Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Release Blitz: Eris Rising by Courtney Ramm #promo #releaseday #memoir #nonfiction #giveaway #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @PublishingAcorn

 



Memoir
Date Published: September 1
Publisher: Acorn Publishing

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Warrior’s aren't born, they are forged from the harsh experiences that shape them as they strive to defend what is sacred and true. And geniuses aren’t born either—or are they? Courtney Ramm would know, as she’s one of 229 offspring born from the controversial “Genius Sperm Bank”, a genetic experiment that existed in the 1980s and ‘90s. With a predisposition for “genius”, Courtney found herself driven toward success. Following her passion for dance, by the age of eight she was studying at the renowned School of American Ballet and soon thereafter, performing on New York’s greatest stages. At twenty-five years old, she acted upon a strong inner calling to start her own dance company—in Hawaii.

Moving across the globe from the concrete jungle of Manhattan to the tropical jungle in Hawaii, Courtney brought along her endless to-do lists and a strong determination to succeed. But one thing was missing from the picture-perfect life she had imagined: a perfect husband.

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When she first locked eyes with Marcus at a spiritual gathering, she sensed something was off in the uncanny intensity of his stare. But she dove into a relationship anyway, not grasping the graveness and outright danger of the decision.

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Eris Rising is a story of breaking deep karmic patterns, grappling with the calling of destiny, and changing long-held karma into mission. With the powerful feminine warrior spirit of Eris as inspiration, this memoir shows how it’s possible to move forward after life-altering “mistakes”, and recover the true “genius” within.



About the Author

Born and raised in the heart of New York City, Courtney Ramm has followed her passion for dance since childhood, which led to a career as a professional dancer, choreographer, and teacher. She’s directed dance schools, performed, and taught all over the world, from Singapore to Thailand to Manhattan.
With her Master’s degree in Dance Education, Courtney has led wellness retreats in Hawaii, focusing on empowerment and transformation. Courtney is the founder and artistic director of RammDance, a non-profit dedicated to keeping the legacy of modern dance pioneer Isadora Duncan alive. She blends her love of dance with holistic healing, and is a certified Pilates instructor, Yoga teacher, Ayurvedic consultant, Theta healer, Master Detox Chef, and Reiki practitioner.

Alongside her focused training and career in dance, writing has always been one of Courtney’s passions. She knew she would write a book—although she never imagined her memoir would take such a twisted turn.

Courtney is a full-time single mama to two toddlers. Eris Rising is her first book.


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Saturday, October 24, 2020

PROMO Blitz: The Injection by D.L. Jones #promo #thriller #newbooks #giveaway #rabtbooktours @dljonesbooks @RABTBookTours

 

 

Thriller (Medical thriller, Action thriller, suspense)

Date Published: Oct 20 2020

Publisher: 43Ten Press

 

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The only thing to save two old friends from death may also be what kills them.

Mr. Peters is a successful business owner. Other than dealing with a recent rash of break-ins, he lives a very satisfying life. That was until a childhood friend and brilliant scientist paid him a visit.

While the two friends had a troubled past, not speaking for ten years, the reunion was a happy one. That happiness quickly took a wrong turn as their lives are threatened.

Now held captive, the use of an experimental drug was the only option. A top-secret drug that enhanced a person’s will and physicality is the only thing giving them a fighting chance.

However, there are deadly side effects. Along with enhanced abilities comes a decrease in mental stability. Moreover, there is more to the kidnappings than first thought.

Will the two childhood friends maintain their sanity long enough to survive?


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The lab environment was huge. There were tables and equipment everywhere; it was a spotless room with a lot of testing and sample stations in different areas. Michael and Trey got off the elevator and walked over to two large tables at the back of the lab. Each of those tables had a maze set-up that spread the length of them. Next to the tables were cages. One cage held about twenty little white mice. Trey stood by the table looking at the mazes.

“I don’t get this new set-up,” Trey said.

He pointed to one table and commented on how that maze wasn’t really a maze, but just a straight line to the end. Then he looked at the maze on the other table and pointed out how there were a lot of branching paths going in all different directions.

