Tuesday 31 March 2015

Release Launch + Review: House of Ravens by Karpov Kinrade + Grab Court of Nightfall for ONLY #99cents!!

The Nightfall Chronicles

USA TODAY bestselling author Karpov Kinrade defied genre convention with Court of Nightfall.
Now, they continue the epic saga of Scarlett Night, a rebel torn between two identities, in House of Ravens.
If you're a fan of fantasy, urban fantasy, superheroes or just love a great story filled with action, adventure, love, betrayal, friendship, secrets and lies, then you'll enjoy The Nightfall Chronicles.

(Book 2, The Nightfall Chronicles)

You think you know the path to victory? Then tell me how you'll win.

Will you buy triumph with gold and favors? Will you marshal armies and trade in blood? Or will you be the hand in the dark, your fingers on the strings? Whatever you decide, know this. If you put the innocent at risk...

You will answer to me.

I am the keeper of secrets and the teller of lies. I am the shadow of death and the bringer of light. I will become a Knight of the First.

And the Orders will crumble.


Thrilling from start to finish, this multifaceted story took all of my favorite aspects from a number of different genres and combined them into one heart-breaking but kick ass read. It was like a mashup of some of my most loved series', including the likes of Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and The Night Watchmen series, but with its own unique qualities that made it stand out from the rest. I loved everything about it.

While book one was a great introduction to Scarlett, the Orders, and the Nephilim war, I enjoyed how this book gave me more insight into the goings on in Castle V and the Initiate program. It was also great to see Scarlett make some friends and for her to gain some sort of normalcy back, between all the chaos, secrets, and lies.

Although I love Jax, Kai was super amazing and sweet, once he stopped being a royal douche. And, with all the complications between Jax and Star, it was good to see her with someone who seemed to truly accept her in every way. I had to wonder though if Jax would be as accepting is she just gave him half a chance. I also had to wonder about his whereabouts throughout the story, even though I had an inkling as to where he might be, and I was glad to see I was right.

This story was a complex, twisted web of deceit, that saw alliances built on lies crumble to the ground as they destroyed Nightfall's world more than the Orders ever could. It was a constant game of cat and mouse as she fought for justice and freedom, which meant going against those she's shared a common goal with as well as those who were her enemies, proving that trust is a fickle thing.

With many surprises hidden in the pages of this book, I was constantly on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen next. But, OMG, the events at the tournament knocked the breath out of me and saw me turn into an emotional basket case. My heart was ripped from my chest, and I had to stop reading because I couldn't see past my tears.

And, then, to top it off, the Epilogue unleashed so many questions in my mind and had it working overtime. All I can say is that I need the next installment in this series, as in yesterday. Absolutely brilliant.

If you haven't read the first book in the series, Court of Nightfall, start the epic saga here.
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Release Week Blitz: Excerpt + #Giveaway: Fall With Me by Jennifer L. Armentrout

We are so excited to bring you the Release Week Blitz for Jennifer L. Armentrout's, also known as J. Lynn’s, FALL WITH ME!!


FALL WITH ME is a New Adult Contemporary Romance and is a part of Jennifer L. Armentrout’s Wait For You Series, published by Avon Romance.


We love this series and can't wait to start reading Roxy and Reece's story!

  Fall With me

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Eleven months ago, bartender and weird-shirt-wearing extraordinaire Roxy and Officer Reece Anders had a one night stand. Well, kind of. She’s been in love with him since she was fifteen, and he wishes that night they shared never happened. She’s sworn him off forever, but the past and future collide, forcing her to rely on the one man who broke her heart not once, but twice.

Her best friend since birth has been in a long-term care facility since he became a victim of a hate crime years ago, and the person who put him in there is out of prison and wanting to make amends with him and Roxy. She’s not sure she has room for forgiveness in her and when she begins to receive frightening messages and is on the receiving end of escalating violence, she thinks she knows who is to blame. The man who already destroyed one life already.

