Sunday, February 23, 2020

*Book Tour & Giveaway* Bloodborn by Sydney Winward-GUEST POST


Bloodborn 
Bloodborn Series Book 1 
by Sydney Winward 
Genre: Paranormal Romance 


Adam Degore's personal need to find a cure for vampirism drives him to ensnare a vampire, but the creature he captures is Dracula's daughter. Worse yet, he's drawn to her—a monster he's vowed to kill.

Despite her father's wishes, Willow chooses to live among humans instead of the vampire conclave where she would be safe. She wants a life filled with more than shadows. Being captured by a human, not to mention falling in love with one, is not part of her plan.

With vampires and blood hunters closing in on their chosen prey, Adam and Willow need to trust one another. But will that trust come in time for them to survive and find a future together? 




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Sydney Winward was born with an artistic brain and a love of discovery for new talents. From drawing to sewing to music, she has loved to explore every opportunity that comes her way. At a young age, Sydney discovered her love of writing and wrote her first book at twelve years old, and since then, she hasn't been able to stop writing. Her active imagination and artistic mind take her away to different worlds and time periods, making every new story a fantastic adventure. When she is not writing (or fawning over animals in the neighborhood) she spends time with her husband and children at home in Utah. 





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Silver Dagger Book Tours Guest Blog Questions


What are you currently reading?
I’ve been devouring the Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J. Maas. I just finished the fourth in the series, and I am in love with the characters, the writing style, and the plot. Chaol is my absolute favorite character. He had a few annoying moments in Queen of Shadows, but by the end, I loved him again. I definitely recommend this series to anyone who hasn’t read it, and I also recommend her other series, A Court of Thorns and Roses.

Do you have any “side stories” about the characters?
Each book in the Bloodborn series can be considered a side story, just about different characters. The order goes as follows (and yes, all paranormal romance!):
1. Bloodborn: The first in the series about Willow Ardelean and Adam Degore.
2. Bloodbond: The second in the series about Zachariah Degore and Laurel Covaci.
3. Bloodbane: The third in the series about Oriel Covaci (Laurel’s brother) and Cosette Dragomir).
4. Still untitled, can’t for the life of me figure out what to call it: The fourth in the series about Luca Dragomir (Cosette’s youngest brother and Laurel’s old flame) and Kirsa Frey (daughter of the dwarven chieftain).
5. Bloodscourge: The fifth in the series. This book takes place a thousand years before Bloodborn, and it’s about Dracula and Elisabeta.
6. Blood Heir: The sixth in the series, and the one I’m currently working on, about Jesper (Dracula’s grandson) and Alavara (a dark elf princess).

Do you have a favorite movie?
I have several that I consider 10s on a scale from 1-10. 
Little Women (the old one as well as the one that just came out in 2019)
Stardust (I’ve never laughed so hard at a movie in my life!)
How to Train Your Dragon (all three movies)
Mission Impossible: Fallout
Cinderella Live Action
Spiderman: Far From Home

How do you find time to write as a parent?
Time to write? What’s that? Haha, but seriously. I have a 2-year-old and a 4-month-old, and there doesn’t seem to be a spare moment in the day. My toddler suddenly decided to stop taking naps, and we’re in the midst of sleep training the baby. When the baby naps, I stick my toddler in front of the tv. Did I ever think I would be one of those parents? Heck no! But you gotta do what you gotta do to maintain a little bit of sanity. I think my soul would die if I never had any time to write, so I somehow manage to squish it into my schedule throughout the day.

What are some of your pet peeves?
1. Losing something. I will tear my entire house apart to find it. I will go to Valhalla and back just to locate it again. What if I’m late for something? Doesn’t matter. I must find it or I will go absolutely berserk.
2. Getting my hair pulled. It doesn’t matter if it gets caught in a tent zipper, pulled by a toddler, or anything else. If you pull my hair, you will die.
3. A messy house. This one doesn’t make sense because I am a super messy person. 
4. The sun in my eyes. I can be in a happy mood one moment, and then the next I will want to strangle someone if the sun is in my eyes, whether while driving, in the reflection of my abnormally shiny kitchen floor, or glaring back at me in the snow.

