Friday, September 22, 2017

Blog Tour: Finding You by Lydia Albano @LydAlbano


Finding You
Lydia Albano
Published by: Swoon Reads
Publication date: September 19th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult
Taken from home and family, all they have is each other.
Isla is kidnapped from a train platform in broad daylight, and thrust into a nightmare when she is sold to a sadistic aristocrat. Locked in a dungeon with a dozen other girls, Isla’s only comfort is a locket and the memory of the boy she loves. But as days pass and more girls disappear, she realizes that help is not coming… If they’re going to survive, they’ll have to escape on their own.
Swoon Reads is proud to present Lydia Albano’s debut novel, a powerful story of a teen girl finding strength and hope in even the worst circumstances.
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Today we welcome Lydia for an interview!

1. Did you always know you wanted to be a writer or did you want to be something else?
As a little girl I desperately wanted to be a ballerina; I used to practice the positions and learn the stories of the ballets so I could tell them to my siblings.  That faded eventually, and at one point I was looking at schools to study fashion design, but I finally realized that writing was the only thing I never got tired of, never stopped doing even when I pursuing other things.  I just didn’t expect all of this to happen so soon!

2. How long does it take you to write a book from start to finish?
Ooh, that depends.  I’ve written a couple of books in just a few months, and others I’ve been working on for years.  Finding You took me about a year to write the first draft, and then another two for my own edits and the ones I worked on with Swoon Reads.

3. How do you come up with themes for your stories?
Honestly I’m not that original; I tend to have just a few themes that are central to much of my writing- I love writing characters that don’t know their own strength yet, I love writing girls who accomplish great things and boys who aren’t surprised by it.  Human dignity is something I could talk about all day, what it means to treat everyone as equally valuable.  I think these things come up a lot in my writing.  Also, prison cells.  Not really sure why on that one.

4. Do you have a schedule of when you write?
I wish.  Since I don’t work Fridays but everyone else does, I can sometimes block out several hours then, but even then I procrastinate.

5. How are you able to balance other aspects of your life with your writing?
That’s the question of the hour!  Work gets really hectic this time of year for me,  so juggling that and writing has been really difficult lately, actually.  My friends are incredibly supportive of my writing and great about making me say no to things, which does help when I’m volunteering or making too many plans.

6. What elements do you think make a great story line?
Oh wow, this is a terribly hard question.  Hmm.  Love is an easy answer- romantic love, deep friendship, love for family.  I have a hard time connecting to characters that don’t connect deeply to each other in some way.  There need to be high stakes at some point- something real to lose or else I can put down the book and never come back to it.  Bonus confession: I love jealousy, if there’s a romantic plot.  Especially if it’s all a misunderstanding, or someone was trying to make someone jealous and it messes everything up.

7. What was the hardest thing about writing a book?
It depends on the book, I think.  For Finding You, the first draft was borne along so much by the readers I was sharing it with that I felt like I was just along for the ride.  But editing - cutting out characters I loved but came to see weren’t necessary, that sort of thing - that was daunting.  I think because it really had to be succinct and consistent, that overwhelmed me.

8. How many books have you written so far? Do you have a favorite?
I’ve finished five so far, and unfortunately all of my first drafts are at least 100,000 words.  Finding You is tied, I think, with another book I wrote just before it, for favorite.  The other book was all espionage and masked balls and false identities with betrayal and story-telling and dyslexia.  I wrote it in under three months and it’s not perfect but I love it.

9. Do you have a favorite character?
That I’ve ever written?  Or in Finding You?  I think my favorite that I’ve ever written was from that last book I mentioned, the guy who does the betraying, actually.  I fell very much in love with him while writing it.  But in Finding You, hmm.  Maybe Phoebe- even though I love Isla, and I love that she has to learn to be strong, I love that Phoebe is already strong.  Instead she has to learn to need people.  I know the rest of her story so well in my head that she feels like a friend.

10. Where do you write?
One of the best parts about living in Harvard Square is the coffee shop culture!  I rely on my friend Kelly to introduce me to all the most hipster ones and that’s where the magic happens.

11. When deciding on how to publish, what directed you to the route you took?
I was actually really scared to enter the world of querying and had put it off for a while, but a dear friend of mine, Kim Karalius, told me about Swoon Reads because she’d submitted one of her books there and wanted feedback.  That book became Love Fortunes & and Other Disasters (the most magical book ever) and throughout the process I’d gotten really excited by the prospect of Swoon Reads as a possible home for Finding You.  The rest is history; I submitted, the lovely readers on the site were kind enough to support my book, and next thing you know I’m answering interview questions!

