#RRBC’S Back-To-School Book & Blog Block Party

 

Blog Party 1

 

Hello, and welcome to my stop on this fantastic tour. This post is coming to you from beautiful Tacoma, just a few short miles south of Seattle, in the great state of Washington.

Here we are, on the last day of the tour. I don’t know about you, but I’ve had so much fun visiting so many fantastic blogs and reading about all those books!  I’ve also won a couple of awesome prizes, and that’s fun too.

Speaking of prizes, at this stop I’ll be giving away (1) signed paperback copy of Shadow of the Drill  (USA residents only), (3) Kindle copies of Shadow of the Drill, (3) Kindle copies of A Perilous Thirst, (1) $10.00 Amazon Gift Card, and (2) $5.00 Amazon Gift Cards, for a total of 10 prizes. All you have to do is leave a comment at the end of this post and you’ll be entered to win. Good luck!

 

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A Perilous Thirst

 In 1987, the AIDS crisis forces a gay vampire to make a few changes…

 (Excerpt)

   I have a unique hunger, as you now know. And with this unique hunger comes unique problems, though many are now more easily overcome. Finding partners is fairly simple these days, even for one of my preferences. You would be amazed at the veritable smorgasbord of succulent young gentleman found almost every night of the week in any leather bar. Or, maybe not. I am rather observant, and those are trooper’s boots beneath your jeans, are they not? And your key ring…most interesting. I must admit that I find the swing of your keys against your hip strangely exciting.

But in reference to the men who patronize those bars; I have found them to be audacious, daring to the point of abandon. They seek sensation at its maximum intensity, and the power, the unadulterated vivacity, that can be drawn from them at the absolute peak of rapture, is… Well, my friend, let me just say that it is ecstasy of the highest degree.

There is something about such men that draws me to them, forcing me to reach deep within myself to give them what they so fearlessly desire. You may think that it is only the physical hunger that compels me, but I tell you now that there is another need as well. One which is just as powerful, just as demanding, just as intense. The need of which I speak is emotion. That human attribute you so cheerfully take for granted, but which was lost to me on the eve of my transformation.

Please excuse me, but I did not hear your question clearly. The level of noise in this establishment at times precludes conversation. I believe that you asked if I was referring to love. Is that correct?

I think that I would have to say that the attributes of love, those exquisite yearnings to become one with another, is not what I am speaking of. Rather, the emotion itself. Any strong emotion, whether it be love, lust, exhilaration, even fear (although that particular morsel does tend to leave a mildly unpleasant ambiance behind) is capable of being transferred from my partner to myself during moments of intimacy. A high-calorie dessert, if you will. The chocolate truffles of the vampire’s feast.

You mentioned earlier that you find intimacy for the sake of physical pleasure alone to be unfulfilling. It is the same with me, from a slightly different perspective. To engage another simply to feed, is to deprive myself of the aforementioned truffle, resulting in an experience that I would describe as adequate, at best. Therefore, I tend to choose my partners based not on my attraction to them, but rather, their attraction to me. The more captivating they find me, the greater their response to my seduction. Which, in turn, leads to erotic adventures of a most extraordinary nature.

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Shadow of the Drill is the first in a series of books about an unrepentant enforcer, d the violent life that he leads.  Below is a passage form when Decker (the Drill) is in the midst of a showdown with his oldest enemy, who has the upper hand.

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   “Well,” Decker said, refusing to let his voice betray the fury that he was feeling. “If you’re gonna do it, best get to it.”

Trevor stared at him, mouth open and eyes honestly confused. “Are you for real? Man, I’m about to set your ass on fucking fire, and you’re telling me to go ahead and do it?” He shook his head in disbelief. “Buddy, ya ain’t right.”

“You want me to beg?” Decker snapped the question, his anger at his own inability to best the man – again – exploding onto his face. “Is that it? Is that what you want?” His shoulders squared against his bonds, and he somehow managed to appear almost regal. “As a rule, I never beg. But maybe I can make an exception for you.”

Staring directly at his would-be executioner, he gauged the distance between them, wondering if he dared to make a move just yet. “Let’s see,” he said softly as if trying to jog his memory. “Oh yeah . . . I remember now. It goes something like this.” Leaning back in the chair, he squinted his eyes tightly and began tossing his head from side to side.

“NO-O-O!” He screamed the word, his bruised throat screaming back in protest when he raised his voice. “I’m begging you – no more! You want money? I’ll get you money. I’ll get you anything you want – just please, no more!”

