Monday, November 14, 2016

Suicide Cheese, Huntress Found, and Golfing


It's day 14 of the book release blog tour. *jiggle dance*

But first... The FABULOUS Alexia Chamberlynn's new book is out! If you haven't read this woman, you're missing out. Humor, awesome stories, wonderful characters, amazing backdrops... So what are you waiting for? Go pick up your 99 cent book!

Title: Huntress Found
Series: The Timekeeper’s War, Book One
Author: A.A. Chamberlynn
Release Day: 11/11/16
Category: New Adult
Genre: Contemporary Fantasy, Mythology Mashup with Sci-Fi and Steampunk
Price: 99 cents!!

About the Book:

From the author of the bestselling Zyan Star fantasy series comes a new world of magic...

Evryn’s got mad skills at playing hide and seek. She can find lost children, hack the most secure databases, pretty much anything. Except for the one thing she desires most: the knowledge of who her parents are, why they abandoned her, and what her special talent means about who and what she really is.

So, when a guy named Seeker appears quite literally out of nowhere, claiming to know about her past and offering her a job, Evryn can’t say yes fast enough. Even if it does mean following him to another realm. As in, mind-blowingly, not Earth. Apparently she’s part of an elite clan of Hunters descending from Artemis who can find just about anything in all of time and space. As the last of Artemis’ direct lineage, Evryn is her clan’s best shot at finding a lost city before rival clans do.

Not just any city, but the flying, realm-hopping city of Skye. Aboard Skye is the Artifex, a magical device with the power to create or destroy worlds. Everyone wants the device, and with Evryn’s super-powered lineage, it means everyone wants her, too. It’s hard to decide who she can trust, even within her own clan. After she discovers a strange, alluring connection to the Artifex, she’s not even sure she can trust herself. Worse yet, the only person who may be able to help her is the Timekeeper, the sadistic ancient being who created the Artifex. An interdimensional war is brewing, and Evryn is right at the epicenter of it all.

Let the hunt begin.

Snag a Copy!

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About the Author:

Alexia lives in Florida with her son, two cats, and a bearded dragon. When she's not writing or reading, she can be found playing with horses, drinking wine, traveling to the next place on her global wish list, or maybe doing yoga. Dr. Who, unicorns and katanas make her very happy. She is represented by Sandy Lu of the L. Perkins Agency.  Connect with her at www.alexiachamberlynn.com.

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And back to our regular schedule...


I hope you don't have epilepsy. Quick, look away! Death by cheese is the theme of the day. 

This is your last chance to guess Joylene Nowell Butler's lie in her Truth or Lie game!

And now to kill you with AWESOMENESS...

The Maiden of Time Series:

The romance of Jane Eyre meets Supernatural.

In a world where people can heal with a touch, kill with a scream, and rob a person of their memories, Alexia is struggling to find her place and learn her gifts--before the Soulless come for her.


on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or get signed print copies from yours truly!

Tour stops 

November 14


November 15




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Have you ever experienced death by cheese? What do you think that would look like? Did you get your copy of Alexia's book? And if not, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!



Follow the cheese golfer to the next stop on the tour. Seriously. I promise there will be epicness!

80 comments:

  1. Does death by cheese involve Limburger cheese?

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    1. You know, pair Limburger with the right foods, and it's quite palpable. Even tasty!

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  2. Hi Crystal - good luck to Alexia, you and Joylene with your books - all so different - but I'm sure great reads ...

    Death by Cheese - just too stuffed = yes! Very probably ... but I'd rather not ... Did you see the film La Grande Bouffe - it's in Wiki ... that made an impression on me ... and is not one I want to consider ... cheesed up or not!!

    Cheers and enjoy your cheeses ... I love goat's cheese - Hilary

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    1. LOL! YES! I will totally take the stuffed to death. Didn't see La Grande Bouffe, but I'm thinking I should maybe avoid it if it's going to make me cautious about eating cheese. ;)

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  3. Can't say I have ever experienced that kind of death. Congrats to A.A.

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    1. If you had, you'd have some amazing secrets to explain, eh?

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  4. Nope, no death by cheese here. :)

    Congrats on the new release, Alexia!

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    1. I guess that means you're getting just the right amounts of cheese then?

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  5. I don't have epilepsy, but that picture did wake up my brain!!! Off to check out your tour stops now.

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  6. Congrats to Alexia! I now have cheese on the brain this morning.

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  7. No death by cheese, but I knew someone who ate so much yellow cheddar cheese their skin turned a tad orange.

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    1. Can that really happen?? Oh dear. Well, cheddar is naturally white before they dye it and tastes just as good!

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  8. I think it's safe to say that death by cheese is a way that you would happily go by. ;) And congrats to A.A. on her newest release!

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  9. Thanks SO much for featuring Huntress today!! You rock so hard! May ALL the cheese be with you :) I actually like this death by cheese thing... I bring myself right to the edge of that on a regular basis, LOL :)

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    1. LOL. Truthfully, I don't think it's possible or I'd already be there.

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  10. haha death by cheese is one I can't say I've experienced. But I suppose there are worse ways to go.

