, who has a plan all his own. The mercenary will be paid well, but he wants more than money, which forces Sylvan Luce into the heart of a battle she never imagined.

Two willing hearts and a blade unite lovers in a secret Mating, while a warrior finds a new love in a tiny daemon healer, who’s rarely shown him anything but her bossy side. As Iridea struggles to keep all the secrets of the Demesne, rumors fly about Diamond and Lily. The warrior and the healer are more alike that they know. Can passion ignite from the friendship between a sexy killer and a sensitive, traditional healer?

Saint Rushton’s underworld begins to unravel, as Bride Kindeath’s fears for Azalea and Heather drive her from the hereafter to the living Maidenheart to keep an eye on them. When she seeks an alliance among the denizens of the hereafter, she finds strange advice and a tragic death that reunites her with love.

Lucifer is playing his pawns, fulfilling Circe’s brightest wish, but meeting Kellan again isn’t what she had in mind. In the end, an Illuminant’s desperate choice rips lovers apart, driving bitter enemies to join forces.


Sanctum Weres: Shadow Havens Book 7 contains descriptive material and scenes of explicit sexual encounters between consenting male and female adult characters. It is intended for adult readers only.

Don’t miss the excerpt of Sanctum Illuminant: Shadow Havens Book 8 at the conclusion of Sanctum Weres: Shadow Havens Book 7!

Approximately 123,500 words.

ISBN-13: 978-1-4566-2319-7




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About the Author:

edenmaryblackphoto 001_2Edenmary Black has been writing since she could clutch a pencil. She has always been fascinated with the mysteries of the paranormal and loves the question all writers answer when they pen fiction. For her, it’s all about that magical, “What if?” When not working her keyboard, she enjoys long walks, reading and spending time with her family, all of whom are male. She spends far too much on lingerie and is very, very weak for chocolate.

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This is a wonderful opportunity for Authors and Readers.
Even though we are just reserving author tables at this time,( in order to help you better plan your event, here is the cost and options breakdown for the entire conference. All options will be available and announced within the next two weeks.
. $300.00 – Author/table price: Includes registration, access to all events, workshops, panels, two private catered author lunches plus the RONE award gala event and an author book signing table throughout the entirety of the conference.
. Add $70.00 to the $300.00 charge for attending assistants, spouses or if an author wants to share the table with another author.. $150.00 – Attendee VIP Registration pass: Includes access to all events plus the RONE award gala and special VIP gifts upon arrival. Does NOT include an author book signing table or meals.
. $30.00 – Two day Reader Ticket: Includes access to all daytime events on Friday and Saturday (entrance into book signing room plus all workshops and panels.)
. $20.00 – One day Reader ticket: Includes access to all daytime events for one day.
. $30.00 – Separate RONE awards gala Ticket: For readers or family members who have not purchased VIP or higher tickets.

Special InD’Scribe Conference room rates are $129.00 per night. We will have more information on how to reserve rooms within the next two weeks.

Author invoices for tables will be sent out in the next 7 days. If you signed up to the Google document, that means you have secured your table. Deposit invoices will be due upon receipt, we are billing 50% of your total amount due and the remaining balance will be billed in December with a due date of January 2nd. Some authors will be billed in full now as requested.

Please be aware that the tables can only accommodate two signing authors.

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Cover Reveals for Building A Legend and The Sword and the Flame: The Lightwalker

Originally posted on The BiaLog:

Good morning! Today I’d like to welcome you to the cover reveals for two of my upcoming releases from the Sword and the Flame universe. The first is Building A Legend. It’s the second book in my YA series (The first was Stranger Passing) featuring the Halfling Eron bucking the trend and becoming a warrior

Building A Legend

About the Book

Respect is often one of the most difficult things to find when setting out on a new path. It’s not any easier being a Halfling, but Eron is determined to achieve his dream of being a ranger.

