Monday, November 18, 2013

Cover Reveal!!!

I love, love, LOVE, Cover Reveals! And this is a good one….
Look at all the pretty!

Makes you want to know more doesn't it? Well, here you go!

Kelsi always Knows when bad things are coming, but even she never thought she’d lose her husband at only twenty-three. Since he died, she’s been living her worst nightmare. 

Her nights are filled with dreams of a Dark Haired Man, but her days are full of guilt, because the Man fills her with longing and confusion, promising to give her all she needs, all she wants, all she feared she’d never have again.
If only the dreams would stay in her head where they belong. 
Kelsi starts seeing the Dark Haired Man in her waking life, shadowing her wherever she goes. And when her mysterious new neighbor, Aiden Hardt, knows about the Man in her dreams, Kelsi worries she can’t trust her own mind.
He’s not what he seems.
But even Aiden’s cryptic words don’t frighten her as much as the way she feels around him. Kelsi must sort through her emotions and figure out what’s real before she can ever hope to have a normal life again.

Here's more about the lovely Author!

About the Author

Barbara was born and raised in Southern California, but left to explore the world courtesy of the U.S. Navy. After traveling the world, she forced herself to live a humble life in in San Francisco, New York and Norfolk, Virginia. She now calls San Diego home and you won’t pry her out with a crowbar.
She would be the first  to tell you her husband, Henry, is the inspiration for all the romance, and the real Charlie - who is as cute as he sounds in her books - is a terrorist. When not working for the U.S. Navy, she can be found running, reading or writing. She firmly believes a well rounded diet consists of coffee, scotch, chocolate, popcorn and Luna Bars. In that order. 
She's a graduate of CUNY and Penn State - and manages to write a decent line here and there despite those burdens. 
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Monday, November 4, 2013

Adorned by Georgeann Swiger

This looks like a good one! And look at that awesome cover! Keep reading to find out more.

When seventeen-year-old Anya finds out she’s actually an angel being trained to protect humanity, she discovers that becoming an angel has nothing to do with wings and haloes. For Anya, becoming an angel has to do with death—her death.
Micah, the angelic soldier ordered to protect her until she transitions from human to angel, promises her death will be a glorious experience as long as she follows his rules. But getting Anya through this life and to the next isn’t as simple as Micah expects. His job becomes even more difficult after he unwittingly performs a miracle that exposes Anya’s hidden angelic light.  

With her secret out, Hell’s legions begin targeting her. Unfortunately, Hell’s minions are the least of Micah’s worries. He’s more concerned about the forbidden human emotions he’s developed toward Anya.  Even more troubling, is she seems to love him too. And giving in to those feelings, could mean dire consequences for them both.

You know you want to know more…so here is more! 



Micah sits in the chair at the head of the table. He lowers his head and mouths something under his breath before snatching the fork from the table.  
“What happened to you?” I ask. “Did you change your mind about running away?”
“I didn’t run away.” 
When he lifts meatloaf to his mouth, I pull his plate toward me. “I’m tired of waiting for you to tell me what’s going on.”
He swallows. “I’m from the Triad.” 
“Is that a foster home?” 
“What’s a foster home?” He tastes his mashed potatoes.. “Aren’t you going to eat anything?”
“I’m not hungry. Just tell me what’s going on.”
After he chugs his iced tea, he gets up and squats in front of me, balancing on his toes. No emotion crosses his face. The odd vibration in the room sends a tremor over my skin. Something’s off.  When Micah finally speaks, his voice is flat and emotionless. “I am an angel of the Lord, and your new guardian, here to escort you into the Kingdom of Heaven.”  
I stare at him until the truth dawns on me. Micah’s crazy. How did I not see it to begin with? No sane person would be running around naked in a thunderstorm. That old Simon guy was probably with some mental asylum. He should have put Micah in a straightjacket when he had the chance. Now I’m locked in the dining room with a big strong psycho.
“Aren’t you going to say anything?” The scar in his Micah’s eyebrow deepens when he tilts his head to the side to study me. “When you enter the Kingdom you’ll become an angel.” He seems at ease, like a serial killer waiting to strike. “I intend to make your human death the most wonderful experience of your life.”
“My…human death?” Even though my voice cracks, I manage to force myself to smile. I glance at the locked doors and slowly scoot my chair away from the table. 
He touches my knee. “I’m happy to tell you, you won’t be stuck here much longer.”
When I think enough distance is between us, I use all my strength to shove him down and run for the door.
When I look over my shoulder, Micah gets to his feet, glaring at me. 
“Stay away from me!” My trembling hand can’t get the key to cooperate. I keep trying to get the key in the lock, but it slips out of my sweaty fingers and drops to the floor. I pound on the door. “Aunt Celeste!” I scream.
When I look back, Micah sits at the table, flicking his finger on the butter knife, making it spin it like an airplane propeller. His lips form a tight line. He slams his hand on the table, causing the butter knife to fall to the floor. “Sit. Down. Anya.” 
“Aunt Celeste, help me!”


