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Book Trailer – Confronting the Demon, a High Fantasy Novella



Confronting the Demon is available from:
 
Amazon – goo.gl/ZYMjmK
Barnes & Noble – goo.gl/Wbd2Eu
Apple – goo.gl/Zm2rBr
Kobo – goo.gl/ZYMjmK

Or you can pick it up here on my website: ciaraballintyne.com/BooksCiaraBallintyne.html

Book trailer credits:

Illustrations by Isaia (worldsbeyond.lydiakurnia.com) and Lydia Kurnia (lydiakurnia.com)
Art direction by Lydia Kurnia
Cover illustration by Nadica Boskovska (theswansmaiden.deviantart.com/gallery/)
Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

I am lucky enough to work with Lydia Kurnia in my day job. She is both a fantasy writer and a fantasy artist, so she is definitely more talented than I! The trailer turned out better than my wildest dreams, and I can’t thank her enough. Do be sure to stop by her website to check her out.

Thanks for watching, and in the words of Lydia, feel free to share with your family, friends, enemies…  Anyone who may enjoy and benefit from it!

Putting the Fear Factor Back In Tentacles

As part of the Confronting the Demon blog tour, I’m guest posting over on Silly Hat Books.

Stop by to check out my guest post, Putting The Fear Factor Back In Tentacles, where I talk about what inspired me to put tentacles in Confronting the Demon and why I didn’t toss them during revisions. Don’t Google ‘tentacles’ and ‘fiction’ unless you already know what results you’re likely to get, or you may be shocked. Or not.

If you’d like to pick up your own copy of Confronting the Demon, check out the buy links on this page – at $1.99, it’s a steal! Buy direct from my Books page and it’s even cheaper. 
 

If you’re an author, you might also like to check out my post A Quick Reference Guide to Copyright and Cover Art. Does your cover use stock photos? You might not be able to do with your own book cover all the things you think you can!

Writing Sex Scenes

As part of the Confronting the Demon blog tour, I’m guest posting over on Sheila Deeth’s blog. 

Ever found yourself reading or watching a sex scene, wondering when you’ll get back to the actual story? Stop by to check out my guest post, Sex Scenes – In or Out, where I talk about why some stories need sex scenes, and some don’t – Confronting the Demon being one of the latter.

If you’d like to pick up your own copy of Confronting the Demon, check out the buy links on this page – at $1.99, it’s a steal! Buy direct from my Books page and it’s even cheaper. 
 

If you’re an author, you might also like to check out my post A Quick Reference Guide to Copyright and Cover Art. Does your cover use stock photos? You might not be able to do with your own book cover all the things you think you can!

Pinky Pollock Interviews Ciara Ballintyne, Author of Confronting the Demon

After reviewing Confronting the Demon, Sharon ‘Pinky’ Pollock is now interviewing me as well!
Stop on by and read the full interview to learn all about my inspiration, my writing process, and what I’m working on now. 
 If you’d like to pick up your own copy of Confronting the Demon, check out the buy links on this page – at $1.99, it’s a steal! Buy direct from my Books page and it’s even cheaper. 
 

If you’re an author, you might also like to check out my post A Quick Reference Guide to Copyright and Cover Art. Does your cover use stock photos? You might not be able to do with your own book cover all the things you think you can!

Short Stories With Delusions of Grandeur

As part of the Confronting the Demon blog tour, I’m guest posting over on the blog Indie Authors You Want To Read

Stop by to check out my guest post, Short Stories With Delusions of Grandeur, where I talk about how long a story should be, and what happens when a story has been squeezed into jeans two sizes too small. Confronting the Demon may even have been in jeans smaller than that when it started!

If you’d like to pick up your own copy of Confronting the Demon, check out the buy links on this page – at $1.99, it’s a steal! Buy direct from my Books page and it’s even cheaper. 
 
If you’re an author, you might also like to check out my post A Quick Reference Guide to Copyright and Cover Art. Does your cover use stock photos? You might not be able to do with your own book cover all the things you think you can!