Wednesday, November 20, 2013

{Release Day Cover Reveal} Wants of an Incubus (Annabelle's Erotic Nightmare #1) by Ashley Hill

Today my Marine is graduating his MOS school (meaning he's all done with his training and being stationed in our state!) so since this book is dedicated to him (he doesn't know yet, I'm going to surprise him when I see him in December!) I wanted it to be published on this day, November 20. I worked my ass off editing it, my eyes are now crossed haha. But it's finally perfect (for me, I know I can't please everybody!) and in time for this special day for my Marine!
I'm so excited and a bundle of nerves, so I'd like to finally present to you guys my latest series...
Annabelle's Erotic Nightmare
Wants of an Incubus, is the first in this two part series and it came at me in a surprise! Never knew I'd ever write erotic haha. But here it is and again, I'm a bundle of nerves because this is truly a first for me.
So without farther ado, I present to you the cover to my second baby! 
Wants of an Incubus (Annabelle's Erotic Nightmare #1) by Ashley Hill
Publication Date: November 20, 2013
Genre: New Adult Paranormal Erotic
Nineteen year old Annabelle hasn’t seen her boyfriend in months, let alone heard his own voice. One night her emotions take over and she can’t help but think of him. When sleep comes, so does her boyfriend. But it’s only a dream, right?

Deep down, she knows that this one night stand with the love of her life is but a dream. However the next morning she’s in for a shock.

Those nagging feelings she had while with her dream Henry may have been real, telling her that that dream might actually have been a nightmare after all. A nightmare where she may have bonded her soul to a creature that goes bump in the night.

With the help of her mother, who’s a witch by the way and in more ways than one, her talking cat and her unwanted desires towards the nightmare that looks like her Henry, Annabelle will have to defeat the demon that has now crept into her life.

Readers 18+ for sexual Content
Approximately 10,000 words

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~About The Author~

Ashley  Hill

In the last year I’ve discovered the dreams I had aren’t what I really want. I wanted to open a book store but in reality I’d rather spend my time writing them instead of going to school to learn how to sell them.

I’ve learnt that finding a job is great but finding one you have a true passion for is so much better. So instead of trying to go for the norm I’m working hard on kick starting my writing career now instead of later.

I’ve also found a new dream, my boyfriend. He motivates and supports me to no end, he brings me to life in a way I didn’t think possible. Now I’m accomplishing the impossible with the most amazing guy by my side.

All you really need to know is that I’m stubborn and will go after my dreams even though all odds are against me, even though I don’t have everyone’s full support. It’s just one more thing that motivates me. 

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Sunday, October 20, 2013

What's been going on in The Harvesters Blog Tour!

So if you're a returning visitor then you know the awesomesauce job I did to get this month long tour going with the help of amazing bloggers! 
If not, then long story short, I paid someone to put this together. It was originally schedule to start in August but then the hostess had to push it back cause she didn't have enough bloggers (yet I gave her 2 months to do that). But whatever, I get how life and other things can take us away from this world, so I was cool. Until the reschedule time came up and I haven't heard from her in a month. She fell of the face of the earth and me ripped off.
So, I Wonder Woman it and put together a month long tour in just 2 in a half days thanks to all the caring bloggers! If it wasn't for them then this would have never happened. I love them all dearly because of this! And I'm grateful that some of the bloggers that signed up for the first scheduled one came along the ride for this one! I'm so grateful and I just can't ever stop saying thank you! 
Putting together this blog tour was fun and empowering to say the least haha. So now that the new visitors know my story, let's see what's been going on in the tour so far. I'm having a blast, by the way!
I'm only showing up to Oct. 18 cause for Oct. 19-20, those host have yet to put up theirs. But don't worry they'll be up soon and they'll be in the other update.
Okay, enjoy! :)
~October 1~
Emma’s Ramblings onSupernatural Fiction- Book Spotlight, Excerpt, Guest Post "She's Missing Her Brain" about how this scary cover came to be! I'm sure you guys are just dying to know!
~October 2~
Turning Pages- Interview, find out if any of my characters or their personalities are based on real people I know or what inspired me to become an author....
~October 3~
After Dark Rendezvous- Review, Trina says "The Harvesters was an extremely quick read, not just because it frightened the hell out of me but because I couldn’t read it fast enough to find out what happens to Jason and Ashley." & "The Harvesters is not for the faint of heart..."
~October 4~
Ramblings on Readings- Review, 3 stars from Jessica with some funny GIF's and " You may be thinking, hmm…short story, not a whole lot must happen…WRONG. This book would be the climactic scene of a full-length novel or movie."
~October 5~
Reading... Dreaming- Review, Giveaway, 4 stars from Ruty "Ashley the main character is quite brave and she really kicks some asses" & "It is a fast story with a high level of adrenaline and action with great descriptions of the surroundings."
~October 6~
Bookfever- Top Five Facts, Stephanie reviewed The Harvesters back in June giving it 4 fangs you can find the link on this post along with some facts like "I met my first boyfriend (my one and only) in college, we're still happily together"
~October 7~
Be The Spark- Review, Jaimie Admans says, "Creepy children, action, drama, peril, it has all the right ingredients for a horror story! I liked the change of viewpoint between characters half way through, that was a clever switch, and kept things interesting!"