I step onto the back porch, trying to make out what’s going on in the dark. When another flash of lightning reveals three figures clinging together, approaching from the pasture, I yell, “Is that Micah with you?” 
Celeste hollers back. “Yes, but he’s not well! Get some towels and a dry blanket!” 
I run up the kitchen stairwell and grab three towels from the bathroom and the comforter from my bedroom. I make it back downstairs in time to see Simon and Celeste helping Micah into the house. He leans on their shoulders, shuffling his feet as he staggers through the foyer.
“Dang, you look mangled.” Eli laughs, making it sound like a big joke When Aunt Celeste and Simon lower Micah to the couch in the parlor, he moans as he sinks into the cushions and falls to his side. His bare leg and muddy foot jut out of the wet blanket.
When Simon touches Micah’s forehead, the short uneven breaths Micah sucks through his teeth become even more pronounced. 
“You’re burning up,” Simon says. “How could you be so stupid?”
“Give me the towels, darling, and put the blanket down,” Aunt Celeste says. “Shut the door as you leave.”
“I want to know what’s going on. What happened to Micah?” I try to push past her to get to him, but she catches my arm, stopping me.
“Micah will be fine. But he doesn’t have any clothes on,” she says. “You can come in when we get him settled.”
Eli puts his arm around my shoulder and turns me toward the foyer. “Oh, come on beautiful. I’ll wait with you.”
Eli closes the pocket doors and flitters around the foyer like a nosy little dog. 
“What happened to Micah?” I ask. 
“Oh, don’t worry about him. He’ll be fine.”
“He didn’t look fine.” 
Eli’s golden eyes twinkle. “Trust me.”
“Who are you?” 
He ignores me and noses around the foyer, putting his fingers all over the glass sculptures. 
“Is that Simon guy with social services or the police or something?” 
He bends over and blows his hot breath on the crystal ball sitting on a pedestal near the front door. “Something,” he says. When he reaches out to touch the glass orb, a high-pitched scream coming from the parlor makes me freeze in front of the closed doors.
Eli slides past me and puts his back to the doors. “I think they’re done.” He pushes the doors open an inch and peeks inside, allowing a hint of a smoky odor to escape the room. When he opens the doors all the way, I can see Micah slumped on the couch with my comforter around him. 
“Is he okay?” I say.
Micah glances at me, then shuts his eyes. 
I look at Aunt Celeste. “I want to know what’s going on.” 
She fumbles with her pearl necklace and looks away, seeming to fight the urge to run to me. 
Eli flutters to her side. “Celeste, you’ve done a fine job. But Micah can take it from here.” 
Micah’s eyes pop open. His face turns as white as the daisies on my comforter.

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Georgeann Swiger earned her degree in journalism from West Virginia University, and then spent five years as an anchor/reporter at WBOY-TV in Clarksburg, WV.  After having children, she left television news to be a stay at home mom. During that time, she discovered creative writing was more fun than writing about real life tragedy.  Imagining interesting characters and having them come to life on the page is now her passion. When she’s not writing, she works as a substitute teacher.  She lives in Reedsville, West Virginia with her husband, two kids, a beagle dog and a temperamental cat who tries to rule the house.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Shadow Born Blog Tour and Character Interview

Quirky & Random Interview Questions Answered by Raffin of SHADOW BORN:

