Cover Reveal: Indigo Infinity by Jacinda Buchmann

Indigo Infinity

Author: Jacinda Buchmann
Genre: Young Adult
Title: Indigo Infinity (Book 3 in the YA Indigo Trilogy)

Release Date: December 18, 2014


Supernatural powers can be more of a burden than a gift.

Two years ago, Indigo Children, Tyler and Toby discovered the hard way their powers weren’t a secret. When they gained immunity from the IIA—the agency that wanted to exploit them—they thought they would finally be able to get on with their lives, but when one of their own goes missing, they prepare to do whatever it takes to find him.

“Follow the star that’s not a star.”

When the unexpected happens, the Indigo Children are forced to split up to protect those dearest to them, but with only a riddle and their instincts for guidance, they realize help from mysterious allies may be the only way to cut ties with the IIA once and for all.

The only way to close the door on the past is to embrace the future.

Sarah finally realizes she is ready to open her heart to love, but her life unexpectedly takes a sharp detour. Meanwhile, Tyler and Liliana learn the universe and their love knows no boundaries, while Grace and Eddie begin to wonder if their relationship is destined to fail before it begins.

It’s a race against time.

The IIA has gone too far, and it’s up to the Indigo Children to protect those who can’t protect themselves, before it’s too late. Will they ever have the opportunity to enjoy love and lead normal lives? Find out in Indigo Infinity, the fast-paced, action-packed conclusion of The Indigo Trilogy.

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About the Author

2014 Jacinda Book_1Jacinda Buchmann lives in Arizona with her husband and three children. She graduated from Carroll College, in Helena, Montana, with a B.A. in elementary education and later received a Master’s degree from Northern Arizona University, in school counseling. After spending several years as a teacher and later a school counselor, she now spends her time writing, any free chance she can get, that is, when she’s not spending time with her family or creating a new concoction in the kitchen.

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I’m A Guest on Sarah Negovetich’s Blog Today!

guestpost NegoI’m delighted to help Sarah Negovetich spread the word about her book Rite of Rejection (Read Chapter One). If you like dystopian novels, you’ll enjoy the genuine world Negovetich has created. You can follow along the book tour here.

Sarah’s hosting me on her blog today where I write about a time I was rejected. Please come visit and show some comment love.

Cover Reveal: Rite of Rejection by Sarah Negovetich
Releasing December 4th, 2014
Straight-laced, sixteen-year-old Rebecca can’t wait for her Acceptance. A fancy ball, eligible bachelors, and her debut as an official member of society. Instead, the Machine rejects Rebecca. Labeled as a future criminal, she’s shipped off to a life sentence in a lawless penal colony.
A life behind barbed wire fences with the world’s most dangerous people terrifies Rebecca. She reluctantly joins a band of misfit teens in a risky escape plan, complete with an accidental fiancé she’s almost certain she can learn to love.
But freedom comes with a price. To escape a doomed future and prove her innocence Rebecca must embrace the criminal within.

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Love the cover? Go on then and read the first chapter…

Before You Stands the Future. The dark-red banner strung across the storefront awning matches the dozens of others lining the streets of the shopping district. Each one with the same clock counting down to Acceptance. Tomorrow morning can’t get here soon enough.
I push the glowing blue button and the door slides open with a staccato puff of air. Overhead, an electric bell dings as I shuffle into the upscale boutique packed with other Candidates. Cheryl is right behind me, bouncing on her toes with each step. My mother would die of embarrassment if I showed the same lack of decorum as my best friend, but I’m bouncing on the inside. Our mothers walk in behind us and the door slides shut with another whoosh of air.
We visited half the shops in Cardinal City this morning in our search for the perfect dresses and dyed-to-match shoes. I got a thrill buying my first pair of silk gloves, Cheryl and I gushing over the tiny pearl buttons, but this is the purchase I’m looking forward to the most.
Shelves bursting with dance cards cover every square inch of wall space. Dozens of girls sigh and squeal over the small books we’ll use to record the names of our dance partners for tomorrow’s ball. I wipe damp palms against the cool material of my skirt and force myself to focus on the goal. One of these books is the perfect one for me. Hopefully, by the end of tomorrow night, it will hold the name of my future husband.
About Sarah
Sarah Negovetich knows you don’t know how to pronounce her name and she’s okay with that.
Her first love is Young Adult novels, because at seventeen the world is your oyster. Only oysters are slimy and more than a little salty; it’s accurate if not exactly motivational. We should come up with a better cliché.
Sarah divides her time between writing YA books that her husband won’t read and working with amazing authors as an agent at Corvisiero Literary Agency. Her
life’s goal is to be only a mildly embarrassing mom when her kids hit their teens.
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What’s the Best (and Worst!) Writing Advice You’ve Ever Gotten?

Guest Post by Quanie Miller 

I once turned in a story for a professor to critique. I waited eagerly for her feedback, certain that she would be so impressed with what I’d written that she’d call every industry professional she knew and say, “Hey; let’s get this girl an agent!”

I was brimming with anticipation as I headed to her office for our one-on-one. I arrived early, ready to hear her thoughts on my masterpiece. “So,” she said, with a smile. “Let’s talk about your story.”


