Saturday, July 19, 2014

Book Tour: Stains on the Soul By Jamie White @JamieWAuthor @VBTCafe

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Title: Stains on the Soul
By Jamie White
Book Genre: Paranormal/New Age
Publisher: Pagan Writers Press
Release Date: November 27, 2013

Book Description:

It's her last summer before going away to college and Fiona finds herself facing more than she bargained for: A boyfriend she doesn't want who has a strange hold over her, a friend pushing her to expand her boundaries, and a new guy named Ted whose presence is more than a distraction.

If that isn't enough, Fiona is being haunted with horrifying nightmares of burning at the stake-nightmares so real, she feels as though she's losing her mid.

Are they only dreams, or are they trying to warn her about this new guy she can't help but want?

Audio Excerpt:

Guest Blog:

10 Things Reader's Would Be Surprised To Know About You

Hello! First, I want to say a big thanks for allowing me to hang out with y'all today as part of my Stains on the Soul tour with BK Walker's VBT Café. It's always a lot of fun to get to meet new readers and share thoughts with you. : Today, I was asked to share some facts about me. Let's get started!

10) I moved a lot as a kid. So much so, I ended up at nine different elementary schools, starting in pre-K until 5th grade.

9) I wanted to be Debbie Gibson when I was a kid. I just loved her music and thought it was amazing that someone her age was basically allowed to have the freedom to say "hi, here's my album" and that was the end of it. I also love the positive messages she puts out there.

8) I once had a sea horse as a pet.

7) Singing and music was an outlet for me when things were rough during my childhood and has probably saved my sanity more than once.

6) I was the first person to not only serve on my college's newspaper staff, but also the literary magazine, and another publication called Silver Sands. I was editor-in-chief of two of them.

5) I used to sell AVON.

4) When I was a kid, I considered being a teacher or nurse when I grew up.

3) I have a severe allergy to math, which probably led to abandoning the nurse idea fast.

2) I went through an insomniac phase where I basically got addicted to Nick at Nite reruns, starting my love of classic television like Dragnet, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and Bewitched.

1) I didn't try too hard to learn to ride a bike when I was little, so I didn't end up riding one until I was 11. I just got on a friend's on impulse one day and started riding like I'd been doing so for years.

About The Author:

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Jamie White is an author, blogger, photo geek, music addict, editor, pop culture geek, paranormal junkie, and a pet servant.

She spent more than a decade as a Journalism student, geeking out over Pagemaker, layout design, and other stuff.

In college, she took it a step further and became the only student to be on all three of her college's publications, serving as Editor-In-Chief for two of them. Later, she went on to freelance writing and blogging.

Jamie began her journey into fiction writing in 2010 after joining a writing group. Since that first meeting, she has completed a bunch of short stories, five manuscripts, and several in progress. Her first novel, The Life and Times of No One In Particular, was released in 2012. She followed it up with a story in the Lyrical Muse Anthology in 2013. The end of 2013 will see two releases with Pagan Writers Press.

When Jamie's not writing or blogging, she takes pictures, meditates, practices Reiki and chanting, watches favorite shows/movies, takes walks, and serves as a volunteer for the Florida Writers Association by running their social media and a writing group (Gulfstream Writers).

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Tour Organized By Virtual Book Tour Café

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Unknown said...

Thank you for hosting!

Unknown said...

Awesome interview! I never have learned to ride a bike! Lol maybe I will try now:O) I wish you well with you release!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for hosting, and thank you to BK for organizing this. :)

Michelle, ROFL!!! Why not? As CP likes to say, "what's the worst that could happen?"

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