What are your top 10 favorite books/authors?
1. The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson
2. Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
3. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
4. A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
5. Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J. Maas
6. Miss Kane’s Christmas by Caroline Mickelson
7. Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson
8. Hope Springs Series by Sarah Eden
9. Friends and Foes by Sarah Eden
10. To be determined

Do you read yourself and if so what is your favorite genre?
I love reading. I’m not a very fast reader, but I do set a Goodreads yearly reading goal. This year’s goal is at 25 books. Hopefully I will be able to reach my goal, as I didn’t reach last year’s goal :( But I was closeish! 20/25 last year and I’m hoping to do better this year.

Some of my favorite books to read are in the fantasy/paranormal categories. Vampires. Witches. Shapeshifters. Dragons. Oh, and ROMANCE! It’s not an absolute requirement for the books I read to be romantic, but I do live for the cute.

Are your characters based off real people or did they all come entirely from your imagination?
They come straight from my imagination. So don’t worry, Mom! Any likeness to any of my characters if purely coincidental.

Advice they would give new authors?
Make each chapter count. If it doesn’t further the story, if it just adds more unnecessary words to your story, then take it out! The common pitfalls I see with new writers are as follows:

1. Adding scenes to their stories that don’t make sense or don’t need to be there.
2. Switching back and forth between past tense and present tense.
3. Adding too many dialogue tags.
4. Writing with passive voice.

Do you believe in writer’s block?
Not at all. If the story or the scene or even the sentence isn’t coming, then SKIP IT! You can always come back to it. Either that, or trudge through it. I love the quote “You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.”

Tell us something really interesting that's happened to you!
I used to ride TRAX to my college every day, and one morning, I saw this man standing up with a large soda in his hand, the plastic kind you get from Del Taco. I thought to myself, “That guy is going to drop his soda.” I forgot about him and turned back to my book. A couple minutes later, I heard a giant splash and looked up to see soda all over the ground. 

What is something unique/quirky about you?
I have a “rollerblading gang”. When we were teenagers, the four of us would go on rollerblading trips across the city. Sometimes to the wetlands, other times to the library, and plenty of times we’d go out late at night when most of the city was asleep. We all still rollerblade ten years later.

What did you edit out of this book?
There was a part where Adam Degore was trying to woo Willow in order to get something he wanted, but I decided that it was completely against his character to even attempt to woo. I tore out the whole scene and rewrote it from scratch.

What does your writing process look like?
I am what they call a plotster (somewhere in between a pantser and a plotter). I have a basic outline in my head, though I never write it down. And then I write. And then it all comes together nicely in the end. Hey, if it works, it works, right?

What are you currently working on?
So I had five books written in the Bloodborn Series, the first of which is published and the second is coming out soon. I was in the process of writing a story about a princess and a druid with magic and dragons, but then the idea for #6 in the Bloodborn Series hit me like a brick. I tried my HARDEST to ignore the call of the book because I needed to finish my druid story. But the pressure built and built until I couldn’t handle it anymore. I opened a new document, and the story just exploded. I’m two weeks into the explosion and I’ve already written 25,000 words. The story was desperate to get out, and I’m absolutely in LOVE.

What is it about?

In the very first chapter, Dracula (the king of vampires) is killed in battle, and his grandson, Jesper, inherits the throne. Within the first month of his rule, he finds five armies on his doorstep, and after the battle when Dracula had fallen, the city wasn’t ready for another war. He is forced into a treaty to take the daughter of the elven king as his mate, but little does he know that she has deadly plans of her own. There is more at stake than just his heart… Or is there? An iron dagger can do a lot of damage after all.

Who are the characters?

Jesper Degore: He’s a vampire. He’s frightening and can be ruthless. He’s driven by his duties as the new vampire king, and thinks of little else except his work. He’s convinced he’s not able to fall in love, that his heart is only filled with cobwebs and echoes.

Alavara Elroris: Daughter of the elven king. He has honed her since birth to be a deadly assassin. Stealthy as shadows. Quick with her knives. She can take down eight male vampires without any weapons using her knowledge of the body’s weak points.

What is your most favorite character to write in Bloodborn?
I had a lot of fun writing Adam Degore because he’s so serious and his knowledge of herbs and how they can hurt or kill someone is entertaining.

