Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Revamped Bookcovers for Heart of a Wolf Series


When I looked at A Justified Kill and Werewolf Bound the covers just didn't have the ump factor I was looking for. I was happy to get the stories done and wanted to get them published and used what I had.

With Anna, my really good friend's help, the covers have been revamped and I absolutely love them. 

Autum from created an emblem to represent the Heart of a Wolf Series for all the book covers and promotional items.

Anna created this emblem for Heart of the Wolf Series and Werewolf Tails Publishing which will go on and inside the books when black and white is required. 

I am currently looking to update the cover for Escaping Dominance and Veiled Secrets.  I love these colors, so only the font will be changing to match the rest of the series.  

Hope you all enjoy! 

Tuesday, August 28, 2012


Title: Shadow on the Wall
Series: The SandStorm Chronicles #1
Author: Pavarti K Tyler
Genre: Dark, Political, Speculative, Suspense, Magical Realism,
Publisher: Fighting Monkey Press
Words: 55k

Purchase:  Amazon |

Book Description:

Recai Osman: Muslim, philosopher, billionaire and Superhero?


Controversial and daring, Shadow on the Wall details the transformation of Recai Osman from complicated man to Superhero. Forced to witness the cruelty of the Morality Police in his home city of Elih, Turkey, Recai is called upon by the power of the desert to be the vehicle of change. Does he have the strength to answer Allah's call or will his dark past and self doubt stand in his way?

Pulling on his faith in Allah, the friendship of a Jewish father-figure and a deeply held belief that his people deserve better, Recai Osman must become The SandStorm.

Buy it. Read it. It was wonderful.  --Naif Al-Mutawa of


As part of FMB Blog tour I agreed to read this book without really reviewing the synopsis to see if I would be interested.  I know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but this one grabbed my attention, just like the story did. This was definitely not my usual read. I don’t particularly care for overly religious storylines and this one has just that.  However, the author did a very good job in building her characters and the world they live in. Based on the Turkish culture and the Islamic faith, this novel addresses some very controversial and difficult topics such as oppression of women, rape scenes and prolonged violence.

At times I found myself wanting to put this book down and not finish. However I kept thinking about it and wanted to know what was going to happen. I of course continued reading. 

The author did a wonderful job keeping the pace of the book going with lots of action. Her descriptions of the scenes were riveting, making me feel as if I was there experiencing it first hand, which at times was a bit overwhelming. I immediately grew to hate the RTK because they were so corrupt, their intimidation and brutal treatment of the people was horrifying yet accurate in how people tend to let even the tiniest bit of power go to their head.

Overall, this book really is a good read if you can handle cruelty and violence against women (including rape), racism and religion with a main character, on his faith, becomes a superhero rivaling Batman in his own avenging tortured dark soul way.

4 out of 5 stars

About the Author:

Pavarti K Tyler is an artist, wife, mother and number cruncher. She graduated Smith College in 1999 with a degree in Theatre. After graduation, she moved to New York, where she worked as a Dramaturge, Assistant Director and Production Manager on productions both on and off Broadway.

Later, Pavarti went to work in the finance industry as a freelance accountant for several international law firms. She now operates her own accounting firm in the Washington DC area, where she lives with her husband, two daughters and two terrible dogs. When not preparing taxes, she is busy penning her next novel.

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Saturday, August 25, 2012

PATIENCE By Katie Salidas

Patience may be a virtue, but the reward is sin! 
5,000 word short erotic story. 

Publisher: Exessica

Release: August 31st 2012

Genre: Erotic Romance/ May-December
Format: Ebook

Donelle Fortier is no billionaire. She runs her ad agency with passion and scruples...and it shows in her bank balance.
Edan Dalca is the cocky young hotshot Donelle hired to pump life into her business. He’s intense, passionate...and downright hawt.
But when his arrogance threatens the agency’s future, Donelle realizes he needs to be taught one very important lesson: patience.
And with Donelle’s consummate skills, it’s a lesson that Edan will never forget.

This title contains graphic language, older women/younger man nookie, and an intriguing use of confectionary.

