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Thursday, April 25, 2013

A Social Affair by Pat Tucker Blog Tour


About A Social Affair:

Online dating is quickly becoming the norm...

In A social Affair (Atria Books/Strebor Books; Feb. 2013) readers get a glimpse into the ugly side of online dating, when two people meet on Facebook and create false personas. Their charade turns into a torrid love affair, but they neglect to tell each other they’re married in real life. Online dating statistics indicate more than 40 million people date online, despite the possible pitfalls involved, online dating continues to grow in popularity. Social Media sites like Facebook, and online dating sites such as, Match.com, and others, have become the new singles bars.

About Pat Tucker:

Many of Pat’s stories are ripped from the headlines. Her work has been featured on The Nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning show, Essence.com, Ebony magazine, YahooShine, and a slew of radio and TV stations. By day, Pat Tucker Wilson works as a radio news director in Houston, TX. By night, she is a talented writer with a knack for telling page-turning stories. A former television news reporter, she draws on her background to craft stories readers will love. With more than fifteen years of media experience, the award-winning broadcast journalist has worked as a reporter for ABC, NBC and Fox affiliate TV stations and radio stations in California and Texas. Visit www.authorpattucker.com



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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Inspired to Move Forward Virtual Book Tour



Tell us about Inspired to Move Forward.

Inspired to Move Forward is a book about God's faithfulness. In these very difficult times that we find ourselves living in, we often need to be reminded that no matter what we're currently going through, God is still able.

How did you come up with ideas for this book?

This is my 4th book, and the idea came from the design of my 3rd book, "Jazz, Java & Jesus: Christian Devotions to Soothe Your Soul". I had been writing a blog for a faith based online magazine for about a year. So, I used my submissions, and added some extras to the book.

Did you have to do quite a bit of research for this book?

Yes and No. The information in the book had been written over a year's time. And some of the other items that I added, like "Where to Find It In the Bible" was gathered throughout the years. So, while there was a bit of research, it was conducted throughout the years (and then later used for my book).

What do you hope readers will learn/discover from reading Inspired to Move Forward?

It's my hope that readers will be inspired and encouraged by "Inspired to Move Forward" and my other books. The goal has always been to breathe life into weary people who are in need of help on their journey through life.

Okay, a not-so-fun question. How important are reviews to you as a writer?

Reviews are important. In my case, they're usually testimonies -- which are extremely important. I'd rather someone tell me how my books have personally helped them in their own lives, rather than someone just review my book and tell me if they were entertained by it or not.

About the Author

Aleysha R. Proctor is a Christian Inspirational author and lifestyle blogger. She published her first book, “With Style & Amazing Grace” in 2006. Later came “He’s the Keeper of My Soul” in 2008 and “Jazz, Java & Jesus” in 2009.

Aleysha’s work has inspired others to get through some of their most difficult and personal matters. One of her readers shared that as she was on her way to the emergency room that she grabbed her copy of “Jazz, Java & Jesus” to help keep her spirits high.

Aleysha resides in the Washington, DC metro area and can be found on most social media platforms @AleyshaProctor.

About the Book

Inspired to Move Forward is a book of God's faithfulness. There are modern day and biblical accounts of when people were faced with some of their toughest battles, and came out victorious.

There's also a section of where to find certain Scriptures in the Bible so that the reader can start kingdom-living. It's said that the kingdom of God is voice-activated. You're going to have to say with your own mouth what God says about you.

For every problem in life, there's a promise from God.

Purchase the Book Online at:

Amazon.com

BarnesandNoble.com


Visit the author online at:

http://AleyshaProctor.com


View the blog tour schedule at:

http://tywebbinvirtualevents.com/xdHYy

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Thursday, April 18, 2013

BLOG TOUR: Love at Any Cost By Julie Lessman




The Gilded Age is brought to life in the new Heart of San Francisco Series.  Fans of bestselling author, Julie Lessman, will join her on a journey to the West Coast for romance, passion, and surprising revelations found in Love at Any Cost.

