Saturday, November 30, 2013

THE END...Of the WORLD!

And you thought that was supposed to happen in 2012? Silly!

So this isn't really the end of the world, or is it? I've had a few friends accuse me of having taken over the blog world, but it's time for my reign to end. While I'm wiping my brow in relief, a part of me is also very sad. It's been amazing getting to know so many new friends on the blogosphere.

Jane Eyre meets Supernatural.

Alexia’s nightmares become reality: a dead baron, red-eyed wraiths, and forbidden love with a man hunted by these creatures. After an attack close to home, Alexia realizes she cannot keep one foot in her old life and one in this new world. To protect her family she must either be sold into a loveless marriage, or escape with her beloved and risk becoming one of the Soulless. 
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Want to meet the dangerous blue-eyed stranger with Alexia? Chrys Fey takes you there with Excerpt #8 in the Mystery Sentence GameUnravel the mystery of the Moonless night! Gather all 8 hidden words from the excerpts and figure out the sentence to win a free copy of Moonless. Send your mystery sentence to crystal (AT) crystal-collier.com with the subject MYSTERY SENTENCE before December 10, 2013, and you will be entered to win one of 10 copies of MOONLESS—just in time for Christmas. Happy hunting!

Sherry Auger shares her review of Moonless. (Check out the "comments.")

Amy at Involuntary Smiles has me chatting about that magic moment when I became a serious writer.

What is the hardest "the end" you ever experienced?

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34 comments:

  1. It seems to have been a great tour for you. Heading over to check out the final excerpt. Have a great weekend.

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    1. Wahoo! You have a great weekend too, Suzanne.

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  2. It was a great intensive blast. Doesn't have to end though! I'm still making appearances for my book and it came out in September.

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    1. I know! I actually have 5 more scheduled throughout December. =)

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  3. Sounds like a great read to me.

    Thanks for visiting Comedy Plus and have a fabulous day. ☺

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  4. Becoming "soulless"--nice stakes there. Best of luck finishing up your blog tour. :)

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    1. Thanks! I'm pretty sure I don't want to be Soulless, eh?

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  5. The hardest "the end" was when my collie Faulkner died in 2010. We had a very close relationship. He was incredibly sensitive and knew how to take care of me without any training.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Aw. It's so hard losing a loved one--and especially one who gets you on a fundamental level. Here's looking forward to the day when there are no more tears and no more goodbyes, eh?

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    2. I look forward to being re-united with him.

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  6. I put up a bet on the world ending. I'm really upset and I reckon those Mayans have a lot to answer for.

    Is this it? Your tour, your Google+ notifications on my email account, will be ending? Say it aint so. Still, having followed around like some crazed groupie, I did share the fun. With that, I'm going to have some real cheese. Fantastically awesome British cheese. Yummy! LOL

    Gary :)

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    1. LOL! Crazed groupies are welcome. And especially British cheese. =) The tour is over, but the cheese will continue...just not every day.

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  7. Bummer to the end, it's been fun seeing you so famous!

    I finally got to start reading today! Already, sooo sooooo good!

    The worst 'the end' I've experienced was losing my grandma to cancer.

    The worst book 'the end' was any book of a series that I read until it ended, for instance, Neil Gaiman's 'The Sandman' series, I really didn't want to read the last one.

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    1. LOL! You never fail to make me chuckle, Michelle. I'm glad you're enjoying the book thus far. =) --And I know about that cancer thing. Not fun.

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  8. It was a great tour! I'm glad to read that you'll be doing more in December. :)

    Happy weekend.

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    1. Thanks, Dana. All good things must end, eh?

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  9. My copy of Moonless is waiting crooking a finger from my Kindle. Can't wait to dive in.

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  10. What a firecracking sparkly way to end your blog tour blast!!! Yay!!! You so RULE!! Take care
    x

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  11. I've enjoyed seeing you just about everywhere on the blogOsphere this month, Crystal!

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  12. This has been such a fun blog tour, Crystal! Not surprised part of you is relieved it's ending--you've been on more blogs than most others seem to be for similar tours!

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    1. It's true, by about twice the number--but it was worth it. =)

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  13. I have indeed seen you and/or your book popping up in a bunch of places, and I'm not even done with my weekly check. @_@ But that's awesome. Hoping it all turns out ridiculously well, and that you get to rest a little afterward. ^_^

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  14. Sounds like you had great fun on your blog tour. But as you say, all good things must come to an end. Well done on getting to a suitable end!

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Hit me with your cheese!