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Guest Post & Giveaway: Something About Witches by Joey W. Hill

We are so pleased to have Joey W. Hill here today to talk about her Arcane Shot series.  In the Company of Witches is the second installment, and will be released on May 1, 2012.  Haven’t had a chance to start the series yet?  Be sure to check out the recently released first book, Something About Witches.  We are also featuring this title in our UF/PNR Reading Challenge 2012.

Thanks to Joey, you also have a chance to win a copy of one of her books.  You can make your selection choice by going here.  As always, details are listed at the end of the post.  Make sure you follow the rules to be entered into the contest!

Author Bio:

Joey W. Hill writes contemporary and paranormal erotic romance. Her characters include everything from vampires, mermaids, witches and angels, to boardroom executives, cops and simple housemaids. With four series and almost thirty titles available, she was nominated in both 2009 and 2010 for a Career Achievement award in Erotica by Romantic Times.

Though much of her work is BDSM, she has built her reputation on award-winning romances with absorbing characters who not only attract fans of the genre, but readers who would “never” read BDSM romance. “Whatever genre you’re writing, if the characters are compelling and sympathetic, the readers are going to want to see what happens to them. It can be the coolest storyline ever, but if the reader could care less whether the hero or heroine survive (in fact, in some cases they may be rooting for their destruction just so they can be done with the darn thing), then it’s not a story worth reading.”

Bringing characters together who have numerous emotional obstacles standing in their way, watching them reach a soul-deep understanding of one another through the expression of their darkest sexual needs, and then growing from that understanding into love –that’s the connection Joey seeks to accomplish in every story. She invites you to join them on that journey.

Free excerpts from all her works are available here.

You can visit Joey around the web here: Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook

Want to read more from Joey W. Hill?

The Vampire Queen's Servant The Mark of the Vampire Queen A Vampire's Claim Beloved Vampire Vampire Mistress Vampire Trinity Vampire InstinctA Mermaid's Kiss A Witch's Beauty A Mermaid's RansomSomething About Witches In the Company of Witches

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Swords, Spells, Cowboy Boots and Freddy Krueger

 “She’s fourteen years old, going on forty.” That was my psychiatrist’s official diagnosis of my dysfunctional state when I was a teen. My reaction? Delight, because I adored the stage play Camelot, and I assumed it meant I was like Merlin, “youthening” as I aged. LOL  Obviously, I loved fantasy from an early age. Way before then, I had read stories of Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table, the Chronicles of Narnia, Lloyd Alexander’s Taran Wanderer series, etc. However, it was when I discovered Mercedes Lackey and Ellen Guon’s Elves of L.A. (the Bedlam Bard series) that something really clicked. What an incredible idea – put together our modern steel and brick world with the fantasy world, and give it a gritty, sexy edge with romance and danger. Who knew a couple decades later they’d be calling that “urban fantasy” or “paranormal romance”?

The appeal of bringing together the modern with the fantasy was rooted in the same thing I learned in my early steps as a writer. A reader needs to be able to relate to at least one character. That’s why often an invincible superhero has a much more vulnerable “like us” sidekick or love interest. We have to be able to see the superhero through familiar eyes. The Elves of L.A. had the fantastic creatures we love, with the expected magical powers, but they stepped into our world, with all its familiar trappings—cars, indoor plumbing, pizza and rock music.

With my reaction to this story, it’s not a surprise that my first published book was a tale of an extraordinary magic-user from another world, coming to a Virginia college to find two missing priestesses. Guardian of the Continuum was my first attempt to twine a familiar emotional terrain– roommates, college dorm life and midterms–with witchcraft, magic and an urgent call to save the world from demonkind.

If we lived in a magical world and saw a dragon, we’d react to it the same way we would to a cow in a field. “Yeah, whatever. That’s a dragon.” (of course, I love cows, but that’s not the point I’m trying to make.) However, put a dragon in downtown Atlanta, scaling up the side of the Marriott Marquis, and you have something really interesting. When we read a story that puts magic in our daily lives, it indulges the secret hope of all of us childhood fantasy-lovers. Somewhere, just within our reach, that kind of magic is real. Dragons, elves, fairies, trolls… What’s even more cool, we don’t have to experience them by donning a tunic and learning to talk in grandiose dialogue devoid of contractions. Forsooth, we can stumble on a dragon while jogging in our Natural Balance shoes and listening to the latest on our Ipods.

