Demon Hunters Book 3 is LIVE and an Amazon GC Giveaway!

Beneath a Sinister Moon, Book 3 Demon Hunters…the wait is finally over.

Get your copy today and dive into the epic conclusion. See why readers are calling this the best in the series!

Title: Beneath A Sinister Moon

Series: The Demon Hunters Series Book 3

Author: D.A.Roach

Genre: YA Paranormal, PNR

Release Date: December 4, 2018

Buy Links: Kindle Unlimited

Amazon US: http://a.co/d/b6SAhP7

Amazon UK: http://amzn.eu/d/0YwUni5

Amazon CA: http://a.co/d/hjVZgiI

Amazon AU: https://amzn.to/2EbvFLz

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42975960-beneath-a-sinister-moon

Blurb:

The premonition is clear. Demons are coming for Cassidy, and once her blood has been spilled humanity will be lost. Not only has Tyler been tasked with assassinating Cassidy, but killing her will be the last step he needs to take in order to become a full demon.

Killian knows this and vows to keep Cassidy safe, but not everything is as it seems. Figuring out who to trust, who to confide in isn’t easy. With so much at stake one wrong move could mean the end of the human world, causing Cassidy and Killian to lose everything…even each other.

With a war raging between two sides, Cassidy and Tyler find themselves at the heart of battle between good and evil. She wants to save Tyler. He wants to kill her. What will it take to restore the balance?

And will Cassidy be strong enough to make the ultimate sacrifice if it means saving the world?

“This really is YA paranormal at it’s finest, each book in this series is fantastic and the story just gets better and better.” – Goodreads Reviewer

In The Series:

Between the Bleeding Willows, Book 1 Demon Hunters

Amazon: http://amzn.com/B01C4VVPII

Within in the Darkest Hollows, Book 2 Demon Hunters

Amazon: http://a.co/2NaATFH

 

Giveaway: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/96fc25c03/

 

Social Media Links:

BOOKBUB: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/d-a-roach

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FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DARoachDA/

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/daroach12books

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Midnight Oil Anthology’s Author Sarah Stein’s Interview!!

Author Interview – Sarah Stein

  1. Inquiring minds want to know what makes you tick. Tell us about your life.

I’ve always been an avid reader, and that’s one of the main reasons why I started writing my own tales. I’m from southern Louisiana but reside in south Texas with my husband of many years, two children, a German Shepherd, and a Dachshund. When I’m not spending quality time with them, I’m singing, reading, writing, or researching for the upcoming releases.

 

  1. What was your life like before you became a writer, and how did you get your start as an author?

Before I became a writer, I worked in retail during the day, and focused on my husband and children when they’d get off of work and school. Now, I write while they’re away. I’m lucky to have such an amazing support system.

 

  1. Tell us about your writing process. Are you a panster, a plotter, or something else?

I’m a plotter all the way. Most of my notes are jotted down on the many notebooks that I have stored in my desk. I recently started saving files to Dropbox, but it’s just the manuscripts. I actually have three separate hard drives for backups. Lol

 

  1. Do you have a favorite writing project or a book that still haunts your dreams that you would like to share?

My favorite project was when I worked on The Dark Truth that was featured in the Tales After Midnight Anthology. I think every author featured had a blast working on that one. Unfortunately, it’ll be out of print really soon.

 

  1. Tell us a little about your story in the Midnight Oil anthology.

My story in the Midnight Oil Anthology is called ‘An Honest Lie.’ It focuses on keeping a secret that not even your best friend knows about. This secret actually affects her best friend, but the main character is torn between following her heart or squashing her dream, and keeping things the way they are at the moment.

 

  1. Do you have works in progress?

I have tons of work in progress. Lol This year, I plan on releasing the third book in my shifter series. I’m also releasing three other stories that will be featured in anthologies in Oct. Sept. and Dec. of 2018.

 

  1. What are your plans for your next book?

I’m plotting for the fourth and final story in the shifter series, and releasing that in 2019. I’m also working on an anthology piece that features a few erotica stories written by me.

 

  1. Do you have an especially interesting research experience to share?

My only interesting research was when I had to look up flaying a human being. Lol It was for the Halloween anthology. To be honest, the research was very interesting.

 

  1. How do you stay in touch with your muse?

I read, and read and read some more until I’m reading to write the next story. I don’t push myself unless I’m writing during NanoWriMth.

My readers can find me online here:

Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/113903399454384/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorsarahstein/ Website: https://sarahsteinauthor.wordpress.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/authorsarahstein/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Author_SarahS_
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/256144.Sarah_Stein
Amazon Page: https://www.amazon.com/Sarah-Stein/e/B01L0BZLCO

Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/authorsarahstein

Joe King! Here’s the interview for today’s Midnight Oil Anthology Q&A

Q&A with Joe King, an author of the Midnight Oil Anthology

 

  1. Inquiring minds want to know what makes you tick. Tell us about your life.

I am a former journalist turned high school English teacher. My published works include Raw Egg and Human Ants.  I recently had the pleasure of marrying the love of my life at the Hemingway Home in Key West.

  1. What was your life like before you became a writer, and how did you get your start as an author?

I was inspired to write after reading Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov. I had read a fair amount of classic literature before, but that book really spoke to me. I though if I could write something that meant that much to somebody else as that book meant to me then I could feel like I positively contributed to humanity.

  1. Tell us about your writing process. Are you a pantser, a plotter, or something else?

I’m not really into labels like this. I write as often as possible and aim for quality and passion.

  1. Do you have a favorite writing project or a book that still haunts your dreams that you would like to share?

I have a grand idea for a mega novel that is a still a few projects away. I really can’t say much about it because all the other projects before it will be part of its development.

  1. Tell us a little about your story in the Midnight Oil Anthology.

My story in the collection is called a “A Common Place,” which is an ironic title since nothing that happens in the story is remotely common. The story involves a clash of wrongly interrupted perspectives that drive the action. I can’t give away too much without ruining all the surprises in it, but I will say it is a strange story.

  1. Do you have works in progress?

Yes, I am currently near the end of the first draft of my second novel. I went bold with this one. It’s a multi-genre blend that is pushing more that 100,000 words so far. I hope to release this work within a year. I am also about to re-release my poetry collection Human Ants with tons of new poems and art work. That should be out in a month or so.

  1. What are your plans for your next book?

This goes back to Human Ants. I’ve never self-published a work, but I am going to give it a try with this one. My main motivation in this is to cheap the price as low as possible. Poetry readers are so rare, I thought the low price could by my small way of celebrating them.

  1. Do you have an especially interesting research experience to share?

I don’t really do too much research in the type of writing I do.

  1. How to you stay in touch with your muse?

Words, words, words.

  1. What do you think has contributed the most to your writing style?

Reading a variety of classic literature. I believe the quality and quantity of what  a writer reads has a profound effect on the writing they produce.

 

  1. How can readers follow you online?

https://booksbyjoeking.wixsite.com/joeking

https://www.facebook.com/WriterJoeKing/

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15112518.Joe_King

https://twitter.com/joe_author