“Yes, sir! That is exactly what you are looking at. The table with all the branching paths circles around the cheese. If you notice, there is no access to the cheese in that maze,” Michael explained.

Michael reached in and grabbed a mouse from the cage. He held it dangling it by his tail. With his other hand, he held a piece of cheese in front of the mouse, almost teasing it. The mouse reached out while swinging back and forth, trying to grab at the cheese. He then put the piece of cheese in the middle of the maze. He put the mouse at the beginning of the maze and let it go.

The mouse sniffed around for a moment. Once it got a whiff of the cheese, it ran into the maze. It kept running through all the branching paths of the maze and ended up running around the path that circled the cheese. The mouse could smell the cheese but had no path to get to it.

“So, the mouse knows the cheese is there, and he just keeps circling it. Seems like typical behavior,” Trey said.

“It is indeed typical behavior. That’s the control, the mouse acts as it is expected. This maze here with the straight line to the finish is the test,” Michael said, pointing to the table as if he was displaying a prized showcase.

“Okay, that’s a single hall to the cheese. But it’s still blocked—”

“Yes, the cheese is blocked off,” Michael interrupted.

Michael reached down and picked up the little wooden block that ended the straight line on the table. He handed it to Trey, and Trey examined it. He noticed that the block was slightly heavier than what these mice could physically move. Michael then walked back over to the cage of mice and grabbed a different mouse. He took a syringe from the table and injected the mouse.

“Well, mice have been known to gnaw off their own limbs to escape mousetraps,” Tracy said. “Is that the idea here?”

Trey watched as Michael dangled the mouse in the air. He then took another piece of cheese and held it in front of the mouse. The mouse seemed to get excited trying to get at the cheese. The mouse viciously grabbed at the cheese, trying to bite it while dangling. It even bit Michael a few times.

“Damn, that mouse seems a lot more aggressive than before,” Trey said

“Take a look at this…Oh, just so you know, this is the thirty-seventh time we have done this today,” Michael said.

Michael took the weighted block from Trey and placed it back in its spot at the end of the maze. He then took the piece of cheese and put it behind the block. Trey examined the maze, which was just a straight line to the weighted block with the piece of cheese hiding behind it. Michael walked to the front of the maze and placed the mouse at the starting point.

The mouse immediately ran toward the maze’s finish at a speed beyond that of the fastest mice they’d seen in the lab. The mouse ran to the end of the maze and slammed head-first into the weighted block. The block moved, just a fraction of an inch. The mouse then viciously clawed and bit at the block.

“Wow, I’ve never seen anything like that before. That mouse seems to be really determined, to the point where it completely ignored the pain from slamming into the block at that speed,” Trey said.

The mouse then ran in the opposite direction, back towards the beginning of the maze. It turned and sprinted back to the block at an even faster speed than before, slamming its head on the block once again.

“The mouse isn’t ignoring the pain. The brain stopped registering it,” Michael said.

The mouse repeated this act several times, moving the block just a fraction each time. After a few minutes of this display, the block had moved just enough for the mouse to slide through the opening. The mouse did so and ate the cheese.

“My research stated that this would happen, but I didn’t think we could achieve it this soon,” Trey said.

“Well, the last set of changes you proposed to the formula seem to put us at the almost there state. As you can see by the speed of the mouse, the brain is able to tell the body’s muscles to perform at levels above normal. The mouse’s skin seems to go into a protective mode and harden, just a tad, to brace for impact,” Michael explained.

Michael reached into the maze and removed the weighted block. The mouse continued to eat the cheese.

“So, we have created a near invincible mouse,” said Trey.

“No, the mouse is still completely vulnerable, but it will be the toughest mouse you have ever seen…for a short period of time.”

“How long?”

“Well, it’s hard to say with other specimens, but with the mice we have, and the dosage we have been giving them, it lasts about five minutes. The other problems we have had are still there with prolonged use, so we have been using a new mouse each time,” Michael said. “There is one problem…”

Trey looked at the maze and noticed the mouse was lying limp on the floor beside the cheese. The lab tech walked over and picked up the mouse as if it was dead, and put it in a second cage filled with a different set of mice.

