Blog Tour Stop: Marked

D. Laine
(Apocalypse Assassins Trilogy #1)
Publication date: March 28th 2017
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Post-Apocalyptic

For trained assassin Dylan Romero, business is good. As the agency’s top warriors, he and partner Jake Walker are the last two people evil wants to see on the other side of a gun.

When a mission takes them to the college town of Bozeman, Montana, they discover that there is more than just another mark in another town to keep them there. With a heavy concentration of vessels doing their demon masters’ dirty work and flesh-craving monsters lurking around every corner, the secluded Midwest town is set to become the first battleground of the apocalypse.

The last thing Dylan needs is a distraction. With the fate of the world at stake, the life of one girl shouldn’t matter – until the day she changes everything.

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Seconds later, the bartender set two matching drinks on the counter in front of the guy from the parking lot.

He wordlessly slid one of the glasses toward me. My eyes darted to his in surprise, and he shrugged. “You look thirsty.”

I picked up the glass with a grateful smile, and helped myself to a sip of the cool liquid. Jack and Coke—exactly what I wanted. He was observant. “Thank you.”

As he nodded, his eyes moved over my shoulder, in the general vicinity of Vivian. A small grin tugged at the corner of his lips. He glanced up at me briefly before giving undivided attention to his drink. “How’s your boyfriend?”

“Who? You mean the guy from earlier?”

“Well, I’m not talking about him.” His head nodded across the bar, where David was doing his best to catch the waitress’s attention. “That poor fucker doesn’t stand a chance, does he?”

“David is my friend,” I responded defensively. “And Kyle isn’t my boyfriend. You’re wrong on both counts.”

His eyes snapped to mine, then slowly lowered. Heat followed his gaze as it swept across my lips before settling on my neck. I was forced to sweep the hair off my shoulders in an attempt to cool off. It didn’t help.

He squinted at my neck like he considered devouring me right then and there. With the hot ball of lava tumbling through me, and ultimately settling in my core, I considered letting him. One look. That was all it took.

No guy had ever . . .

Oh, God. Vivian was totally right.

His mouth curved like he had read my thoughts. Then his hand shot out to mine as he stated, “Dylan.”

I accepted his hand with a smile. “Thea.”

His head angled closer to mine. “Thea?” When I nodded, he leaned back with a smirk. “Are you a librarian, or something?”

“What?” I demanded, suddenly on edge.

“Hot librarian,” he corrected with a lazy shrug, as if that somehow made his comment less insulting. At my unamused glare, he used his hand to cover the smile spreading across his face, and muttered, “I’m sorry. I don’t think I’ve ever met a Thea before. It’s, uh . . .”

“A librarian’s name, apparently,” I finished for him sourly.

He chuckled. “I like it, alright? I do. In fact, you’ve given me a new standard to associate with the name Thea. Next time I hear it, I won’t imagine a ninety-year-old librarian. I’ll picture you instead.”

He somehow made me like the sound of him thinking about me, despite the example he used. Some small, gullible part of me liked it. The rest of me reared back with revulsion.

“Need to picture me to get you through the night, huh?” I quipped.

His lips pursed as he considered my question. Then a broad grin turned his lips up. “Never really gone for a good girl before. Unless it’s an act . . .” His eyes swept down the length of me with obvious interest, and I folded my arms over my chest to interrupt his uncensored gaze. When he finally made it back to my eyes, he hooked an inquisitive brow.

“It’s not an act,” I stated firmly, “and I don’t play games.”

He shook his head at the counter, and muttered, “I didn’t think so.”

“Not like it would matter anyway.” My eyes lowered to his lap in mock consideration, then to the drink in front of him. “You’ve had so many of those, I doubt you could even play your part at this point.”

Dylan’s head rolled back as a deep laugh rumbled through him. I refused to acknowledge how sexy it sounded.