Patience © August 2012 by Willsin Rowe and Katie Salidas


He turned, drilling his steel-gray eyes into mine. “You regret last night, don’t you?”
“Last night...” I bit down on my burgeoning smile. “Well, I’ve certainly done smarter things than seduce a co-worker.”
“The way I see it, I seduced you.”
“Such is my skill, young man.” I couldn’t suppress my smile this time. “No, it wasn’t my smartest move, but I certainly don’t regret it. Anyway, I thought you boys compartmentalized everything.”
He slipped his hand onto my thigh. “How can I when you’re right here?”
I bit my lip and squeezed my legs together. “Stop…” It was barely a whisper, not convincing at all. He had such big hands they were impossible to ignore. Especially sliding up my leg like that.
I clamped my hand over his. “No, Edan. We have to get back to the office. We have another pitch tomorrow.”
He dug his fingers in, a needless show of strength. With a puff of disgust he pulled back and turned away. “Fine. Then maybe tomorrow you’ll let me drive.” He shucked out another mint and ground it to death.
“Oh, act your fucking age, Edan.” Jesus. I sound like I’m his mother. I started the car and mashed out my frustration on the gas pedal.
We drove back in man-made silence. Before I’d even turned off the engine Edan had his door open, ready to storm upstairs and broadcast our failure. To distance himself from the stink of it. I curled my fingers around his arm.
He pulled loose from my tenuous grasp and flounced out of the car. I turned off the engine and rushed after him, my clattering heels echoing off the concrete ceiling of the parking garage.
“Edan, stop!”
The touch of my hand on his shoulder seemed to calm him a little. He stopped and let me turn him around. I felt like his mother again as I pressed him back against the wall. In my heels I was almost eye-to-eye with him. Or would be, if he’d look at me.
“You still have so much to learn, boy.”
“Don’t call me boy. I’m 24 years old.”
“In every way possible.”
“What’s that supposed to mean?”
“Nothing. Look, we need to present a united front. Yes, we probably lost the pitch. But those people up there rely on me, and now you, to bring business in. They need to believe in us.”
“Then untie the apron strings! Let me take more control.”
I rested my hand against his chest. Even through the thick wool of his suit, I fancied I could feel the heat of his skin, and I nearly lost my train of thought. “This is not the time for that discussion, Edan.”
“It never is.”
“Stop. I mean it, this is not the time. We need to radiate calm, give off a positive vibe. Can you do that?”
He shook his head and puffed out a resigned chuckle. Finally his cool eyes met mine. “Maybe. What’s it worth to you?”
The warmth of his hand was all too real as he cupped the fullness of my breast through my blouse. I’d been so focused on his eyes I hadn’t seen him move. My breath tripped up as he squeezed my hardening nipple.
“Edan…” The simple urgency of my own voice sounded like a betrayal. With my hand over his I rested my head on his chest, just to take the weight off my untrustworthy knees. With my eyes closed and the heat of his body against me it was easy to forget he was born the year I finished school.
Suddenly he was all hands and breath, all heat and muscle, and lord, did it feel good. I clutched at his belt for balance and he pushed his mouth onto mine.

Interview with Katie:

Q: When I came to you with the rough (VERY rough) first draft of “Patience”, I basically begged you to help me make it work. What was it about that uncut stone that made you believe we could polish it into a gem?

A: See now Willsin, you don’t give yourself enough credit. When you came to me with the idea of Patience it wasn’t all that rough. I could clearly see the gem of a story it was and instantly became excited about the idea. The things that woman could teach him with a tictac!!!! Who wouldn’t want to jump on that story?

Q: All your previous titles have been self-published. What differences have you noticed this time around, going with an established publisher in Excessica?

A: Honestly, as a self-publisher, I am used to doing all the work myself. It’s hard for me to give up a little bit of control. I’m kind of OCD in that respect. But it does have its benefits. Working with you and with Excessica has been smoother. It’s nice to work with a publisher that has the know-how and the ability to push books out quickly and efficiently. The true benefit though is the wider reach they have. That’s a very nice thing.

Q: Until “Patience”, all your fiction works, including erotica, have featured vampires. Do you feel like this work might surprise some of your existing fan base?