“Did the mouse die?” Trey asked.

“No, it didn’t die. All the benefits of the formula are fueled by a goal, which in this case is getting to the piece of cheese. Once the goal is accomplished, the hypothalamus realizes it has delegated functions beyond the body’s safe capabilities. Tries to normalize the brain functions in a hurry. Thus, the mouse passes out,” Michael explains.

“Hmm…new problem,” Trey said.

“Yep, new problem. The passing out seems to have no effects on the mouse. Just looks like it’s a way of the brain returning to normal in a hurry. But it’s something you must be mindful of. Nothing we can do about it now.”

Trey looked over at the mouse cage to see the once-limp mouse running on the pinwheel like nothing had happened.

“That was fast. The mouse is back to normal again.”

“Yeah, they seem to be resilient… but it’s a mouse, and it is a very small dose that they receive.”

“I don’t remember sleeping that long,” Trey said.

“You slept for two days, Tracy. We almost took you to the hospital,” said Michael.

“Okay, yeah, you are right, it was a long time. Was some good sleep,” Trey said. “But this is a different formula. Improvements have been made, as you said.”

“Yes, that’s true. But even though you passed out, that never happened with the mice until the new improvements.”

“Something to think about,” Trey said.

“Something to think about indeed,” Michael echoed.


About the Author

DL Jones is a Writer, IT Professional and Tech Enthusiast.

DL Jones was born in Brooklyn NY, grew up in Newport News VA and has spent the last 8 years in Charlotte NC. He has served time in the US Army and works as an IT Professional. His first love has always been tech, well computers and the web specifically, which has led to a lot of writing.


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Thursday, October 22, 2020

Blog Tour: Starfighter Rising by Daniel Seegmiller #blogtour #interview #giveaway #scifi #rabtbooktours @DanSeegWrites @RABTBookTours

 



 Science Fiction

Date Published: 9/17/2020


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The enemy wanted him. The galaxy needed him.

Sixty years ago Nolvarics nearly conquered the solar system. They were defeated by starfighters.

Konran dreamed of becoming a starfighter, but he blew his one shot five years ago. Now his life is stuck in neutral as a glorified rock hauler.

He didn’t expect to find Nolvarics lurking within the solar system. They didn’t expect him to survive the confrontation.

Now all eyes are on Konran as he is plunged into a whirlwind of space battles, peril, and conspiracy. The Nolvarics will stop at nothing to catch him, dead or alive.

Can Konran rise up and claim his destiny, or will the galaxy fall?

 



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Is There a Message in Your Novel That You Want Readers to Grasp?

 

Yes! Believe in your dreams and never stop trying. You never know when opportunity will come knocking!

 

 

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

 

Definitely. Sometimes the hardest part is wanting to get the story onto paper so badly, but still having so much left to do. It can feel overwhelming. I made a rule to ‘write at least 500 words per day’, which helps me keep plugging away until I get there.

 

 

How many books have you written and which is your favorite?

 

 This is my first book! I have nearly 30 planned though (including another sci-fi trilogy and multiple fantasy series). It’s hard to pick a favorite—they’re all different, and they all hold onto my heart in unique ways.  I really like my stories.

 

 

If You had the chance to cast your main character from Hollywood today, who would you pick and why?

 

I think Tom Holland would be an awesome Konran Andacellos (protagonist from Starfighter Rising). He’s the right age, and his ability to portray Spiderman—the unassuming hero swept away in an epic adventure—is perfect for Konran.

 

When did you begin writing?

 

It depends on what you mean by writing. I had writing professors tell me I should publish some of my essays during my first semesters of college.  But I didn’t start trying to write novels until about five or six years ago. The seeds of Starfighter Rising began four years ago.

 

How long did it take to complete your first book?

 

Four years! This included down time when life got in the way, and a long phase of figuring out what the heck I was doing with editing and self-publishing. 