Opening his right eye, he curled his lips into a mocking smirk. “That’s how it was with them,” he said with undisguised contempt. “Your ‘boys’. They went out screaming. Pissin’ their pants and beggin’ me for mercy they were never gonna get.” He yawned, as if the whole thing was of no consequence. “They didn’t last very long. In fact, they -”

A blow to the face stopped him, and he tasted blood when his lower lip split. “What’s the matter, Trev?” The words were slurred through rapidly swelling lips, but his sarcasm came through perfectly. “Not a pretty picture?”

Trevor ignored him, retrieving his jacket from where he had tossed it earlier. As he lifted the garment, he spotted the Browning lying in the shadow of an empty packing crate. A cheerful grin brightened his face as he reclaimed the weapon and slipped it into the pocket of the jacket. He had owned the Browning for several years and was very fond of it. Losing it would have been a tragedy.

When he removed his hand from the folds of the jacket, it held a book of matches. Decker tensed, knowing that time was running short.

Can I wiggle out of this? His thoughts came without panic as he tested the strength of the ropes again. They were unyielding, so he let his exhausted mind bounce freely through his other options. I could let the fire burn through the ropes, he mused, but could I take it? I think I could, but how much damage would it do? And could I really hold my arms in the fire long enough to burn out of this? He thought for a moment longer, then put that idea on the shelf. There had to be another way.

In the meantime, Trevor had pulled three matches from the book, holding them in front of Decker’s face. “Burning’s gotta be the worst way to go,” he said pensively. “The smoke is thick . . . heavy. It fills your lungs and chokes out the air. Ya won’t even have the breath to scream when your skin starts to sizzle. And the heat! Oh, my god, the heat! You’ll feel the blood boilin’ in your veins until your skin splits like sausage in the pan.” An expression that was somewhat familiar to Decker crossed his face, bringing with it the scent of rain and a glimpse of Maria’s tearful eyes. “I wonder how long you’ll last. Will the smoke get ya first? Or will ya still be awake when you start to burn?”

Striking the first match, he held it for a moment before tossing it onto a table that bore dark splotches of gasoline. The wood flared brightly while Trevor watched the flame with fascination. “Look at it burn,” he whispered. “It’s beautiful, isn’t it?” He faced Decker again, striking another match. “Fire purifies. It purifies through destruction.” His eyes glittered in the glow of the tiny flame, and as he tossed the match into a pile of broken chairs, Decker caught a clearer look at the particular brand of psycho that he was dealing with.

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Rudy Valdez comes under attack when a rival club owner sets his sights on the Toybox without realizing that to take on Rudy is to take on the Drill. The bad guys are about to lern what “bad” really is.

If all goes as planned, Winter of the drill should be on Amazon’s virtual shelves by the end of October.

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(Excerpt)

The headlights flashed into high beam and he tightened his hands on the wheel, bracing his shoulders against the back of the seat. “Ladies,” he said mildly, “put your belts on, please. We might have a problem.”

“What’s up?” Nikki asked while she obediently buckled herself in. Lena turned to hear Rudy’s reply, but then the other car was upon them and there was no time to talk.

Rudy studied the driver’s face while the sedan roared toward him in the other lane, watching the man’s shoulders shift just before the vehicle’s nose swung toward him. Swearing loudly, he pulled the wheel sharply to the left in an attempt to beat the other car to the bash.

The steering wheel bucked in his hands when the vehicles slammed together. The impact threw his body forward, wrenching his neck and back when the seatbelt locked and almost making him wish that his air bag had not been disabled. He could hear the girls screaming as they clung to each other in the back seat, and he shouted at them to keep their heads down.

There was no sound from Lena, and when he shot a glance in her direction he saw why. Her head lolled back against the headrest, eyes closed and mouth slightly open. Blood smeared the glass to her right, and Rudy knew that she needed medical help immediately.

“Damn,” he muttered, still fighting the wheel while the car shot out of the curve. He thought for a moment that he had it under control, but then the car that had been following slammed into his vehicle from behind.

“Hang on,” he yelled as loudly as he could, hoping that the two in the back could hear his voice over their own. “Here we go!”

