Tag Archives: Entangled Publishing

Assassin Of Truths

With: Brenda Drake   Excerpt from Assassin of Truths: “Are you seeking a Chiave? How many do you possess? Is there one in this library? Want me to help? I’m good at finding things. Found a spool once for Laila.” Aetnae had helped me several times with searching for the Chiavi and finding the Shelter when I needed it. We’d ...

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The Vanishing Spark of Dusk

With: Sara Baysinger   Excerpt from The Vanishing Spark of Dusk: Kalen sighs and drags a hand through his hair. “Don’t speak of these pirates again, Lark. I don’t want you to even mention rebels at all, much less suggest I work with those thieves. You think Tavdorians who own slaves are bad? You haven’t experienced the black heart of ...

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Lions and Tigers and Boys

With: Tawny Stokes     Lions and Tigers and Boys The last thing a girl as awkward as Dani Gale should be doing is trying to learn the high wire. Yet that’s exactly where Dani ends up—at OZ, the Oswald Zinzendorf School of Circus Arts. Trying to overcome her shyness is near impossible when her new partner—the hottest guy she’s ...

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Assassin of Truths

With: Brenda Drake   Excerpt from Assassin of Truths: A high wizard back in medieval times had created the beasts by sewing animal parts to four slain warriors and connecting them with one soul. The beings were frightening and haunted my dreams. One creature resembled a lion with a cleft lip and claw-like hands. Another had a boar’s head with ...

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The November Girl

With: Lydia Kang   I am Anda, and the lake is my mother. I am the November storms that terrify sailors and sink ships. With their deaths, I keep my little island on Lake Superior alive. Hector has come here to hide from his family until he turns eighteen. Isle Royale is shut down for the winter, and there’s no ...

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HAVEN

  With: Mary Lindsey   Excerpt from Haven by Mary Lindsey: When Rain turned back to Freddie, he bit down a gasp of surprise. She’d stripped off her shirt and tipped her face to the moon, eyes closed, like one would do to the sun at the beach. And here he’d thought the landscape was the most beautiful thing he’d ...

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WHY FANTASY IS MORE THAN JUST FANGS AND MAGIC

With: J.C. Welker As far back as I can remember I spent my childhood immersed in fairytales and the paranormal, but unlike some, the characters I was looking for didn’t actually exist. So in many ways the premise of my novel THE WISHING HEART became a metaphor. Of a girl looking for love and healing through stories and magic. It ...

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Uncrossing

With: Melissa Eastlake   Some of my favorite stories are new twists on classics. I love how romance and fantasy can show new facets of beloved tropes, stories, and creatures. My YA novel, The Uncrossing, shakes up a few things I love—fairy tales and folk magic, mafia movies, and crushy romance tropes—to create a story that felt original to me. ...

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If you like ghost stories and sweet romance, we have something in common.

With: S.D. Grimm   Hello! I am SO excited to be here today to talk you all about my new novel SUMMONER. If you like ghost stories and sweet romance, we have something in common. 🙂 I wanted to do something a little different with this than some of the paranormal romances I’d read. I mean, we all know there’s ...

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Is it possible to create a really unique paranormal story anymore?

With: Meg Kassel   My short answer to that is, probably not, but… It’s difficult to write fiction in a vacuum. Most stories are inspired from something else. That “something else” is usually a story or movie or life experience that had an impact on the author. Whatever it was, it stayed with them and worked its way into the ...

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