In Something About Witches, the first book of my new Arcane Shot series, Derek and Ruby combine the best of those magical worlds with the raw edge of our familiar one. I hope you’ll enjoy this snippet enough to go check out the full Chapter One excerpt on my website. The book has received an RT BookReviews Top Pick and an All About Romance Desert Isle Keeper award!

Thanks so much for letting me ramble on with you today. :>

Background: Ruby and three of the coven members she has been instructing are under paranormal attack at a fault line they’ve been reinforcing. At the moment, they’re in a protected circle, trying to shore up their defenses to fight the smokelike creatures surrounding them.

Moving to Linda, Ruby put her hand on her shoulder to lean in, speak in her ear so the woman could hear over the din surrounding them. “I’m stepping out of the circle to push these bastards back. When I get them below the fault line, you need to be ready to seal the lid. Got it? Do you feel it? Know where it is?”

Linda nodded, a quick jerk. Ruby understood how she felt. Despite all her resolve and knowledge, she was scared, too. And what they were dealing with right now was up there with Freddy Krueger, Jason and Michael, all wrapped up into one.

She didn’t look back. Shoring up her own personal defenses, strengthening her shields, she stepped out of the circle between Christine and Linda. The black smoke swallowed her immediately.

Light energy was a formidable weapon in the hands of those who knew how to use it. In the hands of confident, advanced magic users, ones like Derek, it could turn bullets to flowers before they even left the chamber. Right now, though, Derek wasn’t here, and they needed zero to one hundred speed reaction time.

Damn it, she wasn’t supposed to be doing the fighting. Derek, next time I see you, I’m going to punch you in the mouth.

Shit, there were three of them. Outside the circle, she could feel their form and substance, the way they swirled around her, creatures of ash and fire. Soul-eaters, the carrion of the Underworld. Not so powerful, when all was said and done, but they made up for that in numbers, deception ability and their sheer bogeyman-in-the-closet fear factor. Many lower-echelon creatures of the Underworld appeared as an odd assortment of parts—horse heads, goat legs, body of a man, engorged privates, large fangs. Their sole purpose was fear, and they fed on it. They could be strengthened and sometimes even spawned by people’s fear of the dark and shadows, but once created, could not be dispelled, a self-fulfilling prophecy.

One could create the monster in one’s closet, a frightening thought.

She had the knowledge to do this, the will and the power, damn it. The soul eaters were all pumped up, sure of their victory now, because they were nearly free. But they were too eager, like rats tunneling out of holes. The opening was still too small for them and yet they were trying to squeeze free, which left their attention divided, making them more vulnerable. She had a precious few more moments, but she told herself that was all she needed.

Evil had a base smell, an ingredient that infected all its recipes. That was fine. Right now, she wanted to smell that smell, wanted to be fully aware of the shape and substance of that energy. Use her rage against it to dispel her fear.

Chanting the words, she took deep breaths, oxygenating her muscles and internal organs, preparing them for the load they were about to bear. Sensing the impending threat, the darkness closed around her, the soul-eaters trying to cook her inside the barrier of her own defenses if she let them seep in through the pores.

She didn’t. When she opened her eyes, fully focused, one was staring at her, red eyes inches from her face. Her stomach was tied in knots, but her feet were anchored in the earth.

Boo, you son of a bitch,” she said, baring her teeth.

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This giveaway is provided by Joey W. Hill

One winner can select a book of your choice.  View book selection by going here.

Available on February 7, 2012 from Penguin/Berkley Sensation

About the Book:

It’s amazing what a little magic can do…

Ruby Night Divine is a gun shop owner. She’s also a witch who knows magic can fail. She’s experienced it firsthand, with full-blown tragic consequences. Smith & Wesson is a whole hell of a lot more reliable, and nothing’s as cathartic as the ability to put a few holes in the things that piss you off. Like Derek Stormwind.