But Reece isn’t convinced. The threats are too personal, and even if Roxy doesn’t believe him, he’s not willing to let anyone hurt her. Including himself. He’s already messed up more than once when it comes to Roxy and he’s not going to let history repeat itself.
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Someone—was it Melvin?—catcalled as Reece led me down the hall, and my cheeks flushed. “Okay, heman, I can walk all by my little self.”
He cast a look over his shoulder at me as he opened the office door. “I’m sure you can.”
Then he pulled me inside.
My gaze flipped to the roses—the roses!—but before I could say a word, he closed the door and my back was pressed against it, his hands planted on either side of my head and his face right in mine. Like right there, within kissing distance.
“So, I was at my father’s place in New Jersey most of the day, and you know, he lives out near the Pine Barrens, so service is shit.”
I nodded even though I really wasn’t processing what he was saying as I was too busy staring at his mouth. Those lips, fuller on the bottom, drove me to distraction.
“I pull out of his driveway and I have all these messages from Dennis,” he continued, and I finally caught on to what he was talking about. “I honestly thought he was messing with me at first.”
I cringed. “He . . . um, he wasn’t.”
He shot me a bland look. “That much I figured out.” His hands slid on the door, stopping just shy of touching my shoulders. “What did he do to you?”
“What?” I blinked.
“What did that bastard do to make you throw a book through his windshield?”
Oh. Oh. My heart was now wiggling along with my stomach. “He really didn’t do anything. I just lost my cool. He wanted to talk to me, and I didn’t want to talk to him.”
“You don’t have to talk to him.”
“That’s what Dennis said, but I shouldn’t have damaged his car.”
A muscle flexed along his right jaw. “That’s true.” He shook his head. “Damn, Roxy, can’t say I’m surprised.”
My brows flew up. “You’re not?”
He laughed under his breath. “Babe, you’ve always had a hell of a temper on you.”
Ah, that was kind of true. “Is that a good thing or a bad thing?”
Reece cocked his head to the side. “A sexy thing, but vandalism and destruction of property doesn’t look good on you, sweets.”
“No. It doesn’t match my manicure.” I raised my hands, flashing him the blue nails.
He laughed again and then he sobered up, just like that. Cop Face was on, and yeah . . . the low coiling in my stomach told me I found Cop Face arousing. “You’re lucky. He could’ve pressed charges, and this conversation would be going in a whole different direction.”
My own half smile slipped off my face. “I know. It’s . . . I was just with Charlie, and he’s . . .” Unable to continue, I forced a casual shrug I didn’t feel. “What are you going to do with me?”
His lips parted as his chest rose with a deep breath, then his gaze dropped to my mouth, and his expression tightened. He looked . . . he looked hungry. “I have lots of ideas.”
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Author Photo# 1 NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY Bestselling author Jennifer lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia. All the rumors you’ve heard about her state aren’t true. When she’s not hard at work writing. she spends her time reading, working out, watching really bad zombie movies, pretending to write, and hanging out with her husband and her Jack Russell Loki.

Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short stories….which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She is published with Spencer Hill Press, Entangled Teen and Brazen, Disney/Hyperion and Harlequin Teen. Her book Obsidian has been optioned for a major motion picture and her Covenant Series has been optioned for TV.

She also writes adult and New Adult romance under the name J. Lynn. She is published by Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.


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Cover Reveal: First Touch by Laurelin Paige

First Touch
by Laurelin Paige
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication Date: December 22, 2015
Summary: When Emily Wayborn goes home to visit her mom while on hiatus from her hit TV show, she receives a voicemail from her former best friend, Amber. Though the two were once notorious party girls, they haven't spoken in years. Although the message might sound benign to anyone else, Amber uses a safe word that Emily recognizes, a word they always used to get out of sticky situations during their wild days. And what's more chilling than the voicemail: it turns out that Amber has gone missing.

Determined to track down her friend, Emily follows a chain of clues that lead her to the enigmatic billionaire Reeve Sallis, a hotelier known for his shady dealings and play boy reputation. Now, in order to find Amber, Emily must seduce Reeve to learn his secrets and discover the whereabouts of her friend. But as she finds herself more entangled with him, she finds she's drawn to Reeve for more than just his connection to Amber, despite her growing fear that he may be the enemy. When she's forced to choose where her loyalty lies, how will she decide between saving Amber and saving her heart?

