Friday, October 21, 2016

Foster an Author Friday: Interview with an author, a vampire, and a human

Hi paranormal fans! Today is the last day of the foster an author event. I know, it's sad.

But today we have an interview with Joleene and she brought along Jorrick and Katelina from the book to answer some questions that this blogger was dying to know! We both had fun with this and i hope you have fun reading it! When you're done please hop over to her website and check out her series.

PT to Joleene: Which vampire world was your inspiration for the Amaranthine series?
Jo: Thanks so much for having me! I hope you don’t mind, but I’ve brought Katelina and Jorick along because it’s good for them to get out once in a while. Anyway, that’s a good question. I was actually reading the first four books of the Anita Blake series when I wrote Shades of Gray-
Jorick: Yes, you can probably thank those books for the gleaming spinal column on the opening pages.
Jo: As I was saying, I was reading Anita Blake, but I have to give credit to Interview with the Vampire for some of my vampire basics. I saw the movie in ’94 and it was the first time I encountered more “realistic” vampires. By that I mean they were attractive, they had quirks and flaws, they didn’t turn every victim they bit, and they were nothing like the shambling, cheesy almost-zombies of many 80s horror movies.
PT to  Joleene: What can we expect in the future? More of this series? A different series?
Goddess of Night, the ninth book in the series will be released March 31, 2017. It’s also the last. Not the last in the Universe, just the last in Katelina and Jorick’s series. Like Tolkien, I have plans to continue the Universe. There will be a standalone novel about Jorick’s past, and I have plans for a trilogy from a different characters’ perspective, not to mention a couple of other characters are trying to talk me into writing a road trip novel…
Jorick: Just what the world needs…
PT to Jorick: When you agreed to keep an eye on Katelina, you obviously developed feelings for her. What was the exact moment you realized you were in love with her?
Jorick: I don’t know that it was an exact moment…
Katelina: Come on! I want to hear the answer to this!
Jorick: Well it was… I mean, I suspected…I was talking to Oren and it just sort of slipped out. I was as surprised as he was.
Katelina: Seriously? That’s the best you can do.
Jorick: *shrugs* I assume I’m supposed to answer honestly…
PT to  Katelina: What was your first impression of Jorick?
Katelina: That he was attractive; really, really attractive, and dangerous. The weird thing is that there was something comforting and safe about him at the same time. It’s hard to explain.
Jorick: *looks away*
PT to Katelina: How did you handle the stress of being kept in Oren's home full of vampires?
Katelina: Thank you! At last! Someone who understands that! It was a cross between terrifying and mind numbingly boring, like it went from shear horror to nothing in 3.0. I’m not sure that I’ve recovered from it yet, but I admit finding that book in the armoire helped a lot. To get lost in a fictional world for even a little while helped me forget my own horrible reality.
Jorick: I rather thought that having me there might have helped.
Katelina: Sure, if you’d stayed it might have, or if we’d left sooner, or…
PT to Jorick: Can you tell us why you hate your "sister" so much?
Jorick: Ah, Kateesha. She’s…She’s cruel for the simple purpose of being cruel. I understand the need to kill from time to time, or even to torture-
Katelina: Jorick!
Jorick: I’m sorry, but it’s true. However, Kateesha does it just because it amuses her, and people like that are dangerous because you can’t control them, and you can’t predict their behavior. Add to that she takes certain liberties and has certain delusions…
PT to Katelina: The vampires kept calling you unimpressive and average. How did that make you feel?
Katelina: At first it hurt my feelings. Who wants to hear that they’re not a special princess, even if you *know* you’re not, but later it just made me mad. Like who in the hell did this b**** think she was? Okay, so I don’t look like one of the vampire vixen collection, but so what? They only look that way because they’re immortal. When they were human I bet they weren’t much to look at either. Were they. Jorick?
Jorick: What? Hmmm? I really don’t remember.
PT to Jorick: Can you tell us how you met Oren?
Jorick: Oren was my neighbor… I was tired of living close to The Guild and Malick, so I relocated to Virginia and happened to choose a plantation near Oren and his family. Neighbors in those days were more reliant on one another than they are now, and though I tried to avoid them, the family invited me to things, and invited themselves to my house. They had a good deal of misfortune, especially with children. Oren’s wife lost several in pregnancy, and those that were born were unhealthy, so even when I tried to escape there was a funeral, or some neighborly thing I was forced to do. I suppose I could have scared them away, and maybe I should have, but at the time a small part of me enjoyed it. It was such a contrast to what I’d grown used to working for Malick.
PT to  Katelina: Before all this vampire business, how did you unwind after a stressful day? And now how to do unwind after a stressful day?
Katelina: I liked to go home, change into some jammies and watch TV.
Jorick: Or go to the bar with your friend.
Katelina: *winces* Yes, there was that. We- Sarah and I…*looks upset*
Jorick: *teases with a wink* Now she likes to aggravate me.
Katelina: *flushes* I don’t aggravate you!

