IndieWritersReview Spotlight! COVER REVEAL Disappearance of Camelot by Marilyn Jeulin.

Happy Tuesday guys:) I’m so excited that IndieWritersReview is participating as a host for the Disappearance of Camelot by Author Marilyn Jeulin.

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New Adult Novella

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After two mysterious time travelers confirm the Disappearance of Camelot, Guinevere, together with Merlin, must act quickly to ensure the safety of all Magical Beings.

Camelot is no longer safe, and the only place where Magic can survive is a pocket world of Merlin’s creation.

In a race against time, Guinevere, and her pack of wolves, must convince the other Magical Beings to abandon their settlements before their constant battle, over power and territory, decimates Earth.






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Young Adult/ New adult/ Adult Romance Contemporary Author
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IndieWritersReview Spotlight! Laura Deluca: Illusion(DARK MUSICALS-THE SECOND ACT)

Happy Wednesday! I’m so excited that IndieWritersReview is hosting ILLUSION(DARK MUSICALS-THE SECOND ACT) by Author Laura Deluca! I loved the original series trilogy! (New to the series?) Start your adventure with the original! Dark Musicals Boxset only $5.99 and grab your copy of ILLUSION all at Amazon.

Rebecca Hope-Patko and her husband, Lord Justyn, are living their dream. After a successful stint on Broadway, the super couple are heading Down Under for a special showing of Phantom Returns, where their son Erik will join them for his professional debut. 

As soon as their plane touches down, they discover that a serial killer is stalking Melbourne. At the theater, a strange series of accidents leaves Rebecca fearing for the safety of her family. Rebecca struggles to unravel the mystery while coping with insecurities about her career which cause tension between her and Justyn.

It’s clear a very real Phantom is lurking among them, but Rebecca is no kid anymore. She’s tired of the villain getting the upper hand. This time, Rebecca is setting the trap. This opera diva will put her life and her marriage on the line to shatter the illusions surrounding Queen’s Theater and stop the serial killer before they can strike again.

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IndieWritersReview’s Spotlight! COVER REVEAL OF BENNETT MAFIA BY TIJAN! Included $50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway and Excerpt Feature!

Hello everyone! I’m very excited that IndieWritersReview is participating as a host for this awesome cover reveal from Author TIJAN! BENNETT MAFIA releases March 4th!

Check out the fabulous cover and to make it even better, TIJAN is offering a $50 Amazon Gift card! In order to enter head over to the author’s Face Book page and Like, Comment and Share.  Tijan’s FB page.  


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There were always whispers about my roommate at Hillcrest Academy. The wealthiest of the wealthy sent their kids to our boarding school, and Brooke Bennett had been at the top, though I never quite knew why. She was fun and outgoing, but she kept quiet about her family. The only things she showed me were photographs of her brothers.

I became fascinated with her second-oldest brother. Kai Bennett.

He was the most of them all. Smoldering. Hypnotic. Alluring.

Kai had eyes that pulled me in and a face that haunted my dreams.


Then I met him.

He came to our school with their father, and that’s when I learned what kind of family Brooke came from. They were mafia, and Brooke’s oldest brother was dead. Her father said accident, but Brooke said murder.

Three months later, her father died, and Kai became the head of the Bennett Family. Brooke left Hillcrest for good, and that was the last time I saw her.

Fourteen years later, I’m staring at her face on the television. Brooke is missing.

Two days later, Kai Bennett kidnaps me.


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TEASER: Excerpt From: Tijan. BENNETT MAFIA 

 “I felt his pulse too. It was as fast as mine.

“You may hate me. You may loathe me.” His hand slid back from my neck and moved down agonizingly slowly, between my breasts to my stomach.

I gasped, and he slid his hand under my pajama shorts until they rested over my clit. I surged upward at his touch, my head falling back, everything in me starting to tremble.

One of his fingers dipped inside of me. “But you goddamn want me.” And with that, a second finger joined his first and he took hold of my tank, his mouth slamming down on mine.”





