“Really addictive & magical” Touchstone Series by Beth Barany

Really addictive & magical, this book is recommended for romance readers.Thank you to Haniya and BooksnAuthors.blogspot.com for this lovely review!

Imagine that your struck by lighting and when you wake up you are in 12th century. Elves, Magic, Spells, this book is very nice. All the stories have been written amazingly. I just loved all the five stories. The writing style of the author is so descriptive that you’ll fall in love with the story. Every story was better than it’s predecessor. Every story had some suspense in it. Beth has done an incredible job. You just want to read more after reading every story.

There are two POVs in every story, one of a girl and the other of a guy. The bonus story ‘Falling in love again’ is the continuation of novella no. 1 which was surprising. Although I loved all the couples, my most favourite were Juliet & Rose. They were the most interesting couple. I love time travel stories, so that’s why I really loved novella 1, which takes place in 12th century.

All the stories were amazing and I can’t wait to read more of Beth’s books. Really addictive & magical, this book is recommended for romance readers. Just read the synopsis and you won’t be able to control yourself!
Happy Reading!

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Henrietta The Dragon Slayer: the perfect choice for a family read-aloud!

Henrietta The Dragon Slayer by Beth Barany (Book 1 of the Five Kingdoms series) "...perfect choice for a family read-aloud" (Amelyn, http---doubleedgedwords.com-)Thank you so much to Amelyn Randall for the 4-star review of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer and for reading my story aloud to her family. How cool!

Growing up, my parents always read aloud to us four kids. And my dad also made up wonderful stories for us.

Guess what?! My first fan art! That’s what!

I am so excited! Amelyn’s daughter, Peachy (not her real name), drew a wonderful rendition of the cover.

Check it out! (I have it up on my cork board next to a Henrietta bookmark.)

Fan art of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer, by Peachy

Thank you so much, Peachy! 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸

How did this happen?

Well, first I surprised Peachy with a signed hard copy of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer. Then Peachy surprised me with this awesome hand drawn cover!

Peachy wrote me a note too, before her mom had started reading the book aloud. It said,

“Thank yooouuu! Thank you thank you thank you!

Like, wow! I’m so so so gratefulI

I loved the cover so much that I redrew it (with a new twist) in my style!

I’m ecstatic to learn about Henrietta and her story.

I hope you like my interpretation.

your 12-year-old soon to be fan.
Peachy ❤️🐱 (she drew me a cat or maybe it’s a fox or wolf)

I was so happy to receive Peachy’s fan art and hand written letter!

Then just a few days ago, her mom posted this review for the book on her blog and on Amazon:

“… this book was an excellent example of girl power!

My daughter and I truly enjoyed this fantasy tale about Henrietta The Dragon Slayer, a brave, strong young woman who fought among and against bravest and best knights.

I felt like I was skipping along on Henri’s journey, felt the magic permeate the air in our family room, and I wanted to touch my side every time Henri touched the hilt of her sword.

I look forward to going on the next journey with Henrietta, as she learns more about The Dragon Stone. I’m so curious! …

Thank you, Beth Barany, for this fantastical reading opportunity.”

Thank you so much Amelyn and Peachy! The second book is on it’s way! Love and hugs!!!


Henrietta The Dragon Slayer (Book 1) and Henrietta and the Dragon Stone (Book 2)If you’d like a review copy of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer or any of my books, please drop me a note and tell me why. Thanks!



Henrietta-The-Dragon-Slayer-A-Very-Short-Prequel-by-Beth-BaranyTeens, if you’re curious about Henrietta The Dragon Slayer, start here for the prequel — for free!

Adults, not sure this book is right for your teen or tween? Then check out the prequel for free here.


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Adventurous Heroines in Paranormal Romance: Abby Brown from The Solas Beir Trilogy by Melissa Eskue Ousley

Sign Throne, Rabbit Raven, Sower ComesPlease welcome Melissa Eskue Ousley, paranormal romance author, sharing about her adventurous heroine in her paranormal romance novel.