Me: First of all, thank you Jennifer, for having us as guests on your blog. I’m Nicole Camp, and I’ll be interviewing Raffin Tys of the book “Shadow Born” releasing October 14th from Entranced Publishing. And Mr. Tys has kindly agreed to answer some fun questions for us on this blog post today. 
Raffin: Please call me Raffin, when you say ‘Mr. Tys’ I think my dad is here for the interview. 
*chuckles quietly*
Me: Alright Raffin, are you ready to start the interview?
Raffin: As ready as I’m going to be. This is my first interview.
Me: Ever?
Raffin: Ah yeah, pretty much. 
Me: Well, lets start off by asking what is the strangest thing you have ever eaten?
Raffin: Humanly speaking, Texas style menudo. Tripe is pretty rubbery when you try to chew it. Otherwise, consuming energy is pretty weird at times, as are the different sources it comes from. Yeah, I absorb and eat energy like people drink their morning coffee.
Me: Speaking of beverages, do you prefer coffee to tea or hot chocolate?
Raffin: On Earth, I like Rootbeer. It’s my favorite soda. I know, I sound like I’m like twelve or something - but I like sugar. 
Me: I have a chocolate addiction myself, so you’re not alone with the sugar thing. Now, next quirky question; if you had to go on a dangerous adventure, Raffin, who would you take along and why?
Raffin: It totally depends on how dangerous the adventure is. But Kurtax would never let me hear the end of it if I didn’t take him along. He’s this big sort of glowing alien guy in the book. Anyway, he’s seen all kinds of battles in his lifetime. He’s definitely got your back in a fight. But he’s way more of a sugar fiend than I am.
Me: Really?
Raffin: Oh yeah. If there’s candy or something sweet left out, it’s like gone. You have to be quick with fresh baked cookies and stuff when he’s around.
Me: Speaking of being quick, If you were given thirty seconds on television to say something, what would it be?

Raffin: I don’t really like being in the spotlight, so It would probably be something stupid, like ‘hi’ before ducking my head into my shoulders and quickly walking off camera. 
Me: So no public service announcement jobs for you anytime soon.

Raffin: I don’t think people really want to hear the words, “You don’t really want to know what’s out there-”. So yeah, no announcements from me anytime in the near future. 
Me: What is your idea of an incredibly romantic date?
Raffin: Any time spent alone with my girlfriend, Ari. She is incredibly sexy, and she can’t see it. It doesn’t matter what we do, even just talking is great. As long as I’m with her it doesn’t matter.
Me: I think every girl in American is wishing you were single right now. 
Raffin: Okay, next question.
Me: If you could go on a date with with someone famous, who would it be and why?
Raffin: No idea, again I don’t really like being in the spotlight, and anything celebrity just screams ‘in the spotlight’. And here I ended up being a sort of hero of my own story - go figure, right?
Me: Do you have a favorite song?
Raffin: Oh boy. I listen to a lot of different music from a lot of different worlds. My mom has soft rock playing on the radio in the house on Earth because that’s what her parents listened to when she was a kid growing up. But other than that I don’t constantly play any one type of music.
Me: If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
Raffin: I like the energy rich planet Navea. It’s warm and the best vacation spot, that is when there aren’t invading aliens threatening it. Plus there’s a palace, well two palaces actually. But that is kind of a tricky subject to get into.
Me: How so?
Raffin: It’s talked about a lot in Shadow Born, so you’ll see if you read the book.
Me:  Alright, well why don’t you tell us seven things about yourself that we probably don’t know yet.
Raffin: Seven things? Okay, here it goes...

1.) I’m not a fan of jalapeƱo peppers. 
2.) I like the color black because it lets me blend in with the shadows. And I’ve spent a lot of time doing that.
3.) I can’t believe I’m admitting this, but I feel kind of short sometimes, because I look up to everyone in my immediate circle of friends and family, except for my mom and my girlfriend, Ari. 
4.) I actually tried filing my Raffulan fingernails down as a kid, so that I wouldn’t keep shredding the bed spread. But my nails were tougher and sharper than the metal file I tried to use.
6.) I’m not a hero. Everybody seems to think I am, but I’m not. I’m just trying to do the right thing when situations arise or things go horribly wrong.
7.) I love Halloween. It’s the one day of the year when I don’t need a disguise or hooded clothing. And every year when I go out just as I am - I get congratulated on my ‘costume’. 

