Dec 23, 2013

Blog Tour: Dearhart Clan Series by Eri Nelson ~ Spotlight ~ Guest Post !!!

                                    

Dearhart Clan is a series of fast-paced adult books that dabble in the world of paranormal and remain in the erotic pulse of what can only be classified as a primal fantasy. If it is a typical romance you are looking for you will not find it in this series.   

Eri Nelson writes in a darker world where heat and need are the forefront for a slipping existence.  There is not time for all the tenderness love deserves but if you are imprinted to another, you are far beyond those mortal requirements.

Our author is driven by swift action packed intrigues that often leave you wanting more. As she writes, each new book into the series the number of pages might increase but the action never lets you feel the increasing distance to the final page.




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Synopsis:

Dearhart Clan is a series of fast paced books that dabble in the world of paranormal and remain in the erotic pulse of what can only be classified as a primal fantasy.  If it’s a typical romance you’re looking for you won’t find it in this series.   

Eri Nelson writes in a darker world where heat and need are the forefront for a slipping existence.  There is not time for all the tenderness love deserves but if you’re imprinted to another you are far beyond those mortal requirements.

Our author is driven by swift action packed intrigues that often leave you wanting more.  As she writes each new book into the series the number of pages might increase but the action never lets you feel the increasing distance to the final page.

The Call From Within is Eri Nelson’s first look into this series.  It is here that we meet Owen our Pack’s clan leader.  He has been driven by what is expected of an alpha.  Facts that were told through the decades all but look like fiction to him now.  So he never dared to believe in fate and only let duty push him forth.  Although now his resolves make no sense and it took little to no time at all in showing him through the lust he feels for another.

Kristen Still bares the imprinted mark to our handsome alpha.  However he wasn’t the first to notice what she was and it’s that bedding of prior passions that control her new weakness.  Yes, Owen is pushed by jealousy to possess what his four footed insight tells him is his.

A former distraction wanted more than heated moments with Kristen.  In her he saw a stronger life force for his young and if Brinston Drake must he would take what he needs from her.  He just did not foresee another finding her as well.

While the rest of Eri Nelson’s cast of characters find their selves caught up in furthering personal existences. Another by the name of Wash seeks to use their distractions as his gain.  A rogue sent to track and update, Wash is tested by his hatred and desire for revenge.  He’ll have it but not as quickly as he would like.  But soon enough Owen will slip farther into his madness over a bitch in heat.  Then Wash perhaps can use the heated vixen to distract both her and the alpha into their future demise. 

                                                     

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Synopsis:

The DHC, Dearhart Clan Series, is a continuing saga that borders on several genres to create what I like to class as dark primal adult paranormal fantasies. In my opinion, the DHC is very erotic but does not fully go into erotica for there are many more aspects I like to let the reader discover from the characters.


Once again, you will encounter Owen Dearhart and his mate Kristen who for a second time find themselves facing obstacles that not only intervene but take away what Owen now finds worth more than the pack itself.


As per request Thomas Dearhart is sent by Owen to track down what they think is a rogue Werewolf. All the while unbeknownst to him, one of their own is taken from the pack. However with knowledge not known a mission at hand takes Thomas finding himself discovering more than what they assumed was a wolf gone astray. It will be this newly discovered venture that will put heat in his loins and a refusal to fully except what is in front of him.


With what seems like destiny fulfilling before him, Wash withers in revenge’s control and takes it upon himself to go further in the mouth of evil for support. So with vengeance as his goal Wash goes back to Opts where Yvone fully intends to arbitrate his ruthless control over not only the situation but Wash as well.


As a cast of characters emerge fighting not only their inner turmoil but those wishing to take them down it should be of no surprise that a few extra faces are now tossed into this dark and desperate world of the unknowns, where the urges of the beast weigh even heavier on their still looming demise. 

                                                   

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Synopsis:

"Heated Calls From Change.” 

This third book is far darker than its predecessors, venturing down a path that will ultimately have readers at the door to another series, INK.


Owen and Kristen wage the war of captivities' control and fight all obstacles to find their ways back to each other. However, neither will ever be the same and brink on the lines of death to see each other once again.


