Twitter Thursday is back after a two week hiatus. I’ve knocked it down to just two people this week. Thank you to all my twitter followers. I’m sorry that I haven’t been active, as I’m super obsessed with the Olympics right now. BTW, the guy from Grenada is super awesome. Not only did he win his countries first and only metal (it was a gold) but he also was such a sportsman when he traded his “bib” with the South African Pistorius, who is the double amputee who ran in the semi-finals with him. Those are the stories I absolutely love about the Olympics.
Anyway, here are this weeks chosen followers: Cellardoorians and Joanne Wadsworth. Thank you for following Lizzy’s Dark Fiction!
Blog about books! Cellar door is the most beautiful combination of words in the English language. We are the Cellardoorians. Join us.
Author of Protector, a YA Fantasy-Paranormal Romance releasing with Lyrical Press in Nov. My dream to blast Twilight out of the water. And yours?
Her first book entitled Protector is due to be published November of 2012 with Lyrical Press, Inc. It is a YA Paranormal Romance. Blurb taken from author’s website:
To love and protect, across worlds.
Eighteen-year-old Faith Stryker is prepared to experience life and leap out into the unknown world beyond her home shores of New Zealand. Only she’s not expecting Magio, a planet of two warring countries where the people, once they reach adulthood at eighteen, come into their strong and prophetic strength skills. They are skills Faith has never seen before, or at least not until she finds her halfling blood, via her unknown and absent Dralion warrior father, gifting her with the lucrative and highly visionary skill of forethought.
Peacio’s, Prince Davio Loveria, is sent to the young halfling by his grandfather, only not all goes to plan when Davio discovers Faith is his soul-bound mate—an intense relationship he cannot and will not give up even as her high-ranking, enemy sire becomes tragically known.
Now, without a doubt, there are two fatal wars waging—that of their countries, and that of life’s most unfortunate love.
WARNING: Contains one feisty young woman with great one-liners.