Spotlight: The Songs of Fate, by  K.W. Hall

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Songs of Fate

The Songs of Fate
War of Fate, 1st book
by  K.W. Hall
Genre: Romantic Fantasy
Release Date: April 22, 2022
page count: 366
Content Warnings: Rated R. Contains adult material such as swearing, violence, sexual activity, etc.


The Fates have chosen their warrior.

Charlie, a widowed doctoral student, has been struggling with dark dreams of a gray-eyed warrior.

For the past three years she’s felt a power growing inside her—the strange sparks of light are painful—but brutally intoxicating.

After being attacked by an unknown creature while hiking, Charlie is aided by a friendly stranger, Logan. But Logan is not who he pretends to be…and nothing will be the same again, including Charlie herself.

Because when she discovers her dark dreams are not just fantasies, but linked to missing men in San Diego, she delves into a world beyond her own with a very complicated secret.

A world of darkness.

A world where love is difficult to define.

A world at war… The War of Fate.

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About the Author:

KW Hall

K.W. Hall made the leap into romance writing at the beginning of 2021. She hasn’t looked back after leaving her career as a registered nurse to pursue her dream of writing steamy romance novels. In her previous life, she completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Belmont, a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Alabama, and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from Auburn University. After years of searching, she realized creating new worlds of romance and adventure was her calling.

Raised as an Army brat, K.W. lived all over the southern United States during her childhood. She currently resides in Honolulu, Hawaii with her own warrior husband. When not reading or writing, she can be found running the sandy beaches of Oahu. Okay, that wasn’t completely truthful. More likely, she is staring at the waves with a drink in her hand.


Audiobook Spotlight & Character Profiles: Winter Masquerade, by Kevin Klehr


Title: Winter Masquerade

Author: Kevin Klehr

Narrator: Jon Bolitho-Jones

Length: 3 hours and 40 minutes

Publisher: NineStar Press

Released: Feb. 22, 2022

Genre: Romantic Fantasy

Ferris wakes on the Sea Queen, an enchanted cruise ship sailing on a chocolate sea. He has no idea how he got here, but he desperately wants to go home to his boyfriend.

The alchemist is the only person who can help Ferris, but he’s been kidnapped. The ransom is high tea, with scones, and jam.

Meanwhile, the passengers are gearing up for the Winter Masquerade, a ball where love and magic reign.

With a murderous musician, an absent boyfriend, and a mystical party, Ferris soon learns that Wednesday is not the day to fall in love.

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Ferris is unsure of himself, yet at first, we’re not sure why. He lives with his boyfriend, Harris, in a rented Sydney home, but this is not where this tale begins.

He wakes on the Sea Queen, an enchanted ocean liner sailing on a chocolate sea with a permanent rainbow above. He is in his early twenties with brown hair and brown eyes, and is both delighted and disturbed at what happens aboard this mystical journey.

Cole is the guitarist in the band that is rehearsing for the masquerade ball. He doesn’t say much, but broods instead, covering up the fact that he’s a little shy. He wears a white suit and is never without his sunglasses.

Janus is a very small horse with wings. Yes, a miniature Pegasus! He helps The Detective solve mysteries and is carried around in the investigator’s man-bag. He is also highly intelligent and well educated, and often debates when The Detective has no clue how to solve a case.

In Winter Masquerade, Janus and The Detective are trying to find The Alchemist, the only person who can help Ferris get home to his boyfriend.

Camilla is The Alchemist’s wife. She is cultured and is the favourite character of Jon Bolitho-Jones, the narrator of this audio book. Jon claims Camilla has the personality of an old actress – dramatic and whimsical. She sounds as if she’s born into money, yet she has always existed in the fantasy world aboard the Sea Queen.

Molly is ditzy. She is Camilla’s best friend, and like Camilla, is in her early sixties. She can read handwriting and believes she was a fishmonger’s wife in a previous life. The narrator believes Molly is like those eccentric aunts you find in Jane Austin novels.

Olive is also ditzy. She is the harp player in the band and the best way to describe her is to say – think Stevie Nicks at forty years of age. Olive has long red hair, green eyes and wears a long sheer dress for comfort. Scallywag is the ten-year-old boy who plays the drums for the band. He is plump, has short dark hair and is wiser than his age. Like Ferris, he is from our world, but there’s a grim reason he hides out in this alternate reality.

Kevin lives with his husband, Warren, in their humble apartment (affectionately named Sabrina), in Australia’s own ‘Emerald City,’ Sydney.

His tall tales explore unrequited love in the theatre district of the Afterlife, romance between a dreamer and a realist, and a dystopian city addicted to social media.

His first novel, Drama Queens with Love Scenes, spawned a secondary character named Guy. Many readers argue that Guy, the insecure gay angel, is the star of the Actors and Angels book series. His popularity surprised the author. The third in this series, Drama Queens and Devilish Schemes, scored a Rainbow Award (judged by fans of queer fiction) for Best Gay Alternative Universe/Reality novel.

Recently, his work, The Midnight Man, scored Runner Up in Best Gay Fantasy at the Rainbow Awards, while Winter Masquerade received an Hourable Mention. The Midnight Man also scored a first place in an LGBT category at the Paranormal Romance Guild’s Reviewers Choice Awards.

So, with Guy, his fictional guardian angel guiding him, Kevin hopes to bring more whimsical tales of love, life and friendship to his readers.

Jon Bolitho-Jones is an actor/writer based in Prescot, a place between Manchester and Liverpool in the UK. He can also be found hanging around in Watford and Kings Langley.

Jon graduated from ArtsEd School of acting and since then has worked in Short Films, Shakespeare, Fringe Theatre, and Pantomime. He also has experience in Improv Comedy, Stand Up, Writing and Directing.


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Book Blitz: The Blessing of the Black Wolves, by JS Murphy

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The Blessing of the Black Wolves
Black Wolves series, book 1
by JS Murphy
Genre: Romantic Fantasy
Out 5/29/21
530 pages
PG-13 : Some material may be inappropriate for young teenagers. Mild swearing, violence and/or romantic scenes.

A long time ago, in a different world, a young woman is enslaved and transported across two borders to the household of a notoriously cruel lord. Her lineage is not known, nor is her astonishing ability to heal, an ability not uncommon among her own people. When she saves the life of a young nobleman, he vows to return her to her homeland. Between them is an impoverished country rife with hatred for his people, who are killed on sight. The Blessing of the Black Wolves is the story of the trials of their passage, their burgeoning love and the betrayal that imprisons the nobleman and nearly takes both their lives.


About the Author:

Born in Quebec City, JS Murphy has spent most of her life in British Columbia. She lives with her husband and dog surrounded by rainforest on a remote island off the British Columbia coast. Having written stories since childhood, JS finally decided to write the otherworld and historical novels she’s had percolating in her mind for many years. She attributes her love of travel to the envisioning of cultures and customs for the world of the Black Wolves series. Certainly, her love of hiking in the mountain wilderness of British Columbia and elsewhere in the world has played a big role in her writing – wild lands feature strongly in all her novels. But then inspiration for writing those rugged lands is not just cemented in her memories of mountain wilderness and travel. It is present right outside her door.

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