Friday’s Giveaway BlogHop Guest Post – Shanon Grey, Shoppe of Spells

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When is a whole more than the sum of its parts? When it has ties to the quaint little town of Ruthorford, Georgia—as Morgan Briscoe discovers when a cryptic message threatens to change her life forever.
Morgan’s relatively normal life is turned on its ear when she learns not only that she is adopted, but her birth parents are dead and she now holds half-interest in a business with their ward, Dorian Drake, who, despite his riveting good looks, can barely conceal his hostility toward his new partner.
Morgan discovers that she is more than she seems and together she and Dorian have the ability to control a portal to another dimension. Unable to contain their growing attraction, Morgan and Dorian dance around their desires and her burgeoning abilities, until danger forces them to face their destiny.

" I have been around the paranormal all my life, much of which was spent in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. And, as anyone from that area knows, it is the home of the Edgar Cayce Foundation, where, along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, they have a huge psychic research and library facility. It was strategically located there because the energy quadrants of the area. I have been there many times and, although I have experienced many what could be called “paranormal” events in my life, I always fail miserably that any test I take. I am neither precognitive nor post-cognitive. Some days I’m not sure I’m even plain ole cognitive! But. I have been around many people that are and, trust me, they can be amazing.
In THE SHOPPE OF SPELLS, Morgan Briscoe, has lived the most normal of lives, surrounded by family and friends that love her. Anything different about her was easily attributed to anomalies or birth defects. Suddenly, she finds out she’s adopted and all bets are off—for her biological parents, who are now dead and have left her a legacy, both had genetically based paranormal capabilities. Morgan not only has to come to grips with who she is but with “what” she is as well.
I have always loved the idea of people living normal lives with paranormal abilities and coming into this information suddenly. What if, suddenly, you could close your eyes and, upon opening them, see auras? What if, suddenly, you could feel if a person was ill and possibly heal them? What if, suddenly, you could control energy?            How would you react to this? Would you be frightened or excited? How would you respond to people around you? Would you let them know or hide it from them? These are just some of the things I delve into in my series, the Gatekeepers, about people living normal lives with paranormal abilities."

Shanon Grey weaves romance and suspense with threads of the paranormal. THE SHOPPE OF SPELLS is the first in her series, THE GATEKEEPERS, about the quaint town of Ruthorford, Georgia and its very special inhabitants. PENNYROYAL CHRISTMAS ~A Ruthorfold Holiday Story~ is out in e-format as well.
Shanon spent her life on coasts, both the beautiful Atlantic and the balmy Gulf. Hurricane Katrina taught her the fragility of life and the strength of friendship, family, and starting over.
She just found out that her son salvaged notes and pages of her original novel, Capricorn’s Child, which she thought has been destroyed with everything else. (Ironically, a neighbor found her marriage certificate in a tree.) She plans to resurrect her original novel one day.
She currently lives in Coweta County, Georgia, trading the familiarity of the coast for the lush beauty and wonder of the mountains, where her husband fulfilled her lifelong dream—to live in a cottage in the woods, where inspiration abounds.
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Thank you Shanon! And Thanks to all my featured authors who are giving away their ebooks! Take a moment to browse this week's posts to find out more, and don't forget to enter! 



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9 thoughts on “Friday’s Giveaway BlogHop Guest Post – Shanon Grey, Shoppe of Spells

  1. I just finished the novella, Pennyroyal Christmas, you just released that takes us for a wintery trip through that great small town of Ruthorford! I read it on my kindle…loved it.I particularly love the hero — Rowe. He's what I want for Christmas 🙂

  2. Interesting questions, Shanon. I'm sure at first anyone would be alarmed if they found they had supernatural powers. I know I would! I would keep it from people, except maybe my closest family and friends. I'd be worried about being treated like a freak and having people be afraid of me.

  3. Nancy, I am so glad you liked it! Maybe I ought to figure out how to clone Rowe–I've been getting that request a lot! Hey, it is Ruthorford, where anything is possible.Thanks for stopping by, Leanne. Sending hugs and wishes for a wonderful Christmas to you, too.Delaney. You know…I discovered people can treat you like a freak whether you have powers or not. So why not have the power to help people and think of yourself as gifted. Plus, it could be so much fun! Thanks for stopping by.

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