October 20, 2013

Top Ten with Author Jaymin Eve

hi everyone! Today our Top Ten is with author Jaymin Eve. She has her top ten movies to watch around Halloween and info on her newest released book.

A young adult paranormal romance series. 
An epic journey. 
If the Seventine are released, will anyone survive? 

Book two in the Walker Saga follows Abigail and her friends as they tame the world of Spurn. 

‘Go to Spurn,’ she was told. 

Oh, and by the way the planet is ninety-five percent water and the inhabitants are hybrid fish. Of course, no one seems to care that Abigail can’t swim. 

Surprisingly, jetting off to a water planet is not the weirdest thing to happen this week. But she’s on a deadline to the find the first half-Walker girl, as the very essences of the seven worlds are starting to unravel. And with each Seventine release the chaos richochets further. 

Of course, with her Walker energy causing havoc and the savage Spurns ... well, it’s safe to say nothing so far has gone to plan. 

And on top of that a bombshell she did not see coming. 

Secrets are revealed and loyalties challenged but with her best friend and soul mate by her side, can she really lose out?

Spurn - A Walker Saga Book Two

Top Ten movies to watch at Halloween
The exorcist
Blair witch project
 Texas Chain Saw Massacre
 13 Ghosts
 Nightmare on Elm Street
 Alien vs Predator

Scary Books: (I went through my entire library and I don't think I
read much that I find scary).
- Just Stephen King books (It, The shining, Pet Cemetery)

Author bio
Jaymin Eve is 28 year old with a passion for reading, writing and arithmetic ... okay maybe not the last one but definitely the first two.

Living on the beautiful Gold Coast, in Australia, the family loves spending lots of time on the beach. And travelling as frequently as possible.

When Jaymin isn't trying to wrangle two daughters, a puppy and her husband, you will find her hiding in a corner trying desperately to write her stories (without little fingers pressing random keys). She asks forgiveness if you notice the occasional sskkkkssjs appearing in her book, her children are proud of their contribution.

She'd love it if you contacted her, giving feedback or just to have a chat

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