“First of all . . .” He lifted a finger in the air. “I’m always up to playing my part. Got it?” I kept my arms folded, my face unreadable, as he lifted another finger. “Secondly . . . I find it interesting that you know how much I’ve had to drink tonight.”

My arms slowly uncrossed under his amused and knowing gaze. His eyebrows shot up in silent inquiry, and when I offered no explanation, his grin broadened.

“I thought so.” With a flirty wink, he turned in his seat to face the bar.


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I write relationships. Whether contemporary or fantasy, they are always real and never easy.

When I’m not writing, you can usually find me with my nose in my Kindle – reading romance of course – or running around after my three little boys, or catching up on an episode of Supernatural or This Is Us.

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Blog Tour Stop: Shattered Pack


Shattered Pack (Alpha Girl #6)

by Aileen Erin

Genre: YA Paranormal Fantasy Release

Date: March 28th 2017

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Meredith Molloney never thought she’d find a mate, let alone someone like Donovan Murry—one of the most powerful Alphas alive. Now that she’s no longer cursed and the evil Luciana Alvarez has been taken care of, she thinks life will finally settle down. Boy, has she never been so wrong.

In the middle of the night, Donovan gets a call telling him that his pack has gone to pieces. The news that his second in command has been found brutally murdered has Donovan packing his bags for Ireland, but the last thing Meredith wants to do is leave Texas. She’s heard about how the Celtic Pack are with outsiders. And Donovan has more than a few exes in the pack that will be less than friendly.

Meredith’s never let a few angry wolves stop her, and she’s not about to start now. She’s faced down much worse the past few months. But when she gets there, she finds that it’s not just a few exes who stand in the way between her and her Full Moon Ceremony with Donovan.

Meredith is thrust in to a deadly game of pack politics, one the fey have happily joined in on. When the dust settles, she knows she’ll either have everything that she wants or lose it all.

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5 Things You Don’t Know About Meredith

  • Meredith is a member of the American Wayfarer Pack.


The world is divided up among packs, but Meredith’s is different, mostly made up of Cazadores. When big bads start acting up—vampires, feys gone murderous, leprechauns running amuck—they fly in to save the day. That’s why Meredith is a super awesome fighter. She was trained by her herd of brothers—not to mention the rest of her pack—since she could walk.

  • Meredith’s pack was against her going to St. Ailbe’s Academy.


Annoying as it is, women in the packs don’t have a ton of independence. Especially in the Wayfarer pack. (Don’t worry. Tessa and Meredith are going to change all that. 😉 ) There are only a few women in the Wayfarer Pack. Meredith, her mother, and her nanny Ciara. Which is why Meredith wanted to get out so badly. But the Cazadores wanted to protect her. How could they do that if she wasn’t with them? And don’t get them started about Luciana cursing her… That would never have happened with them watching over her. But even with all the craziness, Meredith was glad she left. She made some amazing friends, learned a lot about other supernaturals, and most importantly, she never would have met Donovan if she hadn’t been at St. Ailbe’s. Who could regret that?

  • Meredith’s nanny, Ciara, is more like her mom than her bio mom.


Meredith and her mother have never seen eye to eye. So, when Ciara sought refuge with the Wayfarers from the Irish Pack, Meredith clung to her. Now that Meredith is going to be joining Donovan’s notoriously cliquish Irish Pack, she’s going to need Ciara more than ever.

  • For a while, Meredith thought about leaving the packs behind, going to a human college, and getting a job.


  1. Sure, she was cursed to stay in her human for during that time. Since she couldn’t shift, she was basically human anyhow! Why not give it a shot? Seemed like a real chance at freedom from her overpowering pack. And when everything is going crazy, she still things about it. If she were human, what would she be doing? It’s nice to dream.
  • Meredith is obsessed with reality TV.


