Shannon Dittemore
  • Angel Eyes
  • December5th

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    Just popping in quickly to tell you all that Dark Halo is on sale! For a limited time, you can grab the e-book on all major platforms for just $2.99.


    Angel Eyes and Broken Wings also have special pricing right now, so if you’ve been waiting for a good deal, this is about as good as it gets.

    Annnnnd. Since we’re all together here . . .

    Did you know there are two things you can do to ensure your favorite authors keep writing? Pass the word about books you love and leave positive reviews on sites like Amazon and Goodreads.

    You can’t imagine how much these two simple actions do for an author and her stories. So THANK YOU! Thank you, thank you.

    Happy reading, friends!





  • September23rd

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    It’s fall, you guys! My favorite of the four seasons.

    Pumpkin-spiced everything and hay rides and damp chilly mornings. Sweaters and boots and skinny jeans that aren’t quite warm enough. Fingerless gloves with a snag in the seam–a snag that always reminds you of that trip to the apple farm and your clumsy attempt to climb the squat little apple tree.

    Ahhh! Fall! My absolute favorite.

    It’s still too warm here in Northern California to feel properly like fall, but I thought I’d speed things along with a fun little giveaway.


    My favorite social media platform of late has been Instagram, so you’ll have to hop over there to participate. But, PLEASE DO! All you need is an Instagram account and the entry is as easy as pie.

    And spread the word, will you? I had some fantastic Angel Eyes mugs made specifically for the occasion and a gorgeous necklace with book cover charms. And of course, I’m giving away books! Because fall just would not be fall without the books.

    So, let’s play! Find me on Instagram and #FallForAngelEyes!



  • September2nd

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    September is starting out with lots of fun little tidbits.

    Here’s one I can share.

    Angel Eyes for 1.99

     If you’ve read and enjoyed Angel Eyes, I’d love a share!

    Thanks so much, you guys!

  • May22nd

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    Angel-Eyes-eBook-Sale-GraphicHey all! It has been FOREVER since I blogged here. My apologies but I’ve been working on something big and bright and all sorts of exciting. I’m hoping to share it with you soon. Fingers crossed, everyone!

    While I haven’t been blogging here much, I’ve been doing all sorts of gabbing on the Go Teen Writers website. The fabulous Stephanie Morrill and Jill Williamson are really the mad scientists over there, but they let me chime in on Fridays with tips and tricks and all sorts of inspiration. You should swing by sometime and join the conversation. We’re a friendly bunch and are always on the lookout for writerly souls to chat with.

    Today, I thought I’d pass along something fun. Angel Eyes is on sale right now. $1.99 at just about every e-book retailer I can dig up (Kindle, Nook, iBooks, Kobo). The sale ends on 5/25, I believe, and I’d love a little help passing the word. If you’ve considered giving my books a try, I can’t think of a better time to start!

    As always, I’m active on social media, so feel free to drop in and say hello. My favorites are FB, Twitter and Instagram. And I dabble a bit on Pinterest. It’s a time suck, but goodness, it’s so pretty. 😉

    Alrighty! I’ll go now. Friday night means pizza at our place. And I NEVER miss out on pizza.

    Talk soon, friends.

  • June21st


    Clive Staples AwardHave you heard about the Clive Staples Award? One of my favorite blogs gives it away and they’re asking for a little help spreading the word. So, that’s what I’m doing today. Spreading the word.

    I think the easiest way for me to do that is to share part of the email they sent to me:

    The Clive Staples Award for Christian Speculative Fiction has been revived, with Speculative Faith hosting it . . . We need readers to know about the award and their opportunity to vote, but we also need to communicate the need to honor good writing, not just popular authors. To achieve this, we’ve put a minimal requirement on voters: they must have read at least two of the nominations. I’ve (Becky) also written several posts at Speculative Faith (see links below) explaining the standards we want readers to use when voting.

    My request is that you would help your readers know about CSA and our goals, their opportunity to vote, and the requirements to do so. Without voters, a readers’ choice award is not possible. But to appeal to you to bring in readers, risks the possibility of the award devolving to a popularity contest. In reality, whether this award works depends on how widely we can spread the word and how determined the readers are to vote for quality stories. Whatever you can do to help achieve this would be greatly appreciated!

    Below is a list of the books that have been nominated and the links to the Spec Faith articles about the award.

    Congratulations on your book(s) being included! And thank you for any help you can give in notifying readers about the award.