A: Initially, yes. Most people are used to associating me with paranormal, but I don’t think that will pose any real problem. Once they get a taste of what we have in store for them, not only will they be ready for our next short erotic piece, but they’ll be checking you out too see what other treats you have in store too, Willsin.

Q: You have a rapidly growing horse – sorry, baby – in your family now. I know he’s having a massive impact on your time. So how do you still find the time to write and edit?

A: LoL. You know, I was joking with someone the other day about my boy. When we go to a restaurant, the wait staff don’t offer me a highchair for him. He’s so big they mistake him for a toddler. I have to warn them not to give him crayons either. “He’s only 8 months old, he’ll just try to eat them.”
He does take up quite a bit of time, and so does my daughter. She’s 8 years old. This summer has been a slow period for me. Most of my writing, editing, critiquing, revising, marketing, and cover art shopping all has to be done between the hours of 9pm (when the kids are in bed) and whenever I pass out at my computer. Baby boy still isn’t sleeping through the night, so the sleep I do get is broken and only a couple hours at a time. It’s rough, but I love my family and I love writing so I am making it work as best as possible.
You want to know the secret….
Mainlining caffeine! LoL! 

Q: The main pressure point in “Patience” is the younger man/older woman pairing. So with that in mind, are there any pretty young men out there in the wide world who you’d like the chance to...educate?

A: Oh dear. I always feel so dirty thinking about those hot young studs in Hollywood right now.  Taylor Lautner is the first that comes to mind and though he’s of age, he’s more than 10 years younger than me. I feel like such a bad girl even thinking about it. =) But, if given the chance… I’d play teacher. 


Katie Salidas is a Super Woman! Endowed with special powers and abilities, beyond those of mortal women, She can get the munchkins off to gymnastics, cheerleading, Girl Scouts, and swim lessons.  She can put hot food on the table for dinner while assisting with homework, baths, and bedtime… And, She still finds the time to keep the hubby happy (nudge nudge wink wink). She can do all of this and still have time to write.
 And if you can believe all of those lies, there is some beautiful swamp land in Florida for sale…
Katie Salidas resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mother, wife, and author, she does try to do it all, often causing sleep deprivation and many nights passed out at the computer. Writing books is her passion, and she hopes that her passion will bring you hours of entertainment.

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Interview with Willsin

Q: You’ve written quite a few wonderfully smutty stories on your own, what made you decide to co-author this story?

A: It really did feel like the natural step to take. With Patience, I knew the idea was sound, and that the rough map of the story would work. But the intricacies weren’t meshing. The tiny cogs just weren’t lining up. It just felt like exactly the kind of story that needed input from both genders. And of course, who better to work with than my bestest beta-reading buddy?

Q: What is it about the genre that draws you in? Why do you love to write Erotica?

A: I just love to write, no matter what genre. But for me, Erotica is special. It’s not just about grabbing two characters (or more!) and tossing them in a bed together with the instructions to get it on. It’s to be expected that the characters get all hot and sweaty, sure...but I love the challenge of making it unstoppable rather than opportunistic. The background and shape of the story need to funnel these characters into each other’s...well, let’s say “arms”!

Q: Pick a favorite line (or interaction between the characters) from Patience and tell us why you like it so much?

A: Ah, I love this bit:

I turned him to face me. “Edan, I know you won’t like to hear this, but you’re still so young. You see everything in black and white. Only when you get older will you see the shades of gray.”
“Yeah. In the mirror.”
It felt almost like he’d slapped me, but I tried not to let it show. “Well, you sure know how to sweet-talk a girl.”
“What? What did I say?”
“You know what you said.”
“Yes, I do. I just have no fucking idea what you heard.”

Why do I love it? Because it shows how the different ages and genders of the characters lends a totally different understanding to one simple remark. And I’d like to point out, too, that the “shades of gray” reference was written in 2010; long before I’d heard of...any particular books that it might make you think of!

Q: What does your family think of your work? Does your wife ever do any Beta Reading for you?

A: Most of my family know, and are pretty much ambivalent about it. My mother was a little taken aback, but my wife is totally supportive. She doesn’t beta for me, but she appears (in one form or another) in many of my stories. She’ll often help me road-test an idea, too!

Q: We’ve touched on this before. What is it about the older woman/younger man pairing that is so intriguing, in your opinion? 

