Wipping It Real Good!

12:00 AM Elizabeth Seckman 69 Comments

Elise Fallson and DL Hammons are hosting the WIP It Good Blogfest! 
Yay!!! 
And since I'm a hopping tramp...I signed up!!! 
Yay!!! (sorry Gary!!) 
Even though I don't have a WIP...

Huh?

Yeah,well, I'm sorta kinda polishing up book three in the Coulter Men Series

And I've told you all about it before...so, I'm sure you don't want to hear old news

So, instead, I invited Lindsay Anne Kendal to come do my work share her news about her latest release!

WIP it Facts: 
Word Count – 102,877
Genre – Urban Fantasy
How long have you been working on the Manuscript? – 14 months.
Elevator pitch line – Heart-wrenching passion, death-defying friendship, treachery and pain. Through loss and love her destiny becomes inescapable.
Short synopsis.
In this final instalment of the Bloodlines trilogy, Keira and her friends face their toughest battles yet. Not only with the ones they believe have set out to destroy them, but also with themselves and each other.
A shock revelation throws the group into confusion, torn between what each of them think is right and wrong. Keira now has to make a hard choice – does she stay with the people she loves, and fight with them – Or does she leave them, join forces with the person they originally thought was heartless, cold and brutal, but in fact, is doing something she actually agrees with. Something that could benefit and comfort almost every person who has ever lived.
Revelations will take you to a place you never could have imagined existed. Heart-wrenching passion, death-defying friendship, treachery and pain, mixed with extreme battles, powerful magic and self-belief, make for an unbelievable climax that will stay with you until the end of time.

Thanks Lindsay!!! You're a good guest worker sport!





Lindsay's Blog

Amazon

69 comments:

  1. So glad you had Lindsay over again (remember how I gushed over her last time?)! Revelations sounds amazing and both the pitch and synopsis rock. Best of luck with sales and I'll try to start this series sometime in June.

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    1. Yes you did! And I know you enjoy paranormal, so hopefully you enjoy this series.

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  2. Revelations sounds thrilling! Best of luck to you and her with polishing up these works. :)

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    1. Thanks Nick. My polish is going ever so slowly. I hope all the effort is worth it!

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  3. Congratulations Lindsay, Revelations sounds great. And thanks Elisabeth for participating, I mean.. uh, sharing with us today. :D Oh, and all the best finishing up the Coulter Men Series... nice series title btw. (;

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    1. Thanks Elise! I sign up for things with zero thought to what I will do until it comes time to do it. Whew for Lindsay!

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  4. Lindsey - you book sounds great! Good luck with the polish - mine is still in the first re-writes stage "Groan. It can be a dense task.

    Shah X

    http://bit.ly/115vOR8

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    1. My poor husband doesn't quite get all the stages and all the levels of "done". He'll say, aren't you done with that book? Yes, but there's the rewrites, the edits, the polish...done is a very subjective word!

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  5. Very clever, Elizabeth! I should've done that as well. Good luck to Lindsey.

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  6. Nice. I'm wondering about book one now--because who picks up book three and starts there? Not me. No sirree! ;)

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    1. Me neither! I like for life to have order. :)

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  7. I'm missing the hops getting my own book ready for release. :P But wow! "heart-wrenching passion, death-defying friendship, treachery and pain, mixed with extreme battles, powerful magic and self-belief" and "an unbelievable climax"--??? Revelations sounds AWESOME!

    Best of luck to Lindsay! :o) <3

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    1. Best of luck on your launch!!

      Thanks for stopping by :)

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  8. What a good idea to invite someone else in - really kind :) Sounds exciting!
    Suzanne @ Suzannes Tribe

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    1. Whew, here I worried people would think I was being lazy ;)

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  9. Now that's an interesting cover. Hope the book does well.

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  10. Sounds great! And 14 months is about right from conception to finished product.

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    1. A little longer than a baby...but both are well worth it!

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  11. Very cool cover! This sounds great! :)

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  12. I like the cover art also. I can see this being a great third part to the series! Good luck with the launch. I am part of the WIP IT GOOD Blogfest.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! I'll have to check out your entry!

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  13. Great cover and what's inside sounds great too!

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  14. Loved the cover! 14 months... I hope I finish my idea in about the same time.

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  15. I really love the cover art as well, and the font. It looks just like Edwardian Script, which I like to use for my title pages and other fancy occasions.

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    1. Wow, you are knowledgeable! You know your covers.

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  16. Love the cover! Best to Lindsey. Best on your polishing, Elizabeth!

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  17. Any story with heart wrenching passion in the description has my vote. Nice job in making me want to read the whole series with your pitch.

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    1. I'm sure Lindsay would be thrilled to hear that!

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    1. I'm sure it is. Lindsay is a talented young lady!

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  19. The cover is very cool. Very eye catching. I love it.

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  20. Good luck to Lindsay! And you're very creative in solving problems, Elizabeth, hahaha!

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    1. Aren't I? I just hate to be left out of things...

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  21. Bait and switch!! :) Lindsay has a great premise to work with! Thank you both for taking part today. :)

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  22. Good job Elizabeth and best wishes to both you and Lindsay. The book sounds captivating.

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  23. Not only is that cover totally sick, but the synopsis! So sweet of you to let her do that on your page my buttercup!

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    1. I'm thoughtful like that princess of the petals!

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  24. Sounds really interesting! Plus that cover is really cool.

    Tim
    The Other Side

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  25. Hey, great way to share the load! Sounds like a good one.

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    1. Sharing the load is what writers do best :)

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  26. Elizabeth - do you have to pay guest workers? ;)

    Love the red eyes on that cover!

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    1. Hehe, shh...she never asked, I never asked...

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  27. Very cool to get someone else to do the blogfest for you! Death-defying friendship sounds... like hard work :-)

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  28. Dude, these books sound great! Got to check out her stuff.

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  29. The cover is great. I am sorry that I must admit to not yet reading this series, but you have sparked my interest and will look into adding book one to my TBR list.

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    1. So many good books Carolyn, I totally understand!

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  30. Elizabeth!

    Argggggghhhhhhhhh! Fine, I feel better now! Oh joy and good gosh, yet another blogfest. I didn't know I could get into such a state of euphoria. Blah, blah, blah....

    And thank you so much, Elise and D.L. for hosting another blogfest. Kinda' brings a tear to my eye.

    All the very best to Lindsay and yay, I shall check her site out. Well done to you, Elizabeth, for sort of getting out of this blogfest. I need to lie down. What next? An alphabet challenge? LOL

    A lovely weekend to you and all your adoring fans, Elizabeth.

    Yours almost sincerely,

    Gary :)

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    1. Gary, admit it...I'm genius! I joined...Lindsay did the work.

      I'm telling you...you and Penny need to do that dog fest. It would be bad to the bone. (okay, so my puns aren't so punny!!)

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    2. Penny thinks your puns are almost 'pawfect' :) A dog fest? You jest?

      Yes, Elizabeth, I admit it, you're a genius and so smart that you are one of my adoring fans. Ha ha and ha!


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    3. Dang straight my good man (and his dog)!

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  31. I somehow missed this hop. This WIP sounds great. Lindsay is a good sport.

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    1. I miss all kinds of them. So many, it's hard to keep up.

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  32. Sounds intriguing, Lindsay! Thanks for featuring her, Elizabeth :-)

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