Me: Okay, I’m going to ask a more personal question this time. If you had a choice to be Human and only Human for the rest of your life, would take it?

Raffin: When I was younger, absolutely. Being half human and something else when your a kid on Earth is a total pain in the butt. You have to keep yourself hidden all the time. People tend to panic when they find out about something they don’t understand. In my experience, anyway.


But I’ve learned that I have a lot of strengths I wouldn’t have if I wasn’t something ‘else’. That said though, I wouldn’t be me without my human experiences. 

Me: Okay, going off the strength thing, what is your greatest fear?
Raffin: Uh, yeah - pass on that one.
Me: Now, being our ‘hero’ who would you say is your greatest enemy?
Raffin: Actually I am kind of my own worst enemy, but I won’t give too much away, you’ll have to read the books to find out more about that.
Me: Last question Raffin, finish this sentence: ‘On a good day’...
Raffin: On a good day nothing goes wrong, and I can sit back and enjoy it. That or I get to visit the planet Navea and hang out at the palace in the city of Aria. 
-Well that’s it for the interview questions, thank you so much for having us as guests on the blog. It was a blast! :)
For more adventures you can check out SHADOW’S RISING a Free prequel to SHADOW BORN at 
or visit my website for sneak peeks, cover art, and blog tour information.

SHADOW BORN Book blurb/synopsis

Eighteen-year-old Raffin has been in hiding on Earth since before he was born, but he’s more comfortable in the shadows anyway. He’s part of one of the most hated races in the universe. It’s a secret he’s forced to keep from everyone he meets. 
On his first day at a new high school, Arianna Val crashes into his world, literally. One tumble on the track field and suddenly she’s acting like they’re best friends. Worse, Raffin doesn’t mind her invading his shadows — and that’s before he realizes she knows his secret. But, she’s not quite human, herself and her very life force is what Raffin needs to survive. 
Can he trust her to keep his secret? Can he trust himself with Ari when his body yearns to drain her soul? Assailed by memories of death and destruction that aren’t his own, Raffin has to come to terms with the truth. He is shadow born.

A little more about the author and how to connect with her. :)

Author Bio:
 Author Nicole Camp has written three books to be published by Entranced Publishing. Her first book, "Shadow Born" will release Oct. 14th, 2013; followed by "Shadow Throne" in Spring 2014.

Nicole is an ice cream lover, who lives in Arizona with her family and pets. When not writing, she likes to explore the world through photography, snapping pictures of her surroundings.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Steamy Cover Reveal! *Fans Self*

Ana's romances rock my world, and induce...erm....pleasant dreams. Can't wait to get my hands on this one. Definitely add this to your Goodreads list so you don't miss out on the steamy dreams.


Author: Ana Blaze 
Publisher: Entranced Publishing
Imprint: Kissed
Genre: Contemporary romance
Release Date: November 11th 2013

The town’s too small for Kiley St. Claire’s reappearance to be a surprise, still seeing her hits Cole Thomas like a punch to the gut. She ripped his heart apart when she turned to ice and ran away all those years ago. Now that she’s back, Cole’s going to say his piece and move on.
Even if she does look damn good in that uniform.
Kiley St. Claire is back in the small town of Barrett, Vermont, for one reason and one reason only: to earn some cash so she can survive her final semester of grad school. She’s not there for the sexy Christmas tree farmers.
Even the one who once held her heart.


Ana Blaze is giving away a $15 Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card (winner’s choice) and an e-copy of her contemporary romance novella THE BEST MAN. 

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Ana lives just outside Washington DC with her very supportive husband and three rather demanding cats. She loves the ocean, Indian food, Ikea, and cooking. Ana admits to watching too much television and she swears that someday she’s going to learn how to play the guitar resting on the bookshelf in her office.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

A NEW Elsker Book!!

Ok, wonderful blog readers, I read the first in this series and LOVED it! So excited to bring you the second in this series!

Endre by ST Bende
Book II of The Elsker Saga

Release: September 9, 2013
Genre: New Adult Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Entranced Publishing, Rush

Sometimes, finding your destiny means doing the exact opposite of what The Fates have planned.

