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Lori Brighton talks books

April 27, 2011

I met Edie Ramer at a writer’s conference way back when we were both struggling writers. Super friendly, she’s the kind of person who is easy to talk to and always smiling. Like me, Edie has been in the writing business for years, and she knows her info. So when she told me about the new self-publishing of ebooks, I trusted her enough to take a look. If Edie was going to jump in, I knew it must be legit.

Since then, Edie has self-published 3 of her full length books and one novella. Her books are as polished and as good as any N.Y. author. I’m not the only one who thinks so. Her contemporary paranormal, Dead People, just gota 5/5 from Coffee Time Romance, a distinction many N.Y. published authors can’t claim. Interested in her work? Read the blurbs below!


It’s all in the Cattitude…

After Belle the cat switches bodies with a psychic on the run from a murderer, she wants her perfect cat body back instead of this furless human one. But she doesn’t count on falling in love with her former owner. Or that a CEO and a beauty queen want to use up her nine lives. Now is her chance to prove anything a human can do, a cat can do better.

Dead People

When Cassie Taylor talks, ghosts listen. She wants to heal their souls so they can leave earth. Brooding songwriter Luke Rivers wants to give his recently found daughter a normal home, but he discovers his new house in small town Wisconsin is haunted by a ghost with an attitude. Cassie has an attitude too — even before someone tries to kill her.

He wants conventional; she wants acceptance. No wonder she thinks men are hard and dead people are easy.


Dragon Blues

Once a dragon…
Saxophone player Noah Long shifted from dragon to human 2500 years ago, but the dragon blood still coursing through his veins has kept him healthy and virile. Now his secret is out, and the man who discovered it will do anything to make Noah’s blood his own. Noah’s only ally is martial arts expert Lila Fox, who heats up the fire in his belly…and his heart.

Twice a killer…
Lila Fox’s first kill was at age sixteen after her stepfather put her mother in a wheelchair. Fourteen years later, she kills another abuser to save a woman’s life. When the man who wants Noah’s blood kills her sister, she can’t let the death go unanswered. She teams up with the strangely compelling Noah, and discovers he’s not all man and has a few tricks of his own.

Right now Edie’s novella, The Seventh Dimension, and her full length novel, Dead People, are only 99 cents! If you like contemporary paranormal, I highly recommend you give her a try!

Make sure to leave a comment, Edie is giving away 1 Ecopy of her book to three lucky people. Just leave a comment for your chance to win!

Lori Brighton is a New York and self-published author. Her second book, Wild Desire released March 1, 2011 from Kensington Publishing. She has self-published A Night of Secrets (a historical paranormal), The Ghost Hunter (a contemporary paranormal) and a YA titled The Mind Readers. You can visit Lori on her website at: www.LoriBrighton.com

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  1. ohh..i just finished reading Lori’s Wild desire and it was really good!

  2. Thanks! I love good ghost stories and I am going to look up Dead People right now.

  3. Thanks Marjana!

    I’ve read Dead People and Cattitude and both are great reads! Really want to start Dragon Blues. I love that cover.

  4. Lori, thanks for the shout out! You’re a great friend. And you know I love your books!

    Susan, I hope you enjoy Dead People.

  5. *waving to Lori and Edie*
    SO glad you featured these books, Lori! They’re *wonderful* reads…and I’m still a little in love with Noah from Dragon Blues…sigh ;).
    Edie, CONGRATS on the 5 stars from Coffee Time! Very well deserved!!

  6. Hi Lori!! Hi Edie!! Well, as you already know, Edie – I LOVE Cattitude!! And your other books are on my TBB list – GAH, I keep meaning to get them…

  7. Thanks for the recommend Lori. I will definitely have to check these books.

  8. The books sound great!

  9. I really liked Cattitude, and Dead People is on my list of “To Buy” books. Sounds like now’s the time to buy. :)

  10. Dragon blues sounds like a great story.

  11. Nolan, thanks for the tweet.

    Marilyn, waving back at you! Thanks for your kind words.

    Bonnie, you’re so sweet!

    Danielle, thanks for checking out my books.

    Estella, I love your name and might use it in a book some day.

    Stacey, big hugs to you.

    Rebekah, thanks!

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