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Friday, September 22, 2017

Guest Post: Moribund by Genevieve Iseult Eldredge @GirlyEngine

Welcome author Genevieve Iseult Eldredge to Full Moon Bites for her post, How to Make Your Characters Believable. Read on below for more about her novel Moribund.


My best advice for making a character believable, whether she is a hero or a villain or just a fleeting character, is to focus on the universal emotions of that character. Go deep into that character’s mind and find that one overriding motivation—the universal emotion—that drives them.
Universal emotions like love, hate, jealousy, fear, hope, anger, mercy, sorrow are things everyone has experienced, no matter who they are or where they come from. We’ve all been angry. We’ve all felt sad or hopeless. We’ve all felt joy, elation, jealousy, love, hatred. As humans, we all have all those emotions in common.
That’s why universal emotions make the strongest building blocks for believable characters. Because, really, it’s not about creating believable characters, it’s about creating relatable characters.
No one believes a man could shoot lasers out of his eyes like Superman, but we can all relate to feeling out of place, like we don’t belong, the way Clark Kent probably felt as a kid. That’s why we can relate to him—because we’ve all felt that way at least once in our lives.
Likewise, believable, relatable characters don’t wake up thinking, “I’m going to save the world today!” or “I’m going to destroy the world today!” That’s strictly the purview of cartoons. More often, the heroine’s—and even the villainess’s—motivations are far simpler, far smaller, far deeper.
Take Rey from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, for instance. She doesn’t set out to save the galaxy or even to become a Jedi. What she wants is a family, to belong, to have a home. Acceptance and love. Who doesn’t want that? And it’s that very want and need that leads her to protect BB-8. Because she relates to being alone and adrift in the world.
And THAT leads her to save the galaxy. She gets there, sure, but she doesn’t START there.
That’s what makes her a great heroine or villainess—you can relate to what she wants and needs. So, tap into those universal emotions when creating your characters. Let those emotions motivate and drive them. And when in doubt, go deeper, go smaller, go simpler. Love, hate, jealousy, hope, mercy, sorrow… Like the old saying claims. It’s the small things that matter. 

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

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


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




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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Review & #Giveaway: Eternally Yours: Bloodlines by Scerina Elizabeth #FMBPROMOTIONS



Eternally Yours: Bloodlines
Scerina Elizabeth
Genre: Erotica, Adult, 

Release Date: September 18th, 2017

Book Description: 

Picks up where Savagely Yours: The Beginning left off only fifty years later.  Chantelle LaBau grew up in Foster Care unaware of her biological family existence.  One day after just moving to New York from down south where she is about to start a whole new life, she receives news that she not only inherited her biological family estate but also it’s dark family secret which is now her responsibility.  Putting her new life on hold, she goes to her family home down south to learn more.  What she learns is something she would never have expected or dream of.

Eternally Yours: Bloodlines is the first book of the Eternally Yours Trilogy Series.

Meant for Mature Audience (18+) ONLY due to heavy adult and sexual situations.


Very intriguing, hot and different from any vampire novel I have ever read!

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Spotlight & #Giveaway: The Divinity Bureau by Tessa Clare



Dystopian Romance
Date Published: September 21st, 2017

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Publisher: Asset Creative House

The Hunger Games meets Romeo and Juliet in a stunning debut about a forbidden romance between a young activist and a government employee for a corrupt bureau that controls the population by deciding who lives and who dies.


Roman Irvine is a disgruntled IT Technician for the Divinity Bureau, a government agency that uses random selection to decide who lives and who dies. In a world where overpopulation has lead to pollution, a crippled economy, and a world in crisis, he’s accepted the bureau’s activities as a necessity… until he meets April McIntyre.
April has every reason to be suspicious of Roman. He works for the Divinity Bureau, which sent her father to an early grave. But he’s also sweet and loyal, and unbeknownst to her, he saved her life. As Roman and April fall deeper in love, the deeper they’re thrust into the politics of deciding who lives and who dies. Someone wants April dead. And the bureau’s process of random selection may not be so random after all…


Tessa Clare is the author of The Divinity Bureau. When she’s not writing, she’s an entrepreneur, an activist, a speaker, and the Managing Director of Asset Creative House. Throughout her early career, she was a concession stand attendant, a busgirl, a barista, a player’s club representative for a casino, and an administrative assistant. She also spent years working as a manager for Vacasa, whose business model and revolutionary marketing strategies would later inspire the groundwork for Asset Creative House. The Divinity Bureau is Tessa’s debut novel about a forbidden love between a young activist and a government employee working for a corrupt bureau, set in a dystopian world.