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Laurelin Paige is the NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of the Fixed Trilogy. She's a sucker for a good romance and gets giddy anytime there's kissing, much to the embarrassment of her three daughters. Her husband doesn't seem to complain, however. When she isn't reading or writing sexy stories, she's probably singing, watching Mad Men and the Walking Dead, or dreaming of Adam Levine.

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Cover Reveal: Skin Deep by Allana Kephart & Melissa Simmons #FracturedFairyTale

Skin Deep
Fractured Fairy Tales # 1 (Standalone Series)
By- Allana Kephart & Melissa Simmons

Genre- YA/ Fairy Tale/ Fantasy

Beautiful, selfish and spoiled are the three words most commonly used to describe Princess Eliza. Common people are expendable in her world, there only to serve her needs. Betrothed to the most handsome prince in her land and adored by her father, Eliza had little thought for others or their feelings. An unkind word directed at the wrong person brings down a curse on Eliza, marring the perfection of her physical beauty making it so her outside now reflects what is within her. Horrified by her own reflection and tired of the whispers of everyone around her, Eliza flees the safety of her father’s castle, seeking out the solitude of the outlying forests.

Greysen James spends his days hunting and gathering in the forests that fall between the kingdoms. In his small no-man’s land, he owes no one fealty and he likes it that way. His life is all about keeping himself and his younger sister, Cornelia alive and fed. When Eliza comes stumbling into his path, he has two choices: let her flounder on and drag every royal guard searching for her through his forest or take her in and teach her to survive on her own. Neither option is appealing to him but once his sister meets the prickly princess, Cornelia won’t let him leave Eliza out in the cold.

Greysen finds himself at odds with the princess almost immediately; he can’t stomach her entitled attitude. As far as he can tell, Eliza has no grasp on the true realities of life outside the castle and she isn’t overly fond of Greyson’s seeming indifference to her. With Cornelia urging them to coexist they’re finally forced into a grudging respect for one another.

Can Greysen help Eliza change her ways before it’s too late? Or will she learn that her beauty really was always just skin deep?

Release Launch Promo: Where Sea Meets Sky by Karina Halle


A new adult novel that perfectly captures the existential angst of your early twenties with raw wit, fresh insight, and true feeling from a critically adored USA TODAY bestselling author.

Joshua Miles has spent his early twenties spinning his wheels. Working dead-end jobs and living at home has left him exhausted and uninspired, with little energy to pursue his passion for graphic art. Until he meets Gemma Henare, a vivacious out-of-towner from New Zealand. What begins as a one-night stand soon becomes a turning point for Josh. He can’t get Gemma out of his head, even after she has left for home, and finds himself throwing caution to the wind for the first time in his life.

It’s not long before Josh is headed to New Zealand with only a backpack, some cash, and Gemma’s name to go on. But when he finally tracks her down, he finds his adventure is only just beginning. Equally infatuated, Gemma leads him on a whirlwind tour across the beautiful country, opening Josh up to life, lust, love, and all the messy heartache in between. Because, when love drags you somewhere, it might never let go—even when you know you have to say goodbye.


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“Gemma,” I whisper softly. Before I know what I’m doing, I’m raising her palm to my lips and kissing along her scar. She smells so good, feels even better.
She lets me do it for a moment then she awkwardly clears her throat.
Don’t make me let go, I think. Please don’t make me let go.
The rustle in the bushes is back again. Gemma jerks her hand away, as if we’re about to be caught by Nick the Peeping Tom, as if we’re doing something wrong.
Are we doing something wrong?
Suddenly the air around us fills with squeals, and the rustling increases. The nearest bush to us at the base of the yard, near the fence, starts to move back and forth.
I stand up out of my chair to get a better look and see what looks to be little creatures waddling out of the bushes and heading for the side of the house. Once they hit a patch of light coming from the house, I can see what they are.
Little blue penguins.
“What the fuck?” I say softly, feeling like my mind has just imploded. “What the hell are those?”
“Little blue penguins,” she says proudly.
I turn to her in disbelief. “Are you serious?” I thought I was making that up. In my head.
She nods. “Yup. Little blue penguins.” 
And she’s right. They’re about a foot high, miniature versions of the ones I’ve seen on TV, and they’re entirely blue in color. I thought it was just the darkness playing tricks on me but no, once they hit the light, you can see the color on their oily feathers.
“I don’t get it,” I say, watching as the last of their group quickly scampers out of sight. That might have been the cutest and weirdest thing I have ever seen.
“You never head of them?” she asks. “They probably have a burrow under the house. It’s actually quite common for beach houses.”
“Look, I wasn’t lying when I said I didn’t do a whole lot of research about the country.”
“I can see that,” she says. “Well, how about that, then.”
“How about that,” I say, sitting back down. The penguins’ magical appearance has somehow taken Gemma’s heartbreaking story to another place, and she’s quick to jump on the transition. She tells me all about the interesting birdlife in New Zealand, from yellow-eyed penguins on the Otago Peninsula down south, to the Kea—cheeky green parrots that live in the snow-covered Alps. She’s animated as she tells me all she knows, and I absorb it like a sponge. 
I drink my beer and she goes back to drinking hers, and before Nick, Amber, and the Irish show up all sloshed, she’s painted a beautiful picture of what’s to come. I can only hope I’ll continue to be part of the picture.