PT to Joleene: If you could live in any fictional world, which would you choose?
Jorick: Not one of her creation. They’re all horrible.
Jo: Very funny. But you’re right, actually. I’d like to go to Middle Earth and live with the elves. I’ve loved Legolas since I was a kid and-
Katelina: Elves? Really?
Jo: Yes! They’re beautiful and immortal AND they can go in sunlight and get to eat tasty feasts. I’m telling you, they’re like vampire 2.0. You should really look into it.
Jorick: *catches Katelina’s hand* No, no she shouldn’t. She’s good where she is.
Jo: You’re right. At least for one more book!

That was so fun! I hope you enjoyed our posts. Now you can enjoy reading about some truly scary vampires. Take a bite out of Joleene's vampire world!



Thursday, October 20, 2016

Foster an Author Thursday post Guest post with Joleene and Jorrick

Today I've got even more fun! We are being visited by Jorrick and Joleene. They are discussing the book.
If you don't know, Jorrick is the sexy protector in book 1 Shades of Gray. And of course, Joleene is the author. Let's listen to their back and forth about the story.

Jorick: Hello. It appears my author is sending me on yet another blog because she’s too lazy to come up with something herself. Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jorick and I’m a helpless victim in Joleene Naylor’s Amaranthine series. She’s been abusing me for eight books (nine if you count the brand new prequel). How much can one vampire take before he snaps? How many times can I be irritated by an idiot, thwarted by some ridiculous twist or lose someone I love before it’s too much and I go over the edge?
That was a rhetorical question. *takes a deep breath* To be fair to my menace of an author, she’s gotten a little better. She hasn’t tried to kill my mate, Katelina, for at least one book. Though no doubt she has something spectacular planned for the next novel. And of course there will be another one because she can’t just let us be in peace. No! That would be too easy!
*Jo cuts in.* Ahem. I hate to interrupt your rant, but would you rather I just leave your story hanging? Masque of the Vampire was a good book, but there’s some unresolved issues.
Jorick: It’s hardly unresolved. We could just go home, end of story.
Jo: *snickers* Hardly. Look, I don’t want to give spoilers, but you know Katelina won’t let you just leave things as they are. Besides, you have that little problem of two extremely powerful ancient vampires who are likely to destroy the world.
Jorick: It’s not my responsibility. I’ve been the head of the vampire-world-defense league long enough. Someone else can do it.
Jo: You’ve never been the head of anything, let alone a world-defense league. Everything you’ve done, you’ve done because you’re nosey and you can’t stand to see someone messing it up. Someone starts a war, and they make a muck up of it, and you run in and sort it out, all while grumbling that you have no choice.
Jorick: You’re the one who forces me into those situations, to “keep things interesting”. I’m not the one who scrolls through the manuscript and says, “Gee, it really needs some violence here. Who can we kill and how can we kill them?”
Jo: Of course not, because that would mean you were involved in the story, rather than just along for the ride.
Jorick: Ride? More like a nightmare trip from hell! And that redheaded idiot is the leader of the arch demons!
Jo: Are you talking about Verchiel? Arch demon is pretty harsh.
