Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Limited Time - Magick Happens - Bewitching Book Tours Package



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Magick Happens Tour Package

Limited Time Special

Spellbinding Special One Month Tour

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* Sidebar Advertising on 3 Blogs for One Month

* Headtalker Campaign

* Newsletter Blast

* Featured Author 2 Hour Time Slot at a Multi-Author Facebook Party

This is an additional $50 value added on to our one month package 
at no extra charge to you

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Offer Expires January 25- tour can occur at any future date

This offer cannot be combined with any other discounts, sales or special offers.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Quick Tips for Authors- Self Promotion by Roxanne Rhoads

Quick Tips for Authors- Self Promotion
by Roxanne Rhoads

Promotion- it’s a bad word for many authors…downright evil… but a necessary evil.

A small percentage of authors revel in the spotlight and have no problem talking, promoting, and selling.

But most of us…well we’d rather be writing. And not writing about our books or ourselves, we simply want to be writing our books.

What happened to the days when the reclusive author typed away in their little hermit like abode, sent the manuscript off to a publisher who handled everything and the author sat back and got rich while writing more books?

I think that image is a fairy tale, I’m not even sure if that author stereotype was ever a reality at all but when I was young that’s how I envisioned the author’s world. Then I started writing books- and thought that once a publisher accepted and published my work the hard part was over. Boy was I wrong.

The idea “if I write it, people will buy it” doesn’t get you very far. There are simply too many books flooding the market. Thanks to the internet and technology more books than ever are being published every day- and it is very easy to get loss in the ever growing a sea of pages and book covers.

What can an author do to stand out from the crowd?

Promotion.

Yes, there’s that damn word again but honestly it’s what can make or break your book. The other, I swear, is simply luck, and maybe a pact with the devil.

I’ve seen amazing books totally tank in sales and crap books, poorly written with sentences that run on and are hard to read, make the bestseller list on Amazon, repeatedly.

Why? Promotion.

For the past several years I have been on a quest to learn everything I can about the book business and book world, from all angles- author, editor, publicist, reviewer, book blogger, even publisher -and I’ve learned a lot.

So what words of wisdom can I share with authors who are looking for the secrets to book success?

First of all- web presence.

What’s the first thing many people do when they hear about something- whether it’s a book, business, or new product?

They Google it.

That’s why an author should have a website- a good one, a professional one that showcases their author/book brand. If you write paranormal books your website should have a hint of the paranormal in it- should it showcase screaming skulls and blood dripping fangs? Probably not. Keep it tasteful and professional while making it clear you are a paranormal author, or romance author, or whatever.

Your website can sell you and your books 24 hours a day, 7 days a week all over the world. Nothing else can reach as wide an audience 24/7.

The author website should have 6 key things to be successful- a way to contact you, your bio, your bookshelf (if you write in different genres or have a couple different series then you should have separate pages for each genre or series), a calendar or schedule of author appearances whether in the real world or online, a page of fun stuff and/or links that relate to your books, and your media page which should contain an author photo, media ready bio, sample author Q and A, and your most recent book cover and blurb.

I also suggest having a regularly updated blog and newsletter that readers can subscribe to.

Also be sure to utilize Author Central at Amazon, you can add your links and blog feed to your author page.

Which brings me to the next thing an author needs to utilize…social media- Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads- these are some of the most popular social media outlets for connecting with readers and other authors. The idea is to build is solid foundation of reader and author followers. Do this by posting fun and informative tweets and updates- not just promo. And you can link all your accounts together through apps at Twitter and Facebook or through outside apps like HootSuite.

An author should also stay up to date on what’s popular and working in the online book world- for example: book trailers, book soundtracks, Twitter parties, virtual book tours.

Do book trailers or soundtracks sell books? In my opinion no, but they are great tools for sharing your book (these would fall under that fun stuff category above to include on your website).

Virtual book tours, however, are one of the best ways to spread the word about your book. You can reach a worldwide audience without ever leaving your home at a tiny fraction of the cost of a real world book tour.

The goal is not just book sales but reaching out and gaining new followers. After a book tour you should see the subscribers list to your newsletter has grown, you have more Twitter and Facebook followers, and the number of blog followers you have has increased- and hopefully your book sales have skyrocketed.

