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July 29, 2017

Red Velvet Ribbon: Spells & Potions Book Series

by Penny BroJacquie

My new Suspense Paranormal Romance is finally live on Amazon and all major marketplaces!

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NEW RELEASE!!

🎀Red Velvet Ribbon🎀

Book One in my new

Spells & Potions
Book Series

Autumn, a young woman in her late twenties, thought she had found happiness in her life. She had a potentially successful career, she was financially independent, she was with a man she loved, and she felt loved. However, she always had that feeling that something was missing in her life, that she wasn’t complete…
Her bad feeling was right; nothing in her life was what it seemed to be, and one night she found out in the most heartbreaking way.
After a night of despair, she found herself lying in Hubbard Park with her clothes ripped and a strange man’s voice whispering in her mind.
Then she saw him, and her mind flooded with questions. Who was that man with the old-fashioned clothes and a gentleman’s manners? Why was…

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February 20, 2017

The Undead Must Die, Book Tour, Day Six: Giveaway, Character Casting, Interview & Snippets

by Penny BroJacquie

It’s the last day in THE UNDEAD MUST DIE Book Tour and our wonderful virtual journey is coming to an end! On day Six of the Book Tour, I had the pleasure to stop on Deal Sharing Aunt with an …

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February 18, 2017

The Undead Must Die, Book Tour, Day Four: Review, Character Casting, Snippets and Giveaway

by Penny BroJacquie

One more thrilling day in THE UNDEAD MUST DIE Book Tour! On day Four of the Book Tour, Book Bits-n-Bobs posted a wonderful review which you can read here. On Books And Boys Book Club you can find o…

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February 16, 2017

The Undead Must Die, Book Tour, Day Three: Review, Excerpt and giveaway!

by Penny BroJacquie

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The very first official THE UNDEAD MUST DIEBook Tour is half way through already!

On day Three of the Book Tour, author Anna Del C.Dye posted a wonderful review which you can read here. On Jazzy Book Reviews you can read an Excerpt from the book.

Make sure you visit these awesome book blogs and enter the Giveaway.

The UNDEAD MUST DIE BOOK TOUR is powered by Loving The Tour . Becca & Katie have also created a Facebook Event to help you keep you keep up with the Book Tour Schedule.

Make sure you follow the tour on a daily basis and enter the giveaway!

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February 15, 2017

The Undead Must Die Book Tour, Day Two: Character Casting, Top 10, Snippet & Giveaway

by Penny BroJacquie

Penny Writes

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The very first official THE UNDEAD MUST DIEBook Tour is going on!

On day Two of the Book Tour, Books, Dreams, Life posted the book Character Casting. On Zerina Blossom’s Books you can read my Top 10 list and a snippet.

Make sure you visit these awesome book blogs and enter the Giveaway.

The UNDEAD MUST DIE BOOK TOUR is powered by Loving The Tour . Becca & Katie have also created a Facebook Event to help you keep you keep up with the Book Tour Schedule.

I’m so excited!

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February 14, 2017

The Undead Must Die Book Tour, Day One: Excerpt, Interview and Giveaway

by Penny BroJacquie

Penny Writes

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The very first official THE UNDEAD MUST DIEBook Tour has started off!

On day One of the Book Tour, Spunky’N’Sassy are featuring an excerpt from Chapter Three. On SnoopyDoo’s Book Reviews you can read a fun interview I had with Randy.

Make sure you visit these awesome book blogs and enter the Giveaway.

The UNDEAD MUST DIE BOOK TOUR is powered by Loving The Tour . Becca & Katie have also created a Facebook Event to help you keep you keep up with the Book Tour Schedule.

I’m so excited!

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May 23, 2015

Back to writing

by Penny BroJacquie

Penny Writes

A couple of months ago CTS paid me a visit. And it brought its children together, Numbness and Tingling. They found my right hand a nice place to reside and they decided to stay.

So, I had to refrain from writing to avoid any stress on my wrist.
As a result I wasn’t able to release ‘The Order Of The Black Rose, Book 2’ on time.

Despite the fact Carpal Tunnel Syndrome isn’t completely gone, I’m back to writing and the sequel of ‘The Undead Must Die’ will be released in June.

More detailscoming soon!
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May 12, 2015

Open House Athens 2015: May 16-17

by Penny BroJacquie

Yia Su!

Open House Athens 2015 is taking place this weekend, May 16-17. Visitors will have the chance for a sneak peak at innovative, historic and exquisitely-designed architectural gems around the capital. Seventy (70) city spots have been chosen from around Greece from commercial and cultural venues to educational institutions to private homes that guests wouldn’t ordinarily be privy to.

Here’s a sneak peak:

BRFAA Biomedical Research Foundation (4 Soranou tou Ephessiou St, Cholargos) Opening Hours: noon to 4 p.m. on May 16

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Railway Carriage Theater to Treno sto Rouf (Konstantinopoleos Avenue) Open from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on May 16 and from noon to 3 p.m. on May 17

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The Hub Events (5 Alkminis Street) from noon to 7 p.m. on May 16 and 17.

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Apartment Building in Gazi at the cnr of 1 Damokleous and Konstantinoupoleos streets, Gazi, open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 16 and 17.

