Monday, October 31, 2016

This is Halloween! Find treats at Elite's Blog and tour our haunted house!

Happy Halloween
Readers know that Halloween is definitely my favorite holiday.  At my house, we go all out in a big way.  Walk through my family's haunted house and then check out this list of reading recommendations given to me by the guest. 
 
Is there anything more fun then losing yourself inside another world? Haunted houses are like books, you step in and forget the real world is just outside.  Walk through my family's haunt, and for more thrills check out the following books offered by my guest who told me about their favorite spooky reads.

Enter Elite's Haunted House if you dare. Click HERE 

Lisa suggest this spooky but quite funny Erotica read for Halloween

Ghost Bangers-When he's wanted, Dead or Alive 

Kris recommends this anthology for a series of hair raising night time reads

Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep Click HERE  I checked, and it seems there are several volumes
to this anthology, so scroll on Amazon to find them all.  

Creepo the Clown an escaped inmate at Sheriff Joe's County Jail.

Have fun tonight folks, and above all, stay safe!



Wednesday, October 5, 2016

The Elite Blog welcomes Author, Stephanie Hurt and her new book, Tuscany.

Hello, Stephanie.  Thank you for visiting the Elite blog.  Your new book, Tuscany has really piqued our interest and we'd like to know more about this exciting new title. Can you tell us how you got the idea behind it? 

The idea for Tuscany came to me one morning as I was brainstorming on
another book. I was looking at pictures for a cover and several
pictures of Tuscany popped up. Then my writer brain went into
overdrive. The story came in like a tidal wave, causing me to push
aside of my other works in progress.
Since there were several stories about vineyards, I decided to focus
on the olive oil industry. So, I researched the industry in Italy,
specifically the Tuscan region and the story unfolded. I immediately
fell in love with the characters and their love for the land. One of
my favorite parts of the writing was the journal, which is a key
element in the story. I actually wrote it just like a journal, then
input in different parts of the book as needed.
This book was a work of love and now it has me dreaming of going to Tuscany! 

Here's the blurb for the book.  What a great opening!

Lana Daniels, a simple girl from Georgia, inherits an olive farm in Tuscany, turning her world upside down. She only has three months to decide whether to stay in Italy or sell her grandmother’s legacy. To make things even more interesting, she meets Romeo Russo, the farm’s foreman, and the most handsome and infuriating man she’s ever met. Together, they’re like oil and water. When strange disasters begin happening on the farm, the two have to work together to solve the mystery. Can they find common ground in all the chaos? As the deadline draws near, what will Lana choose to do?

Buy Link
https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B01M0MIB72&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_PLO7xbQG2JBJN

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Christmas On the Ranch short collection available now.

These are two sweet thirty minute reads sold separately.  Grab a cup of something sweet and warm and spend some time on the ranch. Experience falling in love with the cowboys and their ladies who are looking for their happy ever-after amongst the pines and the horses. 

https://www.amazon.com/Christmas-Wild-Fire-Ranch-romances-ebook/dp/B01LWRTLJN/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1475583389&sr=1-1 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ONBK7FA  



Monday, October 3, 2016

Writer's block and new projects

                                                          Writer's Block.  I has it.
 Well, sometimes I do, and I've been given great advice by writers who've done this much longer than I have.  Usually, they tell me to take a walk, take a shower or just get outside and refresh.  All good advice and has worked well in the past.  However, another way that I think works wonders, is to just start another project.  Go someplace entirely new and different with your keyboard.  It's amazing how shaking up your imagination by heading someplace else with your writing will stir up new ideas for the old.

Sometimes, those secondary projects will turn out some great stuff.  Write about anything, anywhere.  It doesn't have to make sense, it just has to get you thinking differently and out of the box. 

I did this recently, and now have a sequel to Christmas at Wild Horse Ranch.  Pretty soon, you'll see Christmas and Wild Fire Ranch hit Amazon and all because I wasn't able to mentally get focused on my primary project. 

How do you get through writer's block?  I would love to hear your remedy.  Until then, have a blessed day and write on!

Tis' the season for a free read!

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