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Spark! Into the World of J.M. Hackman

I'm so excited to kick off the blog tour for J.M. Hackman's debut portal fantasy, Spark! In this post, we have a visual extravaganza for your eyes to devour. J.M talks about the inspiration for her characters, we get a small tour of the land of Linneah, and we have a special treat. Today, I... Continue Reading →

Into the Mind of Amy Brock McNew

A little flashback from last year. I loved doing this interview!

Faith & Fantasy Alliance

Spekkies, today we have author Amy Brock McNew with us! Get ready to delve into her mind.

Hi Amy!  What are you most looking forward to about attending this year’s conference?

Well, for one, Tosca Lee is going to be there. Hanging out with her is always a riot. The Nerf war is a highlight for me. We have some extraordinary faculty this year, so the classes are going to rock. Most of all, this year my husband and son are coming with me. I’m excited to introduce them to my tribe, and they’re stoked about learning more about the publishing world.

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Cover Reveal for Antoinette’s Fall

I'm stoked to bring to you the cover reveal for Sloane Nichole's debut Paranormal Romance! Already firmly established in contemporary romance, author Skye Turner is joining us over here on the dark side! She's tapping into her massive talent to bring us tales full of fantastical creatures, magic, and of course, her trademark steamy romance.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Reconciliation by Amy Brock McNew

Thanks to Janeen for this kickin’ review!

Janeen Ippolito - Speculative Fiction Author

Some ghosts from the past refuse to stay dead.

Finally. Finally everything is coming together for Liz Brantley.

She’s marrying Ryland Vaughn, the man of her dreams. She’s embraced her calling and battles the minions of hell bent on her destruction. And she’s left her dark past far behind her.

Or so she thought.

A secret she holds close, stuffed down deep, surfaces at the wrong time for everyone in Liz’s life, leaving a trail of devastation. Left reeling, Liz wonders if she made a mistake, putting her trust in God, her guardian Arie, and Ryland.

And the demon Kade capitalizes on her shaken faith. With a vengeance.

Torn between her tortured past and the future she craves, Liz is desperate to defeat every demon that stands in her way.

Before all hell breaks loose and swallows her whole (from Amazon).

Another intense read from Amy Brock McNew…

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Heart of a Hero

In the Reluctant Warrior Chronicles, I write about heroes and heroines who fight demons. But what makes them heroes? Is it the way they face down the enemy on the battlefield? Is it because they reach out to help those around them, or rescue those in untenable situations? Is it because they rally together to encourage... Continue Reading →

Guest Blog: Amy Brock McNew on Monsters, Misfits, Mushy Stuff, and Reluctant Warriors

This is the final stop on the blog tour! It has been a blast, and I’ve worked with some amazing bloggers on this tour. Thank you all! I hope you enjoythe ladt stop, where I dish about monsters, misfits, and mushy stuff.

Janeen Ippolito - Speculative Fiction Author

(This week I’m delighted to hand the blog over to author Amy Brock McNew and her newest release, Reconciliation!)

Thanks so much for having me today, Janeen! I’m excited to share some insider stuff from The Reluctant Warrior Chronicles!

To kick things off…Monsters.

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In TRWC, I’ve got plenty of those. Angels (let’s face it, they can be downright scary sometimes!), demons, and the kind of monsters that can be even more frightening, humans with a broken conscience, blackened soul, and an agenda. And boy, do I have a plethora of each!

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Angels. Yeah, in my stories, they’re not so much the sitting on fluffy clouds, playing harps, occasionally rescuing people kind of creatures. After tons of research, I decided to go a different direction with my angels than I’ve seen before. My Heavenly crew are all warriors. Seraphim, angels full of divine fire, soldiers and…

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Writing Lessons Learned

The next stop on the blog tour is New Authors Fellowship. Today, I’m passing on some great advice that was given to me.

The New Authors Fellowship

Guest Blogger: Amy Brock McNew

Buy Amy's book at the L2L2 website: http://bit.ly/2h0CoeYBuy Amy’s book at her publisher’s website.

Three days ago, my second novel released to an expectant audience who have been hounding me to get it into their hands. It is, in a word, surreal. I’ve put two books out in the world, and people actually like them!

When I think about it, it’s overwhelming. I’m just an average chick who’s spent her life mainly in the music and hospitality industries with a stint as a nurse in the mix. I bounced around the country for a few years and got into a whole mess of stuff I never should’ve. Then I wound up in Indiana, blessed with a husband, a passel of kids, and now a grandbaby, coming up with stories for a living.

None of that was what I’d imagined for myself. Even so, it’s my reality, and I love it.

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How did…

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BLOGWORDS – Wednesday 25 January 2017 – WREADING WEDNESDAY SPECIAL EDITION RELEASE EVENT – RECONCILIATION by AMY BROCK MCNEW

Another stop on the #Reconciliation blog tour!
Robin gives her review, then I answer a few questions about myself. Thanks for having me, Robin. And I hope you guys enjoy getting to know a little more about me and my stories.

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BLOGWORDS – Wednesday 25 January 2017 – WREADING WEDNESDAY SPECIAL EDITION RELEASE EVENT – RECONCILIATION by AMY BROCK MCNEW

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Some ghosts from the past refuse to stay dead.

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Gutsier. Edgier. Deeper and darker.

Anger rages. It rears its ugly head and takes control. Sneaks in and sneaks up, and snakes around your self-control, infesting your peace with turmoil.

As Liz and Ryland’s journey continues, the demons they face are more deceiving, more subtle. And much more evil.

But the fiercer battles, the uglier demons are the ones they fight on the inside. Their personal demons.

“Humans reacted so often out of emotion. Especially anger. They never seemed to realize it debilitated them and left them vulnerable. They didn’t think clearly when running on rage and that played right into Kade’s hand.”

When the battle rages around, Liz strikes…

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The Battle Continues

    As I sit here on release day  for my second novel, I'm in awe. I have two books published. It's surreal.   Three years ago, almost to the day, I began this journey. I finally gave in to my sisters' urging (The none too subtle or gentle urging. More like shoving me off... Continue Reading →

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