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Away from home and reading: A short update and reviews of some of the Amaranthine Shorts

My mother had surgery this week, and so I am staying with her for a little while. I want to make sure that she’s okay, you know? 477 more words

Book Updates

Semesta Ketiga Amaranthine

Segala yang berlangsung selama periode itu hanya melahirkan kebingungan yang semakin pekat di dalam rongga kepala. Bimbang itu serupa asap hitam yang mengepul dari cerobong pabrik dan seluruhnya terhirup olehku. 1,487 more words

Story And Journey

Heart of the Raven, Amaranthine Book 5 by Joleene Naylor

The Citadel is still recovering from the attack by Malick and his followers. Everyone is working to establish normalcy and get back to work, and Jorick is no exception. 172 more words

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Children of Shadows

Today I’m proud to host my friend and fellow author, Joleene Naylor, as she tours the blogosphere promoting her latest Amaranthine novel, Children of Shadows.  She was kind enough to tell me why she writes about vampires, and some of the challenges she faces in doing so.   1,169 more words

Writing

Ties of Blood, Amaranthine Book 3 by Joleene Naylor

Returning from the nightmare of battle against Kateesha, Katelina begins to think more and more about the life she led before Jorick. After deciding that a trip to visit her grief stricken mother was probably for the best, she begins to realize how much her life has changed in just a few short months. 249 more words

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Sunday Surprise

… and it’s a guest! Another leg of her blog tour… please welcome Amaranthine author Joleene Naylor and – erm – her guest! :)

Hello! Joleene Naylor here, the author of Children of Shadows, book six in the Amaranthine series. 987 more words

Guest Post

Rodney C. Johnson reblogged this on The Raptor's Claw and commented:

Nice, Joleene! This is a really good idea!

Legacy of Ghosts, Amaranthine Book 2 by Joleene Naylor

Two weeks after the show down with Claudius, Katelina is trying to settle into her stay a Jorick’s quaint little home by the beach. Surrounded by stacks upon stacks of books, no modern technology to speak of, and her savior constantly disappearing behind a mysterious white door, Katelina soon finds herself wondering about her situation more and more. 191 more words

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