Apr 30, 2014

Delta for Devil…by A. H. Amin


Name your book Iblis (Arabic for Devil) and you are bound to summon THE topic.
So why have a name represented evil shared by many religions, cultures and folklores became the same name given to my second book?
Let’s go through the high way to Delta and see what light can it shed on Alpha, Beta and Charlie.
First things first, here’s a two minutes and so video that I have created to tell the story of the first book, spoilers free. Through that short presentation we will learn that both our protagonists are at ease and have reached to a point where they can take a short breath. What will happen next is caused by human nature… but funny thing about humans’ is they are always influenced, driven without being aware.




“The Devil is in the details” a quote that is still unknown to who it should be credited to… which gives it a stronger impact.
Our human nature governed – and sometimes manipulated – by our brains tends to relate and connect; trying to piece up jigsaws until a picture is formed. That picture can sometimes lead to our own destruction.
This is why today I am about to share another part from what is to come. In the first book of the series, Psychs, I have written this in the beginning.
“Good and Evil has no passport; it wears many skins, speaks in different tongues, and exists everywhere… even in the same person.”
What will be the next installment from the Psychs series brings? Well, that is only a scroll away.
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Only two days to go for Omega; the reveal day. I am getting excited to share the cover with you all.
~ A. H. Amin

  Iblis (Arabic for Devil), which would be apparent on the back cover:
With no more options to venture through, Hassan will be left with only one choice; to flee and start up a new life, leaving all the ties that have braced his entire being. But some ties are too tight, when severed; it will change his balance and force him back to face a tragedy.
Following his leads, Hassan will find himself roaming the streets of London for reprisal. Even with eight spirits by his side, which are connected to him by the tragic event of his birth, he will feel outnumbered, going against the Minerva Group and its limitless arsenal of agents and brutes. Hassan will desperately try his best to stay out of their reach until he finds a way to cut his losses short.
But being too deep in the belly of the beast, he may end up losing more; his life, or even worse… his sanity.

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The Light of the World by Randi Black (4/30/2014 @ 8 PM)

Title: The Light of the World

Author: Randi Black


Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance 18+

Publication Date: June 27, 2014

Cover Designer: Regina ~ Mae I Design


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Synopsis

It was 1995 in the Southern California wasteland.

I was barely legal and far from innocent. I loved The Gun Club more than I loved Walter, my high school sweetheart.  He was the only person who knew why I stopped singing and playing guitar after what happened to me when I was 16.  But even an engagement ring couldn’t save us after what he did to me that one afternoon.

I used to worry that college would come between us, but I never thought it would happen on move-in day.

That was the day I met Franz : a tall, handsome 23-year-old ex-jock from Germany.  He was so not my type, but the more I got to know him, the more I knew he was the right guy for me.  And after Walter betrayed me for the last time, it was time for me to break up with him and be with Franz for good.  I never thought he’d be a safe place for me to explore my darkest sexual fantasies.  Nor that he’d be a kindred spirit who knew exactly what it felt like when someone ridiculed your musical aspirations. 

We gonna start playing music together and be who we were meant to be.  Nothing and no one was gonna stop us. 

Not even Walter. 

Note:  This is the standalone sequel to Miss World, which was self-published in 2011, and takes place a month later. 




About the Author


Randi Black has worked as a phone sex operator, cashier, writing tutor, and librarian.
She holds an MFA and an MSLIS, and is responsible for the controversial debut novel, Miss World.
For now, she lives in Chicago with her long-suffering partner and spoiled cat.




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The God Killers by John F. Allen BBB: Tell us 3 things not in your bio we don’t know about you that might make us leery of befriending you. LOL! JA: 1) I’m a certified comic book and action/horror/sci-fi film GEEK! 2) My favorite foods are chicken, fish, pizza and burgers w/fries. 3) As well as being an author, I’m a visual artist who primarily uses: graphite, acrylic paint and digital media forums.
BBB: What authors/artists inspire you?
JA: Here’s the short list:
Robert B. Parker
Terri McMillan
Walter Mosley
Toni Morrison
Eric Jerome Dickey
L.A. Banks
Stephen King
Laurell K. Hamilton
Tom Clancy
Boris Vallejo
George R.R. Martin
Faith Hunter (ER: I know Faith!)
Ben Bova
Louis L’Amour