    Words in the Wind by Yvonne Anderson (Risen Books)

    Daughter of Light by Morgan L. Busse (Marcher Lord Press)

    Devil’s Hit List: Book Three of the UNDERGROUND by Frank Creed (Splashdown Books)

    Liberator (Dragons of Starlight series) by Bryan Davis (Zondervan)

    A Throne of Bones by Vox Day (Hinterlands / Marcher Lord Press)

    Mortal (The Books of Mortals) by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee (FaithWords)

    Angel Eyes by Shannon Dittemore (Thomas Nelson)

    The Telling by Mike Duran (Realms Fiction)

    Risk by Brock Eastman (P&R Publishing/Focus on the Family)

    Live and Let Fly by Karina Fabian (Muse It Up Publishing)

    I Am Ocilla by Diane Graham (Splashdown)

    Seeking Unseen by Kat Heckenbach (Splashdown Books)

    Remnant in the Stars by Cindy Koepp (Under The Moon)

    The Unraveling of Wentwater (The Gates of Heaven Series) by C.S. Lakin (Living Ink Books)

    Prophet by R. J. Larson (Bethany House)

    Judge by R. J. Larson (Bethany House)

    Spirit Fighter by Jerel Law (Thomas Nelson)

    Fire Prophet by Jerel Law (Thomas Nelson)

    The Spirit Well by Stephen Lawhead (Thomas Nelson)

    The Wrong Enemy by Jane Lebak (MuseItUp Publishing)

    Alienation (A C.H.A.O.S. novel) by Jon S. Lewis (Thomas Nelson)

    Curse Bearer by Rebecca P Minor (Written World Communications)

    Rift Jump by Greg Mitchell (Splashdown Darkwater)

    Bid the Gods Arise by Robert Mullin (Crimson Moon Press)

    Prophetess (Winter Book 2) Keven Newsome (Splashdown Darkwater)

    Failstate by John W. Otte (Marcher Lord Press)

    Soul’s Gate by James Rubart (Thomas Nelson)

    Starflower by Anne Elizabeth Stengl (Bethany House)

    Moonblood by Anne Elisabeth Stengl (Bethany House)

    Star Of Justice by Robynn Tolbert (Splashdown Books)

    Daystar by Kathy Tyers (Marcher Lord Press)

    The New Recruit by Jill Williamson (Marcher Lord Press)

    Replication: The Jason Experiment by Jill Williamson (Zonderkidz)

    Obviously, Angel Eyes has been nominated (THANK YOU!) or Spec Faith wouldn’t have asked me to spread the word. But at this point, they’re wanting to make sure you know who the nominees are so you can be sure to read at least two of the selections before voting begins. I’ve read a handful of these, you guys, and they’re fabulous. This is, at the very least, a great go-to list for your Christian Speculative Fiction needs. Read a few and then be sure to vote for your favorite. Keep an eye on my Facebook page and I’ll let you know when the voting begins.

    Happy summer, friends!

  • October15th

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    Hey friends! I’ve got a book signing coming up and I wanted to invite you! If you’re in Northern California, come see us.

    Yes, us!

    The ever inspiring Jenny Lundquist and I will be linking arms with the cutest bookstore ever: Face in a Book.

    We’ll be chatting a bit about books and publishing. We’ll be taking questions of course, and I’ve got an inkling there will be candy.

    This will be a great event for the whole family and I promise, once you see this adorable bookstore, you’ll thank us for introducing you. And now for the details:

    Saturday, November 3

    1pm – 3pm

    Face In A Book

    4359 Town Center Blvd, Suite 113, El Dorado Hills, CA

    Books will be available for purchase.

    Click for more details & to RSVP

    You can read more about my debut novel, Angel Eyes, here.

    And for more info about Jenny and Seeing Cinderella, be sure to visit her site.

  • August20th


    Happy Monday, friends! I just finished going through the typeset pages for Broken Wings, the sequel to Angel Eyes. It won’t be out until February, but I feel like celebrating a little bit. Let’s do a giveaway! How about a copy of Angel Eyes, a couple bookmarks, and this gorgeous Angel Eyes poster? I’ll sign everything and choose a winner on Friday.

    Scroll down for the Rafflecopter! 

    a Rafflecopter giveaway

  • July26th

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    CHRISSY WOLFE come on down! You’ve won my snark-filled gift pack! Check your email, girl, and to everyone else, THANK YOU for welcoming my site back to the blogosphere. Don’t be strangers.

  • July17th


    You guys! After being attacked by malware, blacklisted, and declared dead, my website LIVES! We had to move the poor gal to another server, so my apologies for the long delay.

    To celebrate (and to entice you back), I thought I’d do a giveaway. One lucky winner will receive SIX books. Angel Eyes will be included, of course, and since I have lots of snarky words for the virus that kept attacking my site, the other books will feature deliciously snarky voices I’ve loved this past year.

    The snark-filled gift pack will include trade paperback copies of:

    a Rafflecopter giveaway

  • June27th

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    Yesterday marked the end of the second Angel Eyes blog tour. The first was hosted by YA Bound and the second, by LitFuse.

    Both experiences were fabulous ones and I can’t thank the bloggers and the coordinators enough for being so awesome.

    It takes time and energy to read and review books. It takes guts to share your thoughts with the world, and I appreciate that bravery more than I can say.

    If you weren’t able to stop by my author chat last night, fear not! You can catch up here. There’s also a fun sneak peek of Broken Wings, including the cover and an unofficial summary. Be warned! If you haven’t read Angel Eyes, the synopsis for Broken Wings will definitely spoil some things for you.

    AND, if you’re dying to know who won that NOOK Color, be sure to check this page. All the lucky winners are listed.

    Again, I can’t thank you all enough for being part of the Angel Eyes launch. It’s been a crazy whirlwind of an adventure and I’m so glad you jumped on for the ride.

    God bless, friends!