Jilted by a fortune hunter, cowgirl Cassidy McClare is a spunky Texas oil heiress without a fortune who would just as soon hogtie a man as look at him. Hoping a summer visit with her wealthy cousins in San Francisco will help her forget her heartache, Cassidy travels west. But no sooner is she settled in beautiful California than Jamie McKenna, a handsome pauper looking to marry well, captures her heart. When Jamie discovers the woman he loves is poorer than he is, Cassidy finds herself cheated by love a second time. Will Jamie discover that money can't buy love after all? And can Cassidy ever learn to fully trust her heart to a man?

Julie Lessman is an award-winning author whose tagline of "Passion with a Purpose" underscores her intense passion for both God and romance. Winner of the 2009 ACFW Debut Author of the Year and Holt Medallion Awards of Merit for Best First Book and Long Inspirational, Julie is also the recipient of 14 Romance Writers of America awards. Chosen as the #1 Romance Fiction Author of the Year in the Family Fiction magazine 2011 Readers' Choice Awards, Julie was also awarded #1 Series of the Year in that same poll. She resides in Missouri with her family and is the author of The Daughters of Boston series and the Winds of Change series whose first book, A Hope Undaunted, ranked #5 on Booklist's Top 10 Inspirational Fiction for 2010.

SORMAG’s REVIEW

Cassidy McLaren is visiting San Francisco for the summer to get over a broken engagement and heart.  She’s done with men.  She literally bumps into the man who will steal her heart. Jamie McKenna wants the best for his mother and sisters and thinks marrying a rich woman will get them all they need.  Unfortunately the woman he falls for is broker than he is.  Can these two love birds move past their fears and trust in the love they have?

As a fan of Julie’s books I was sad to see her The Daughters of Boston series and the Winds of Change series come to an end but happy to know she was starting a new one, The Heart of San Francisco. 

I enjoy Julie’s writing because she draws you right into the pages.  I felt like I was in San Francisco, I could hear the trolley and see all the descriptions she wrote.  Cassidy was a cowgirl at heart but she knew how to be a lady.  Jamie has relied on himself so long, he hasn’t learned how to lean on the Lord.

Julie throws in a few secrets, lots of romance and shows you the true meaning of God’s love.

-          LaShaunda C. Hoffman

This book was provided for review by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

“Available April 15, 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”

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Friday, April 12, 2013

BLOG TOUR: Claiming Jeremiah by Missy B. Salick


eBook release April 7th, Hardcopy release May 4th




On the same night that twenty four-year-old Jordyn Sims has a miscarriage, her sister-in-law Tori Sims conceives a child. Nine months later, Tori, a long term heroin addict, abandons her two-hour-old drug addicted newborn Jeremiah, in a hospital stairwell. Jordyn receives the news and pursues foster adoption. However, Oscar, Tori's possessive drug-addicted boyfriend, is not about to give Jeremiah up so easily. While in confrontation with Tori and Oscar, Jordyn seeks help from the Administration of Children Services (ACS), only to discover she is faced with a maze of departments, regulations, legalities and overworked social workers. Jordyn, however, remains strong and continues to push through the uphill battle, even after she discovers she's pregnant.

With all odds against her adoption of Jeremiah, and her pregnancy at high risk from increasing stress, will Jordyn win this tough battle, or will her world crumble before her?




Missy B. Salick is a new author who has written her first novel, Claiming Jeremiah. Her fictional memoir on foster adoption is drawing a hefty buzz, and the online release date isn't until April 7, 2013 (May 4 in paperback). The novel is small in size, but contains a powerful message. "Children in foster care need a place to call home."  Salick, a foster care advocate, wrote this book based on her personal journey of foster adopting her four-year-old son.

Before self-publishing, Claiming Jeremiah, Salick spent several years as a freelance business writer for Fortune 500 companies such as: Shearman & Sterling, KPMG, Deloitte and many more. She also had a stint with song ghost writing.  Salick's experience in the entertainment industry stems from working with entertainment companies and media including Violator, MBK, Village Voice and more. As the founder of J.J. Autumn Publishing, her publishing company is geared towards highlighting urban fiction dedicated to special causes and community awareness projects.