Following the death of Reinhart, Eron is duty-bound to follow through on his dream. The one thing he never expected was to be challenged at every turn by those who he met along the way. From shape shifters and old men, to a one-eyed Dwarf and a secretive Elf, he quickly learns not…

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The 2014 Rainbow Awards Finalist!


unnamedThe Finalists for the 2014 Rainbow Awards are:

LGBT Poetry
Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards, an anthology by Ron J. Suresha
Souvenir Boys by David-Matthew Barnes
Velvet Rodeo by Kelly McQuain

LGBT Visual Arts & Photography
A Thing of Beauty by Jake Jaxson & RJ Sebastian
Beards, an Unshaved History by Kevin Clarke
dr.a.g. by Christopher Logan
Men & Gods by David Vance

Lesbian Fantasy Romance
A Kingdom Lost by Barbara Ann Wright
Daughter of Mystery by Heather Rose Jones
The Only Way by Jamie Sullivan

Lesbian Romantic Comedy
Eight Dates by Lori L. Lake
Out Of Retirement by Erica Lawson
Playing My Love by Angela Peach
That Certain Something by Clare Ashton

Gay Historical
Happy Independence Day by Michael Rupured
Randy by Jane Elliot
The Gentleman’s Madness by Bonnie Dee & Summer Devon
The Music Teacher by Bob Sennett
Turnbull House by Jess Faraday

Bisexual General Fiction
Alpha Trine by Lexi Ander
Best Bi Short Stories by Sheela Lambert
Cythera by Jo Graham
The River Within by Baxter Clare Trautman
The Stars Change by Mary Anne Mohanraj

Lesbian Sci-Fi / Futuristic & Fantasy
Chronicles of Osota – Warrior by Michelle Magly
Dark Horizons by Rae D. Magdon & Michelle Magly
Dogs of War by Geonn Cannon
The Empath by Jody Klaire
Wolf’s Eyes (Amendyr Series Book 2) by Rae D. Magdon

Lesbian Paranormal Romance
If I Die Before I Wake by Liz McMullen
Return of an Impetuous Pilot by Kate McLachlan
True Nature by Jae
Vermilion Justice by Sheri Lewis Wohl
Windigo Thrall by Cate Culpepper

Transgender Fiction
Beloved Pilgrim by Christopher Hawthorne Moss
Cevin’s Deadly Sin by Sally Bosco
Collected by Solar Harris
His Fair Lady by Kimberly Gardner
If We Shadows by D.E. Atwood
Lessons on Destroying the World by Gene Gant

Lesbian Historical Fiction & Romance
Agnes by Jaime Maddox
Club Storyville by Riley LaShea
Fervent Charity by Paulette Callen
Murder and the Hurdy Gurdy Girl by Kate McLachlan
Waiting for the Violins by Justine Saracen

Bisexual Romance
Capricious by Julie Cox
Fusion (Book 2 of North Star trilogy) by Posy Roberts
Rocky Mountain Freedom by Vivian Arend
Slide by Garrett Leigh
Stuff by Josephine Myles

Gay Fantasy Romance
A Case of Possession by KJ Charles
Firestorm by Rory Ni Coileain
Goblins by Melanie Tushmore
Of Last Resort by Megan Derr
Reawakening by Amy Rae Durreson
The Calm Before by Neena Jaydon

Gay Fantasy
Highfell Grimoires by Langley Hyde
Mercy’s Prisoner (Life Prison, Volume 1) by Dusk Peterson
Night Creatures by Jeremy Jordan King
Rising Frenzy, Men of Myth 2 by Brandon Witt
Shirewode by J Tullos Hennig​
The Line (Witching Savannah Book 1) by J.D. Horn

Gay Historical Romance
Dance of Stone by Jay Lewis Taylor
Forever Hold His Peace by Rebecca Cohen
Lovers and Liars by Paul Alan Fahey
The Dead Past by Kate Aaron
Think of England by KJ Charles
Tournament of Shadows by S.A. Meade

