Book Giveaway: Dark Innocence: Book One of The Star Seer’s Prophecy, by Rahima Warren

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Giveaway Info

Rahima is giving away prizes, including an e-copy of her book at each blog stop on her tour AND a Grand Prize Giveaway of a Custom Jumbo Tote Bag with your choice of fan art, chosen from here: http://www.starseersprophecy.com/fan-art/, plus other goodies, including a signed copy of Dark Innocence for one lucky winner, shipped to anywhere in the world!

1)      To win a book: Leave a comment on this blog post on what you love about writing and/or reading fantasy, or share a particular scene that touches your heart in the fantasy you have read to be entered to win a book. Be sure to leave your email address in the comments so we can contact you if you’re the lucky winner. This giveaway ends five days after the post goes live.

2)      To win the Custom Jumbo Tote Bag with Rahima’s fan art of your choice, or a signed copy of Dark Innocence, or other goodies, click the link to go to Rahima’s website here: http://www.starseersprophecy.com/blog-tour/ and enter the Rafflecopter at the bottom of the page. A winner will be selected on June 21st.

Enter for the Grand Prize on Rahima’s website here: http://www.starseersprophecy.com/blog-tour/

http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/share-code/MmE0MDZiZmU2OTBhOWFmOTJiNDU4OGFhZTYzMDhiOjg=/

Rahima Warren’s Bio:

Rahima Warren is the author of Dark Innocence: Book One of the Star-Seer’s Prophecy, a deep, rich novel of the healing journey. With Master’s degrees in Clinical and Transpersonal Psychology, she was in private practice as a licensed psychotherapist for over 20 years. In 2006, Rahima retired to focus on her expressive painting, creative writing, and spiritual studies.

In her work with clients recovering from abuse, she was awed by the human capacity to heal, and to reach new levels of forgiveness, wholeness and happiness. She also learned to trust the psyche’s own process. This enabled her to allow a dark and mysterious story to flood forth unhindered: Dark Innocence: Book One of the Star-Seer’s Prophecy.

Rahima is a third-generation native of California and resides with her husband in Northern California, where she periodically chases squirrels off the wild bird feeders, and deer away from her roses. Her life-long love of fantasy is her parents’ fault: they left sci-fi & fantasy magazines with fascinating cover art lying around the house.

Links

Rahima Warren’s website- http://bit.ly/YDWLdo

Read an excerpt of Dark innocence: http://bit.ly/11AqQ0o

Rahima Warren on Twitter: http://bit.ly/12dIIxc

Rahima’s Facebook Fan Page: http://on.fb.me/XZu15l

Rahima Warren on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/WBau8l

Dark Innocence: Book One of the Star-Seer’s Prophecy on Amazon: http://amzn.to/11eiksn

Dark Innocence: Book One of the Star-Seer’s Prophecy on Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/WTiwvA

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About the author

ARamone

Aramone is someone who thinks a bit too much about the books she reads, to the point where she can probably give you a detailed break down of all the characters in any novel and how their past, personality and experiences lead to the conclusion of the story, and who writes books for fun. She's a third year in university and as a result has no free time anymore. ARamone owns two ferrets and intends to own more pets, and lives in Pickering, ON.

6 Responses

  1. Dewey

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  2. snellopy

    The scene that got me hooked on fantasy was in a movie called a Flight of Dragons… a host of baddie dragons were flaming, coming in for a strafing run on the good guys. They throw a magic flute to the elf (who looks more like a beardless gnome, and about as effective), and he plays a catchy ditty – which happens to be the same music as the opening credits – and the dragons fall out of the sky in a magical slumber.

    I liked it because a weedy little bugger took out a whole bunch of badarses by thinking outside the box, and not in a bumbling “oops, did I do that?” sort of way.

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    • ARamone

      Firstly, snellopy, I agree completely; someone who does something unusual on purpose is much nicer than one who does something by accident.

      Secondly and more importantly, contratulations! You’ve been chosen as our winner! E-mail me your e-mail address so I can forward it to Rahima’s agent and you can claim your prize :)

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  3. Axel

    I’m getting short on fantasy novels and I would be thrilled to discover yet another world born from a creative mind. Count me in!

    Reply

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