Questions and Answers with Missy:

What inspired you to write Claiming Jeremiah?

A: I was inspired to write Claiming Jeremiah after I experienced the foster adoption process with my son. My son was a family member who entered foster care and I wanted to prevent that from happening as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, due to legal and state laws it was harder than I thought. I did research, reading several books and articles on what I could do to stay positive and to learn more about the process. While I found several books about the technical information I needed, I couldn’t find any that illustrated a positive story and outcome.

I wanted more than just information. I wanted to experience the roller coaster ride of someone else’s journey to give me hope. And the stories that were hopeful seemed too good to be true. I wanted the bad along with the good. I wanted the truth. While foster care isn’t always a beautiful and positive subject to speak about, I believe it is a subject that needs more public attention drawn to it in the media and from those who have experienced it from both sides, both the children and the parents. I kept a journal of my own personal trials and tribulations and that lead to the birth of Claiming Jeremiah

What was the toughest part about writing Claiming Jeremiah?

A: The toughest part about writing Claiming Jeremiah was the character development. It was very important to me to capture each character the right way. The reader needs to be able to experience not only what it is like being each character, but also to get the information they needed to foster a child in care. For instance, from the first chapter you easily understand Jordyn and what she is about. However, with Tori, she is a much more complex character. From the first pages, you see her confused, scattered, and being a heavy drug user who has left her two-hour-old newborn in a hospital stairwell. The normal reaction would be to dislike her character. Tori is misunderstood, however, and I wanted to reveal what it would be like to walk in Tori’s shoes. What causes her to do this to her body, to herself, and to her children? What’s the driving force behind her actions? These are all questions I wanted to explore and give some shape and impression of to my readers. More importantly, I wanted to show her other side and not make her out just to be the villain.

Why did you start writing?

A:
Writing has always and will always be a part of my life. Writing is my comfort zone. Nothing brings me more peace and assurance in my life than writing. There is no judgment when my pen hits the paper. To me it’s my time to be free. I can say what I want, wear what I want, be whom I want. Writing keeps me sane. When I write I have the opportunity to let go and express myself.

You are still very young—at what age did you begin this process, and what has it been like being a young foster (adoptive) mother?

A: I began this process when I was twenty-four years old. I must say it has been a rewarding experience. Never in a million years would I have thought I would be doing this, yet alone at this age. It’s funny, because when my husband and I go to trainings or into the agencies we are always the youngest ones there. We usually get bombarded with questions and then praised for our actions. 

As a foster parent, since you have witnessed some of the challenges involved in all the red tape, what are some solutions that you can offer?

A: Each situation is different. You have to find what solutions work best for you. For me, I was dealing with two states and therefore had to deal with four different agencies: the ICPC of each state and each state’s local agency. It was a nightmare. My solution was to make sure nothing fell through the cracks. Each day I was constantly e-mailing or calling someone for a status update. My advice would be to find out what the hold up is or what you can do to make the process move faster and more smoothly. The caseworkers have so many cases and things going on, it’s easy for them to get sidetracked. I’ve learned they care as much as you care. If you show extra incentive, they will too. 

What suggestions would you give to aspiring writers?

A: You have to start somewhere. You cannot finish that book if you don’t write. Write as much as you can. The best part about writing is you can do it anywhere. Always remain true to yourself and your characters. Most importantly—keep writing and find a great editor you connect with.    


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FEATURED AUTHOR: Dr. Vivi Monroe Congress


Dr. Congress is a Best-Selling, Award-Winning Wordsmith, Literary Advisor and Publisher whose individual and collaborative works include: "The Bankrupt Spirit," "Blended Families," "The McMillon Family Cookbook," and "Manna for Mamma."

