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A Reason to Read 101 Nights…

A Readers Review Blog delves deep into 101 Nights and has this to say about Reluctant Rapture, the second book in my paranormal romantic suspense series. Have a look…

A Real Housewife of New Jersey

101Nights_ad…just don’t let Amani Zarin hear you calling her a housewife. She’s tough and she has a temper, so she’ll probably do fine in her new suburban home with her new suburban husband, Jason Masters. She’s a beautiful genie. He’s a handsome scientist. And they have 101 Nights to figure out a way to save her homeland, secure his research, make toast without setting the house on fire, and generate some magic. Jason never dreamed of this genie but she will keep him awake at night.

So that’s it in a nutshell: my new book. I really hope you’ll download it. To Have and To Hold is the first installment in the 101 Nights series. It’s $1.99.  And if you like it, tune in for next month’s release called Reluctant Rapture.

If you have a Kindle, head on over to Amazon now and download it!

Thanks,
Kellyann
What Would You Wish For?

Modern Take on I Dream of Jeannie

101 Nights Start on March 16th, 2013!

101 Nights Start on March 16th, 2013!

Her name is Amani Zarin, not Jeannie, but she is a genie. The difference is that she’s independent, a reluctant roommate to Masters (that’s  Jason Masters), sometimes surly, and absolutely refuses to wear her hair in a high ponytail. 101 Nights is my new romance novel being delivered in a series of Romantisodes from Boroughs Publishing Group. Episode One, To Have and To Hold, will be released on March 16th. Please pick it up. Read it over. I think you’ll enjoy it.

SYNOPSIS:

For love or for science? When genie ambassador Amani Zarin reluctantly agrees to work with human scientist Jason Masters to save her homeland, she never factored in the force of magnetic attraction…or the heart.  The heat they generate could start a fire that will either bind them forever or incinerate their neighborhood and possibly their respective worlds.

Against a backdrop of conniving board members, hostile genies, and nosey suburban neighbors, Amani and Jason must navigate their loyalties and their own stubborn hearts to achieve wedded bliss…at least for 101 Nights.

Best Wishes,
Kellyann
In the meantime, pick up THE GENIE IGNITES for a heart bursting tale of cross-cultural love.

Jinn Sightings: City in the Sky

This image of Jinnistan was created by Heather_the_Hermit and available at Deviant Art.com

This image of Jinnistan was created by Heather the Hermit and available at DeviantArt.com

I’m currently writing a novella called Angels & Genies that offers a view on the world of Jinnistan. It’s a contemporary romance set  on a New Jersey beachfront, but our jinni hero is determined to protect his homeland. Where is it? How does he get to it? Certainly not via the Garden State Parkway. No. Jinnistan exists parallel to our world and there are portals that occasionally allow access…sort of like potholes in the atmosphere. Every once in a while, the portal appears, like a comet in a clear night sky.

So, if you know my blog, you know I do my genie research. History, legend, myth, and anecdotes offer postcard images of this fabled land. With those resources and a little imagination, I’ve woven together a vision of what Jinnistan looks like. The more difficult question is: Where is it?


I like this theory of Jinnistan based on news reports of U.F.O. (Unidentified Flying Objects, for those of you living under rocks) sightings in Nigeria. Apparently, what appeared to be a city in the sky hovered over the remote village of Dulali last year.

Here’ what they saw:

Suddenly, he became aware of a pervading bright light enveloping the atmosphere, followed by a sudden realisation that the heavens were falling on the village. As he looked up at the encroaching sky, he saw the most amazing view of his forty years existence. According to him, “There appeared a wide, large mass of something that looked like a cloud from nowhere and it was flying slowly over the village just at the height of an average tree.

“The cloud was transparent and I saw beautiful tall buildings inside it, with tarred roads and cars. It was like a flying city. And from it I could hear the sound of machines making noise just as you would hear at Ashaka cement factory.

Here’s what they think it was:

Mallam Shehu Liman is the Chief Imam of the village. He confirmed the general consensus of the villagers and specifically affirmed that, “We believe that maybe Allah used those sightings to open our eyes to see how Jinns (spirits) live in their own world. Allah is great, and there is nothing He cannot do on earth.”

I’ll buy that for $3.99. What do you think?

 Best Wishes,
Kellyann
For $3.99, you can buy The Genie Ignites.

And stay tuned for the cover unveiling of Angels & Genies next Monday, February 25, 2013.

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