Have a book to promote? Link it here! #authors #writers #paranormal #ghosts

If any one is interested in writing a short ‘n’ sharp paragraph of paranormal true events (could be while researching your book or a reason why you wrote the book in the first place!) send it to wiselouise(AT)gmail.com for it to be placed on this blog. Continue reading

If you liked the #Brit series Life on Mars, you’ll like Wide Awake Asleep #kindleUnlimited #timetravel #timeslips #coma

Free on Kindle Unlimited… Wide Awake Asleep If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up where you least expect Village girl Julie Compton couldn’t wait to leave Potterspury, her mum, boyfriend and best friend when they turned against … Continue reading

‘The soul never was, and never will be, intact with your body.’ ― Dáire Quin, Study of Astral Travel, 1989 #timetravel #paranormal #fiction

‘When one is lost, one should go back and retrace one’s steps.’ ― Dáire Quin, Time Travel Does Exist, 2001 WIDE AWAKE ASLEEP No one saw Julie’s car leave the road, no one saw her crash into the watery ditch, … Continue reading

Louise Wise’s new time-travel romance out for Christmas!

Coming soon… Village girl Julie Compton couldn’t wait to leave Potterspury, neither could she wait to turn her back on her mum, boyfriend and best friend when they cruelly conspired against her and turned her cossetted life upside down and inside … Continue reading

Returning to Eden’s prehistoric #scifi saga that stole the hearts of #readers everywhere.

‘I’m scared’, Fly had said. He was never scared. He was her hero. Her rugged hero made up from all the romance books she’d read. Big, bold and beautiful—in an alien kind of way. Jenny’s from Earth. Fly’s from Itor. … Continue reading

The worst thing you can say to someone with #depression is ‘pull yourself together’.

‘I’m not angry, moody or resentful. I just don’t like people.’ – Valerie Anthrope. ‘Oh no, I’ve Fallen in Love! comes a warm, tear-jerking story of strong women, bad-turned-good men and the power of friendship. Valerie’s life has been one of … Continue reading

‘Is it in?’ – A Proper Charlie #romcom #british #badsex #cheapbooks

 A Proper Charlie is a contemporary romance and sums up what the genre is all about: fun, ‘finding yourself’ and relationships.   Charlie Wallis is a ditzy redhead but her heart is in the right place. Without a family, she was … Continue reading

Need a new alpha hero? #alienromance

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When the mission to Planet Eden went wrong and Jenny ended
up castaway on the cold and dank world, she became resigned to her new life even
if it meant she had to fend for herself and hide from vicious creatures that
appeared to be half wolf half human.
But was she alone? 
It felt like someone was stalking her; watching her. 
Waiting. 
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Imprisoned for brutal crimes against his wardens, Fly became
an unwilling experiment and was transported, with other criminals, to a hostile
planet. Full of mutiny, anger and a desire for revenge the experiment was never
going to be successful and Fly became the only survivor when the craft crashed.
Not only had Fly struck up a strange friendship with the
wolf-people that Jenny feared, he’d become their dominate leader.
And when Jenny arrived, he was in dire need of a queen.
He wasn’t about to let her go without a fight. Not until he
possessed her, anyway.
Eden is a sensual romance intended for the 17+ reader: 
a gentle erotic story of love, acceptance and survival. 
 One woman.
One man.
SHIPWRECKED
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Eden 

Reviews are an author’s gold

by
Nicholas Maze

How do you get reviews?
When it comes to books, reviews are partial gold. Reviews
spark a person’s interest. If you are new to the writing scene and have no
reviews you can easily be overlooked: an individual will not take the time to
read about your book, even if it is a genre that they love.

Although you spent months or years writing, that two-paragraphed
review could hold the life of your book in its hands.

At the same time, you can have great reviews, but no
one ever sees them. Being unknown can stop you from being noticed all together.
So, a long list of great reviews can mean nothing. Reviews are a gamble, but
definitely worth the risk.

I also utilize book review services, such as *bookrooster.com
and *bookplex.com. These organizations locate reviewers for you, who turnaround
and submit their reviews to various online sites. By submitting reviews to
various online stores, they are increasing your presence and certifying you as
a worthy writer.
*Louise Wise: I haven’t checked these out, but be expected to pay.

How do you deal with bad ones?

In my world, a bad review is excellent!

I’ll give two key reasons why I enjoy bad reviews.
First, a bad review helps you to grow. When you receive a poor review, you have
the opportunity to see where you might have made a mistake or maybe missed some
information. Bad reviews help you to grow as a writer.

My second benefit is reality. When a curious reader is
going through your reviews, they will come across that negative review. Of
course they will wonder if the book is terrible, but they will also see that
real people reviewed your work. And, if you have good or great reviews to go
along with it, they can weigh their options.

About a week ago, I received my lowest review for my
latest work (EXIT: How to Leave Debt Forever). The reviewer titled the review,
“I didn’t find anything new here.”

Although, the title stated how my book was just like
any other financial book, the reviewer yet pointed out that they learned
something in the book. This type of review is even better, because I not only
received a “lower than average” review, but I also received good remarks on my
work. So, a curious reader will be led to read the negative review and find a
positive spin on it.

One thing you have to remember is that you will not
please everyone, so write from your heart and find the good in all your reviews
and comments.


The Exit
How to Leave Debt Forever

What 12+ years of schooling never provided is located within this amazing literature. From basic instructions on saving to the reason for America’s current financial dilemma, we receive great advice in the world of finance. People across the globe are crying for relief that will never come. In EXIT, we learn that financial strain is planned and orchestrated. The more America suffers financially, the more successful certain individuals become. How do we eliminate a problem that has been in place for almost 100 years? We first learn how to exit, escape.  