IndieWritersReview Spotlight! Holiday Feature: A Magic Redemption by Tena Stetler (Bewitching Book Tours) Excerpt Feature

Happy Thursday! Today IndieWriter’s Review is participating as a host for A Magic Redemption A Demon’s Witch Series  Book Five by Tena Stetler! (Bewitching Book Tours) Please make sure to check out the awesome excerpt!:)

Mystery of the Missing Christmas Lighting Display
As Christmas approaches one family tradition is to drive the neighborhoods enjoying the Christmas lighting displays everyone puts up.  The last few years there have been less and less.  I understand, as our own lighting display has been downsized.
Last year many around our area protested a utilities rate hike in November set to reap the benefits of those who put up Christmas lighting displays.  Yes, sadly we were one of those, since the year before our December utility bill had been a lot higher than in previous years.  We couldn’t afford another huge increase, and the deliberate timing of the hike was deliberately grinchy, so we put up only the minimal lighting display. It was a sad year for enjoying Christmas lights displays.
This year, the rate hike will be put off until January as in previous years, except last year. Wise decision utilities department. The lightening displays have returned, and ours included.
The real point of this post is for many years, we watched a certain home in our area add to his homemade Christmas display and looked forward to seeing what had been added each year. It was not religious in nature, but fun. 
There were Peanuts characters, then Tweety Bird and its companions, Little Mermaid, the Grinch, Disney Characters, Winnie the Pooh and pals, just to name a few, all homemade. Spotlights illumined the display.  Suddenly about four years ago, not only were there no new characters, but the display disappeared entirely. Each Christmas we checked, still the house was dark, no sign of the previously wonderful Christmas light and character display. 
Had they moved, after all this is a military town, people come and go a lot? Was there a family illness or emergency that caused the display to go missing?  While we reveled in the other fantastic lighting displays, we were saddened as we drove past the dark house checking each year.
No we never knew the people who lived in that house. But we felt a connection to them watching the display grow year after year.
On December 10, 2017, we clambered into our truck, hot chocolate in hand, to go check out the neighborhood Christmas lights. With trepidation we turned the corner where the darkened house had been for several years. Lo and behold, in all its previous glory the Christmas lights and beloved characters were on the front lawn, house and roof.
We were ecstatic to see the house lit up once again, the Peanuts merry-go-round spinning slowly, all the other cartoon characters smiling broadly. No new characters, but that was all right because the decorations were back. 
We took pictures, and decided to share the beloved display with you. Funny how one thing can brighten your spirits as that house did ours that night. 
This year I believe we will go back to that house and knock on their door and tell them how much we have enjoyed their display throughout the years. Also how much we missed it when it was gone.  Christmas lighting is a time consuming, expensive endeavor and a labor of love. To those of you who set up Christmas displays year after year, THANK YOU!
Please share your Christmas Traditions with us in the comments.



A Magic Redemption

A Demon’s Witch Series

Book Five

Tena Stetler

Genre: Paranormal Romance


Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Date of Publication: 12-5-18
ISBN: 978-1-5092-2343-5
Number of pages: 322
Word Count: 80,585
Cover Artist: Kristian Norris
Tagline: Even with magic, finding your place in the world proves more difficult than imagined especially when someone is out for revenge.
Book Description:
Synn, a demon, carries extraordinary magic and power, but there is more within her than she dreams. Kidnapped as a child, her captors murdered her family and forced her into training as a warrior assassin.
When an assignment goes horribly wrong, she finds herself at the mercy of the friends and family of her intended target. Offering valuable information in exchange for protection, she gains her freedom, but it is not without its challenges.
Gavin Shaughnessy is the publican at his family’s Irish pub. He is certain Synn is meant to be his and isn’t bothered by her past. He must find a way to convince her their future together is stronger than the dark memories that haunt her dreams.
When her past comes calling for revenge, will their love survive the raging inferno she brings down upon them? Or will the searing path of destruction destroy all they hold dear.
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Time seemed to
go on forever as she slowed and walked backward for a while, her foot steps in
the sand filling with water as she traveled along the shoreline, as if nature
erased her intrusion. She turned around and continued her trek. Unaware of how
long or how far she’d walked, the sudden outline of a figure, cloaked in the
fog, jogging toward her caused panic to set in. Her heart pounded rapidly in
her chest, she swallowed hard, adrenalin pumping through her veins as flight or
fight response kicked in. Digging her good foot into the sand she prepared to
attempt a sprint…to where. Where the hell am I? A quick glance around, she
spied a light from a familiar building far off on the bluffs as the figure
burst from the fog. A tall, wide-shouldered male with long muscular legs came
closer. She froze.


