Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Cover Reveal: The Holler by.. ME!

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COVER REVEAL
The Holler: Book Two of The Tribe Novels
Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000037_00020]
GENRE: Paranormal Romance
AUTHOR: Harper L. Jameson
RELEASE DATE: 10/12/16
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:


Harper L. Jameson was born in South Eastern Ohio and raised on the stories of the family seat in the holler–a tiny hamlet nestled in the shadow of the Appalachians. Her imagination ran wild, fueled on tales of folklore and superstitions…of Indian burial sites and haunted woods where magic still runs free. Beginning with her debut novel “The Spirit”, she’s putting a new spin on paranormal romance by bringing the old legends back from our forgotten past. She currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and children, but she never really left the holler. No one ever does.  



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Friday, August 12, 2016

Special Sale: The Spirit by Harper L. Jameson

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The Spirit: Book One of The Tribe Novels

To celebrate the approaching release of "The Holler: Book Two of the Tribe Novels" grab book one, "The Spirit" for just 99 pennies!


Before the white man settled the Appalachians, he stood over the people of the Tribe, providing all they needed to flourish in the shadow of the mountains.
The many tribes have given him many different names. Wakan Tanko. Maheo. To the people that first hunted the corner of Appalachia known to later generations as Wright’s Holler, he was Weshemoneto, the Great Spirit.
To Anna Madeline Wright, he would simply be Wes.
Born in the holler that bore her name, “Annie” Wright came from people that had learned to live on the land, people who believed in the magic saturating the woods around them. People who knew how to survive.
Circumstance of birth gave her power. Her skills gave her respect. Her magic gave them hope. In a town not yet influenced by the progress of the industrial revolution, Annie was a pauwau. A witch.
The winter of 1836 hit the town of McAllen hard and with her people in danger of annihilation, Annie called on the spirits for the power to save them. Her desperation called Weshemoneto himself . When they collided, she had to make a choice: Lose her town or lose her heart.


What happened next would become the stuff of legend for centuries to come.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Harper L. Jameson was born in South Eastern Ohio and raised on the stories of the family seat in the holler–a tiny hamlet nestled in the shadow of the Appalachians. Her imagination ran wild, fueled on tales of folklore and superstitions…of Indian burial sites and haunted woods where magic still runs free. Beginning with her debut novel “The Spirit”, she’s putting a new spin on paranormal romance by bringing the old legends back from our forgotten past. She currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and children, but she never really left the holler. No one ever does.  


Connect with Harper and stay up to date on all the latest news, events and releases:






Sign up for Harper's Newsletter and receive her short story "The Blanket: A Legend of the Tribe" for free! Click HERE.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

2016 Summer Indie Book Awards: The Spirit Nomination



**Thank you for the nomination! More information on the book awards can be found below**

The cold of winter is setting in, at least for those of us in the northern Hemisphere of the world. But we at Metamorph Publishing aren’t letting that get us down! We’re already looking forward to a sizzling summer, and we’re here to announce our first annual Indie Book Awards!
You heard that right, a summer book awards! The event officially begins on January 1 st of each year, and nominations will be accepted through midnight CST on August 31 st each year. Voting will begin on September 1 st and end on September 10th each year.
“What’s the big deal,” you ask? “There are all kinds of contests out there.” And you’re right, there are hundreds, probably thousands of book awards. But many of them are only for unpublished authors, or authors who only write in certain narrow genres, or for authors who have never published before in a particular genre. Plus, there are plenty of them that charge an entry fee, some of which are prohibitive to authors who publish independently, without the backing of a large and powerful publishing house.
So, we’re hoping to do something different with the Summer Indie Book Awards! Entry is free, and nominations will be accepted from any indie or small-press author, regardless of their current published or non-published state, or what genre they write in. We are accepting donations of print or e-books, author swag or novelty items (bookmarks, pens, keychains, etc.), but donation is not required for nomination. We’re taking nominations from authors as well as from readers, and authors can nominate their own books; we only ask that authors who do so also nominate a fellow indie author. Nominations can be made using this form:

http://goo.gl/forms/T1L8sQJGVx 

while donations can be made at:

http://goo.gl/forms/6DkAK4MeqI

Feel free to join up with the event on Facebook at:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1099924726693772  and LIKE the official Facebook page of the Summer Indie Book Awards at https://www.facebook.com/summerindiebookawards You can also sign up for the newsletter at: http://eepurl.com/bL43cf so you can stay up to date with all the latest news!