How to Knock a Bravebird from Her PerchPublication Date: January 2, 2014Genres: Fiction
Author D. Bryant Simmons is crowdfunding for the audiobook version of her award winning novel How to Knock a Bravebird from Her Perch. The campaign page will have details about the rewards, some are perfect for book clubs. So grab your girlfriends for a listening session! Support and check out the rewards!
"Mama. We could go away to a great big island where it's pretty and it's just us. No boys." — Jackie Morrow #GoMorrow
— D. Bryant Simmons (@DBryantSimmons) February 11, 2015"Mama, tell her ain't no island." "There is so a island! Because I say so! And you just mad because I'm not letting you on it!" #GoMorrow — D. Bryant Simmons (@DBryantSimmons) February 11, 2015"I highly recommend this novel to mature readers, especially women. It will inspire them to love and treasure themselves even more. Mothers, wives, and children will be enlightened and will learn valuable lessons from this novel." — Tet Marquees, Book BloggerBookshelf Bombshells says buy this novel because "beautifully told stories about women who come off the page as real as you and I deserve to be read and then read again and then passed on for someone else to read."
Synopsis: In the wake of her father’s sudden death Pecan marries the up-and-coming boxing sensation Ricky Morrow. When she begins to doubt that desperate decision she finds herself on the receiving end of Ricky’s violent temper. Scared for her life, she hunkers down in this marriage of convenience as the babies and fists keep coming. Will the abuse ever stop? Will Pecan and her girls live happily ever after?
A poignant addition to literary and African American fiction, this award winning novel explores the choices that contemporary women must face and the consequences of domestic abuse. If you love dynamic female leads and succinct yet poetic storytelling, this novel is for you.
About D. Bryant SimmonsD. Bryant Simmons was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She has earned a B.A. in Sociology and M.Ed. in Elementary Education. She is a mother, publisher, and advocate for women's rights.
Mar 2, 2015
A YA Paranormal Romance/Fantasy
by Ingrid Nickelsen
Coming April 2015
Publisher Untold Press
Book 2 of the For Better or for Worse SeriesDeath is the ultimate heartbreak. Evangeline never expected it to break hers after she died. No one should have to choose between their husband and their first love, but it is that choice that shatters her spirit.
She makes her choice, choosing not to transition, and finds that death can be vengeful too.
The world of the dead is far more complex that she ever knew, and facing the consequences of her actions might be the hardest obstacle yet, Fighting to survive in a world she doesn’t understand, she seeks the help of the wanderers. Time is running out as winter grips the land and her companions help her search for Will. Perhaps, if she keeps her eyes open and believes in her love enough, she will make her way back to him before the Hunters find her first.
Unexpected reunions, impossible choices, and long-hidden secrets will fill her journey with joy and sadness. It is Hunting season and Evangeline will have to fight for those she loves while remembering that cheating death always has a price.
Told from a dual perspective, Killing Time brings the For Better or for Worse series to a heart-stopping continuation in every sense of the word.
About the author
Ingrid is a 23-year-old French girl, college student, and dreamer. She currently resides in Paris, where she spends most of her time going to museums and the movies. Despite the romantic atmosphere in Montmartre, or even the fancy cafés in the Champs Elysées, she would easily trade it all for a nice walk in the woods with her schnauzer, Golden. She is always craving adventures, and finds that books are the cheapest way to travel to far-away lands. She is inwardly convinced that words have the power to heal the worst blisters on our hearts, or at least can make us forget about them for a little while. And sometimes, it is just enough to face another crazy day.
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Excerpt"Everything's gonna be okay."
Everything is going to be okay. I should repeat it to myself like a broken record. Everything is going to be okay. Everything is going to be okay. Why does it seem like these words have lost all their meaning?
"I promise." He embraces my waist to push me closer to his warm chest.
"How is it going to be okay?" I shake my head, unable to restrain my tears from rolling down my burning cheeks. "How? He's dead!"
I bury my face into his collarbone to stifle my crying, listening to nothing else but the sound of his beating heart. I feel it pounding fast and hard, matching mine. It makes me cry even more. I don't want him to be strong for the both of us. That, too, isn't fair.
He puts his hand on the back of my head. "I'm so sorry."
I curl up against him and move my head slightly to glance at the dark ocean. This sandy beach is my favorite place on earth. This is where he kissed me for the first time. This is the place that always reminds me someone truly loves me, and sometimes it's just enough to chase the hurt. This is my haven.
At least it was, until now.
I ran to meet him here as soon as my little brother released my hand in his hospital bed. I knew he wouldn't force me to speak, and he didn't. He just held me close. It took the time of a wave dying in the vast ocean's arms for me to fall down in a faint, my legs quaking like an aspen leaf. His grip was so tight he fell to his knees, too, resolute not to abandon me in my rare moment of weakness.