Genre – Non-Fiction/Self-Help/Financial

Format – Paperback & Ebook
Publisher – Pearle Pages Publishing
Released – February 21, 2012



Purchase Links:
Nicholas Maze Website
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How one writer discovered a writer’s group and never looked back.

by
 Christine Powell Gomez

I started my writing journey about a year ago.  I just woke up one morning and said “I’m
going to write a book.”  No—really, I
did.  Of course my husband just laughed
and responded, “Yeah…right.”  I can’t
say that I blame him for his lack of support. 
Honestly, it is something you get used to after a while.  You eventually learn that your family and
friends could care less about your next chapter or what your characters are
doing.  
I didn’t give much thought about how to write.  I just opened a new word document and started
typing…Not exactly the best way for a novice writer to begin their
journey.   But, no one has ever accused
me of doing anything with caution; I prefer to jump in feet first before testing
the waters.  After a few weeks it dawned
on me, I really have no idea what I’m doing. 
Not that I was going to let that stop me!  It was time to do a little research.  I needed to know how other authors take their
ideas and make real.  That is when I
found the most important tool for success—A great supportive writing group.  I had no idea that other writers could be
such a big source of knowledge, and that they were willing to share that with
you.  Anytime I had a question, someone
was always there with an answer.  I wish
I would have started my journey here; it would have made things a lot easier.
It took 3 months for me to complete my book.  It was like a weight lifting from my
shoulder…That is until I realized it was just the beginning.  I thought writing it would be the hardest
part, but I was wrong.  I now entered the
realm of need-to-find-an-editor, formatting-is-not-my-friend,
I-hate-my-cover-but-can’t-afford-anything-else, and my favorite
if-you-don’t-market-your-book-nobody-will-buy-it.
It wasn’t until latter that I learn about building a
brand and networking—two things that are essential to becoming a successful
writer.  But, every step of the way was
made easier by those in my writing group that had been there before and was
willing to share their journey.
The moral to this story—even if you don’t know where
to start or what to do next, you can still accomplish your dream if you put
your mind to it.  Everyone has a
different journey…So, embrace your journey, join a writing group, write your
little heart out and most important—never be afraid to ask.  There will always be other writers willing to
lend an ear and give advice.
  

Buy Now!

Broken relationships were a constant in Mae’s life,
causing her to swear off men forever. Unwittingly lured to Ireland, Mae finds
herself knee-deep in a hidden world she never knew existed and head over heels
for the very man that tricked her to coming there. His deception is complicated
by his own feelings for the one person that holds the key to merging the
ancient races that once ruled the ancient word.



Mae finds herself in an underground world of witches, and vampires, which are half-breeds of aliens long gone. She learns about her own unique parentage and powers, which she must study in order to control, before they consume her.

Beck and Helen’s love for one another spans across a millennium, her human soul reincarnated to match Beck’s own immortality. This time however the body she occupies is of a being that cannot be eclipsed by her return. After waiting two hundred years, Beck finds himself tormented by Helen’s inability to return and his growing love for her new host.

Some of the underworld creatures welcome her with open arms as a savior, while others seek to destroy the abomination they believe her to be. Will the knowledge of her existence cause a race war when the true power of her blood is discovered? Or will love become her ultimate downfall?


As a teen C.G. Powell was selected as a member of her school’s newspaper staff. After her first article the editor decided the darkroom was a more suitable place for her skills…or lack of. Since then, she has traveled everywhere—thanks to her innate curiosity about the world and the Navy. 


In her life time, she has learned: aviation electronics, CCNA networking, Gemology and how to get bloodstains out of the carpet (you never know when you might need that). But her latest, all-consuming, endeavor is storytelling. 


When asked why, her response was “I live to challenge myself; I like to be pushed outside of my comfort zone and writing is one of those things that pushes my boundaries. Besides it was the only way to share all of the crap bouncing around in my head!” 


C.G. Powell lives in Virginia with her husband and children. When she is not writing, you might find her watching hot guys jog past her front window, ordering the cabana boy to fix her another drink or abusing the local authorities…but that’s just hearsay.
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I am still dying here from laughter, love the chia pet part of
the story. I must add the running through the castle halls butt naked was a
laughing treat as well 😀 This story is packed with hiding secrets, unknown
events and much more. If your into hot vampires and warlocks this is your kind
of story. They have so a wonderful sense of humor and enjoy using it every
chance they get. Some parts may make you tear up 😦 I know I did, but the story
is so wonderfully put together. Get ready for unexpected events, amazing action
and wild romance. Grab this one now because I can promise you there is going to
be a part 2, and hun I sure hope to be one of your reviewers for that 😀 woot
haha chia pet, haha naked and getting his ass handed to him by his sexy mate
lmao. Ok, ok I’m done now, no I’m not, lmao, lmfao, omg so love it. 🙂

I enjoyed the new take on some of the mythological creatures I
find in books so often. It is quite clear that Ms. Powell has an analytical
mind and it was easy to see from the get go that she had every little bit of
the supernatural completely planned out and understood. She wove the mythical
history that we study nowadays with her own interpretation, and created an
interesting new world.

I was a little put off with Mae at times. She was hard to relate to, because I
never got a good feel of her character. The supporting cast really made this
book interesting, and I am hoping Mae will step up a little more once she
understands herself better. I do look forward to finding out what happens in
the next installment. I think it is going to be even more interesting


Spell Checked is one of the most original
Paranormal Romances that I’ve read in a long time. Forget what you ever thought
about the stereotypical Immortals, this book has you seeing Vampires and
Witches in a whole new light. Truly spell binding, funny and romantic. CG
Powell’s characters are likable and sexy, they will leave you wanting more.
It’s hard to believe this is CG’s first book, I’m anxiously awaiting book 2 to
see what she has in store for us next.