6 Shareable Quote Images from Paranormal Shifter Books

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I had some fun with graphics last weekend, and thought I’d share them around! It feels like the ultimate love for an author, highlighting their quotes and sharing them with friends. ❤
I’ll type them out below for anyone with visual impairments who wants to read what I picked:
“Act like a doormat, and people will step on you. Act as if you have a right to strut, and people will get out of your way.” – Eve Langlais, When a Beta Roars
“Yeah, life will be so very hard and depressing without you . . . it will be almost the same as having you around.” – Suzanne Wright, Spiral of Need
“Maybe that was the point of life. Not to get the things you wanted that you thought would make you happy. But to find the things you truly needed, those most wonderful people that you just couldn’t live without.” – Sherrilyn Kenyon, Dragonmark
“Never expect anything less than devotion from someone who has claim on your heart.” – Dannika Dark, Seven Years
“Your sense of humor is not for everyone, but I have to say it’s growing on me. Like an out-of-control fungus.” -Shelley Laurenston, Beast Behaving Badly
“Ask for the impossible, then settle instead for what you really wanted in the first place.” -Rachel Vincent, Stray

Recent Reads

Liza's Recent Reads July 2018

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur – Poetry

The Royal We by Heather Cox and Jessica Morgan – Contemporary Romance

Hot as Puck by Lili Valente – Contemporary Sports Romance

Growing Gills by Jessica Abel – Writing Craft

Secret Promises by Jane Anthony – Contemporary Sports Romance

Back from Vacation

In case you didn’t know, I recently spent some time in Iceland, driving around and taking approximately eight zillion pictures of waterfalls, icebergs, and sheep.

A few days before I left, I started an Instagram account so I could more easily share because I don’t do Facebook on my phone–that’s dangerous for me. One second I’m “checking one thing” and the next, it’s three hours past my bedtime and I’ve screenshotted about seventy writing-related memes.

Anyway, click here to find me on Instagram. My handle is @lizastreetbooks.

Here are some of the photos I took while on vacation! I also read a lot and did some brainstorming for my next series!

Excerpt from Dragon Shattered, a Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance

Dragon Shattered will be out on March 21st–that’s less than a month! I just cannot wait and have to share an extra little excerpt with you now!

This is from Taylor’s point of view, when he first meets one of the other guys he’ll be working with (uh, and sharing Ariana with…but that part comes later…).

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The elevator stopped on forty-six and I waited while the doors opened. They parted to reveal a giant dude heaving a couch. He looked like a poster boy for protein shakes and workout equipment. The first thing that hit me, before the leg of the couch, was his scent. Clouds and fire—he, too, was a dragon shifter.

“Hey, that couch isn’t going to fit in here,” I said.

“The hell it won’t,” he grunted.

“It’s probably too heavy for the elevator.”

He ignored me and inched the couch toward the door, holding the sliding doors back with one hand. The upholstery was harsh on the eyes. If I had to name the shade, I’d call it garbage green. And the stale scent of the thing told me the cushions were full of dust.

“You know what, I think I’ll get out here,” I said, but it was too late.

With a last grunt, he shoved the couch the rest of the way in, trapping me in place.

“Sorry,” he said, but he didn’t sound that apologetic. And then he stepped in after it.

Now we were really jammed in together.

The giant man sent me a sly grin. “Do you like men?”

“What? No,” I said. “I’m into women, sorry. Straight as an arrow.”

“Me, too,” he said, “but this would make a good meet cute on one of my mama’s old romance flicks.”

I couldn’t help my laugh. “Do you work here?”

“Not yet, but I hope to,” he said. “I’m interviewing for the partner position.”

I shook his hand. “Taylor Stonehall. I’m interviewing for the same one.”

He gave me a look before taking my hand in a shake. “Slade Rouland. Why don’t I hate you on sight?”

“No idea,” I said. Inside I was thinking that maybe, subconsciously, he could tell that I didn’t really want his job. But that couldn’t be it. How could he figure that one out from thirty seconds of conversation? “If you don’t work here—yet,” I said, “how come you’re dragging around a couch?”

“Maintenance guy told me I could snag it for our living room.”

“Reasonable enough,” I said.

The elevator dinged for the forty-eighth floor, and the doors opened. Slade stepped out and tugged on the couch. I pushed it from my end, then had to dive back for my duffel before the doors closed again. I shoved the duffel out in front of me, and Hafiz’s book of poetry tumbled out of the unzipped pocket.

“Hafiz?” Rouland asked.

“Yeah.”

“Isn’t that love poetry or some shit?”

“Yeah.” I stood up straight, waiting for the inevitable conclusions people drew.

He frowned. “What are you, Romeo?”

“Hardly.” I thought of the beautiful Mrs. Ariana West and how I had failed to charm her.

But maybe I’d work on that. I didn’t want the job, but I definitely wanted the woman.


We’ve got more Dragon Shattered to share with you as we lead up to the big release!

Cover Reveal and Love List

Keira’s blog–“All the Dragons–Cover Reveal

Keira’s blog–“Just One Little Taste–Excerpt from Dragon Shattered

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