12. Have you gotten feedback from family about your book(s)? What do they think?
Yes!  My family is honestly the best- I grew up hearing that I could do and be anything; they’re my biggest cheerleaders.  It’s definitely more encouragement than literary criticism for the most part, but I’ll take it.

13. What kinds of things do you like to do outside of writing?
These days I don’t feel as though I have much time for anything besides work and writing, but I love sketching, watching musical theater, putting on poetry/open mic nights…anything that smacks of creative energy gives me life.

14. What kinds of advice would you give to someone who wants to start writing?
Oh, definitely just start!  Write that first sentence, scratch it out if you have to, write one you like better, write a second sentence.  Keep going.  It won’t ever be perfect but it’s magic, and it didn’t exist until you wrote it down.  I also can’t recommend finding a community of people to write with enough.  I made some of my best friends through sharing my work on Figment.com and between Swoon Reads, NaNoWriMo, Wattpad, and all the rest, having other voices to listen to can make the world of difference.

15. What is your favorite book? Favorite author? Do you have an author that inspired/inspires you to write?
Favorite book is the absolute worst question to ask anyone who loves to read!  Ahh!  I tell everyone to read The Night Circus, so that might be my answer.  But Peter Pan kind of lives inside of me as a part of my life that is so magical and perfect I can’t shake it.  As for authors that inspired me to write, that list is just as long as favorite books- Beatrix Potter, Gail Carson Levine, Shannon Hale, Cornelia Funke.

16. Do you have any go to people when writing a book that help you with your story lines as well as editing, beta reading and such?
Oh yes- one of my dearest friends, Samantha Chaffin, who is an incredibly brilliant writer herself.  She’s read things no one else on the planet has (or maybe ever will).  I honestly do not believe Finding You would exist without her.

17. Are you working on anything now?
As a matter of fact I am!  A couple of things- I’m revamping that book I mentioned earlier, working on a contemporary 12-dancing-princesses retelling that may go absolutely nowhere, and, as usual, writing down dozens of first pages that haven’t gone anywhere…yet.

18. Tell us 5 things that make you smile
Hmm.  1. Flowers.  Any and all.  2. The thrill of writing a first sentence.  3. My church- it’s like a giant family and I couldn’t love them more.  4. Picnics!  5. Tea + a book; I realize that’s two things but they’re hand-in-hand.

19. Tell us 5 things that make you sad
1. Can I say flowers again? The fact that they’re dying as soon as you pick them is so sad. 2. La La Land, haha.  I’m still not okay.  3. I love living in Cambridge but nobody here stays for very long, so the month of May- that’s when everyone moves away.  4. Getting to the end of a good book!  I sometimes prolong it and stop reading for a bit.  5. My total lack of pets- I’m planning to get a hedghog this fall but I’ve spent my whole life pet-less and it’s very sad.

20. If you could travel anywhere in the world to visit a place so you could use it as a background for a book, where would it be?

Russia!  I’ve been obsessed with the idea of Russia for years, from attending Russian weddings to reading a lot of fiction and non-fiction set there- someday I need to see it for myself and write something!


Author Bio:
Lydia Albano is a (self-proclaimed) Bunburyist living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she promotes Oxford commas, spends her money on musical theater, and demands the Myers-Briggs letters of everyone she meets. Her debut novel, Finding You, will be released in September, 2017, with SwoonReads/Macmillan.

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Blog Tour: Spring by Lele Iturrioz @LeleIturrioz


Spring
Lele Iturrioz
(Seasons Within #2)
Published by: Acorn Publishing
Publication date: September 1st 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult
Gaia finally knows who she is and what she’s meant to do. It’s only been a few weeks since the earth element woke in her. Now that she’s embracing her role as Mother Nature, she must journey with her group of power-wielding friends in a race against time to get back home before Azazel reaches them.

With the awakening of a brand new element, her true past with Edan, a dangerous decision that could change the very essence of who she is, and a traitor among her group, the broken road back to Terra will be a test of strength.

After all, even if Gaia doesn’t know it, war is closer than she thinks.

If you could have your pick of 10 places to visit, where would they be and why?