Jorick: You’re right, it’s too much for him. He’s more like a toe biting minion. If you have to keep torturing Katelina and I, the least you could do is kill the redheaded idiot. You want me to participate? I’ll set the scene for you. The sky is dark and strewn with diamond stars. The sandy beach stretches into the distance and the dark ocean rolls in and out, the waves playing a rhythmic night symphony. Suddenly, from the shadows leaps a furious vampire. His dark eyes blaze and his heroic muscles bulge as he leaps on his red-haired prey and knocks him to the ground. With a single swift motion he-
Jo: Whoa, wait a minute. First of all, we are NOT killing Verchiel. Second of all – Heroic muscles? If I wrote that I’d be laughed out of the book business.
Jorick: I’ve read your…work. Heroic muscles is an improvement. And why can’t we kill him? He serves no purpose except to irritate me, harass Katelina, and try to create the hint of a love triangle, which we clearly don’t need. Katelina and I are perfectly happy together and he is nothing more than in irritant!
Jo: And there’s the truth. You’re jealous! You’re afraid he’s going to get his triangle. You know, I actually thought about that.
Jorick: WHAT?!
Jo: *shrugs* It was a passing thought. You’d be surprised how many interesting ideas I have that I don’t do anything with. Like a Katelina/Kateesha scene I abandoned. That’s really the hard part of being the author. Everything you write is canon. It’s not like some fanfic writer who can do outlandish things and then walk away, no harm done.
Jorick: Then why don’t you go write fanfic and leave us alone?
Jo: I’ve thought about it. Not leaving you alone, but writing my own fanfics. I could post them under a fake name and have all kinds of fun. Think of all the things we could do! I could kill you one by one and have no repercussions! I could send Katelina on a wild weekend with Micah-
 Jorick: WHAT? Are you insane? She would never-
Jo: Hello! That’s the point of fan fiction. Never mind. I have too many things to do to listen to you complain. I just stopped in to say hello to the awesome readers of Paranormal Tendencies and thank Mindy for fostering me this week, and doing such an awesome job. I should also thank her for putting up with you.
Jorick: You should thank her for putting up with you and your inane idea of a guest post. This was really the best you could do?
Jo: *waves her magic writer’s wand* *Jorick disappears* Goodbye Jorick! Thanks for playing! As I was saying, thanks so much for having us over today. Sorry that Jorick complained so much, but you know how he is. He wouldn’t be happy if I stabbed him in the heart with a new stake!
If you’d like to learn more about Jorick, Verchiel and the rest of the chaotic cast you can check out my blog at or my website at  and if you’d like to read Jorick’s latest adventure (which is only half as torturous as he claims) you can pick it up on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Smashwords, and other ebook retailors, or in paperback.

Aren't they a hoot? I think we should have more of them on Tomorrow. I think we will! Come back for more as I chat with Jorrick, Katelina and Joleene. :)

To read sample chapters and more, visit Joleene's website!

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Foster an Author Wednesday: Shades of Gray excerpt

Are you back for more? I hope you've gotten nice and excited about Shades of Gray and the Aramarinthe series. Today I'm going to share with you an excerpt from the book. I hope you enjoy it and then go skip on over and one click this book!

