Friday, November 15, 2019

Top Ten Shifters by Joann H. Buchanan, Author of After Dark (Children of Nox Series Book 3) ~ @JoannHBuchanan @TCMPublicity

You are invited to explore a thrilling series filled with shifters and the supernatural in the After Dark Blog Tour featuring Joann H Buchanan! The third and final installment in the Children of Nox series, After Dark is Joann’s brand new release and this blog tour will celebrate the new book with reviews, interviews, guest posts, a tour-wide contest, and more!

The tour will run from November 13-20!

The tour-wide contest features a magnificent grand prize, of all three books in softcover, signed, with a one-of-a-kind mug, Children of Nox-themed bookmarks, a magnet, keychain, postcard, and tote bag, ALL within a special Joann H. Buchanan collector’s box! (there will be runner up prizes too!)

Please Welcome Joann H. Buchanan to the blog today!!

Top Ten Shifters
by Joann H. Buchanan 

My very first exposure to shifters was a Saturday morning cartoon called Super Friends. They were the Wonder Twins and I loved them. I wanted to be a Wonder Twin. I wanted Jayna’s power to transform into any animal. In honor of the Children of Nox series which is about shifters, I want my top ten to reflect the way I viewed the world as a child and to remind people of a pair of twins who rocked Saturday Morning. 

So in honor of the Wonder Twins here is my top ten. 

Wonder Twin powers activate.

10. A Falcon. They are amazing hunters and can fly.

9. Form of a White Tiger. A beautiful rare creature with claws and who doesn’t like those? 

8 A squirrel. These little beings are great climbers, they can store things in their mouths and are notoriously ornery. 

7. Raccoon. When I think of racoons I automatically go to Guardians of the Galaxy. However, I also think about how curious they are about the world they live in. We all carry a bit of wander and awe with us as children. Wouldn’t it be great if we did as adults too? Raccoons do. 

6 Dolphin To me these are these animals have the best sense of humor. They seem to live for fun. 

5 Sea Turtle. One of the coolest creatures of the sea. I love how graceful they are. 

4 Giraffe. I would love to be tall like that…lol 

3 Lion. Nothing else needs to be said. 

2 Elephant. These are one of my favorite animals on the planet. They are gentle giants full of love. 

1 Wolves…nothing else needs to be said about the wolf here. If you are curious, check out I Am Wolf, the first book in the Children of Nox. 

That is my top ten list in honor of the Wonder Twins and all the other shifters in the world. Thank you for reading this and I look forward to reading what your favorite animal would be to shift into.

About After Dark:  

The time of three arrives….

The stained one is revealed.

The dream protector’s power grows.

A demon possesses the body of Jonah.

All the pieces are in place, guided by Trinity.

Gods, goddesses, and supernatural forces converge, and a clash of powers looms that will determine the fate of the world.

What will come after the dark?

The thrilling conclusion of the Children of Nox Series awaits you!

Meet the Author:

Joann H. Buchanan was raised in a Military family and at the age of 19, followed in her father’s footsteps and joined the Navy. She went to college at OPSU in Oklahoma, majoring in CIS, but the love of writing made her ultimately come back to it.

After Dark is Joann’s fifth book. Joann and her husband John have five children and live happily in the heartland of middle America.

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Tour Schedule and Activities:

11/13 Sahara Foley Interview

11/14 Jazzy Book Reviews Author Interview

11/14 The Book Junkie Reads Guest Post

11/15 Sapphyria's Books Top Ten's List

11/16 I Smell Sheep Guest Post

11/17 Sheila's Guests and Reviews Guest Post

11/18 The Literary Underworld Guest Post

11/19 Speculative Fiction Spot Guest Post

11/20 The Seventh Star Blog Guest Post

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