The car slid, turning as the tires lost traction on the wet pavement. Rudy managed to keep all four wheels on the ground, reacting with cool precision when the back end fishtailed from one side to the other. He knew that the second car was still behind him, its driver no doubt waiting for a chance to ram him again. And though Rudy’s first choice would have been to face his pursuers, beating the other drivers at their own game, he had the girls to consider. Their presence in the car meant that a round of bumper cars on the narrow stretch of road was out of the question. Therefore, his only option was to hit the gas and hope that he was the better driver.

The lights in the mirror grew brighter, a second pair of eyes joining the first when the car that had passed him hung a U-turn and fell in behind the other. Seeing this, Rudy adjusted his seatbelt and squared his shoulders. A quick word to the girls in the back, and then a look of fierce determination settled onto his face. Eyes focused, right foot steadily pressing the gas pedal toward the floor, Rudy began to run.

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Thank you so much for stopping by on this last day of a fantastic tour.before you head out, please consider stopping by my Facebook page and giving it a like. http://goo.gl/UvY4YY Also, you can get the first three chapters of Shadow by joining my mailing list. http://goo.gl/mHOFcF Thanks again, and don’t forget to leave a comment so that you will be entered to win a prize.

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96 comments

  1. Bruce A. Borders · August 31

    Hi Rhani! The tour may be winding down but you’ve done a good job of keeping up the momentum!

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  2. Rhani D'Chae · August 31

    Hi Bruce, I think you were the first one here, so you got in before I ate all the cookies. Lol
    Thanks so much for stopping by, and for the kind words.
    *Hugs*

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  3. marethabotha2013 · August 31

    Rhani, Thanks for being with us till the last day of this fantastic blog tour. All the best for today.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Maretha, thank you for stopping by today. I appreciate your taking the time out of your day. I have to say, I have had so much fun on this tour! It was the highlight of my August last year, and it has been the highlight of August this year. So many great books! My TBR list is overflowing. Lol Thanks again for visiting my blog, and I hope you have a fantastic day.

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  4. lizziechantree · August 31

    Great blog post Rhani! I really enjoyed reading your excerpts and I have Shadow of the drill on my kindle. I know it’s the last day of the blog party, but i’m sure you will have an amazing party today. Wishing you great success with the new book in your series too.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Lizzie. I’m so glad you were able to stop by today. It’s been one heck of a month, and I’ve enjoyed myself at each stop. I hope you’re having a wonderful day. 😀

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  5. lizziechantree · August 31

    As usual, I forgot to say posted on Facebook, Twitter etc!

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  6. D.L. Finn · August 31

    Great post. All of your books sound like good reads. I added the first one because I always enjoy a good vampire story. Thanks!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi D. L., thanks so much for taking time out of your day to visit my blog, and for adding Thirst to your reading list. It’s a different kind of story, and one that I’m quite proud of. Lol I was given the idea by one of my heathen kids, who has since passed on. So Thirst will always be special to me. Thanks again for stopping by, and I hope you’re having an awesome day. 😃

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  7. Wendy Scott · August 31

    Hi Rhani,
    The blog party is ending on a high note – great blurbs and talented writing.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Wendy, thank you so much for dropping in, and for the wonderful comment. That was so sweet of you to say. 😊 I hope you’re having a fantastic day.

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  8. Michelle Abbott · August 31

    Hi Rhani. I’m so excited for ‘Winter of the Drill.’ October, hurry up and get here! I love the cover and your excerpt. Have a great day!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Michelle. Thanks for stopping by today, and for the compliment of Winter’s cover. 4Wills publishing does the covers for the Drill books, & I absolutely love them! I hope you’re having a blessed day. 😀

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  9. jinlobify · August 31

    Hi Rhani, you know I am standing in line waiting for the “Winter of the Drill.” If it is a good as “Shadow…,” it will be a treat! :D. Enjoy your party.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Joy. I’m so glad you were able to drop in today. I’m hoping that Winter will be as good as Shadow, which is probably why it’s taken so long to finish. Lol I think I’m trying to avoid a replay of the first edition of Shadow. Man, that book is total crap! Lol Thanks again for stopping by, and I hope you’re having an absolutely fabulash day. *Hugs*

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  10. rebeccacarteremona · August 31

    Winter of the Drill sounds just as exciting as Shadow of the Drill.

