Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Tour - The Witches Prophecy by Janae

 Janae will be awarding a $10 Amazon/BN GC or a signed paperback copy of the book to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.

The Witches Prophecy

by Janae

Within the shadows, a prophecy-bound assassin emerges, holding the fate of our world in their lethal grip - the key to salvation or the catalyst of our downfall.
Trouble Ferell is your average gun toting assassin, never once caught she revels in anonymity. But she can’t face the demonic force that has come for her. She can no longer trust herself but burgeoning from her is that what you’d call magic. Now, as a sorceress with divine lineage she must face creatures from other realms in a race against time.
Confronting the truth, she must rise to the occasion of becoming the most formidable witch throughout history. She is tasked with banishing abominable entities back to the depths of the Underworld, all while ensuring her own survival.
Pity. It’s on Tuesday.


Now for an interview:

1. Describe yourself in three words.
Funny. Caring. Honest.

2. Cast your book. Tell us who would play the main characters in a movie and why. 
I would play Trouble because she is me, Henry Cavill would play Xaivier because he’s the superman, I had in mind (other than Christopher Reeve in the 70’s) Asia Argento was the photo I used for Digits and the K-Pop artist Rain was who I envisioned for Zander. Trouble has a older brother name Bishop who I’d either cased Ving Rhames or someone of his stature for that. I would definitely write a role for Samuel Jackson too. I am thinking of writing that screenplay. Lol.

3. What’s your favorite love scene from a movie?
I haven’t seen a great love scene in a long time. Most of them are fade to black lol. Or really bad soft porn. I guess I would have to name my favorite drama movie in Secretary. That was really touching. Finding someone who shares your weird is beautiful.

4. What’s your wildest fantasy?
Probably to do it somewhere high in the air and in public like a hot air balloon or something. I hate heights but the fact that you’re with your guy, in a situation where you could die and there’s someone watching you is really sexy.

5. If you were to lose one of your senses, which would you rather lose and why?
Since the notion that we only have five is a myth I would say the sense of pain or Nociception-the perception of pain. I like seeing people, I love my sense of smell, I would hate not to feel things and tasting food is a passion of mine. My hearing is going due to age but hearing “I love you” never fails to bring me to tears. No I will lose pain because I get migraines on the regular because of various reasons and cannot wait till they clear. Pain is something that comes with suffering and that is a terrible thing that people and animals will inevitably have to endure. If I were able to, I would take it away from everyone and everything.

6. What is the naughtiest thing you did as a kid?
I played house with my cousins a lot. My grandma would watch movies like Risky Business and Private Resort. She would tell me to cover my eyes when watching those movies with her but I would peek then show my cousins lol. I also practiced kissing my sister’s Snoopy doll.

Boxers or Briefs?

Briefs. On the floor of my bedroom of course.

Top or Bottom?
Top. I like to be dominant. Also, it’s a great angle to look someone in the eyes.

Pajamas or nude?
Nude. I have no problem with my body as a whole. Its when someone else has to look at it that the worry and self-doubt sets in.

Hairy chests or smooth?
Hairy chest please but keep it to a minimum. Maintenance is a great tool for men.

Alpha or Beta?
Alpha. Because I am a hyper lady or whatever you call it. I need a manly man but I usually attract betas.


Now for an excerpt:

When Darkness looms, the world finds its hero…

In "The Witches Prophecy," Trouble Ferell, a renowned assassin, yearns for normalcy and acceptance. However, her world turns upside down when she discovers her involvement in an ancient prophecy and unlocks her long-dormant magical abilities. Doubt and uncertainty fill her mind as she grapples with her newfound identity and the visitations of a powerful deity. 

With her best friend turned lover by her side, Trouble must confront monstrous beings in human bodies and an impending apocalypse orchestrated by Chaos, an entity seeking her as his bride. As interdimensional gates creak open, Earth dangles on the edge of peril. Trouble must embrace her role as both a Demi-goddess and witch, rallying against her half-sister's ascent and thwarting Chaos's pursuit of the formidable Darkveil Talisman.

In a race against time, Trouble and Xaivier unravel the tapestry of their shared history, hurtling towards an epic clash that pits good against evil. 'The Witches Prophecy' weaves a spellbinding tale, where ultimate victory tips the scales for but one contender. Pity. It’s only Tuesday.

About the Author: 

Janae’s family is from Louisiana and Georgia. She is the middle child of three. She began her writing career as a teenager in high school writing steamy love scenes for her classmates. She wasn’t convinced as a writer until her English teacher found her stories and told her she should

be a writer. She treasured those words for all of her adult life. She has a bachelor’s degree in information Technology. She is a dedicated mother, friend and writer. She is usually found hunched over her laptop dreaming of different ways to entertain. She lives in Savannah, Ga with

her cat Persephone and son. She loves dogs and wants to own a Husky and loves making people laugh and feel comfortable. She has a podcast called How Not To Write with Janae and her favorite color is blue. She is a Cancer.

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Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting and featuring today's author.

traciem said...

What motivates/ inspires you?

Rita Wray said...

Sounds like a good book.

Marcy Meyer said...

The cover looks good. Sounds like a good story.

Sherry said...

This sounds like a great read.

traciem said...

What's the most unexpected thing writing has brought into your life?