LGBT Erotica
At Her Feet by Rebekah Weatherspoon
Breaking Free by Cat Grant
Games Boys Play by Zoe X. Rider
Incubus Tales by Hushicho
Into The Fire by Lori Toland
The Thief Taker by William Holden

LGBT General Non Fiction
Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East by Benjamin Law
I Probably Shouldn’t Have Done That by Edmond Manning
Lesbian Marriage: A Love & Sex Forever Kit by Kim Chernin & Renate Stendhal
The End of Eve by Ariel Gore
Time Fries! Aging Gracelessly in Rehoboth Beach by Fay Jacobs
True Stories Too: People and Places From My Past by Felice Picano

Transgender Non Fiction
An Unspoken Compromise by Rizi Xavier Timane
Babette: The Many Lives, Two Deaths and Double Kidnapping of Dr. Ellsworth by Ross Eliot
Queerly Beloved: A Love Story Across Genders by Diane & Jacob Anderson-Minshall

Lesbian Contemporary General Fiction
Ebenezer by JoSelle Vanderhooft
Hoosier Daddy by Ann McMan & Salem West
Let the Lover Be by Sheree L. Greer
Rest Home Runaways by Clifford Henderson
What Matter Wounds by Geonn Cannon

Gay Romantic Comedy
Can This Be Real by L.E. FranksL.E. Franks
Caught! by JL Merrow
Merry Gentlemen by Josephine Myles
On Archimedes Street by Jefferson Parrish
Shiny! by Amy Lane
The Ghost Slept Over by Marshall Thornton

Lesbian Mystery / Thriller
Chip off the Ice Block Murder by Jessie Chandler
Desperate Measures by P.J. Trebelhorn
For by Grace by Adrian J. Smith
Girls Don’t Hit by Geonn Cannon
Intuition by Jennis Slaughter
Just Intuition by Makenzi Fisk
Killing Rosa by Lynn Kear
Maggie’s Mechanics by Sheila J. Connolly
Rapture, Sins of the Sinners by Fran Heckrotte & A.C. Henley
Season of the Wolf by Robin Summers
Tumbledown by Cari Hunter

Gay Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Alpha’s Moon by Shannon West
Breath of the Feathered Serpent by Pelaam
Carnal Sacraments by Perry Brass
Light by ‘Nathan Burgoine
Not In The Stars by Toni Griffin, Freddy MacKay, Mathilde Watson and Angel Matinez
Piper by Leona Carver
Powerline: Nicholas by Derekica Snake
Rangers Over Regulus by Alex Powell
Rarely Pure and Never Simple by Angel Martinez
Strain by Amelia C. Gormley
The Balance by Neal Wooten
The Silvers by Jill Smith

Gay Contemporary General Fiction
Bottoms Away by Etienne
First Exposure by Alan Chin
I Loved You More by Tom Spanbauer
My Favorite Uncle by Marshall Thornton
Paradise at Main and Elm by Barry Brennessel
Sex & Sourdough by A.J. Thomas
Stronger Than This by David-Matthew Barnes
The Genealogy of Understanding by Daniel M. Jaffe
The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher by Dana Alison Levy
Walking the Camino Sagrado by Michael Chavez

LGBT Anthology / Collection
All you can Eat, A Buffet of Lesbian Erotica and Romance by R.G. Emanuelle & Andi Marquette
An American Memory by George Seaton
Foolish Hearts: New Gay Fiction by Timothy Lambert & R.D. Cochrane
Playing Ball by Shae Connor, Kate McMurray, Kerry Freeman & Marguerite Labbe
Rainbow Briefs by Kira Harp
Red Caps: New Fairy Tales for Out of the Ordinary Readers by Steve Berman
Secrets of Neverwood by G.B. Lindsey, Diana Copland & Libby Drew
Stitch by Eli Easton, Sue Brown, Jamie Fessenden & Kim Fielding
Three by Ann McMan
When the Clock Strikes Thirteen by Diane Marina, Emma Weimann, Erzabet Bishop, Joan Arling, L.T. Smith, Lois Cloarec Hart & R.G. Emanuelle