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Interview & #Giveaway: Thrax by Christina Bauer @CB_Bauer



Let's welcome author Christina Bauer to Full Moon Bites! Read on below for our interview, more on her novel Thrax, and a GIVEAWAY!


Hi! Would you tell us a little bit about yourself? 
Christina Bauer: I am a mom, publisher, marketer and all-around smart ass.

Do you have anything you would like to say to your readers?
Christina Bauer: Dear Readers: I love you guys. Seriously.

What do you do when you are not writing?
Christina Bauer: I raise an amazing and loving child who happens to be on the autism spectrum. I work in high-tech-marketing. I run my own publishing company and have two authors signed. I spend time with my husband, who is the best man in the universe. And yeah, I drink a lot of coffee.

Do you write an outline before starting a book or just write?
Christina Bauer: Outline.

Is there an author or book that influenced you or your writing in any way growing up or as an adult?
Christina Bauer: JRR Tolkien. Lord of the Rings, baby!

How do you market your book(s)?
Christina Bauer: My distributor Inscribe Digital does a lot of this for me. They have direct relationships with the retailers.

Your life is an action/suspense novel; your stuck on a ship and it’s about to blow. If it was just you, you would jump overboard and get away fast, but there are a few people that were being held captive on the ship too. What do you do?
Christina Bauer: Puh-lease. I’d free the captives, diffuse the bomb, and then have sex with the hot captain…in that order. Roll credits!

Can you tell us about your challenges in getting your first book published?
Christina Bauer: Founding my first publishing company as a joint partnership was a lot of fun. Disbanding it was not. Now, I’m the sole owner of Monster House Books and it’s working a lot better for everyone involved.

I know authors get asked this a lot but do you have any advice that you would give to aspiring writers?
Christina Bauer: The stories in your head cannot be told by anyone else. You have an obligation to set them free.

When did you realize that you would like to write and publish a book?
Christina Bauer: I knew around the age of six that I wanted to be a writer. My aunt was a published author and pretty much my hero.

Can you tell us, in your own words not the book description, a little about your book?
Christina Bauer: Myla’s awesome husband Lincoln gets replaced by a douchebag body double. Myla goes to rescue her man.

Which came first for you, the characters or the plot?
Christina Bauer: Characters

What was the inspiration for this novel?
Christina Bauer: For THRAX, I wanted to highlight how amazing Lincoln is. Replacing him with his opposite seemed like a good way to do that. The rest fell out from there.

Where can we purchase this book?
Christina Bauer: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, GooglePlay and Kobo.

Can we expect more novels from you in 2017/2018?
Christina Bauer: Oh, yes. Right now, I’m publishing four full novels a year.

Are you working on anything at the moment?
Christina Bauer: This October, I’m releasing WOLVES & ROSES, which is a fairy tale shifter book that’s part of the Fairy Tales of the Magicorum Series. November will see the launch of CROWNED, which is the forth and final installment of my epic fantasy series Beholder. In the Spring, I launch Dimension Drift, an urban fantasy series that’s like 1984 and Divergent, only the heroine kicks ass, topples governments, and absolutely has a HEA.

Are you reading anything interesting at the moment? If so, what is it?
Christina Bauer: Wild Blood (Cyborg Shifters #1) by Naomi Lucas. As the title promises, Lucas does some very cool stuff by combining cyborgs and the traditional shifter genre. Thumbs up!

Can you tell us a little about your first publishing experience?
Christina Bauer: I tried to get published by mainstream means. That didn’t work, so I went solo. It was the right fit for me, as I’ve moved more than a half-million ebooks, both free and paid.

Do you think you may ever go into another genre?
Christina Bauer: Does science fiction count? I know it gets lumped in with fantasy a lot, but I have some ideas about a kick-ass space ship captain that have been rattling around my head.

How much of you or people you know do you think make it into the characters in your novel(s)?
Christina Bauer: Um, if you know me, you’re probably in one of my books. Not that I’d ever admit that to you.

