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Geomancist goes live!

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The day is drawing close! On 12 April Geomancist will be launched in both eBook and paperback format. The book is going on tour on 10 April with an amazing roundup of blog participants. If you would like to enter a giveaway and stand a chance to win a signed paperback copy or an eBook, drop in at one of the stops below. Don’t forget that you can still pre-order the book at the special early bird discounted price of $2.99 (regular price $4.99) just until 12 April.

Participating Blogs

Angee’s After Thoughts
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics
CBB Productions
Bella’s Blog
Between Books
Bloggin With M.Brennan
Book Crazy Lady
Books and Boys Book Blog

Books, Booze, and BDSM
BookSkater
Canadian BookAddict
EscapeNBooks
I A-M a Bookaholic
Jazzy Book Reviews
Kats books promotions
Chatterbooks BookBlog
Mommy’s Late Night Book-Up
My favorite things
Reading Past My Bedtime
Room with books
SusanÕs Books I Like
Teatime and Books
The Bookery Review
Twinsitalk
The Hoarding Readers Corner
Travel with Books and Coffee
Vampyreladys Fave Books, Reviews & Other Loves
We Read With A Glass Of Wine
Yah Gotta Read This
A Book Addicts Delight
Panty Dropping Book Blog
Diana’s Book Reviews
Here is some of what I read
Book-o-Craze
A Biblioromance Book Blog
Reading Is Dreaming With Open Eyes
Cheekypee
Eskimo Princess Book Reviews
Book Worms and Couch Potatoes
Concupiscent Bibliophile
Delightfully Dirty Reads
BeanieBrain Reader
My Book Filled Life
Confessions of a book whore
The Best Basic Blogger
Extreme Bookaholic’s
Spreading the word
Books Are Love
Sweets books
Mythical Books
Behind Closed Doors
Harps Romance Book Review
Perusing Princesses
Sheena, Sharon, Gabri and Jade
Missydevoursdelishreads
Books and Warpaint
Reading Addict
Stormy Nights Reviewing & Bloggin’
Mignon Mykel : Reviews
Book Flirts
Author Sandra Love
Renee Entress’s Blog
EndlessReading
Turbulence In The Eye Of The Storm
Books N Pearls
The Book Addict
Booklovercircumspect4
Usborne Books & More
OMGReads
Ogitchida Kwe’s Book Blog
Lovely Reads
StarAngels Reviews
Lov Romance Books
Twisted Obession – Romance Book Recommendations
2 Girls & Their Kindles
The Writer’s Inkwell
Nice Ladies Naughty Books
Books and Fandom
Musings From An Addicted Reader
Underneath the Covers
Coffee Boos & Art
Midnightangel Book Heaven
T&L Book Reviews
3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy & Sissy, Too!
Rustys Reading
Scandalous Book Blog
MI Bookshelf
Em & M Books
BestSellers & BestStellars
Addiction to Reading
Book Boyfriends & Bookgasmsn
The Book Enthusiast
My Read Journal
Pop Fizz Clink Read
A Whole New World Through Books
Indy Book Fairy
Dummy Reads
Books & Bells
Dirty Little Secret’s Book Reviews
Lucky 13 Book Reviews and News
Alpha Book Club
IrishdaisylovesRomance
Pretty Little Book Blog
Who you callin a book whore

 

 

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Geomancist is available for pre-order

Posted on by Charmaine Pauls

 

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Good news! Geomancist is now available for pre-order.

Get the early bird pre-order discounted price
If you pre-order the book before the official launch date of 12 April, you can benefit from an early bird discounted price of $2.99 (regular price $4.99). Place your order now on Amazon or Smashwords!

 

 

 

 

 

Mark-down on all preceding books (limited period)
Haven’t yet read the preceding books in the series? Don’t worry. This is your chance to catch up. All preceding books are marked down from $4.99 to $2.99 just until 12 April. You can get them here:

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Pyromancist (Book 1)
Aeromancist, The Beginning (Book 2, a novella)
Aeromancist (Book 3)
Hydromancist (Book 4)

 

 

Get the 5-book box set at a bargain price (limited period)
Is the series new to you? You can now get the first 5 books in the series in an eBook box set at a bargain price of $9.99 only until 12 April. The regular price is $16.99.