Don’t miss Karina’s next book, RACING THE SUN, on sale July 28th!

With her USA Today Bestselling The Artists Trilogy published by Grand Central Publishing, numerous foreign publication deals, and self-publishing success with her Experiment in Terror series, Vancouver-born Karina Halle is a true example of the term "Hybrid Author." Though her books showcase her love of all things dark, sexy and edgy, she's a closet romantic at heart and strives to give her characters a HEA...whenever possible.Karina holds a screenwriting degree from Vancouver Film School and a Bachelor of Journalism from TRU. Her travel writing, music reviews/interviews and photography have appeared in publications such as Consequence of Sound, Mxdwn and GoNomad Travel Guides. She currently lives on an island on the coast of British Columbia where she’s preparing for the zombie apocalypse with her fiancé and rescue pup.


#99cents #Sale Alert: Until You Find Me by Amber Hart is on sale for a limited time only!! Grab your copy!


UNTIL YOU FIND ME by Amber Hart is on sale for a limited time only - be sure to grab Raven & Jospin's story now for just .99c!

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In this steamy, electrifying novel, Amber Hart pushes contemporary romance to its wildest limits as a young woman travels halfway across the globe—and discovers the place where her heart belongs.

Raven has no idea what to expect when she travels to Africa in search of answers about her family’s past. A twenty-year-old college student from Michigan, she’s never seen anything like the beautiful, treacherous jungles of Cameroon. But nothing takes her breath away like Jospin. As soon as Raven meets the charismatic and intense young hunter, she’s instantly hooked.

Clever, rugged, and fearless, Jospin makes his living from the perils of the jungle. But falling in love with Raven could be the most dangerous thing he’s ever done. The heir to a powerful poaching empire, he holds the key to unlocking the secrets of Raven’s legacy. If she asks the wrong questions, his answers could get them both killed. And yet each and every moment spent holding Raven in his arms is worth the risk.

Raven’s getting closer to the truth. Jospin’s at the point of no return. Their chemistry is out of control, and when they forge a bond that goes beyond blood, desire will take them into uncharted territory.

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About Amber Hart

Amber Hart grew up in Orlando, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia. She now resides on the Florida coastline with family. When unable to find a book, she can be found writing, daydreaming, or with her toes in the sand. She's the author of the Before & After series (BEFORE YOU; AFTER US), and the Until You Find Me series (UNTIL YOU FIND ME; CAPTURED BY YOU). Rep'd by Beth Miller of Writers House.


Book Blitz: The Easter Bunny Caper by Cassandra Rose

The Easter Bunny Caper
By- Cassandra Rose
Genre- Children’s Book (Pre-K - 3rd Grade)  

Will Zoey Flower along with her puppy, Munchichi The Great, be able to stay awake long enough to catch the Easter Bunny and prove that he is real once and for all? (Perfect for children Pre K - 3rd grade.)

