TELL AGAIN TUESDAY TODAY!

TELL AGAIN TUESDAY TODAY!

Today’s post is a reblog . . .

C.D. Hersh

C.D. Hersh

Tell Again Tuesday-by C.D. Hersh, Authors, published with Soul Mate Publishing, is a blog series, where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

Does anyone else include this while writing?
Tackle Big Events While Writing, Posted on June 22, 2016 by Beth Carter.

It’s easy to write about boy meets girl or girl meets boy. Insert a villain, some scenery, conflict, the use of senses, a bit of backstory and foreshadowing, and you’re done, right? Wrong. It’s much more interesting when you throw in big (or even small, intimate) events. Whether they are a fact of life (like a birth or death), a crazy family reunion or a tragic occurrence, your writing will be enriched and become much more realistic by adding these details.

Here are examples of . . .

For the rest of the blog go to:
https://smpauthors.wordpress.com/2016/06/22/tackle-big-events-while-writing-by-beth-carter/

I thought that Beth’s suggestions were awesome. In my book, a historic romance, can you find betrayal and tragedy, and other life-changing situations? Do Leila and Rork find happiness? Is there a HEA (Happy Ever After)?

Bookcover

Bookcover

Indigo Sky, in paperback, is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Come to my art bash and book signing on September 8, 5:30-7:30pm.

Website | Artist Page | Amazon | Facebook | Goodreads | Twitter |

Amazon Author Page: http://amzn.to/1K4GVQA

Amazon Buy Link: http://amzn.to/29NYE5w
Artist Page:      https://artist.gailingis.com/blog/
Facebook:        https://www.facebook.com/gail.ingis
Goodreads:       http://bit.ly/29Pem1S
Trailer:               http://bit.ly/29xUJ1H
Twitter:           http://twitter.com/gailingis
Website:           http://www.gailingis.com

REMEMBER MY ART BASH on SEPTEMBER 8, 5:30-7:30pmCyclone, Oh What a Ride 12x24 OilCyclone, Oh What a Ride 12×24 Oil

Coney Island: Visions From the Boardwalk
Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum is pleased to present 38 paintings from artist-writer Gail Ingis Claus. The artist will be signing copies of her new book entitled INDIGO SKY. During the reception, the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum will be offering the book at a special show price.

Unique Offer: Enter at the reception to Win A FREE Book and a Coney Island print! Attendees of the Artist Reception and Book Signing Party on Thursday, September 8, 2016, will be entered to win a complimentary copy of Gail’s book-inprint and a Coney Island print from her art collection. The drawing will take place shortly before closing at 7:15 pm. The winning ticket holder must be present to receive the free book, bookmark, and print of Coney Island.

There will be a ballroom dance demonstration from Gail’s memories of her times at Coney Island.

Art Show Sponsors:
www.investmarkfinancial.com
www.susankanecatering.com

RSVP by Friday, Sept 2, 2016, 203-838-9799 ext. 4

Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum www.lockwoodmathewsmansion.com
295 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850
203-838-9799

Founding Patron
The Estate of Mrs. Cynthia Clark Brown
2016 Distinguished Benefactors:
The Maurice Goodman Foundation

 

 

TELL AGAIN TUESDAY TODAY!

C.D. HERSH, GUEST AUTHORS

C.D. Hersh–Two hearts creating everlasting love stories.

C.D. Hersh

C.D. Hersh

Say hi to our delightful guests today, authors of The Mercenary and the Shifters. A team of two, they primarily write Romance. Sweethearts to the end, so says their bio.

The Turning Stone Chronicles, book four. Genre – Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Suspense Romance. Release Date: July 27th, 2016

Putting words and stories on paper is second nature to co-authors C.D. Hersh. They’ve written separately since they were teenagers and discovered their unique, collaborative abilities in the mid-90s. As high school sweethearts and husband and wife, Catherine and Donald believe in true love and happily ever after.

The first four books of their paranormal romance series entitled The Turning Stone Chronicles are available on Amazon. They also have a short Christmas story, Kissing Santa, in a Christmas anthology titled Sizzle in the Snow, with seven other authors.

