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Welcome to my blog! My name is Kim and I write young adult paranormal, mysteries, and thrillers. This blog enables me to share the two things I love: Books and the craft of writing.

Ask the Girl is my debut novel. Murdered in 1925, Kate must seek the help of Lila and her sister to save her from her demon prison.

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A Magical Winter Odyssey: SOPHIA FREEMAN AND THE WINTER BEHEMOTH Book Spotlight

Welcome to the enchanting world of "Sophia Freeman and the Winter Behemoth" by Thuan Doan! Join us on a magical winter odyssey as we embark on the virtual book tour, proudly sponsored by RABT Book Tours & PR. Stay tuned for an exclusive book excerpt and an exciting giveaway that will transport lucky readers even further into Sophia's extraordinary world. Don't miss out on this fantastical adventure that promises to captivate hearts and imaginations alike. Welcome to the Winter Behemoth Virtual Book Tour!

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With most islanders in the water, a menacing laugh halted them.

“Going somewhere?” said Arbiter Scarlon, standing next to Bolrock, the monstrous boulder creature and dark guardian leader who almost killed Sophia when she first came to Pandilone Island. Iron-masked guards stood behind them. 

“Scarlon, after what the island has given you—how could you betray us?” Arbiter Nulon snapped telepathically.

“In order for all of us to have a better future, we must make a change to this place,” Arbiter Scarlon pointed out. “I am just … speeding up the process.”

Tim clenched his fists and barked, “You just want more power for yourself!”

“We are such fools for trusting you.” Arbiter Nulon lowered her head. 

“You are not the only fools here,” said Arbiter Scarlon, glaring at Allen. “Boy, I thought you were smarter than this. You could’ve had so much more, but instead you decided to leave with these pathetic weaklings.”

“I never wanted anything to do with you or the new era,” Allen revealed. “I only got close to you guys to destroy Tombermon.”

“He was just pretending this whole time?” Tim whispered, staring at Sophia.

She nodded with a grin.

Arbiter Nulon stepped past her guards. “Scarlon, you can have the island. We just want to leave in peace.”

“Ah, that is very generous of you,” he said sarcastically, waving his hand to command his army to surround them. “Unfortunately, no one is leaving this place.”

“Why not?” Sophia demanded, shifting into her attack position. “You already got what you were after.”

“The reason is very simple: to ensure a long-lasting new era, there must not be any kind of rebellion,” Arbiter Scarlon explained. 

“You think we will return one day and take everything back?” Allen guessed.

“The risk is far too great,” Arbiter Scarlon continued. “But if you remain here, the chance of that happening is extremely low.” 

“So, what you’re telling us is staying on the island is our only option?” Allen asked.

He sneered. “Well, it’s your only living option.”

“Enough with your nonsense!” Arbiter Nulon thrust out her hand and shards of ice appeared from her palm, forming an oversized sword. “BLIZZARD BLADE!” She flung her sword over fifteen feet, snow flying everywhere.



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