Monday 30 March 2015

Review + Author Interview: A Woman Called God by Peter Wilkes #JKSCommunications

A WOMAN CALLED GOD by Peter Wilkes
April 1, 2015
ISBN: 9781495919244
$9.75 Ÿ 45 pages Ÿ Trade Paperback Ÿ Illustrated

So, why couldn’t God be a woman? Really, why not? In this adorably playful, yet poignant and timely book, A Woman Called God asks all of us – women and men alike – to consider how the world would and could look if our universal perception of The Creator were not male but female: a mother-figure of unconditional love.

The result of a seventy-year personal journey by the author, A Woman Called God revolutionizes the traditional thinking of organized religion and makes possible a new and inviting path for every woman and man on the planet.

In this five-minute read you may discover a new way of thinking. In the 27 hand-drawn stick-figures you may find a new dialogue. And in fewer than 500 words you might even uncover answers that will take you and the world in a new and welcome direction.

Proceeds from the sale of A Woman Called God will go to organizations that help to end violence against women. Learn more at AWomanCalledGod.com



"Bravo to this tour de force, to Mr. Wilkes, and for daring to bring a hopeful funny perspective on a delicate subject matter leading too many times to conflict and war.

A Woman Called God is calling for Peace Now!"

Emmanuel Itier, director, FEMME: Women Healing the World

New Illustrated Book Offers Fresh Perception of God as a Mother Figure, Encourages Spiritual Dialogue, Empathy, and Peace
As thousands abandon Religion (capital “R”) and seek God in new ways, Peter Wilkes says a fresh understanding of the Almighty may transform the world. Imagine a world with a motherly God: open, loving, and compassionate, instead of severe and judgmental. He illustrates this bold vision in a little book that asks big questions, A Woman Called God ($9.75, Illustrated Paperback, April 1, 2015).

In this adorably playful, yet poignant and timely book, A Woman Called God asks all of us – women and men alike – to consider how the world would look if our universal perception of The Creator were not male but female: a mother-figure of unconditional love.

An illustrated book for all ages, A Woman Called God revolutionizes the traditional tenets of organized religion and encourages open dialogue about the nature of God, fresh discussion about “religion” vs. “faith,” and interfaith understanding.

Far from insisting that God is a woman, Mr. Wilkes asks us to ponder if that one changed perception could lead us to a greater understanding and empathy for everyone on this earth.

Amiable and subversive, simple yet profound, this compact volume invites believers and seekers alike to uncover answers that will take them in a new and welcome direction…both for themselves and the world. Proceeds from the sale of A Woman Called God will go to organizations that help to end violence against women. Learn more at AWomanCalledGod.com.


This little book certainly packs a punch, and I'm sure it will have many tongues wagging. The idea that God could be a woman, why not? Wilkes makes a lot of good points in this book on this subject but his main aim is to open our eyes to a life of unconditional love and understanding for our fellow man.

Even though this book has a serious undertone, it was witty and I loved the adorable pictures that graced the pages. This was a real gem and I'm glad I had the pleasure of giving it a read. It gave me a lot to think about.


PETER WILKES, the son of an Episcopal minister, had a firsthand look at the inner workings of organized Religion (with a capital “R”) throughout his upbringing. Now seventy years of age, he has reached the conclusion that this institution, like many others, has continually done more harm than good.
In A Woman Called God, the first in his series of Little books for Big people™, he goes back to the source and examines how it’s possible to leave the institution of Religion behind and spiritually reclaim your soul. Peter always welcomes intelligent discussion on the subjects he writes about. Learn more at AWomanCalledGod.com.

·         Website: http://awomancalledgod.com/
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An Interview with

1.      Did you write this book for adults or for children? 
The book is aimed at adults – it’s part of a series of a Little Books for Big people™ that I’m planning.  That said, a number of children and younger folks have read A Woman Called God and I’ve gotten some very wonderful and gratifying responses.

 2.      Why did you choose the short, illustrated format to convey your spiritual message? 

The big secret is that I really want men to read this.  But they’re not gonna pick up a book with that title.  However, if a woman gives a copy to the men in her life and they see it’s totally unintimidating and can be read in five minutes, they may just do it… especially if they like her.  And if we can make that happen, then men all over the world may just start questioning something that they’ve taken for granted for a very long time.  And that’s when I’m hoping – and praying – that a true equality between the genders can begin to happen. 