Winning the heart of an immortal assassin was a dream come true for Kristia Tostenson. Now she’s knee deep in wedding plans, goddess lessons, and stolen kisses. But her decision to become immortal could end in heartbreak -- not only for Kristia, but for the god who loves her. Because while Ull would do anything to protect his bride, even the God of Winter is powerless against the Norse apocalypse. Ragnarok is coming. And the gods aren’t even close to ready.

Review Snippets:

If you're looking for a different take on New Adult that has plenty of swoon-worthy moments, some nail-biting action, and a mythological world you can lose yourself in, this book is for you.”

About the Author:

Before finding domestic bliss in suburbia, ST Bende lived in Manhattan Beach (became overly fond of Peet’s Coffee) and Europe… where she became overly fond of McVities cookies. Her love of Scandinavian culture and a very patient Norwegian teacher inspired the books of The Elsker Saga (TUR, ELSKER and ENDRE). She is an audio co-host of #NALitChat, and helps compile indie new releases for the USA Today HEA blog. She hopes her characters make you smile and that one day, pastries will be considered a health food.

Find ST on Twitter, her blog, or send her an e-mail. While you’re at it, introduce yourself to @UllMyhr -- when he’s not saving the cosmos from dark elves, he loves meeting new friends. Especially the human kind.  

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Twitter: or @stbende
Email:  stbende(at)gmail(dot)com


“What do you want to know?” Ull lowered his sunglasses lazily and eyed me with a look that made my insides burn.
“Well,” I paused. “Uh… what am I supposed to do if I’m attacked?”
“You mean if this happened?” Ull launched himself off the chaise, wrapping one arm around my waist and dragging me across the beach. He cradled me in his arms and landed in the froth where the ocean met the shore.
“See? I’m totally defenseless?” I gazed up at him, my back pressed firmly against the wet sand. He hovered over me, supporting his weight on his forearms. 
“I am afraid you are.” Piercing blue eyes locked in on mine. Between the depth of his stare and the heat from his abs, I forgot everything else. 
“Um …” I bit my bottom lip. 
Ull tilted his head to one side, a small smile playing at one corner of his mouth. “Now what did you want to know?”
“I--” I broke off as a wave washed over us. The warm saltwater lapped up to my waist then retreated, leaving a film of sand over my legs. 
“You were asking me how to defend yourself?” Dangit, it was hard to focus with Ull’s dripping body pressing against mine. Yes, I wanted whatever it was I’d asked about. Self-defense, right. But there was something else I wanted more.
I bent my knee and twined my calf around Ull’s. I shifted my hips just an inch and stared into those endless blue eyes. They sparkled in the sunlight. My arms were trapped beneath his torso, so I turned my palms upward to touch the spot where his chest met his shoulders. It was so smooth, so firm, and so very, very warm. My eyes never left his as I moved my thumb along the line of his shoulder, down his biceps and down to the crook of his arm. I drew a slow circle inside his elbow and Ull blinked. 
“Kristia,” he whispered. 
“Yes?” I tried to reach up to stroke the stubble lining his square chin, but my arms were pinned.
“You are not trying to defend yourself.”
“So?” I raised my head and kissed his jaw. “Maybe I don’t feel like fighting you off.”
“Mmm,” Ull closed his eyes as I kissed my way up to his ear. “So if someone came after you, you would just let them do this?” 
He swiftly rolled onto his back, forcing me on top of him. He shoved his fingers in my hair and tugged gently, pulling my head back. He kept the other hand just above the bottom of my bikini, firmly pressing my hips into his. I squirmed against the hold, trying to find a way out of his grip. Though I tactically had the upper hand, I couldn’t move.
“Well I wouldn’t let just anyone do this.”
“I should hope not,” he growled softly. He raked his teeth along my throat and paused at the hollow of my neck. “Because this could end very badly for you.” He ran his tongue along my collarbone. I shivered.
In a lightning-quick move, Ull flipped me onto my back and pinned my arms above my head with one hand. I gazed adoringly at the fierce assassin glowering over me. “And this. What would you do if someone did this to you?”
“Uh,” I blinked. If I told Ull what I really wanted to do right now, I’d turn every possible shade of crimson.
“Focus Kristia.” Ull stared at me. “What would you do if you were trapped?”
“I… uh… I’d,” I blushed. “You seriously want me to fight you off?”
“If you are so bent on going through with this little exercise, then yes. Give it your best shot. And then I believe, you promised to pay me for the lesson.”
“Gladly.” I narrowed my eyes and wrenched my arm as hard as I could. It didn’t budge. I tried again but it was futile. 
“You are outmaneuvered and I am twice your weight. Try something else.” Ull commanded.
I threw my shoulder into his chest and tried to roll to one side.
“You cannot out-force me. Look at the difference in our masses. Think tactically, Kristia. What can you do that will debilitate me?”
My eyes widened. “You don’t want me to--”
“I want you to find a way to get me off you. Do what you have to do.”
I closed my eyes and raised a knee to his groin. Ull groaned and rolled off me.
“I’m so sorry! You said to--”
He raised a hand and waved at me, turning away.
“I’m sorry,” I repeated.
“That was good.” He rolled back with a grimace. “But if someone is bent on capturing you, they will come back for more. And quickly. Your next step should be to run.”
“If you want I can get some ice for--”
“Run, darling.” It was a threat. “Now.”

