Book Promotion: Moonlight Transformation of knowledge by Ruth Tel-Tsur

Today’s book promotion comes from Ruth Tel-Tsur and his book called Moonlight Transformation of knowledge. If you like motivational self-help books, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!


Book:Moonlight Transformation of knowledge
Author: Ruth Tel-Tsur
Self-help, motivation


Publisher: Ruth Tel-Tsur
Release Date:


Moonlight Transformation of Knowledge” provides good answers and gives practical tools for achieving the change you’ve longed for, for the sake of our well being.
It is easy to read and apply, and it is highly recommended as a ”manual” for a good life – and it is also a nice present for your dearest.


I want to thank Ruth Tel-Tsur for allowing me to promote his book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Moonlight Transformation of knowledge!


Review for The Lightbearers by Nora M. Garcia

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My Rating:  3/5

Author:  Nora M. Garcia
Title: The Lightbearers

Genre:  Science Fiction


Amazon Description:
THE LIGHTBEARERS is the story of an ancient Egyptian King and Queen, Akhenaton and Nefertiti, who have been reincarnating together for the past 3300 years. They have been entrusted with the mission of The Lightbearers, whose responsibility is to be guardians of the human race and to enlighten any whose path they cross. Through reincarnation, during each of their lifetimes, they strive to overcome violence, greed and injustice and in each lifetime they leave pockets of individuals with whom they have shared their secrets of life and death. They have also been ascribed with the powers of telepathy, astral projection and psycho kinesis. They are highly evolved and highly enlightened.

Discovery of their innate mystical powers is facilitated by the assistance of an alien being who introduces them to the mission of the Lightbearer. Through a series of flashbacks two of their previous lifetimes are revealed beginning in Ancient Egypt and including 17th century France where they switched genders.

The story unfolds in the 21st century where Jean Crystal, Nefertiti’s incarnate, has been kidnapped by Dr. Natas, whose plan for world domination has been temporarily disrupted by Jean and her husband George, Akhenaten’s incarnate. Jean and George have discovered a secret about Dr. Natas experimental school, a school completely computerized and robotized.

Jean is held captive on a laboratory table by a motion sensitive laser directed toward her central nervous system. Not realizing this, upon awakening from a narcotic sleep induced by the doctor, she attempts to move and is suddenly wracked by a mind numbing pain. The more she moves the more pain she receives. By astrally projecting herself she is able to overcome the pain and investigate her circumstances. George has already been assassinated and while awaiting her own demise, George pays Jean a visit in the lab, assuring her of their eternal vow to each other. Jean is very shortly, thereafter, assassinated. Upon the joyful reunion of their spirits on Petite Terre, a tiny island just off the Normandy Province of France, Jean and George plan their return. While it is possible to determine their gender and the time in which they return, they cannot predetermine their identities. They must pick a place, a time and a signal by which they can find and identify each other in their subsequent lifetime. In this particular lifetime, their favorite song was “Imagine” by John Lennon and so on the first Monday of October, 2024 at 12 noon, they decide to meet outside the computer science building on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles. She will find him sitting under a tree near the building with a guitar strumming “Imagine”.

Their reunion takes place 20 years later, albeit not without a hitch. Together they set out to rescue the United States from Dr. Natas’s well-placed plans, he has already begun to execute.

This book is for people who enjoy:

  • Science Fiction, pre-dystopian, romance novels
  • The idea of reincarnation
  • Futuristic settings but also flashes back to the past – namely Egyptian and French Industrial Revolution
  • The concept of using your mind to achieve many things
  • Purely evil bad guys

This book is not for those who hate:

  • Rushed endings – a high building climax with a rushed execution
  • Minimal resolution explanation
  • One dimensional bad guys
  • Long dialogue

Book Promotion: Hope(less) by Melissa Haag

Today’s book promotion comes from Melissa Haag and her book called Hope(less). If you like YA Paranormal Romance, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!


Book:  Hope(less)
Author: Melissa Haag
Young Adult, Paranormal, Romance


Publisher: Melissa Haag
Paperback, ebook
Release Date:


In a world filled with people, Gabby is uniquely alone. The tiny glowing sparks filling her mind that represent the people around her confirm it.

Clueless regarding the reason behind her sight and her place in the world, Gabby struggles to find the answers she needs. A revelation leads Gabby to a secluded wooded location. An introduction sends her running back home, but not quite alone…

When other werewolves start to stalk her and anomalies in the sparks she sees begin to appear, she must count on Clay’s help or risk loosing the chance to find the answers she searches for.


