Thursday, 3 April 2014

Special Announcement!! Our Own Brand of Heroine: 8 full-length novels from 8 amazing authors for just $3.99!! #RAINN

Have you seen this amazing anthology yet?
It just hit today and it is filled with 8 full-length novels from 8 amazing authors!
All of the proceeds benefit RAINN: America's largest anti-sexual assault organization!
You can get 8 full-length novels for just $3.99 right now.
Grab your copy today and benefit this great cause!
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For the first time ever, eight best-selling and award winning paranormal authors offer eight novels of fantasy, mystery, friendship, and love. Every woman has an enemy to fight and a story to tell. This is 'Our Brand of Heroine.'

 All proceeds from this anthology will be donated to RAINN: The nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization
and one of "America's 100 Best Charities" according to Worth magazine.

Darkride by Laura Bradley Rede

 Mortal Obligation by Nichole Chase

 Shifting Dreams by Elizabeth Hunter

 Existence by Abbi Glines

 Providence by Jamie McGuire

 Pure & Sinful by Killian McRae

 Dead Celeb by Michelle Scott

 Telesa by Lani Wendt Young

Here's what Elizabeth Hunter had to say about this anthology:

 "Our Own Brand of Heroine is a compilation of eight (yes, EIGHT) full length novels, each with a unique heroine that tells her own story. Women in fantasy aren’t always represented in the best light. They can be stereotyped or fetishized. What we wanted to do with this anthology was create a diverse cast of paranormal heroines who represent many different aspects of women in paranormal romance and urban fantasy.

 They’re kickass and scared. They’re funny and serious. Brave and vulnerable. Some you’d want to be your best friend. Some, you might not be able to stand hanging out with for more than a half an hour. They’re not one color or one age. They’re from all over the world and have histories as diverse as their mythologies.

 They’re smart. But like us, they don’t always make the best decisions. Because, at the end of the day, what they really are is…


 See, women in fantasy shouldn’t be one thing. They should be a thousand. A million. They should be every good thing and bad thing a writer can think of. But the last thing they should be is a side note.

 We can write our own brand of heroine."

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