Monday, July 10, 2017

Blog Tour for: Fiery Passion (The Forbidden Darkness Chronicles #3) by Alec John Belle



Fiery Passion (The Forbidden Darkness Chronicles #3)
by Alec John Belle
Genre: YA Paranormal
Release Date: September 2017

Summary from Goodreads:

After the unexpected events at the end of Shadow People, Heather, Hayden, and their friends are trying to move forward with their lives. While trying to hunt down the new vessel of the Darkness, and trying to avoid a very complicated relationship, Heather thinks she can keep everything under control.

Until she's taken by a demon named Ziminiar.

As Hayden, Kadin, Philip, and Kristen try to find their friend, Heather unravels many truths about the world she lives in, the core of her being, and the true origins of the Monster Hunters. 

In the third installment of The Forbidden Darkness Chronicles, secrets will be exposed, relationships will be tested, and the ultimate betrayal will leave fans breathless.

Because in a world where demons exist, nothing is ever as it seems.
Excerpt 1 

My boyfriend stepped into the room, and the first thing I caught notice of was his black tuxedo. He was typically dressed in casual attire, with jeans a t-shirt, so seeing him all dressed up was a bit of a surprise. His short dark hair was even slicked back with some type of gel and his green eyes met mine.
“You look beautiful,” he said, staring at the dress. “Kristen made a good choice.”
I snorted. “You only like it because it shows off my boobs.”
He shrugged. “Nothing wrong with that.”
Although we officially started dating, there was still a bit of awkwardness between us. I hoped that eventually it’d go away, but for now, I blushed at his comment. “There’s everything wrong with that.”
Ignoring my statement, he said, “Are you all ready to go?”

“As ready as I’ll ever be,” I said. “I just don’t know how much more of this I can handle.” Philip reached out and grabbed my hand. “Don’t worry. Whatever happens, we’ll get through it together.”





Buy Links:
The Long Road Home (contemporary YA novel and currently free): https://www.amazon.com/Long-Road-Home-Alec-Belle-ebook/dp/B01IK89824

About the Author

Alec John Belle resides in Carson City, NV, where he is currently attending high school for his senior year. At the age of 16 he wrote his first novel, Before I Break. His hobbies include reading, writing, and obsessing over Pretty Little Liars. He writes about tough topics that many are too afraid to talk about like suicide, homosexuality, self harm, bullying, mental illness, among other teenage issues, and he often blends these ideas with the paranormal. Despite writing such topics, he is a very cheerful person who enjoys looking for the best in life, while trying to help others do the same.


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Interview with Alec John Belle
  1. What is your favorite part of this book and why?
My favorite part of the book is a little after the middle. There’s a twist that I’ve been waiting to share with the readers since before I even wrote the first book. It’s nice to finally be able to get that out there and not have to cringe any time someone gets it right LOL!
  1. If you could spend time with a character from your book whom would it be? And what would you do during that day?
Kadin, for sure. He’s my favorite character out of the whole series. If I were hanging out with him, we’d definitely go to The Aether, his home place. We’d also be good at sleuthing together!
  1. If you could have been the author of any book ever written, which book would you choose?
It actually wouldn’t be a book, but a book series—The Hollows by Kim Harrison.
  1. Are your characters based off real people or did they all come entirely from your imagination?
Not a single one of the characters are based off real people! It always amazes me because people would think it’s easier to create characters based off others, but to be totally honest, it’s way easier to just have a fictional person fall into my head.
  1. What made you want to become a writer?
Ever since I was a kid, I loved storytelling. Books would just capture my attention all the time, and slowly I started coming up with stuff by myself. Being able to create a whole world in your head and put it on paper is a talent that should be valued way more than it is. I also love writing contemporary novels about issues on suicide, self-harm, addiction, mental illness, and death. I’m told all the time just how much my books have changed someone’s life and that is the best feeling in the world.

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