Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Guest Post + Release Blitz: Felisha Antonette

Guest Post:
What do you like about writing for young adults?

This is a thought fresh on my mind as I was considering this the other day. I'd have to say that I like writing for young adults because of the innocence, the open mindedness, the freedom, the imagination, and the belief in love. When I say, “belief in love” I don’t just mean romance, by the way. I mean the ability to love new ideas, friendships, new worlds, new possibilities! Granted, most of my young adult novels have a strong m/f romance element, but they are also about loving yourself. I think it’s really important to encourage young adults/teens to love themselves. It’s really important to me for everyone to understand that they can accept themselves the way they are, that they don’t have to change and conform to the people the world has possessed them to ‘think’ they have to be, look like, or sound like. And if I can help do that through my passion, telling stories, then I will. I’ve discovered that you can reach more people through written words than we can through those we speak. Young adults are technically our future, and maybe if we can impose a positive today, we can have a better tomorrow.

I also love reading YA. So, it’s only right that I write what I love to read. 



Title: Two Times Slain
Author: Felisha Antonette
Series: A Burdened Novel #3
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance
Release Date: April 17, 2017
Print Length: 155k words
Format: Digital and Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-9971455-6-4

Loyalty, deception, honesty, and death. These factors in Tracey’s life have taken her from an innocent teenager to a strong-minded young adult when she took the leap that no human or Sephlem would dare to. And while none of the promised perils have materialized, her strength has yet to be tested. Now, the secrets behind the midnight eyes of her mate have started to come to light, and this unbalanced truth affects her, her parents, and what’s left of her friends.

When her mate’s mother gets abducted and everyone leaves to find her, Tracey’s left to fend for herself.  She finds peace in finally being alone without the bond of her mate overwhelming her. She revels in a freedom that she has tried to obtain since mating. But it is short lived. She wakes, bound and blindfolded, awaiting a torturous greeting from an unlikely foe... Someone who has an appetite for vengeance.

The Burdened has rule over Nathan's life, over him, and the more he fights it, it prevails. But rescuing his mate and his mother is a dead cert, and Nathan will destroy anything and anyone who stands in his way.

A prophecy has set the fate of Nathan and Tracey's relationship and the Sephlem race—their union more significant than either realizes. As the future unfolds and their love is tested, will it endure the deepest pain of their loss?

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About Felisha Antonette:
Felisha (Peiri) Antonette writes heart-throbbing young adult and new adult romantic suspense, paranormal, science fiction, and contemporary romance with compelling characters who stick with you long after you turn the last page.

When she's not writing, Felisha spends time with her beautiful daughter, staying cool in Arizona, considering mountain climbing, and finding a way to get back to her hometown Chicago. With a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Creative Writing, she can pick apart a person's motivations to create a believable character, but she has yet to master time management.





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1 comment:

  1. Love Felisha Antonette. Thank you for sharing her with us all.

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