HELLO, 2022 RONE AWARDS!
Unsure of what a RONE Award is? Well, beginning in January, InD’tale Magazine starts the year by having a professional staff of reviewers read and review books. Any books given a 4.5-star rating or higher qualify as a nominee. Once the nominees have been selected, they are then turned over to the reading public to vote. The books with the highest number of public votes progress to become finalists. The final step is a group of industry professionals consisting of editors, writers, professors, etc., to judge the finalists based on a one to five scale from a specific list of requirements such as characterization, overall arc, editing, etc. Those scores will then be tallied by a professional company unrelated to InD’tale or its employees to determine the winner of the coveted RONE award and the honorable mentions. BAM! There it is. The very best books in the Indie and Small publishing industry are awarded the prestigious RONE award.
So, there you have it, and I’m HONORED to say that From Blood to Ink is one of the nominees in the Paranormal Long category.
During the week of April 25th-May 1st, if you’re so inclined, will you please follow the link below and vote for my book? I would greatly appreciate it. This month marks From Blood to Ink’s one-year “book birthday," and I cannot think of a better way to celebrate it than by giving Indigo, Cilla, and the rest of the cast and crew of From Blood to Ink the gift of “award-winning book” in the paranormal, long category.
Paranormal romance author, Indigo James, is under deadline to produce a book, but her muse is not cooperating. Feeling stuck, she joins her sister for a night out and ends up in the crosshairs of the gods of chaos and fear. The two gods bet they can turn Indigo from a mid-list author to a best-selling one. Indigo wakes up with blood on her keyboard and a completed manuscript she doesn't remember writing. The god of fear wants his chance, and his methods are less than pleasant. With her sister's life at stake—not to mention her own—Indigo is forced to write a second book that she despises. As the lines between fiction and reality blur, Indigo discovers an agenda that will create chaos and change her reality forever, unless she can take on a few gods and win.
"Blood and Ink" cleverly weaves a story within a story in a spellbinding plot that keeps readers hooked! The sisterly bond between Indigo and her sister reminds us of the power of family and how far we will go to protect those we love. When the gods force Indigo to use her talents to produce a best seller, story reality collides with Greek mythology, which collides with a fictional world. The lines continue to blur until both Indigo and the reader are thrust into a world in which all three converge in an intense climax. It wraps up neatly—almost too neatly—at the end, where it isn't Indigo as much as her fictional creation who triumphs. Even so, "Blood and Ink" stands out for its innovative plot and turn-twisting adventure!
Tricia Hill~Reviewer at InD'tale Magazine
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