Here is the top ten places I would absolutely love to visit and the reason why:

10… Japan: I would love to visit Japan for two main reasons, I’m in love with their food and because they have the best and taller roller-coasters from the world. 
9… Australia: Besides the fact that I’m terrified with spiders and Australia is the mothership of every dangerous spider in the universe, I find the scenery and the people so inviting and beautiful. Plus… I love kangaroos. 
8… Greece: Culture, history, good food, gorgeous turquoise sea, Greek Gods and loveable people… what more can you ask!  
7… Swiss: I love Chocolate and cheese…. (I’m just realizing that I’m a foodie)   
6… India: One of my best friends (Priyam) lives in India. I miss so much her delicious food and the beautiful connection they have to their religion and their families. 
5… Hawaii: Besides the obvious reason (that I’m a mayor Jason Momoa / Hawaii 5O fan), I am in love with the way people live in Hawaii. Everything is connected to nature, they are never in a rush, they take time to enjoy life and they keep teaching kids the importance of their past and the Earth they live in.   
4… Xilitla (México): That place looks like a set of Lord of the rings. Nature in there is surrealist. Plus it’s in my beautiful country.    
3… Ireland: I’m attracted to anything Celtic. Plus my little brother lives there and he is awesome. 
2… Korea: I’m a sucker for Korean Doramas. I find them hilarious and I love how in touch with their culture they are. They respect elders and each other in a way that’s lost in most countries. 
1… Scotland: I find Scotland to be the most magical place on Earth. The castles, the mountains, the lakes and the foggy days, it is easy to see why people believed in fairies and magic back then. Plus there is something about their accent that no matter what they say, I can’t stop being enchanted by it. My dream is to move there one day. 


Author Bio:
Major geek by day, hermit writer by night! Love books, sugar gliders and everything that comes in a delicious taco.
I’m the author of the YA fantasy series, Seasons Within
I spend my time writing, planning on writing, reading, drinking coffee like there was no tomorrow, MMA and chilling with my friends and loved ones.

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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Cover Reveal: Being Alpha by Aileen Erin


Being Alpha
Aileen Erin
(Alpha Girl #7)
Published by: Ink Monster LLC
Publication date: February 13th 2018
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult
For the first time since Tessa met Dastien, life is quiet. The evil witch, Luciana, is six glorious feet under, St. Ailbe’s is closed due to human trespassers, and people are finally getting used to the fact that supernaturals exist in the world. It seems like the perfect time for a honeymoon.
Tessa and Dastien’s trip to the Caribbean is turning out to be the honeymoon that fantasies are made of—sunset cruises, long walks on the beach, and every romantic cliché you can imagine. She couldn’t be happier. So, when a local man turns up inexplicably dead on the beach, Tessa brushes it off. Not every bad thing that happens in the world is a supernatural mystery to be solved. And when Sebastian—one of the Council of Seven Alphas who rule all the werewolves—appears on the island, she thinks it must be a coincidence. Everyone needs a break now and then. Even council members. Right? Besides, Tessa is beyond determined to not let anything get in the way of her romantic vacation.
But when Dastien goes missing, the honeymoon is most definitely over. Tessa can’t ignore the signs anymore. Something huge is going on. And whoever messed with Tessa’s mate is in for a rude awakening. Because if there’s one thing fighting rogue witches and werewolves has taught her, it’s how to be Alpha.


Author Bio:
Aileen Erin is half-Irish, half-Mexican, and 100% nerd–from Star Wars (prequels don’t count) to Star Trek (TNG FTW), she reads Quenya and some Sindarin, and has a severe fascination with the supernatural. Aileen has a BS in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. She lives with her husband in Los Angeles, and spends her days doing her favorite things: reading books, creating worlds, and kicking ass.

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Monday, September 18, 2017

Blog Tour: Moribund by Genevieve Iseult Eldredge @GirlyEngine


Moribund
Genevieve Iseult Eldredge
(Circuit Fae #1)
Published by: Monster House Books
Publication date: September 12th 2017
Genres: LGBTQ+, Urban Fantasy, Young Adult
Dark Fae. Romance. Evil Plots. High school. Our heroines could be in for the greatest adventure ever.
If only they could decide whether to kill or kiss each other.
High school sophomore Syl Skye is an ordinary girl. At least, she’s trying to be. School photographer and all-around geek, she introverts hard and keeps her crush on sexy-hot glam-Goth alt-rock star Euphoria on the down-low. But when a freak accident Awakens her slumbering power, Syl is forced to accept a destiny she never wanted—as the last sleeper-princess of the fair Fae.
Suddenly hunted by the dark Fae, Syl’s pretty sure things can’t get any worse. Until she discovers her secret crush, Euphoria, is really a dark Circuit Fae able to harness the killing magic in technology. Even worse, she’s been sent to destroy Syl.
With mean girls and magic and dark Fae trying to kill her, it’ll take more than just “clap if you believe in fairies” to save Syl’s bacon—not to mention, her heart.
Perfect for readers of romance, urban fantasy, fairy stories and LGBT.