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  11. Gwen Plano · August 31

    What a lovely way to end the blog party, Rhani. I have 2 of your books on my Kindle, and am excited to read them. Enjoy your celebration today!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Gwen. Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope your day is going well and is filled with sunshine. 😀

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  12. yvettemcalleiro · August 31

    I read A Perilous Thirst and LOVED it! And your other two books sound extremely suspenseful (great writing!). I think I’d tear all of my nails off reading them. lol! Oh, well! Nails grow back, right? 😉

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Yvette, I’m so glad you could stop by today. Yes, nails do grow back, and it’s a good thing that they do considering how many “can’t look away” books I’ve found through #RRBC. LOL I hope you’re having an absolutely awesome day.

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  13. Susan Joyce · August 31

    Enjoy today! Wishing you great success with your work.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Thank you so much, and thanks for taking the time to visit my blog. I hope your day is going wonderfully for you. 😃

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  14. coldhandboyack · August 31

    I enjoyed Shadow, so I’m excited for Winter of the Drill. Nice party stop and I hope you get a ton of traffic today.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Thank you, Craig. I had a blast visiting your stop also. I really need one of those robots to help out around here. Lol Thanks for stopping by today, and I hope you have an awesome day on the tour also.

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  15. joannwentzel · August 31

    Rhani, your books sound amazing Adding them to the list. I enjoyed your post and this was a wonderful way to end this tour.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Joann, thanks for stopping by, and for the wonderful comment. I hope you enjoy the books when you can get to them. Man, with all the great books that I have found on this tour, my TBR list seems a hundred miles along! Lol Have a fabulous day. 😀

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  16. John Fioravanti · August 31

    Can’t wait for “Winter of the Drill”, Rhani. I highly recommend “Shadow of the Drill” and “Perilous Thirst” to anyone who enjoys a well-written and well-crafted story. Kudos, Rhani!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      John, thank you so much! *Hugs* I’m so glad that you like my stuff enough to recommend it so highly. Thanks for stopping by today, and I hope you’re having an absolutely fantastic day! 😃

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  17. Mae Clair · August 31

    Hi, Rhani. Wow, love your blog header! The excerpts were great, and I already have Shadow of the Drill on my Kindle and my TBR list. Happy party day!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Mae, I’m so glad you were able to stop by. I do love that picture of Tacoma. It’s the downtown waterfront, just a few blocks down from Decker’s streets. I hope you enjoy reading Shadow, & meeting my boys. Have a great day! 😃

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  18. John W. Howell · August 31

    Loved the excerpt and concept of The Perilous Thirst, Rhani. Also, I can’t wait for the launch of “Winter of the Drill.” Have a great Party Day.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hey John, I’m so glad you were able to stop by today. The idea for Thirst came from one of my heathen kids, who was a vampire fanatic. Lol I’m just sorry he didn’t get to read the updated version before he passed. I think he would have liked it. I hope you’re having a wonderful day, and thanks again for dropping in. *Hugs*

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  19. tarafairfield · August 31

    Hi Neighbor! So fun to find another author in WA! I live in Gig Harbor and work in Tacoma. Best wishes to you today!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Tara. It’s amazing how small the world is when we really take a look at it. What part of Tacoma do you work in? Thanks for taking time out of your busy day to stop by my blog. 😃

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  20. Brent J. Griffiths · August 31

    Great blog post and fantastic pulse pounding excerpts. I also really like the concept of a vampire in the middle of the AIDS epidemic.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Brent. Thank you so much for visiting my blog, and for the wonderful comment about the excerpts. Thirst is a real change of pace for me – no one dies. Lol I got the idea from one of my heathen kids, who absolutely adored vampires. He passed before he could read the updated version, but I think he would have loved it. Thanks again for stopping by, and I hope you’re having a fantastic day.

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  21. Lincoln Cole · August 31

    What an awesome way to close out the month! Great post with some really cool information! Well done!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Lincoln, thanks for stopping by and for the wonderful comment. That’s high praise, coming from you. I’m glad you liked the post, and thanks again for visiting my blog today. 😃

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  22. kimwrtr · August 31

    Reblogged this on Kim's Author Support Blog.

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  23. kimwrtr · August 31

    Hey Rhani! The excerpts sound so good that I’ll have to move your books up in my TBR list. Have a great party!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Kim. Thanks so much for visiting my blog today, & HUGE thanks for the reblog! I greatly appreciate that. I hope you’re having a fabulous day. 😃

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  24. Staci Troilo · August 31

    Loved this post. The blurbs were great, and your cover art is compelling. So glad this tour has introduced me to so many new authors. Enjoy your party day!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Staci. Thanks so much for dropping in today. 4Wills Publishing did the covers for the Drill series, and I think they do awesome work! I can’t wait to see what they come up with next. Lol Thanks again for visiting my blog. I hope you have a fantastic day.