So what do you do during a book tour? You’ll write guest posts, fill out and interviews, and sometimes participate in live chats and podcast and radio interviews at different blogs and sites around the web. The book tour company will schedule everything. 

The key is choosing the best company for your book- find a company that has handled many books in your genre and that shows a good track record. If you only see one or two previous tours done by this company perhaps you should move on to the next book tour company- and new ones pop up every day. Do your homework before laying down the cash. While no book tour business can guarantee sales or great reviews they should be able to provide you with proven capability, organization and a certain amount of tour stops based on what you paid for.

Are real live book events things of the past? No, not at all.

By all means go out to local book stores, libraries, seasonal and holiday events and set up signings, schedule fun events that will bring people in- work with other authors to create group things that draw a crowd.

For instance if you write paranormal books- get out there at Halloween events and sell your stuff. Set up tables for sales and signings at Halloween reading and parties at local libraries, (schools too if your book is kid oriented), hayrides, even haunted houses. Work with your community to promote your book. You might be surprised at how many local businesses and event planners will be thrilled to have something unique and special (like an author) be a guest at their holiday event.

And be sure to bring business cards, bookmarks or other promo materials to all your live book promotions. Pass them out at local libraries and bookstores too.

The key is- get out and promote- whether virtually, in real life, or both. You are not going to get anywhere as an author being a hermit and hiding in your house tapping away at the keys of your computer.

Publication is only the beginning of the process…promotion is the road to success.



Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours 
Quick Tips for Authors Guide
Roxanne Rhoads


Are you considering a virtual book tour? 

Not sure where to start or exactly what an online tour will entail?

Roxanne Rhoads, book publicist and owner of Bewitching Book Tours, shares her virtual tour expertise in this Quick Tips for Authors Guide.

Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours will guide you in utilizing the best marketing tool available- a virtual book tour, which can create online exposure for your book, jumpstart your book sales, help build your author brand, and expand your network.

In this guide you’ll learn:
•what you should do before a tour 
•the components of a great author website 
•the best social media outlets for authors to utilize 
•tips for building your author brand
•how to write great guest blogs
•what to expect from an online book tour
•the secrets of successful book tours
•how to schedule your own virtual book tour

And you’ll receive in-depth details about what to do during a virtual book tour to guarantee success.

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What Readers Are Saying About Secrets of Successful Book Tours

As a book blogger, I am often surprised by the number of new authors I meet that do not really promote their books. There are a lot of inexpensive and free ways for them to do so. Roxanne Rhoads does an excellent job of laying these ideas out. The book is well-organized and easy to follow. She points out author mistakes and faux pas. She speaks from her past experiences. I have a background in marketing. Roxanne Rhoads has a strong understanding of marketing and does a great job of explaining her suggestions and ideas. I highly suggest this book to all authors. There are many great ideas in this book that can help brand you as an author as well as get your books noticed. There are so many books out there. It is absolutely necessary for an author to promote themselves.” Diane Lynch, Book Blogger

“Jam-packed with useful tips that had be scrambling for my calendar. And the conciseness is frankly another selling point for a busy authorpreneur. Who has time to wade through a bunch of fluff? Not me. And Roxanne doesn't waste our time with that -- she gets straight to the business of book tours. Want to run your own tour? No problem. The book provides advice on DIY'ers as well. From lists of blog ideas to the legal in's and out's of using images, Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours has something for novices and old hands like myself. And I believe her branding advice was spot on.” ~ Kirsten Weiss, Author

“This is a must have for any author planning to do a virtual book tour. Most of us wouldn't even think of half this stuff. Roxanne's advice is golden.” ~ Serena Synn, Author

“This book is packed with information on how to not only promote your book but also promote yourself as an author.” ~ Bonnie Amazon Review


I have been doing blog tours with Roxanne for quite some time now and I can say her organization and skills are without a doubt top notch.  If I ever actually get around to writing my novel I can assure you that I will use this as a guide.   She covers everything from building your brand to what to expect on a blog tour.