Today we welcome Genevieve for an interview!
1.    Did you always know you wanted to be a writer or did you want to be something else? 
I always wanted to be a writer. As an introvert, I was a bit of a loner and a dreamer, and I was always making up stories and personal mythologies. I’m also a lover of language, so it’s the writing life for me!
2.   How long does it take you to write a book from start to finish?
Four to six months, depending on how complex the plot is and how much nuancing the story needs. That’s also me writing every day, drafting and/or revising 2K+ per day.
3.   How do you come up with themes for your stories?
I find that, while I start knowing what the story is about—you know, the who, what, where, when, and why—the actual theme comes only after I’ve drafted it and am well into revision and nuancing. That’s because, so often, we write TOWARD meaning, not FROM meaning.
4.   Do you have a schedule of when you write? 
I have daily writing goals. The actual word count changes depending on whether I’m drafting, revising, or nuancing, but I’ve found that writing every day keeps the story fresh and my mind primed to solve plot problems that arise.
5.   How are you able to balance other aspects of your life with your writing?
Because I’m always writing on a deadline, writing comes first. It’s the first thing I do when I get up in the morning, and I don’t move on to other things until the writing’s done. Of course, no one makes their daily goal every single day, but that’s why you have daily goals—because some days, you’ll struggle to write 1000 words, and other days, you’ll knock it out of the park. Daily goals help balance the good days and the bad—or the days when life happens and you’re dragged kicking and screaming from your keyboard.
6.   What elements do you think make a great story line? 
Universal emotions—love, hate, jealousy, fear, hope, anger, mercy, sorrow. These are the building blocks of any character’s motivations. No one wakes up thinking, “I’m going to save the world today!” More often, the heroine’s motivations are simpler.
Take Rey, for instance. She doesn’t set out to save the galaxy or even to become a Jedi. What she wants is a family, to belong, to have a home. Acceptance and love. Who doesn’t want that? That’s what makes her a great heroine—you can relate to what she wants and needs.
7.   What was the hardest thing about writing a book?
Drafting. The blank page is very daunting. It’s very easy to let that blank page intimidate you, tell you you’re no good and that no one’s going to read what you write anyway. You’ve gotta turn off that little voice and get something—anything—down.
That was one of the hardest things I had to learn: you can’t edit a blank page.
8.   How many books have you written so far? Do you have a favorite? 

I’ve written a few things before the Circuit Fae series, but so far, I’ve gotta say, Moribund is my favorite. It’s been my dream to write an angsty YA that blends urban fantasy with the world of the Fae,

where two girls who are mortal enemies kick butt, take names,
and fall in love against the odds.