Having never been integrated with humans, she finds it unendingly fascinating. Especially Finding Bigfoot. But really, she’ll watch any of it. She also thinks the fact that E! cancelled The Soup to be one of the biggest tragedies of her lifetime so far. When she’s busy at school, she can’t keep up with it all. The Soup was her way to keep up to date with human pop culture in 30 minutes. If anyone can fix this crime against society, she’d been in their debt. And having a Were like Meredith on your side is a very good thing. So, any takers?

Becoming Alpha (Alpha Girl #1) on Goodreads


Avoiding Alpha (Alpha Girl #2) on Goodreads


Alpha Divided (Alpha Girl #3) on Goodreads


Bruja (Alpha Girl #4) on Goodreads


Alpha Unleashed (Alpha Girl #5) on Goodreads



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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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Book Review: Freeks


Title: Freeks

Author: Amanda Hocking

Genre: Young Adult/Fantasy/Paranormal/Romance

Welcome to Gideon Davorin’s Traveling Sideshow, where necromancy, magical visions, and pyrokinesis are more than just part of the act…

Mara has always longed for a normal life in a normal town where no one has the ability to levitate or predict the future. Instead, she roams from place to place, cleaning the tiger cage while her friends perform supernatural feats every night.

When the struggling sideshow is miraculously offered the money they need if they set up camp in Caudry, Louisiana, Mara meets local-boy Gabe…and a normal life has never been more appealing.

But before long, performers begin disappearing and bodies are found mauled by an invisible beast. Mara realizes that there’s a sinister presence lurking in the town with its sights set on getting rid of the sideshow freeks. In order to unravel the truth before the attacker kills everyone Mara holds dear, she has seven days to take control of a power she didn’t know she was capable of—one that could change her future forever.

Bestselling author Amanda Hocking draws readers inside the dark and mysterious world of Freeks.

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Amanda Hocking doesn’t disappoint! Freeks is a great novel full of mystery and the supernatural. From the individuals in the sideshow to the townspeople of the small town that’s causing all the ‘freeks’ to become extra sensitive. Everyone has a secret and someone’s secret is downright deadly.

You are first introduced to the main character Mara who travels with the sideshow because she and her mother are necromancers that can communicate with the dead. Low on money they travel to a small town named Caudry from being told it will give them a big payout. But a big payout or not, something isn’t right about the town and people within the sideshow begin to develop affects from being there. Roxie can’t make a flame, Seth isn’t so strong, Luka has a hard time healing, and Tim can’t levitate anymore. And after years of Mara’s mother trying to keep her from touching the spirit world due to the effects of their gift, Mara doesn’t have a choice anymore.

Something is after them. One of them is missing. And several of them get injured by this…thing. I will say that some of the victims attack was gruesome, but yet they still survived…when in actuality based on the description of entrails sprawled all over the place, they would have died. But It didn’t deter from the tension within the story.

A romance blossoms between Mara and a townie named Gabe. And even though Mara didn’t want Gabe to know she was a carnie at first he had an even bigger secret than that. Not for spoilers, so I’ll leave that secret kept…as well as a few others.

Each character is written realistically and each have their own personality. The plot is thick, full of mystery that leave you on the edge of your seat and romance to die for. Twists and turns and more details are revealed making the overall plot even more interesting!

Great read. Absolutely recommend for readers that love romance with a little bit supernatural twist.

4 stars

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Book Review: Soul Crossed


Title: Soul Crossed

Of Demons and Angels, #1

Author: Lisa Gail Green

Genre: Young Adult/Fantasy


One Demon.

One Angel.

One Soul.

Josh lived a reckless, selfish life, so upon his death, escaping the eternal torments of Hell by assuming the role of a powerful, soul-corrupting demon is an easy choice. His first soul assignment doesn’t seem too hard: the mortal Camden is already obsessed with weapons, pain, and torture. If only Josh wasn’t distracted by Cam’s beautiful friend, Grace.