Abby Brown had never traveled anywhere until she discovered a portal to another world, hidden in the ruins of a mansion in wealthy Newcastle Beach, California. Her adventures began with a dream about a handsome young man who was being hunted by shadowy monsters. After meeting the doppelgänger of the boy in her visions, she learns that David Corbin is the lost prince of Cai Terenmare, a magical realm threatened by a tyrant named Tynan Tierney. When she encounters one of the bogeymen hell bent on killing David, she realizes that monsters are real, and she must save the boy she loves so he can reclaim his throne.

Abby is an adventurous heroine because she is willing to take risks to save those she loves. Although she nearly died protecting David from the vicious creature who murdered his parents, she helps David return to his world and vows to help him defeat Tierney, the self-proclaimed King of Blood and Shadows. To win the war, David and Abby must travel across Cai Terenmare in search of allies. They brave a deadly rainforest, fighting venomous toads and a lamia. They cross a desert to meet with an arrogant oracle, and then must flee his city when Tierney’s forces attack. Abby also travels in her dreams, discovering Tierney’s secrets and searching for a way to bring peace to her new world.

IMG_4833Abby’s favorite location, however, is Caislucis, David’s castle on the western coast of Cai Terenmare. The ivory castle becomes her home, a sanctuary where she learns to use her skills as a seer and dreamwalker. With the threat of the Sower, an enigmatic monster spreading seeds of discord across Cai Terenmare, David will need Abby’s help to stop both Tierney and the creature he puppeteers. If they don’t, the throne at Caislucis will fall into Tierney’s hands, and the kingdom will be destroyed.

I was inspired to write Abby’s story by my own travels. Caislucis was inspired by castles I saw in Europe, and one of the portals in Cai Terenmare was inspired by an experience in Puerto Rico, when I swam in a bioluminescent lagoon. The idea of the bogeymen masquerading as stray cats also came to me in Puerto Rico. One night I was exploring El Morro, a fortress in Old San Juan. I had a strange feeling of being watched, and when I turned, I saw glowing yellow eyes and a dark feline silhouette. Although I like cats, the experience was a little unnerving—but great writing fodder.

IMG_4565Newcastle Beach is based on Santa Barbara, California, and my travels to Australia also inspired various locations in Cai Terenmare, such as the Southern Oracle’s rainforest and the Wasteland, a desert of scarlet sand where time stands still. The forests of Cai Terenmare are inspired by the Tolkien forests of Oswald West State Park on the Oregon coast, close to where I live.

If I could visit any place in the world, I would go to Thailand. The architecture and mythology of Thailand are fascinating, and I’ve had the privilege of learning about the culture because of my sister-in-law’s Thai heritage. I’m currently writing a new young adult book featuring an adventurous heroine who is Thai-American. Sunset Empire is set in Astoria, Oregon and explores legends from the Pacific Northwest.


Sower Comes Excerpt:

Abby shuffled after the hopping raven. Ahead, gleaming like a gem on the scarlet sand, was something that sparkled sapphire. As her stumbling steps brought her closer, she could see the jewel’s form wavering in the heat, becoming a shallow pool. Water.

For the first time she became aware of her thirst, and once she was aware, her thirst grew, blistering her throat. The desire to drink grew stronger than the force that had pulled her to her feet to follow the raven, more compelling than the counting that had held her in the grip of a trance for so long. How long, she did not know. Perhaps she had counted for a day, perhaps for a thousand years. There was no time here. The sun, forever frozen in place, remained at its peak in the cobalt sky.

She knelt at the edge of the pool. The water was strange—a dark blue, almost as dark as the sky, but murky, so she could not see the bottom of the reservoir. Gold particles drifted through the depths as though silt at the bottom had been stirred, but she could see no fish, no signs of life.

She cupped her hands, intending to draw up a drink to quench her miserable thirst, when she felt a hand on her shoulder. In the reflection of the water, she could see that the hand belonged to a man.

“Stop,” he said. “Do not touch the water.”

Startled, she whipped her head around to identify her visitor. There was no one behind her. She rose to her feet, scanning the endless sand bordering the water. She was alone, except for the raven standing by her side. The bird stared up at her and then glanced down at the pool. She followed the raven’s gaze and realized he was casting no reflection, though she and the man were mirrored on the water’s glassy surface.