Sun Mountain Reviews- Guest Post "Why my main gal has the same name as me" pretty much explains itself haha
~October 8~
Oops! I Read A Book Again- Guest Post "My Muse My Power" me talking about what empowers me!
~October 9~
A Cauldron of Books- Book Spotlight
~October 10~
Writing Dreams- Top Five Facts, Excerpt, Book Spotlight- "I'm deadly afraid of spiders!"
~October 11~
Stacy Claflin, Author- Interview, Giveaway, "see what I'm working on now"
~October 12~
Sharing Links and Wisdom- Review, Top Five Facts, "I'm the quietest person you'll ever meet"
~October 13~
I Read Indie- Interview, "See what my guilty pleasure is" & "what my favorite season is"
~October 14~
Indy Book Fairy- Book Spotlight, Interview "Do I have a process" & "What's my favorite genre to write"
~October 15~
A Place on the Bookshelf- Excerpt, Guest Post, Giveaway, "How I got the writing bug"
~October 16~
Out of the Blue- Review, Alessandra says "This is a very fast-paced story. It's 30 pages full of action."
~October 17~
Book2Buzz- Review, Giveaway, Excerpt, Top Five Facts- Jovon says "The Harvesters was scary! Like the Hills Have Eyes, Jeepers Creepers scary!" best compliment ever haha.
~October 18~
Danita Minnis- Guest Post "Why horror" learn why I like to write it haha

Thanks so much everyone! I really appreciate it! <3

Friday, October 18, 2013

Welcome to my new journey!

My dad pointed out to me that whenever I get a review request or a chance to help promote a book for an author, that's when I truly light up. That's when he can see an over flow of joy in my eyes. And he's right, I love helping to promote books and doing reviews for authors.

I'm at the crossroads in life, still trying to find my way, and because of that he suggested I try to find some way to turn this joy into a profit. Into a way where I can make a living doing something I truly love! So here I am. I've been thinking about starting this touring company for a while now but him saying that to me pushed me to finally jump head first.

Since I don't have a "day job" if you order a request from me you'll have my full attention. I get a thrill out of this so I promise to make this the best experience ever! Plus I'm an indie author myself so I know how it feels when we're selling an arm and a leg just to promote a book that hardly cost that much to publish in the first place, so here I promise you'll find the most affordable prices with very effective services!

Cheapest: Reviews only tour: $10/for 1 week & Expensive: A Possession Tour: $45/for 4 weeks

Along with me Jaimie Admans, author of Afterlife Academy and Not Pretty Enough, is going to join me along this journey by being my banner designer for all tours and book blasts. I'm so glad to be working with her and I'm excited for you guys as she's an amazing designer!

So let's get going and have some fun!