Julia caught in loss will form a bond with an unexpected new life now swaddled around her. While Thomas resolves his needs and wants, to having it all with his mate.


From Forest's winter attire, comes a new face that hides well and kills even better. But she will not hide as her destiny arrives on the back of a wolf named Bry. For she and he were destined to carry the upcoming change of the werewolves world.


As revenge smolders still in the mind of Wash, he will be faced with the battle of his life and more importantly the man who will soon control all the werewolves’ fates.


GUEST POST:

Topic: 10 Tips for becoming a better writer

Writing, to this author, has always been seen as an art form. Whether it is painting, singing, writing music, sculpting, or any way of expressing yourself in a visionary way to me is a form of art. However, some look on writing as more of a science. Where a certain formula must be filled and followed to carry out a correct structure. Although this works for many authors as well as being lucrative, this type of rigid structure has never been my voice or call to passion.
I write by an unstructured hand. Often my rather unorthodox sentence structures have been labeled as either in need of editing or as some form of historical. Even once, I was told that my writing’s twist and turns on the tongue were like literary styles of yesteryears. As Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice is my favorite book, I’ll take this last reference as a compliment.
Although, I do agree a book should have some sort of framework. As far as a reader being able to understand the storyline and its characters, I also believe that a writer like a painter in his own brushstrokes should have the freedom to paint the page in his/her own vision.
If we were to look closer at the classics in literature, would they stand up to some reviewer’s or other author’s rigid standards? Probably not and in reality, we would not want them to. I fully understand the necessary need in some genres for the inflexible status-quo. While some fictions are the creations of the writer themselves and as such can create entire new worlds or visions of the most normal applications of our lives in a new way. This looser based take can make you look on ordinary task with a new and greater insight, if we allow our minds to open in such a manner.
Therefore, if we were take the above into consideration our instructions for writing could be seen in a more delightful disorder that allows the writer a more boundless way to express.

Author Eri Nelson’s most unstructured, unbalanced, and unorthodox tips to become a better write.

1.      Writing what you know can be achieved but letting your hands type out the unknown can be even more fun.
2.      Write what you enjoy to read. If you’re just writing to popular fads, your work may lack passion. Unless the fads are what you enjoy…
3.      Don’t be afraid to do research... Even fiction can work best with looking up each detail.
4.      Use as many notebooks, tablets, posits, scrap pieces of papers, napkins, and even the back of your hand to write all the ideas that pop into your head down. Anything you can think of might be awesome in your new tale.
5.      It’s okay if you don’t use everything in your chapter outlines. Sometimes our characters have a way of changing our story in the beginning or even mid page.
6.      Character outlines are awesome but don’t be afraid to allow your characters to grow as the story grows. You can always copy and paste to your outline to help keep it in your mind how your character is emerging.
7.      Don’t try to please every reader or reviewer. No matter if the first fifty all love your work there will no doubt be those who will find fault with your every word.
8.      There is no law that says you can’t go back and delete entire chapters if the story has turned in your head. If you doubt the delete, give yourself a few days and go back to it. If you still feel the same way… delete away and revise.
9.      Never let a bad review turn you to give up writing. If a story is always in your head and the passion to put it to paper is there, then write. We grow with each piece of work we commit ourselves to and it would be a shame that we turned away from something we truly enjoy.

10.  Keep your goal in prospective. Yes, writers can reach the fame of Ann Rice and J.K. Rowling. However, even they were at one time turned away or rejected by a reader. Write for the love of it then for the yearning to share your work with a reader. If the reader loves your work then you have reached the most lustrous of fame.  For although the lime light and mass profits would be awesome, there is something to be said for being enjoyed by even a handful of readers.


About the Author: Eri Nelson


Eri Nelson born Erica Walcott is a Indie Author and the youngest of three in a family of five. Erica became Eri (airy) from her mother who called her that for as long as she could remember. The short take on her name took on a more solid base with the love of her life and husband, Jeff Nelson.
Together they have been for the past twenty years. Within that time they were able to raise one daughter and endless amount of pets.
Writing is a passion for her and an abundance of never ending joy. Only one thing tops that for Eri… and that is when a reader enjoys the read……

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