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  25. marymichaelschmidt · August 31

    Love your blog, your books, your awesome blurbs on your books! They saved the cream of the crop for this last day!!!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Oh, thank you so much! That’s so sweet of you to say, & now I’m sitting here with a big, goofy smile on my face. Lol Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope your day brings you many blessings. 😀

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  26. PHS · August 31

    Reblogged this on Archer's Aim and commented:
    Good job rounding out the month-long party with RRBC, Rhani! Enjoy the day of fun! Reblogging on Archer’s Aim!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi PH. I’m so glad you were able to stop by today, and thank you so much for the reblog. I hope you’re having a fantastic day.

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      • PHS · August 31

        I am but I think yours is better with all crowd over there. Thanks for all the party snacks!

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  27. Jan Sikes (@rijanjks) · August 31

    I hate to see this party end. I grabbed “A Perilous Thirst” while it is 99 cents, and you know I am on pins and needles waiting for the sequel to “Shadow of the Drill.” Great excerpts from all three books, Rhani!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Jan, thanks so much for stopping by today, and for getting a copy of Thirst. It’s a different kind of story, but I hope you like it. It is a shame that the month is over, but I’m hoping this will become an annual thing that we can look forward to every year. Thanks again for visiting my blog, and I hope your day is absolutely awesome! 😃

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  28. Linda Mims · August 31

    Good Morning Rhani! Your header is “Everything”! Love it. “A Perilous Thirst” sounds great! You are one heck of a writer. Going over to get “Shadow …” right now! Thanks for a great party stop!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Linda. Thank you so much for finding the time in your day to stop by my blog. I love that picture, also. It’s downtown Tacoma, and not far from Decker’s streets. I often think that there might be a few bodies out there that haven’t been turned yet. Lol Thanks again for dropping in, & I hope you’re having an absolutely wonderful day. 😀

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Thanks SO much for getting a copy of Shadow. I hope you enjoy meeting my boys.

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  29. Jan Hawke · August 31

    Can’t wait for Winter to come out Rhani! 😀 You’ve given us a great party stop today with brilliant excerpts – I almost regret I already have Shadow and Perilous so I could enjoy them all over again! 😉

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Jan. Thanks so much for visiting my blog today, and for the wonderful comment. I just love it when people like my stuff. 😊 I hope you’re having a wonderful day.

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  30. harmonykentonline · August 31

    Hi Rhani! I love the post and your website. I’ve read Shadow and Perilous Thirst and can’t wait to see what you bring us next with Winter of the Drill 🙂 Very best of luck with all that you do. 🙂

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Thanks so much, Harmony. I’m so glad you were able to stop by, and I hope you’re having a fantastic day.

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  31. Natalie Ducey · August 31

    What a gorgeous cover picture for your blog, Rhani! Just beautiful. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing these excerpts with us. I have A Perilous Thirst on my Kindle and look forward to reading it soon. Best wishes for your next release Winter of the Drill. That’s always an exciting time! Cheers. 🙂

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Natalie. Thank you so much for stopping by today. I do love that picture. It’s downtown Tacoma: next to the water and just a few blocks down from Decker’s streets. Thanks again for visiting my blog, and I hope you’re having an awesome day. 😀

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  32. D.E.Howard · August 31

    Great post – very much looking forward to the next Drill book 🙂

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hiyas, thanks for stopping by today. I’m hard at work on Winter, and hopefully it will finally be done in the next month or so. I hope you’re having a wonderful day.

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  33. Shirley Harris-Slaughter · August 31

    Hello Rhani! I love the excerpts from each of your books. I read two of them and looking forward to your new release. Congratulations and have a wonderful tour.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi Shirley. Thanks for finding the time to stop by. I’m absolutely determined to get Winter out in the next couple of months. But then, I’ve said that before. Lol I hope you’re having a great day, and thanks again for dropping in.

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  34. SJ Francis · August 31

    Hello Rhani! Did I miss out on all the cookies? Just wanted to lend my support! Keep writing! Cheers! S.J. Francis

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hi SJ. No, you didn’t miss out on the cookies, cuz I made plenty. Just grab the plate away from Fio & help yourself. Lol Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you’re having a fantastic day.