It feels so good to be weak. I don't care if my face is washed with tears or if I have red rims around my eyes. I need this loss of myself. I need him and my haven.
"I'm sorry, Eve. So sorry." He sighs, clasping me tighter against him to calm me down. "I wish I could do something, anything to relieve your pain. I hate being so helpless," he hisses between clenched teeth. "It kills me."
I peek up at him, trying to find a light of hope, but I see nothing. Tonight, I'm more aware than anyone that love isn't possession. It doesn't stand still. My world can fly away in the blink of an eye, and there's absolutely nothing I can do to fight the ruthless, cold, and brutal wind that likes to come without calling.
"I…I just want…the world to disappear," I choke out between my sobs. The thick air is getting unbearable, harder to breathe. I press my hand against my breastbone. It hurts. It hurts too much. "I can't live anymore, I don't want to. Not like this. Please make it stop," I beg him. "Just make it stop. It hurts."
He holds my face in his hands to make sure I meet his serious gaze.
"Listen to me," he says slowly, scanning my face as he speaks. "I'm on your side. There are times when I wish I could escape this crazy world. But you know what? It'd be a terrible mistake to switch our life off if we get the chance."
I vaguely wipe my face with the back of my hand, lowering my gaze.
"Yes, you can be hurt and awfully bruised inside," he continues, gently tucking a stray lock of hair behind my ear. "Sometimes you get so scared to face the day you could suffocate. But I love you."
His last words take me by surprise. I know he does. I just didn't expect him to say them now.
"I love you," he says again, his voice catching ever so slightly. He strokes my face once more. "I don't want to switch my life off… because you are my life."
I feel paralyzed for a brief moment. It doesn't make any sense. Who am I supposed to thank for the love he's offering me? Are they the same odds that are against me tonight? Those who first harm me to bless me next?
I desperately love him. I do. So much. He's always been my hero, and logically speaking, a hero is supposed to be indestructible. He'll be here, until the end of time. I have to be sure of that. I want to be sure of that.
"He's gone." I shrug sadly, more tears falling out of my eyes. "He'll never be seventeen. I'll never get the chance to see him anymore. Never again…It's over." I try to put together in a wrecked breath, willing for more comfort.
"No, he's not. He's right here," he says, pointing at my hammering heart. "He's probably in a better world now."
I instinctively look up at the starry sky with a broken smile. I hope he is. He deserves to be.
"Eve." He tips my chin down to hold my gaze. "Maybe now is the time to share what's in your heart, too. There's no forever."
I quickly shake my head.
"Don't say that." I take a long, ragged breath. I really don't know how to breathe anymore. "We have time."
The disappointed light in his eyes is his only reply.
He bends down instead, and softly puts his lips close enough to touch mine. His hands travel up my cheeks and fondle my hair as he gives me a tender kiss. These are the ones I love the most. Our breath mingles together as I forget the world around us, and just like that, the ache begins to vanish little by little.
Not entirely, but just enough for the dizziness to take over so I may abandon myself in my most secured place.
He knows I want to say those three words. I just need more time.
Title: Happily Ever After High School
Author: Savannah Ostler
Genre: Epic Fantasy/Clean Teen
Length: 355 pages
Release Date: January 16, 2015
Seventeen year old Albany French wants nothing more than to find her very own happily ever after. She dreams of finding her fairy godmother, going to the ball, and being swept away by a Prince. Much to her dismay, her life is no fairy tale. Albany is just a typical, all American girl who attends an overly crowded public high school.
An untimely tragedy leaves Albany desperate for a new life.
She seeks comfort in her eccentric grandmother, Greta. Not only does Greta welcome Albany into her home with open arms, but she transfers Albany to a new school.
But... this new school is not your average high school. This is... Happily Ever After High, the enchanting high school that hosts hundreds of magical, fairytale students.
Albany is about to begin the journey of a lifetime… as she discovers who she really is, where her family came from, falls in love for the first time, and embarks on a quest to fulfill a prophecy that has been passed on for ages.
Welcome to Happily Ever After High
INTERVIEW WITH ALBANY
Interviewer: Hi Albany, welcome. Thanks for joining us.
Albany: Sure! You're welcome. Honestly, I heard that there's great food here, so that's a big reason why I'm here.
Interviewer: The food is quite excellent. (laughs)
Interviewer: So tell me, Albany. Where do you go to school?
Albany: Happily Ever After High!
Interviewer: That certainly doesn't sound like your typical school.
Albany: (smiles) Happily Ever After High is like a dream. It's anything like typical.