9.   Do you have a favorite character?
Oh wow, that’s like asking a parent who her favorite kid is! I love Syl and Rouen pretty equally, but I feel like Rouen’s voice is easier for me since she’s more of a compensating introvert than Syl and a bit broody—like me.
10.                 Where do you write?  
I am officially a weirdo in that I have a desk dedicated to writing and nothing else. My computer on that desk doesn’t even connect to the Internet. The desk itself is covered with hand-written notes, concept pictures of my characters, and geeky curios. I do all my writing and thinking at this desk, and it helps to have that psychic distance from my editing desk.
11.When deciding on how to publish, what directed you to the route you took? 
I worked with Christina, the founder of Monster House Books, as an editor on both her Beholder and her Angelbound series. She loved my work, and was gracious enough to approach me with the idea to write Circuit Fae as Monster House Book’s first LGBTQ urban fantasy. Of course, I jumped at the chance!
12.                  Have you gotten feedback from family about your book(s)? What do they think?
My mom’s super-proud. It’s pretty cool.
13.                  What kinds of things do you like to do outside of writing?
I’ve been a practicing martial artist for over 20 years. I also like hiking in the woods and traveling—anything that involves being close to the natural beauty of the land. And of course, reading with a soft kitty in my lap.
1. Do it. Start right now. There is no later.
2. De-ritualize the act of writing. Rid yourself of the idea that you need a special time, a special notebook, a special pen, a special anything. You don’t. The magic is inside you.
3. Write. Write, write, write. Write some more. Turn off your inner editor. Surround yourself with people who support you and your writing. Learn the rules of writing. Break them. Get a critique group. Listen to them. And for the love of all that is holy, get off the Internet.
15. What is your favorite book? favorite author? Do you have an author that inspired/inspires you to write? 
It’s hard to name my favorite book or favorite author. I have several from Sarah Waters to Sarah J. Maas to Sabaa Tahir to Leigh Bardugo. My favorite books from them are, respectively: Fingersmith, A Court of Mist and Fury, An Ember in the Ashes, and Six of Crows.
It’s odd, but I credit Dungeons & Dragons for my desire to write. I grew up playing with my brother and his friends, and that’s where my love of story was truly born.
16. Do you have any go to people when writing a book that help you with your story lines as well as editing, beta reading and such? 
My editor, Erin, is a genius. She always sees the clear path when I’m lost in somewhere in the trees. My girl, Laura, is super helpful reading and re-reading draft after draft and giving me her honest opinion—even when I don’t want to hear it. And Christina’s awesome. She’s always so supportive and helps keep me going.
17. Are you working on anything now? 
I’m on the final draft of Ouroboros, the sequel to Moribund. I’m also drafting Circuit Fae 3: Inimical. Aaaaaaand…I’m sketching out details of my next series, which I hope to reveal soon!
18. Tell us 5 things that make you smile
1. Selfless acts of kindness
2. Seeing representation in mass media
3. Experiencing natural occurrences like thunderstorms, the wind through the trees, fog on the water, a warm rain, the muffled sound after a snowfall
4. Adorable animal videos of kittens, bats, baby sloths, and skunks
5. Witty one-liners

19. Tell us 5 things that make you sad
1. Prejudice
2. Our current political climate
3. Any movie where any animal dies for any reason whatsoever
4. The fact that Carrie Fisher is no longer with us
5. I’m still sad about the Library of Alexandria
20. If you could travel anywhere in the world to visit a place so you could use it as a background for a book, where would it be?
I adore Ireland and would love to go back and hike the Gap of Dunloe and the entire trail over the Cliffs of Moher. The countryside there is breathtaking. If you’re looking for Fae folk, Ireland’s one of the best places to go!


Author Bio:
Raised by witches and dragons in the northern wilds, GIE writes angsty urban fantasy YA romance--where girls who are mortal enemies kick butt, take names, and fall in love against all odds.
She enjoys long hikes in the woods (where better to find the fair folk?), believing in fairies (in fact, she's clapping right now), dancing with dark elves (always wear your best shoes), being a self-rescuing princess (hello, black belt!), and writing diverse books about teenage girls finding love, romance, and their own inner power.
She might be planning high tea at the Fae Court right now.
GIE is multi-published, and in her role as an editor has helped hundreds of authors make their dream of being published a reality.

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Friday, September 15, 2017

Blog Tour: Ann Not annie by Sage Steadman @XpressoTours


Ann, Not Annie
Sage Steadman
Publication date: September 20th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult
Ann, not Annie, is tired of her nominal existence and has vowed to turn things around by dating the hottest guy in school, Jacob Waters. Easier said than done since Jacob isn’t even aware she exists. The truth is, due to Ann’s lively temper she spends more time in detention with the rest of the school rejects than she does fantasizing about Jacob Waters wearing spandex.
Her best friend and devout alien believer, Lisa, doesn’t like the changes she’s seeing in her BFF. Neither does Danny Feller, a fellow detention inmate and resident lost boy who has started keeping an extra watchful and unwanted eye on Ann.
When a chance encounter in an empty hallway changes everything, Ann finds all her dreams coming true and she is well on her way to living the perfect life she’s always wanted. But appearances aren’t always what they seem and Ann is going to have to face not just cold hard facts, but also her past.




You get to meet with your 17 year old self, what advice would you give her?




