Thursday, October 5, 2017

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Transcending Fire by Casey Moss - Book Tour + Giveaway


Transcending Fire
New World Bikers Book 1
by Casey Moss
Genre:
MC Romance, Dystopian, SciFi

Hunter Macario wants one thing—a place to belong. When given an
opportunity to solidify his position in the Devil’s Thunder MC, he
takes it.

Dragon’s Clan member, Safaia King, believes she’s found the man from her
people’s legend and her dreams. She has one goal, even if he’s in
a rival club—to make Hunter hers and keep him safe so he can
fulfill their destiny.

After Hunter makes a huge mistake, he’s sent to where Safaia lives—an
alternate universe called The Den. In this new world, sex, battles,
and secrets abound. Hunter must survive The Den to right some wrongs
or else he could lose everything he’s ever gained, including his
home and Safaia’s love.

#mcromance




A list of books that had an impact in my life.

As a child, those that fueled my imagination…
~ The stories written before 1970 about Winnie-the-Pooh by A. A. Milne. I think I probably drove my mother crazy because that was what I would constantly check out from the library whenever we went.
~ Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault. There was a recording of the story on vinyl that I would listen to as much as I could when I was in grade school.
~ The works of C.S. Lewis, most specifically The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Sure, there are heavy Christian undertones to the story, but to be able to open a piece of furniture and escape to a world full of wonder? How fun would that be?

What started me down the path of the macabre and interest in horror writing…
~ Reading the works of V.C. Andrews in seventh and eighth grades
~ Reading my first Stephen King book in my freshman year of high school and falling in love with his works
~ Reading Clive Barker’s books toward the end of high school and into my early adulthood
~ Reading Anne Rice’s books when I became an adult

What started me down the path of romance reading and writing and ultimately got me to where we are today…
~ A friend lent me her copy of A Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Deveraux in ’95, and I loved it. That made me want to start writing romance. My most favorite book by Jude Deveraux is Remembrance.

The above is not a comprehensive look at my reading tastes. I’ve also been influenced by the Literature and Sexuality class I took in college in the early 90’s which dealt with erotic works, and I’ve recently been reading Science Fiction. So there’s a lot that has influenced and impacted me and continues to do so. I love to read and write because of the worlds I can create and escape to. And I agree with the sentiment of C.S. Lewis, “I have found a desire within myself that no experience in this world can satisfy; the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.

Thanks for reading!
Casey



Casey Moss delves into the darker aspects of life in her writing, sometimes
basing the stories on reality, sometimes on myth. No matter the path,
her stories will take you on a journey from the light-hearted
paranormal to dark things unspeakable. Casey's passion lies in darker
fiction. Her stories fall under the categories of horror, paranormal,
suspense, thriller and urban fantasy. Sometimes there's a blending of
those genres in one story. Sometimes there are romantic elements
within the books -- be sure to note the rating. Some of the stories
are even set within her home city of Las Vegas. But if she's done her
job right as an author, all the stories should set you on edge, leave
you craving and wanting to explore more of the dark. What waits
around the corner? Come explore...

Not in the mood for dark? Looking for romance and steamy sex? Check out
Casey's alter ego, C.R. Moss at
www.crmoss.com







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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for hosting me on your blog. Have a fab day!
    =)
    Casey

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