The Author:

Melissa Haag’s Website: Here
Melissa Haag’s Facebook: Here
Melissa Haag’s Twitter: Here
Melissa Haag’s Goodreads: Here

Q & A:

The best thing about writing this book?

The best part about writing Hope(less) was when I handed the finished product over to my critique readers and they loved it. Though I have imagination, I wasn’t sure it would entertain anyone other than myself.

Where did you get your idea for this story?

Hope(less) is the first book in a series. The idea came from a very short dream. I’ve written the dream as scene in the second book of the series. When I had started writing the scene, I’d thought it would evolve into a simple stand alone book. Something happened along the way…

What would you tell aspiring writers out there?

Just keep writing!


I want to thank Melissa Haag for allowing me to promote her book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Hope(less)!


Promo: Horse of Bells by Pelaam

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A legendary horse, magic, and a man shrouded in mystery. Who can he trust? Caolan risks both his heart and his life to uncover the truth.

When his life is saved by a stranger, Prince Caolan feels an immediate connection to the man, and promises to meet him again. Forced to break that promise to protect his brother Donal, Caolan waits for the day he can return to the forest.

On their trip home, almost a year later, he and Donal are tricked by their step-mother into attempting to steal the legendary Horse of Bells from the infamous Dark Prince Tuathal. Honor-bound to accept the geis she set them, the brothers leave their castle to complete the quest.

During their journey, they meet the enigmatic Traveler. Caolan is confused and troubled by his reaction to the man. Is he a friend, or are his intentions darker and more deadly?


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The morning came without further event, and Caolan consigned his fear to simple nervousness regarding his brother’s challenge. They rebuilt the fire and set some water to boil while they washed at the stream. Laughing together, they returned to their camp and stopped abruptly. A stranger sat at their fire, roasting a couple of skinned rabbits as if he had been expected for breakfast.

Caolan stared at him. He felt as if he should know the man, and yet he knew no one with such unruly sandy-brown hair. The newcomer’s beard seemed better maintained; it was but a light coating of slightly redder hair. He couldn’t stop his blush as the man’s gaze locked with his as if he had been caught. They were the same frigid blue-grey the sea had been the day they had left for the Isles—cold, uninviting, and daunting.

“If I were a spy for the dark prince, I would by now be on my way there, laughing at how two young idiots were going to walk straight into the arms of waiting soldiers the minute they set foot in Prince Tuathal’s kingdom. It would probably be the only thing that would save you from his wrath, to know that you sat and openly discussed an attempt to steal the Horse of Bells.”

“Then you are clearly not a spy.” Caolan observed.

“Bravo. You have a modicum of brains to offset your beauty,” the stranger retorted.

The words, cold as the look in the man’s eyes, would normally have made Caolan bristle with anger. However he found himself inexplicably wishing the stranger was less hostile toward him.

“What do you want?” Donal asked. Caolan recognized the brusque, assertive tones as his brother sought to take control of the situation.

“I would travel with you. These are lonely and dangerous parts. I gain company and you gain someone well-versed in the treacherous swampland through which you must pass.” The stranger spoke as if his offer was the most natural thing in the world.

“I cannot believe you would do so out of generosity.” Caolan felt unable to resist the jibe.

“That surprises me not,” the stranger countered. “Perhaps our hearts are alike. For payment…” He paused as if considering what would be suitable, yet Caolan was certain the man already knew exactly what he wanted. “Payment will be my asking the truth of you on your honor at a time of my own choosing.”

Caolan stood and stared with his mouth open but unable to formulate a reply. As if from a distance he heard Donal answer for him.

“It’s agreed.” Donal winked at him, but Caolan was certain there would be no way of telling a falsehood to this man.

“Good. Then let us break our fast. I already know your names. You may call me Traveler,” he said.

With a sinking heart Caolan sat next to Donal and accepted a plate holding a generous piece of roasted rabbit.

While his brother sat and ate his serving with gusto, Caolan’s attention was more focused on the man who now sat with his head bowed. He knew he’d never seen Traveler before, and yet there was a familiarity that made Caolan ill at ease. A niggling feeling, that Traveler was more than he seemed, made Caolan’s stomach twist into knots. Who are you really, and why do you make me feel I should know you?


About the Author

Pelaam lives in clean, green New Zealand. She is a multi-published author of gay male romance and erotica across time and space. When not writing, she indulges in her other passions of cookery and wine appreciation. She can be found on Facebook, and a full list of her published works are on Lazy Beagle Entertainment.

