Tuesday, March 13, 2018

BLOG TOUR & GUEST POST by C.M. Stunich & Tate James for "Dark Glitter"

Dark Glitter 
by C.M. Stunich & Tate James
Publication date: January 24th, 2018
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Thriller
Ciarah O’Rourke was born into torture.

A human spirit reincarnated in the body of an ancient fae goddess, she’s spent the last five years in iron shackles, her mind poisoned with magic for secrets she doesn’t know.
Waking up in a dirty alley with no memory of her escape, Ciarah finds herself in the hands of The Wild Hunt Motorcycle Club – a ruthless and violent group of bikers with faerie blood in their veins. 
Arlo. Reece. Killian.

Three men drenched in death, sin, and old magic.

From their clubhouse in the middle of the Louisiana bayou, they’ll offer Ciarah the keys to unlock her memories and control the veil between worlds. But even her knights can’t erase the twisted scars that remind her they aren’t the only ones who hunt. 
When The Wild Hunt rides, the souls of the dead join their parade.

All that’s missing now is their queen.

How do you work together as a writer team?

This is a question we get asked a lot by both readers and writers! It's interesting because no co-author team ever has the same answers. Everyone has their own version on how to best partner up on a project that can be as isolating and individualistic as writing.

We started out in such an unconventional way--with wine, an email, and plumbers--that our co-writing relationship sort of developed organically. For the most part, we write one thousand words on and off, and we aren't allowed to change each other's work. Of course we edit at the end and if changes need to be made or the story needs to be smoothed out, we do that, but while we're writing, we force ourselves to take whatever the previous person did and roll with it. It opens up so many creative doors that we never thought we'd see inside of. Sometimes you get a real doozy from your writing partner, and it takes some ingenuity to figure out where to move the story from that point on.

For the most part, we get along pretty well! Sometimes one of us--we both know who this is--is a bit stubborn and causes squabbles, but we're both grown ups and work it out pretty quick. LOL. Co-writing is not an easy task, and it isn't necessarily "half the work" like some people think. Honestly, in certain cases it can be twice as much work! But it's all worth it in the end because you're forced to think outside your own box and see characters and situations from someone else's point of view.

Author Bio:
Tate James was born and raised in the Land of the Long White Cloud (New Zealand) but now lives in Australia with her husband, baby and furbaby.

She is a lover of books, red wine, cats and coffee and is not a morning person. She is a bit too sarcastic and swears too much for polite society and definitely tells too many dirty jokes.
Author links:

Website / Facebook / Instagram 
C.M. Stunich is a self-admitted bibliophile with a love for exotic teas and a whole host of characters who live full time inside the strange, swirling vortex of her thoughts. Some folks might call this crazy, but Caitlin Morgan doesn’t mind – especially considering she has to write biographies in the third person. Oh, and half the host of characters in her head are searing hot bad boys with dirty mouths and skillful hands (among other things). If being crazy means hanging out with them everyday, C.M. has decided to have herself committed. 
She hates tapioca pudding, loves to binge on cheesy horror movies, and is a slave to many cats. When she’s not vacuuming fur off of her couch, C.M. can be found with her nose buried in a book or her eyes glued to a computer screen. She’s the author of over thirty novels – romance, new adult, fantasy, and young adult included. Please, come and join her inside her crazy. There’s a heck of a lot to do there. 
Oh, and Caitlin loves to chat (incessantly), so feel free to e-mail her, send her a Facebook message, or put up smoke signals. She’s already looking forward to it. 
Author links:
Website / Goodreads / Facebook / Twitter

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