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Support for Indie Authors Presents: Night of the Living BOOK BLAST (A-WooOooOooo!!!)

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Once again, it’s time for a #SupportIndieAuthors sponsored  Book Blast event!  This time around, your spook-tacular event coordinators bring you: 

Although the name is spooky, there’s going to be something for everyone. On Saturday, October 24th, we will have dozens of authors offering scores of free books! As usual, in the week leading up to the event, we’d like to tell you a little about our participants, so we’ve devised this holiday themed mini-interview. Since there are so gosh darned many of us, we’re going to do things a little differently this time around. Instead of one very long list of authors, several bloggers will each post a handful of interviews. Below you will find not only the talented authors who I am hosting, but links to all of the other blogs, so make sure to click though and meet all of our authors!
And of course, all of our books will be listed on the official Book Blast website:
www.FreeBookBlast.com
So don’t forget to mark your calendars for Saturday, October 24th

October Blog Hop: Meet Author Jena Baxter

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Hi Everyone! Today, I'm giving the blog over to author Jena Baxter as part of the October Blog Hop. Jena is the author of The Carriage, a historical fantasy. Today, you have a chance to learn a little more about her and her books by reading on...
Biography
Born in Ojai, and raised in the San Fernando Valley, California, Jena always loved to read and dreamed of writing a novel. Having the ability, but lacking the confidence to do so, she enrolled in the UCLA Writer’s Extension and soon her first novel was in process. Jena writes YA fantasy, historical fantasy, and paranormal romance. She is also a screenwriter and reads for a screenwriting contest annually. When she isn't writing she spends her free time with her husband, amazon parrot, and toy Maltese.

Book Summary A teenage girl enters a carriage in Central Park and disembarks in Victorian, England.

Cursed by her sister Brooke, Alexis Powell arrives in the Victorian Era where she meets Ezra, a man recently murdered by an assas…

October Blog Hop: Meet Author K. Caffee

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Hi Everyone! Today, I'm giving the blog over to author K. Caffee as part of the October Blog Hop. K. is the author of the Follow the Torments series that you may recall, I reviewed in Write On! #6. Today, you have a chance to learn a little more about her and her books by reading on...

Biography
Born in Houston, K. Caffee has a long history of spinning captivating tales for a wide range of interested people.  One of her earliest memories is being lost in a huddle of adults as a kindergartener on her way to a church choir camp.  Whatever she tale she had been telling was captivating enough the entire group missed a rest stop, and the bus driver proved to be very patient when the 20 or so adults all requested an emergency stop about an hour after the scheduled one. 
After several years of running various role play campaigns, K. Caffee thought her story telling days were done.  She entered the work force, then school, but the stories were not done with her.  The Followers of Torment…