A powerful sorcerer, Derek is determined to get to the bottom of why she pushed him away and ran three years before. He also needs her help. A coven needs training to help them fight a demon and his minions. While Ruby is willing to do it, she’s sure it’s just a ruse to get back in her heart—and her bed. The thing is, that’s where she wants him. Unfortunately, her bed’s already made, she’s this close to losing her soul, and she fears nothing can save her. Not Derek. Not even Smith & Wesson.

Click HERE to read an excerpt

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33 Responses to “Guest Post & Giveaway: Something About Witches by Joey W. Hill

  1. AHNo Gravatar
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    If I was a witch and able to use magic – I use my magic for “good” and have a clean house, lol.

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  2. Viki S.No Gravatar
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    Easy to answer – I’d make my house sparkling clean with a wave of my hand. Even the windows ;). Ever since I was a little kid I wanted to be Samantha Stevens and just twitch my nose and have the house clean.

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  3. DanaNo Gravatar
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    If I were a witch and born with magic I’d definitely want to help my friends with their financial woes – without totally destroying the economy? Maybe? I wouldn’t want to end up as a ‘bad’ witch!

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    I would definitely use my magic to clean my house! My 4 kids mess it up faster than I can clean it up.

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    I’d work my magic to stop bullies from causing so much havoc.

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    I’d be tempted to heal people and make toddlers and teenagers behave.

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  7. Barb PNo Gravatar
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    I just basically would want to help my family and friends. Although everyone’s comments about a clean house sounds good too! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  8. Melissa (Books and Things)No Gravatar
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    I’m not sure. I’d at least entertain myself somehow. Maybe make one of my book boyfriends real. :D

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  9. Joey W HillNo Gravatar
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    Sheree, with respect to making toddlers and teenagers behave, do you think there’s ANY magic that strong? lol It would be nice! I’m amused by how many of us would use it to clean the house, because this is an actual clip from Something About Witches (don’t worry, no spoilers):

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    It intrigued Ruby, thinking of Derek doing his laundry. From the times he’d stayed with her, she knew he didn’t handle mundane chores with sorcery unless it was a teaching exercise to hone skills. In his opinion, doing otherwise was a misuse of power and also negated the importance of doing tasks in the way they were intended to be done.

    Only a man who’d lived hundreds of years could feel that way about vacuuming. She’d be happy to break all the rules of sorcery to do the Mickey Mouse Sorcerer’s Apprentice thing and have her vacuum roll out on its own.

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    I’m with Ruby! Of course, Melissa, your idea is really tempting. If I could have JD Robb’s Roarke or Diana Gabaldon’s Jamie show up in my living room AND vacuum, there would be the winning magical combination!

    Regardless, great answers, everyone. Looking forward to what else you come up with!

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  10. elaing8No Gravatar
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    I’d make healing and love potions :)

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    If I had magic, I would want to poof to different places. I hate flying. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    One thing I’d love to do is to add more time to the day so that I could read more and maybe make a dent in my TBR pile.

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    I would make love potions and poison apples…oh wait have I been watching too many Disney movies with my daughter?
    Great cover on this book!

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  14. Joey W HillNo Gravatar
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    Rain Maiden, ooh, that’s an awesome idea. I’m terrified of flying and would love to “poof” instead.

    Jen, that’s also a cool concept. It made me think of Star Trek:Insurrection and how they could stretch out a minute as long as they wished, and then come right back into present time. I could spend way more time with reading/leisure/fun activity that way.

    Thanks for that compliment on the cover, Lexi! :> And nothing wrong with a great Disney flick. Tarzan and Beauty and the Beast remain two of my favorites.

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    As a believer in magic,I would help others and show them everyone can do magic to improve their life.I read the secret. Magic is real!

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    I’d probably magically clean my house and when my son wants me to play baseball outback with him…I’d magically keep tossing him a ball :) I get so tired of pitching ball after ball. Yeah I’d definitely do that. Thanks for the chance to win your book. It sounds like a really good read.

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    if I was a witch I would take Ruby away from Derek with a snap my fingers.

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    Thanks, Tanya! I have a black lab who never tires of ball throwing as well – like that dog in the Adam Sandler movie (lol). If I could only bottle her energy and use it, it would be like I had magic! Good idea, using it to multitask.

    Tracy, that would be wonderful. Believing in magic does seem to inspire people to make magic happen – a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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    I would use magic to help people.

