New Release Spotlight - The Horde Without End by Nazarea Andrews

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I'm delighted to welcome fellow NAAU author Nazarea Andrews here today. If you've read my undead fairy tales series, you'd know I'm a huge fan of post-apocalyptic fiction. This makes me excited to number among the many hosts and hostesses of The Horde Without End's book tour. Since my guest needs no further introduction, I'll let her take it from here. 


As part of this tour, Nazarea is giving away a $50 Gift Card and a Zombie Survival Kit! Don't forget to scroll all the way down to get to the Rafflecopter widget. 

Dressing for the Apocalypse by Nazarea Andrews

One of my favorite things is to pick clothing for my characters. Not all of their outfits get a lot of effort or research, but for signature looks—I love looking up new outfits for them. With this series—and these characters—I faced a particularly difficult challenge. Finn and Nurrin had to dress appropriately for a changed world, and at the same time, they needed to be fully involved in the world that has some traces of our world. So without further ado, here is a little bit of Nurrin and Finn’s personal style. 

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I have to say–they both look rather fetching for would-be zombie fighters. On top of that, who can resist a guy with a crossbow? Let's find out a little bit more about the book and author, shall we?

The Horde Without End

It was supposed to be over…

Returning from Haven 18 was supposed to be the end. But nothing is ever easy—and in a world full of zombies, finding the missing is next to impossible. There are breadcrumbs. Tiny clues. But what are a few tiny clues in a world of the dead?

Nurrin is desperate to find her brother, but that will mean trusting Finn O’Malley. A man shrouded in secrets, who kills as easily as breathing. And the more she learns about him, the more questions she has. But she has learned one thing—the zombies are changing. Adapting. And this time, the Haven walls won’t keep them out.

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About Nazarea Andrews

Nazarea Andrews is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read. She loves chocolate and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids. She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, and overgrown dog. She is the author of Girl Lost, Edge of the Falls, and The University of Branton  Series.

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Romance My Way Blog Hop - My Favorite Trope and Giveaway

Welcome to my stop on the Romance My Way Blog Hop. To get back to the main hop page, click the banner on the left. The stop right after mine is author TD Hassett.

Giveaway: In addition to the main hop prize, I will be giving away a copy of my novella, Tower in the Woods (the prequel to the book I'm about to discuss) to a random commenter who answers the question: Who saves Red from zombies? (I need the first and last name.)

Ready? In honor of my pictured new release, Catching Red, I will be talking about the Damsel (or Knight) in Distress trope.


In general, my heroines are pretty kick-ass. My version of Rapunzel is a sniper, and my Little Red Riding Hood is a knife-wielding zombie exterminator. For the most part, my ladies do a phenomenal job keeping the monsters at bay. But upon occasion, I toss them into situations (a building full of zombies, for example) where they could benefit from a helping hand.

It's not that I'd advise any damsel to sit around and wait for her knight in shining armor. For one, life would get boring real quick.  But saving a gal's life is one way a to make a great first impression. To prove my point, this is how Marcus Woodsman and "Red" Ryding first meet.

The tall, broad-chested man hacked through the creatures like an angel of death. Wielding a modified woodcutter’s ax, he removed heads with the apparent ease of cutting grass. Lethal and silent, her savior made his way through the swarm. He moved so fast her blurring eyes struggled to capture his progress.

She heard sounds of parting flesh and breaking bones—thuds as bodies and heads fell to the ground. The ax’s crescent blade appeared as silver arcs against the black and gray tableau. The only other source of color was the man’s golden hair. For a moment, she was certain he was a delusion spawned from blood loss and terror.

A large hand closed over the scruff of her neck and yanked. Jerked to her feet, she gazed into eyes of brightest blue. Knowing she wasn’t fighting alone gave her failing body a second wind. Turning so their backs met, her knives and his ax slashed out in tandem. Before long, the undead around them became a mound of body parts on the dusty white floor.

And thus ends this stop on the Romance My Way Blog Hop. You should now have the necessary information to answer my giveaway question (which you enter by commenting here). To enter the main giveaway ($50 Gift Card), click on the link below: 


Don't forget to visit all the other authors participating in the hop (TD Hassett is the next stop)! Apologies, but since SquareSpace and Inlinkz don't like each other, you'll have to make the extra click:

Feb 14-20th, 2014

Futuristic and Sci-Fi Romance Giveaway


I've been keeping it on the down-low, but my second Undead Fairy Tale, Catching Red, will be coming out on February 3rd! As such, I'm offering a copy of Tower in the Woods up for grabs in the Futuristic and Sci-Fi Romance Giveaway. It's the brain-child of fellow LSB author Lyn Brittan, and, as you can see from the banner above, I'm not the only author participating.

Unfortunately, SquareSpace won't let me embed Rafflecopter codes, so you'll have to make the extra click: 

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