A book birthday?? For Black Wings? Oh Yeah, i’m there!

Happy Book Birthday to Black Wings!
Black Wings
by Iryna K. Combs
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Keywords: fantasy, romance, sci-fi, mystery, war
Release Date: October 23, 2015
A new time. A new planet. A new world. New technologies. Two new humanoid species. A new war.
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The two species separate, but in the removal, some of the best are left behind among the worst. Captured and held as slaves, they are treated cruelly for entertainment. Torture. Pain.
Annabel, endures a year of such cruelty, kept alive only by way of syringes which, while healing, cause a greater agony. She discovers a secret held by their leader, and decides to help her own kind by escaping–even if it means a final death, preferable to the life shehas endured.
Her escape succeeds, and she joins her own kind at the other end of the planet. Among her new friends she meets many who help her adjust to their happier life. Will Annabel find romance? Or will another war break her down?
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GIVEAWAY!
A paperback copy of Black Wings and a 
$10 Amazon Gift Card!

Open only to those who can legally enter, receive and use an Amazon.com Gift Code.  No purchase necessary, but you must be 18 or older to enter. The winner will be chosen by rafflecopter, and announced on the widget. Winner well be notified by emailed and have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. The number ofBlack Wings Release Blitz HTML Code3
entries received determines the odds of winning. Giveaway was organized by Roane Publishing’smarketing department.
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On the outside looking in.

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A short note to those on the outside looking in.

Have you ever been faced with one of those situations?

You know the type, where you’re excluded from the groups around you.

A feeling of just not belonging to the clique.

Either you’ve said something or, you’ve done something and your just not accepted.

I’m here to say it’s okay.

It’s okay to be on the outside.

You learn more about yourself.

You learn that you can be okay with yourself.

That you can handle silence and internalized searches.

Times like these are a pause in your life, a small down before another larger upward swing.

It’s okay to be yourself.

It’s okay to be lost sometimes.

Life’s not a movie, but it’s not a hallmark card either.

It’s a roller coaster and what goes down always comes up again.