My Stats for- Paranormal Sisters
Monthly Page views average 10,000+
GFC- 100+
Twitter- 1,000+
I work hard on my blog and I’ll work just as hard to help promote your books!
P.S If you're fans of my book reviewing blog, I promise this will not get in the way. Along with my writing. These are all the things I love so they'll have my attention no matter what! They already take over my life haha so I doubt this new amazing adventure of mine will get in my way of reviewing or writing!
I've already got a Twitter up for this site, I hope to soon have a Facebook page for up y'all!
To join tours, reveals, or blasts you don't have to sign up as a tour host. However if you like to so you can be the first to know about the latest stuff then sign up here Bloggers and Authors are welcome!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
I can't wait to get started for y'all!

Monday, September 23, 2013

A personal Thank You

First I just want to say thank you to everybody! Thank you to all those who spread the word and thank you to all those who kindly offered your help to my need.
So, to say the least I'm excited to say I got not just 31 bloggers in two in a half days but I've gotten 34 bloggers!
Yeah, I'm excited and so grateful!
My first personal thank you goes out to Diantha Jones for posting her rant about unprofessionalism. If it wasn't for that post I may have never had the courage to write my own and this blog tour may not have done as well or might not ever have happened. So, thank you girl for helping me out!
Next goes to Jaimie Admans for making such an awesome Blog Tour Banner! She was so generous and I'm so grateful that she took time out of her day to do it for me. Thank you so much, I truly love it!
Third thank you goes to Jovon @ Book2Buzz for constantly tweeting about the sign ups for my blog tour. And I mean constantly! haha. That means so much to me and it always put a smile on my face every time I got a notification about her tweeting. That was so sweet of you, thank you!  
Another on goes out to Kristin @ Better Read Than Dead for emailing me an apology even though you shouldn't have to apologize for Catie's wrong doings. But nonetheless, I truly appreciate it. So thank you for going out of your way to right all of Catie's wrongs and I really hope she doesn't hurt your name.
Then I want to thank the people I contacted and they all jumped at the gun, offering all the help they could offer. Even the ones that don't normally do blog tours, thank you E. Van Lowe. I felt like I was bothering all you guys yet you were there to help and I'm so grateful for you guys showing your support towards me. Thank you with a big bear hug!!
All 34 of you guys helped show me how truly great this community is and it just makes my heart beat a little bit faster. It shows me that I'm at the right place and that I feel like I truly belong. So thank you guys for making me feel this way. Also, thank you to all those that signed up for the blog tour in the first place and coming back to help out with this one. It all means a lot! :)
I love you guys and I'm sure by now you're all pretty tired of hearing this.....well, reading this but Thank You!!
Again thank you and thank you to all those that offered more than just wanting to sign, for going one step farther. If I need help I will most definitely go to you guys!
So, I have to say now is.....Let's have a rocking tour!
I'll be sending out the special request of Interviews, Guest Post, and Top Five Facts out during this week. I want you all to have them before the tour begins so this can go as smoothly as possible :)
So, Thanks again and see you guys soon!

Saturday, September 21, 2013

The Harvesters Blog Tour Schedule

Hey Everybody,
I just wanted to thank all of you for banding together and helping this indie author out. It means so much to me that tomorrow I'll be posting a Personal Thank You, to thank all of you and then some! :) 
You guys Freaking Rock!
Okay, onto the schedule-
If you need me to move you, just let me know if anything changes
~October 1~
Emma’s Ramblings onSupernatural Fiction- Book Spotlight, Excerpt, Guest Post
~October 2~
Turning Pages- Interview
~October 3~
~October 4~
~October 5~
Reading... Dreaming- Review, Giveaway
~October 6~
Bookfever- Top Five Facts
~October 7~
Be The Spark- Review
~October 8~
~October 9~
A Cauldron of Books- Book Spotlight
~October 10~
Writing Dreams- Top Five Facts, Excerpt, Book Spotlight
~October 11~
Stacy Claflin, Author- Interview, Giveaway
~October 12~
Sharing Links andWisdom- Review, Top Five Facts
~October 13~
I Read Indie- Interview
~October 14~
Indy Book Fairy- Book Spotlight, Interview
~October 15~
A Place on the Bookshelf- Review, Guest Post, Giveaway
~October 16~
~October 17~
Book2Buzz- Review, Interview, Giveaway, Excerpt, Top Five Facts
~October 18~
Danita Minnis- Guest Post
~October 19~
~October 20~
~October 21~
Darian Wilk- Review
~October 22~
~October 23~
GingerRead Reviews- Top Five Facts
~October 24~
DJ's Book Corner- Interview
~October 25~
Fuonlyknew- Review, Book Spotlight, Giveaway
~October 26~
Lovely Reads- Review, Guest Post
~October 27~
Wicca Witch 4 BookBlog- Book Spotlight, Review, Top Five Facts
~October 28~
Amber Daulton Author- Book Spotlight
~October 29~
~October 30~
E’s Blog- Guest Post
~October 31~
Dalene's Book Reviews- Interview, Giveaway
Again, thank you guys so much! You're the best!