She co-formed Queen V Publishing in 2007 and Voice of Inspiration Publishing in 2012 as a venue to showcase C.H.O.C. Lit™ Flavored Books (Christians Having Ordinary Challenges), served as a literary contributor/ministry partner at FaithMate and is a co-founding member of the first-ever, national Christian book signing ensemble, the Anointed Authors on Tour.

Dr. Congress holds a BA in Human Relations, Masters in Theology, Doctor of Ministry degree in Christian Counseling and is a Certified Christian Life Coach.



The city of Tobe, a snowball’s throw away from Buffalo NY, is known for its frosty climate…and its drama. Despite the chilling temperatures, love is in bloom for some of its residents while lowering the boom on others. Either way, getting the most out of love and life is largely based on healthy decisions because there are times when, simply put, love isn’t always enough.

Young, enterprising Trené Sloan is successful in business but not so much when it comes to relationships. Recklessly in love with Chaz Thomas, the philandering father of her children, Trené continues to dole out love and forgiveness in the face of his unrelenting quest for short-lived affairs with every woman that crosses his path.

But will she find the courage to make the hard decision to leave the toxic relationship and reclaim her misplaced faith before tragedy occurs?

No Condemnation is next level inspirational fiction; heartwarming, emotionally-engaging while keeping things earthy and real.

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Monday, April 08, 2013

FEATURED AUTHOR: A.C. Arthur



For all the latest news on A.C. Arthur books, giveaways, appearances and discussions join A.C.’s Book Lounge on Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/pages/AC-Arthurs-Book-Lounge/140199625996114
A.C. Arthur was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland where she currently resides with her husband and three children. An active imagination and a love for reading encouraged her to begin writing in high school and she hasn’t stopped since.

Working in the legal field for almost thirteen years now she’s seen lots of horrific things and longs for the safe haven reading a romance novel brings. Her debut novel Object of His Desire was written when a picture of an Italian villa sparked the idea of an African-American/Italian hero. Determined to bring a new edge to romance, she continues to develop intriguing plots, sensual love scenes, racy characters and fresh dialogue—thus keeping the readers on their toes!


They live in the shadows—half human, half beast—a powerful breed of shape-shifters who protect the civilized world from the deadliest of their kind…

Caprise is tall, beautiful, exotic. A goddess in the flesh. A dancer, when Caprise takes the stage, she feels the power she holds over men—especially the man known as X. He watches her night after night. He follows her with hungry eyes. And he knows her deepest, darkest secret—her true animal nature…

And falling in love with a Shadow Shifter is the most dangerous game of all.

Xavier has always lived for the thrill of the hunt—and the pleasure of the kill. But now, as a shifter working for the FBI, he is dedicated to keeping a leash on the world’s most savage predators. Keeping an eye on a gorgeous creature like Caprise is part of his job. But when a deadly new breed of half-human killer marks Caprise as his mate, Xavier must fight tooth and claw to save her—or risk losing the most sensual and exciting woman he’s ever known…


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Friday, April 05, 2013

COVER AUTHOR: Beverly Jenkins




Beverly Jenkins is the nation's premier writer of African-American historical romance fiction and specializes in 19th century African American life. She has 30 published novels to date.

She has received numerous awards, including: five Waldenbooks/Borders Group Best Sellers Awards; two Career Achievement Awards from Romantic Times Magazine; a Golden Pen Award from the Black Writer's Guild, and in 1999 was named one of the Top Fifty Favorite African-American writers of the 20th Century by AABLC, the nation's largest on-line African-American book club.

She has also been featured in many national publications, including the Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, Dallas Morning News and Vibe Magazine. She has lectured and given talks at such prestigious universities as Oberlin University, the University of Illinois, and Princeton. She speaks widely on both romance and 19th century African-American history.

In 2004 Ms. Jenkins branched out into romantic suspense with the publication of Edge of Midnight. Bring on the Blessings, her first faith based, women's fiction work, was published in Jan 09.




Gentleman Seeks Housekeeper. Must be willing to travel.

