The Claiming Words Blog Tour: My top ten books I'd like to see as a movie by Tricia Drammeh & #Giveaway

Today The Claiming Words Blog Tour stops by! Check out author Tricia Drammeh's top 10 books she would like to see as a movie and your chance to win a copy of The Claiming Words!

Top Ten Books Id Like to See as Movies:

1. Murder and Mayhem in Goose Pimple Junction by Amy Metz
2. Any of the Sam Jenkins novels by Wayne Zurl
3. Cheyenne by Lisa Wiedmeier
4. Chrysalis by Michel Prince
5. Room by Emma Donoghue
6. One Last Lie by Rob Kaufman
7. White Mountain by Sophie Tallis
8. Reflections by J Dorothy
9. The Other Side of the Story by Marian Keye
10. Vein Fire by Lucia Adams
What book would you like to see made into a movie?

The Claiming Words by Tricia Drammeh 

The Alexanders have always kept their secrets hidden

When sixteen-year-old Jace Alexander moves to the small town of Oaktree, Georgia, he attracts the attention of every girl in school. Shy, introverted Alisa Cole immediately casts Jace in the leading role of her latest fantasy, but she assumes he
ll never return her interest. After she saves Jace from a Hunter, everything changes. Her accidental discovery of Jaces secret propels her into a world of magic and danger. Alisas newfound courage is put to the test when Jace introduces her to his intimidating older brother, Bryce, and she decides she would rather battle a Hunter than endure another moment under Bryces intense scrutiny.

Jace and Bryce arent the only ones with secrets…

Rachel Stevens is the girl who has it all. Shes beautiful, popular, and in possession of an ancient power which endangers not only her, but those sent to protect her. Jace is drawn to Racheland he isnt the only one. The Demon ReVel will do anything to claim hereven if it means waging a war with the entire Alexander family. As layers of secrets are peeled away, revealing the truth of her heritage and her familys betrayal, Rachel struggles to resist an immortal suitor who stalks her in her dreams. With the Alexanders fighting to protect her, can Rachel escape the power of the Demon and his Claiming Words?

Author Bio:

Tricia Drammeh is a wife and a mother of four children. Although she currently lives in Missouri, she has called many places home, including Georgia, Ohio, and California. Shes worked in retail, customer service, sales, and accounting, but writing has always been her dream career. When she isnt writing, she enjoys reading, drinking vast amounts of coffee, and spending time with her family and the multitude of animals who have taken over her home. Tricia is currently working on her sixth novel.


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  1. Love your list, Tricia! Thank you for including my book! But you forgot one: The Claiming Words!

  2. That's quite a list to be read, Tricia. Thanks very much for adding old Sam Jenkins to your favorites.

  3. Great list of books for movies. I'd like to see that too. And of course your series would be perfect for the movies.

  4. That's quite a list to be read, Tricia. Thanks very much for adding old Sam Jenkins to your favorites.

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  6. Cool blog. Lots of good books on this site

  7. All of these books would be GREAT movies! About time there was a change in the movie business and they started producing new and original stories instead of the same old pap and tired remakes!

  8. I agree with you on a lot of these books. Great blog post.

  9. A good list! Hmmmmm.... I can't think of any others off the top of my head except the Silmarillion, but alas the movie rights will never be sold :(

  10. I like this blog and that list is impressive. Going to have to check them out.