Thursday, January 3, 2013

Witch's Nocturne and Looking For Reviewers


Description: After receiving an ancient tribal journal from her grandfather, Jenny is sent on a mission of discovery in an attempt to unravel clues to her family's monster hunting past. The journey becomes more than academic when she is asked to confront a coven of dangerous witches who plan to cast an insidious spell on the plains of West Texas.

Witch's Nocturne is the second of the Moonsongs Books, a series of New Adult, paranormal-horror-action novelettes--with a Texas twist--by author E.J. Wesley.

Witch's Nocturne is available now:
Amazon
Smashwords (ePub & PDF)

Blood Fugue, Moonsongs Book 1, is also available on Amazon
(Free to borrow for Amazon Prime members.)

Note: These stories contain some language and content better suited for mature readers.

~About the Author~

E.J. lives in South Texas. He likes his words and food spicy, and tries to give a little extra 'kick' to the stories he writes. He enjoys reading horror, sci-fi, YA, MG, New Adult--basically anything with words. In true Texas fashion, E.J. is very neighborly, and welcomes you to say 'howdy' at:

Goodreads Twitter Facebook Blog

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For something a little different, over at Happy Tails and Tales Blog there is a review of Make Believe plus a bonus playlist has been created to go with each of the stories in the anthology. Super cool!

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J. Taylor Publishing is looking for reviewers.  There are heaps of benefits, like getting free ebooks, reading awesome stories, and potentially gaining a greater exposure for your blog. If you're interested, then fill in their form and put my name in the Referred By field. To find out more, just click HERE.



18 comments:

  1. EJ's first book was great and have his second one!
    I'd be a lousy reviewer as I am a slow reader. I'm already about a hundred books behind.

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    1. Yeah, I wish I was a faster reader as well.

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  2. i really thought blood fugue and witch's nocturne were great! very entertaining! :)

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  3. I may look into the reviewer thing...thanks for the info.

    Hey...I have a question...how did you get those pretty squares for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, RSS and email. I've been looking to put those on my site and can't find them.

    Also the ones at the bottom of your post. I appreciate it!

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    1. Regarding the buttons, I made the ones on my sidebar myself (it's handy being a former graphic designer). The ones on the bottom of each post come from AddThis and they provide many options for appearance and function.

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    2. You do everything so well! :o) Thanks for the insight.

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  4. I just read Moonsongs 2 - very good stuff! I love EJ's sense of humor, and his descriptions are so clever.

    We're both from Texas, and - even though I live in a big city - I've spent time in enough small towns that his line about the farmer and the tractor made me nod and smile.

    His novelettes are definitely worth the read. ;)

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  5. This is a new book series, but I like the sound of it. I like to start at the beginning so I'll check out Blood Fugue first!

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  6. Good luck to E.J. I'll put his books on my TBR list. I can;t find my KindleFire or I'd do it today. I hate it when something is missing then pops up months down the road in some strange place.

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  7. I forwarded the link for the reviewers to my friend who reads everything. Thanks for the info.

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  8. congrats to E.J. Seems like a nice fella.

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  9. Happy New Year!

    One of my aims this year is to review more of the books I read.

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  10. Congratulations to EJ. I've been seeing him everywhere! Love those intense covers.

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