A: Ah, well, I think it comes down to a few elements like confidence, communication and respect (including self-respect). When dealing with males, older women tend to do better than younger women on all those elements (wild generalization, I know). Most young people still have that crazy idea that men and women both speak the same language! Older women also know how to stroke an ego without feeling like they’re diminishing themselves. And lastly, they know what they want, they know where it is...and they don’t assume a young man can find it by himself!


Willsin Rowe falls in love with a scent, a playful expression or an act of casual intimacy more easily than with physical beauty. When confronted by any combination of those elements he is a lost cause. He has done many things over and over, done even more things only once, and half-done more things than he cares to admit. He loves to sing and doesn’t let his voice get in the way. He is intelligent but not sensible. He is passionate but fearful. He is not scruffy enough or stylish enough to be cool.

Other works by Willsin


Christmas time in Brisbane is always so hot and muggy you could drink it from a bowl.

Brett Freeman feels the heat like anyone, but for more than 15 years it’s been nothing to do with the climate and everything to do with Corinne. Only one thing stands between Brett and his perfect woman: her husband, Darren.

Despite that stumbling block, Darren and Corinne consider Brett their best friend. They’ve watched in despair as he’s tossed away good relationships simply because, in his mind, no woman could ever compare to Corinne.

Then, one muggy Christmas Eve, a friendly visit takes a bizarre turn. Secrets are shared, an incredible present is offered, and for Brett, life will be changed forever.

Every beginning comes from an ending.

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The Three Day Hump

Luther has a solid career as a lawyer and is married to a famous lingerie model. His life has grown comfortable, and he can’t remember how it felt to truly want something…anything.

Opal is young, debatably single, and has lived a life poor in everything but experience. She exudes a lush darkness and it draws Luther to her.

He suddenly remembers desire.

Their flirting turns physical; lust turns to obsession, obsession to addiction. They can’t see a future, but they can think of nothing but the present. They don’t know how to stop, they only know they need to.

An urban myth tells that three days of abstinence will break the back of an addiction. They hole up together in a hotel for a long weekend.


Can their addiction be beaten? Maybe. But first, they need to make it over the three-day hump.

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From the fun and frivolous to the poignant and deeply personal, this collection of flash and short erotic fiction has a little taste of everything. Tales of crossed paths and crossed lines; of fate and fancy; changes, chances and choices.

With flash stories boiled and brewed until only the essence remains, and longer works that simmer and spit, you’re sure to find something to tickle you right where you need it. And with author commentary before each story, you could call this the director’s cut!

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Sunday, August 19, 2012

FMB Blog Tours Presents: THE LAST DEGREE

Title: The Last Degree
Series: Book #1
Author: Dina Rae
Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Paranormal, Political, Suspense, Thriller, Christian
Publisher: Dina Rae
Words: 93000

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The Last Degree will be FREE Sept. 27th – 28th!

Book Description

The Last Degree is a fictionalized account of how Freemasons and other secret societies set up the world for takeover. Ancient writings foretell a ‘Shining One’ who emerges as the world’s prophet. A murder of a Most Worshipful mason resembles a secret oath. A cop gets too close to solving the crime. Paranoid preppers go underground, preparing for war.

Headlines such as the Norway massacre, meltdown of the European Union, unscrupulous media, animal die-offs, Middle Eastern unrest, and U.S. shrinking power make the plot relevant to present day. This book is an ode to Christians, Birthers, 2012ers, Truthers, preppers, and/or other conspiracy junkies who enjoy Dan Brown, Jesse Ventura, Brad Meltzer, Alex Jones, Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye.


Dwight took off his crown, signifying he was no longer playing King Solomon.

“Sacrifice is expected for ones that you love. Do you love me?” Dwight shouted. “Then bow down before me and offer praise!”

Everyone knelt and laid their head down to the floor, chanting 'Most Worshipful,

Most Worshipful' several times before Dwight commanded them to get up.