“Where are you?” Abby called. “Why can I only see you in the water?”

“Because,” the man explained, “the water is only an illusion. It is the ghost of something that once existed. As am I.”



Melissa Eskue Ousley, paranormal romance author
Melissa Eskue Ousley, paranormal romance author

Melissa Eskue Ousley is the award-winning author of The Solas Beir Trilogy, a young adult fantasy series. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with a piranha, her family, and their Kelpie, Gryphon. Her interests in psychology, culture, and mythology have influenced her writing.

The Solas Beir Trilogy:

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Sower-Comes-Three-Solas-Trilogy/dp/1938281403

Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-sower-comes-melissa-eskue-ousley/1122230322?ean=9781938281402

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Getting Inspired with Daredevil + Firefly

You know you’re entering the world of the story when someone asks you want you’re reading lately and all you can think about is your story.

That’s what I’m going through. When I think back to my week, I can only think about the prequel I just finished for my YA fantasy series (Paulette’s story between books 1 and 3, and the next magical contemporary romance novel I’ll be writing soon (the next in my Touchstone series, tentatively called, Bringers of the Rose).

So, not a lot to talk about this week as I dive deep into story.

When I’m diving deep, I do enjoy lots of other stories. I am getting inspired.

This week I binge watched the rest of Daredevil (Oh wow, Charlie Cox as Daredevil is amazing)


and saw a few back-to-back episodes of Firefly (just love it; a great example of a perfect ensemble piece, IMHO).


Also, last weekend Ezra and I saw Antman (We highly recommend it; great writing, humor, and humanity)



and the new Fantastic Four (hmmm, different, darker, less superhero like).


I love inhaling all these stories. Soon I will close the door more and more often to the world as I take my next steps in edits and in crafting a new novel.

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Prizes + Party = Fun

Henrietta and the Dragon StoneI’m excited to be attending Catharine Bramkamp’s Facebook release party on Thursday, August 13.

FUTURE GOLD by Catharine Bramkamp
FUTURE GOLD by Catharine Bramkamp

We’re celebrating the release of book 2, Future Gold, in her series of fun time-traveling strong girls, really young women.

Stop by for prizes and goodies from Catharine and me and the other cool author guests.

The theme is “Girls Kick Ass.”

We do and our stories do.





I’ll be giving away:

More about these books here: http://author.bethbarany.com/ya-fantasy/

So come join us from 12noon-4pm Pacific/3-7pm Eastern on Thursday, August 13, 2o15.

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Touchstone of Love: About love transcending time

-about love transcending time. It wasThanks to Arianne at Provocative Pages for reviewing Touchstone of Love the first story in my Touchstone Series.

She said:

“This book was about love transcending time. It was quite beautiful. I’d recommend it if you want a short and sweet read :)”

You can read the rest of the sweet and short review here.

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A roller coaster of emotions: 5 Star Review for Henrietta and the Dragon Stone (Book 2)

HEN2 bk reviewThank you, babyjewelz301, for your really lovely 5-star review of Henrietta and the Dragon Stone (Book 2 of the Five Kingdoms Series).

A truly riveting tale of a strong heroine. In this second book of the series Beth takes us on an extraordinary journey full of tears, excitement and adventure. I keep falling in love with Frac as we see how he changes from the first book with his growing feelings for our heroine and his need to be her protector. The writing, plot and character development were all very well executed. I was unable to put the book down as I wanted to join Henrietta, the ambassador on her quest to save the future of the five kingdoms. It is a must read for anyone and everyone. Once you pick up a Beth Barany book, you will not want to put it down until it’s over. Once it’s over you wish it wasn’t. It has definitely been one of my favorite series thus far.


More about Book 2 here. And about Henrietta The Dragon Slayer (Book 1) here.

Thank you, babyjewelz301! I’ll let you know when Book 3 is ready! I’m working on it.

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Adventurous Heroines by James DiBenedetto

scene_nine_by_meglikescookiesPlease help me welcome James DiBenedetto as he shares with us on our occasional Monday series on  “Adventurous Heroines.” Enjoy!