Gay Paranormal Romance
Another Healing by M. Raiya
Brian’s Mate by Hollis Shiloh
Electric Candle by Elizabeth Noble
Forgotten by Rider Jacobs
Hell & High Water (THIRDS, Book #1) by Charlie Cochet
In Your Eyes by Cardeno C.
Kept Tears by Jana Denardo
Love You Forever by Amelia Bishop
Monsters Under the Bed by Susan Laine
Motel. Pool. by Kim Fielding
Passage by Evey Brett
Raising Shawna by Vicktor Alexander
Shades of Sepia by Anne Barwell
The Memory of Blood & Lotuses by E.E. Ottoman
Wide Asleep by Nick Nolan
Willing Hands by Silvia Violet
Wolf Hunter by Ryan Loveless
Wolf in Gucci Loafers by Tara Lain

Gay Erotic Romance
A Little Too Broken by Brad Vance
A Place for Cliff by Talon ps
Desires’ Guardian by Tempeste O’Riley
Forgive Us by Lynn Kelling
Fractured by Mickie B. Ashling
Gin & Jazz 1- 4 by Morticia Knight
If It Drives by L.A. Witt & Aleksandr Voinov
It’s Like This by Anne O’Gleadra
Lab Rat’s Love by Ana J. Phoenix
Love and Salvage: Loving Emmett by Mathew Ortiz
More Than Everything by Cardeno C.
My Brother’s Lover by Lynn Kelling
Splinters by Thorny Sterling
The Foster Family by Jaime Samms
The House on Hancock Hill by Indra Vaughn
The Only One Who Knows by Cat Grant & L.A. Witt
Tough Love by Heidi Cullinan
Trusting Thomas by K.C. Wells
Uncovered by Kyell Gold

Gay Mystery / Thriller
A Hunted Man by Jaime Reese
Antidote by Jack L. Pyke
Bird of Paradise by G.J. Paterson
Corruption by Eden Winters
Holding Out for a Fairy Tale by A.J. Thomas
Home The Hard Way by Z.A. Maxfield
Hostile Ground by Aleksandr Voinov & L.A. Witt
Jaded by EM Lynley
Love Is A Stranger by John Wiltshire
Murder on the Mountain by Jamie Fessenden
Other People by Francis Gideon
Pawn of Satan by Mark Zubro
Recruited by Ethan Stone
Relief Valve by JL Merrow
Slasherazzi by Daniel A. Kaine
The Next by Rafe Haze

Gay & Lesbian Young Adult
Asher’s Fault by Elizabeth Wheeler
Educating Simon by Robin Reardon
Freak Camp: Posts From a Previously Normal Girl by Jessica V. Barnett
Heavyweight by MB Mulhall
Here’s to You, Zeb Pike by Johanna Parkhurst
Not Broken, Just Bent by Mia Kerick
Omorphi by C. Kennedy
Pray The Gay Away by Sara York
Red Devil by Kyell Gold
Running Through A Dark Place by Michael J. Bowler
Safe by Mark Zubro
Silent by Sara Alva
The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick
The Seventh Pleiade by Andrew J. Peters
This Is Not a Love Story by Suki Fleet
Us Three by Mia Kerick
Vivaldi in the Dark by Matthew J. Metzger
You’re Always in the Last Place You Look by T.N. Gates

Lesbian Contemporary Romance
About Face by VK Powell
Camellia by Caitlin Ricci & Cari Z.
Clean Slate by Andrea Bramhall
Departure from the Script by Jae
Dudek by Taylor James
Escapades by MJ Williamz
Exception to the Rule by Cindy Rizzo
From the Hat Down by Andi Marquette
How Still My Love by Diane Marina
Like Jazz by Heather Blackmore
Loved and Lost by Stephanie Kusiak
Nightingale by Andrea Bramhall
No Boundaries by Donna K. Ford
Rush by Carsen Taite
See Right Through Me by L.T. Smith
She Sings of Old, Unhappy, Far-off Things by Caren J. Werlinger
Speakeasy by MJ Williamz
Switching Gears by Rhavensfyre
The Heat of Angels by Lisa Girolami
Timeless by Rachel Spangler