Do you think you will have a follow up book to this novel or is it just a stand-alone novel?
Christina Bauer: THRAX is book 4 in the Angelbound Origins series. There’s a novella coming out in the spring, DUTY BOUND, which is a prequel told from Prince Lincoln’s point of view. In the fall there will be THE DARK LANDS, where Lincoln and Myla go to the ghoul homeland on a rescue mission. After that, I plan to return to the Angelbound Offspring series with stories about Myla and Lincoln’s kids. There will be dragons!

Why this genre(s)?
Christina Bauer: Like many writers for young adults, I had a pretty sucktastic youth. So part of me is always trapped in that age range, for good and bad. When I was a teen, the Lord of the Rings really helped me survive. Literally. In particular, I loved how Frodo was just a regular guy who was given a horrible burden, but our hobbit hero never gave up. That meant a lot to me. As a result, I write YA Fantasy because I imprinted on it, more or less.

What is the hardest part of writing in your opinion?
Christina Bauer: Every word is a struggle. No way to sugar coat it.

Can you tell us some of your latest news?
Christina Bauer: My October release, WOLVES & ROSES, will be my first one with major print distribution through Barnes & Noble. So exciting!

Where do you see yourself at in five years—writing wise?
Christina Bauer: Still writing and having fun. It’s a pretty simple vision J

What is the easiest part of writing in your opinion?
Christina Bauer: The fun part is sharing the work with others when it’s done. Thank you, readers!

Can you tell us a few do’s and don’ts for aspiring authors?
Christina Bauer: Every writer sucks, hard, and for a long time. Work past that and you’re golden. Being terrible is a natural part of the process.

Is there a genre that you love to read, and would like to write, but just cannot?
Christina Bauer: I like contemporary romance when it’s really fantasy, if you know what I mean. I can’t write it, though, because I always end up throwing elves and shit in there.

If you could live in the world you have created, would you? If not, why not?
Christina Bauer: Probably not. My worlds are pretty rough places, by and large.

If you are self-published, why did you decide to take this route of publishing?
Christina Bauer: I tried the traditional route and it didn’t work for me, so I said screw it and published on my own. It’s been a great fit, probably because I’m a control freak.


What are some of the pro’s and con’s of self-publishing verses being published by a publisher in your opinion?
Christina Bauer: I don’t want to diss anyone, so I’ll describe what my publishing company does rather than what others don’t. At Monster House Books, we work in a collaborative way to help you build up your readership and long-term strategy. We also promote the hell out of your work. I only take on one new author/year because you get a lot of love from yours truly.

Do you have any upcoming appearances that you would like to share with us?
Christina Bauer: I’m doing a nationwide tour in November for my new shifter fairy tale series! You can RSVP here: http://monsterhousebooks.com/blog/wolves-roses-book-launch-tour

Random Quickies!

Pepsi or coke?
Christina Bauer: Coke

Favorite kind of chocolate?
Christina Bauer: Milk

Cats or dogs?
Christina Bauer: Dogs, although to be fair, I am allergic to cats.

Do you read more than you write?
Christina Bauer: Probably. I read 3-5 books/week.

Favorite movie?
Christina Bauer: Lawrence of Arabia

Favorite book to movie?
Christina Bauer: First Harry Potter was good.

Favorite book or author? Yeah we know it can be hard to choose! ;)
Christina Bauer: JRR Tolkien, Lord of the Rings

Hardback/Paperback or eReader?
Christina Bauer: eReader

Why do you like eReaders more?
Christina Bauer: I read so many books, my life would be an episode of hoarders if I read in paperback.

Favorite color?
Christina Bauer: These days, it’s purple

Do you own a laptop or desktop computer?
Christina Bauer: Laptop.

If a laptop, what kind do you own and would you recommend it to other authors?
Christina Bauer: MacBook Air. I totally recommend it if you write in coffee shops like me. You can lug it around without getting a hernia. 

Thrax
Christina Bauer
(Angelbound Origins #4)
Published by: Monster House Books
Publication date: June 27th 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult

Myla Lewis has married Prince Lincoln, and now they’re expecting! All the after-realms rejoice. Myla should be happy too, but she has a serious problem. The day after their honeymoon ended, Myla’s real husband disappeared.
The man who’s sharing her bed is an imposter.
Myla tries explaining about “Evil Lincoln,” but no one will listen. The reason? People think that Myla’s supernatural pregnancy is making her cray cray. Mostly because that’s what Evil Lincoln is telling everyone, and that man’s a great liar. What a creep.
There’s no way Myla will take this lying down, though. She’s going to rescue her man, and she has a pretty good idea where he’s being held. With her best friend, Cissy, along to help, Myla sneaks off to Earth. All she has to do is blend in with the humans, avoid Evil Lincoln, and find her real man before the baby arrives. How hard can it be?