Interviewer: It sounds magical!
Albany: If by magical you mean princesses, fairies, knights, witches, and spells, then yes! It is the very definition of magic.
Interviewer: What does the school look like?
Albany: So, get this. Are you ready? It's gonna blow your mind!
Interviewer: I must say, I am getting excited.
Albany: It's a castle. A legit, full-blown castle!
Albany: Right?! It looks like the perfect castle that you would imagine Cinderella living in.
Interviewer: Speaking of... does Cinderella live there?
Albany: Well, the great, great, great, great, great granddaughter of Cinderella attends school there. No one actually lives there. At least, not to my knowledge. For all I know, someone could live there. Who knows, maybe the warden lives there.
Interviewer: Who is the warden?
Albany: Sorry- he's the headmaster. He's been the headmaster for like, hundreds of years.
Interviewer: I assume "hundreds" is an exaggeration.
Albany: (laughs) You would think that I'm kidding, but I'm totally not. This guy is like, legit OLD. 827 years old, to be exact.
Interviewer: 827?! I have more to learn about the fairytale world than I thought.
Albany: (laughs) Don't worry, I was just as shocked as you were at first. I still have to pinch myself sometimes while at school. I'll be in class, and my book will open by itself, and I'm like, "What? Oh, yeah... this is Happily Ever After High."
Interviewer: One last question Albany, and then we'll wrap things up. When I was in high school, I remember having a crush. Several crushes, in fact. Is there a certain someone that you have your eye on?
Interviewer: There is!
Interviewer: You can tell us!
Albany: I don't know... I'm really not one to kiss and tell.
Interviewer: (gasps) So there's kissing!
Albany: Yeah, and I think our time is up! Yay! Thank you SO much for the interview. (nervously laughs)
Interviewer: (smiles) Thank you, Albany.
AUTHOR INFORMATION & LINKS
Savannah Ostler was born in a small town in the state of Utah. She has always enjoyed many different forms of the arts. It was from her love of the stage that she decided to attend East Hollywood High, a film school in Salt Lake City.
In addition to acting, Savannah is also a singer, having produced and released three original pop singles, as well as performing at the world famous House of Blues in West Hollywood.
Although Savannah has a passion for performing, her first love is, and has always been writing. She has been writing ever since she learned how to read and write. She enjoys many different forms of writing; poetry, lyrics,fiction, and screenplays. Savannah finds inspiration for her stories from many different outlets, including her own personal life experiences.
Miss Ostler can be classified as a determined day dreamer. When she is not buried in her laptop writing, Savannah can be found at Disneyland, living out all of her fairytale dreams.
She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two mixed chihuahua pups.
Guest Post: Savannah Ostler Hello fellow bloggers!
My name is Savannah Ostler, and I am the author of the YA novel "Happily Ever After High School". The book follows a seventeen year old girl named Albany French, a day-dreaming young woman who wants nothing more than to find her own happily ever after. She has always been obsessed with fairytales- but to her disappointment, her life isn't anything like one... at least not yet.
An untimely tragedy leaves Albany desperate for a new life. She seeks comfort in her eccentric grandmother, Greta, who transfers Albany to a new high school. But... this new school is not your average high school. This is Happily Ever After High, the enchanting high school that hosts hundreds of magical, fairytale students. Albany is about to discover the fairytale world that she has always dreamed of. The world that she once only visited in books will now become her reality... and so much more.
I started writing this story in 2010, and it actually started as a screenplay. I was inspired by my own personal love of fairytales, and I thought, "How awesome would a fairytale high school be?"
The entire story stemmed from that idea. Next, came my main character, Albany. I wanted to come up with a unique name that you don't hear everyday, and I wanted it to somehow be a little personal to me. Since my name is Savannah and I am named after a city, I looked up different city names in the US, and Albany stuck out to me.
Albany is definitely not your typical high school girl. She is independent, determined, unique, creative, and she is definitely a day dreamer. She absolutely hates public school, because she feels that she doesn't belong there. Albany doesn't really have any friends, as the students at her school find her... well, odd.
Despite being an outcast, Albany finds contentment in her books- especially fairytales. She holds onto the hope that one day she will escape her mundane, everyday life and be rescued by her very own handsome prince.
I finished writing the screenplay in 2011, and started revising the screenplay. It was my original intent to make it a movie, but I thought that I should first pursue it as a book, since the film would cost a lot to produce, having so many special effects and such. So, I began the journey of writing my very first novel. I used the screenplay as a skeleton for my novel, and went from there. A lot of ideas and new inspiration came to me while I was "in the zone".