Her knowledge is well shared and I think every author that wants to build their brand should read this guy.  Simply put this is a must read for any author that wants to exposure that can come with a blog tour. ~Jen Brooks The Cubicle Escapee


In this era of self-publishing, an author needs to do as much as they can to get themselves noticed. Enter the virtual book tour, a tour of blogs on the Internet - as opposed to visiting book stores - with the aim of increasing an author's online presence and ultimately increasing book sales. Roxanne Rhoads guides you through the dos and don'ts of virtual book tours, with great advice on providing fresh material for each tour stop. She covers both tours run by established tour companies and tours you plan yourself, and she includes a list of sites where you can find book bloggers to contact. She also gives you some great advice about setting up your online and social media presence, as well as social media mistakes to avoid.

Roxanne Rhoads is the guru behind Bewitching Book Tours, the first book tour company I ever signed up with. If you're interested in a well-organized blog tour, be sure to check out Bewitching Book Tours. As Roxanne states, "Publication is only the beginning of the process ... promotion is the road to success."

An excellent quick guide for all authors. ~ Lynda Dickson - Books Direct

Recommended reading for anyone considering a blog tour. There is information here that I didn't know and have never come across before. If you want to do-it-yourself, there is a section to help with that as well. How to write a good guest blog, do's and don'ts, even copyright information. It changed the way I think about blog tours and I will be doing things differently the next time around. ~ kmontemayor Amazon Review


This little gem was borne out of Ms. Rhoads' experiences and speaks for itself. It is a must-have reference for authors old and new. ~ AoBibliophile


Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours is fantastic compilation of tips, tricks, and learning tools for ensuring your book tour is to your liking.  The guide is filled with do's and don'ts as you navigate your tour whether it's your first or your 10th.  Learn what a book tour is all about, how to market your author brand, write guest posts, and much, much more. Highly recommended for authors and bloggers, alike. ~Amber Marr Saph’s Book Blog

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Bewitching Winter Holiday Extravaganza - Put your book in the gift buying spotlight this holiday season



Do you have a book that you’d like to put in front of readers this holiday season?

Put your book in the holiday spotlight with the Bewitching Winter Holiday Extravaganza.

The Bewitching Holiday Extravaganza is Open to All Books, Not Just Holiday Themed Books

Your book does not have to be a holiday themed book though we gladly welcome holiday romances, holiday urban fantasy, horror or holiday erotica books

From November 21- December 23 you will be featured with Bewitching Tour Stops, Social Media Promotion along with a multi-author Facebook party in December.

To participate you’ll need to provide details for one book you wish to promote including a high resolution jpeg of your cover and an excerpt.

You’ll also need to provide a Winter Holiday themed guest blog or a short holiday flash fiction story or poem. Your guest blog or flash fiction materials may feature Christmas, Yule, the Winter Solstice, Hanukkah, Kwanza, or whatever winter holiday you choose to celebrate with your writing. Guest blogs may be recipes, DIY Tutorials, Holiday Music Playlists, Top Ten Gift Lists, or anything related to the holidays.

For the Facebook Party you’ll need quizzes, games and a few small prizes for your author party block.

The fee for this promotion is $100 per author for one book. If you wish to promote additional books each additional book is $50.

Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/3ZUxceF70Iqpc3qT2 

Books will be split into genre specific holiday promotions- 

A Very Scary Christmas (Horror), Fangs for the Holidays (PNR and UF), Hot for the Holidays (erotica), and Christmas Kisses (Romance).








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Sunday, August 7, 2016

Author Sign-Ups Still Open for the Haunted Halloween Spooktacular


Bewitching Book Tours is offering a fun Halloween promotion open to all authors who have a book featuring supernatural characters, terrifying tales, haunted homes, wicked or wonderful witches, vampires, werewolves, demons and more.

If your book has paranormal elements, spooky settings, or is a terrifying tale of horror join us for the Bewitching Book Tours’ Haunted Halloween Spooktacular.

A month and a half of Bewitching Tour Stops, Social Media Promotion and a Kindle Fire Giveaway along with a multi-author Facebook party in October.

To participate you’ll need to provide details for one book you wish to promote including a high resolution jpeg of your cover and an excerpt. You’ll also need to provide a Halloween theme guest blog or a short Halloween flash fiction story.
For the Facebook Party you’ll need quizzes, games and a few prizes for your author party block.

The fee for this promotion is $100 per author for one book. If you wish to promote additional books each additional book is $50.