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The box includes:

Pyromancist (Book 1)
What’s Clelia to do when the man she secretly loves kidnaps and uses her as bait to catch a dangerous criminal?

Aeromancist, The Beginning (Book 2, a novella)
Katherine agrees to become the lover of a mysterious Russian library owner for thirty days.

Aeromancist (Book 3)
Lann couldn’t foresee how his 30-day contract could cost Katherine’s life. He’ll do anything to save her.

Hydromancist (Book 4)
Maya wasn’t supposed to like Tim, let alone sleep with him. Her only focus should be to kill him.

Geomancist (Book 5)
When a drug lord takes Sean’s woman, a paradise island in the Caribbean Sea is about to turn into hell.

 

Book 6 will be released in August 2016. Watch this space for the launch notification and more special discounts.

 

 

 

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Aeromancist is a Foreword Reviews finalist!

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3D-Book-Template Aero editedAeromancist is a finalist in the Foreword Reviews’ 2015 Indiefab Book of the Year Award for the category, Romance!

Each year, Foreword Reviews shines a light on a select group of indie publishers, university presses, and self-published authors whose work stands out from the crowd. In the next three months, a panel of more than 100 volunteer librarians and booksellers will determine the winners in 63 categories based on their experience with readers and patrons.

“The 2015 INDIEFAB finalist selection process is as inspiring as it is rigorous,” said Victoria Sutherland, publisher of Foreword Reviews. “The strength of this list of finalists is further proof that small, independent publishers are taking their rightful place as the new driving force of the entire publishing industry.”

Foreword Reviews will celebrate the winners during a program at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida in June. They will also name the Editor’s Choice Prize 2015 for Fiction, Nonfiction and Foreword Reviews’ 2015 INDIEFAB Publisher of the Year Award during the presentation.

About Foreword: Foreword Magazine, Inc is a media company featuring a Folio:-award-winning quarterly print magazine, Foreword Reviews, and a website devoted to independently published books. In the magazine, they feature reviews of the best 170 new titles from independent publishers, university presses, and noteworthy self-published authors. Their website features daily updates: reviews along with in-depth coverage and analysis of independent publishing from a team of more than 100 reviewers, journalists, and bloggers. The print magazine is available at most Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million newsstands or by subscription. You can also connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest. They are headquartered in Traverse City, Michigan, USA.

You can get a copy of Aeromancist in eBook format from these retailers:

On Amazon
On iBooks
On Nook
On Kobo
On Smashwords

The paperback is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Lulu.

 

 

 

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Crushed $0.99 Limited Period Sale!

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Slide1Geomancist (Book 5, Seven Forbidden Arts) will be released in March. As a special launch promotion you can now get the full-length prequel novel, Crushed, at the discounted price of $0.99. After the official launch date the regular price will go up to $3.99.

(Please note that Crushed has previously been published as Loving the Enemy. The cover and title are new, but the story remains unchanged.)

 

Buy on iBooks
Buy on Nook
Buy on Kobo

 

Crushed

Lily is on the run for her criminal father’s sins. A brutal attack on their house leaves her alone on a park bench in a violent city. It’s lucky coincidence a handsome stranger comes to her rescue. Or is it?

“Wow! This is by far one of the best books I have read this year. It’s action and romance packed! The story line is unique and keeps you on your toes.”

“I LOVE the action in this book. So much action, what a page turner.” 

“Lily may be young, but she is smart, strong, and don’t crap from anyone. By the end of the book, she has grown into a woman readers will be proud and root for.”

“Read it on my vacation, and it was incredibly hot!”

“Deadlier, sexier, and more action, makes for a book that I read in one fell swoop, and could not put it down.”

“I could NOT get enough of Jacob! I am so mad I read it so fast! I. Want. More. I found my next series!”

You will root for Jacob and Lily to find their way to each other. She will grow. He will soften. An easy read with a great ending.”