I love the character of Albany, because I could definitely relate to her. In all honesty, she is pretty much me in high school. She is a dreamer, she is smart, she is optimistic, she hates math, and she is not afraid to create her own path and get what she wants.
That isn't to say that Albany doesn't have her fair share of character flaws, though. Albany is a mess, she can never keep her room, or anything for that matter- clean. She is extremely stubborn. She has a very witty sense of humor, but she often uses sarcasm to her advantage, especially in times of conflict. For those who don't understand her, her stubbornness could be a turn off. In reality, she just likes to stick to her gut and is not afraid to diverge from the herd. In fact, that's what she does best. She's a girl who knows what she wants, and she won't stop until she gets it. She doesn't have many friends, but if someone does befriend her, she is their friend for life.
I loved really getting inside of Albany's head while writing the novel. It was so easy for me to relate to her, because we are very similar. The entire experience of writing the novel was a blast! I loved listening to music while writing it, music really inspired me and kept me going. I have listed several key songs that I listened to a lot during the writing process. A lot of these songs I could really see Albany enjoying, as well.
You'll notice that a lot of this playlist contains songs by Avril Lavigne. I found myself listening to a lot of Avril Lavigne while writing this book! I think it's because that I listened to her a lot while I was in high school, so it served nostalgic for me, and also, the lyrics to her songs remind me so much of things Albany would say.
Mar 1, 2015
photo by Akbar Simonse ·
“Why do I read?
I just can't help myself.
I read to learn and to grow, to laugh
and to be motivated.
I read to understand things I've never
been exposed to.
I read when I'm crabby, when I've just
said monumentally dumb things to the
people I love.
I read for strength to help me when I
feel broken, discouraged, and afraid.
I read when I'm angry at the whole
I read when everything is going right.
I read to find hope.
I read because I'm made up not just of
skin and bones, of sights, feelings,
and a deep need for chocolate, but I'm
also made up of words.
Words describe my thoughts and what's
hidden in my heart.
Words are alive--when I've found a
story that I love, I read it again and
again, like playing a favorite song
over and over.
Reading isn't passive--I enter the
story with the characters, breathe
their air, feel their frustrations,
scream at them to stop when they're
about to do something stupid, cry with
them, laugh with them.
Reading for me, is spending time with a
A book is a friend.
You can never have too many.”
― Gary Paulsen, Shelf Life: Stories by the Book
Miranda's Choice by Mya O'Malley
Have you ever felt that the grass is greener everywhere else? Meet Miranda James. Miranda has a problem. Her friends and family are wrapped up in themselves, so clueless. With divorced parents, a mother who is always on her case and a new step-mother on the horizon, Miranda wishes that everybody would just grow up.
In a moment of magic, Miranda is mysteriously pulled into the life of a charming mermaid and her adventurous daughter. Why can’t her life be so carefree and exhilarating? Why can’t her own mother be more like Abigail, the mermaid? Be careful what you wish for though. Only through self-realization can Miranda figure out that perhaps the grass is not always greener. Held captive in an underwater paradise, Miranda wishes to desperately recapture the life she used to have.
Through many twists and turns, Miranda is caught up in a whirlwind of emotions, including finding her first true love.
Miranda is faced with making a decision that will not only affect her own life, but also those around her. What would you choose?
Praise:I love the way it all wrapped up. Some of the twists and turns took me by surprise, but that ending. Oh, how I loved it! ~Katie W.
Mya O’Malley was born and raised in the suburbs of New York City, where she currently lives with her husband, daughter and three step-daughters. The family also consists of two boxers; Destiny and Dolce and a ragdoll cat named Colby. Mya earned an undergraduate degree in special education and a graduate degree in reading and literacy. She works as a special education teacher and enjoys making a difference in the lives of her students.
Mya currently has two new releases: At First Sight, a contemporary romance about dating in the modern world, published by Astraea Press, and Where There is Love, a contemporary romance in which a woman struggles with past obstacles, ultimately faced with whether or not she will open her heart to love. Where There is Love is published with Solstice Publishing. Mya is excited to say that Astraea Press will be releasing her contemporary holiday paranormal romance titled If You Believe on November 25, 2014. Due to be released late January is The Calm After the Storm, published by TouchPoint Press. This novel is a contemporary romance taking place in the setting of Hurricane Sandy. The story revolves around the idea of a utility worker from Georgia falling in love with a woman in New York.
Mya’s passion is writing; she has been creating stories and poetry since she was a child. Mya spends her free time reading just about anything she can get her hands on. She is a romantic at heart and loves to create stories with unforgettable characters. Mya likes to travel; she has visited several Caribbean Islands, Mexico and Costa Rica. Mya is currently working on her sixth novel.
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