Sara, the heroine of my Dream Series, wouldn’t call herself adventurous.  She’d probably say that adventure has been thrust upon her – starting one night in college when she began stepping into other people’s dreams.  Before that night, she was a pretty ordinary person.  Her main worries were getting through final exams, starting on her application to medical school and getting her Christmas shopping done.

Everything changed with the dreams.  Thanks to them, over the course of the books she’s hunted down a serial killer, saved one of her teachers from a would-be murderer, uncovered a blackmail plot between a mobster and a corrupt Congressman, and a lot more.  She’s nearly been killed three times, wound up in the hospital six times, nearly gone to prison twice and performed emergency surgery on two different family members.  That’s adventurous enough for anyone!

Sara hasn’t travelled as much as she’d like to – medical school, residency and life as a doctor keep her busy, and so do her five kids!  But in the eighth book of the series, Dream Vacation, she finally does get to go on, well, a dream vacation, to Paris.  Except it turns into a nightmare when her teenage daughter is seduced by a Parisian boy and runs away.

Sara’s trip to Paris was inspired partly by my own visit there.  It’s a gorgeous city, and I intend to go back, because the 4 days I spent there were nowhere near enough to see even a fraction of the things I want to visit!  There are other places I want to go (Bayreuth, Germany, for the annual Wagner festival; Rome, to visit my relatives who still live in the “old country”), but Paris is on the top of my list.

That trip helped to inspire one of Sara’s adventures, but what inspires me to write about her in general is Sara herself – over the course of nine books, she’s become a living, breathing person, and she demands that her stories be told.  She’s grown from a shy, single 21-year-old student to a wife, mother of five, and an accomplished doctor who runs her own hospital.  I think that’s pretty impressive!



James DiBenedettoAs for me, all I do is put her adventures down on paper by night.  By day, I’m a marketing professional, married to my own lovely wife, well-trained by my cat, Danny, and I love the opera, fondue and my original hometown New York Giants.

You can follow me and my books at my website: http://www.writingdreams.net.  You can also find me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jjdibenedetto and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DreamSeriesBooks.  And all my books are on Amazon at http://viewauthor.at/JJDiBenedetto.

You can find Dream Vacation, the book I mentioned, at http://getBook.at/DreamVacation.

Dream Vacation Ben walks right up to the artist – a young woman, maybe twenty, maybe not.  She’s wearing a smock that’s got paint all over it, but beneath that is a skirt that’s cut somewhere above her knees, and her shoes are more stylish than anything I’ve ever owned.  She grins at Ben.  “My young monsieur.  I shall make a picture for you, oui?”  Ben looks to me.  Obviously this is going to cost us money, but we’re on vacation, right?

I nod, and he answers, “Oui,” in a passable accent.

Bon,” the girl says.  “You will pose.  You and your – what is the word?  Sister, oui?  She gets up from her easel, takes Ben and then Steffy by the hand, and positions them near the Metro sign.  “You will stay.  I will be rapide.  Fast, yes?  Is that how you say?”  Ben nods, grinning himself from ear to ear.  Steffy isn’t quite as thrilled, but she puts something close to a smile on her face and goes along with it.

Our artist – Helene, we quickly learn – is indeed rapide.  She takes maybe twenty minutes, and she produces a very cute portrait of the twins.  And on closer inspection, she really captured their personalities.  Ben is all wide-eyed innocence, while eyes a lot older than eight and a half peer out from Steffy’s face.  She hands the picture to me – she used acrylic paint, so it’s already pretty much dry – and I hand it around to everyone in turn.  After much ooh-ing and aah-ing, Helene looks to Brian and me expectantly.

I knew this part was coming, and she definitely earned something.  Before I can say or do anything, Brian reaches into his pocket and emerges with a hundred euros, all of which he hands to the girl.  I start to say something – the words make it all the way from my brain nearly to my lips before I catch myself.  We’re on vacation.  And how many people have a sort-of-professionally painted portrait of their children?