She drummed her fingers on her desk. “About the beginning….” Yes, darling. What about my marvelous beginning? She shifted in her seat. “Do you know of a story that starts…I mean, with someone just…talking? To nobody?” She laughed nervously.

“What do you mean to nobody?”

“I mean, like, to thin air?”

I’m sure she could tell by the look on my face that I had no idea what she meant. We talked about other aspects of the story (though, I couldn’t really receive the information because her critique about my beginning left my head spinning), and I left her office, dazed and confused. I went around for quite some time thinking that a story should never start with a character “just talking.”

Well, fast-forward a few years (and several creative writing courses later), and I realized that was probably some of the worst writing advice I’d ever gotten. Perhaps Ms. Writing Instructor Extraordinaire was getting dialogue and narration confused. Perhaps she had never heard of a tale called Moby Dick that begins: “Call me Ishmael.” Or, even more recently, a novel called Gone Girl that begins: “When I think of my wife, I always think of her head.” Two totally successful novels. Both begin with characters “just talking.” I’ve since kicked that bad advice to the curb and haven’t looked back. And the runner up to the worst advice? “Whenever you get stuck on a scene, add a new character.” Now why on God’s green earth did my instructor tell me that??? I was adding characters left and right, like it was going out of style! My poor stories were like Grand Central Station, with multiple people rushing in and out. For shame!

On the flip side of that, I’ve had some really awesome writing advice, namely, from a screenwriting professor. I was telling him my idea for my screenplay, and he could sense my trepidation. “I mean, can I do that?” I asked, afraid that my idea was just plain ole stupid.

He said something to me that has since given me wings: “How can it be wrong if you’re just making it up?”

A penny dropped for me. Yes: how could it be wrong if I was just making it up? After all, a story was…made up! That was truly some of the best advice I’ve ever gotten, and it’s allowed me to be truly uninhibited in my writing.

What about others? What’s some of the best and worst writing advice you’ve ever received? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

 Book Info

collins_promoTitle: The New Mrs. Collins
Author: Quanie Miller
Genre: Paranormal
Release Date: October 13, 2014

Book Blurb
In the small town of Carolville, Louisiana, no one knows that Adira Collins inherited mystic powers from her great grandmother. All they know is that she’s beautiful, poised, graceful, and ruthless—especially when it comes to love. And no one knows that more than Leena Williams, who was all set to marry the man of her dreams until Adira swooped into town and stole the man’s heart.

Being left at the altar is bad enough, but Leena and her ex share custody of their son, so she has to see the new Mrs. Collins on a regular basis.

And it burns every time she does.

But soon, Leena starts to suspect that there is more to Adira Collins than meets the eye. And it’s not because she owns some kinky lingerie shop or allegedly insulted the pastor’s wife—it’s the strange way she can make a door close without touching it, or take one look at something and make it drop dead at her feet.

Leena starts digging for answers and soon discovers that, unlike her public persona, Adira’s true nature is somewhere on the other side of grace. She also learns, a little too late, that some secrets are better left buried.


She was on her knees in the back yard when she heard the unmistakable sound of Johnny’s truck pulling into the driveway. She turned her head slightly to the right and got up just as calmly as Ronetha Powell had done the night she put a bullet in her husband’s head. She had done it so calmly. Walked in there while he was watching Wheel of Fortune, put the gun to his head, fired, put the gun down, and then went to Wednesday night revival and sang “Somebody Prayed for Me” with such vigor that the visiting pastor singled her out and shouted, “Woman of God! You are blessed!”

It was two days before they found Mr. Powell. Before that, Ronetha had merely stepped over him like he was a bunched up rug that she didn’t feel like straightening out again. She was taking her meatloaf out of the oven when they surrounded her house. When Leena saw Ronetha on the front page of the Carolville Daily, being taken away in handcuffs, she thought to herself that Ronetha looked as serene as a river on Sunday morning. In some odd way, Leena felt the same thing. Serenity. It washed over her as she quietly opened the door and tiptoed through the ice cold house, which, for some reason, was blanketed in shades of yellow. She heard movement upstairs and knew that Johnny was in the bedroom. She walked to the kitchen and set a pot of water on to boil.

She walked slowly up the carpeted stairwell thinking that she should have changed that beige carpet long ago. When she got to the bedroom and saw Johnny — putting a picture of them face down on the nightstand — the shades of yellow that had intruded upon her vision turned stark raving red. Still clutching the letter in her right hand she cocked her arm back and hit that son of a bitch for all he was worth.

Author Bio

QUANIE MILLER - PHOTOQuanie Miller grew up in New Iberia, Louisiana. She fell in love with reading at an early age and spent most of her time at the Iberia Parish Library discovering authors like R.L. Stine and Christopher Pike (she was often found walking back home from the library with a stack of books that went up to her chin). She holds degrees from Louisiana State University and San Jose State University. She has been the recipient of the James Phelan Literary Award, the Louis King Thore Scholarship, the BEA Student Scriptwriting Award, and the Vicki Hudson Emerging Writing Prize. She is the author of The New Mrs. Collins, a southern paranormal novel, and It Ain’t Easy Being Jazzy, a romantic comedy. She lives in South Carolina with her husband and is currently, as always, working on another novel. To find out more about Quanie and her works in progress visit

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