“This book has a lot going on from action to suspense to passion and even betrayal. This is just the prequel and if it’s this amazing then the rest of this series should be awesome. It will get you hooked right from the beginning. If you are looking for a book with a little of everything then this is the book for you.”

“I love this Author and can’t wait to read the other Seven books. Job well done.”

“I am so excited about this book, it was close to perfection.”

“Ooh my I won’t stop saying things about him … I’m in love!!”

“A very enjoyable book with a fast plot, great characters, a lot of action, hot scenes … the perfect combination for a book. I’m so happy and looking forward to read the following books of the series!!”

I couldn’t put it down! From the very beginning, Lily was on the run. From one attempt on her life to the next, you’ll be holding your breath in anticipation!”

“SPECTACULAR!!!! Oh I ATE this book up!!! Start to finish 6 (ish) hours … I couldn’t stop!!!”

“I would ABSOLUTELY recommend this book. It is exceptionally well written and just ticks so many boxes. Plus it is duel POV… sighs with delight!”

“This was a wonderful surprise of a book! I love books that can take me by surprise and pull me in. And this book did that for me.”

“I thought the storyline was awesome and it kept me on my toes all throughout. You definitely can’t really trust what you’re reading and what you think because nothing is as it seems and you won’t know what’s really happening until almost the very end.” 

“This is a well written, action-packed romance/new adult novel. I honestly couldn’t put it down and finished it in one day! The chemistry between the main characters was great. Lily is a strong female character and surprised me quite a bit throughout the novel. I loved her spunk and desire to fight for her survival and what she feels is right.”

“Wow … what an incredible surprise. Was not sure what to expect when I started reading this book, but hot damn! LOVED it!!!”

“What sizzle between Jacob and Lily, and boy did they heat up the pages! Not to mention the action-packed plot that completely enthralled me and left me wanting more.”

“This was fab! Loved the characters, the storyline and the twists! I seriously could not get enough and it makes me want more from all of them.”

 

Be sure to also check out the other preceding novels in the series that are on sale only until the launch of Geomancist in March:

Pyromancist (Book 1)
Aeromancist, The Beginning (Book 2, novella)
Aeromancist (Book 3)

Crushed will soon also be available in paperback format. Watch this space for more on the paperback release date and Geomancist launch news!

 

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Who wants to read the first chapter of Geomancist?

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Spent, he pressed their bodies together. He didn’t want to let go. Ever. The realization sliced through him in his most vulnerable moment. It carved his brain open. The knowledge that he would claim her and keep her was always there. This was deeper. It shredded his heart to pieces. He would love her and didn’t know if she would let him, not when she learned the truth about why she was really there, in the clutches of a man who was capable of hurting her.”

 

 

From my What’s Next section you’ll know that the next book to be launched in March 2016 is Geomancist (Book 5, Seven Forbidden Arts), which is part of a paranormal erotic romance series that plays off in urban and exotic settings around the globe. The paranormal elements are different from the traditional vampire, shifter, demon and fallen angel stories. Each of the main protagonists possesses an art that has been forbidden since the Middle Ages. Sean’s art is to manipulate the earth. His story happens on the eery island setting of Isla del Pirata off the coast of Cartagena, Colombia.

As a special early preview I will publish the first chapter and reveal the cover in my March newsletter, which is going out in a couple of weeks, so if you are not already subscribed, you can join my mailing list now to not miss out on the once-off, early bird pre-order discounted price that Satin Romance will be running just until the official launch date of the book.

Here is the story summary to whet you appetites:

All is fair in love and war, especially when the loot is HIS woman.

Sean Rivers lives with a dangerous secret. He possesses a forbidden art. As geomancist, it is in his power to destroy landscapes with earthquakes and volcanoes. Knowing his kind is hunted by forces of both good and evil, Sean’s job as mixologist in Cartagena, Colombia is the perfect cover. Until Asia, a zesty beautician walks into his life and wrecks the very laws of physics.