I also loved writing Zachariah Degore (Adam’s younger brother). He’s been a feral vampire for half of his life, and he has to relearn what it means to actually live his life rather than waste away in a dark cellar. The second book in the Bloodborn Series is about Zachariah and his journey of self-discovery. Oh, and don’t forget the romance! He’s determined that his first love be his only love.


5 Things Adam Degore Can’t Live Without
1. A weapon. Doesn’t matter what kind. Sword, dagger, nails. Heck, he could probably even kill someone with a twig if he was determined enough.
2. A second weapon. In case the first weapon doesn’t work. But of course, he’d need to conceal this one. In his boot. Beneath his armor. Maybe even inside his glove. You can never be too careful.
3. His horse. Doesn’t have a name. Doesn’t need one. The blood hunter brand on the creature’s shoulder speaks for itself. If you steal his horse, he will hunt you down.
4. Several reliable herbs. Violet brittlebrush to knock a man out. Wolfsbane to stop lycanthropy just in case. Perhaps even a few healing herbs. Being a blood hunter is dangerous work after all.
5. His brother. Everything he has done up until this point has been for his brother. Becoming a blood hunter. Dedicating his life to hunting dark creatures. If only saving him was within his own reach.




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*Book Tour & Giveaway* Behind the Glass by Kristen Morgen


Behind the Glass 
State Street Series Book 1 
by Kristen Morgen 
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance 


Rebecca Jordan’s life is simple, disciplined and uncomplicated, at least on the surface. Then she meets a handsome stranger/secret admirer named Michael Vale one fateful late night at a bookstore cafĂ©. As a focused but struggling photographer with a passion for art, her outwardly happy world is turned upside down during this life-changing encounter when she quickly realizes she has met her soul mate. The undeniable attraction between them and their intense, immediate connection seems picture perfect as they discuss the shop’s local artwork, until Rebecca abruptly ends the chance meeting with no explanation.

Betraying Brett, her loyal, loving boyfriend is something she can never bring herself to do. Driven by a strong moral code and molded by divorced parents and a tumultuous childhood, she struggles to stay away from Michael, but fate and circumstance intervene, bringing them back together time and time again. As much as she resists, there is no denying her true feelings for him and the simple fact that Michael understands her in a way Brett never has. Michael proves to be everything she’s ever wanted, but remains just out of her reach.

Behind the Glass tells the story of Michael and Rebecca’s extraordinary love and the many unconventional stages their relationship must go through. Their morals and their faith in true love and in each other will be put to the test as they learn that meeting one’s soul mate does not come without obstacles.





Kristen Morgen is a contemporary romance author and a licensed architect with her own architectural firm. A creative spirit, she can’t remember a time in her life when she didn’t crave designing, creating, discovering, and using her imagination in some way. 

Her romance writing interests may seem rather different from her daily career, where she focuses on designing homes, but all good architects are, at heart, just artists creating something imagined onto paper. The two practices and creative processes balance each other well. 

Kristen was an avid reader from an early age, and it was her love for the romance genre, her favorite guilty pleasure, that encouraged her to hone her passion for writing. She loves the art of shaping words and sentences into relatable stories while creating rich characters for her readers to connect with. 

Her debut novel ‘Behind the Glass’ explores relationships and the little reasons people fall in love with each other while uncovering deeper truths. 

Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, she currently resides in Connecticut with her husband and two daughters. When she’s not designing homes, she dedicates her free time to her second novel and reads almost anything she can get her hands on. 

Kristen Morgen is a hopeless romantic to the end. 





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Saturday, February 22, 2020

*Book Tour & Giveaway* Deleted by Ruth Mitchell


Deleted
by Ruth Mitchell
Genre: YA Speculative 


Lucy Campbell is the last person you'd expect to hack minds. The college freshman prefers vintage technology, old books and retro fashion. But when she makes a fool of herself in front of her crush, Marco Han, she wishes she could erase the whole episode from his brilliant mind. She's shocked to learn that her older sister, Mollie, can do just that.

Mollie tells Lucy she's found a way to delete people's memories via Spex, the thought-activated successor to smart phones and Google Glass. Yet, when Mollie breaks into Marco's mind, she decides not to erase any embarrassing moments because he already has a crush on Lucy. Encouraged by her sister's discovery, Lucy stops avoiding Marco. Soon, the two are dating, and Marco, a tech guru in his own right, elevates Mollie's mind hacking from a guilty pleasure to an efficient crime-solving tool.

