Friday, November 1, 2013

Coven and Coffin Blog Hop Day 6!

Sage Gets Ready for her Halloween Party

Today is the final day for the Coven and Coffin Blog Hop. Make sure to swing by each blog and check out all the special treats they have in store for you from ghost stories, to recipes, and even a murder mystery! Oh, and did I mention an awesome giveaway full of prizes?

In today's final post, Sage out of my book Sapphire and Sage decides on a costume for her Halloween party:

Sage leaned in close to the mirror as she applied yellow and brown grease make up to her face, for once grateful for the sprouting of freckles sprinkled most of her face. Growing up she had hated them, but now they would serve a purpose. She was going to be a sunflower for the Halloween party, and her freckles gave the perfect outline for the seeds in the center of her flower face.

Sunflowers had always been her favorite flower and ever since moving to the lake house she felt more attuned to nature. While talking with the Fosters and Sapphire about the upcoming festivities she couldn't decide what she wanted to dress up as. Over the years she had been the typical vampire, witch, and even Cleopatra one year. But none of those costumes ever felt right to her and suddenly the idea of being something nature related hit her and she just knew she had to go with it.

She was going all out with the costume too. She had ordered a tight fitting green one piece as well as bright green tights to cover her legs. Then bought a cheap and overly yellow blonde wig that she intended to twist into petals that would be held into place with clips. The first piece of the costume she had applied the night before, a full sleeve of temporary tattoos on both arms. The tattoos were leaves and scrawling vines.

Costume complete, she checked herself in the mirror one last time before heading out to the party...

Sapphire and Sage

When their parents were murdered, twin sisters Sapphire and Sage, were separated to keep them safe. That was 22 years ago. Now, just before their 25th birthday, they are reunited only to learn the true reason for their parent’s murder, magic. They are the current generation in a long line of powerful witches. Their family tree seems cursed, with tragedy and death haunting each generation, traced as far back as the 1700s.

The Night Rage Coven is a group of power hungry demons with the ability to steal magic as long as they can kill the last of a bloodline. When the twins inherit their powers, they become the latest target of the Coven. They must learn to work together and control their new magic before it is too late. Will they survive the hunt or will the bloodline end with them?

Sapphire and Sage is available for early download through LeanPub, a new publishing company that allows readers to purchase the book while it is still being written. Everyone who purchases a copy will get updates with each new chapter posted. As a special treat for those participating in the Coven and Coffin blog hop, use the coupon code: CovenAndCoffin to grab your free copy from Oct. 27th through Nov 1st! Get yours now!

About Kayleigh Grian

Kayleigh Grian is currently a part time student working on her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Computer Forensics and Security. She also works full time as a police dispatcher.

Kayleigh has always enjoyed writing, especially fiction and poetry. She is working on several projects including her first novel and a collection of short stories. Kayleigh enjoys reading as much as she does writing and will often go through a few books a week when she doesn't have a ton of homework to do.

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And check back daily for each post.

Jessica Fortunato, Author of The Sin Collector Series
Noree Cosper, Author of A Prescription for Delirium
Peter Dawes, Author of the Vampire Flynn Series
Kayla Curry, Author of The Mystic Stones Series
M.R. Graham, Author of The Wailing, 
In The Shadow of The Mountains, 
The Truth of the Matter and Proof

And now the promised Giveaways!

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