 

Did you have an author who inspired you to become a writer?

 

Can I say three? Orson Scott Card, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Timothy Zahn.

 

What is your favorite part of the writing process?

 

 Ideation. The initial creation.  I live for this phase, and try to recreate it as much as possible throughout the writing process (every scene is new, for example).  I can stay up all night just to get an idea down on paper in a way that sounds ‘right’.

 

Describe your latest book in 4 words.

 

riveting challenge to rise

 

Can you share a little bit about your current work or what is in the future for your writing?

 

 Absolutely! Starfighter Rising is the first book in its trilogy. The story follows Konran as he navigates the twists and turns begun in Starfighter Rising.

 

I have another sci-fi adventure series planned in a different universe with a female protagonist. This series will explore undertones of racism and prejudice as well as self realization. Although I started planning this series before the dramatic civil unrest of 2020, I think its message could resonate with the pleas for understanding that so many Americans have been expressing this year. 

 

I am writing a fantasy series based loosely on a cross between samurai culture and Legend of Zelda.  I am in love with this story and so excited to write it.  A free first story is available from my website (danielseegmiller.com/free). This started as a set of bedtime stories I made up for my kids, and many of their ideas are woven into it.

 

I have a series of fifteen short western historical fiction stories planned, the first of which is also available for free from the link above.  This is written for a younger age group (middle-school-ish), and I think it’s really fun!

 

Finally, there is the fantasy trilogy which started my adventure into writing.  I got 30,000 words into the first book and hit writers block, so it’s not done yet. By completing Starfighter Rising I gained the writing skills I needed to finish that story. Its storyline stirs an emotion within me that I’m excited to convey to my readers. It is compelling, beautiful and fantastical.

 

Then there are there all the spin off possibilities from these, several additional sci-fi stories I have written without developing further yet, and the infinite possibilities beyond that!  Needless to say, I love writing, and am excited to bring as many stories to life as I can.

 

 


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Daniel Seegmiller grew up loving Star Wars, Mech Warriors, and all things sports. He started out as an English major before switching to his other love, science. He has an MS in mechanical engineering and has worked on everything from biomechanics, to machine learning, to defense technology.

Daniel loves dreaming up awesome adventures…like, literally, he wakes up in the middle of the night with the best ideas. Most of the stories he writes are for his kids. Starfighter Rising is his debut novel.

He lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his wife and three squirrelly children. 

 

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PROMO Blitz: The Throbbing Moon and the Three Season Tango by Michele Wheeler #promo #memoir #nonfiction #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours

 

Memoir biography

Date Published: August 11, 2020

Publisher: Bublish


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The memoir of a magnificent woman who at the end of a life that has changed so many lives for the better, asks us all to see the beauty in one another. This memoir calls to a deeper belief in ourselves – that whatever disappointments, anguish and uncertainty life brings – we have the strength and ability to summon gratitude, compassion and acceptance to see our way through. An avid writer, her work has also been featured in SurvivorNet, Share Care Cancer Support and on her blog, A Crack in the Wall, which was selected as one of Healthline.com's 2020 Blog of the Year awards.


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Michele Wheeler was a caring mother with twin daughters she adored. She was an easy friend that loved to smile and laugh. She was a devoted wife. Michele was a universally respected co-worker that never shied away from hard work and knew how to have fun doing it. She was a scientist. She was also someone who found herself in the devastating position of being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 37. After surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation she lived cancer-free for four years. Cancer resurfaced, and she battled it fiercely for nearly five more years, before dying peacefully at home on June 23, 2020. During her last years, Michele fought to find her way past debilitating fear and rage to stay present, and not let cancer be what defined her. Though difficult, she succeeded. She lived on her own terms and left us with a moving memoir full of stories and wisdom, laughs and tears, hope and love.