BBB: Do you have any strange writing habits (like standing on your head or writing in the shower)?
JA: LOL! I don’t know if it’s strange, but I always write to music playing in the background. It keeps me from feeling utterly alone and sometimes provides a soundtrack to the characters I’m writing. I also often drink caffeinated beverages when I write also, such as: coffee, tea and soda.
BBB: What’s on your playlist?
JA: My playlist is very eclectic to say the least. There are far too many individual artists to name, but the following is a music genre list:
Pop/Light Rock
R&B
Old School Hip Hop
Disco
Jazz
Blues

BBB: Have you ever been in trouble with the law?
JA: No, because I’ve never been caught! (Sinister grin)
BBB: What actors from the PAST (not living now) would you choose to play some of your characters if The God Killers were made into a movie or a TV show?
JA: Dorothy Dandridge as Ivory Blaque, David Niven or Vincent Price as Bishop, Ron O’Neal as Antoine Valentine, Jim Hutton as Reginald Montgomery, Rock Hudson as Brody O’Keefe, Jim Kelly as Malik Tokugawa, Woody Strode as Col. Brett “Flip” Warner and Paul Newman as Johnny Philcher.
BBB: How do you keep track of your world building?
JA: I have created a database full of statistical data on virtually everything! I come from a comic book background. Some time ago, both DC & Marvel published a series of biographical volumes on the characters, places and events in their respective universes. I followed suit and did the same for my literary creations.
BBB: Please tell us more about The God Killers and the storyline that drives it.
JA: The God Killers follows the life of Ivory Blaque. She is Former professional art thief who is hired to retrieve a pair of antique pistols and gets much more than she bargained for when several attempts are made on her life. Her world is further complicated by the early prison release of her mentor and former lover, Johnny Philcher, who wants to continue their relationship both sexually and professionally, but Ivory is not interested. Johnny then steals artwork from her former clients and frames her for it, all in an effort to discredit her and rebuild his criminal enterprise. Ivory’s client turns out to be a shadowy government agent named Elijah Bishop, who reveals that the pistols are linked to her unique heritage and the special psychic gifts she possesses.
But when she comes to the attention of Antoine Valentine, Chicago’s vampire lord, her friend, Brody O’Keefe—the alpha of the local werewolf pack—assigns his enforcer, Malik Tokugawa, to watch over her and chaos ensues.
In order to regain her autonomy, clear her name, unlock the secrets of her past, and protect the lives of those closest to her, Ivory must play along with the forces trying to manipulate her. Ivory’s life is rapidly spiraling out of control and headed for an explosive conclusion which she just might not survive.
BBB: How many more books will there be in this world?
JA: So far, there are 6 novels scheduled. However, I have plotted out over two dozen at this time and it will depend upon the fans and the publisher, where it goes from there.
BBB: Did you do any kind of research to determine the details of your characters’ lives / lifestyles?
JA: Yes. I am intimately familiar with the city of Chicago—the novel’s primary setting. I delved even further into Chicago’s history and in New Orleans history—where Ivory Blaque is originally from. Of course there was also research into the various existing preternatural mythos, which I incorporated into the backstory and origins of many of my characters.
BBB: Are you a plotser or a pantser? or a Planster (a combo of both)
JA: I’m a Planster (combo of both). I don’t write a formal outline, merely a 3 – 5 paragraph summary and file it away in case I need to refer to it. I have the extensive word building database to refer to as well. I keep most of the story in my head and then simply start writing. I allow the story to take me where it wants/needs to go, as well as the characters. I think that doing this gives the story an authentic and organic feel.
BBB: What’s the most difficult part of writing? What do you love most?
JA: I’d say for me, the most difficult part of writing is having more ideas/stories to tell than time. I often have to sit months, years even, on story ideas that I’m truly excited about, due to time constraints.
What I love most about writing is that I can express myself and live vicariously through my characters. I also love the idea that I can possibly give my readers an avenue of escape and exploration through reading my work.
BBB: What do you do when you’re not writing?
JA: I draw and paint, spend time with my family & friends, work at a bookstore and most importantly, I sleep.
BBB: Any suggestions for aspiring writers out there?
JA: Follow your dreams and don’t let the world or anyone in it deter you from them. I’d also say that aspiring writer should heed the advice in the following quotes, which are two of my favorites.
“There’s way too much pain in this business (writing) for anyone who doesn’t have to write. I always tell beginning writers, ‘If you can quit, then quit. If you can’t quit, you’re a writer.’”
~ R.A. Salvatore
“If there’s a book you really want to read but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”
~ Toni Morrison
BBB: What types of creatures can readers expect in your world?
JA: Vampires, werewolves, mummies, zombies, gods, demi-gods, cosmic entities, angels, demons and just about every mythological/folktale/preternatural/urban legend creature known to man. I started with the most familiar of creatures and work my way up to little known/obscure creatures for a unique twist to Ivory’s ongoing saga. I also explore creatures from other cultures beyond those most popular. There will also be super powered humans as well.
BBB: Do you ever come up with anything so wild that you scare yourself, which leaves you wondering where that came from?
JA: Yes, that happens quite often. I can’t reveal the exact nature of those creatures/storylines, but let’s just say that TBIYTC (The Best Is Yet To Come)!!!
BBB: What’s coming up for you in 2014?
JA: I am looking to have The Conclave: Book II in the Ivory Blaque series out by July 2014. I will also have a series of novelette/novella length stories featuring a character named Knight Ranger appear throughout the year, as well as a host of short stories to be featured in a wide range of anthologies. Those anthology stories will range in genres from horror, paranormal romance, sci-fi, steampunk, mystery, political/military thrillers and fantasy.
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About John F. Allen