Author Bio:
Christina Bauer knows how to tell stories about kick-ass women. In her best selling Angelbound series, the heroine is a part-demon girl who loves to fight in Purgatory’s Arena and falls in love with a part-angel prince. This young adult best seller has driven more than 500,000 ebook downloads and 9,000 reviews on Goodreads and retailers.
Bauer has also told the story of the Women’s March on Washington by leading PR efforts for the Massachusetts Chapter. Her pre-event press release—the only one sent out on a major wire service—resulted in more than 19,000 global impressions and redistribution by over 350 different media entities including the Associated Press.
Christina graduated from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School with BA’s in English along with Television, Radio, and Film Production. She lives in Newton, MA with her husband, son, and semi-insane golden retriever, Ruby.
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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Guest Post & #Giveaway: The Boys of Brighton Series by M. Tasia @mtasiaauthor


Let's welcome author M. Tasia to Full Moon Bites for her post 'Why I’d Love to Live in a Town Like Brighton'! Also, read on below for more information about her series The Boys of Brighton and a giveaway!


I’ve always loved m/m romance, and I have a huge respect for the military and first responders, so I combined the two in the storyline that became Gabe, the first book in The Boys of Brighton series, and from that one story the lives and loves of the town of Brighton were born.

The concept of a town where everyone was accepting of all relationships appealed to me, and, since Brighton was my creation, I made a world where Love is Love isn’t just a saying, but how people lived.

The uniqueness of its residents comes through in their open mindedness, the depth of their caring and their willingness to support each other. The town unforgettable as a dream I wish was a reality. I’ve weaved people from my everyday life into Brighton – I’ll never tell who’s who, the writer’s prerogative – and gave the residents the characteristics that make them the kind of people everyone would want to call neighbor. From the ‘white hair crew’ and first responders to the team of ex-military personnel living just outside town, Brighton is one of a kind.

Relationships come in all shapes and sizes and all are welcomed without judgment in Brighton. Imagine small town America with its tree lined street, hanging baskets of flowers and sense of community where no one is judged for who they love or the composition of their relationship. Don’t get me wrong, the people in Brighton have their problems, but it’s how they deal with them makes the town special.


My bags are packed and I’m ready to go.


Gabe
The Boys of Brighton
Book One
M. Tasia

Genre: m/m romance

Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group

Date of Publication: 8 September 2016,

ISBN: 9781944262365  
ISBN: 9781537594163
ASIN: B01LVXE24H

Number of pages: Print - 123
Word Count: 41,410

Cover Artist: Boroughs Publishing Group

Book Description:

Fifth-generation firefighter Gabe Mason saves Johnny from the flames of an office building fire, and Johnny will save Gabe from himself.