As the three infiltrate more minds, they realize they're not the only ones who can steal memories. Marco suddenly forgets Lucy; and Mollie forgets that she could ever mind hack. Lucy's mind should be safe because she doesn't wear Spex. But then the mysterious hacker, Nick Lethe, comes after her in person.

Lucy flees to the woods, the only place safe from the surveillance of the ubiquitous Spex. If Nick finds her, he'll erase her memories or worse. If she doesn't find him --and stop him -- no one will know that minds can be hacked and lives rewritten. 





RUTH MITCHELL lives in San Diego with her husband and four marvelous children. Whether she’s writing science fiction, contemporary Rom Com or a women’s fiction ghost story, she strives to create clean, smart books with lots of heart. 

Currently her only published book is DELETED. 








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*Book Tour & Giveaway* Between Wild & Ruin by Jennifer G. Edelson-GUEST POST


Between Wild and Ruin 
by Jennifer G. Edelson 
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance 


Truth, like love, isn't always obvious. 

Seventeen-year-old Ruby Brooks has never had a boyfriend. After moving to small-town La Luna, New Mexico following her mother’s untimely death, boys aren’t even on her radar. Ruby just wants to forget the last horrible year and blend in. But when she discovers an ancient pueblo ruin in the forest behind her house, and meets Ezra, a bitter recluse whose once-perfect face was destroyed in an accident he won’t talk about; Angel, La Luna’s handsome sheriff’s deputy, and Leo, a stranger who only appears near the ruin, Ruby finds herself teetering between love, mystery, and other worlds. What happened to Ezra’s face? And why is she so attracted to the one boy in town everyone despises? As Ruby unravels her own connections to both Ezra and the pueblo ruin, she’ll learn surfaces are deceiving. Especially in the heart of New Mexico, where spirits and legends aren’t always just campfire stories. 

Set against a Northern New Mexico backdrop, Between Wild and Ruin is a young adult coming of age story that captures the wild and whimsical pulse of New Mexico through the eyes of teens Ruby Brooks, Angel Ruiz, and Ezra Lucero. The first book in the Wild and Ruin series, Between Wild and Ruin explores the time-tested credo ‘never judge a book by its cover’ through a paranormal lens, weaving Puebloan and Hispanic folklore and Southwest cultural narratives into tightly written, high-concept fiction ‘brimming with mystery, intrigue,’ and as Kirkus Reviews puts it, an “intriguing historical drama and an over-the top quadrangle romance.” 





Jennifer G. Edelson is a writer, trained artist, former attorney, pizza lover, and hard-core Bollywood fan. She has a BFA in Sculpture and a J.D. in law and has taught both creative writing and legal research and writing at several fine institutions, including the University of Minnesota. Originally a California native, she currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband, kids, and dog, Hubble after surviving twenty-plus years in the Minnesota tundra (but still considers Los Angeles, the Twin Cities, and Santa Fe all home). Other than writing, Jennifer loves hiking, traveling, Albert Camus, Dr. Seuss, dark chocolate, drinking copious amounts of coffee, exploring mysterious places, and meeting new people—if you’re human (or otherwise), odds are she’ll probably love you. 



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What Makes Someone a ‘Real’ Writer?

Something a lot of people don’t know, is that I repeated ninth grade twice then dropped out of school in tenth grade after being kicked out of a few too many high schools. I’m usually articulate, come from a demonstrably educated family, and have a BA and a law degree, so people are often pretty shocked to learn I had a less than traditional education. But the truth is, I seriously hated high school and ditched it all together after flailing for years. Honestly, when it comes up in conversation, sometimes I love waiting for just the right moment to drop the info, because people’s reactions are so funny — the slack jaw and eye bloom; as if an education is somehow the only measure of talent or skill (it helps though . . . so kids, stay in school!).