They are looking forward to many years of co-authoring and book sales, and a lifetime of happily-ever-after endings on the page and in real life. You can connect with and follow C.D. Hersh at their website http://cdhersh.wordpress.com

Mercenary and The Shifters

Mercenary and The Shifters

The Mercenary and the Shifters (The Turning Stone Chronicles Book 4): eBook: https://amzn.com/B01I01W2JC

When mercenary soldier Michael Corritore answers a desperate call from an ex-military buddy, he finds himself in the middle of a double kidnapping, caught in an ancient war between two shape shifter factions, and ensnared between two female shape shifters after the same thing … him.

Shape shifter Fiona Kayler will do anything to keep the shipping company her father left her, including getting in bed with the enemy. But when she believes the man trying to steal her company is involved with kidnapping her nephew, she must choose between family, fortune, and love. The problem is … she wants all three.

Excerpt:

Mike’s presence in her bedroom as she gathered overnight items for the guesthouse comforted Fiona. It also set jitters off in her stomach. The man was hot and muscular and very alpha. He’d removed a sword and gun from his duffel bag and slung them, along with a bandolier of ammunition, over his shoulder after they’d been attacked. The sight of his weapons and his protective behavior did unfamiliar, disconcerting things to her.

“Does the guesthouse have a phone?” he asked over her shoulder.
Fiona jumped and slammed her palm to her chest. “Jeez, don’t sneak up on me. I didn’t hear you cross the room.”

“Sorry. I didn’t mean to frighten you.”

“After what happened tonight, it won’t take much to make me jump. And, no, it doesn’t. But I’ve got my cell.”

“I’ll need the number.”

“Ditto, on yours.”

“I think you need to take your gun. The one you pulled on me.”

“After tonight, I’ll sleep with that baby under my pillow.”

Mike studied her. “You’re certain you don’t have an idea who might want you dead? What about the group you’re dealing with? What was the name again?”

“OmniWorld? I think I’m more important to them alive, at the moment.”

A knowing smile flashed across Mike’s face, and she realized he’d tricked her into revealing the name of the cartel she’d withheld earlier.

“At the moment?”

She thought about the cargo Mr. Swindell’s associate had forced her to ship. Had he’d lied about the cigarettes? If he had, she needed backup. Hugh trusted Mike. She needed to do the same.

“I’m handling some freight for them. I don’t think they want to off me, at least until the deal’s finished.”

Mike swore under his breath. “What are you mixed up in, Fiona?” When she didn’t answer he continued, “If I’m going to help, you have to be completely honest with me.”

She cringed at the word completely. Honesty with anyone, at this point, could only be partial. How much could—should—she tell him?

Amazon buy links:

The Promised One (The Turning Stone Chronicles Book 1):

eBook: http://amzn.com/B00DUMODKI

paperback: http://amzn.com/1619353504

Blood Brothers (The Turning Stone Chronicles Book 2):

eBook: http://amzn.com/B00OVNFC8W

paperback: http://amzn.com/1619358271

Son of the Moonless Night (The Turning Stone Chronicles Book 3):

eBook: http://amzn.com/B00XK3E172

The Mercenary and the Shifters (The Turning Stone Chronicles Book 4):

eBook: https://amzn.com/B01I01W2JC

The Turning Stone Chronicles are available on Amazon. They also have a Christmas novella, Kissing Santa, in a Christmas anthology titled Sizzle in the Snow, with seven other authors.

Where you can find CD:

Website: http://cdhersh.wordpress.com/

Blog: http://cdhersh.wordpress.com/blog-2/

Soul Mate Publishing: http://smpauthors.wordpress.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cdhershauthor

Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/C.-D.-Hersh/e/B00DV5L7ZI

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuthorCDHersh

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/CDHersh

Thank you Catherine and Donald for visiting us today. It’s been a pleasure. How about we ask our readers to comment?  Here’s a few questions that might come up. Ask the Hersh’s about their writing, how do they develop their stories, how is it working together? How do they delegate responsibilities between them?

 

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