Once lithe,
strong and agile in her former life, a boss’s retaliation had taken a toll on
her body. Now tired her gait was uneven and unsteady, even a slow sprint would
likely end with her face planted in the sand.
About the Author:


Tena Stetler is a best-selling author of award winning paranormal romance. She has an over-active imagination, which led to writing her first vampire romance as a tween to the chagrin of her mother and delight of her friends. After many years as a paralegal, then an IT Manager, she decided to live out her dream of pursuing a publishing career.
With the Rocky Mountains outside her window, she sits at her computer surrounded by a wide array of witches, shapeshifters, demons, faeries, and gryphons, with a Navy SEAL or two mixed in telling their tales. Her books tell stories of magical kick-ass women and mystical alpha males that dare to love them. Well, okay there are a few companion animals to round out the tales.
Colorado is home; shared with her husband of many moons, a brilliant Chow Chow, a spoiled parrot and a forty-five-year-old box turtle. When she’s not writing, her time is spent kayaking, camping, hiking, biking  or just relaxing in the great Colorado outdoors. During the winter you can find her curled up in front of a crackling fire with a good book, a mug of hot chocolate and a big bowl of popcorn.
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IndieWritersReview Spotlight! The Pain Eater by Courtney Diles(Excerpt Feature) Bewitching Book Tours

Hello Everyone! I’m very excited that IndieWritersReview is participating as one of the host for Author Courtney Diles’s The Pain Eater. Check out the awesome excerpt below! (Bewitching Book Tours)

The Pain Eater


The Divine Benefactors


Book Four


Courtney Diles




Genre: Paranormal romance
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Date of Publication: November 28, 2018
ISBN: 978-1-5092-2270-4 Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-5092-2271-1 Digital
Number of pages: 238
Word Count: 55096
Cover Artist: Debbie Taylor
Tagline: A beast consumed with pain could be her greatest pleasure.
Book Description:
Roxie Maeda is a college senior who hears voices in her head. When she first sees the demonic creature haunting her crush, she blows it off as a hallucination, but then it shows up in her Psych class, visible to everyone.
Its appearance triggers a police search of the campus, which reveals a bag of guns right outside the classroom. Someone was planning to shoot up the school. Over time, the creature discloses that he is a pain eater—a cursed, undead human who eats pain demons that arise from injuries, taking the pain into himself.
His selflessness sways her, and she befriends him only to fall in love. Together, they resolve to break his curse and save Prometheus University from its unknown attacker.
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Without closing my eyes, I slowly wrapped my mind around what the guy in black was. Monster. Supernatural. Something that wasn’t supposed to exist. But what exactly was he? Could he be a ghost? He could walk through walls. He could disappear.
What kind of ghost dresses like some kind of assassin and gets his jollies from causing campus lockdowns? It didn’t fit.
Plus, he was flesh and bone when I hit him with the knife. I thought about banshees, but banshees were female, weren’t they?


 I thought about Japanese shinigami, escorts to the underworld—but no one had died.
About the Author:
Courtney has an English degree with a Writing Concentration from the University of South Carolina. She lives in Indiana with her Marine husband, two singing huskies, and three purring kitties. She blogs about her own experiences with mental illness.


IndieWritersReview’s Spotlight! Guest Post: Author D.L. Jordan’s Feature “The Power of Determination and Hope When Writing”

Hello Guys! I’m so very excited to host Author D.L. Jordan today! Please check out the awesome guest post below and his D.L. Jordan’s very cool releases!

