Religion, Rage & wRiting blog tour-Guest post.

Hi, and welcome to The Religion, Rage & w(R)iting Blog Tour for Authors, Shirley-Harris Slaughter, Rhani D’Chae and Harmony Kent. (Click on each author’s name to be taken directly to their Author Page at 4WillsPublishing, where you can learn more about them).

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These three authors are wonderful clients of 4WillsPublishing, a publishing House dedicated to helping authors put out the best written, and marketing products for their literary work, possible.

This tour is a surprise tour, which means the authors knew nothing about it until it started!  This is our gift to them to show our appreciation of their work, their dedication to putting out the great written word, and also a big THANK YOU for allowing us to showcase and promote them.

This is a 3 Author/7 Day/40 Blog Tour!  Yes, for 7 days, The Religion, Rage & w(R)iting Blog Tour will sit on 40 blogs!  And for 7 days, on 40 blogs, you will get a tiny tid-bit of something related to Religion, so that you never forget OUR LADY OF VICTORY, the rage of people, such as that displayed in SHADOW OF THE DRILL, and w(R)iting tips to help you POLISH YOUR PROSE! (Click on each book title to find out more about it)

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This will be a fun tour, an inspirational tour, a delightful tour which has been designed to enlighten you, entertain you and help you overcome those feelings which bind us daily and keeps us from growing from point A to point B.  Each day as you stop by each blog to find out what bit of inspiration is being shared, we ask that you take the time to leave a comment for the authors, visit their blogs, Follow them on Twitter and FB, and last but not least, please PICK UP A COPY OF THEIR BOOKS!  They are all 5 star reads!  And this tour wouldn’t be complete, if you didn’t check out The Religion, Rage & w(R)iting Book Trailer!  (Please note:  these bits and quotes were not taken from the author’s books).

(Place trailer title and link here)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kM3SGg6gUpg&authuser=0

Before we forget, we’ve included another of our authors, Nonnie Jules.  Although she’s a partner in our firm, she is STILL one of our clients!  Her books, THE GOOD MOMMIES’ GUIDE TO RAISING (ALMOST) PERFECT DAUGHTERS, Daydream’s Daughter, Nightmare’s Friend and Sugarcoatin’ Is For Candy & Pacifyin’ Is For Kids! are also very interesting and entertaining reads!

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“When you’ve done all that you can do, do what you should have done in the first place…PRAY.” ~ Nonnie Jules​

 

Thank you for joining us on this stop of our tour.  We are grateful to our host for allowing us to share with this audience and we hope that we have left you wanting more!  To follow this tour, please visit the 4WillsPublishing EVENTS page for the complete tour line-up and to also register to win a SURPRISE pack of books as well as a stint on WHO’S ON THE SHELF WITH NONNIE JULES!  Now, on to the next stop!!!!

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Monday, again. almost over thank goodness

b1fda-closeupfour2Monday, the start of the work week always seems to arrive to quick. Even though I am retired from normal work, I still dread Monday. Even though I no longer hold down a regular job, still Monday, I work out my schedule for the week. How much time should I spend writing, how many guest posts should I have on my blogs? How many books should I  read and review, which books should I chose. Since I don’t charge for my reviews and normally never commit to a time frame, it is left up to my desecration on what to review. Do I have any blog tours scheduled this week? Those along with checking with my wife what is planned by her are the items I consider on Monday. I tweet a lot about the subject of my blogs along with re-tweeting other’s tweets. Especially members of A.S.M.S.G and R.R.B.C. Sometimes I tweet Marsocial tweets but not as much as I used to, my site there is sort of inactive. Then I ask myself, how much time should I spend on LinkedIn or GoodReads. I do spend a lot of time there discussing or reading the discussions. By the time I get my road map complete, the day is gone, thank goodness. How was your day? Anything come up unexpected? The unexpected is what throws my week off, depending on my mood is another. Some days I just don’t wish to follow the outline and just do my own thing, like this blog.

On another front, I am toying with creating a web site on WordPress. I have two sites on Google but I guess when they were created I did not know how to use them effectively and they have just sat there. I update them once a year, I guess I should update them more instead of creating another that is easier to change and improve.

talk back, I’m listening. Have a great week.