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  35. beemweeks · August 31

    I truly enjoyed Shadow of the Drill, and I have A Perilous Thirst on my Kindle, Rhani! I like your writing style. Best wishes to you on your block party stop.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Beem, I’m so glad you found the time to stop by! I hope you enjoy reading the updated version of Thirst. It’s a real change of pace from my usual stuff. Nobody dies.. lol Thanks again for dropping in. I hope you’re having a fantastic day. *Hugs*

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  36. hinsmanj · August 31

    Hi Rhani, I enjoyed your post and blog site today! Winter of the Drill sounds very exciting, congrats on the upcoming release.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Thanks so much for stopping by, & for the great comment about Winter. Rudy decided to take center stage in this one, so the plotline revolves around him. If it turns out horribly, I know who to blame. Lol

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  37. Micki Peluso · August 31

    Hi Rhani, your books sound great. The excerpt from the vampire reminds me of the v Anne Rice vampire series. I hope to get through my TBR pile and read one or more of these awesome books.

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Wow, Micki, that’s one heck of a compliment! I haven’t read all of her work, but I do like what I have read. I hope you enjoy Thirst when you are able to get to it. Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you’re having a wonderful day.

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  38. Soooz · August 31

    Hi, Rhani! What a great stop! The excerpts have grabbed me, these are exactly the kind of books I love reading. I’ve won some gift cards on the tour and can’t wait to spend them. I know how it feels trying to have a book ready for release, my characters keep hijacking mine and so it goes. Off to buy a copy of ‘Shadow of The Drill” yay!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · August 31

      Hasn’t the tour been absolutely wondermous? I’ve discovered so many cool books, and I can’t wait to work my way through all of them. Lol Thanks so much for stopping by, and for getting a copy of Shadow. I really hope you enjoyed meeting my boys. 😃

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  40. reviewsbynonnie · August 31

    Rhani, well, everyone knows how I feel about your writing, my seal of approval is proudly displayed above. You are one fantastic writer! Keep it up!

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  41. tlclark · September 1

    very nice… and I love the pic at the top of the boat on the water… happy wordage

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    • Rhani D'Chae · September 1

      Thanks so much for stopping by. That is a great picture of Tacoma’s waterfront, & one of my favorites. It’s just a few blocks down from Decker’s streets, & I’m sure he’s dumped a few bodies in there. Lol I hope your day is going well. 😃

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  42. Rhani D'Chae · September 1

    Hi Nonnie! I’m thrilled that you could take a few minutes out of your incredibly busy day to stop by. Yes, I show that Seal off a lot, cuz I’m extremely proud of it. 😁 I hope you’re having a fabulash day on the tour. *Hugs*

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  43. redbirdsandrabbits · September 1

    Hi, fellow Washingtonian! Happy blog tour day! Hope it’s gone well, and best of luck with your writing 🙂

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    • Rhani D'Chae · September 1

      Hi Stephanie, I’m so glad you could stop by., & I’m so glad you liked the excerpts. 😀 I hope you’re having an absolutely fabulous day!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · September 1

      I’ve met quite a few fellow Washingtonians on the tour this year. It’s so cool! Thanks for stopping by. I hope your day was awesome. 😃

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  44. Stephanie Collins · September 1

    Hi-de-ho, neighbor! Nice to have the opportunity to stop by your place before the end of our little party here. I loved the excerpts; I was on the edge of my seat for each one! Thanks so much for sharing, take care, and enjoy the rest of your week! 🙂 ~Stephanie

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  45. Miranda L. · September 1

    Great blog post! So sad to see this awesome blog tour come to an end!!

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    • Rhani D'Chae · September 1

      Thanks for stopping by, Miranda. I agree, it’s a sad day. But the good news is that we only have to wait a year for the next tour. 😀

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      • reviewsbynonnie · September 3

        Hi, Rhani! Nope, the good news is we only have to wait until November for the next block party…THE BOOK TRAILER BLOCK PARTY! YAYYYYYY!

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      • Rhani D'Chae · September 5

        Oh, that’s right, I firgot! Yaay! Too bad I wasn’t able to get Winter done in time. 😟

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  47. mikelynes · September 1

    Hi Rhanni – missed the last RRBC day due to helping my son move his house yesterday – no internet in the new digs yet – Hope you had a good day! – MikeL

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    • Rhani D'Chae · September 1

      Hi Mar, I’m so glad you could stop by! I hope you’re having a wonderful Thursday. 😃

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  48. ~Mar · September 1

    Another great post to finish out our Block Party!! Thanks for sharing, Rhani!!

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