GUEST POST: Author D.L. Jordan

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The Power of Determination and Hope When Writing

Hello everyone,

My name is Dominique Langston Jordan. I am an author and, most recently, a publisher! I’m very happy to be the guest poster. I’d like to thank my friend Michelle Cornwell-Jordan for giving me this fantastic opportunity to share my insight with you all. My last post for Indie Review was all the way back in 2014. It was called The Power of Words and The Gift of Writing. In that article, I discussed how much I enjoyed writing and how great of an impact the words we use can have on us. I still believe that words are powerful and that they are some of the most precious things we have. As writers and creators of written content, we already know this. We use words every day when we’re creating stories. In this post, I’ll talk about the power of determination and how to maintain your sense of hope when seeking to bring your dreams to fruition.

Whenever I post something on a blog or a website, I try to put something out into the world that’s positive. There’s enough negativity in the world as we know it and I certainly don’t want to contribute to that negativity if I can help it. Since 2014, a lot of things have happened in my life. I’m grateful for all the great things that have happened. I’m also grateful for the bad things as well, because they’ve helped to mold me into the person I am today. Whenever we’re writing any sort of literary content, we hope that what we have written will be appreciated by others. Whenever I first began writing my books, I desperately wanted my writing to be admired by all those who read them. As I became older, that perspective began to drastically change.

Whenever I had a great idea for a story come along, I would always write with the thought that whatever I was working on had to be approved and accepted by others. However, shortly after publishing my book The Erlonan Tales: The Genesis of Destiny – the first book in my Erlonan Tales series – I began to develop a different attitude when writing. I eventually learned that I didn’t need to seek the approval of others when it came to my writing. It doesn’t really matter what people may think about your work or even the subject matter of that work. If you approve of what you’re writing, then that is all that matters. As writers, we must be determined to accept the fact that we are the gatekeepers of our own happiness when it comes to our work and what we out out into the world.

At the beginning of this post, I had labeled myself as a publisher. Well, it’s true! I’ve recently delved into the world of publishing by distributing my works under my own company called DLJordan Books. DLJordan Books is my proudest achievement as an indie author. After years of querying, I had hoped and prayed that an agent or editor would see the value in my work. It wasn’t until recently that I decided to take power into my own hands and come to the realization that the only one who really needed to see the value in my work was me. I then created DLJordan Books and have published several books under that name, which include novels, screenplays, and most recently a children’s book.

My most recent release under DLJordan Books is a children’s book called Little Sally and Her Phone of Many Colors. This book is available now and came about as a response to recent studies that suggest young people, especially young girls, are seeking validation from others through social media. This book is to simply illustrate the fact that young people, and people in general, don’t have to rely on ‘a like or follow’ to see themselves as important or special. We are all special in our own way! I think this is a very important lesson for young people to learn and I think a children’s book was the right tool to bring that lesson forward.

In conclusion, the point of this post was to let you know that, as a writer, you have the power to do anything! With the values of determination and hope, we as human beings can take matters into our own hands and make our dreams come true. We are the sole gatekeepers to our own happiness. We shouldn’t let obstacles or the possible disapproval of other people dictate how we see ourselves and our talents. If you continue to believe in yourself, then there’s nothing that can stop you. Even as I’m writing this I’m currently working on some other projects that will be available soon. I’m continuing to hold on to the determination and hope that I have for myself. I invite you to do the same!
I hope you have enjoyed my post. You can find more information about me and my latest book Little Sally and Her Phone of Many Colors at the links below!

Thank you,

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Dominique Langston Jordan (D. L. Jordan)
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Little Sally and Her Phone of Many Colors:

“Little Sally loves her phone! After trying to gain likes and follows for the website she has made, Sally meets the friendly Gary the Gruzzle – a furry, magical creature from a magical land. Sally and Gary soon go on an adventure to faraway places she’s never been before. Follow Sally as she goes on the adventure of a lifetime!”

Buy it on Amazon by clicking here.

Other Books by D.L. Jordan

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