Dariel's World

Hi. I'm Dariel Raye, an interracial/multi-cultural paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and psy/suspense author, and every day of this journey is a learning experience. I'm also a counselor, musician, and animal lover. My stories are about all-conquering love and romance, and I enjoy hosting other authors as well. Enter a world where werewolves, vampires, multi-shifters, vamp-like Nephilim, Vodouin Fey, and all things paranormal capture our hearts...

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Monday, June 12, 2017

Cover Reveal: "Eye Of the Tiger" by Catherine Green

COVER REVEAL – Eye of the Tiger (A Redcliffe Novel) – book 4 – by Catherine Green


 Jessica Stone used to be a normal human. Then she fell in love with a vampire, met his identical twin werewolf brother, and her life fell apart spectacularly. Meeting Detective Jack Mason, and his brother Danny, brought about a powerful change, and Jessica’s magic was released. Now, in Redcliffe book 4, she must learn to control her ethereal animal familiar, who lusts after the alpha werewolf, and will stop at nothing to use her human mistress as a tool... Or is that a weapon?

The Redcliffe novels series follow the adventures of bookshop owner Jessica Stone as she meets a man and falls in love, only to discover the hidden werewolf secrets of her close friends. Who knew the Cornish coast could be so deadly?

Eye of the Tiger (A Redcliffe Novel) - coming June 2017

                            

Find Catherine Green and her British paranormal novels in the following places:

The Pagan Housewife Blog: http://spookymrsgreen.com/


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Bitter Legacy by C.B. Clark

BITTER LEGACY
 by C.B. Clark

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Ha! Are You Psychic, or What?

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If I were truly psychic, I certainly wouldn't have made some of the mistakes I've made in life; however, I'm excited about what I foresee in terms of my upcoming releases. The "Orlosian Warriors" novella, "Outreach," will be available for pre-order very soon, and close on its heels, "Gideon's Light: Orlosian Warriors Bk.3" will be available. Also, I've been working up to this for some time now, and I hope I haven't lost all my "Dark Sentinels" series fans: 

"Dark Sentinels Book Three: Parrish," will finally be available for pre-order early this Fall. I've stalled on this sequel because it was originally meant to be the last in the series. Since I've been working on it, though, it's morphed into something bigger, and one more book will be necessary after it. 


For now, though, take this fun quiz and share your results with me in comments. I'd better get back to writing :-)




Saturday, June 10, 2017

Couldn't Have Said It Better Myself




I love Tiffany Raiford's clarity in this statement. I'm a big fan of this wonderful breed, and the mistreatment and misuse these innocent animals have endured at the hands of evil, uncaring, ignorant people makes my heart bleed, not to mention the thousands of people who have been maimed because these people who, like Tiffany says, never should have owned dogs, trained these powerful, loyal, intelligent animals to fight and kill for survival. Pits are too often systematically abused, neglected, and forced to fight to please their owners until there's nothing left but the instincts of a helpless dog repeating the only behavior s/he knows to avoid pain and death.
My baby is a Pit Bull/German Shepherd mix who has grown to be a powerful ball of energy. She's exceptionally intelligent, loving, and yes, very loyal. When we open the door, she has no interest in dashing out of it unless she's going to potty, or heading out with me for a ride, and if I'm resting, she stays close by, prepared to use her most fear-infusing voice to alert me to danger and warn off anyone trying to come close. She also has an uncanny ability to detect the source of, or at least the location of my pain. She thinks she's my nurse.


Click on the link following Tiffany's statement for a list of some of the most loyal dogs. I must say though, that I was disappointed when I didn't see another of my favorite breeds, the almighty, loving, fabulous Rottweiler.

Tiffany Raiford's statement:
Pit Bull
The pit bull has a bad reputation, but it’s not his fault. He’s gotten a bad rap because people with no business owning dogs are turning them into monsters, and it’s ruining their reputation. However, this dog was once known as the nanny dog because it is so loyal to its humans, and especially to children. It will do whatever you want it to do because it knows you are the one who leads him.
Original source: http://shebudgets.com/lifestyle/pets/dogs/most-loyal-dog-breeds/64358/4