Release Blitz! Written in the Stars by Leaona Luxx

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Synopsis for Written in the Stars

A love of a lifetime is hard to come by these days. We all chase that ever-elusive happily-ever-after. But when that love is written in the stars, you’ll find yourself falling faster than a comet from the sky.

Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be just one day—love should be celebrated forever and always. No simple roses or violets will do; my special someone deserves the stars and the moon, too.

A compilation of love letters from my alphas to the loves of their lives.

My Review for Written in the Stars

So flippin cute!  I could not wait to get my hands on this beauty.  I could not put it down as it just gripped me from the first page.  Another cute little story to share with you for Valentine’s Day.  Pick the up the book and fall in love.

About Leaonna

Leaona (Lee-aw-na) is a wife and mother of three young men, inspired to write while raising her family, Lea never dreamed she would one day be a published author.

While loving all genres, Lea writes contemporary romance. Her books are true to life and are not your average love stories. Lea writes what she knows, drawing from everyday life to create her characters and their worlds.

Leaona’s debut with her first book, Cherry Grove on June 22, 2016. Her books follow a family and their friends with Redeeming Romances.

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Blog Tour Stop! I Asked the Wind by Valerie Nifora

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Synopsis for I Asked the Wind

I Asked the Wind: A Collection of Romantic Poetry is a journey into romance, love and loss through poetry. The poems published in this collection span over 15 years of writing. Often starting with short rhythmic patterns, each poem’s lyrical tone is filled with inspired words to express the deep emotion experienced in the intricacies of romance.

Handwritten in a journal and hidden away until this publication, the poems chronicle the journey into and out of love. Written in three parts, the book enables the reader to transverse the intensity of romantic love, from the first moment of falling in love, to the intense pain of heartbreak.

Beautiful and powerful in its lyrical and simple verse, the reader is immediately immersed in a world of sensuality, passion, desire, and innocence; all woven together into a tapestry of human emotion. Each poem transports the reader to a story through the art of poetry. Drawing on natural elements such as the sun, sand, wind and moon, this collection explores the light and darkness of romantic love, leaving the reader questioning if love was ever real at all

Review for I Asked the Wind

What better way to promote a poetry love book than on Valentine’s?  I love poetry.  And anyone who has been in love, has been through heartbreak as well (well, pretty much everyone).  I love the way the poems have been written.  So fluid.  So real.  Please, pick up the book, and get lost in the contents!

About Valerie

Valerie Nifora was born and raised in New York to Greek immigrant parents. For over twenty years, Valerie was Marketing Communications Leader for a Fortune 50. She served as a ghost writer for several executives and has executed award-winning campaigns using her special gift as a storyteller to inspire. Her first book is a collection of romantic poetry that explores innocence, sensuality, passion, desire, heartbreak and loss through the lens of her personal experience spanning over 15 years. Her beautiful and powerful voice immediately calls forth a time of leather-bound books and invites the reader to find a comfortable chair and begin their journey through the powerful human emotion of love. Valerie holds a B.A. in Communications from Emerson College and an M.B.A. from Fordham University. She is married and a mother of two amazing sons.

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