Desperate for another life away from Philadelphia, headstrong and beautiful Mariah Cooper answers an advertisement for a housekeeper at the other end of the continent. Waiting in California is the most breathtaking and arrogant man she has ever met . . . and he'd like nothing better than for Mariah to go back home!

Logan Yates has run Destiny, the family ranch, since he was a boy. He doesn't need this Eastern miss his stepmother hired, though his home's chaotic state suggests otherwise. Still, he's secretly pleased that Mariah gives as good as she gets and he must fight the urge to take her in his arms and kiss her whenever she proudly stands her ground. But when he's in danger of losing her, Logan will have to choose between pride . . . and his heart's true desire.



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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Tyora Moody When Memories Fade Virtual Book Tour


Tyora, welcome to SORMAG. Tell us about When Memories Fade.

Angel Roberts has embraced her new faith, but past memories remain fresh. When her beloved grandmother suffers a stroke, Angel sets out to investigate a mystery that has created family tensions and lingered since she was five years old. What happened to her mother?

She teams up with investigative reporter, Wes Cade, a man obsessed with his
Alzheimer stricken grandfather's remaining memories. As Angel lets her guard down with Wes, his determination to get the story could push her to the edge. Is his interest in her or the story?

Angel must conquer her fears to find the truth. Unknown to her someone close is working feverishly to stop Angel from unlocking the truth of what really happened to her mother. Who will win?

How did you come up with ideas for When Memories Fade?

I knew after writing When Rain Falls (Victory Gospel Series, Book 1), that some of the minor characters seem to have stories that could be expanded. There was some type of tension between Fredricka Roberts and her granddaughter, Angel Roberts in When Rain Falls, but I wasn't sure what it was until I watched this true crime TV show about missing persons. The storyline started to develop for me as I wondered how a family could find closure when a loved one has gone missing for so many years.

Angel Roberts' mother has been missing for twenty years. Now the same age as
her mother when she went missing, Angel is determined to find answers.

Did you have to do quite a bit of research for this book?

Yes, I did. I deal with some very real issues pertaining to topics like search
prodecures for a missing persons, the affects of Alzheimer's and Stroke/Heart
Disease. I learned a lot and included these resources in the appendix of the novel.

What do you hope readers will learn/discover from reading When Memories
Fade?

Woven into the mystery of this missing persons story, I deal with forgiveness. It's not easy to move forward when you have been betrayed or lied to. Most of us have had similar circumstances which I hope readers will be able to relate to as they read When Memories Fade. Only God can truly help heal wounds caused by others.

Do you have upcoming events for readers? Please tell us.

Well, I currently participating in my virtual book tour for When Memories Fade. The virtual tour includes several book bloggers and online radio talk shows. I also will have a Facebook Chat in May about When Memories Fade and the Victory Gospel Series. I'm also doing some local events in South Carolina the next few months.

What's next for you?

I have the first novella in a series being released June 2013. Deep Fried Trouble is a cozy mystery that centers around Eugeena Patterson, a retired school teacher and grandmother turned amateur sleuth. It's a bit of a different read and very
humorous compared to the Victory Gospel Series.

I'm also getting ready to write the third and final book in the Victory Gospel Series.

I've been looking forward to developing the story behind Lenora Freeman, the First Lady of Victory Gospel Church.

Where can readers find you online?


BOOK TRAILER






WHEN MEMORIES FADE BOOK GIVEAWAY

Please leave your comments on this blog post. You could win a copy of When Memories Fade. 
  • Three (3) copies will be given away during this tour.
  • There will be a GRAND PRIZE - All the books in the Victory Gospel Series (When Rain Falls and When Memories Fade) will be included in a special customized Thirty-One Gift Bag - https://www.mythirtyone.com/prjoy/   



How do I let go of my past to receive God’s future for me?

Angel Roberts has embraced her new faith, but past memories remain fresh. When her beloved grandmother suffers a stroke, Angel sets out to investigate a mystery that has created family tensions and lingered since she was five years old. What happened to her mother?