When Sean and Asia compete for the premises where Sean intends to open his cocktail bar, he pulls out all the stops to win the challenge … to Asia’s detriment. Together they end up catering for the guests of a drug baron who rented Isla del Pirata for a week-long birthday celebration, and the kingpin has no intention of letting Asia leave. Ever. If Sean is to rescue her, he’ll have to use his art, blow his cover, and maybe even his life.

* This book contains adult content with explicit language and consummated love scenes, including kink. Reader discretion is advised.

Watch this space and be sure to sign up for the pre-order discount promotion and the official launch notification!

 

 

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Photo of the week

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Going Underground

The photo of the week was taken inside the amazing Aven Armand caves in France. I had the opportunity to visit the caves during an autumn trip to Les Cévennes for a cave scene I am writing in Book 7 of the Seven Forbidden Arts series.

 

 

 

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Loving the Enemy has a new cover & title

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1 Crushed E-Book CoverLoving the Enemy had a facelift! After feedback from many readers saying that the old title and the cover were too generic and missing a splash of color, the book now boasts a new dust jacket titled Crushed and will soon also be available in print format. Watch this space for the paperback launch date! Crushed can be ordered in eBook format from iBooks, Amazon, Kobo, Nook and Smashwords.

Crushed

If your father is a powerful criminal, you can’t trust anyone, especially not the stranger who saves you.

Lily is on the run for her father’s sins. Having escaped a brutal attack on her home that left her dad’s small army and her beloved nana dead, she finds a job and a cheap room in Camps Bay, South Africa. When the men from Sky Communications track her down, she’s forced to flee again. This time, Lily ends up homeless, alone on a bench under a brewing winter storm in a violent city. It’s a lucky coincidence that Jacob appears through the mist just before a gang finds her in the dark, deserted park. Or is it?

After offering Lily shelter for the night, Jacob’s flat is destroyed in an explosion. With Jacob’s help, Lily tries to locate her father in search of his protection. In a whirlwind escapade from Africa to France, danger always a step behind, Lily learns about desire, love, survival and trust. Eventually, she’ll also learn about betrayal … and the truth about the savior to who she gave her body and heart.

* This book contains consummated love scenes and explicit language. Reader discretion is advised.

 

What readers say on Amazon and Goodreads

“Wow! This is by far one of the best books I have read this year. It’s action and romance packed! The story line is unique and keeps you on your toes.”

“I LOVE the action in this book. So much action, what a page turner.”

“Lily may be young, but she is smart, strong, and don’t crap from anyone. By the end of the book, she has grown into a woman readers will be proud and root for.”

“Read it on my vacation, and it was incredibly hot!”

“Deadlier, sexier, and more action, makes for a book that I read in one fell swoop, and could not put it down.”

“I could NOT get enough of Jacob! I am so mad I read it so fast! I. Want. More. I found my next series!”

You will root for Jacob and Lily to find their way to each other. She will grow. He will soften. An easy read with a great ending.”

“This book has a lot going on from action to suspense to passion and even betrayal. This is just the prequel and if it’s this amazing then the rest of this series should be awesome. It will get you hooked right from the beginning. If you are looking for a book with a little of everything then this is the book for you.”

“I love this Author and can’t wait to read the other Seven books. Job well done.”

“I am so excited about this book, it was close to perfection.”

“Ooh my I won’t stop saying things about him … I’m in love!!”

“A very enjoyable book with a fast plot, great characters, a lot of action, hot scenes … the perfect combination for a book. I’m so happy and looking forward to read the following books of the series!!” 

I couldn’t put it down! From the very beginning, Lily was on the run. From one attempt on her life to the next, you’ll be holding your breath in anticipation!”

“SPECTACULAR!!!! Oh I ATE this book up!!! Start to finish 6 (ish) hours … I couldn’t stop!!!”

“I would ABSOLUTELY recommend this book. It is exceptionally well written and just ticks so many boxes. Plus it is duel POV… sighs with delight!”

“This was a wonderful surprise of a book! I love books that can take me by surprise and pull me in. And this book did that for me.”

“I thought the storyline was awesome and it kept me on my toes all throughout. You definitely can’t really trust what you’re reading and what you think because nothing is as it seems and you won’t know what’s really happening until almost the very end.”