I was a super difficult teenager. As in, really difficult. I was also uber sensitive in this very lonely ‘who am I, what’s the meaning of life’ way. Because of that, I spent way too much time looking for ‘answers’ and ignoring consequences. There’s this quote by Albert Camus that goes: “You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.” Though I take the quote with a grain of salt, getting older and looking back at what felt so permanent at the time but wasn’t, has better enabled me to take ideas like this to heart. I still spend a good amount of time thinking about meaning, but perspective has been a lifesaver. Still, the stuff that’s lingered — I know as well today as I did back then that those feelings are not only part of the human condition, but a condition (maybe rightfully) endemic to teens. It’s partly why I love writing in the YA genre. Most adults don’t give kids and teens enough credit for being smart, savvy, sensitive, and super creative people. I acknowledge that, and I like writing stories that both resonates with them AND respects those feelings.

But I digress. My point is, outside of law school, I never formally studied writing. I never even really learned the fundamentals of grammar and the other traditional things you learn about English in high school. And for me at least, this is where I think Camus’ quote is also vital. Because I didn’t have a degree in English or Creative Writing, because I hadn’t been to workshops, because I couldn’t get and agent, etc. I spent years telling myself I wasn’t and couldn’t be a ‘real’ writer. And in the process, I ignored the things under my nose that were key. Rather than just owning my writing, I kept waiting to score some imagined title that validated my reasons for doing it — something I thought would allow me to swim among the people I knew with more formal writing backgrounds and degrees. I kept thinking, ‘if only’ and wasted a lot of time, energy, and opportunity because of it, that I could have used to learn the craft better and succeed.

I have friends who majored in English and have MFA degrees, friends who have published traditionally, and friends who have no formal background but who’ve maintained lifelong careers and made a lot of money self-publishing, to everything in-between. And while the formal training route seems to better confer access to certain connections independent publishers and indy writers struggle to make, and perhaps more of a foundational structure to build upon, frankly my self-made self-published friends overall have done just as well career-wise, if not better. They also seem to have an advantage. They write for themselves and so only have themselves and the indy writing community (which is wonderfully supportive) to rely on. As a result, they’ve developed much thicker, more motivated skin. They understand the fundamentals of writing and publishing inside and out and know how to get the job done. And surprisingly, they write more. A lot more. Unlike some of my more ‘traditional’ writing friends, they aren’t waiting around to ‘get discovered’ but forging their own destinies.

What I’ve discovered both through knowing these people and through my own experiences, is that when it comes to writing and publishing, it’s all good. There isn’t just one effective way to write and/or publish, or one way to be a writer, despite what the ‘experts’ in the field try to sell you. I hate to be clichĂ©, but I’ve learned through years of experience that you don’t need fancy degrees, or classes. You don’t have to go to conferences, or workshops, or score an agent, or win awards, or even publish. You have to just do it. Stop talking about wanting to write, or dreaming about it, and then coming up with excuses. If you never take that leap, you aren’t a writer. If you write, whatever it is, you are. Period.



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Friday, February 21, 2020

*Book Tour & Giveaway* Dungeon Corps by Jaxon Reed-GUEST POST


Dungeon Corps 
Crypts of Phanos 
by Jaxon Reed 
Genre: Epic Fantasy 


Deep under the city of Phanos, the crypts are filled with monsters. Dungeon Corps works hard to contain them.

Recruited from prisons, outcasts, misfits, those expelled from academies and even rare volunteers, Dungeon Corps produces outstanding fighters.

When an ancient threat troubles the Queen’s Land once more, a grizzled veteran leads his young team down into the depths to rescue the lost and slay a horror known as Ludge.

But two on his team hold closer ties to the monster than anyone realizes. They are elves, running from assassins tracking them relentlessly since birth.

Ludge should have died 50 years ago. Now it’s up to the team to finish the job. In doing so, they uncover startling secrets known only to a chosen few.

They discover the elves’ forbidden existence and their raw untapped power can reshape the world.

If they survive. 


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Jaxon Reed is a science fiction and fantasy author. Amazon's Kindle Press selected his book, The Empathic Detective: A Mystery Thriller, for publication through Kindle Scout. Recently, Ghostsuit: An Empathic Detective Novel also won a contract through Kindle Scout. 

Other recent books include Thieves and Wizards, an epic fantasy, and The Redwood Trilogy Box Set, a science fiction bundle. 