Grace never expected to die violently at age sixteen, but now she’s an Angel, responsible for saving a soul. She can already see past Camden’s earthly flaws, so the job should be be easy. If only that handsome, playboy Josh would stop getting in the way.

It’s forbidden for an Angel to be with a Demon, so if Josh and Grace stop resisting each other, the results would be disastrous.

And only one can claim Cam’s soul.

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Soul Crossed is the perfect mix of forbidden love with angels and demons. Redemption and the power of good. The chapters alternate between the two main characters, Josh and Grace.

We are first introduced to Josh and Grace after their deaths. Grace goes to heaven and Josh goes to hell. Each are given the same assignment to either save or corrupt a boy named Cam. Grace needs to save Cam so she can get her wings. Josh needs to corrupt Cam so he doesn’t have to be tortured in hell for eternity.

What Josh and Grace didn’t know is that the other is their enemy…which complicates things since they start to become attracted to each other. It makes getting their assignment completed a little messy. But they each have a mentor to help them along the way. Josh has a two hundred and some old demon, Keira helping him and Grace reports to a woman named Mrs. Alvarez in heaven. Neither are helpful and ultimately have made the situation worse to progress for the worst.

The character of Cam is the main connecting point throughout the novel. He’s supposed to be this great evil that could potentially bring on the end of the world. The odds are against Grace because Cam is written to devilishly. His cruelty and loveless life can and is a very realistic in real life cases. It was heartbreaking to read, but also kept you wanting to read more. Was he going to do the ultimate sin?

All the characters are nicely constructed. Each of them has a role, serve a purpose that is essential in the novel’s development. You can’t help but to love the good characters as well as the bad. You feel the pain and conflict within Grace and Josh as they try to get a grip on the new life that they have while trying to deal with losing their old.

There is also a positive message within the pages that you always have a choice and not all ‘bad’ people are always bad. Josh may have been a ‘bad’ person when he was living but deep down he’s good.

Overall, it was a great read. There were just enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes. Some parts I did see coming and guessed them before they were revealed, but then something that you least expected came around to redeem it. I will absolutely be looking into the other novels in the series!

4 stars

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Blog Tour Stop: Cover Reveal: Moribund

Genevieve Iseult Eldredge
(Circuit Fae, #1)
Published by: Monster House Books
Publication date: September 12th 2017
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult

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 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.

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Genevieve Iseult Eldredge writes LGBTQ YA because as a young adult, she never had any lesbian heroes like her.

Now she brings together her love of LGBTQ literature, urban fantasy, young adult fiction, and the secret world of the Fae in her lesbian YA series, Circuit Fae–so that young adults of the LGBTQ community can have heroes that understand, that think and act, live and love like them.

GIE is also an MFA grad, a martial artist, a self-rescuing princess, and all-around strong female character. She’s multi-published, and in her role as an editor has helped hundreds of authors make their dream of being published a reality.

GIE believes in fairies (in fact, she’s clapping right now), true love (not “to blave”), and championing the often-unheard female voice. She might be using D&D figures to plot out an epic fight scene right now.

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Book Review: The Undying


Title: The Undying

Author: Ethan Reid

Genre: Horror/Zombies/Apocalyptic/Thriller

In this riveting apocalyptic thriller for fans of The Passage and The Walking Dead, a mysterious event plunges Paris into darkness and a young American must lead her friends to safety—and escape the ravenous “undying” who now roam the crumbling city.

Jeanie and Ben arrive in Paris just in time for a festive New Year’s Eve celebration with local friends. They eat and drink and carry on until suddenly, at midnight, all the lights go out. Everywhere they look, buildings and streets are dark, as though the legendary Parisian revelry has somehow short circuited the entire city.