Shades of Gray 
Joleene Naylor
Book 1 of the Amaranthine series

Her eyes strayed from the bag to Jorick. He leaned casually against the phone’s rusty metal shroud, his face enveloped in darkness. Multiple shadows stretched out behind him, long and black. It reminded her of the multiple complications she was facing; shadowy wraiths of half memories and weird stories.
The idea was unsettling so she reached into her bag of treasures and soon had a smoking cigarette between her lips. A feeling of calm and peace spread through her as she inhaled and then exhaled slowly. Now she felt she could deal with anything that life threw at her, including monsters from her worst nightmares.
She took another puff and imagined Sarah’s lecture. The guilt was instant, but she didn’t put the cigarette out. Sure, Sarah would be disappointed, but maybe she’d understand. After all, it was vampires! God, could she even tell Sarah about all of this? Would she believe her or just think she’d cracked?
“She’ll send me to the damn therapist for sure,” Katelina muttered to herself. How would that look in her work file? That she was seeing a shrink – “Work!”
Jorick seemed to materialize in front of her, a questioning look on his face. “What?”
“I missed work. And I didn’t even call in!” She looked at the payphone. “Maybe I could leave a message…”
Jorick shrugged. “We’ll have a ride in a couple of hours.”
She felt a small measure of relief at his words. “Good. I guess I can wait until I get home, though I don’t know what I’m going to tell them.”
“If you need to tell them anything then I suggest you do it now.”
“It’ll be easier from home–” she cut herself off. “Why?”
He spoke with exaggerated emphasis. “I told you last night, going home after dark isn’t a good idea.”
“I have to go home. I need to change and get things sorted out – I have a job! I have a life!”
He crossed his arms over his chest. “I told you things would change once you found out the truth. I gave you a chance to turn and run from it, and you chose not to. You can’t just go back to being what you were before; not now. You’re involved. Claudius will want your blood as much as mine.” He dropped to the curb next to her and leaned his elbows on his knees.
“But.... I’ll tell him it’s a mistake! If I explain it...” she trailed off, sure it wasn’t true. The kind of people that could make you tear out your brother’s throat didn’t understand the word ‘mistake’. “Shit!”
“I’m sorry,” Jorick said simply. He met her eyes and shrugged. “I did give you a chance, though.” He plucked the cigarette from her fingers and took a long drag off of it, exhaling a thin stream of smoke that writhed towards the sky like a white, ethereal ladder to heaven.
He handed it back and she puffed on it numbly. Her mind worked overtime, trying to think of a way out of this. The best thing to do was assume Jorick was telling the truth and that he wasn’t just deranged and insane. After all, she’d seen the thing in the basement and she had a weird bite mark on her shoulder. Both of those things were real, so there had to be truth in his story. In that case his advice was probably sound, whether she wanted to follow it or not.
She sighed heavily and wished that the smoke truly was a ladder to some celestial utopia. But, even if it was, she wouldn’t know how to climb it. No, she told herself, she needed to think about practical things. If ‘they’ knew where she lived, she’d have to get a new apartment. Okay, she could do that. She hated to, but she could. As for the job, if she didn’t show up she’d find herself unemployed, and that would be a big problem.

Give you chills? So are you coming back for more tomorrow? I hope so! Now go. Get Shades of Gray for yourself. You'll be glad you did. :)


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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Foster an author Tuesday post: My review of Shades of Gray by Joleene Naylor

Hello again! It's day two of foster an author week and today I'm sharing my review of Shades of Gray by Joleen Naylor. Shades of Gray is book 1 in her Amaranthine series and it's free. I'll post the link under the cover image so you can snag your copy and enjoy the start to this awesome series!

Shades of Gray
By Joleene Naylor
Book 1 of the Amaranthine series

When Patrick is murdered, Katelina is left with questions. Jorick, one of his so-called friends, has answers of the darkest kind: Patrick was involved with – and betrayed – a coven of vampires; vampires that may now be after Katelina.

The tale is fantastic, but the proof appears in a flash of fangs that Katelina and Jorick only just escape. Taken to a secret mansion, she discovers horror in its halls and learns the truth about her protector. Blood and destruction follow, and leave scars Katelina may never heal from.

The disturbing opener to the Amaranthine series pulls Katelina into darkness that tastes like fear and smells like blood, a world where night is eternal and vampires don’t sparkle.

My Review
I have had the pleasure of reading the first book in this series (which is free!!) and it is pretty amazing! Her series is about vampires, but make no mistake, these vamps don't sparkle! The story is filled with terror, gruesome scenes of carnage and some pretty horrifying characters. It all starts with a bloody murder scene. Katelina is thinking back to when she found her boyfriend Patrick's body. Then a mysterious phone call that leads to a series of events that change her life forever. Now she is on the run with Jorrick who has sworn to protect her, but he may turn out to be more than human.
I won’t lie. I do enjoy reading about the sparkly vampires. But I also like reading about the scary ones. And in this world, the vamps are truly terrifying. I found myself getting so caught up in Katelina’s story that at times I found myself breathless. When your heart rate spikes in fear for a fictional character, I think that author has done their job well!
I give Shades of Gray 5 stars!

About Joleene Naylor
Joleene Naylor is the author of the glitter-less Amaranthine series, a world where vampires aren't for children. As a compliment to the novel series, she has also written several short stories, including the Vampire Morsels collection, and the Amaranthine Handbook.