She wasn’t expecting quite that much, but she covers her reaction quickly; her wide eyes narrow, and she affects a bored almost-sneer as she says, “Merci, monsieur,” and stuffs the money somewhere underneath her smock. I’m guessing we just paid for a very nice evening out for Helene and a couple of her friends.

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Lovely 4 Star Review for Henrietta The Dragon Slayer (This review made me cry!)

HEN1- -...a wonderful book (livelovereadya.com) Thank you, Kelly, for the lovely 4-star review of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer on her site livelovereadya.com.

She said:


… Henrietta was a beautiful character and a true to life representation of many people I know, especially in a world like today where most aren’t too forgiving.

The Storyline

I really enjoyed reading this book because of the story line. It’s a plot that I have yet to see in any books I have read and I honestly loved following it. It was less about actually slaying a dragon and more about the characters truly finding themselves and finding their “home”, so to speak. Keep this in mind when you read it! Don’t go into this book thinking that there is just going to be blood and guts everywhere from a dragon slayer doing her job. This book has a lot more depth than that!

The secondary characters…

Meeting the secondary characters in this book was a nice breath of fresh air.

There was no romantic attraction…

This was GREAT! I really wanted to read a book where the heroine was more focused on the task at hand, on finding herself and solving her problems, BEFORE she got into a romantic relationship. This is EXACTLY what I needed and I’m so thankful that Beth wrote her novel this way.

Kelly, you made me cry with this comment:

Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU Beth Barany for loving Henrietta so much that you made her fall in love the way she’s supposed to; with trust, friendship, and a solid idea of who she is.

Overall, I honestly loved reading about Henrietta the Dragon Slayer and I can’t wait to read the sequel! I’m giving this book four hearts!

Thank you so much, Kelly! The sequel is on its way to you!!!

Here’s some hearts for you!

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Evoking a Fantasy World by Rahima Warren

Tour BadgePlease welcome a guest post on evoking a fantasy world by author, Rahima Warren. I’m excited to share this post with since she’s announcing her second book in her fantasy trilogy, The Star-Seer’s Prophecy, called, Fierce Blessings.  I loved book 1, Dark Innocence, and featured her on my writing blog when that book came out a few years ago.


When reading a fantasy set in a different (non-historical) world or time, I find it jarring if the characters’ names are old familiar ones from our everyday reality.

Why would people in a strange time/place have names like Steven or Julia?

Also, why would they use the same words to refer to time or distance that we do?

Convenient for the writer perhaps, but too familiar for me as a reader.


In my fantasy trilogy, The Star-Seer’s Prophecy, I tried to evoke a different world in subtle ways. For example, I avoid using our familiar measures of time. Instead of “minute,” I use “moment.” Instead of “week,” I use “quarter-moon.”

Many cultures measure time by that clock in the sky, the Moon.

For distance, I just referred to how many days a trip took.

And I had fun making up names and words to help evoke a different world.

I used two methods for creating these new words: listening/intuition, and research.


For most of my characters’ name, I start by ‘listening’ for a name, using my intuition.

Sometimes, that’s it.

I get it on the first try, like Zhovanya as the name of the Goddess in my trilogy.

For others, I play around with the sound of the name until it fits the character. And for some, the name evolves as I get to know the character better.

For example, originally Kyr’s name was Arik (which I believe relates to an old Nordic word for eagle). Somehow, I didn’t like the hard ‘k’ as the last sound of his name, so I changed it to Kyr (“keer” like “peer”), which to me sounds like the high, lonely cry of a hawk or eagle, and suits his character.

Over time, I noticed that there was a pattern in the way I was naming men vs. women, and changed a few names to fit that pattern, though there are some exceptions.

You might check out the Cast of Characters (in Book Extras) on my website, and see if you can detect the pattern.

I also ‘listened’ for the magical commands used by the Warrior-Mage, Rajani; for the names of magical potions; and for the sacred chants. (See the Glossary in Book Extras.)


In the case of the evil sorcerer-king called the Soul-Drinker, I found his name through researching the roots of words in the Dictionary of Word Origins by John Ayto. The Soul-Drinker’s name is Dauthaz, which comes from the Old English and Germanic roots of the word ‘death.’

This is also how I created the name of the land where the story takes place, and the terms used at the Sanctuary.

