Monday, September 20, 2010

Blog Tour: Where the Rain Is Made

Today I have the pleasure of being part of the blog tour for Where the Rain Is Made by Keta Diablo. Keep reading to learn more about winning an ebook from Keta!

Title: Where the Rain Is Made

Author: Keta Diablo

Author's website:

Publisher: Decadent Publishing

Genre: Historical Romance (Native American) Paranormal (Time travel/shifter)

Format: ebook available for purchase here

Here is what Where the Rain Is Made is about:

Ethan Gray is a modern man with a good job, but a lonely life. At 25 years of age, he has pledged his existence to helping the Cheyenne Nation (the People) and is considered a seasoned veteran by the Sacred Council. But Ethan isn’t an ordinary man. He is brother to the raven -- a shifter -- and a time-traveler. His missions involve traveling back in time as Meko, the leader of the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers, to save as many of the People he can. He is troubled with prophetic dreams and visions of the past that he has yet to experience. But there is one vision he cannot abandon - one of a beautiful dark-haired girl. Who is she? When will he meet her? As Meko makes yet another leap in time to help his ancestors fight the “blue coats” he thinks he takes captive a young white boy, until he realizes that his captive is the girl that haunts his dreams.
When Cesca, and her brother Marsh, is taken captive by the fierce Dog Soldiers, she thinks of nothing but escape. When she promises not to leave camp and marry Meko, she formulates a plan to help her brother escape his torment. But as her punishment is handed down and she faces possible death, Cesca realizes that she has strong feelings for her dark captor. What will Meko do to save the woman he has come to love?


Keta has generously donated an electronic copy of Where the Rain Is Made to one of my lucky followers. Here is what you need to do enter:

  • Be a follower of my blog, Hanging with Bells!
  • Leave a comment letting me know that you are interested for a chance to win the book
  • Include your email address with your comment so I can contact you to let you know you have won.
Giveaway will be open from now until Thursday September 23, 2010 12:00 PM. A winner will be chosen using and the winners name will be posted here on the blog. Winners information will be sent to Keta and she will send the ebook to you! Good luck!

A big thanks to Keta for hosting the giveaway on my blog! Make sure you check out Keta's site here to see what other books she has written and check her out on Twitter (@ketadiablo). Here is a list of the other blogs are part of the blog tour. Make sure you check them out for another chance to win a copy of Where the Rain Is Made.


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Thanks for stopping by!



  1. A Native American shapeshifter who time travels?!
    Sounds cool, so please enter me!


  2. Hi all, and especially the lovely Hanging With Bells! What a great job you did in encapsulating the story of Meko and Cesca.

    Thank you for hosting me on the blog tour. Your blog is fascinating and full of great information about books.

    I don't know what authors would do without the assistance of bloggers -- helping to get the word out about their books.

    Good luck everyone in the contest. Thanks for stopping by and thanks for following Hanging With Bells.

    Have a wonderful week, Best, Keta

  3. I'm interested so I'm entering.


  4. Hi, thanks for the giveaway!
    I really would like to win this book, so please enter me!

  5. I love this blog really nice. Love the interview! Can't wait to read the book!

  6. Hi Keta

    I am so enjoying your blog tour! I'm finding all kinds of blogs to follow. I love this one! I'll be in touch about my new book.

    Everyone, you want to read Where The Rain Is Made. Fabulous book by a truly great author.

    Luv ya,

  7. Hi Keta, another stop on my "stalking trip" :-) lol

    I love reading about Native Americans and seeing how you combined, history, romance and paranormal, I would LOVE to read Where the Rain is Made, it sounds fantastic!

    Please enter me, I follow both your blogs.

    Thank you!

    stella.exlibris (at) gmail (dot) com