In what little time is left she watches anime and updates her blogs, all from a crooked Victorian house in Villisca, Iowa. Between her husband and her pets, she is never lonely, and should she ever disappear one might look for her on a beach in Tahiti, sipping a tropical drink and wearing a disguise. 
To read sample chapters and more, visit my website!
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Of Flame and Light by Cecy Robinson


Taran Wird holds the unique ability to conjure fire and lightning. She is mated to Gemini, Second in Command to the Squaw Valley Pack of the Lake Tahoe Region, and the sole werewolf to possess the ability to split into two wolves. And although they are mates, Taran’s insecurities have driven them apart. Devastated by an injury that left her with a zombie-like limb, Taran struggles to regain command over her magic. But when her arm and her power turn against her, lashing out on those she most loves, she knows she can no longer carry this burden alone. Not that she likes the alternative. The only way to regain control of her magic is to align and learn from the local coven of witches―the very ones who sought to banish her when she and her three unique sisters first moved to the mystical region. But although Taran is trying, the teachings don’t come easy, and the tasks leave her weak and emotionally shattered. Yet Taran must learn and learn fast. Time is running out. The fire she once mastered so easily has become her greatest adversary and is now slowly burning her alive . . .

About the Book

Of Flame and Light
by Cecy Robson
Weird Girls
Paranormal Romance
Cecy Robson, LLC
Publication Date
October 18, 2016
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Of Flame And Light Excerpt

“You guys ready?” I ask, forcing myself to stand slightly ahead of Bren.
Shayna fumbles through her backpack and pulls out a box of toothpicks before passing the heavy pack to Emme. Emme doesn’t need her hands free to kick ass, but Shayna does.
“So what’s the plan, dudes?” Shayna asks. “Onward and upward?”
“Yeah,” I answer, shrugging when Bren looks at me. “This isn’t the good kind of magic, Bren. With all the evil set to rise, and the bad guys needing dark witches to make it happen, you know our motto: no stone left unturned, and no scaries left to chew on our insides.”
He snags my elbow when I start to head for the dense brush. “If we can, I’ll let you make the capture. It’s the only way to keep Genevieve from sinking her teeth into you. But that thing in there—if it’s as bad as I think it is—there’s no bringing her home alive, got me? I’ll make the kill if it comes down to it.”
He doesn’t think I can take her, much less kill her. And maybe he’s right. But that doesn’t mean we can turn our backs and pretend she’s not here.
I kick at the dirt at my feet. I don’t like to kill, despite what people think and despite that it’s something I’m freakishly good at. I’ve had plenty of practice, believe me. My first kill occurred when I was just a teen, the second, moments after. It was the right thing to do given what happened. That doesn’t mean I wasn’t sick to my gut. I burned them with enough heat to smoke their chests, allowing them to feel every ounce of pain they caused me and my sisters. Too many followed after that, enough that I’ve lost count. But as much as the dead mark my bones, and stay a part of me, I’ll do it again if I have to.
I meet Bren’s face. “Dead or alive, we have to take care of Savana and whoever else might be helping her.”
“Even if it means you get stuck serving Genevieve?” he presses.
He’s not asking. He knows taking out Savana is the right thing to do. He’s just making sure we’re all on the same page. “Yes,” I answer.


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About Cecy Robson

71myzeijql-_ux250_Cecy (pronounced Sessy) Robson is the new adult and contemporary romance author of the Shattered Past series, the O’Brien Family novels and new Carolina Beach series, as well as the award-winning author of the Weird Girls urban fantasy romance series. A 2016 double nominated RITA® finalist for Once Pure and Once Kissed, Cecy is a recovering Jersey girl living in the South who enjoys carbs way too much, and exercise way too little. Gifted and cursed with an overactive imagination, you can typically find her on her laptop silencing the yappy characters in her head by telling their stories.

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Monday, October 17, 2016

Foster an Author event! Here's my author!!

Hello paranormal fans!! 
I am excited to be a part of this event. I am "fostering" an author this week! I am basically pimping her out to my readers. ;) And now with no further ado, here is ..........