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  11. I'd say that's a darned tasty way to go! Let me at that block of cheddar.

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  12. I haven't read anything by A.A. Chamberlynn, but after reading that description, I'm going to check out her work now. :)

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  13. LOL on death by cheese. There was that one time. Close call on my part. Definitely formed a cheese baby in my belly of sorts. >_<

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  14. Cheese is my absolute favorite food group. And I'm loving Alexia's book! It's soooooo good. :) Christy

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    1. Lucky you, you've got easy access. Jealousy.

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  15. Cheese would never kill us. Just lull us into an obedient stupor so it can rule the world. Flashing lights, however, make for a quick, but painful, death.

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  16. Lol, I'm all cheesed over now:) I like the wheel of death too;)

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    1. Thanks. It's particularly stunning in my opinion.

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  17. Congrats to Alexia! Sounds like a great book!
    Death by cheese? LOL! I'm lactose intolerant, so maybe!!! LOL!
    Crystal, thank you so much for coming by my blog and for the great comments! Truly appreciated! Sorry for being late to come by!
    Have a great day! Hugs!

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    1. Aw! Thanks for the return visit. Here's to new friends and epic holidays!

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  18. Congratulations to Alexia! As a lizard-lover, I also love how she's got a pet beardie. They're such awesome lizards, and relatively friendly and social as lizards go.

    Death by cheese would be me eating an entire block of the delicious sheep feta from Trader Joe's in one sitting!

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    1. Oooh, that sounds fabulous. Don't mind me. I'm just slipping away to Trader Joe's.

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  19. Hi Crystal,

    You are preaching to the converted I'm afraid. I could eat cheese any time of the day or night and just about any variety of cheese you might wish to send my way, with the exception of goat's cheese, which I simply can't stomach.

    I'm not too sure that we have much in common when it comes to the genres of books we prefer, however I would still like to check out your features, just to make sure I am not missing out on something vitally important!

    The 'Maiden Of Time' series certaing has some eye catching cover art and I wish you every success with it :)

    Yvonne

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    1. *shrugs* I try new genres all the time. Here's to cheese and its deliciousness!

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    2. *shrugs* I try new genres all the time. Here's to cheese and its deliciousness!

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  20. I don't know why, but "jiggle dance" is amusing me way too much. Congratulations to Alexia!

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  21. I'm still seeing flashes!!! :)
    Love the Maiden of Time cover! Sounds like a great book :)

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    1. Whew! Hope your eyes have recovered by morning.

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  22. For a person like me who reads mostly nonfiction, this sounds like quite the fantastic tale.

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    1. It's definitely on the fantastic end of the spectrum.

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  23. Thanks for being on my blog today. You rock the book blog tour!
    Death by cheese. Yikes! Sounds like an intestinal nightmare.

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  24. Congratulations to Alexia... how very exciting for her... I wish her much success ;)

    I hope you and the family are doing well Crystal, I have missed you... I am back now and I will be around to visit xox

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    1. Launna! I saw your post go up yesterday and was trying to get there all day, but life, eh? I'm so excited you're back!

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  25. Congrats to Alexia! Death by cheese? Sounds hardcore.

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    1. As it should. It's totally intense--followed by controlling the universe. ;)

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  26. Wow. Between the two books featured, looks like a smorgasbord of sci fi/fantasy reading to be had! Off to spread the word! Thanks for the share and good luck everyone!

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  27. Wow. Between the two books featured, looks like a smorgasbord of sci fi/fantasy reading to be had! Off to spread the word! Thanks for the share and good luck everyone!

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    1. Thanks, Gina! This week is definitely leaning that way. Give me a couple days and we'll mix it up. Contemporary is on the docket for tomorrow.

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  28. Death by cheese would be eating too much of it, right?
    Your tour is an exciting one, so much happening.
    Congratulations to Alexia.

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    1. You're telling me, Beverly! (It was only supposed to be a MAXIMUM of 3 stops a day, but the programming was off and allowed for 4 stops...and I caught my breath and said, "Okay, well it won't kill me." So maybe that's what the death cheese is--so much awesomeness you're afraid it might have the most dire consequence.)

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  29. Congratulations to Alexia for the new release!

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  30. Looks like an awesome read, Alexia.

    Suicide cheese. Ha!

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  31. Good luck and best wishes to all on the new books releases and tours.
    Great post.
    Juneta @ Writer's Gambit

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    1. It's definitely that time of the year, eh?

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  32. Death by cheese doesn't sound like a too terrible way to die. ;) Congrats on the release of Timeless, Crystal! Congrats to Alexia for Huntress Found!

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    1. I think it's the ONLY way to go. ;)

      Thank you, Cherie! Exciting times, eh?

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  33. Death by flashing cheese is just a depressing way to go. Could you imagine you had a cheese allergy and they found you dead due to a seizure of flashing cheese? It's like you were so allergic you couldn't even look at it!

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    1. No, no, no, not death by flashing cheese, but death by actual cheese. If an allergy took you out, and least you'd go out with a happy tongue, eh?

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  34. Congratulations to Alexia! And wishing you much success with Timeless, Crystal. Have a super week.

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Hit me with your cheese!