By the next morning, all hell has broken loose. Fireballs rain down from the sky, the temperatures are rising, and people run screaming through the streets. Whatever has happened in Paris—rumors are of a comet striking the earth—Jeanie and Ben have no way of knowing how far it has spread, or how much worse it will get. As they attempt to flee the burning Latin Quarter—a harrowing journey that takes them across the city, descending deep into the catacombs, and eventually to a makeshift barracks at the Louvre Museum—Jeanie knows the worst is yet to come. So far, only she has witnessed pale, vampiric survivors who seem to exert a powerful hold on her whenever she catches them in her sights.

These cunning, ravenous beings will come to be known as les moribund—the undying—and their numbers increase by the hour. When fate places a newborn boy in her care, Jeanie will stop at nothing to keep the infant safe and get out of Paris—even if it means facing off against the moribund and leaving Ben—and any hope of rescue—behind.

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The Undying is a good novel to get your toes wet if you’re thinking about reading zombie/apocalypse novels. It’s realistic qualities and just right gruesome details are great for readers that are on the fence about the genre.

The story follows a young woman by the name of Jeanie. She just lost her father and the best way to move on or shall I say help in decreasing her depression is nothing other than a trip to visit a friend that was once a foreign exchange student that lived with her and her parents, Zou Zou in Paris. The trip is supposed to help the two girls cope with their losses and gain some happiness back. Jeanie invites her best friend, her rock Ben along. The trip was supposed to be full of drinking, partying, and sightseeing, but on the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve, things took a turn for the worse.

An EMP hits and everything that’s ‘plugged in’ all technology pretty much is gone. Rocks begin falling from the sky destroying everything in its path. No one why this is happening or where it all started. Jeanie worries for her mother back at home in Seattle…Ben worries about getting the hell out of the country and back to the U.S. After meeting another American in the lobby of their hotel, their survival is on a time frame. He offered an explanation, a warning of what could come of the future. He also tells her about his wife being at the hospital in labor. With Jeanie feeling a blame for not being there for her father when he was dying, this newborn…potentially orphan child sticks with her throughout their journey.

A great journey it was, Jeanie and Ben set out to find Zou Zou and all the other friends that they met last night. But nothing ever goes as planned. People die, people get separated, people run away afraid of reality, and there is nothing worse than taking care of an orphaned newborn during an apocalypse.

With hope to reach the Embassy or a place where they believe a signal was sent via an old time radio, they come across more than just nasty, crazy humans. They come across albino…things, not quite zombie not quite vampire, and hungry for life.

Their relationships take a toll, self-preservation and helping those that are helpless separate some characters, while it also brings other characters together. There are parts of a romance within the pages, but tears will be shed. It leaves you with faces being ripped off to being heartbroken seconds later.

When they reach the landmark that they believe holds answers, it turns out to be a great sacrifice instead. The realization of the refugees and these camps are very realistic. The theories and leaders doing what they believe –their own agenda- or not is very real and that is what makes you really think about…what if?

The depth of the characters are detailed out to great extent. Each characters emotions and development helps them be relatable. These people resemble people that could actually be your friends. The scenery and plot line is convincing. I’ve never been to Paris, but you visit all the popular landmarks within The Undying…they might be collapsed or on fire, but the experiences are real.

The only thing that hindered my reading is that some parts were in French. Yes, I realize that this is based in Paris, but it paused my reading because I’m French illiterate. Otherwise, a great read.

4 stars

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Blog Tour: Ascension


Title: Ascension

Author: Hannah Rials

Genre: YA Paranormal

Publisher: Aletha Press



Life is supposed to be perfect after Cheyenne Lane’s Ascension ceremony, but it turns out awakening her vampire half only complicates things more. Burdened with a patronizing family and constant surveillance by the Vampire Council, Cheyenne welcomes a summer vacation to the magical city of New Orleans. But Cheyenne quickly realizes that she can’t escape her problems, no matter where she goes.

After seventeen years of fearing exposing her secret to humans, Cheyenne’s world is rocked when she starts to fall for a witch named Eli. When he shows Cheyenne how complex the world really is, she must accept that everything she thought she knew about being a Deuxsang is a lie.

As if all this isn’t problem enough, Cheyenne finds herself the pawn of a conspiracy hatched by those who should be protecting her. Her whole life Cheyenne is told what to believe and who to trust. Now, she’s forced to choose for herself who and what is right. No matter which choice she makes, it will cost her everything.

Steeped in the mystery, intrigue and rich history of New Orleans and the secretive world of the Deuxsang, teen vampire, Cheyenne, and her forbidden love, Eli, embark on a very different, and vastly more dangerous, journey as the net of betrayal tightens around them. This intense and fresh novel is enchanting, engrossing and impossible to put down right up to the cliffhanger ending. Remember, the end is not the end. 

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What an extraordinary debut novel with new and intriguing twists on vampires—a strong female protagonist as one. I already can’t wait for book two.-Jill Murphy Long, author of The Conduit

This book is by the far the BEST YA/Adult fiction that I’ve read in a very long while. So exciting!-Rebecca F.

The wait is over-Ascension is here! Thrilling and entertaining, like the experience on a crazy roller coaster. Hannah has grown into the most amazing writer. Watching her journey has been as much fun as holding the book in my hands. A “must read” for YA and thriller fans!-Valarie B.

Rials has created a complex, fascinating, hidden world within our world. And I think we’re just beginning to scratch the surface.”-Kris Whorton

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  1. Talk: Kodaline
  2. I See Monsters: Ryan Adams
  3. Rivers in Your Mouth: Ben Howard
  4. Scars: James Bay
  5. Villainy: Local Natives
  6. Feeling Good: Nina Simone
  7. Shrimp Boats: Pete Fountain
  8. To Build a Home: The Cinematic Orchestra
  9. A Wink and a Smile: Harry Connick Jr.
  10. Barricades: The Saint Johns
  11. Take Five: Dave Brubeck
  12. Home: AURORA
  13. Lorelai: Fleet Foxes
  14. In the Mood: Glenn Miller
  15. New History: Andy Davis
  16. It Must Be Jelly: Glenn Miller
  17. Unsquare Dance: Dave Brubeck
  18. Mood Indigo: Enoch Light
  19. I Could Write a Book: Harry Connick Jr.
  20. They Say: Billie Holiday
  21. Clementine: Punch Brothers
  22. Slow Dancing in a Burning Room: John Mayer
  23. Sure Thing: Miguel
  24. Ace of Hearts: Zella Day
  25. Cosmic Love: Florence + the Machines
  26. Fairytale: Milky Chance
  27. Tonight You Belong to Me: Gavin Castleton
  28. Witchcraft: Frank Sinatra
  29. Gimme All Your Love: Alabama Shakes
  30. I Want to Love You: Lenachka
  31. Me and You: Jake Bugg
  32. Make You Better: The Decembrists
  33. (I Do) Like We do: Harry Connick Jr.
  34. Stone Cold: Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox
  35. Hold My End Up: Delta Spirit
  36. i hate u, i love u: gnash
  37. Soon It Will Be Cold Enough to Build Fires: Emancipator
  38. Creep: Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox
  39. By Some Miracle: Philip Selway
  40. Wide Eyes: Local Natives
  41. Don’t Forget About Me: Cloves
  42. I Found: Amber Run
  43. Everyone Loves Everyone: Folk Family Revival
  44. Fangs: Night Riots

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As Maryville native and current college student at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Hannah Rials began writing her first novel at age twelve. Eight years later, the result is her newly published YA novel Ascension; a modern day teenage romance filled with “double-blooded” vampires and revenge-seeking witches.

Published by Aletha Press of Maryville, TN, Ascension is Rial’s first novel. When not attending college and spending time with her family, Rials keeps busy by playing with her beloved Corgis, Buddy and Noel, leading a creative writing group at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and cultivating her writing skills.

“I feel like I am living proof that dreams do come true.”- Hannah Rials

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