Welcome to the WordCrafter “Refracted Reflections” Book Blog Tour

Refracted Reflections Book Blog Tour

Welcome to the WordCrafter Refracted Reflections Book Blog Tour, where we will have reviews and guest posts from a few of the awesome authors who contributed to this unique and unsual fantasy & science fiction anthology. This is the second of three WordCrafter anthologies to include stories handpicked by me, mostly from the submissions which caught my eye when on the editorial team for Guilded Glass. This anthology was by invitation only and the stories contained within are exceptional. Today is the last day it will be available for pre-order, because the release is tomorrow!

Refracted Reflections: Twisted Tales of Duality & Deception

Reflections and Refractions…

One reveals truths, while the other bends light into varying shapes of deception.

Does a small camp mirror reveal hope… or death?

Is the warrior in the mirror a monster… or a protector?

Does a glimpse in the  mirror reveal a young woman’s true self… or what someone else has shaped her into?

Does the mysterious portal to the future reflect what could be… or what must be left behind?

Are the dancers reflected in the water’s depth things of beauty… or evil?

This unique and imaginative collection of nine mind tantalizing fantasy and science fiction stories will appeal to readers who enjoy thought provoking tales with hidden meanings resting deep below the surface. These stories will keep you pondering long into the night.

If you liked Gilded Glass or Once Upon an Ever After, you’ll love Refracted Reflections.

We have a great tour planned for this week and I hope you will stick with us and follow the tour. We have a great giveaway, where you could get a free digital copy of the anthology, just by leaving comments. Today is a double tour stop day, with this post and a review by DL Mullan on Undawnted, so be sure to click the link below and check out her review. You may leave comments for her review here, as well.

(Note: Links in the schedule below will not work until the post goes live.)

Tour Schedule

Refracted Reflections – September 19 – 23

Monday – September 19 – Introductory post on Writing to be Read & Review on Undawnted

Tuesday – September 20 – Guest Post & Review – Ligia de Wit on Carla Loves to Read

Wednesday – September 21 – Guest Post – Elisabeth Caldwell on Writing to be Read

Thursday – September 22 – Guest Post – Valerie B. Williams on Roberta Writes

Friday – September 23 – Review & Guest Post – Roberta Eaton Cheadle on Zigler’s News

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Digital Giveaway

For a chance to win a free digital copy of Refracted Reflections, just leave a comment to show you were here. Follow the tour and comment at each stop for more chances to win. Three copies will be given away in a random drawing.

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About The Book

Each of the stories included in Refracted Reflections feature a mirror or reflection in some significant way. The reflections given are sometimes surprising, often fooling those who gaze upon them, because things aren’t often as they seem.

I have included two of my own stories, “The Devil Made Her Do It”, which is a reprinted story about a woman blinded by love and deceived by a man who just might be the devil, which first appeared in Relationship Add Vice, from Zombie Pirates Publishing; and an original fairy tale, The Not So Perfect Prince, about a prince who is so full of himself that he can’t see who he truly is.

But mine are only two among nine outstanding stories by eight talented authors, and we’ll be introducing five of the contributing authors on this tour: Valerie B. Williams, Roberta Eaton Cheadle, Ligia de Wit, Elisabeth Caldwell, and of course me, Kaye Lynne Booth.

Follow the tour to learn more about Refracted Reflections: Twisted Tales of Duality & Deceptions, and for more chances to win a digital copy of your very own. Don’t forget to stop by Undawnted for DL Mullan’s review today, and you’ll find us over at Carla Loves to Read with a guest post from contributing author, Ligia de Wit and a review by Carla Johnson-Hicks.

About Kaye Lynne Booth

For Kaye Lynne Booth, writing is a passion. Kaye Lynne is an author with published short fiction and poetry, both online and in print, including her short story collection, Last Call and Other Short Fiction; and her paranormal mystery novella, Hidden Secrets. Kaye holds a dual M.F.A. degree in Creative Writing with emphasis in genre fiction and screenwriting, and an M.A. in publishing. Kaye Lynne is the founder of WordCrafter Quality Writing & Author Services and WordCrafter Press. She also maintains an authors’ blog and website, Writing to be Read, where she publishes content of interest in the literary world.

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16 Comments on “Welcome to the WordCrafter “Refracted Reflections” Book Blog Tour”

  1. You always bring together some of the best with some of their best! WTG!!

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  2. Hi Kaye, a great kick off post for the tour. I shared Dawn’s too. Please send me the picture with the contributors, it’s very nice.

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  3. Hi Kaye, Reading Dawn’s review of the book gave me the shivers. It sounds very entertaining. I look forward to the other blogs on this tour.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. WOW! This sounds like a great book.
    I’ll be touring all the stops as I can and sharing as we go.
    Sorry, I’m a day late.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Reblogged this on Pattys World and commented:
    Looking for your next read? Look no further.
    Kaye Lynne Booth​ and Writing to be Read​ has you covered.
    Check it out.
    Post includes a free giveaway drawing.
    #Anthology
    #FreeBookGiveaway
    #WritingToBeRead

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Christy B says:

    Wow, this anthology sounds great! And thanks for the giveaway opportunity too 🙂 All the best with the tour!

    Liked by 1 person


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