Gay Contemporary Romance
A Grand Prix Romance by T.A. Chase & Devon Rhodes
A Heart for Robbie by J.P. Barnaby
A Threefold Cord by Julie Bozza
After the Fall by L.A. Witt
Artist’s Touch by Kerry Adrienne
Backstrokes by Dylan Madrid
Because of Jade by Lou Sylvre
Behind the Curtain by Amy Lane
Blindsided by T.A. Chase & Devon Rhodes
Brokenhearted: Hope Cove Book 1 by Cate Ashwood
Chasing the Dragon by Kate Sherwood
Cub by Jeff Mann
Ethan in Gold Amy Lane
Fall Hard by JL Merrow
Flankman (A Crow Creek Novel) by Nya Rawlyns
Foolish Me by Tinnean
Gathering Storm by Alexa Land
General Misconduct by L.A. Witt
Heart Knot Mine by Lily Velden
Hungry for Love by Rick R. Reed
Hunted by Liz Powell
Junk by Josephine Myles
Jurassic Heart by Anna Martin
Last First Kiss by Diane Adams
Love Lessons by Heidi Cullinan
Message of Love by Jim Provenzano
Mirage by Tia Fielding
Names Can Never Hurt Me by Wade Kelly
Not Just Friends by Jay Northcote
O​ut of the Gate by EM Lynley
Painting Fire on the Air by J.P. Barnaby
Paris Connection by J.P. Bowie
Perfect Imperfections by Cardeno C.
Pick Up the Pieces by Tinnean
Rasputin’s Kiss by L.M. Somerton
Rescued by Felice Stevens
Resurrection Man by K.Z. Snow
Sacrifices by Chris T. Kat
Saving Liam by DP Denman
Serpentine Walls by CJane Elliott
Serving Love At Carnival by T.A. Chase & Devon Rhodes
Solitude by Anna Martin & Tia Fielding
Something Like Spring by Jay Bell
Spencer by J.P. Barnaby
Summer Son by Anna Martin
Takedown by Cat Grant
The Bridge on the River Wye by Adam Fitzroy
The Companion by Lloyd A. Meeker
The Fall Guide by Talya Andor
The Last Thing He Needs by J.H. Knight
The Mating of Michael by Eli Easton
The Only One Who Matters by Cat Grant & L.A. Witt
The Silence of the Stars by Kate McMurray
The Terms of Release by BA Tortuga
The Tin Box by Kim Fielding
Unbroken by Larry Benjamin


FREE Ebook Guide: “Marketing Partnerships for Authors” by Author/Artist Dk Walker


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As an indie author, I have spent many years reading about writing, all the way back to high school, in college and in the present, to comprehend everything that is expected to be mastered for the success of a novel.  Like many of my indie colleagues, I still struggle to get my work ‘just right’ and no matter how much I have learned, I know there is always room for improvement. Without question, I have not been able to retain all the information I have ever read, but I do recall many of the different techniques offered and suggested.  After years of chasing my publishing dream, I finally know where my limitations are.   Aside from writing interesting stories and agent-ready query letters, at least so I have been told, my greatest issue after the fact has been with marketing and promotions.  As mentioned earlier, I remember a lot of this information from early on, and though these rules change or improve somewhat as the publishing industry grows, knowing how to reach a targeted audience is an absolute must for those of us who are doing this on their own and finally have a chance to make the grade.  What really gets me about that is the fact that most of us already know something about Marketing, we may just need a little reminder.  This is where Dk Walker’s free ebook guide, “Marketing Partnerships for Authors” comes in handy.