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This…

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February 7, 2015

Santiago Polvos, an amazingly talented Mexican artist

by Penny BroJacquie

I though you would love those paintings, so I share this post with you.

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Santiago Polvos is an exceptional artist and a cancer survivor, a kind person who learned from an early age how to pursue his dreams.

A native of Michoacan, Mexico, Santiago was born into a family without an artistic background. With a restlessness that characterizes great talent, he was attracted to painting, which he taught himself, from a young age.

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Santiago’s paintings demonstrate the intensity of a person who lives with great passion. His paintings represent a break from reality typified by firm and agile brushstrokes which work together to create a satisfying and enchanting visual delight.

Santiago shows enormous promise for a great future in the art world, of which we are only just beginning to catch a glimpse.

Santiago’s goal is to one day represent not only Puerto Vallarta but all of Mexico throughout the world. Seeing Santiago’s art and vision unfold it will be only a matter of…

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December 15, 2014

#EXCERPT: ‘The Undead Must Die – The Order of the Black Rose, Book 1′ CHAPTER 1

by Penny BroJacquie

My debut novel ‘The Undead Must Die – The Order of the Black Rose, Book 1’ will be published in less than a week (exact date to be announced) and today I’m happy to share with you an #Excerpt.

If you want to keep posted about the release date and the download-for-free dates, you can sign up for my newsletter. http://wordpress.us9.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=f93dee807047b4d8577a1c577&id=f106b94d29

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Here is the #Excerpt:

CHAPTER 1

“Did you know that Lord Byron carved his name into one of those marble columns?” a voice asked from behind her.

Her first thought was whether the query was addressed to her. The second was to whom that calm and deep voice belonged. She turned around and looked at a male figure standing a few steps away. The light of the sun directly behind him blinded her, and the white-dressed man, in the glare of the sun, appeared to have angel wings on his back. What the hell? There must have been something in the coffee she’d had with breakfast?

“Seriously, did you know that?” asked the stranger taking a step toward her.

“Lord Byron was a great philhellene. He even spent much of his fortune on the Greek battle for independence from the Ottoman Empire”, he explained, ignoring her puzzled look.

She raised her hands to protect her eyes from the sun and tried to discern the man’s facial features.

“Was Lord Byron really here, at Cape Sounion?” she asked.

“Not only did he come here, but he also wrote a poem about Cape Sounion. It is said that his name is engraved into one of the columns of this temple right here. The inscription really exists. It’s just not known for certain whether Byron was the one who engraved it.”

He walked hastily to the north side of the ancient temple, and he motioned for her to follow him. She found it hard to walk fast on that stone-littered, sloping ground.

Seventeen white marble columns were what was left of the ancient temple to Poseidon, god of the sea and water according to ancient Greek mythology. The temple was built at Cape Sounion, about 60km east of the city of Athens, the capital of modern Greece. The tall hill that the temple remains stood upon, which penetrated the Aegean Sea like a pointed spear, had inspired the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur. Nowadays, it inspires the romantic feelings of thousands of couples who rush to enjoy the sea views in the morning and the breathtaking sunsets in the evening.

“Here it is. Can you see it?”

She looked carefully at where his finger was pointing. Indeed, on the base of one of the middle columns at the north side of the temple, the word Byron was etched with cursive letters.

She turned to him. Now she could get a better look at him. He was taller than average, with broad shoulders and a slim waist, very active and athletic without a doubt. “Damn, I forgot to comb my hair. Again,” she thought.

“Excuse me, I forgot to introduce myself. My name is Eric.”

He took her hand, and then he bowed and kissed the top of her hand gallantly.

“Um… I’m Floriana.” She was still trying to overcome the shock of the knightly kiss.

“And what are you doing here at this place on the Mediterranean sea, Floriana?” he asked, offering her a black rose.

“A black rose?” She handed the flower amazed by its unnatural beauty. She brought it close to her nose and inhaled its delicate fragrance.

“Um… I study… I mean… I am a student of fine arts. I am interested in the history of art. I thought there’s no better place to begin my study of the ancient arts than Greece. It’s full of ancient ruins.”

“You didn’t pick the right time to come to Sounion, though. It’s more romantic at sunset.”

“Oh, I’m not looking for romance. I travel alone, for educational reasons.”

She regretted it the moment she’d said it. She had been tired of giving the pathetic impression of a sexually inexperienced student. She stroked her neck and opened one button of her shirt. She didn’t manage to do it discreetly, though.

“Now I’m going to get freckles from the sun,” she thought. “And my shoes are so dusty.”

She was so busy observing her appearance that she didn’t notice the nervous glances the charming stranger was throwing around.

“It’s late April, and it’s so hot already,” he said. “Want a drink? There is a cozy café down there.” He pointed to a tidy building near the entrance of the archaeological site.

There was no way to tell him no. They took the downhill road to the coffee shop. She was chatting, uncontrollably excited as she was about the beautiful man whom she’d come across. He was shaking his head condescendingly. She told him about her home in London, about her visit to the Acropolis a few days ago, that she had been running late that morning and had forgotten to wear sunscreen before she left the hotel…

Then everything faded away. The last thing she saw before she fainted was two ominous figures moving straight towards her.”

#Adventure #Suspense #Occult #Thriller #YoungAdult #NewAdult

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