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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Release Blitz: The Internal Threat by Dr. Stacey L. Tyler #promo #releaseday #giveaway #nonfiction #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @StaceyTylerPhD

 


Aviation, Government, Academia, Education, and Leadership Development, Consulting and Training

Date Published: October 21, 2020


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In this book, The Internal Threat: The Community Behind the Security Checkpoint, Dr. Stacey Tyler provides a qualitative study on the central research question that focuses on the degree to which miscommunication between TSA, airlines, and airport employees has an impact on the implementation of changes in airport security policies, particularly those regarding prohibited items that pass through security checkpoints. This behavior impacts the effective execution of airport security policies by federal law regarding carryon baggage on commercial aircraft that is specifically known as the Internal Threat.



About the Author

Dr. Stacey Tyler has dedicated 10 years to obtain her Ph.D. from Walden University in Public Policy and Administration specialized in Homeland Security Coordination and Policy.

During her pursuit of this degree she completed an investigation of the predicament to what extent miscommunication among TSA, airline, and airport employees has an impact on the implementation of changes in airport security policy, particularly those policies regarding prohibited items that pass through security checkpoints.

In conjunction with accomplishing this challenging degree, Dr. Tyler has accumulated 22 years of professional experience in the airline industry working in all facets of the operation throughout the country. She started as a part-time Customer Service Agent while climbing the corporate ladder to a General Manager including but not limited to initiating five station start-ups. Dr. Tyler worked at the Philadelphia International Airport intermittently since 2006 with US Airways (Hub Operations Manager) to managing two airlines as a General Manager with GAT Ground Support Services for JetBlue and Spirit Airlines. However it does not stop there.

Dr. Tyler is also an Adjunct Professor, at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University teaching courses in Counterterrorism in Aviation, Airline Management and Air Carrier, Passenger, and Cargo Management.

From getting her doctorate to becoming a professor, the lineage of Dr. Tyler achievements and ambitions continue to prosper and transform as she endeavors into her new opportunity: Business –Owner of Interactive Intelligence Corporation (IC).

As a New Jersey Women-Owned Minority Business supported by U.S. Senator Corey Booker, Interactive Intelligence Corporation is dedicated to assisting policy makers, administrations, and airport and airline management with executing the following: examining and preventing the exploitation of weaknesses in the current system, increasing the efficiency and effectiveness in identifying and responding to emerging threats, and producing greater public satisfaction.

After spending over 22 years, in the aviation industry, from Ticketing Agent to General Manager, Dr. Tyler developed the IIC Internal Threat Training Program. IIC Internal Threat Training Program is a multi-layered approach designed to improve facilities and incumbent airlines to mitigate the internal threat surrounding national security and airport infrastructure concerns.

Dr. Tyler is an author who wrote books in conjunction with her business curriculum as a required material for universities, institutions, local, state, and federal agencies:

  1. The Inside Man: Evaluating Security Communication Failures at a United States Airport-Rowman & Littlefield Publishing;
  2. Airport Security: Passenger Screening and Governance Post 9/11 Amazon-Kindle Fire-Rose Dog Publishing;
  3. Airport Security: Organizational Leadership Change Post 9/11 Amazon-Kindle Fire

In closing, Dr. Tyler has tapped into uncharted territory by suggesting the greatest threat to airport and aircraft safety is what occurs internally. Dr. Tyler brought attention to this concern in our national aviation system by appearing on the following media outlets:

  • Inside the Issues on SiriusXM
  • The Critical Hour on Russia Sputnik Radio
  • The Rock Newman Show on WHUT-TV for PBS
  • Off Script with Bruce Johnson on WUSA9
  • The Armstrong Williams Show WJLA-TV
  • The Anointed News Journal
  • The Voice of Reason Talk Show
  • Morning Coffee-RVNTV
  • Be Ready with Safety Man-RVNTV



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Monday, October 19, 2020

Blog Tour: Sleeping with Shadows by Rachel Hailey #blogtour #interview #darkparanormal #paranormalromance #pnr #giveaway #rabtbooktours @Rachel_Hailey @sydefyre @RABTBookTours

 



Dark Paranormal Romance

Date Published: 9/22/20

Publisher: FyreSyde Publishing

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Once The King of Nightmares, Ashe lost everything when he was betrayed. Released from prison, he's got one goal: Stay Free. To make that happen he'll have to rescue the girl who stole his crown while saving the court he'd rather see burn. But he can't do it alone. He needs Callie.