Jaxon is an Aggie, living in Texas on a ranch with his wife and boys, several cats, and one pound dog. 

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Which of your novels can you imagine made into a movie? 
I’d love to see my Empathic Detective series optioned, or Pirates of the Milky Way, or Dungeon Corps. I think they would all do better as a series instead of an hour and a half movie.




Does your book fall into a fantasy subgenre?
Dungeon Corps has a bit of a “LitRPG” feel to it. Early readers who played role playing games said it reminded them of that. But, there are no “stat boxes” or designated leveling. So, it has game-like elements, but it does not fall in the LitRPG genre per se. I really wanted to focus more on character development than leveling, so that is why I chose that approach. As such, Dungeon Corps falls more in the “Epic Fantasy” category than any other. 
Where did you come up with the name for the book?
Dungeon Corps does involve a slight play on words, since “dungeon core” novels are popular in fantasy and LitRPG. My Aggie friends no doubt will suspect I was thinking at least a little about the Corps at Texas A&M, those ROTC students studying to be officers in our Armed Forces. 

What did you enjoy most about writing this book? 
The book involves some of my favorite elements in story telling. One is the coming together and gradual cohesiveness of a team. Another is the redemption of outcasts. Finally, I do like good old dungeon crawls, and this book has those in spades. I had a lot of fun writing the book, and I hope it shows. 



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*Book Tour & Giveaway* Loving a Young Series by Stacy Eaton


Wesley 
Loving a Young Series, Book 1
by Stacy Eaton
Genre: Contemporary Romance 


Traumatized by events of her past, Charlotte Bennett is not a fan of strangers. When she sees a man touching her daughter at the park, she reacts without listening. It’s only later when her daughter is rushed to the hospital that she realizes how wrong she had been.

Doctor Wesley Young only wanted to help the tender-aged girl he witnessed fall, but when her mother attacks him at the park, he’s left stunned. When the little girl arrives later in the emergency department, he comes face to face with the mother makes more of an impression on him than the cut she left on his face.

Things heat up quick when Marisol is no longer his patient, but when things from the past are revealed, Wes isn’t sure that Charlotte is the woman for him. Can Charlotte find a way to explain it all so that Wes will accept both her and her daughter before it’s too late?





Henley 
Loving a Young Series, Book 2 


Being a wedding planner is hard, especially when someone is always trying to steal your business, and your family doesn’t support you. However, Roxanne Novak is determined to keep her business afloat. When Roxy’s in a car accident hurrying to meet a potential bride, she’s injured and scared, but paramedic Henley Young takes good care of her.

Henley loves his job and thrives on the adrenaline of helping people in need. Maybe that’s why when he meets Roxy, he’s inclined to help her with more than just medical care. Hooking her up with his older brother Wesley and his bride-to-be could be just what she needs. It might also be the start of something between the Lee and the spunky little wedding planner.

When a position at a country club is offered to Roxy, she finds herself rethinking her entire business plan. Excited to start someplace new, Roxy and Henley begin making plans for the future. Just after she starts her new job, Roxy learns of Lee’s past relationship, and everything she knew about him is questioned.

Can Roxy and Henley put the past to bed and move forward to something that might be more than what both of them had ever hoped for? 

The Loving A Young Series is about a family of six siblings finding love in today’s world. Wesley, Book 1 and Henley, Book 2 will soon be joined with Huntley, Riley, Bradley and Kayley. 






Stacy Eaton is a USA Today Bestselling author and began her writing career in October of 2010. Stacy took early retirement from law enforcement after over fifteen years of service in 2016 due to a second serious concussion. Her last three years on the job were in investigations and crime scene investigation. She now writes full-time. 

Stacy resides in southeastern Pennsylvania with her husband, who works in law enforcement, and her teen daughter. Stacy also has a son who is currently serving in the United States Navy. She is also very involved in Domestic Violence Awareness and served on the Board of Directors for her local Domestic Violence Center for three years. 

Stacy writes a variety of genres, but mostly romance. She enjoys writing real-life stories that people can relate too with real-life problems, emotions, and solutions. 

Her favorites: Classic cars, photography, Disney, music, coffee and her favorite sweatshirt that says, "You are dangerously close to getting killed in my next novel." 

Visit Stacy's website for more information on her and her books. 





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