Today I am doing a review of The Return by Carter Vance.
The time has come for the prophesied return of Christ. Long thought extinct, the secret Order of Knights Templar battle the Dark Forces that fear His return.
At the center of this battle of good and evil is Sarah Davidson, an expectant mother, who has a unique heritage, and Peter Christos, her shipping magnate husband. The couple, who were married in the presence of the Ark of the Covenant, is confronted with a series of surreptitious schemes and attacks causing them to flee and seek a secure birthplace for their son.
They are aided in this endeavor by the Knights Templar, a clandestine organization that has, over the centuries, amassed enormous wealth and power and the organization to deliver it in…
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Blog Tour stop #9
Book: White Swans: A Regency Era
Author: annamaria Bazzi
Hello, Audra, and thank you so much for hosting the ninth stop of the blog tour. It’s been fun, especially when I take along a few of the characters with me. White Swans: A Regency Era is a young adult short story series designed for teens who believe novels are just too long to read. A new book will be coming out every month, so look for book II the first week of April.
Today, accompanying me are Kendíka, Saphora, Charles and the footman Wordsworth.
Saphora: I’m not sure why you would bring that scoundrel along.
Annamaria: Excuse me, but why did you call Wordsworth a scoundrel?
Saphora: You still don’t know much about this character, who keeps silent in every scene he appears in, but let me assure you, he’s a worthless, scheming S@#@
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When I start nearing the end of a book, I clutch my chest and start bracing for the palpitations: do I have another story in me? I recall always having some story lined up, always having something to write, but since I started seriously writing it seems the brilliant award winning ideas have derailed into the vastness of my endless thoughts.
Do I have another story? This plagues me into insomnia. What if I never have another creative thought in my life? What if there is nothing beyond this? What if all i’ll ever be is a nurse who wrote a few things? Ugh, hello 3 a.m. and hopeless thoughts of being a has-been writer.
Alas, the clouds break and the rain goes away and smack dab near the end of writing this current book a new set of voices break through. Bad timing, I tell them . …
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