This is going to sound very strange, but I’d tell my 17-year-old self to be a slut. LOL. I grew up in a very sexually repressed community and I wasn’t comfortable with that side of myself. There was a boy who was interested in me who was very cute and sweet, but I was always brushing him off because, well, how do I put this…he made me horny as hell. LOL. And I was so uncomfortable with that side of myself that I shut him down. It took me a long time to realize that I’m a sexual person and that is a part of who I am and I get to own that without it defining me or devaluing me. So often when I see women who allow themselves to be a sexual person they are suddenly demeaned, but I have personally never seen the same treatment towards a guy who does the same. And then often when the media does show women being sexual what I’ve noticed is that they tend to over-sexualize them, making women into this out-of-touch with reality sex object. I can look at a man and appreciate every layer of him including his sex appeal without seeing him as less-than, slutty, stupid, unworthy etc. It’s time that women are allowed this, too. I would have done my best to explain that to my younger self and would have told her not worry about those who would judge her or call her names. I’m not saying I would have told my younger self to have sex with whoever turned me on. That’s not how I choose to connect and express my sexuality, but I would have encouraged her to simply kiss boys. I was too afraid to even do that! I was also taught that I was somehow in control of boy’s sexuality and if they were turned on by me then that was a bad thing and my fault. Not only that, but that they we’re just going to use me. So it paints a lot of boys into being sexual fiends whom you can’t trust when obviously majority of them are not, and making women responsible for men’s sexuality. I’m getting into rape culture soapbox now, so I’ll stop. LOL. But I do touch on this in “Ann, Not Annie” quite a bit because I can see how relevant this issue still is for women.



Author Bio:
Sage Steadman was awarded a master’s degree in social work from the University of Utah. While pursuing her passion for writing, she worked as a licensed mental health therapist. She published her debut novel, “Snowflake Obsidian: Memoir of a Cutter,” in 2010 under her pen name, The Hippie, and since, re-released the second edition under her real name. The novel has been deemed an “idyllic” read, filled with love, humor, romance and heart. She is also the co-author of the gritty and inspiring historical fiction novel, “Upon Destiny’s Song,” alongside classical guitarist, Mike Ericksen, and has penned an article on teen cutting for Canadian Magazine, “Edmonton’s Child.” She has recently produced a stunning and thought-reflecting novella entitled, “The Waking Dream.” Sage is heralded as a talented writer who tackles her novels with a witty, raw and honest approach. She currently lives near Salt Lake City, Utah with family.

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Blog Tour: Elemental Lies by Elle Middaugh @ElleMiddaugh


Elemental Lies
Elle Middaugh
(The Essential Elements, #2)
Publication date: July 24th 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
Valerie Moore is an Elemental, a person who commands one of the classical elements of wind, water, fire, or earth. She’s special, though. She controls two—fire and water—though sometimes it seems like they control her.
After the accidental exposure of Elementals to humanity, Valerie finds herself—and all of her kind—struggling to attain equality. Three different groups fight to secure leadership, and with all of their hidden agendas, she doesn’t know which side to choose. The balance between peaceful cohabitation and all-out war is precarious, at best.
When a chance meeting brings Val and earth Elemental Cade Landston back together, everything changes. She realizes what she knew in the beginning—that he’s the one she wants. Her desire to win him over draws her closer to him, and his vengeful mission to hunt down her murderous grandfather brings them both closer to trouble.
From mysterious doppelgangers to reckless rescue missions, scapegoat bombings, and evolving Elemental powers, Valerie strains to keep up.
All she knows is she must stop her grandfather at all costs. To do so, she has to figure out the truth, but how can she do so when almost everyone she knows has been telling lies?
Sequel to:

TOP TEN AUTHORS I’D LIKE TO MEET

There are a number of authors I’d love to meet (pretty much anyone I’ve read, really)! But sticking to the genre I write (Fantasy, romance, etc.), here are a few I would particularly love to talk to! (In random order).

1.     Sabaa Tahir
2.     Sarah J. Maas
3.     Chelsea Fine
4.     Renee Ahdieh
5.     Alwyn Hamilton
6.     Bella Forrest
7.     Suzanne Collins
8.     Veronica Roth
9.     Elise Kova


Author Bio:
Elle Middaugh lives in the Allegheny Mountains outside of Clearfield, Pennsylvania, with her wonderful husband and three beautiful children. Most of her time is spent raising kids, writing stories, playing video games, reading, and attempting to keep a clean house.
She’s a proud Navy wife, a frazzle-brained mother, a fan of health and fitness, a lover of hot tea and iced tea, and a believer in happily ever afters.

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