Book Promotion: Disappearance by Niv Kaplan

Today’s book promotion comes from Niv Kaplan and his book called  Disappearance. If you like Mysteries/Thrillers, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!


Book:  Disappearance
Author: Niv Kaplan
Mystery, Thriller


Publisher: Niv Kaplan
Release Date:


Ever Wonder What Would Happen If Your Girl Disappeared ?

Karen Glass, an American high school graduate, is visiting a Kibbutz in Northern Israel. She meets Mikki who lives in the Kibbutz and they become passionately involved. On her birthday, while they are on a tour of the Golan Heights, she suddenly disappears from Mikki’s car.

The police official investigation is abandoned under questionable circumstances; the motive for the presumed kidnapping is unknown and Karen’s fate remains a mystery.

Three years later, during an Israeli military raid into Southern Lebanon, a special-forces unit stumbles upon a photo of Karen at the time of her kidnapping. Mikki alerts Karen’s sister Lisa, and together they begin a perilous journey across three continents searching for clues that will shed light on the mystery.

They uncover a dark family secret that undermines a plot to prevent a global enterprise from developing illegal weapons….

“DISAPPEARANCE” will capture you instantly, keep you on your toes and leave you speculating until the final minute…..




I want to thank Niv Kaplan for allowing me to promote his book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Disappearance!


Book Promotion: Cedar Woman (The Cedar Woman Saga) by Debra Shiveley Welch

Today’s book promotion comes from Debra Shiveley Welch and her book called Cedar Woman (The Cedar Woman Saga). If you like Fiction, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!


Book:  Cedar Woman (The Cedar Woman Saga)
Author: Debra Shiveley Welch


Publisher: Debra Shiveley Welch
Release Date:


Winner of the Best Native American Fiction Award 2011, Cedar Woman is a powerful book filled with courage, romance and the beliefs, ceremonies and language of the Lakota Sioux.


The Author:
Debra Shiveley Welch’s Website: Here
Debra Shiveley Welch’s Twitter: Here
Debra Shiveley Welch’s Facebook: Here


Q & A:
What was the best thing about writing this book?
I thoroughly enjoyed the research into a culture that I was not acquainted with or had much knowledge of.  With the help of my sister, Julie Spotted Eagle Horse, I was able to write an authentic romance with the main characters being of Lakota decent.  I also learned some of the Lakota language, beliefs, ceremonies and philosophies.  It has been a truly remarkable journey. 

Where did you get your idea for the story?
Up until Cedar Woman, I had not written a romance.  I wanted to explore that genre and thought, Why not?  This could be very interesting and fun, not to mention educational, to write. 

Every chapter has within it something that comes from me, so many of the ideas also sprung from my experiences: powwow, the Hunkapi, Sweat Lodge, Naming and Pipe ceremonies; the regalia, music and cadence of speech.  The more I got into the book, the more I drew from my life history.

What would you tell aspiring authors out there?
If you love it, and must do it, write; write everyday.  Hone your craft and edit, edit, and then, edit.

What is your favorite book?
The Source by James A. Michener

Coffee, tea, or hot chocolate?

Anything else you would like to add?
Cedar Woman is a project I have wanted to work on for several years.  Written with the help of my adopted sister, Julie Spotted Eagle Horse Martineau, it is a book which I have thoroughly enjoyed writing.

I asked my sister to act as a consultant.  I did so because I didn’t want to write about the sacred things which are not supposed to be written about and I wanted to write about those which I could with utmost authenticity.  I also wanted to make sure that I represented the Lakota people with the deepest respect and honor.

Within Cedar Woman you will find many words of the Lakota Sioux.  Pronunciation and meaning is included the first time each word is used.  There are three dialects in the Lakota language and no standardized spelling.   I have chosen the spelling and pronunciation of these words in keeping with the dialect of my sister, Julie Spotted Eagle Horse Martineau, who is of the Lakota Plains Native Americans.

Powwow is described in detail, as well as the various forms of regalia, etiquette, music, and as with any ethnic festival – the food!

My son and I have attended the Muddy River Powwow for many years, and in doing so, have come to know and love our adopted family;  they have brought us much joy.  This book was written to honor them.

I hope you enjoy Cedar Woman.

Toksa Ake Wakan Tanka Nici Un – Walk With God  


I want to thank Debra Shiveley Welch for allowing me to promote her book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Cedar Woman (The Cedar Woman Saga)!

Book Promotion: The Eagle’s Secret by Erez Aharoni

Today’s book promotion comes from Erez Aharoni and his book called The Eagle’s Secret. If you like Mysteries or Thrillers, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!