Joleene Naylor
Joleene Naylor is the author of the glitter-less Amaranthine series, a world where vampires aren't for children. As a compliment to the novel series, she has also written several short stories, including the Vampire Morsels collection, and the Amaranthine Handbook.

In what little time is left she watches anime and updates her blogs, all from a crooked Victorian house in Villisca, Iowa. Between her husband and her pets, she is never lonely, and should she ever disappear one might look for her on a beach in Tahiti, sipping a tropical drink and wearing a disguise. 

The Amaranthine Series:

Series synopsis:

Pulled into a world of darkness, Katelina's fate becomes intertwined with that of Jorick, a dark, enigmatic vampire. To stay by his side, she must navigate intrigue, terror and bloodshed as they are drawn from one battle to another. Dreams of peace seem elusive, and are complicated by mysterious vampires, old relics, and an ancient master. Join Katelina and Jorick in a world where vampires don't sparkle and night is eternal.

Book 1: Shades of Gray - Katelina's "friend-with-benefits" is murdered for stealing something from a coven of vampires. Hunted as an accomplice, Katelina must rely on Jorick to survive. But what happens when her knight in shining armor turns out to be one of the monsters? 

Book 2: Legacy of Ghosts - For Katelina and Jorick, peace is hard to come by. Kateesha plans to fight the same battle as Jorick's fledgling, but a common enemy isn't enough to overcome previous betrayals. Drawn into a deathly conflict, Jorick and Katelina must overcome old regrets, or lose their future to the ghosts of their past. 

Book 3: Ties of Blood - A trip to Katelina's home starts a chain reaction; she and Jorick meet Verchiel, a too friendly vampire, then the police arrest Jorick for kidnapping. Worse, The Guild wants to question them. Will Malick, the head of the vampires, punish them? Or will their mysterious stalker kill them first? 

Book 4: Ashes of Deceit - Katelina and Jorick should be going to the tropics. Instead, they're rescuing a captured vampire. Who kidnapped him and why? The truth isn't easy to find. As Oren's attack on the Guild draws closer, Jorick and Katelina are led back to the Citadel where the ancient master Malick reigns. When the flames of war ignite, can they rise from the ashes, or will they be consumed? 

Book 5: Heart of the Raven - When Malick attacks the Citadel in Munich, a routine visit becomes a race across the continent. Can they beat the ancient master to a legendary artifact, or will he get his hands on what could be a powerful weapon? 

Book 6: Children of Shadows - An extinct cult resurfaces to wage war on the vampire guilds, leaving destruction in their path. Katelina and Jorick are trapped in Munich's stronghold, with Ume, a vampiress who claims to know Verchiel and offers the help of her secret organization. But, can they trust Ume and her friends? Why have the Children of Shadows reappeared? Is it really a former ally that leads them, or a look alike? 

Book 7: Clash of Legends - Katelina wakes in Samael's domain without Jorick. Her vampire lover gathers an army to save her, but Malick interferes. When he leaves Katelina broken and bleeding, it's the final straw. Jorick plans the ultimate taboo: to kill his master. Will he succeed or will he and Katelina be crushed in a greater war? 

Book 8: Masque of the Vampire - Katelina and Jorick head home at last, but it isn't the homecoming they expected. Between Katelina's family and the return of an old friend thought dead, it's almost a relief when Eileifr sends Jorick to Canada as extra security for Andrei's extravagant gala. Almost. But thanks to a mysterious stalker and a child murderer, things are about to get scary. 

Book 0: Brothers of Darkness: Not a love story, but a long spiral into darkness. The prequel to Shades of Gray tells the story of Patrick and Michael, how they got tangled into Claudius' web, and their valiant fight to escape. 

"[These books] are for adults... both the violence and the sex are not teenage stuff... and lurking behind the storyline is an adult theme." - Steve Evans, author of Demented 

"A dark PNR with 'let me catch my breath' action, a dark and violent vampire world and the "be still my heart" vampire Jorick... Joleene is a gifted writer. Her tight and vivid prose is a joy to read and the dialogue and situations the characters deal with are full of emotion." - Sharon S., reviewer for I Smell Sheep 

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