10706545_857787924245729_1004537334_n“Marketing Partnerships for Authors,” for me, was like a refresher course of information I knew but had forgotten, to understand where I stood with marketing, realize what limits I was putting on myself with marketing, and offered valuable information on how to engage partnerships with readers, writers and promotions in order to help my work become a more universal success.  Just that simple, but it made all the difference in my world to be reminded of some very important techniques that I had somehow allowed to get away from me.

You don’t really have to take my word for it, but I will suggest that you give this book a read.  After all, it’s free, and you never know what you may be missing and/or have forgotten in regards to the many hats that indie authors already wear throughout the process of making their work a success.  To get your copy, please follow this link.

Best wishes on your success!

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About the author:

10707948_857787684245753_873699131_nDK Walker, born and raised in Washington D.C., is an author who’s cut from the old school cloth of storytelling.  He is married, father of two and is fond of saying that life has been a faithful teacher. The lesson’s he’s learned, he has written about, and hopes to compare notes with his readers one book at a time…

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En El Publishing company: includes typesetting, cover design.



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“A Year in the Life” by author Tracy James Jones


Hello to all of my reading friends and colleagues.  I know I have been M.I.A. on here for a good while now, but trust me, I have good reason.  But before I get into all of that I would like to share with you this quote I found a link to early this week.

 “Becoming a writer is not a ‘career decision’ like becoming a doctor or a policeman. You don’t choose it so much as get chosen, and once you accept the fact that you’re not fit for anything else, you have to be prepared to walk a long, hard road for the rest of your days.” ~ Paul Auster

Thank you, Mr. Auster, I couldn’t have said it better.  The only thing I would add to it is that if you are a reader/book reviewer, and guest judge for novel award events, that hard road is gonna have some lovely bumps in it along the way as well. With those words in mind I have to share with you a long list of projects that I somehow managed to juggle over this past year.

For starters, this year has been crazy busy with me reading novels and stories for at least three Novel Award events.

1. Reading for the RONE’ (Romance Novel Awards – event held in Vegas but I missed it because I went to the coast – Biloxi, Miss. – with my family). Check out my cool badge in the sidebar. I love it!

2. The Rainbow Novel Awards (LGBT Event). One last book to read for this one and am I done!

3. And I’m still not sure how I got the job, since December 2013, I’ve read over 80 submissions for the AARP/Huff-Post 50 memoir contest. One of my favorites actually ended up as a top 10 finalist. (Yay!) The winner gets a big cash prize and will be published by Simon & Shuster. How cool is that?

By that, you should know I have not had time for much of anything else.  I won’t have the heart to read anything else for a good while.  Mental overload is the best way to describe what is going on in my crazy head.  I’m suffering from too much information as it is, but I have loved every minute of it! (Smile)

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 Upcoming Event(s):

It has been a while, but I am very happy to report that I am about to take part in a fantastic blog/radio interview.  This one is hosted by J`son M. Lee, a man who wears many hats in the entertainment business, including owner of Sweet Georgia Press, a media, news, and publishing company based in Baltimore, Maryland. I am beyond words in thanks for the opportunity to be interviewed by J`son for his live broadcast on September 24th.  Please check out the post and if you would like, please tune in to the show.  I am beside myself with excitement over this event and hope I don’t embarrass myself from being so thrilled!


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 For those who are not familiar, I was one of the indie authors featured in last year’s IndieVengeance Mass Book Signing Event in Dallas.  That was an extremely wonderful opportunity for me and getting the chance to hang out with so many authors that I had only met online was beyond amazing.  We had authors from coast to coast USA, plus 1 from Canada, and 3 all the way from Australia!  If you missed it, you can read all about it here:  or search my blog for ‘Indie-Vengeance’ and all the pages will come up.

So now, again in October 2014, the IndieVegeance Day Event is on again.  Though we may not have all of the authors in appearance from last year’s event, we do have a big mixture of returning authors and one young lady, who came out to see us and is now a published author herself, will be included in the mix.  A few new authors will be joining us as well, including a children’s author from Spain!  How about that?  Check out the promotional photo below.  If possible, we would love to see you there!