Book: The Eagle’s Secret
Author: Erez Aharoni
Mystery, Thriller

Publisher: Erez Aharoni
Format: ebook
Release Date:

Ido Barnea, a non-typical Israeli combat pilot, is flying a routine night flight over the Negev desert when suddenly his reliable Skyhawk jet fighter starts to vibrate uncontrollably and finally crashes, forcing Ido to eject at the last possible second. At that exact moment, in the heart of Brussels, a young girl is kidnapped. What is the connection between those two incidents? Who is behind them?
Accused of betrayal, Ido is forced into a fast-paced dizzying chase in order to clear his name. Naama Sharon, a beautiful Mossad agent is sent after him, and the two encounter powerful arms dealers, cynical terrorists and corrupted army officers. In their struggle, they discover that the two mysterious incidents hide a deplorable crime.

I want to thank Erez Aharoni for allowing me to promote his book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read The Eagle’s Secret!


Promo: When Dark Falls by Pippa Jay

when dark falls

When Dark Falls…she rises…

In a city where Dark Technologies Inc. now runs the show, Kadie Williams has more immediate concerns than the fall of Blaze, their guardian superhero. Almost every morning for the last few months she’s woken up with cuts and bruises on her body and no idea how she got them. There are no nightmares. No evidence that she sleepwalks or any sign of a break in. And nothing to tell her who’s been cleaning up after her. As just one of thousands of civilians conscripted to slave away in the labs of Professor Dark, she knew there’d be trouble ahead. But she never expected it to be so bad, or so personal.

Desperate for answers, Kadie looks to the new defender of the night, the only person who can hinder the total domination of Professor Dark—Nocturnelle. The mysterious vigilante superhero came from nowhere with her cybernetic sidekick Shadow, set on putting an end to the brutality of Dark’s regime. But as his laboratories work on a new secret super-weapon, Nocturnelle and Shadow may not be enough to save Nephopolis…or to save Kadie either.


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Nocturnelle perched on the carved griffin statue decorating the tower’s cornerstone, with hundreds of feet of empty space between her and the ground below. Her second skin felt tight. It was a familiar sensation and yet always the first thing she noticed on waking, as if her body needed to remind her of the fact. She stretched and her outer skin crackled like leather. She flexed her fingers, the delicate oh-so-white digits a stark contrast to her black arms. Silver lines marked her left forearm, and she frowned at them. She was meant to be impervious to blades and bullets, and yet somehow, not too long ago, she must have injured herself.

As she rose, her skin creaked. She stretched again, and then tugged her hands through her hair, pulling the thick swathe of black silk from her face and knotting it at the back. Darkest Night forbid it should get in her way. The second skin pressed tight against her forehead, running around her eyes and mouth, cradling her chin. She ran her fingers around the edges, tracing the outline. Perfect. Her body tingled as though electricity danced in her veins, and she smiled. Breathed in the evening air. This was her time.

Viscous and reeking, the night sky hung over the city of Art Deco towers and buildings like an oil-slick. Behind her, the metallic chinking of the cloudburner cooling after a day spent scorching the sky ticked away the seconds like a clock.


The deep male voice sent a shiver down her back, and she turned. “Ah, my faithful Shadow. Ready for another night-time jaunt?”

A figure stepped out of the shadows to join her. He matched her for height; his whipcord frame clad in a charcoal-colored armor vest, black combats, and a hip-length military jacket. When the rooftop lights hit his face, the chiseled jawline showed; his skin a dark tan. He wore a mask over his eyes, but his teeth gleamed white when he smiled. And when he smiled, something inside Nelle set her heart racing.

“Ready and set, Nelle.”

“Excellent.” She nodded to him. As one they yanked grapple hooks with lines from their belts and tossed them toward the spire of girders that surmounted every tower run by Dark. The auto-clamps engaged on contact, grasping the metal post tight in unrelenting jaws. Nelle jumped from the rooftop first, and gravity snatched the air from her chest.

Floor after floor of lit apartment windows rushed by her, as dizzying as the wind whipping through her hair. The jolt as she hit the cable’s end made her laugh. She let loose an exultant cry as she swung in a graceful arc around the edges of the tower and the rotund shape of one of Dark’s airships cruised toward her.


