Monday, December 2, 2013

Tour and Giveaway: Shifty Magic by Judy Teel


Judy will be awarding a $25 Amazon GC to one randomly drawn commenter.


Title: Shifty Magic by Judy Teel
Genre: YA Paranormal mystery
Published May 21st 2013 by Golden Angel Press LLC
Length: 252 pages

Blurb:
...some people will do anything for revenge.

A tough teenaged girl hunts a serial killer in a paranormal dystopian world.

Book One in the YA/New Adult paranormal-suspense series Shifty Magic by bestselling author, Judy Teel. "Expect action, on-the-edge-of-your-seat suspense, and the perfect touch of romance."

Purchase Links: Shifty Magic for Nook
Shifty Magic for Kindle
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Excerpt 3: 

Resting my right hand on my gun, I poked the yellow button of my office door’s remote with my left index finger. My muscles tightened for action as the thick metal barrier swung ponderously open with a long-suffering hiss of hydraulics.

Cooper’s curious gaze swept over me and around the room. Wizard’s attention swept over Cooper. When the two of them locked eyes, the Were tensed and the cat started purring.

Wizard rose to her feet and arched her back in a luxurious stretch, her focused attention never leaving the Were.

He was dressed for work, which in the FBI world meant black slacks and shoes, crisp white dress shirt, black jacket and a tie. The tie was bright yellow with a picture of Bugs Bunny on it.

He narrowed his luminous silver-green gaze on my cat, and then landed it back on me. “You should check your video readout before opening the door,” he said with that kind of authoritative sternness that inspired people like me to do the opposite.

I frowned at him. “What do you want?”

“To hire you. But first I need your alibi.”

“It’s too early for alibis,” I said, taking a sip of coffee to cover my surprise. As far as I knew, I hadn’t done anything obviously illegal. At least, not lately.

He glided into my office in that graceful, menacing way Weres had, and I buzzed the door closed. Despite looking barely old enough to buy a beer, Cooper radiated energy and purpose like the sun did heat. As the door clicked shut, he filled the space making the bread-box size of my office feel more like a matchbox.

His expression sobered as he eased himself gingerly onto one of the spindly folding chairs. “Where were you last night between the hours of eleven and one?”
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AUTHOR Bio and Links:

I live in North Carolina with my boisterous family–husband, three kids, a dog and a geriatric bunny–and yup, I’m Southern so occasionally I let a “y’all” slip out. Maybe more than occasionally.

I love my job and dedicate as much of my time to writing as I can. When I’m not doing the weaving of the adventurous and romantic tales, I’m running errands, driving people around (or crazy depending on your perspective), and generally pretending I’m a grownup.

When I was fifteen, I knew I wanted to be a novelist–wanted to write for Harlequin actually. But the calling to tell stories came a lot earlier than that, I just didn’t know what it meant.

I had a lot of growing up to do before I could manage it, though many would claim the growing up part didn’t take--you know who you are--but I finally have my dream job.

Life rocks—so should the books you read!

Links: WebpageFacebookTwitterAmazon Author Page
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Giveaway:

Judy will be awarding a $25 Amazon GC to one randomly drawn commenter.
You should follow the tour and comment. The more you comment, the better your chances of winning! The tour dates and stops can be found here: http://goddessfishpromotions.blogspot.com/

12 comments:

  1. the new book and new author..
    thx u for the giveaway :)

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    1. Hi nurmawati, thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. In two weeks, Undercover Magic will be out, too!

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  2. Thank so much for sharing! Sounds really interesting!

    cloud.weaver.girl AT gmail DOT com

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    1. Thank you, Melinda. And thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Great excerpt, thank you.

    Kit3247(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. Hi Rita, nice to see you here! Thank you for commenting. :-)

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  4. Hi Sin Chan! Thank you so much for hosting me today. I'm sorry I'm so late to get on. Had to take my son to the doctor's this AM.

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  5. Thanks for the excerpt and the chance to win!
    Sounds like an amazing read!!
    natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

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  6. Thank you for hosting me, Sin Chan!

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  7. Great excerpt! Sounds like a great book. Thanks for sharing it and the giveaway. Wishing everyone a wonderful and magical holiday season! evamillien at gmail dot com

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  8. LOL, I love that line. “To hire you. But first I need your alibi.” Cracks me up.

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