October 25th, 2014, I will have a solo book signing in Denton.  I am also working on at least three other events in the Dallas area, so please stay tuned for more details.  Should I have one close to home, I will certainly be sure to pass that information here, twitter, and my Facebook author page.

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 My final news has nothing to do with writing or reading at all, but it is a feature event that will showcase me and my book “Secrets & Lies.”  The occasion is a gallery photo exhibit this November in Syracuse, New York.  Before I jump all out of my skin over it again, let me share the story of how this came about…

It was sometime this summer that I met an up-and-coming New York Photographer online.  At the time, he had a fundraiser going for him to be able to travel across the United States taking photos of transgender and gender non-confirming individuals for a gallery event and possible table book.  The point of the project was to showcase these types of people and what they have to offer the world outside of their sexualities.  On his website he had a form for people who would be interested in being in his project to fill out with their personal stories. Well, being that I was on break from reading at the moment, I filled out the form.  Next thing I knew I was on his list because he said he loved my story.  (Wow!)  So, he left New York – Syracuse – August 18th and traveled the northern states all the way across to L.A.  On his way back, he traveled the southern states, but when he found he could not make it through Texas because he wanted to spent time with his family in Oklahoma before heading on to Little Rock, Arkansas, he asked me to meet him in Oklahoma City to take my picture.  How cool was that?  (It was a great weekend for pictures and I had a blast). Now that his travels are finally over, he has posted that he will be showcasing those he had photographed in a gallery event in November, and I will be featured in this event!

The event is called The Transcending Gender Project and if you would like to know more about it or would even like to be a part of it, please following this link:   Sorry to say that I will not be able to attend the event in person, at least not this one, but I will share one of the photos and the information about the gallery event.

HeadshotWhere: ArtRage Gallery

505 Hawley Ave.

Syracuse, New York 13201

When: November 8th & 9th, 2014

P.S. – If you are in the Syracuse area, please stop by the event and be sure to tell the Photographer, Rhys Harper, that you got the information from me.  He will love that!

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 Whew! That was a lot of information, huh?  Yeah, I know.  And the year isn’t even over yet.  I have no idea about any other events, but I promise you all that I will keep you informed as best as I can.  Thank you so much for staying with me throughout this post. You guys are the best.   Big hugs & much love ~ Tracy J.

A Little Help

Tracy James Jones:

A little help for author CP Bialois

Originally posted on The BiaLog:

Hello everyone!
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As most of you know, I’m working toward releasing the third book in The Sword in the Flame series, The Lightwalker, in November. To help pave the way, I’m attempting to set the first book in the series, The Forging to perma-free on and I would really appreciate your help.

All you have to do is:
1. Go here:
2. Scroll down until you see the link that says “tell us about a lower price.”
3. Click “Website (online)”
4. Enter this URL: and mark the price at $0.00.
5. Click “Submit feedback.”
If you would be so kind, please repeat step 4 once using each of the following links:

Let me just say ahead of time that you all rock! Thank you so, so much! :)

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BTSeMag: September/October 2014 Issue


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 Hello Everyone,

The September/October issue of BTSeMag is out!   In this issue, cover author New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Dianne Duvall shares with us about her Immortal Guardian’s paranormal romance series. Join us as we chat with Dianne about her work, then take a sneak peek at Night Unbound, the latest in her popular series.

Many more wonderful authors including A.L. Jackson, Quinn Loftis, Mary Manners and more.

Don’t miss these entertaining columns:

Our New Column Debut
Bestseller’s Secret

Chic Trends in Romance

The Hot Hunks of History

The Heat Diva

Ali B. and the Forty Spaceships

The Scrying Eye

Forever Young

BTS Goes Hollywood


To view this issue please follow the link here:
Thank you so much.  Happy reading!

Babs Hightower
Promotions Director/BTS Promotions Team Leader

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