She teams up with investigative reporter, Wes Cade, a man obsessed with his Alzheimer stricken grandfather’s remaining memories. As Angel lets her guard down with Wes, his determination to get the story could push her to the edge. Is his interest in her or the story?

Angel must conquer her fears to find the truth. Unknown to her someone close is working feverishly to stop Angel from unlocking the truth of what really happened to her mother. Who will win?

What do you hope readers will learn/discover from reading When Memories
Fade?

Woven into the mystery of this missing persons story, I deal with forgiveness. It's not easy to move forward when you have been betrayed or lied to. Most of us have had similar circumstances which I hope readers will be able to relate to as they read When Memories Fade. Only God can truly help heal wounds caused by others.

Do you have upcoming events for readers? Please tell us.

Well, I currently participating in my virtual book tour for When Memories Fade. The virtual tour includes several book bloggers and online radio talk shows. I also will have a Facebook Chat in May about When Memories Fade and the Victory Gospel Series. I'm also doing some local events in South Carolina the next few months.

What's next for you?

I have the first novella in a series being released June 2013. Deep Fried Trouble is a cozy mystery that centers around Eugeena Patterson, a retired school teacher and grandmother turned amateur sleuth. It's a bit of a different read and very
humorous compared to the Victory Gospel Series.

I'm also getting ready to write the third and final book in the Victory Gospel Series.

I've been looking forward to developing the story behind Lenora Freeman, the First Lady of Victory Gospel Church.




About the Author

Tyora Moody is an author and entrepreneur.  Her debut novel, When Rain Falls, was released March 2012 (Urban Christian). This is the first book in the Victory Gospel series. The second book in the Victory Gospel Series, when Memories Fade, will be released in April 2013 (Urban Christian).

Deep Fried Trouble, the first book in the Eugeena Patterson Mystery series will be released June 2013.

Tyora has coined her books as Soul-Searching Suspense.  She is a member of Sisters in Crime and American Christian Fiction Writers. She served as a judge for the Christy Awards for three years.

She owns and operates TywebbinCreations.com, a design and marketing company.  For over twelve years, she has worked with authors, small business owners and non-profit organizations to develop their online presence. For free tips, how-to guides and ecourses, visit DIYwithTy.com.

When Tyora isn’t working for a client or doing something literary, she enjoys spending time with family, catching a movie on the big screen, traveling and when the mood hits her, baking cookies.

 Where can readers find you online?




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Monday, April 01, 2013

FEATURED AUTHOR: K.M. Jackson



A native New Yorker, K.M. Jackson spent her formative years on the ‘A’ train going from her home in Washington Heights to The Village where she attended high school. On that long ride to study math and science, K.M had two dreams: 1. to be a fashion designer and 2. to be a writer.

After graduating from Stuyvesant High School, K.M. studied fashion design at The Fashion Institute of Technology aka FIT. She then spent ten years designing for various fashion houses. But after having twins and juggling that and fashion, K.M. took the leap of faith and decided to pursue her other dream of being a writer. Her debut novel THROUGH THE LENS was released in September of 2012.

She currently lives in a suburb of New York City with her husband, teen twins, and a precocious terrier named Jack that keeps her on her toes.


Mika Walters is a normal woman working in the not so normal world of New York Fashion. As long time assistant to sexy photographer Alejandro Vargas she’s tired of being the girl in the background. Just once she wants Alejandro to look at her with the same smoldering look he gives his models and now she has her chance.

After a travel mishap where the rest of the crew and the models can’t make the remote location shoot for another three days Mika is taking her moment to catch Alejandro’s eye and put herself in front of Alejandro’s camera… at least until the real world catches up with them.

Alejandro doesn’t know what’s gotten into Mika maybe it’s the sand, maybe it’s the sun, he doesn’t really care. All he knows is that he’s finally opened his eyes and is seeing her clearly for the first time as the smart, gorgeous and incredibly irresistible woman she is.

But why can’t she realize that what he’s feeling for her is not one of his usual one, well, three night stands? What’s it going to take for him to prove to Mika that she’s the woman he wants? Now and forever.




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