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Excerpt Gabe:
The building was coming down, Gabe knew it. After the last explosion, he and his partner, Lee, were able to grab one of the women huddled by the window and carry her down the ladder. There were two more people in that room, and he would be damned if he’d leave them behind. Seeing his cousin Josie hanging from the window had almost paralyzed him with fear, but thanks to his years of training Gabe didn’t miss a beat. He grabbed her out of the air from one of her coworkers who held onto her, saving Josie from a three-story fall headfirst.
Another explosion rocked the back of the building and Gabe raced back up the ladder. He didn’t stop at the top. He jumped through the window instead, desperate to find the trapped people. His turnout gear and oxygen tank protected him from the worst of the heat and the thick black smoke that filled the room, obstructing his vision as he scanned for anyone, hoping he wasn’t too late.
He heard a loud scraping noise from the back corner. Easing his way closer, he was finally able to make out the same shorter man that saved Josie trying to leverage a filing cabinet off a trapped woman.
“Got the last two, Lee. One trapped,” Gabe called into his radio.
“The building’s coming down!” Lee answered. “I’m almost at the top of the ladder. Get them out here now!”
Gabe reached the man just as a loud whoosh sounded through the room and flames waved across the ceiling. Time to go. The man with the pole looked up at the flames…but instead of making a run for the window as Gabe had expected, he began to desperately push on the cabinet.
Maybe I’m jaded after all these years.
Gabe grabbed the man’s shoulder. The guy cried out in pain before he turned to face him. The smoke was so thick that it was difficult to make out his features, but the burn marks on the guy’s shoulder from the steel pole he was using were easy to see.
“You have to get out!” Gabe called. “The ladder is outside the window. GO!”
“No! I won’t leave her! She’s unconscious. I’ll pull her out”—cough, cough—“if you can lift this damn thing.”
Gabe could tell the man was serious about not leaving without the woman. He figured it must be his wife or someone he loved.
To have someone love you that much… You would never be left behind. He longed for just that.
He put both hands under the edge of the cabinet while the other man dropped the pole and grabbed onto the woman’s arms. With one great heave, the cabinet was raised. The man screamed in pain but managed to pull the woman out before falling to the ground himself and coughing violently.
Gabe quickly lifted the woman into his arms and carried her to the window, handing her off to Lee before turning to pick up the last survivor who was still coughing on the floor. Gabe removed his oxygen mask and placed it over the man’s face before stepping onto the ladder and heading down to the waiting EMTs. Now that they were away from the smoke, Gabe looked down at the man in his arms to find stunning moss-green eyes staring up at him.
Wow…just wow.
Desperate for something to clear away the sucker punch that one look had delivered, Gabe could only come up with the other woman in the fire. “Your wife is going to be okay. We got her out thanks to your help.”
Gabe gently placed the man down on the waiting gurney. Within moments, one of the EMTs removed the oxygen mask Gabe had given him and replaced it with one from a tank in their rig. Gabe noticed more burns on the man’s hands and chest as well as bleeding across his abdomen.
The green-eyed man quickly pushed the mask away from his face. “Wife?”
“Building’s clear, Gabe. Now we just need to keep it contained,” Lee stated through Gabe’s headset.
“Copy, on my way.”
“Wife?” the man asked again, looking adorably confused, eyes squinting, leaving a cute little wrinkle between his eyebrows.
“Yes, the lady under the cabinet is already being transported to the hospital,” Gabe replied, doing his best to not look into those beautiful eyes or at the tempting bottom lip that was currently between the other man’s teeth. The man looked confused for a moment, and then his face lit up in happiness. It was like the clouds parted with just that one look.
Where the hell did that cliché come from?
“Janice? She’s safe?”
“Yes, she’s on her way to the hospital. You can meet her there when you’re transported.” Gabe began to back a few feet away; he had to get back to the fire and stop staring at the poor man.
Damn, I’ve been alone too long when I’m lusting after a married, heterosexual man.
Being a gay firefighter, it wasn’t easy for Gabe to find the right partner. Sure, easy sex was always available, but he wanted a commitment. Men might think it was hot to date a fireman, but they soon found the hours he worked and the dangers he faced to be too much, and they would eventually leave.
“Wait, wife? Janice? No…I’m gay. She’s my friend—” The man began coughing so violently he was gagging over the side of the gurney.
“We’re outta here, Gabe,” said Royce, his friend and one of the EMTs, before replacing the oxygen mask.
Gabe ran back over, catching the gurney before it went into the rear of the ambulance.
“Wait, what’s your name?”
“Johnny Jeffrey.”
Gabe and Royce shared a look before Royce gave a slight nod and smiled. Then the doors closed and the ambulance sped away, leaving Gabe and the rest of the firefighters to battle the blaze into the late afternoon. Royce would keep an eye on the guy for Gabe as best he could. After all, the man had saved his young cousin’s life, and he couldn’t just ignore these intense feelings of attraction, could he?


Sam’s Soldiers,
Boys of Brighton
Book Two
M. Tasia    

Genre: m/m romance

Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group

Date of Publication: 30 December 2016

ISBN: 9781944262549
ISBN: 9781541370593
ASIN: B01N0W22AQ

Number of pages:  Print – 116
Word Count: 40,560

Cover Artist: Boroughs Publishing Group

Book Description:

Emergency room nurse Samuel Mason is offered a ménage a trois with two ex-miltary men and discovers a love more dangerous—and more exquisite—than he anticipated.

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Excerpt Sam’s Soldiers:

As soon as Spider heard the


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