 3.      Why do you think people might have an easier time trusting God as a mother figure, instead of as a father figure?

While there are exceptions to everything in this world, in a majority of cases the mother of the family is considered the comforter, the source of solace, the one you turned to when you skinned your knee or fell off your bike.  It addition, there’s a certain logic to having a female/mother creator rather than a male/father one.
Imagine you were the first guy on earth.  And you find out that this first woman you’re with can bleed without dying.  Every month it happens, in concert with the moon and the tides!  Whoa, that’s impressive!  And then something alive starts growing inside her body.  You can see it and feel it move.  And then the child arrives and you realize that the survival of the entire human race depends on this…incredible creature...called woman. So, if you were looking for something to worship, that would be a really logical place to start. And the fact is that’s exactly what happened.  There was an entire thriving, peaceful civilization that existed ten thousand years before Adam and Eve were even invented which worshipped a female deity. Somehow that never got mentioned in Sunday School…or any other place of learning that I know of.     

 4.      Doesn’t your illustration of “God the Father” assume all fathers (or men in general) are severe, scary, or judgmental?

I don’t think so.  Not any more than it illustrates that all mothers are loving, kind, supportive, and generous.  Neither one is realistic.  But it’s interesting to observe that many times the closer a man gets to believing he is a “God” the more he behaves that way.  It’s the wrathful, vengeful, smiting Old Testament God every man was told – as a very small child – he was made in the image of.    

 5.      How did the female figures in your life inspire your personal spiritual journey?

Along the way I’ve found it’s the ones you don’t listen to that are usually the ones that have the most to offer.  And it was pretty much the females in my life that I didn’t listen to for fifty years.  But when I finally did go back and listen I found that, for the most part – in one way or the other – they were the ones who were telling me the real truth about who I was at the time.  So, I’d say they inspired me a lot…

6.      Where are you currently at in your spiritual journey?

Well, I’m in the 3rd act of life so, with luck, I’m on page one of my spiritual journey.

7.      Does your book refer to the God of the Bible, or of Christianity?

The severe, judgmental God is the Old Testament God of The Abrahamic Religions (Islam, Christianity, and Judaism).  The God I choose to think of as female is the one Creator of all and is not affiliated with any religion.        

8.      Why do you think so many people are walking away from traditional religion and seeking faith elsewhere, or abandoning faith altogether?

Organized religion is designed to tell people what to think.  If too many people decided to think spiritually for themselves, the holy fathers and other religious leaders will be out of a job.  So, to make sure that didn’t happen, the three Abrahamic Religions, controlling 54% of the world’s faithful, built their foundations on fear – fear of the unknown, fear of what comes next, and fear of punishment.  And only they had the power to relieve that fear, that nagging uncertainty.  Anything based on fear cannot last.  It will eventually implode under its own weight.  So that’s what’s happening.  A whole lot of people are either giving up on the whole deal or searching for new answers.
I like the new pope, except for, of course, his stand against women in the Catholic clergy.  He needs to read my book. :)

9.      How do you hope this fresh perception of God as a mother figure might transform people’s lives—or the world as a whole?

I think the important thing is to ask ourselves this key question: if our image of The Creator had been – and were today – a mother figure, would so many women and girls be covered in burkas?  Raped on campuses?  Stolen from schools?  Beaten in hotel elevators?  And would men – made in the “image” of the male God – have such a feeling of entitlement, superiority, and privilege that they could do whatever they wanted or, conversely, find it impossible to live to a fabricated concept of pure male power and perfection and thus lash out in frustration, anger, and fear?   I believe a fresh perception of God as a mother figure would go a long way to alleviate much of this. 

But it’s important to note that that concept, and thus my book, is not the final answer.  Both are, hopefully, only stepping-stones to a greater and more universal acceptance – that the one true Creator may just happen to turn out to be genderless.  For, ironically, it’s only then that men and women will be able to see each other as truly equal in every respect.  And it’s only then we’ll all be able to do what we were sent here to do – to protect and preserve this planet, her most glorious creation.  And I’ll be looking at that in my third book.

10.  What is the number one thing you hope readers take away from A Woman Called God?

That the concept of the exclusively male God is quite debatable… and very much worth debating. 


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