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Tuesday 25 October 2016

☀☄⚡ Black Beauty: Everleaf [0.5] - Constance Burris

Thank you for joining us on the twenty-seventh day of Bewitching Book Tours Haunted Halloween Spooktacular which runs every week day until the end of October and showcases 26 different authors!

Today we are featuring Black Beauty, an Urban Fantasy / Horror by (, Constance Burris, 182 pages).

This is the prequel to the Everleaf series

Don't miss the Spooktacular Flash Fiction by Constance Burris .

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis and the Kindle Cloud Reader Preview below.

Black Beauty is FREE on Kindle Unlimited and Kindle Owner's Lending Library.

The authors will be awarding a Kindle Fire, Amazon Gift Cards, Books and More to randomly drawn winners via Rafflecopter during the tour.   Please do take part: comment on our post and follow the tour where you will be able to read flash fiction (⚡), and guest blog posts (✉).

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At Vista Apartment Complex, life drastically changes for four of its residents when they decide to do business with Crazy Jade—the supposed voodoo witch that can grant your wish for a price.

Shemeya wants the confidence to stand up against the girls bullying her at school, but she soon has to choose between keeping her dreadlocs or living a normal life. After catching her boyfriend cheating, Latreece just wants to have the same curves as all the other girls. Ashley will do whatever she can to have “White Girl Flow”, but takes her pursuit too far when she steals from Crazy Jade.

Everyone who comes into contact with Crazy Jade soon learns the true price of her magic—and how horribly wrong it can go


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Spooktacular Flash Fiction

by Constance Burris

      Josephine lifts her arthritic knees up the steps of the small Japanese tour bus and stares past the rows of empty seats before she settles her gaze on a middle-aged woman with a curly afro.
      When the woman turned and smiles, that is all the invitation Josephine needs. “May I sit,” she asks after she wobbles her wide hips through the tight aisles.
      “Of course,” the woman says.
      “Thank you. I’m Josephine from Texas.”
      “Nice to meet you. I’m Keisha from North Carolina.”
      “Are you traveling alone?” Josephine asks.
      “Yeah, are you?”
      “No. My no good husband is at the hotel in bed. He ate some bad sushi or some shit.”
      The woman blushes. She must be from the suburbs, Josephine thinks. Suburbanites are always blushing over curse words.
      “Are you looking forward to seeing Mt. Fuji?” Josephine asks the girl once the bus starts moving.
      “No, I’m getting off at the Aokighara forest.”
      “The what?” Josephine asks.
      “The suicide forest at the base of Mt. Fuji.”
      “I’ve heard about that place. It’s where people go to die.” Josephine shakes her head. “I wonder why so many go there?” Josephine asks. “I suppose they’re all unhappy.”
      “They can’t all go there because they’re sad,” Keisha says. “Maybe some are just finished.”
      “Finished with what?” Josephine studies the woman. She’s too pretty to be so morbid.
      “With life. Maybe they’ve crossed everything off their bucket list.”
      “Well, then you create another list. Believe me; I’ve started over more than a few times. You can always reinvent yourself and create a whole ‘nother bucket of lists.”
      “Yeah, I guess you’re right.”
      “You’re not thinking about going there to die are you?” Josephine asks suddenly concerned.
      Keisha laughs. “Of course not. I’m just curious.
      Josephine brings her hand to her chest. “Oh my goodness. You about gave me a heart attack.”
      “You don’t have to worry about me. I have a husband and a little girl at home. I would never leave them.”
      “Good. Good,” Josephine says as she stares at the woman, looking for any sign of depression.
      “I promise. It’s just a weird curiosity of mine. I’m not going to kill myself.
      “Well if you’re sure,” Josephine says, finally at ease.
      “Ms. Josephine,” the Japanese tour guides says with an almost flawless American accent “We’re here.”
      “Oh my. I didn’t even know I was sleep.” Josephine looks over to Keisha, but the woman’s seat is empty except for a folded sheet of paper. Josephine glances around the bus for the woman, but she is nowhere in sight. All of her belongings are gone. Satisfied she has done her due diligence and no one can call her nosy, Josephine unfolds the paper.

Keisha’s Bucket List

Graduate High School
Go Ziplining in Costa Rica
Go To College
Get a passport
Make love under the night sky
Visit Canada
Write a book
Fall in love
Get married
Have a baby
Travel to another country

Visit the suicide forest

      All but the last one is marked out.

Black Beauty
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The Series: Everleaf

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Coal [1]

Coal has lived most of his life in the fey realm with his elven best friend, but when a human child he promised to protect unintentionally breaks a law in front of the fey elite, he will have to choose between betraying his best friend or saving the child’s life.

[Published 11 Jun 2015, 218 pages]

Chalcedony [2]

After escaping with Elizabeth to the human realm, Coal is accused of kidnapping and spends six months in a juvenile detention center. When he gets released he is determined to find his way back to the fey realm. On his quest to return home, he learns the heartbreaking truth: nothing he was told about his past is true, and everything he thought about himself is completely wrong. But in order to discover the truth, he’ll have to make a deal with a government agent hell-bent on prosecuting Chalcedony for abducting Elizabeth. A deal that could set off a war between the worlds.

[Published 20 Apr 2016, 238 pages]

About the Author

Constance Burris is on a journey to take over the world through fantasy, horror, and science fiction. Her mission is to spread the love of speculative fiction to the masses.

She is a proud card carrying blerd (black nerd), mother, and wife.

When she is not writing and spending time with her family, she is working hard as an environmental engineer in Oklahoma City.

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Join us on the Bewitching Book Tours Haunted Halloween Spooktacular:

19-Sep Chained to the Tiger's Bed by Kelex
20-Sep Mated to Three by Sam Crescent
21-Sep Taming the Beast by Erzabet Bishop
22-Sep By Design by BA Tortuga
23-Sep Paws and Claws by MA Church
30-Sep Glimmer by Rayna Noire
3-Oct Blood Bound by Traci Douglass
4-Oct Eternal Desire by Roxanne Rhoads
5-Oct The Infernal Detective by Kirsten Weiss
6-Oct Struck By Eros by Jenn Windrow
7-Oct Oubliette--A Forgotten Little Place by Vanta Black
10-Oct Eve of All Hallows by Natalie Nicole Bates
11-Oct Charm City by Ash Krafton
12-Oct Of Fear and Faith by N.D. Jones
13-Oct Witch's Cursed Cabin by Marsha A Moore
14-Oct Immortal Aliens by Laura B. Diamond
17-Oct Black In White by JC Andrijeski
18-Oct Take Me! by Lily Harlem
19-Oct Love Me Broken by Angelique Voisen
20-Oct A Murder of Vampires by Catherine Winters
21-Oct Pagan Eyes: Initiation by Rayna Noire
24-Oct Outback Heat by Lexxie Couper
25-Oct Black Beauty by Constance Burris
26-Oct Gryphon's Passing by Krista Carlson
27-Oct Haunted Boston Harbor by Sam Baltrusis
28-Oct The Graveyard Shift by Jamie K. Schmidt
31-Oct Pocket Full of Tinder by Jill Archer

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