Janus Complex by Graeme Gibson-my review

Janus Complex – my review

What, Amazon won’t let me give six stars? Okay, five stars it is. An engaging book of fiction, I have read in a long time. Some Americans might find the local Scottish And British slang of the 1960’s difficult to understand but I found reading around it, I caught the meaning and could follow the story with little difficulty buy the end of the book, I was on top of it with ease. A well-written action adventure that grabs you as the story unfolds both in twenty-one year old Jaime Raeborn’s life and his loves. The author’s descriptions are just enough that you will feel like you are right there next to Jaime, feeling what he feels, seeing what he sees. Tasting his bittersweet life while he struggles through it. The sex scenes are very appropriately placed and descriptive enough to place you in the middle of the action. Even though there are several sex scenes they do not dominate the action in the troubled young man’s life. Struggling to become a man, his life is filled with heartache, sorrow and pain. I won’t go to far in-depth but will say this book will take hold of you and make you stay up late at night to find out what happens next. I purchased this almost a year ago and kept skipping over it doing reviews of other books. Now, I wonder what other gems I have in my queue that I should be reading and reviewing.

Back to the story, I am posting the opening scene for your enjoyment and a sample of this book.

Tuesday 31 October 1967 – Glasgow

It was a great day for a funeral, if you can use words like “great” and “funeral” in the same sentence, Jamie Raeburn reflected gloomily. A dense pall of smoke and dust rising from the demolition of the old Saracen Foundry hung in the damp morning air, clinging to clothes and staining buildings. When it was absorbed into the moist autumn air it became almost viscous, filling nostrils and coating tongues. It was so thick you could taste it ! And it was raining… again! But when did it ever do anything else in this God forsaken city, Jamie asked himself? He felt disconsolate and miserable and wished he could be somewhere else, anywhere else, with the events of the last year erased from his memory, like chalk marks on a pavement washed away by rain. The early morning mist that had drifted like a protective ghost around him and had penetrated into every nook and cranny of the city was lifting at last…

A small crowd had gathered, shuffling about on the pavement outside the close, and Jamie felt uncomfortable with the eyes of this throng on him. He still blamed himself for Jack Connolly’s death, even though he knew that doing so was irrational, and he still imagined accusation in every sideways glance. You’re just being paranoid he told himself angrily for the umpteenth time.

Gibson, Graeme (2013-11-17). The Janus Complex (Dark Secrets) (Kindle Locations 85-87). . Kindle Edition.

Gibson, Graeme (2013-11-17). The Janus Complex (Dark Secrets) (Kindle Locations 74-81). . Kindle Edition.

If you haven’t read or know I friend that reads a lot, especially this type of book, I highly recommend it. I loved the story so well, here are a couple of links to pick up your copy.

http://www.amazon.com/Janus-Complex-Dark-Secrets-Book-ebook/dp/B00E9TO8CO/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1417976844&sr=1-1&keywords=Janus+Complex

Finding Refuge Release Day Blitz by Cathi Shaw- Guest Post

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Finding Refuge Release Day Blitz

by Cathi Shaw

Genre: YA/ Fantasy

December 4th 2014

Series: The Marked Ones

After successfully escaping Séreméla, Thia, Kiara and Mina agree to meet in the newly created safe haven of The Refuge. As a precaution they take different paths to their destination, only to discover those paths force them even farther away from one another. As one pitfall and danger after another emerges, they are once again left to wonder if there is anyone they can trust and if they will ever uncover the secrets of the Prophecy.

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RSVP to the Facebook Release Party for prizes and fun!

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Don’t miss book one

Five Corners (Book One)

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Attention all authors, reviewers, & readers

Welcome

Today is RRBC recruitment day. For those authors out there looking to get your work noticed, The Rave Review Book Club is the place to go. Thou they charge a membership fee, it is well worth if you become active in the club. They will get your name and book out there for the readers. Readers and Reviewers should join as well. It is a nice place to learn about new authors and their books. Try it for a while and say “A.G.Moye” sent you. You won’t be sorry, they are a great group pushing your name and book (s) into the public’s eye. They are small and growing fast, what do you have to lose. Anything that boost your work as you build your brand, is a good thing. Drop by this link to join today-http://ravereviewsbynonniejules.wordpress.com/join-here/  YOU will NOT regret it, just a reminder, type my name into your application as sponsor.

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