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7/10-7/17 Blog Tour!


Blog Tour


Amazing writers/bloggers/reviewers (they’re really just everything good in the world) have signed up to participate in my blog tour, beginning Thursday! There will be interviews, excerpts from THE WAITING ROOM, reviews, and more!

Here’s the line-up:

7/10 The Owl Lady

7/11 Ronovan Writes

7/12 Penny Dreadful Book Reviews

7/13 My train of thoughts on…

7/14 The Wessex Literary Review

7/15 A Simple, Village Undertaker

7/16 Fran the Bookie

7/17 Loving Life in the Rain


I hope you check out their blogs and I hope you check out THE WAITING ROOM, out now on Amazon!

P.S. It’s my birthday today. I plan on embarrassing myself at Top Golf and also telling everyone I know that all I want this year is for them to buy and review my novel! I mean, it’s the perfect gift.


The Waiting Room Blog Tour


The Wessex Literary Review

10477417_347452278741545_3617179956241689341_nWe are very pleased to announce that this site will be part of the blog tour promoting Alysha Kaye’s new paranormal-romance novel, The Waiting Room. We will be featuring information about the author and the book and on 15th July will have a Q & A session with the author herself. keep checking in for more information about the book, the tour and the author.

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The Waiting Room – the critics have spoken


Getting extremely excited for the upcoming blog tour!!!

Check it out:

The Wessex Literary Review

the-waiting-room-coverJude and Nina are the epitome of that whole raw, unflinching love thing that most people are jealous of. That is, until Jude dies and wakes up in The Waiting Room, surrounded by other souls who are all waiting to pass over into their next life. But unlike those souls, Jude’s name is never called by the mysterious “receptionist”. He waits, watching Nina out of giant windows. He’s waiting for her. What is this place? How long will he wait? And what will happen when and if Nina does join him? The Waiting Room is a story of not just love, but of faith, predestination, and philosophy, friendship and self-actualization, of waiting.

What the critics have said:

It’s part romance, part philosophy. What is the waiting room? Who controls it? Who decides what happens in the next life? Whether you’re interested in the romance that transcends mortality or the mysteries of the…

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