In a manic energetic state, Dwight vociferated, “Et vitam impendere vero!” All repeated, with the three new pledges joining in. Minutes later, he began to calm down. “To sacrifice life for truth - that is what we must always do! You must trust me as your Most Worshipful and sacrifice at my command! Are you prepared to do this?” All three pledges nodded.
Dwight pulled the content baby out of Arthur's arms and threw it high into the air. As the baby began to descend, Dwight took his sword and hacked through its neck, decapitating it before it hit the floor. Only the three pledges shrieked in horror. He sinisterly smiled as he picked up the head and body, revealing it was only a doll.

“Don't believe with your eyes, but believe with your knowledge. We are his chosen and will soon be exalted.”

The three men looked down at their hands and tried not to scream. They were covered in blood.

“Sacrifice, my brothers, sacrifice. I will teach you well. You are all Chiefs of the Tabernacle! Let us go and celebrate!” Dwight gleamed.

Check out The Last Degree Prequel as well—Be Paranoid Be Prepared!

About the Author:

Dina Rae is a new author here to stay.  As a former teacher, she brings an academic element to her work.  Her two novels, Halo of the Damned and The Last Degree, weave research and suspense throughout the plots.  Her short story, Be Paranoid Be Prepared, is a prequel of sorts to The Last Degree, focusing on the James Martin character.  Dina also freelances for various entertainment blogs.

Dina lives with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs outside of Chicago.  She is a Christian, an avid tennis player, movie buff, and self-proclaimed expert on several conspiracy theories.  When she is not writing, she is reading novels from her favorite authors Dan Brown, Anne Rice, Stephen King, Brad Thor, George R.R. Martin, and Preston & Childs.

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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

There For You Editing Services

   Let me start by saying, thank you so very much for having me on your blog today! I am super excited to be here and announce a few things going on over at There for You Editing Services. And of course, when excited about something, I give something away. Makes sense, right? Ok, not really, but that's how it's going to be. First, my news!    We have a few new things going on over at There for You. The first thing ... lower prices! I now charge only $1.25 per page, in Word doc (12pt, 1.5 spaced) format. The second ... I now use beta readers, at no additional cost to you! I have 3 trusted beta's that I use, and pay for you. What does this mean, you might ask? Well, after I edit the book I send it off to the beta's. They read over the book, looking for anything that might have been missed, because unfortunately we all make mistakes, and the point out any inconsistencies in flow or story. The beta's have all been readers, and reviewers, for years ... the type of people you want reading the book. So basically, you will have extra sets of eyes looking over your book.    You are probably wondering what type of edit I do. When I edit I am looking for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure errors, as well as the overall "flow" of the story. I never make a major change without first discussing with the author ... who I like to stay in close contact with during the time of edit. Also, in addition to all the above, during the time your book is being edited, you cover photo is There for You's profile picture and your Facebook author page is mentioned almost daily ... in hopes of moving some more traffic to your page.    Well, now that that's out of the way ... the giveaway! Here's what I am donating to the giveaway! First is an adorable bag, the perfect size to use as a Kindle or Nook holder!
See how much it fits the There for You and book world?! Well at least my world with the coffee and read :)) I'm also donating two bookmark/business magnet combo's.
In addition to the item's I've donated, many of the authors I've edited for have been kind enough to donate! So without further ado ... the rafflecopter! Oh, and if you're interested in using the editing services, or finding out more, I can be contacted at or found on our Facebook page There for You Editing. Also, on the Facebook page, is covers photos of a few of the books I've edited. Thank you! A room without books is like a body without a soul. -Cicero

Monday, August 13, 2012

FMB Blog Tour Presents: MOONS KISS

Title: Moons' Kiss

Author: Kimberly K. Comeau
Genre: Science Fiction, Adventure
Publisher: Self-Published
Pages: 408
Words: 150,000


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Book Description:

"They found him in the South Ofrann Desert, where everything evil lived.

Manerra, heir to the tribes of Yatra, intends to abdicate--until his rescue of a man-thing from cannibals pits brother against brother and tribe against tribe.  Prevented by decree from harming the creature, Manerra pledges to drive it away . . . and adds another layer of guilt to his already troubled mind.

Rebuffing all counsel, Aya, the nation’s ruler, takes steps to prevent bloodshed in future meetings between his people and the foreigners, and by so doing, hands his enemies the means to secure his downfall.  As political maneuvering and violence escalate, there’s one wildcard that no one’s considered:  the “demon” Kayarra.  Who is he, what is he, and what do his people want?"

