For Bloggers

Hey there, bloggers. Thank you so much for your interest in my books. Bloggers are truly a blessing in the publishing world, and I appreciate the work you all do so much!

I wanted to put together a page just for bloggers, to make it easier for you to find the information you need, to do what you do.  On this page you will find my bio, some faqs, and even photos. You are welcome to use any of this information in your blog posts about St Blair: Children of the Night, St Blair: Sybille’s Reign, Marquel or Marquel’s Dilemma.  If there is something you are looking for but not finding on this page, please CONTACT ME. I am eager to help you spread the word about my books.

PS: if you do decide to spread the word about any of my books, please send me the link so I can mention it here on the blog! (blog posts, Facebook, tweets, pinterest, whatever)

Important Links

The Basics (Important Links):

Download the official Media Kit. It contains the press release, my bio, headshots, book cover thumbnail.

• Link to online bio

• Twitter

• Facebook Page

My Books

Book Synopsis (St Blair: Children of the Night):

Sybille Malone lives in an overpopulated Manhattan, Region One, of Global Good 2202. Their society is the fulfillment of utopian ideals developed by the surviving masses of 2100. Seventeen-year-old Sybille is a resident of Dayshift and longs for a Nightshift boy known only as Mark.

Distraught by Global Good’s restrictive culture, Sybille is desperate until she finds a relic of a past civilization. The discovery of Blair’s diary sets off a chain of supernatural events that not only affects Sybille’s close relationships, but has Global Good scrambling to find the culprit.

The St. Blair series is author Emily Skinner‘s first YA series.

Also Available From These Retailers

Amazon | B&N | BAM | CS | iBooksKindle | KoboNook

Book Synopsis (St. Blair: Sybille’s Reign):

Twenty-four hours earlier the world was a pristine, productive, demon-free society and Sybille Malone an unknown Region One Fabric Counsel designer.

Global Good’s curator and guardian of banished relics warehoused in the Arctic Region, Eston Cote, needs to act fast. As Global Good’s North Quad leader, he must prepare his colleagues in the other three Quadrants of the world for something they have never known… warfare.

Celestial warfare. A fight for souls.

Eston has discovered Sybille’s connection to a chain of supernatural events that not only caused planetary earthquakes, but unleashed the Holy Warrior St. Michael the Archangel and his enemies. Michael’s sole mission is to defend Sybille’s calling, slaying the hounds of hell who threaten to possess the citizens of her world.

Divinely foreseen and journaled by 21st century teenager St. Blair, Sybille’s only hope of reining in the evil she unleashed on September 14, 2202, is to follow the directives of Blair and the saints before the demonic possessions outnumber the innocents.

The St. Blair series is author Emily Skinner‘s first YA series.

Available From These Retailers

Amazon | B&N | BAM | CS | iBooksKindle | Kobo | Nook

Sample Blog Post

I’m so excited to tell you about E.W. Skinner’s books I’m so excited to tell you about Emily Skinner’s books  St Blair: Children of the NightSt Blair: Sybille’s Reign! The St Blair series is like this big dystopian puzzle that you have to unscramble and figure out – WITH ANGELS!

E.W.’s books are all independently published, but that isn’t a bad thing!  It just shows how much she believes in her work. E.W. chose to invest her own money into her writing in order to have complete control over the publication and distribution of her books. Each of her books has undergone multiple edit sessions, with professional editors. You may have even seen her promoting her books at one of the big “Cons” or other book signings! (If not, don’t worry. More signings coming up in 2016!)

To learn more about these books or E.W. Skinner, visit www.ewskinner.com  You can purchase your copy of all of E.W.’s books on on Amazon or B&N.  You can follow  E.W. Skinner on Twitter or on the St. Blair Facebook Page.

Sample Tweets

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You have express written permission to use these photos in your blog posts or press. Please provide a link back to this site www.ewskinner.com with use.

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