She Speaks To Angels by Ami Blackwelder Guest Post & Giveaway

Tuesday, May 8, 2012
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She Speaks to AngelsSeries: (The AngelFire Chronicles #1)
Published: 2012
Genre(s): YA, Paranormal Romance
Synopsis: What if everything you believed was a lie?
A SuicideSeventeen year old Allison Maney attends Millennium High School in Manhattan. Nothing out of the ordinary, unless you consider the occasional suicides at the school. At least that is what everyone is told, what everyone believes. But Tommy Bachelor was a popular football player; why would he jump off the roof of the school?
Dangerous LiaisonsWhen Dameon pays attention to Ali, she couldn't be more excited, because for the past three months he was all she could think about. But now that Dameon is finally pining for her affections, she is becoming more and more wrapped up in a clique of three who, as new transfers to the school, are proving to be trouble. But at least Dameon loves her, doesn't he?
Kian- a dangerous love interest she did not ask for.
Powers- belonging to an underworld she never knew existed.
A Clique- that could be friends or foes?
A Soul PurposeThe underworld of angels and demons have one thing on their mind: Earth.
Demons want to do what they want.
Angels want to protect humans from these rogue angels, AKA: Demons
For Allison Maney, everything is not exactly what it seems…
A Suspenseful Romance
Caught between Dameon and Kian, the suicide and the clique of three,
Ali won't know who to trust…or who to love.



Author Bio:
Ami Blackwelder is a romance suspense writer in the paranormal, scifi and historical genres. Growing up in Florida, she graduated UCF and in 1997 received her BA in English and additional teaching credentials. Then she packed her bags and travelled overseas to teach in Thailand, Nepal, Tibet, China and Korea. Thailand is considered her second home now. She has always loved writing and wrote poems and short stores since childhood; however, her novels began when she was in Thailand.
Having won the Best Fiction Award from the University of Central Florida (Yes, The Blair Witch Project University), her short fiction From Joy We Come, Unto Joy We Return was published in the on campus literary magazine: Cypress Dome and remains to this day in University libraries around the USA. Later, she achieved the semi-finals in a Laurel Hemingway contest and published a few poems in the Thailand’s Expat magazine, and an article in the Thailand’s People newspaper. Additionally, she has published poetry in the Korea’s AIM magazine, the American Poetic Monthly magazine and Twisted Dreams Magazine.



Finding Time
How many of us have lives that are so busy we rarely have time for ourselves? I mean the cook breakfast for your hubby-run to the car-drive the kids to school-work for money-clean the house-cook the dinner for the family, kinds of girls or guys out there.
Seriously, I’m talking about the Superwoman and Superman in this world.
Well, how do we find the time to do it all?
I’d be the first to confess I was not the best at time management when I first graduated university.
No one tells you that the “real” world is not waiting for you and me. That it is a dog-eat-dog world and the first one to the finishing line might not give you a break.
So, if you don’t become good at time management, cultivating those skills when you are younger, it will only becomes harder in time.
Write down what your day looks like on paper. Look it over with a cup of tea, or your favorite beverage. Put the time you start each activity and how long it takes you to do it. Is there a better way to do all of it? A faster way? If you feel overwhelmed, maybe there are certain tasks to do on a certain day and others to do on another? Break up the tasks. Doing everything is not possible, so do what you can and the rest later.
Make a ‘to do list’. This often helps me. I know I won’t forget what I need done and the weight of it somehow is released, because I no longer have to keep it in my head.
I like to write days or times next to each ‘to do item’ and then tackle them one at a time. Writing down what you have to do and thinking over how to accomplish the tasks will not only make you feel better, you will be able to get a lot more done. Why? Because you are spending more time accomplishing and less time worrying. Before you know it, it will be done and you will have had no time to worry about getting it all done.
Well, I hope that helps! But if you still need a distraction at night before you go to bed (or at work;) please check out my books.
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9 comments:

Arianne Cruz said...

i like stories about angels and demons :)

Anna Dase said...

so do I there are so many good stories out that like that.

Ami B said...

 Thank you so much for having me on!

Anna Dase said...

You are very welcome wished. Wished I could have reviewed it also. It sounds intriguing. 

Kristin said...

sounds interesting 

Kassandra Appel said...

Showing some love!  Always up for new authors!

 

Ami Blackwelder said...

I've been told this is better than Hush-Hush and that made me feel great. 

Anna Dase said...

I would love to read it. I did not get a review copy.

Jeneseleon said...

Great giveaway

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