Friday, September 6, 2013

New Release!

         I've already got my copy of this book and it's next on my read list! It looks soooo good!

Fight Princess by M.S. Kaye

Things Aren’t what they seem. Don’t get involved.
Celisse is too headstrong to listen. Her best friend’s boyfriend is dead, and she does not heed Cullen’s warning, slipped to her in a note as he’s being arrested for the murder.
Cullen tries to keep Celisse out of things and also tries to avoid her, both unsuccessfully. He can’t deny his feelings for her anymore, but he knows he can’t have her—if she ever discovered the truth about his past, she’d surely hate him.
While struggling with her intense feelings for Cullen, she uses her skills as an ex-prosecutor to investigate, all while continuing to fight for Ogden, the organizer of an underground fight ring. She eventually realizes things are connected—the ring, Ogden, Cullen, the murder, and herself. She races to uncover the truth before she’s arrested or becomes the next victim—or the next culprit.

Sounds AMAZING, right? Here's how you can get your hands on it.

Genre: Romantic Suspense 
Release Date: September 2, 2013 
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books 
Cover Design: Liquid Silver Books 

About the Author  
M. S. Kaye has won several writing award and has been published in literary journals. She is a 4th-degree black belt and certified instructor of Songahm Taekwondo. A transplant from Ohio, she resides in Jacksonville, FL with her husband, Corey, where she does her best not to melt in the sun.  
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Twitter: @MSKosciuszko 

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Cover Reveal!

Super Awesome Cover Reveal!

Vision of Shadows by Vincent Morrone

Is Bristol Blackburn about to meet the love of her life...or her killer? 

After the death of her parents, Bristol Blackburn's life is thrown into chaos and she's forced to move to Spirit, a small town where shadows are stirring. As she learns to navigate her new school and figures out how to keep her psychic abilities secret from her family, Bristol comes face to face with the boy who makes a regular appearance in her dreams: the gorgeous, possibly deadly, Payne McKnight. Soon she’ll find out if Payne will be the love of her life, or the end of it — and she has no idea which possibility scares her more.

And that's not even the worst of it. Strange shadows are haunting her dreams, and they're up to something that could put Bristol and the lives of everyone she loves in jeopardy.

You can add Vision of Shadows to your to-read list on Goodreads: 

Information about the book:
Title: Vision of Shadows
Series: Vision series
Author: Vincent Morrone
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal Romance
Lenght: 210 pages
Release Date: December 30, 2013

About the Author:
Born and raised in Brooklyn NY, Vincent Morrone now resides in Upstate NY with his wife. (Although he can still speak fluent Brooklynese.) His twin daughters remain not only his biggest fans, but usually are the first to read all of his work. Their home is run and operated for the comfort and convenience of their dogs. 

Vincent has been writing fiction, poetry and song lyrics for as long as he can remember, most of which involve magical misfits, paranormal prodigies and even on occasion superheroes and their sidekicks.

As they say in Brooklyn: Yo, you got something to say to Vincent? 
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Vincent also participates in a group blog called YA Rush which consist of YA and NA Entranced authors. You can find YA Rush here: