Wednesday, November 30, 2016


Up today is Prince of Honor House of Terriot Book One by Nancy Gideon. Here's the cover for you, it's by Cover Artist: Patricia Lazarus:
Wondering what it's about?
The hunter becomes the prey, a prisoner to his own desire . . .

Turow . . .
Strong, silent man of integrity content to serve his new king as a prince in the turbulent shape-shifter House of Terriot. A tracker and relentless hunter, he’s used to running trails alone until charged with returning a traitor to their mountain top home to face the unforgiving judgment of their clan.  On the run with the bad girl he’s loved forever, the choice between duty and desire has never been more difficult        . . . or deadly.

Could the bargain made to save their lives become reality?
Sylvia . . .

Manipulative schemer or victim caught between a mother’s ambition and a rogue prince’s lust for power? Trust is almost as foreign as the idea of love, but to save herself from certain death, she must risk both on the good man who deserves them . . . from someone worthy. Trapped by the only one who believes in her goodness, will she betray him and run for her life . . . or stay and destroy him with a long hidden truth?
You know how much we like book trailers here at Supernatural Central, well we have one for you today: 
Was that spicy enough for you? Are you wondering where you can get your copy? How about here:

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SC: Tell me a little bit about your main character of this book.

NG: It's no secret that I love redeeming a villain. Everyone adores a bad boy turned hero, but convincing a reader to love a villainess as a heroine is a tougher battle.  Sylvia Terriot is definitely worth the uphill climb.  A schemer with a wicked tongue and a list of conquests, trying to bag the prince who'll become the next  king of their shifter clan to aid in her witch of a mother (literally, a witch!) in a bid for control, her one vulnerability is also her way to salvation. She doesn't recognize her rare weakness as love when her clan's most honorable prince is challenged with taking her home in chains . . . until forced to choose between her freedom and saving his life.  With a past filled with surprising darkness and magic,  her struggle to claim the light she longs to find in the arms of her mate demands an almost insurmountable sacrifice.  Here's how a Goodreads reader described their Taming of the Shrew relationship:  " A prince. A traitor. A blood feud. Mix them all together with healthy doses of drama, intrigue, and action, and you have the beginnings of an edge of your seat, roller-coaster of a book.  Turow is everything you want in a hero and Sylvia's journey from villain to heroine is brilliantly crafted. 5-Stars!"  Her road to redemption is definitely a wild and sizzling ride!  Besides, naughty girls always get the best dialogue!

SC: Do you believe in the paranormal and if so, do you have an experience you can share?
NG: The hot creatures I write about? I wish!  I did have some ghostly encounters when I was a child with the spirit of the old woman who died in our house. She used to mess with my oldest sister and I on the stairs, tripping her and making me think I could float down them. I didn't find out that the former owner had died falling down those stairs until I was an adult, and my sister and I brought up our strange experiences for the first time. Watch that third step from the top! Our family dog was terrified of the second floor and wouldn't stay up there with us unless we had him on a leash.  I still vividly recall the sensation of moving down those steps without ever touching them. Oh, goosebumps!

SC: What titles are you working on now that you can tell us about?
NG: I've just finished the first draft of PRINCE OF POWER, the second in the four book "House of Terriot" series which follows Turow's brother Colin.  It's got a planned release in late January! The stakes keep getting higher and the Terriot  princes hotter! I just might be able to get the other two out in 2017 as well. These books feature characters from my "By Moonlight" series, which fans of those books should love, but  each of these titles can be read as a stand alone.

Would you like to know something about the author? Well, here you go:

Nancy Gideon is the award-winning, bestselling author of over 60 romances ranging from historical, regency and series contemporary suspense to dark paranormal, with a couple of horror screenplays tossed into the mix, and is currently testing the “Hybrid Author” waters of self-publishing.  When not at the keyboard, this Central Michigan writer feeds a Netflix addiction along with all things fur, fin and fowl. She also has written under the pen names Dana Ransom, Rosalyn West and Lauren Giddings.
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Sunday, November 20, 2016

BOY MEETS WITCH, The White Cat Chronicles by G.A. Rael

Well here it is, the 20'th of November. This month is going fast, non? Today we're telling you about a new book called BOY MEETS WITCH, part of THE WHITE CAT CHRONICLES by G.A. Rael. Here's a look at the cover.

Let's now give you a little taste of what's inside that fabulous cover:

Are you an angel?" Harper asked, pleading internally for the answer to be no.
The tall, white-haired man gave a low chuckle. "Not quite. What I am isn't nearly as important as who you are--and what I can do for you."
Harper Adams is a witch on the run--from her past as a faith healer turned accidental arsonist, and from the power she's kept locked away her whole life. She thinks she's finally found a place she can settle down and call home in the picturesque town of Cold Creek, Vermont, but a mysterious white cat who may or may not be bent on taking the curvaceous witch's soul has other plans.
Harper's compassion soon gets the best of her and earns her an unwanted reputation as the town miracle worker as well as the ire of sexy veterinarian and militant atheist, Darren St. Clair. Cold Creek's residents have a few supernatural secrets of their own, and Harper will have to face the destiny that led her to the last place a witch in hiding needs to be--that is, if Darren doesn't have her chased out of town with a pitchfork-wielding mob before she gets the chance.

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Without a word, the strange man stepped closer. His silken hair was too perfectly white to be a natural color, yet there wasn't a trace of darkness at his roots. On closer inspection, Harper was horrified to realize that his eyes weren't just the color of a cat's but the shape, too. She tried to tell herself they were just theatrical contacts, but they shrunk so realistically as he stepped underneath the light that she began to doubt the only reasonable explanation.
"S-stay back," she stammered, finding her voice once he was too close to dismiss as an illusion.
To her amazement, he halted in his steady approach.
"I'm not going to hurt you," he said in a surprisingly gentle voice for someone so imposing. The contrast was so unsettling it made her shiver. His statuesque body and almost feminine facial features reminded her too much of the awful weeping angel statues in her church's graveyard. Harper had always feared them as a child and now it seemed that one had come to life. The intruder was even beautiful in the same ethereal, almost grotesque way the statues were. "After all," he continued in that melodic voice, "you did save my life."
Harper stared at him in bewilderment. The words of a madman rarely made sense, she supposed. "I don't even know you."
"Maybe not, but I know you, Harper--or should I say, Alyssa? I've been watching over you for some time."
She tried to swallow but the coffee had left her mouth dry. "How do you know that name?"
His stone lips curved into a slight smile. "I know everything about you. For instance, I know your father's name is Byron Hurlow and he's the preacher at the Rockport Trinity Tabernacle in Little Rock, Arkansas. I know you've been running for a little over two years now, and I know that you fear angels more than anything except maybe hurting the ones you love." His cat eyes narrowed and his voice lowered to a knowing tone as he said, "I also know about the fire."
Harper took a step back only to trip into a stack of boxes behind her. Before she could save herself, the man caught her and rested his hands on her shoulders, keeping a slight distance between them. She marveled at the bizarre display of propriety in the midst of such threatening behavior, but she didn't complain. His skin was surprisingly warm.
"Be careful," he murmured. "You always were a klutz."
He said it so casually, as if they were old friends. "Who are you?" she asked shakily. "How could you possibly know about the --"
"The fire?" he offered. "Like I said, I've been watching you for a very long time."
"Are you an angel?" Harper asked, pleading internally for the answer to be no.
The tall, white-haired man gave a low chuckle. "Not quite. What I am isn't nearly as important as who you are--and what I can do for you."
"You could start by putting on some clothes."
About the Author:
G.A. Rael is a practicing witch and author of paranormal romance and mysteries. She's had a lifelong love affair with all things that go bump in the night, and it's her firm belief that monsters deserve their happily-ever-afters, too. When she isn't writing, you can find G.A. watching campy horror films with her husband and two cats in beautiful seaside New England.
G.A. Rael came to us via Bewitching Book Tours.

Thursday, November 17, 2016


We've surpassed the half-way mark for November. How's that holiday thing working out for you? Planning for the next one? This time of year they all start to run together depending on where you live.  Time to put your feet up and read for a while. We've got a new one for you today. It's THE HAUNTING OF HOTEL LaBELLE by Sharon Buch binder. It falls into the Contemporary, Paranormal, Fantasy category.
Here's the cover:

Here's the tagline: The past meets the present when a curse turn-of-the-century man meets a feisty modern day woman.

If that short and to the point description isn't enough for you, here's the longer version:
When hotel inspector, Tallulah Thompson, is called in along with her pug, Franny, to investigate renovation delays, she meets an extremely annoyed and dapper turn-of-the-century innkeeper. The only problem is he’s in limbo, neither dead nor alive, and Tallulah and the pug are the first to see him in a hundred years.

Cursed by a medicine woman, “Love ‘em and Leave ‘em Lucius” Stewart is stuck between worlds until he finds his true love and gives her his heart. When he first sees Tallulah, he doesn’t know what he’s feeling. Yet, her stunning beauty, and feisty attitude pull him in.

With the fate of Hotel LaBelle on the line, Tallulah with the help of a powerful medicine woman turns Lucius back into a flesh and blood man. She and Lucius team up to save the hotel, but Tallulah can't help but wonder if he will ever let go of his past love and learn to love again.
And ooh-la-la we've got a book trailer for you. We love book trailers here at Supernatural Central:

Sharon stopped by Supernatural Central to answer our fave questions. Here's what she had to say:

SC: Tell me a little bit about your main character of this book.
SB: Dashing and dapper innkeeper, Love ‘Em and Leave ‘Em Lucius Stewart is cursed by a powerful Medicine Woman when she believes he has wronged her daughter. Stuck in limbo, neither dead nor alive, Lucius cannot escape until he finds a woman he loves more than his hotel—and who loves him back. For over a century, he’s watched as new owners have come and gone. The latest owner is making changes he doesn’t like but can’t control, that is until Tallulah Thompson arrives and can see him. Thunderstruck, he can’t believe this woman has the sight and he resists falling in love because he’s still in love with a woman who died a hundred years ago. Torn between the past and the present, a lost love and new opportunity for love, Lucius has some decisions to make--but will he relinquish his hold on his past?

SC: You have to watch out for those Medicine Women. They can be kind of spooky. Do you believe in the paranormal and if so, do you have an experience you can share?

SB:Yes, I do. I’ve had many experiences. Here is one that had a lot of witnesses and still stands out in my mind..
When I was in college, I shared a duplex with four other women. The day I moved into my attic room, as I unpacked my boxes, I heard my roommate shout, “Sharon!” I ran downstairs, only to find Cindy in the shower. When she came out, I asked if there had been a problem.

She smiled. “Oh, I forgot to tell you. We have a ghost.” This ghost moved things around, knocked things off shelves and mimicked other roommates’ and even boyfriends’ voices to get attention. She also paced a hallway that ran from the kitchen to the bedroom on the main floor.
One night I pulled an all-nighter for an Organic Chemistry exam (not my best subject!). I had a little dachshund, named Bisou, who went everywhere with me. That night I studied in the kitchen, drinking gallons of coffee, memorizing benzene rings. I decided to take a little nap. I cuddled on the couch with Bisou and closed my eyes. The doxie started shaking and whining and I heard the footsteps. They came closer and the dog became more agitated. The ghost was standing right next to the couch and the dog was in a frenzy.

“Please,” I said, “I need to get some rest, this exam is really important to me. And you’re making my dog crazy. Could you please go away?”
The ghost’s footsteps receded from the side of the couch, down the hall and then stopped. I aced the exam (a miracle).

After I had been living in the haunted duplex in for a few months, I invited my sister-in-law and brother over for dinner to meet my new boyfriend, my roommates, and see the place. My room was in the attic, and at $25 a month for rent (5 women, $125 total!) I wasn’t complaining about my space. I was very happy to be there and grateful to have such a bargain. The ghost was almost an added value at that point.
We had appetizers, did not really get to dinner, when my brother, a Vietnam vet and Green Beret who to this day keeps in touch with buddies from the 82nd Airborne, said, “Why don’t you show us the place?”

My then boyfriend had already been repeating all the strange events (with embellishments) that I had told him about and was making Twilight Zone music.
As I led my brother and sister-in-law up the stairs to my room in the attic, the now very annoying boyfriend said, “Ooooooo! Can yooooou feeeeeel the spiriiiiit?”

“Yes, I can,” my brother said. “She’s right next to me, has shoulder length brown hair, and is wearing a brown print dress. She’s very lonely.”
My brother turned on his heel without even reaching the attic and raced down the stairs. At the bottom of the stairwell he said, “I have to go! She’s all over me. It’s like she’s so happy I can see her, she’s trying to get under my skin.”

My brother and astonished sister-in-law ran out the door. The dinner party was over and so was my relationship with that idiot boyfriend.
PostScript: Ever since that night, my brother literally “sees dead people.” I always thought it was interesting that I heard them. It’s as if each of us got one part of the psychic abilities, but not the whole package!

SC: That's a great story, especially the part where you dumped the dud. Seem like you're a woman who gets things done. What titles are you working on now that you can tell us about?
SB: I am working on two books and have a novella on the backburner. In Bury My Heart: Book Two of the Hotel LaBelle Series, Emma Horserider, a horse whisperer and secondary character in the Haunting of Hotel LaBelle, gets her man in the form of a tattooed biker and remote viewer named Bronco who works for her brother. In Kiss of the Burmese Prince: Book Three of the Kiss of the Jinni Hunter Series, a new jinni hunter inherits her dotty old grandmother’s estate and discovers she was employed by the OSS, the precursor to the CIA and was not the least bit crazy. The novella is tentatively titled The Billionaire Cowboy Baron’s Surprise Baby, and as you can tell from the title, there’s a rich cowboy, a surprise baby and an unexpected romance.

SC: That was fun! Thanks for the engaging responses, Sharon.
About the Author:

Sharon Buchbinder has been writing fiction since middle school and has the rejection slips to prove it. An RN, she provided health care delivery, became a researcher, association executive, and obtained a PhD in Public Health. When not teaching or writing, she can be found fishing, walking her dogs, or breaking bread and laughing with family and friends in Baltimore, MD and Punta Gorda, FL.

Here's all the links you need to find the book:

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Here's all the links you need to find Sharon:
Twitter ID @sbuchbinder
Sharon came to us today via Bewitching Book Tours.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016


We have a cover reveal today. A&E Kirk are releasing a new book, the first book in the Paranormal Poisons Sage. It's called Midnight Poison, and this is what it looks like:

Here's what it's about:
No Memory. No Mind. No Mercy.
Kiara Blackwood has a few problems.

She's older than she looks - by several centuries. She can't remember who she is. She doesn't know why she’s the target of Oleander, an immortal serial killer, or why she’s held prisoner by the undead, or where to find the Midnight Poison, the one thing that could grant her freedom. And best of all, her psych meds have stopped working, because, oh yeah, she’s borderline insane. Well, maybe not so borderline.
When Oleander’s killing spree threatens to rip the supernatural world apart, Kiara has no choice but to hunt him down. Forced to rely on a dashing vampire with questionable motives, she plunges into a world of lies, betrayal, deadly deceptions, and secrets that could tear what’s left of her mind to shreds.  And just because that's such a piece of cake, while she's at it, she might as well search for the Midnight Poison, that legendary potion she can’t remember creating, let alone hiding. Well...

Crazy or not, here she comes.
Be brave. Try some Midnight Poison. Lethal to the last drop.

A and E Kirk are the Best Selling Mother/Daughter writing duo of YA Paranormal Romance Thrillers loaded with action, adventure, twists and turns, and huge doses of humor. They write about dangerous supernatural creatures, hot guys, and sassy heroines full of snark.
Alyssa loves animals (the family has two dogs, a cat, and a horse), anime, music, and action packed movies, plays board games, watches too much TV about supernatural beings and starring hot guys (preferably shirtless), and adores carbs so forces herself to exercise.

Eileen loves much of the same stuff (other than anime, although she does enjoy the one where the characters often say, in a highly dramatic voice, “Dammit!”), has been happily married to the same guy for almost 30 years (prefers him shirtless), raised (barely survived) three crazy but adorable kids, and loves to cook (mostly things with chocolate).
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Author PAUL BARRETT Stops By

It's November 16'th and I want to say Happy Birthday to my Mom. Hi Mom.

Also today we have author Paul Barrett stopping by to chat with us and tell us a bit about his novel  THE MALAISE FALCHION. It falls into the SciFI category as you can no doubt tell from the cover graphics, although I get a sense of Fantasy as well.


What's it about? Here's the description:

Disgraced during the Demon War, Dwarf investigator Snazdaggin Kundarik (Spade to his friends) wants nothing more than a desk to sleep on, a bottle of grog to drink, and the occasional easy case for quick pay.
Then a mysterious female Elf from the posh side of town shows up and offers him exoneration for his past sins and lots of gold. All he has to do is follow her brother and report his activities. Simple, right?

He should have known better. The simple job soon spirals out of control. Spade finds himself sucked into intrigue, powerful magic, and the hunt for a weapon powerful enough to end the world. Ill-prepared, Spade forges on with the aid of his hapless sidekick and a reluctant female warrior.
Will he survive long enough to save the world and get his grog?

Elves and grog? I don't know…sounds kind of dicey to me. Let's see what Paul has to say:
1. Tell me a little bit about your main character of this book.
Snazdaggin Kundurik, Spade to his friends, is a Dwarf who is a private investigator in Mage City. Disgraced during the Demon War, he has left himself over to drinking excessively and barely surviving on the few cases that come through his door. When a female Elf comes along and offers him a chance at redemption if he helps her, he jumps at the opportunity.

2. Do you believe in the paranormal and if so, do you have an experience you can share?
I’m not a huge believer in the paranormal, but I’ve read about enough strange things to have an open mind. The closest I came to anything like it was when I worked on a documentary that took me to Birkenau concentration camp. The feeling being in the place, knowing the amount of death that occurred there, certainly gave one a deeply moving feeling. That’s the closest I’ve ever come.
3. What titles are you working on now that you can tell us about?
I’m currently working on A Cry of Decay, which is the working title of the second book in the Necromancer Saga. (A Whisper of Death is the first) I’m also finished up edits on Knight Errant, a space opera I co-wrote with my good friend, Steve Murphy.

About the Author:

Paul has lived a varied life full of excitement and adventure. Not really, but it sounds good as an opening line.
Paul’s multiple careers have included: rock and roll roadie, children’s theater stage manager, television camera operator, mortgage banker, and support specialist for Microsoft Excel.

This eclectic mix prepared him to go into his true love: motion picture production. He has produced two motion pictures and two documentaries: His film Night Feeders released on DVD in 2007, and Cold Storage was released by Lionsgate in 2010
Amidst all this, Paul has worked on his writing, starting with his first short story, about Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, at age 8. Paul has written and produced numerous commercial and industrial video scripts in his tenure with his forcreative agency, Indievision. He has two published short stories (As You Sow and Double Cross) and one self-published novel (Godchild). He lives with his filmmaker/graphic artist partner and their three cats.


Paul came to us today via Bewitching Book Tours. His appearance was free-gratis-free.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

BENEFIT GHOST HUNT: 108 MILE HOUSE November 19, 2016

This post is somewhat geographically specific, and for those of you in a land far, far away I apologize.
But for anyone living in or around 108 Mile House in beautiful British Columbia, we've got something fun to tell you about.
Here's your chance to take part on a Ghost Hunt. Yup. Just like you see on t.v. And it's a benefit to boot! (This photo is taken from the site's facebook page).

Dave Scott, who you can hear weeknights hosting SPACED OUT RADIO, told me a little about the benefit night.
"The Charity Ghost Hunt at the 108 Mile Heritage Site, is a tribute event to long time caretaker, Ken Long, who passed away a couple of months ago from pneumonia.  Ken loved the Heritage Site.  He was a former war veteran who had no family in Canada, as all of his loved ones are living in his native South Africa.  The 108 Museum is extremely haunted, and we felt, in conjunction with Vancouver Supernatural's Jim Kolisnyk and members of the Canadian Paranormal Society, that the best way we can elp to get Ken's ashes back home was to hold a fun night of ghost hunting for the public.
The event is $20 per person, and 100% of all proceeds go to raising the much needed $2,500 to cover the costs of his cremation and final flight home.  The ghost hunt, which starts at 7:00pm and runs until 10:00pm will have the paranormal investigators taking people around to various buildings and conducting an amateur investigation.  There will be coffee, snacks, and draws for people who are interested in coming down.  We would like to get 50-60 people out to the Heritage Site.  Dress warm.  Tickets can be picked up on location the night of the Charity Investigation."
I can tell you that I had the opportunity to do an investigation at the site this past summer. We got some interesting findings, to be sure. The classroom is particularly fun. I suggest starting to teach a lesson to get the kids going.
So, if you happen to live out that way, get your tickets early, support a great cause and have a spooktacular find. Let me know how it goes.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

RELEASE DAY: ANGLES by Erin Lockwood

Hello and welcome to November 10'th. We've got a release day event to tell you about today, ANGLES  Part I by Erin Lockwood. Here's the cover for you. It falls into the Contemporary Romance genre. Below is the book description and an excerpt from Chapter 2.
Book Description:
Cara and Sam are destined for each other, we know it the first time we meet them, and everyone else seems to know it as well. But life constantly interrupts and prevents them from taking the next step.

It doesn’t help at all that Cara is in a codependent platonic relationship with Theo. Cara is forever the damsel in distress and Theo is the enabler who thrives on being needed all the time. When Sam enters the scene, it disrupts the equation between the two. Theo and Sam have a chequered history behind them and share a love-hate relationship; hate being the dormant emotion.
But destiny is a funny thing, and by the time fate is done with these characters their lives will never be the same again.

Exceprt from Chapter 2
“By the time I get back to dancing with Dean, I feel something, someone, watching me. The feeling I felt before my speech is stronger now. There’s something consuming my surroundings—an invisible, sweltering blanket over me. As soon as I have the chance, I look around and try to find the source of this feeling—the burning eyes I can’t see, yet, but I sense are focused on me.

I casually scan the room between dips and twirls.

My breath catches. There they are—the eyes I’ve been searching for. A man, a gorgeous man, in a perfectly tailored suit is staring at me. It’s no mistake. Now that I see him, I know his eyes are the source of this feeling I’ve been having.
There are worse people to have stare at you. He might be a little older, but he’s very attractive. He wears his dark brown hair slicked and styled up and back. It looks soft enough to run my fingers through and short enough to create a little edge to it. His blackish gray suit blends in with his olive, tan skin. Every part of him is dark and smoky, except his eyes. His turquoise-blue eyes are so bright; they’re like headlights shining at me. A lighthouse warning me not to come too close or my boat will crash. ”

About the Author:
Erin Lockwood grew up in Castro Valley, California and attended the University of Oregon, where she graduated in 2003 with a degree in journalism. From there she moved to Denver and spent the next seven years searching for the love of her life and building the family of her dreams.
It wasn’t long until, with children starting preschool and more time on her hands, Erin refocused on her career, beginning with a successful entry into the world of residential real estate as a Realtor. Free time was spent reading book after book (and binge-watching the subsequent films) in the New Adult genre. Feeling hopelessly in love with her husband, she wrote him a short story leading up to their fifth wedding anniversary. That’s when she discovered her tireless passion to share her experience of falling in love through fictional characters. That story evolved into the first novel in the Angles trilogy.

Erin still lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband, Phil, and their three children.
Twitter: @anglestrilogy

Erin came to us today via Bewitching Book Tours.