Author John F. Allen
Author Bio:

John F. Allen is an American writer born in Indianapolis, IN. He is a member of the Speculative Fiction Guild and the Indiana Writers Center. He began writing stories as early as the second grade and pursued all forms of writing at some point, throughout his career. John studied Liberal Arts at IUPUI with a focus in Creative Writing, received an honorable discharge from the United States Air Force and is a current member of the American Legion. John’s debut novel, The God Killers published in 2013 by Seventh Star Press. John currently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife, son and daughter.
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Excerpt and Giveaway: Plus One by Elizabeth Fama


Published: April 8th, 2014

Description:

Divided by day and night and on the run from authorities, star-crossed young lovers unearth a sinister conspiracy in this compelling romantic thriller.

Seventeen-year-old Soleil Le Coeur is a Smudge—a night dweller prohibited by law from going out during the day. When she fakes an injury in order to get access to and kidnap her newborn niece—a day dweller, or Ray—she sets in motion a fast-paced adventure that will bring her into conflict with the powerful lawmakers who order her world, and draw her together with the boy she was destined to fall in love with, but who is also a Ray.

Set in a vivid alternate reality and peopled with complex, deeply human characters on both sides of the day-night divide, Plus One is a brilliantly imagined drama of individual liberty and civil rights, and a fast-paced romantic adventure story.

EXCERPT


At that moment the trees exploded. The starlings, on a mysterious mass whim, burst from their perches like thousands of synchronized windup toys. They formed a zeppelin-size cloud that seemed to levitate into the sky, swirling as each bird adjusted instantaneously to the smallest movement of the bird next to it. The cloud shimmered, flashing black and silver in the light, twisting on itself, blowing above us like a plume of smoke on the wind. D’Arcy and I, and every other person on the prairie with us, turned our heads and swiveled our bodies, following the path of the birds.



“A murmuration!” someone shouted.



Back and forth the cloud of starlings swirled: now as concentrated as a tornado, then unfurling like a massive flag in the wind, finally rolling in on itself into a tube, and a ball, becoming blacker and smaller in its density, then breaking apart into two midair groupings and shape-shifting seamlessly together again. The cloud ebbed and flowed through the vast sky—wheeling like a wave cut loose from the ocean, pouring over the farmland across the road—and suddenly disappeared high above the trees, only to reappear just as quickly, swooping back over the prairie, so low over our heads that D’Arcy and I ducked instinctively, my hair whipping in the downdraft they generated, their wings beating like the rush of the surf, deafening as they passed. I screamed involuntarily, my chest bursting with the marvel, the joy, the miracle of nature. It gave me the sort of exhilarating edge of fear that I had whenever I experienced something astonishingly beautiful. The mass of birds flew up, straight up, headed for orbit, and then curled and plummeted in a limp waterfall of tiny bodies behind the trees, falling straight toward the ground into utter silence.



The people around us laughed in overt wonder. I was gasping for air, and my heart was beating frantically in my chest. D’Arcy’s face fairly glowed.



I shoved him in the shoulders, making him lose his balance, blurting, “No fair!” and then caught him before he fell. We steadied each other— I grabbed his elbows, he held my waist— as I said, forgetting to conceal a smile that was probably transparent with adoration, “You just had to top my Milky Way, didn’t you?”






About the author:




Elizabeth Fama is the author of Plus One (FSG, 2014), Monstrous Beauty (FSG, 2012), a YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults selection and Odyssey Award honor winner, and Overboard (Cricket Books, 2002), an ALA Best Books for Young Adults. She is represented by Sara Crowe of Harvey Klinger, Inc.




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