About the Author

After spending twelve years working as an Analytical Chemist in a Metals and Minerals laboratory, Pippa Jay is now a stay-at-home mum who writes scifi and the supernatural. Somewhere along the way a touch of romance crept into her work and refused to leave. In between torturing her plethora of characters, she spends the odd free moment playing guitar very badly, punishing herself with freestyle street dance, and studying the Dark Side of the Force. Although happily settled in the historical town of Colchester in the UK with her husband of 21 years and three little monsters, she continues to roam the rest of the Universe in her head.

Pippa Jay is a dedicated member of the Science Fiction Romance Brigade, blogging at Spacefreighters Lounge, Adventures in Scifi, and Romancing the Genres. Her works include a YA science fiction novel—Gethyon—published through BURST (Champagne Books), a scifi romance novella—Tethered—published by Breathless Press, a YA paranormal romance—Restless In Peaceville—published by Lycaon Press, four self-published short stories (Terms & Conditions Apply, The Bones of the Sea, Reboot and Hallow’s Eve), and she’s one of eight authors included in a science fiction romance anthology—Tales from the SFR Brigade. She’s also a double SFR Galaxy Award winner, been a finalist in the Heart of Denver RWA Aspen Gold Contest (3rd place), and the GCC RWA Silken Sands Star Awards (2nd place).

You can stalk her at her website, or at her blog, but without doubt her favorite place to hang around and chat is on Twitter as @pippajaygreen. You can also find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, and Wattpad



Book Promotion: White Pine: My Year as a Lumberjack and a River Rat by Caroline Akervik

Today’s book promotion comes from Caroline Akervik and her book called White Pine: My Year as a Lumberjack and a River Rat. If you like Young Adult Historical Fiction novels, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!

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Book: White Pine: My Year as a Lumberjack and a River Rat
Author: Caroline Akervik
Young Adult Historical Fiction

Publisher: Fire and Ice, an Imprint of Melange Books
Format: Paperback, ebook
Release Date:

White Pine is an historical fiction set in the nineteenth century. After Sevy Anderson’s father breaks his leg in a sawmill accident, the fourteen-year-old must take his place with the rough and tumble lumberjacks and river rats who harvest the white pine forests of Wisconsin. The men of the Northwoods live hard and on the edge, and Sevy must prove his courage and his worth in the company of legends.

Will he become the man he so longs to be?

Will the other men ever accept him?

And will he even survive his first winter in the Northwoods?


The Author:
Caroline Akervik’s Blog: Here
Caroline Akervik’s Facebook: Here
Caroline Akervik’s Twitter: Here


Q & A:

The best thing about writing this book?
The best thing about writing this book was that I learned so much about the 1880s in Wisconsin and that I can share that knowledge with my children and my students.

Where did you get your idea for this story?
This story was inspired by the Wisconsin Northwoods and the adventurous spirit of the lumberjacks.

What would you tell aspiring writers out there?
Don’t give up. Keep writing and be open to the inspiration in the world around you.

What is your favorite book?
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Coffee, Tea, or Hot Chocolate?

Anything else that you would like to add?
I am also the author of a YA horse story, A Horse Named Viking.


I want to thank Caroline Akervik for allowing me to promote her book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read White Pine: My Year as a Lumberjack and a River Rat!


Book Promotion: Life Is but a Dream (Million Dreams) by Marcia Wieder

Today’s book promotion comes from Marcia Wieder and her book called Life Is but a Dream (Million Dreams). If you like Self-Help book, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!


Book: Life Is but a Dream (Million Dreams)
Author: Marcia Wieder


Publisher: Storymerchant
Format: ebook
Release Date:


Wise Techniques for an Inspirational Journey

To live a joyful and fulfilling life, we must be in touch with our dreams and our desires. Rather than focusing on attaining more possessions, here is a guide for tapping into a deeper peace and true happiness. Follow this step-by-step life changing process for reclaiming what matters to you most. You can have a great and rich life, without compromising on the quality of how you want to live! With much less effort than perhaps you realize, you can actually have more — more time, more money, more love, more joy and freedom. Most important, you can have ease in your life.

Through simple and straight-forward techniques, you will learn to live a more fulfilling life, without any extra effort. As Marcia Wieder explains, dreams are essential for our ultimate happiness. “In a dream, it doesn’t matter if you know how to make it happen or if you even believe it’s possible. It is the process of dreaming that will help you expand beyond being realistic.”

Do you want to live the life you have always dreamed of? This book will show you how. It will help you learn to trust yourself implicitly. You will know in your heart and soul that anything is possible.

The Million Dreams series is dedicated to helping you make your dreams come true.


I want to thank Marcia Wieder for allowing me to promote her book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Life Is but a Dream (Million Dreams)!