Abused, neglected, and finally shunned by The Court of Light, Callie is done with court politics. It's just too damned bad Ashe doesn't care. He's arrogant, manipulative, and dangerous. Everything she's been taught to fear. It would be so easy to hate him, but the sadness in his gaze calls to her heart, and his touch awakens her own darkness. She has never wanted anyone more.

Callie is Ashe's darkest desire, but to earn his freedom and prevent the destruction of humanity, she must embrace the destiny that will keep them apart. But is the safety of the world worth losing the kind of love he's only dreamed of?


 


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Is There a Message in Your Novel That You Want Readers to Grasp?

 

There is no black or white, good or evil. Everyone is a villain and a hero in their own story, and everyone deserves to find their happily ever after.

 

 

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

 

Finding balance. I love to write but I tend to hyperfocus to the exclusion of all else and it is always a struggle being able to switch back and forth from reality to imaginary life. Like who wants to do laundry when you can go play with vampires and faeries?

 

 

 

 

How many books have you written and which is your favorite?

 

Eleven. My favorite changes to whatever I am currently working on.

 

If You had the chance to cast your main character from Hollywood today, who would you pick and why?

 

This is a really tough question. In my head Ashe is this amazing, larger than life dream figure, and I just can't imagine anyone being able to capture that. Now, maybe if we could cross Jason Momoa with Johnny Depp.... yeah that might work.

 

For Callie, Jurnee Smollett would do so amazing. She's got this amazing ability to be sultry and yet kick-ass.

 

No one is allowed to play Daina, I call dibs on that role.

 

 

 

When did you begin writing?

 

 I've always written, but the first time I was like YES, I love this was when I wrote a play in 5th grade and had kids perform it in the talent show. It was so much fun and I loved watching people experience my characters. Winning didn't hurt.

 

How long did it take to complete your first book?

 

I honestly couldn't tell you. It takes me anywhere from 6 weeks to 6 months to finish drafting. It really depends on how loud the characters are inside my head and how much time I can devote to them.

 

 

Did you have an author who inspired you to become a writer?

 

In third grade I discovered RL Stine and Stephen King. They were my first favorite authors. I read as many of King's books as I could find, and I became so obsessed with their works, I actually carried a shoe box of books everywhere. As I got older I started reading different genres, and when I discovered  Sherrilyn McQueen (formerly Kenyon) I fell in love, and that inspired me to delve into the world of romance. Prior to that I wrote mostly horror stories. Now I really want to be able to do what she did. Give people hope and show that no matter how broken you are, there is love in the darkness.

 

What is your favorite part of the writing process?

 

 The first draft is magic. I am a pantser, I have no clue whats going to happen. I meet my characters and they take me on a ride. It's all so exciting seeing where they are going to take me and how we're going to get through this big bad thing together.

 

Describe your latest book in 4 words.

 

 (this question is evil)

Monsters, Magic, sexy times?

 

Can you share a little bit about your current work or what is in the future for your writing?

 

There's so much happening in the alternative future timeline of Georgia. Things are exploding, everyone's secrets are coming out. I am finishing up the draft of the third book in Of Courts and Desires, which takes place about four months after the events of Sleeping With Shadows, and two months after Sins in Sunlight. It focuses on the dreamkyn (witch-like energy vampires). Its a topsy-turvy mass of magical intrigue.

I am really excited to show the entire kyn world and how everything works. I want to showcase each court, giving even the most seemingly irredeemable character a chance to find love. 

 

 

 


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 Rachel Hailey was born and raised in the South. She's all about that nerd life and in between writing she's dedicated herself to raising the next generation of nerds.If she's not online or staring at a book she can usually be found at the local game store rolling dice, shuffling cards, or planning her next cosplay. 

Her childhood was most prominently shaped by the works of R.L. Stine, Stephen King, Anne Rice and the Brothers Grimm. 

 

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