Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Prophecy Tour Day 2: Night Visions Teaser


Welcome one and all to our PROPHECY TOUR, 2011! Gracen Miller, Deena Remiel, and I have teamed up to bring you three days of fascinating fun at all three of our websites. There's in-depth discussion of our craft, paranormal chit-chat, and promotions galore!

So, how does this work? All YOU need to do is read our posts and follow each day's rules to win prizes! At the end of each post are links to each of us that you can click on and follow. We hope you have fun, learn a bit more about us, and enjoy your experience. PROPHECY SAYS YOU WILL, SO WE SAY, GO WITH IT!





Night Visions is my current WIP.  Remember the contest I was talking about in my previous post?  The one where I had to create a character. Well this is the story that unfolded as a result of it.  I thought I would share a little teaser with you!



My name is Samantha Cade.  I used to be an average girl living her dream of writing, that is until some not so average things started happening to me.  It began with unexplained visions and voices in my head.  At first I thought I was losing my mind. Ready to book an extended stay in a padded room.  Then I realized they were trying to warn me.  The only problem is, I haven't figured out why. 

As if my world wasn't crazy enough, Ian Behr, has reappeared in my life.  Years ago he left without so much as a goodbye.  Now he's back and his past is shrouded in mystery.  If I'm going to survive, I'll need to guard my heart. 

Will Ian be my salvation or my demise? 



Up for grabs today is another $5 Amazon Gift Card.  Leave a comment below telling me about an experience that changed your life.  Don't forget to leave your email address so I can contact you if you win!


For more about Genre and a chance to win more prizes, stop by Gracen Miller and Deena Remiel's websites. 



9 comments:

  1. OH wow..where do I start and where do I get your book? It sounds wonderful!!

    Ok...experience that was life changing...I guess mine would be my dad dying when I was 7...if this one single event in my life would not have happened, I would never have met my husband and had my two incredible children! Amazing how one life even changes your entire future!!

    thank you!

    boo(2)bosh(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. What fun, thank you for the taste of the new WIP. A life changing event; well many years ago I had a friend who was from Egypt and she had a friend to had a friend who wanted a pen-pal. I being an adventurous sole, said sure why not and sent of a letter. Three years later I received a phone call in the middle of the night from Egypt, my letter had just been delivered. Through subsequent correspondence I was invited to come spend time with the family for holiday. Now who could pass up that opportunity? On my month long holiday I fell in love with my friend's brother and we have now been married for twenty-six years. I supposed this was quite life changing for me :)

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  3. When do we get to read this interesting piece of work????

    I'm excited to be joining you and Deena on this blog hop!

    Huggles,
    Gracen

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  4. Moving to AZ changed my life completely, Elena. It's what sparked my writing and turned me into an author.
    I'm so enjoying this tour with you!! Have fun today! Hugs...

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  5. The birth of my son, Jett Ean Scott Callander, changed my life. I had thought that I couldn't feel anymore love at a time, until I held him in my arms for the first time. I had experienced a miscarrige several years before, and had honestly believed I would never be able to have a baby. The day we found out we were expecting, my first thought was, "Please God, let this be it." I did everything right, and on September 16th, 2010, I was blessed witht he best gift I think I could ever get in my life. It's been tough, despite my husband being around, I did everything by myself. Now, he has left us, but, my son and I are doing great. He teaches me how to love more and more eachday, and I am trying my best to teach him everything I can and give him as much love as I can possible.

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  6. Getting married at age 15 greatly changed my life. After having four kids, we are still married after 42 years.

    lillieblue613(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. My back getting messed up changed my life completely. I used to be a concert photographer. I loved working with the bands and I lived for the music. Nasty fall down the stairs plus heredity has pretty much put me on the sidelines. I keep hoping it's temporary but the injury keeps playing up. I went to see Alice Cooper not too long ago and all I could think about while looking at the professional shots from the show was how I would have done it. Feels like a piece of me is gone.

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  8. Mindy, I'm so sorry to hear that your Dad passed away when you were so young. So glad to hear that it created something positive in your life!

    Wow Denise! What an incredible story! Thank you for sharing!

    Sheri, what a miracle! Everything that has happened to you will only make you stronger.

    Andrea, 15? That's amazing! Congrats on 42 years of marriage! My husband and I met when we were 17.

    Misty, I hope that this changes for you so you can get back to doing what you love. I had to leave my career in Television behind when I moved back home to be closer to family. I know how difficult it can be when you have to be the one on the sidelines. Hugs to you!

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  9. Having me eldest daughter is what changed my life, because I was heading down a dark, dismal road before she came along. When I found out I was pregnant, I knew something had to change. She saved me.

    I can't wait until your book if finished. This interview is such a tease ;-)

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