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Author @timberphilips Talks About The Inspiration Behind The Book | Love Springs Eternal Book Tour and $25 Amazon GC #Giveaway | #ParanormalRomance

Love Springs Eternal ( The Witches of Loving Book 1)  by Timber Philips  is on virtual book tour. The paranormal romance st...




Love Springs Eternal (The Witches of Loving Book 1) by Timber Philips is on virtual book tour.

The paranormal romance stops at Readeropolis with an author guest post.

Be sure to enter for a chance to win the giveaway for a $25 Amazon GC and follow the Silver Dagger book tour (for other dates see the link at the bottom of the post).



What inspired you to write this book?

It was legitimately a dream I had when waking up one morning, actually. I was laying there and I dreamt I was Miri and the dream lasted all the way up to the point the (at the time) unnamed hero said it was two o’clock in the morning. (You’ll have to read the book if you want to know what that means! I’m not giving anything away!) 

In the dream, the hero wasn’t really all that cohesive looks-wise. I mean Miri was strong, and clear as day to me with her red hair and fair skin, and her light blue eyes. However, the hero wasn’t as striking as Ka’ron – who I put on the cover. I knew I wanted to use Hayley Stavenger almost right away as the female lead for the cover and I sort of pictured the hero as a white guy in the beginning but I was stuck and I didn’t know why. My husband, who is black, asked me “Why not make this guy black? You’ve never really done that before.” and it was one of those perfect shining moments of creative magic that goes on inside your brain. I pictured the hero as such and literally everything about the rest of the story snapped into place. Like everything. I pictured Ka’ron as Kavion immediately, the name came to me (which isn’t a stretch, I know) and the character’s entire back story but I was scared. I’d never written a hero of color before and with everything going on regarding race relations lately, it was more than a bit daunting. Ka’ron was gracious enough to sit with me for long hours talking candidly about life. My husband helped quite a bit, too. I think between the three of us we did the character of Kavion some justice and I did put this book through several sensitivity betas who assured me they loved every minute of it, but as you can probably tell, I am really nervous about how it will be received by the rest of the world. I don’t want to hurt or offend anyone but I do want more stories like this one to be told. 

Love Springs Eternal
The Witches of Loving Book 1
by Timber Philips
Genre: Paranormal Romance


A light magic in the darkness of the world...

In the little town of Loving, everyone can find their prince or princess once a year. At least, for a little while. Miriam Eilish is the proprietress of the Eilish House bed and breakfast just inside the town’s limits. She’s had it with love, locking herself away for this year’s magic matchmaking festival with no interest in participating in it ever again.

Enter Kavion Martin at the last possible minute. He’s in town on his own mission that has nothing to do with the festival and everything to do with finding his missing brother.

The match has been made, the magic set, plunging Miri and Kavion head over heels in love with each other and into dangers untold and hardships unnumbered.

Releases on August 22nd - available for Pre-Order Now! 





Timber Philips hails from a land filled with beauty and steeped in magic; the Pacific Northwest. She swears you can see fairies and goblins, magic and promise around every tree and in every drop of water and she shares that magic whenever she can. She loves welcoming everyone to her worlds of romance rooted in fable and fantasy.





Follow the tour HERE for exclusive excerpts, guest posts and a giveaway!






9 comments

  1. I like the cover. It is very nice.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  2. The cover looks like a very good read
    Cathy Truman

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  3. I find the cover really beautiful and I love the diversity! Fantasy has always been a favorite of mine so I know I would enjoy this read!

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  4. The cover looks very romantic.

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  5. Sounds like a book I'll enjoy reading!

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