Closure of Hot Angels and Cool Demons Blog Tour

A silence. When it’s quiet, the French say “an ange passe” – an angel is passing through. How fitting.

I stand here, in this rich silence, and hear echoes of these past two weeks. During this great blog tour, I’ve read more about angels and demons than ever, and marked so many great books on my wishlist that I’m ecstatic and about to go on a shopping spree. Thank the heavens Xmas is just around the corner. 🙂

My love for angels and demons manifested in a series of short stories, novellas and novels revolving around this theme (Binding Spell, Suriel’s Sword, Idriel’s Sin).

Misty Malone touched upon the connection between demons and ghosts (The Hitcher and His Rider) Ellis Carrington spoke of Mayan angels and demons (Amor Prohibido). D.C. Juris talked of angels in love (On God’s Honor). J.K. Coi showcased her “bad boy demon” Gabriel and his angel who’s trying to save him (Falling Hard), while Kiki Howell explored the story of a demon saving an angel’s life in battle (A Questionable Hero). Michael Mandrake’s stories blur the line between angel and demon (Vertigo) and Angel Martinez talked of Asian demons (Boots). Marie Dees presented Tribal, ‘the rent boy from hell’ in her fun and hot series about fallen angels, demon hunters and horny demons (Angel in the Middle). Sara York created a world where angels and demons can switch bodies, blurring the boundaries between goodness and beauty (Fire and Ice). Barbara Elsborg wrote about angels caught between heaven an hell (Power of Love), while Hayley B. James invented a different breed of angels and demons (Water Waltz). Arlene Webb presented Damon of the demon eyes, making us rethink the concept of demons (Splintered Energy) and Diane Hartsock talked of Alex – an angel who bears the pain of the world (ALEX). Concluding the tour, Kiernan Kelly talked of our attraction to men with big wings 😉 (Dancing on the Head of a Pin, Demonology 101).

So we have come to the end of this wonderful journey, with a stack of stories I can’t wait to dive into, just in time for Xmas. What better time to read of angelic and fallen creatures, beautiful and sexy?

If you have missed the tour, click on the links on each author’s name to read what they wrote and find the links to their stories.

I, for my part, would like to thank from the bottom of my heart all the great authors who took the time to participate in this tour. It was a great pleasure working with you and reading about your thoughts and stories. I wish you all a great holiday season, and many sales!

But, above all, for the love of god and all his angels (but also of all those sexy demons!), write more such stories. We readers love to read them. 🙂

 Go to the blog of author Krista D. Ball to see who is the winner of the draw!!! 🙂

And as a happy side note – my novel Idriel’s Sin has now been released by Amber Allure Press!

Thank you all for following us on this tour. I hope you had fun and discovered authors and stories you might like to read.


6 thoughts on “Closure of Hot Angels and Cool Demons Blog Tour

  1. Jay, thank you for all the time and lovely words you put into this blog tour. It’s been so much fun and I’m thrilled to have more great stories to read, with your latest release, Idriel’s Sin, on the top of the pile. Again, thank you and everyone else who made this blog hop exceptional.

  2. This tour was a wonderful idea and I’m so glad I was able to be part of it. Thank you! I met some amazing authors and my ‘to buy’ list for santa is twice as long now. You know, I’m going to miss having these lovely pics and stories to read to start my mornings. 🙂

  3. Thanks, Jay. I’ve really enjoyed doing this – despite the frustration of being 5 hours adrift on time and having to wait to read the next day’s post!! Some GREAT sounding books – sigh – I just need more hours in the day to read them all!!!
    Waves to everyone who took part !!

  4. I must thank you all for participating with such great posts! It was a great pleasure doing this blog tour with you. We must do it sometime again with another theme! 🙂

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