To sign up visit this link: https://goo.gl/forms/6Pw8POTgX0hlXyd12

Sunday, May 15, 2016

May/June Issue Bewitching Book Tours Magazine


This issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine features: Spring-Heeled Jack with Kirsten Weiss, Inspiration for Ambushing Malachi with Electra Gajdos, Southern Eccentrics: Writing Funny When Life Isn’t with Lexi George, Keep the Reader Guessing with Leonard D. Hilley II, Defeat Writer's Block with Luke Ahearn, Inspired by Horrible Things with Neil Rochford, and Top Ten Things To Do At HallowRead with Rachel Rawlings.

Read online or download a free pdf
https://issuu.com/bewitchingbooktours/docs/may_and_june_2016_bewitching_book_t/1

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Download Your Free March Issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine



The March issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine features the Superhero Romance- Electromancer by Daco, the Southern Gothic Horror novel Silk by LM Pruitt, an Interview with Wende Dikec, How to Be Happy with Christian A. Brown, Ten Reasons Authors Should Go On A Virtual Book Tour with Roxanne Rhoads, Whereafter by Terri Bruce, Witch of the Cards by Catherine Stine, Finding Flick with Tanith Davenport, Creating Teasers that Make Your Readers Want More with Abigail Drake and Bound by Carmen Fox.

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Monday, February 8, 2016

Free Read: February Issue Bewitching Book Tours Magazine


In the February issue discover Pat Esden’s Top Ten Gothic Novels and Movies, Top Ten Myths About Authors with Sabrina Benulis, Amber Malloy’s Top Ten Spy Movies , Explore Dragons – Fable or Fact? With Linda K. Hopkins, Check out the character chat Sabine Priestly has with Balastar and Kit from Liberation, and read reviews and excerpts from new releases.

Download Your Free Copy Today



Table of Contents

Page 6 Top Ten Myths About Authors By Sabrina Benulis

Page 11 The Asset by Anna del Mar

Page 16 Poetic Womb by Wenona Napolitano

Page 18 Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours by Roxanne Rhoads

Page 29 Dragons – Fable or Fact? By Linda K. Hopkins

Page 36 The Crow Box by Nikki Rae

Page 40 The Astronaut’s Princess by Lisa Medley

Page 45 Divide and Conquer by Carmen Fox

Page 48 Happy Tails and Tales Reviews Divide and Conquer by Carmen Fox

Page 50 The Desire Series by Roxanne Rhoads

Page 52 A Review of Fire Touched by Patricia Briggs

Page 53 A Review of Grave Visions by Kalayna Price

Page 54 A Review of The Witches of Echo Park Series by Amber Benson

Page 55 When in Gnome by Emily Night

Page 58 Amber Malloy’s Top Ten Spy Movies

Page 60 Near The Wild by Maureen Willett

Page 66 Hot Dish By Jamie K. Schmidt

Page 71 Sabine Priestly has a chat with Balastar and Kit from Liberation

Page 80 Instruction Trilogy by L.M. Pruitt

Page 84 Heartless by Kelly Martin

Page 89 Pat Esden’s Top Ten Gothic Novels and Movies!

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Now Available: Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours by Roxanne Rhoads



Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours
Quick Tips for Authors Guide
Roxanne Rhoads

Book Description:

Are you considering a virtual book tour?

Not sure where to start or exactly what an online tour will entail?

Roxanne Rhoads, book publicist and owner of Bewitching Book Tours, shares her virtual tour expertise in this Quick Tips for Authors Guide.

Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours will guide you in utilizing the best marketing tool available- a virtual book tour, which can create online exposure for your book, jumpstart your book sales, help build your author brand, and expand your network.

In this guide you’ll learn:
·       what you should do before a tour
·       the components of  a great author website
·       the best social media outlets for authors to utilize
·       tips for building your author brand
·       how to write great guest blogs
·       what to expect from an online book tour
·       the secrets of successful book tours
·       how to schedule your own virtual book tour

And you’ll receive in-depth details about what to do during a virtual book tour to guarantee success.

