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Jacqueline E. Smith {Showcase}

Jackie

I haven’t done this for awhile, so I figured changing up the usual day wouldn’t matter. In the Indie author realm, there are thousands of us. We float around hoping to gather enough people clutching for our stories or our experiences. Jackie is one of those people that if you’re lucky, you happen upon because some day, she’s going to be nationally famous.

On top of a positive spirit, Jackie is one of those creative geniuses that take a story and not have to confine it to one genre. Her stories add mystery, intrigue, paranormal, humor and a smidge of romance. Acting through her own publishing company of Wind Trail Publishing, she is working on a third installment to a very popular Cemetery Tours Series.

If anyone has had the pleasure or reading or chatting with her, you know Jackie is an awesome lady and I hope for her continued success in this business where we float into one another, all thankful when one of our own does well as we strive to fill those same expectations.

Buy Her Books!!
Cemetery Tours

Between Worlds (Cemetery Tours) (Volume 2)

Places to Find Jacqueline Smith

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CemeteryTour…
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/sho…
Blog: http://jackiesmith114.wordpress.com/
Pinterest: pinterest.com/windtrailpub/
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Jacqueline-E.-S…
Tumblr: http://jacquelinesmithauthor.tumblr.com
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jacquelin…
Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Jacqueli…

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Shannon A. Thompson {Showcase}

This Thursday’s showcase can truly go to none other than Shannon A. Thompson. Mainly, Shannon has been a blogging/author inspiration to me in different forms AND she also has a new release available today. Yes, TODAY! Seconds Before Sunrise is the sequel in her Timely Death Trilogy and I am certain is going to draw twice as much attention.

When most authors get above 5,000 followers, let alone above 10K, the responses and replies get fairly limited or sporadic at best. Shannon has amused my questions and responded to every email I’ve sent her, thankfully! A published author since the young age of 16, Shannon continues to foster stories and work toward a personal goal of opening an affordable art school (help her out).

So, go buy her books and if nothing else, check out her site. I have peppered various links below for your amusement:

Amazon

GoodReads

WordPress

Facebook

Twitter: @ShanAshleeT23

Instagram

YouTube

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I may have gotten link happy…


 

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Jeyna Grace {Showcase}

This Thursday, I am showcasing one of my very first bloggers that I actually followed. Jeyna Grace is a fabulous author and blogger, releasing weekly posts of her work. She has a wonderful fan faction piece for Harry Potter (CHECK IT OUT). Additionally, she releases periodic short stories and has recently started one entitled Battle for Oz: Exitium. Oh, did I mention she is currently offering the first of this series for free?? (Better CLICK HERE)

Check out her page for all the wonderfulness she provides and, as always, you can thank me later. (Oddly enough, nobody ever thanks me…)

I’ll throw this out to the Twitterverse as well since it links back to free stuff. Oh and she’s awesome, let’s not forget that.


 

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Deidra Alexander {Showcase}

Blood Guardian.

The link above will take you to this week’s Showcase Blogger. I’ve gone through many tabs at Deidra’s site and love her drive as well as her ideas. Very entertaining teasers making me want to read the full book. I hope you will take the time to give her a look and you can thank me later!

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Brittany Foster {Showcase}

This Thursday’s showcase is featuring Brittany Foster. She’s a Wordsmith, it even says so on her blog. Brittany is very talented at writing, editing, blogging and marketing. This post of hers below was a great one and I couldn’t help sharing because it made me think back to my first “actual” book. Follow her along her own journey and thank me later!

Quoth The Wordsmith

4680_81036482638_4835733_n I remember my first hardcover vividly. It was around my seventh or eighth birthday, and I was staying at my grandparent’s house for the weekend, as usual. I am a child of spring, so that day the heavy warm breeze tousled the tulips and confetti bushes that sit below the old wood-framed windows and that grasp at your legs as you walk by. The sun was high and bright. One of those suns that makes water sparkle like diamonds and grass shimmer like a field of emeralds. I was a flower child, tasting the wind and taking life from the budding trees and using it to fuel my passion for making decadent mudpies.

My grandfather called me over to the basement door and, swirling and twirling, I obeyed. My grandfather (Pips, to me), is a tall man with black hair and authoritative eyebrows. He has a black mustache that sits just…

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