“This is a well written, action-packed romance/new adult novel. I honestly couldn’t put it down and finished it in one day! The chemistry between the main characters was great. Lily is a strong female character and surprised me quite a bit throughout the novel. I loved her spunk and desire to fight for her survival and what she feels is right.”

“Wow … what an incredible surprise. Was not sure what to expect when I started reading this book, but hot damn! LOVED it!!!” 

“What sizzle between Jacob and Lily, and boy did they heat up the pages! Not to mention the action-packed plot that completely enthralled me and left me wanting more.”

“This was fab! Loved the characters, the storyline and the twists! I seriously could not get enough and it makes me want more from all of them.”

 

 

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10 Best things for a first-timer to do in New York

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DSC_0315I look down from my hotel window on Madame Tussauds where she’s nestled between the New York skyscrapers, dressed for the night in all her glitter and flash. Everything blings. A snaking line of visitors waiting to enter is draped on the pavement like a string of Christmas tinsel. The neatly cubed concrete squares with their ant dusting of pedestrians rattle like a festive table cracker about to burst from crinkle paper seams with an accumulation of collective energy and I spark with anticipation. My suitcase still stands unopened on the blue and coral carpet, but I’m ready to join the explosion below.  DSC_0480

It’s my first time in the Big Apple and until my best friend arrives in two days I’m alone. I try to blend with the flow, not looking too much like a foreigner as I, unimaginable as it is, get lost between clearly numbered avenues and streets. By chance, I stumble upon 9th Avenue. A big believer in serendipity, I follow the colorful lights of a Turkish restaurant that attract me most, and find a cozy table for one somewhere in the center. A beautiful meal and a hearty conversation with my amiable waiter later, I am armed not only with a full stomach and the comfortable buzz of a glass of wine, but also with a serviette on which is scribbled a list of offbeat attractions, courtesy of my waiter.

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My beautiful friend, Tania (left) and I.

When my friend later joins me, we make it our personal mission to realize the serviette list and add a few of our own escapades, adhering to our policy of being open to every opportunity and never let a chance of crashing head-on into a new adventure go by. Without further ado, here is our list of the ten best attractions for newbies in New York, brought to you by a talented writer aka my waiter, a kind electronics salesman and a veteran concierge’s recommendations, as well as two South Africans’ accidental discoveries.

 

 

DSC_0544Have a pizza at Franny’s in Brooklyn
We did. We also had the whole bottle of wine. We got terribly lost, but that was before we had the wine. Being lost has its advantages. For example, we experienced firsthand the kindness of the police officers and several patient civilians who tirelessly pointed us in the right direction. Our detour also led us onto the Brooklyn Bridge with a sunset that took our breath away. Back to Franny’s, that was one of the best pizzas of my life. It was also one of the most memorable, unplanned parties. Worth a visit. Remember to take a detour for a walk on the bridge and do stop and greet a friendly law enforcer.


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With limited time, why not do restaurant hopping? After that scrumptious pizza, flag down a cab and head to Serendipity III for dessert. Seriously, this was the biggest pecan nut pie and cinnamon, orange peel sprinkled hot chocolate I’ve ever seen. With ornate lampshades and mosaic mirror reflections the décor is cozy and vibrant. If you’re into sweets and ambience, this is the place for you. If not, it’s worth watching others dig into their mountains of cream layered ice cream. I was half expecting the Mad Hatter to pop out for a tea party.

 

DSC_0559Dress up in your glittery best for Broadway
Broadway of course is a must. We decided to pull out all the stops and dressed in our evening gowns, topped with fire engine red lipstick and clutch bags. Who cares if you turn a few frowning heads? It’s about making the experience count, and if you’re going to see one of the most famous musicals in the world on Broadway for the first and only time in your life, I reckon it deserves a vintage silver dress with diamante detail and matching heels. Go big or go home, baby.

