Due to health concerns, the release of Broken Promises by author Anne Willow will be delayed until June 2017. Family and health are priorities to us at BLP and hope you join us in wishing Anne a speedy recovery.
Julia was in a search of a way out...a way back to herself. The passing of her favorite aunt sends her to the small artist town of Grand Marais nestled along the coast of Lake Superior. There she starts to weave the tattered threads of a new life, rediscovering her love of sketching, while running the antique shop, Past Imperfect. Everything is finally going right. Until a mysterious package arrives, tucked inside is an ornate Victorian silver letter opener bearing the initials E.C. along with an even more mysterious note. Julia's natural curiosity is peaked, but before she can discover who sent the letter opener, it's found embedded in Tom Peterson's chest. The tapestry of her new life begins to unravel as she must work to clear her name and solve the murder.
Infidelity through time and a curse that only she can break - once she figures out how.
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Prepare to get lost in the world between reality and insanity. In a place where nothing is as it seems and reality is not to be believed. Available for pre-order this Friday. You can get updates and sneak peaks into this and other books by Blake at her author page found here.
We are excited to announce the first book in R.E. Fisher's Reapers of Souls and Magic (A Rohrlands Saga) will be released this September 2017. Reapers of Souls & Magic is a story of what happens when a carefree individual, a quasi faithful believer, and a mass murderer are transported to another realm, where the Gods are active and a being of an ancient race, called the Elfaheen, are integral in ensuring the apocalypse, (“Im’Shallene”), does not occur.
There is still time to get your submission in for this year's anthology Fairy Tales and Folklore Re-imagined. We've received several amazing submissions. The deadline is 1 August 2017. Fairy tales fill our lives with images of knightly warriors battling fierce dragons to save a princess, but do you see a different ending? Something not always happily-ever-after? Is your beast female or is little red riding hood the villain? Allow yourself to explore the mysteries of folklore and magic woven together in new ways. We are happy to accept poetry and prose of any length. All authors will receive a printed copy of the anthology as well as a discount on additional copies.
Please remember to use 1-inch margins with 12-point font and include your contact information and word count on the top of your first page. Multiple submissions accepted as well as previously published works that you hold the rights to. Email your submissions and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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