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  20. LaurieNo Gravatar
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    The Rafflecopter isn’t working, so I’m guessing from the responses it’s what you would do if you were a witch. Well I’d have the house cleaned, laundry done, and meals cooked so I could spend more time reading!

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  21. DeAnna SchultzNo Gravatar
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    I would use it to help peeps and myself out. You know the pesky daily living chores (we all hate to do). I just purchased Joey Hill’s (Vampire Queen Series) two days ago. Books 1-6 and 8. I’m just left to purchase #7 to complete the whole series…so far that is. *happy dancing* Woo hoo!!! I can’t wait to start it! Now I’m left playing the UPS waiting game. *sigh* I know, I can be soooo impatient at times. But were talking about Joey Hill here I can’t help myself. LOL Something About Witches series is next on my list.
    Thank you for the chance to win! *bounces*

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  22. MJBNo Gravatar
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    I have really wanted to start reading this series as I’ve read almost all of your books, Joey!! You were the first author I read when I began my PNR erotica stage and then I just started reading everything you ever published! I know I’m gushing but, well, you’re gush-worthy! Can’t wait to have the $$ to get back to buying your work, including the last Vampire book. Maybe I’ll win it here (I hope, I hope)
    MJB
    msmjb65 AT gmail DOT com

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    I’d cast spells for housework.

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    I’d be tempted to heal people, because I want to be a doctor.

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  25. Brandy SwainNo Gravatar
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    Hmm…. what wouldn’t I do! I haven’t read much from Joey Hill but I really want to! This new series sounds fantastic! Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

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  26. Joey W HillNo Gravatar
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    Kevin, Derek might be willing to go hand-to-hand with you on that one if necessary (laughter). Plus, he says you don’t know how much work that woman is – very high maintenance!

    Laurie, since I can’t cook at all, cooking skills via magic would be a good idea for me. My husband would discover there’s something other than frozen pre-packaged meals!

    DeAnna, I’m delighted to hear that. Thank you!! Hope you love my vampires, especially now that you have all of the books. If any of them disappoint, let me know. I always want to hear feedback from my readers, good or bad, because it all helps me to write better stories (at least that’s the plan – wink).

    MJB, thank you as well!! I’m particularly interested in the reaction from readers who’ve followed my other series, to see how this new Arcane series compares. Fingers crossed you enjoy the journey. Hate to give a reader a bad experience. Good luck in the contest. :>

    BN100, I’m sensing a theme – I think all of us really need and want maid service (lol).

    Kausar, that’s a good wish right there. Of course, the storyteller in me thinks about all the potential plot conflicts in helping someone overcome a terminal illness that might have been “fated” to pass, and how that would mess with destiny, etc…but how is saving someone from a fatal heart attack with medical science different from doing it with magical science, etc etc etc. Great questions to explore from a writing AND a real life perspective.

    As a separate note, it’s interesting, because this very topic–whether or not to save a life with magic–is wrestled with in Something About Witches in a major way.

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  27. Joey W HillNo Gravatar
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    Brandy – lol – I like that you don’t limit yourself. You’ve a lot in common with Raina, a secondary character in Something About Witches! :>

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  28. Renée GNo Gravatar
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    Probably use it to do the little things like cleaning that get in the way of going my photography.

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  29. MLNo Gravatar
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    If I had magic, I’d use it to help others and help animals. I’d hope to make the world a better place. Although I guess how big an impact I’d make would depend on how strong of magic I had and how effective I was at using it :).

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  30. Richard HayesNo Gravatar
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    I hope that I would do good but probably go for money and power

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  31. Joey W HillNo Gravatar
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    Rene, more time to do the things we love is a good wish.

    Richard, you could do both – have money and power AND use it for good. The best philanthropists I know are rich ones! (lol)

    ML, I’m with you there. I’d love to see a better world for animals, and everyone preyed upon by the darker side of human nature (no matter what it’s disguised as – entertainment, science, sport, etc). A good use of magic for sure.

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  32. Jennifer BielmanNo Gravatar
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    I’d make Chris Hemsworth think he is in love with me. lol, just kidding (not really).

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  33. leannessfNo Gravatar
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    I would spell myself so I can be fluent in any language! :)

    Thanks,
    Leanne

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