My Review:
I normally read paranormal, so I have ventured outside my comfort zone to read a Sci-Fi and am so glad I did!  

Ms. Comeau provided a Yatren Language Dictionary before the story begins. This really came in handy for understanding the language shifts between English and Yatren. Once I became familiar with the language it was easy to follow.

For me, the beginning was a little slow, but I attribute this to my being out of my genre. But once again, when I became familiar with the writing it picked up and I really began to enjoy the story. Throughout, the author gives excellent descriptions which made me feel as if I was there with the characters in the book. She weaved and intriguing tale of sibling rivalry along with a young man coming of age and understanding his role in the future of his people all the while tossing in a 'demon' who needed protection. 

Although there are a lot of characters in the story with multiple POV's, the author did a great job. I knew what character I was with at all times and really enjoyed the different POV's as it gave me more in depth reasoning behind some of the characters actions.

It's hard to give a detailed review without giving spoilers, but I can say, the ending of this story actually surprised me, which is usually hard to do. There is lots of action, twists and turns and towards the end I couldn't wait to find out what was happening next. I really hope there is a sequel planned for this story because I will definitely be reading it!  

I give this story 4.5 stars out of 5.


About the Author:
Kimberly K. Comeau was twelve when she began writing, fifteen when she published her first story, and eighteen when she won her first literary contest.  Since then, she’s published short fiction, poetry and nonfiction, served as director of an online writers’ workshop, and co-founded PC Quill, a critique group comprised of award-winning writers.  She lives in Richmond, Virginia, with a musician husband and two fiercely protective cats.

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Heart of a Wolf Series by MaryLynn Bast: Orange Berry Book Tours: NO REMORSE

Heart of a Wolf Series by MaryLynn Bast: Orange Berry Book Tours: NO REMORSE: Amazon Kindle Genre - Paranormal Romance (R)  ***Connect  with MaryLynn Bast on  Facebook  &  Twitter Check out   this auth...

Orange Berry Book Tours: NO REMORSE

Orangeberry Virtual Book Tours

Genre - Paranormal Romance (R) 
***Connect with MaryLynn Bast on Facebook & Twitter
Check out this author's book featureguest post & author interview
5th August - Guest Post at We Fancy Books
8th August - Book Feature at Peace from Pieces
9th August - Twitter View with Pandora Poikilos
10th August - Ford 99 at Mommy Adventures
11th August - Author Interview at Bunnys Review
17th August - Twitter Blast with Pandora Poikilos
23rd August - Guest Post at Gimme the Scoop


Monday, August 6, 2012

Mistresses of Passion Blog Tour Presents: Henrietta the Dragon Slayer

Henrietta, the legendary Dragon Slayer of the Kingdom of Bleuve, can’t stomach the thought of one more kill. Yet, in order to save her dying mentor, she must go on one last quest. But will misfit companions, seasickness, and an egomaniacal king derail the quest for the healing stone? And will she be able to cut past her conscience and kill the dragon?

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To enter this giveaway, all you need to do is to comment on a post and/or answer a question posted at each blog post.

Version of book available to send to reviewers: PDF, mobi, epub, and others digital versions. Here is the Smashwords link and coupon Smashwords listing:; Coupons for reviewers: SV39U I can also mail physical copies to the US only.

Beth Barany has been making up fantasy and adventure stories all her life. She writes to empower girls and women with her kick ass heroines who have to save the day against great odds.

An award winning and bestselling author, Beth has been writing since she was a little girl. Yep, she always knew she wanted to be a writer. She also wanted to be a spy, detective, broadcast journalist, model, actress, and adventurer. Oh, and be magic, go to outer space, travel to every continent and learn lots of languages.

Today some of her dreams have come true. Beth speaks fluent French, and so far has had adventures in three continents: North America, Europe and Africa.

While she hasn’t gone to outer space -- yet, she’s been working on a story set there, and her stories also always have some kind of magic.

In her off hours, Beth enjoys capoeira, reading and watching movies with her husband, bestselling author and singer/song writer Ezra Barany.

More information about Beth Barany and her books at

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