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Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

the ultimate test - Moorigad: Complete Age of the Hybrid Series by Debra Kristi

When Kyra, the Moorigad dragon-shifter, unwittingly finds herself at Mystic’s Carnival, a supernatural world between realms, she believes her runaway days are finished. Amidst the carnies and never-ending magic, she finds a home of the heart – friends and belonging among a gathering of paranormal beings.

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Published: May 16th, 2016

When Kyra, the Moorigad dragon-shifter, unwittingly finds herself at Mystic’s Carnival, a supernatural world between realms, she believes her runaway days are finished. Amidst the carnies and never-ending magic, she finds a home of the heart – friends and belonging among a gathering of paranormal beings. However, living an uncomplicated life was never one of Kyra’s strengths.

She’s falling for her all-too-secretive best friend, Sebastian. And as she delves deeper into his mysteries, her goodwill sabotages their future and her very existence.

What did Kyra do?

Can Kyra and Sebastian find their happily-ever-after?

In this action-packed, fantasy romance about two coming-of-age would-be lovers, Kyra and Sebastian’s union and strength of character will be put to the ultimate test. The stakes? Everything and everyone that ever mattered to them.

*Now you can get the complete story with all three books-in-one, including additional chapters.

GUEST POST
Write What You Know 

Hello, everyone. I’m thrilled to be here! When people ask me how I write like I do, the answer comes down to those four words you’ve probably heard before -“Write what you know.” And no, I have zero experience transforming into a dragon. Wouldn’t that be something? 

Writing what you know is one of those things that is often misunderstood, especially when a writer is first starting out. When you stop and think about it, if it were taken literally the bookshelves would be filled with biographies. There’d be no Dracula or Frankenstein. I don’t know about you, but that’s not a world I particularly want to live in. 

Writing what you know is about those things we can all relate to. The emotions felt when you experience your first kiss when you discover your boyfriend has been cheating on you, or when someone close to you dies. It’s pure, raw emotion brought to the page and the characters. 

But it goes beyond emotion. 

How many of you have warmed your hand by a bonfire and felt the nip of the blaze? Writing what you know also encompasses touch. The dew in the fog, the bite of ice, and the tingle of the sun warming your skin. 

It’s relationships between people―lovers, strangers, co-workers, and enemies. 

You don’t need to be a Supernatural being to know how these things make you feel. Pull from your everyday life, add your mystical twist and Shazam! you have yourself a story written from experience. 

I want to thank you for having me here and allowing me to take up a bit of your blog space. I had so much fun writing this collection and I appreciate the opportunity to share. Thanks to the readers and fans, because you are the most important part of being a writer―seriously. Have a magical week.

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About the author:
Live in reality. Play on the other side.
Debra Kristi is a paranormal and fantasy writer. She lives in Southern California with her husband, two children and and three schizophrenic cats. She’s a full-time kid chaser, video game maker's wife, and muse prompted writer. Unlike the characters she often writes, she is not immortal and her only super power is letting the dishes and laundry pile up. When not writing, Debra is hanging out creating priceless memories with her family, geeking out to science fiction and fantasy television, and tossing around movie quotes.
“She writes because the dead girl told her to.”



4 comments:

Debra Kristi said...

Thanks for sharing a bit of space on your blog with me!

Debbie Joyce said...

I love dragons! This book sounds fun

Jan Lee said...

I like the thought of a carnival being the world between realms; it really provides the scene for paranormal beings :) I'd like to find out what happens between Kyra and Sebastian!

Cyndi F said...

First the name of your book is great, something different. I am a huge shifter book lover!! I also am a fan of books with other places as the settings, so other realms, or whatever that takes me away from this earth!!! Thank you for the giveaway and I look forward to being able to read your books.