Amazon    BN    Kobo    Scribd    iBooks

Smashwords    Inktera     Createspace

About the Author:

Roxanne Rhoads has been working in the world of online book promotion since 2005. She has worked as a freelance writer, author, book reviewer, book blogger, editor, self-publisher and book publicist. She has a unique advantage of knowing how multiple sides of book publishing and promotion operate.

Roxanne understands how book bloggers work and what they want to make their jobs easier while also understanding that authors need promotion to be streamlined, easy, and less time consuming.

Roxanne shares some of her knowledge in her latest release, Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours.

Author Website  http://www.roxannerhoads.com
Bewitching Book Tours www.bewitchingbooktours.com




Twitter @RoxanneRhoads

Monday, January 11, 2016

Download your free issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine January Issue



This month’s features include: The Deepest Well by Juliette Cross​ Strange Girl by Christopher Pike, Top Ten Book Couples with Angela McGurk​, Five Things That Suck Me Into a Horror Film or Novel with Kathleen Collins​, Jessica Aspen​’s Favorite Fairytale Characters, 5 Things You May Not Know About TF Walsh, Top Ten Kickass Heroines by Lori Sjoberg​, Monsters Need Love Too by Lisa Medley, and Interviews with Theresa Dalayne​, Leyla Kader Dahm​ and Paul Barrett.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours by Roxanne Rhoads


Secrets of Successful Virtual Book Tours
Quick Tips for Authors
by Roxanne Rhoads

Are you considering a virtual book tour?

Not sure where to start or exactly what an online tour will entail?

Book Publicist Roxanne Rhoads shares some of her virtual tour expertise in this Quick Tips for Authors Guide.

You’ll learn what to do before a tour, the best social media outlets to utilize, what to expect from a tour, in-depth details about author guest blogs, and other secrets for successful tours.



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Monday, December 7, 2015

Download your Free December Issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine



Holiday features include: Alphas Unwrapped, Easy Ideas for a Merry Green Christmas by Wenona Napolitano​, The Jolly Elf by Roxanne Rhoads​, ReGift with Class by Wenona Napolitano, Holiday Flash Fiction A Sleigh Ride Home, Holiday Gifts for the Undead in Your Life by Kory M. Shrum​, and Top 10 Gifts for the Author in Your Life by Lisa Beth Darling​.

Other features this month: The Limits of the Imagination in Paranormal Romance by Sharon Buchbinder, Top Ten Time Travel Tales by Kevin B. Henry, Crestfall: A Novel of Earth and Fire by Lily St. John McKee, and Under the Gaze of the Basilisk by Laura Bickle​.

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Friday, November 27, 2015

Kindle Freebie November 27-28 Bewitching Brews and Devilish Desserts




Bewitching Brews and Devilish Desserts 
A Collection of Cocktail and Dessert Recipes
Edited by Roxanne Rhoads

Paperback: 50 pages

Publisher: Bewitching Books

ISBN-10: 1502947013

ISBN-13: 978-1502947017
ASIN: B00PE0BNES

Book Description:

Stir up a little magic from our cauldron full of cocktails and desserts. 

The authors of Bewitching Book Tours conjured a collection of delicious potions inspired by their books and characters. 

Grab your wand (or spoon) and cast one of these spellbinding recipes today.

Available at Amazon

Includes recipes by Sharon Baylis , Ami Blackwelder , Cassandra Lawson , Susannah Sandlin, Cherrie Mack , Maggie Mundy , Suzanne Johnson , Katalina Leon , Kay Dee Royal ,
 Sophie Avett , Elizabeth Loraine , G.L. Ross  , T.W. Kirchner ,  Roxanne Rhoads  

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

ReGift with Class By Wenona Napolitano

It happens, we all end up receiving a few less than desirable gifts throughout our lives. Maybe it’s that third crock-pot you received as a wedding gift or the fourth toaster for your house warming or maybe it’s the ten millionth holiday coffee mug that found its way to your stocking but most of us all have a few things tucked away in cupboards or closets that we have never used.

With the economy in such a slump and eco-thoughts fully conscious in your mind it is time to rethink the regift.

The key to regifting is to do it with style and class.

First of all don’t regift to the person who originally gave you the gift or at a social function where that original gift giver may be. If the gift is something unique also don’t regift to someone who is in contact with the original gift giver (you wouldn’t want the gifter to see the gift at the new giftee’s home unless you plan on offering full disclosure).