Do a fashion shoot at the New York Times
Parade around with a funky outfit for long enough near tDSC_0635he New York Times building and a fashion photographer has to notice you eventually. Honestly, my hip, mod friend was grabbed not even one second after we exited our hotel. Five minutes later she was posing for a NYT fashion photographer who loved her cow print shoes and matching skirt. It’s loads of fun to act as art director in the middle of a busy street, checking make-up and hair. I definitely recommend the experience. If you’ve seen those cow print shoes and stunning calves in the press, you now know the backstory.

DSC_0394Feel the love at Strawberry Fields
You can’t go home without a photo at Imagine in Central Park. Share a drink with a tour guide and get all the latest celeb gossip updates. Now I know where Hugh Jackman lives. Try a hot dog with all the toppings and if you spot the guy with the boa snake, get a gentle, all-body squeeze with the jungle beauty wound around your waist. She doesn’t bite. Or so her owner says.

Shop for souvenirs at Evolution
If you’re into weird like I am you’ll love this shop where you can stare at your ancestors’ skeletons and just about anything in the cycle of evolution in a glass jar. From crystals and wishbones to bats and butterflies, you’ll find something that makes your backbone crawl. The shopkeeper even allowed me to take photographs.

DSC_0610Take a walk on the High Line
Once an old, raised railway line that ran through factories, today all that rusty steam punk imagery I conjure in my mind have been turned into a park. Get onto any of the connecting stairways and take a green walk through the meatpacking district or pop in your earphones to block out the background sirens and go for a jog.

Build a Lego city

DSC_0601Unleash your inner child. Join the crowd and thousands before you on the High Line to build a city of Gothic proportions in angelic white Lego. It’s a free for all.

 

DSC_0614Toast with a beer at the Frying Pan
This abandoned drifting warehouse in the harbor has been transformed into a popular beer garden where folks get together for a long, cold one to cool off in the summer heat. The clanging metal sounds in the rusted submarine bathroom give a deliciously haunted atmosphere. Pay special attention to the private helipads on the way there. You may just see a billionaire or two returning home from lunch in Venice.

Visit a big name, warehouse fashion sale
Watch out for fashion designer sales flyers being handed out on the street. If you spot a name that tickles your fancy, like Valentino or Tom Ford, grab the flyer and double-check the address. We ended up in an open goods lift of the wrong building (my mistake, not the leaflet), and the elevator operator took it upon himself to give us a ride that made the Tower of Terror feel like a dinky merry-go-round. Once in the correct warehouse, I got to try on outfits from famous designers that cost more than five times my monthly salary marked down to twenty percent of the original price tag. Still couldn’t afford it, but I did a twirl on their industrial hardwood floor and rubbed shoulders with a blouse that belongs on Madonna.

DSC_0650Just in case you have more time on hand and you’ve walked through Little Italy, Little Korea and Chinatown, visited the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Empire State building and all the museums, can you also…

Practice your moves at the Copacabana
Try a margarita and do the salsa with the pros of Latino dancing at the Copacabana. It looks easier than what it is, but thankfully the interior is dark.

Have a standing meal at Eataly
For a culinary experience with a difference, enjoy a selection of cold meats and cheese with a glass of red at a standing table in Eataly. This deli has produce to inspire cravings for food you didn’t even know you liked. Go hungry.

DSC_0560That, in a nutshell, is my recommendation for any NY first-timer. If you’ve had a slice of the Apple we may love, don’t be shy to add it to the list in the comments.

 

 

 

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Get Loving the Enemy on NetGalley

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loving-the-enemyLoving the Enemy is now available for review on NetGalley!

Lily is on the run for her criminal father’s sins. A brutal attack on their house leaves her alone on a park bench in a violent city. It’s lucky coincidence a handsome stranger comes to her rescue. Or is it?

 

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The African Short Story Collection is out!

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cover_previewAfrican Short Stories Volume 2 is here! This prestigious bundle is now available in paperback format. The best of African short fiction from across the continent is brought to you by the International Society for Literary Fellows in conjunction with the International Research Council on African Literature and Culture. Edited by Chin Ce and including two stories by Charmaine Pauls, titled Virtual Love and The Book Club.

Read an excerpt

 

 

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