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Blog Tour Invite: The Harvesters (Harvesting Series #1) by Ashley Hill

My awesome author friend, Jaimie Admans , created this for me! 
So, since my paid tour host bailed, I'm putting my own tour together. Want to know more about that then go here, Wasted Money and Unprofessionalism Sucks!

It's going to run between October 1st through October 31st. This isn't a reviews only tour so if you don't feel like reviewing but would love to help out, well don't worry, we've got fun stuff for you too! Guest posts, Interviews, Excerpts, Top Five Facts, Book Spotlights, and Giveaways. Choose your pickings y'all. I've already got 17 people, so I only need 13 more. Thank you so much to all that have signed up already! :D
The Harvesters (Harvesting Series #1)
The Harvesters (Harvesting Series #1) by Ashley Hill
Publication Date: November 28th 2012
Genre: YA/NA Horror
Pages: 30
When she finds her boyfriend shackled to a white metal table Ashley feared for the worse.

On a small trip of dropping off a package for Jason’s father, the young couple never thought they would be running for their lives. Running away from supposedly friends whom in turned to be a family of harvesters.

Human harvesters and they are looking for something specific. And Ashley just might be the perfect match for that something.


Sunday, March 24, 2013

The Harvesters (Harvesting Series #1) Excerpt 2


The Harvesters (Harvesting Series #1) by Ashley Hill
Publication Date: November 27th 2012
Genre: YA Horror
Pages: 29

When she finds her boyfriend shackled to a white metal table Ashley feared for the worse.

On a small trip of dropping off a package for Jason’s father, the young couple never thought they would be running for their lives. Running away from supposedly friends whom in turned to be a family of harvesters.

Human harvesters and they are looking for something specific. And Ashley just might be the perfect match for that something.
Thinking on my feet, I make a fake lead by opening up the basement door then I head into the kitchen. In the kitchen, I went straight for the stove. Looking over my shoulders, checking to see if the guy was coming, I twist the stove’s knobs to turn on the gas.
A pop and in moments blazes of fire come forth, showing all six burners were working. Smiling in satisfaction, I twist on my heels and scan the room for a weapon. Seeing nothing in plain sight, I start to go through drawers.
Finding a drawer full of knives, I pick up the biggest and closest to grab. Pulling it out, the long, rusty, square butcher knife felt good in my hand. Running a finger along the blade, I knew it would be sharp enough to cause damage.
Perceiving a truck leaving the grounds, afterwards a shotgun going off towards it, I slam the drawer close and look up. Waiting for the father to come in after me. Slowly, I walk along the kitchen island and look down the doorway, towards the front of the house.
The front door slammed open, revealing a muttering middle aged man. Holding the shotgun, barrel of two, he walks to the foyer table and pulls on the drawers forcefully. As he went through them, I ducked behind the wall of the stairwell.
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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

The Harvesters Excerpts

The Harvesters (Harvesting Series #1) by Ashley Hill
Publication Date: Nov. 27, 2012
Genre: YA Horror
Pages: 29


When she finds her boyfriend shackled to a white metal table Ashley feared for the worse.

On a small trip of dropping off a package for Jason’s father, the young couple never thought they would be running for their lives. Running away from supposedly friends whom in turned to be a family of harvesters.

Human harvesters and they are looking for something specific. And Ashley just might be the perfect match for that something.

Hi, guys! I thought I finally drop a post about my book and in this post I'm giving you a little look see. So, I hope you enjoy this little preview of mine! Also, if you enjoy it so much please spread the word.