Second, make sure the gift was never used and that it is still in pristine, brand new condition (exceptions are allowed for books, CDs and DVDs that you know someone would really love but they still have to be in good shape). For any appliances or items with multiple parts make sure that all the pieces are there and that the item is still in working condition. You don’t want to give a gift that’s all banged up and missing pieces after being shoved around in your closet, tossed around in the garage or moved from place to place. If it needs batteries put a brand new set in with the gift.

Third, rewrap the gift. Do not ever leave the gift in the same torn wrapping paper that you re-taped or in the same (now) rumpled gift bag it came in . And make sure you put a new tag on it addressing it specifically to the person the gift is for. This cleans it up and makes you put a little thought into it. A gift should always have a bit of a personal touch to it.

Fourth and most importantly, don’t regift just to get rid of something taking up space in your home or so can have a gift to give someone without spending any money. Give the gift to someone who will actually use and/or enjoy the gift. If you know someone needs a toaster or coffee pot then by all means give them the extra appliance that you have in your closet but don’t just give it to someone to get rid of it.

There’s a way to really regift with class- personalize the gift. Make the receiver feel special by letting them know the gift is just for them, that you really thought about it. This could be done by adding little custom things. If it’s a scarf or linens add a bit of custom monogramming. Is it a book? Add a special note in the book for the person who is receiving it. Find some way to add a special touch to the gift so the receiver will feel special.

If you really want to unload some of those unused gifts taking up space, participate in a regifting party, also known as a white elephant exchange. You could even hold it on National Regifting Day which is December 17, 2015 this year. Always the third Thursday in December.

There are many ways to have a regifting party. One is to have everyone bring one or two unwrapped gifts and place them on a table. Everyone takes a number and the first number called gets to pick the first gift and it goes on from there until everyone gets a chance to choose a gift

Here are more ways to have a Regifting Party :


Leftover gifts and anything that’s really unwanted by anyone at the party can always be donated to Goodwill, The Salvation Army, or a local shelter. Someone could love it.

To learn more about regifting visit http://regiftable.com/  and make sure to check out ReGifting 101 http://regiftable.com/Regifting101/Default.aspx  for a crash course in regiving.



Thursday, May 21, 2015

Kindle Freebie May 21-23 A Hot and Sinful Summer








A Hot and Sinful Summer

5 Tantalizing Tales of Sizzling Summer Seduction
By Roxanne Rhoads

Five sinfully seductive tales of scorching summer trysts grace the pages of this short story collection.

Something More Than Friends- a clandestine hookup in the front seat of a car is anything but casual as two friends simmer with emotion while hiding their secret affair from the rest of the world.

Sun Worship- The heat brings out carnal urges in Gina, urges she can't control as the hot summer sun beats down upon her bare skin. You won’t believe the naughty things she does to appease her needs...while her neighbor, Joe, secretly watches.

Lawn Service- Serena's loneliness and the relentless summer heat have her aching for something sinful. Her wishes are granted when Rob, a sexy lawn service technician, shows up to get her yard in shape for the annual 4th of July party.

A Hot and Sticky Summer Night- It’s a hot summer night and a young couple are plagued by boredom. They drive around looking for something fun to do. They end up making love in the woods... and it's anything but boring.

Not Another One Night Stand- Rebecca has been watching Damon at the nightclub for weeks. One night she finally works up the courage to approach him...and he goes home with her. Will it be just a one night stand or could it be something more?

Get it at Amazon 

Friday, May 15, 2015

May Issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine




Check out the free May issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine- filled with author interviews, excerpts, author advice and more.



Flip through the pages and discover Interviews with AD A.D. Marrow​, Laila Blake​ and L.C. Spoering​, TW T.w. Kirchner​, MJ M.J. Rose​;  Character Interviews with Desy Smith’s Cast of The Talented; Ghosties, Ghoulies, and Samhain with Ann Gimpel​; What makes Heuer Tick with AB A.b. Funkhauser​; I’ve Got Designs on You with Nelli Rees; Flash Fiction with Kyoko M; Eco Summer Fun with La Mamma Verde Wenona Napolitano​, and you’ll find Roxanne Rhoads​ in the Naughty Nook.