Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Stop the presses! It's a #blog tour.

Blog Tour!
Blog Tour Alert!

It's that time again. Last summer I participated in the Tasha Turner Blog Tour. It was the first time I had ever participated in a blog tour. You can visit my guest postings on the tab that is labelled the TTVBT. This summer I am once again participating in a blog tour - The Mountain Springs House Blog Tour. You can learn more about the publishing house, Mountain Springs House by visiting this website. The can also be found on Facebook at and

The Mountain Springs House Blog Tour will last from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Each week I will be given a topic to discuss either on my blog or on some one's blog plus my own. I can't wait to get started. I love blog tours. They are a great way to meet new people and talk about interesting things. I expect I will make alot of new friends during the MSH tour and learn new things. 

This week I was asked to write an introduction about the blog tour, post my author bio, pic and talk about my books. I already posted above about the blog tour.  Well here goes the rest. 

Who Am I?

Bestselling author, screenwriter, blogger, and owner of Mountain Springs Publishing House, Allison Bruning has had a passion for writing since childhood. Born and raised in Marion, Ohio, currently she lives in Louisville, Kentucky with her husband, Delfin, and their Australian Cattle Dog, Lakota Sioux.  Her father, Roland Irving Bruning was the son of a German family who immigrated to the United States at the turn of the twentieth century.  Her mother’s family immigrated from Scotland, Ireland, and England during the seventeenth century.  Allison is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, tracing her lineage to the American Patriot, Private Rueben Messenger of Connecticut.

Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in theatre arts with a minor in anthropology, and a Texas Elementary Teaching certificate, both acquired at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas. While at Sul Ross State, she received National Honor Society membership in both programs of study, as well as admission to the All American Scholars register. She holds graduate hours in cultural anthropology and in education.  Allison will graduate with a MFA in Creative Writing from Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida, on June 28, 2013.

She is the recipient of the Girl Scouts Silver and Gold Awards.

In addition to family stories, history, especially Ohio Valley history, genealogy, and cultural anthropology, Allison enjoys traveling, camping, hiking, backpacking, and spending time with her family.

I can be found at the following
Twitter: @emeraldkell
Facebook Fan Page: 
Amazon Author Page:

My Books

I am currently writing a high fantasy erotic series called Draconian Corazon. The first book, Passions Awakenings, will be released by Mountain Springs House in June. 

In the harsh northwestern frontier of Ohio and Kentucky, a prophecy has been told. A man whose heart appears pure shall deceive her. The power he holds over her will lead her to evil. She shall denounce the ways of Our Grandmother. Another man comes, whose pure heart beats for her alone, and who has a pure spirit devoted to the goddess, Our Grandmother. He shall defeat the evil and set her free. Calico Marie Turner, a white woman raised by the Shawnee and destined to become a great medicine woman, must trust the one man who hates her the most. How can she trust Chief Little Owl Quick as the Wind to save her from his best friend and village shaman, Hunting Bear?


The waters of time never lie. Wisdom drifts down through the ages for all who dare to listen. History teaches us through honesty. Are you bold enough to hear the truth? Reflections: Poems and Essays wraps you in the untold stories of the past. Sit next to the waters of time and listen to the wisdom of the past. What if John Wilkes Booth hadn't been killed at Garret's barn? Who are the Shawnee? Why did the Cherokee accuse Sequoyah of witchcraft? These stories and more await you within this inspiring book.


Next week Ellie Mack will be my guest as I will be posting on Veronica Cronin's blog. Be sure to come back next week. See you then.

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