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Scenic Sunday, Destiny’s Fire winner & Reviews!


I haven’t posted a Scenic Sunday pic in a while…so enjoy the sunset. I did! 🙂









Thank you to everyone who participated and thanks to Trisha Wolfe for offering up a copy of her book.  THE WINNER is: Silvia P!

Congratulations Silvia! Traci should be contacting you about sending you your eBook! Happy Reading! 🙂


An Amazing & Intense Paranormal YA “…Brightest Kind of Darkness is an amazing, intense read. Even when it was 6AM and hadn’t slept yet, I couldn’t seem to put it down…” Click here to read the entire review at Bitten Books


“…Ethan is a pretty awesome male protagonist – brooding, handsome, and he spends his free time saving animals at the local shelter. Go ahead and swoon. Like Inara said, “Who knew knights wore flannel shirts and Led Zeppelin tees?”…” Click here to read the entire review at Writing Belle


“…Brightest Kind of Darkness is a wonderful, mysterious story with compelling characters…” Click here to read the entire review at Riffs And Reviews

Scenic Sunday & New Reviews


I haven’t posted a Scenic Sunday post in a while so I thought I’d share a couple.

This picture was taken in London, and with the exception of the mannequin on the right, it was made entirely of books and notebooks. Even the guy’s FACE and hands are an open book with pages trimmed to define his face and hands. I thought this was awesome…a true book lover’s sculpture. 🙂

This photo is untouched. The sky really was THIS pink on an early fall morning!


“… I don’t think I was prepared for how much I was going to love this book. I was expecting to like it based on the feedback I received from a few trusted bloggers but I had no idea it would consume my whole day. I was glad I decided to start it on the last day of my Christmas vacation because once I started I knew I wasn’t leaving the couch any time soon…”  Click here to read the entire review at Stalking the Bookshelves


“I think I’ve tried to write this first paragraph at least four times, but it just wouldn’t come out right. So I might as well just say it: Brightest Kind of Darkness blew my mind away! Seriously, it was so good and so full of all kinds of surprises, twists, turns and well, awesomeness, that I don’t even know where to start!..” Click here to read the entire review at Deea’s Journal


“This book was fantastic. I was literally up all night and didn’t go to bed til 9AM because I just couldn’t put this book down. P.T. did an amazing job with the characters and the whole story line. It had me hook, line, and sinker…”  Click here to read the entire review on Good Choice Reading

Thanks so much to Carrie, Deea and Raquel for the wonderful reviews!

Scenic Sunday ~ The Sun, the Moon & the Star

Get ready for another EPIC post: Photos, News, Reviews, Interviews & Contests.

I couldn’t let this Sunday pass without doing another Scenic Sunday, so you get to look at pretty pictures along with other news. 🙂


The Sun ~ Sunrise in Florida Photo Credit: P.T. Michelle

The Moon ~ I love when I can capture the moon like this! Photo Credit: P.T. Michelle

The Star ~ You have to admit, this pose steals the show! Photo Credit: P.T. Michelle


This as been a banner week for amazing NEWS and reviews for BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS. Not only did BKoD get a TRR Top Pick, it also hit three best seller lists on Amazon. BKoD made it all the way to #8 on the Bestsellers in Teen Love & Romance list right up there with the Twilight books! Many thanks to all the readers who bought BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS, posted the cover on their blogs and told their friends about it! Please keep spreading the word! 🙂


The Romance Review Top Pick “… Nara Collins was a strong character and her personality was interpreted very well in the writing. You could really relate to her character and almost feel her emotions coming off the page. Her relationship with Ethan was sweet and really touching how much they trusted each other. The romance was not rushed and I could tell that they really fit well together…”  Click here to read the entire review on The Romance Reviews


Nothing short of ingenuity! “… If there was any reason to use the word “fantabulous”, defining Brightest Kind of Darkness would be it! It’s rare that I get really hooked in a story until at least one quarter through, but this one had me hooked by page 10! …”  Click here to read the entire review at Xpresso Reads


Exciting new author for me…great read! “I absolutely loved this book! Isn’t the cover gorgeous? It pulled me right in from the start and actually got me out of a reading slump… Twists and turns will have you guessing what will happen next. I cannot wait to see what happens in the next novel – I need more of Nara and Ethan! I definitely wanted more of this story when I reached the end. PT Michelle is now one of my favourite new authors.” Click here to read the entire review at Snowdrop Dreams.


“… Brightest Kind of Darkness truly surprised me. It has one of the most original plots I have read in quite some time, a meaningful romance based on more than just good looks, and is so well written that the story completely sucked me in right off the bat…” Click here to read the entire review on Lost in the Pages


“… this novel is definitely one you will not want to miss. The world that is brought to life is highly believable and one that I would love to be lost in. It is action packed and has twists you won’t see coming, and a cliffhanger that will leave you starving for the next installment…” Click here to read the entire review on Moonlight Reviews


“… Brightest Kind of Darkness is definitely a mysterious, creepy and quite action-filled read. Books dealing with dreams are something I definitely love; there’s just something fascinating with dreams in general and I truly enjoy seeing how differently you can twist them into something other than just dreams…”  Click here to read the entire review on Kindle Fever


“… the story intrigued me so much that I don’t hide the fact that after the final scene I was in a desperate mood for a book two!…” Click here to read the entire review on Darkest Sin