The land is named Khailaz, which is a prehistoric Germanic word, ancestor of our word, ‘whole.’ Adding the suffix –itha to khailaz produced khailitha, the root of our words, ‘health’ and ‘heal.’

From this, I made up the words kailitha (divine healing energy); Kailithana (a priestess-healer); Kailithara (healing work of the Kailithana); Kailithos (one who is undergoing the Kailithara); and Kailithama (sacred chamber in which the Kailithana works with the Kailithos).

I don’t recall exactly how I tracked down the roots from which I constructed Aithané (Listener, Confessor), Phanaithos (Speaker, Divulger), or Phanaithara (Divulgence, Confession). I believe they come from Greek roots meaning to listen, and to speak.

A few other words, I just made up. For example, I derived zhan (life force energy) from Zhovanya.

Now, admittedly, I am not Tolkien, creating whole languages, and races of fantastic creatures.

My focus is more on the inner world and healing ordeal of my hero, Kyr, than on detailed world-making.

However, I did do my best to evoke a different place/time by creating new words and names, and avoiding overly familiar names and terms.


As a reader, which do you prefer: familiar names and terms; or new and different ones?

As a writer, what is your approach to evoking a different world?


Tour Notes

Dark InnocenceThis week you can grab the first book in the Star-Seer’s Prophecy Trilogy for just 99 cents. That’s right Dark Innocence is marked way, way down, giving you the chance to explore this thought-provoking fantasy series for yourself.

Get your copy at AmazonBarnes & Noble, or iBooks today!

About Dark Innocence:  In an ancient world of blood sorcery and healing magic, the Soul-Drinker, a vicious necromancer-king, is draining the life from the souls of the people and of the earth itself. Worse yet, he has banished the land’s rightful Goddess, and disrupted the Sacred Balance, sending the mortal and divine realms whirling toward destruction.

The only hope for salvation is a youth named Kyr, born and raised as one of the Soul-Drinker’s blindly obedient slaves. Kyr knows only the pain, evil and cruelty of the Soul-Drinker’s hell–and nothing of the Star-Seer’s Prophecy that declares him to be the long-sought Liberator.

Rescued by strangers, Kyr embarks on a bewildering journey into a bizarre new life, where kindness and love are real. If he is to fulfill his destiny, he must battle his inner demons and fight to find his buried capacities for compassion and courage. Will he be able to surrender the inner ice that has been his soul’s only protection in time to save the world from disaster?


Fierce BlessingsYou can continue the saga with the newly released sequel Fierce Blessings.

About Fierce Blessings: No longer the dark innocent, Kyr has survived the first hell of the Star-Seer’s prophecy. After his sacred and transformative year at the Goddess’s Sanctuary, he has become a man of compassion, courage, and integrity. However, the terrible crimes he committed as the unwitting slave of the Soul-Drinker still weigh heavily on his soul. To atone, he plans to help his slave brothers find the same blessings he received from the Goddess: healing, forgiveness and love.

But before he can begin, his worst enemy tears him from the safety of the Sanctuary, and away from all the goodness and beauty he has come to know. Now Kyr must face the second hell foretold by the prophecy. Left chained outdoors like a dog for months, Kyr is subjected to beatings and derision by his captors. When the rains come, he is taken inside as servant and whore by their leader, who subjects Kyr to sorcerous torture, aiming to turn him into his will-less, mind-bonded slave. Far from any help, Kyr struggles to protect his soul from the seductive pull of all-too-familiar depravity, fight the temptations of hatred and despair, and continue on the hard path to forgiveness.

Will Kyr be able to keep faith with the Goddess Who saved his soul in time to renew the Sacred Balance and restore Her sovereignty? Or will he return to the foul slavery he has known most of his life? The fate of the land and the Goddess Herself depends on his choice.
Oh, and don’t forget to enter our giveaway for your chance to win an autographed copy of Fierce Blessings or a Star-Seer’s Prophecy t-shirt. We have a total of 4 prizes for 4 lucky winners, hooray!

Enter the giveaway right here: www.novelpublicity.com/dark-innocence

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