Chapter One
Jason…” I whispered down into the cold, dark basement.
Listening but I heard nothing in response. Turning, I then looked up to the basement door making sure no one came up from behind.
Taking the last few wooden steps down, I call out his name again, “Jason?”
This time I caught someone muffling my name. Twisting my neck I see a small hallway behind me, lining the side of the stairwell. Stepping to the left side of the railing I spot a poorly lit room, with Jason lying flat on his back.
Running towards him I got a closer look at the place and his situation. An unfinished room, two by fours creating a wall with plastic sheets hanging from the ceiling, in front of me. And Jason was in the middle of it all, placed on top of a white metal table.
Getting to his side I clench my fingers around the edge of the table, stopping myself and look down at him. Scanning his body from head to toe, he had metal shackles bounding his hands and feet while duct tape was keeping him from speaking.
Going for the duct tape, I squeeze my eyes shut and whisper, “Sorry.” then rip it off. Before he could cry out I clamp a hand down to his lips and reopen my eyes. Seeing tears water up, I let go and whip the tape off of my fingertips, letting it fall besides him on the table.
Moving onto the metal shackles around his wrists I ask him, “Anything hurt? How’d they get you? Where are they? How many? I lost count.” in one big mumble. I was trying not to fumble over my words when the shackles started to tear at my fingertips, causing them to bleed.
Ignoring most of the questions he answered, “No, not anything majorly hurting.” seeing what was happening to my fingers he spoke, “You’ll have to find something to unlock them with.”
Agreeing, I look around the room but all I saw were surgical tools. “Don’t see anything that could help.”, but get a different opinion when I catch sight on a crowbar in a pile of crates, by the frame of a soon to be wall.
Sprinting for it, I clasp my hand around it then go back to working on the shackle around his right wrist. Prying it underneath and above his hand I was in the process of bending it, trying to make it a little bigger so he could slip out.
Getting it to work but slowly, “Come on.” I breathed tiredly.
That’s good. You’re almost there.” The last effort, it moved up and he was able to squirm his hand free.
“Okay, next one.” Leaning over him I move my efforts on his left wrist. But before I could get started, my eyes were magnetized by the little red mark on the inside of his arm.
“They drugged you.” I state, looking over the needle mark while caressing it with my fingers, them leaving trails of blood around it.
“Ash, forget it!” he demanded, “Just focus on getting me out of here.”
Nodding, I force the metal shackle to bend under my will.
Feeling like I was getting close to finishing this one, I got the sense that we weren’t alone anymore. Looking over my shoulder, the swift of my movement caused the scarred man behind us to throw his axe towards my face.
Quickly ducking, I fall to the ground while taking grip on the table. Hearing the axe get stuck into the wall on the other side, I slyly crane my neck to see what he was going to do next.
Greasy, dirt matted hair covered my face from his view but I watch him perfectly as he walks around, on our left, going for the wall mounted axe.
Holding my breath shakily, I pull myself up and continued to work with freeing Jason, but don’t think for one second that I took my eyes off of the guy.
Immediately getting his left hand out, he jumps into a sitting position and takes the crowbar out of my hands, pushing me away from the table.
“Go!” he yelled.
“No!” I screamed back. I started to say something else but the sound of the scarred man getting his axe free choked me up.
Moving my eyes franticly from him and the crowbar Jason stole from me, I dive for it.
“No.” Jason rips it out of my reach and shoves against my chest, aiming me towards the way out.
The man started to move closer to me, going around the table end where Jason’s feet were still shackled down.
Biting my lip, I whimper out, “No.” Giving one last look towards Jason then shoot off, down the hallway towards the stairs.
Reaching the stairs, I take hold of the railing and begin to swing myself up the steps when lightening flashed and a silhouette of a small boy came into view. Freezing, I saw him take in a deep breath then begin to charge my way,
“No you don’t!” he shouted over the storm that was going on outside.
Pulling my frame up the stairs, I caught a lash as he swung a knife for me,.....
Again, I hoped you enjoyed this small part of chapter one!
Happy Reading Everybody!