Monday, October 25, 2021

BLOG TOUR: The Dream Keepers by Ali Lucia Sky


Welcome to the Official Blog Tour for Ali Lucia Sky's The Dream Keepers, the first title in The Powers That Be series! Today, on our tour stop, we are kicking off this tour with a guest post to share featuring the topic: Favorite Characters to Write in the Series. So... Be sure to check it out and download your copy now! Follow the tour, HERE.

New Adult
Paranormal Romance
The Powers That Be, #1
Publish Date:
October 11, 2021

This World is just one of thousands of Worlds the Makers have created. The Universe and Makers are playing with those who live on it.

No one who had met Michaela Beauchamp could come away from it unscathed. She was a shrew–argumentative, crass, and the focus of all my wet dreams. I loved to hate her. We were at war and I was determined to win. I didn’t want her to just go away, I wanted to watch her fine ass as she went in that direction.

Whoever thought Gabriel Langdon was more than a pretty face never met the douchecanoe.
He had very few redeeming qualities. He was dumb, frustrating, and constantly featuring in all my sexiest dreams. I wasn’t difficult to please. I was reasonable. All I asked was that the Universe bless me with the absence of this jackhole!

What is one to do when you summon a hitchhiker and they take up residence inside your head? No fifteen-year-old girl has a good answer. With my brother and neighbor circling one another in a strange mating dance, I barely know how to ask for help.

I mean really, all I did was a little spell to Invoke Helpful Spirits and Positive Energy Beings.

The Dream Keepers is a mature Young Adult/New Adult book and for readers over the age of 18 due to sexual content and profanity. This is part one of a trilogy and ends on a CLIFFHANGER.

This book is rated M for Mischief.

October 2021 – The Dream Keepers
February 2022 – Wishcraft
October 2022 – TBA


*Favorite Characters to Write in the Series*

My book The Dream Keepers has a wide range of characters. It’s fun to write about varied ages, personalities, and proclivities. I find that the characters that are easiest to write and flow most naturally, are the ones that ‘talk’ to me even when I am away from writing. I have a lot of voices in my head all the time. I sometimes have to bite my tongue from allowing a character to answer questions for me in the real world. I think it’s common for authors to have that, or perhaps I need to increase my meds… I’m not sure, but I’d like to stick with it being normal though.

One of my favorite types of characters to write about are maternal figures. My mom was a little off-center and she gave me a lot of inspiration, just as my grandmother did. They are both gone now, but they tend to live on in the characters I write. My grandmother had a particular sense of humor and I let it come through a lot in Dora’s character in The Dream Keepers. One time when I was a small girl, I was angry with my mom and ran to my grandma to tell her I was revolting. She laughed at me and said she agreed that I was an offensive little brat. That quick wit is something I try to bring to my characters.

As for specific characters in the series that I enjoyed writing: Michaela and Gwen were some of the best developed characters in my book with the least effort. They knew who they were and came across that way from the start. Michaela is foul mouthed, prickly and loyal to a fault. I debated with my editor because Michaela speaks a certain way, drops her prepositions and has her own language sometimes. She’s a ton of fun to write. 

Gwen is her childhood bestie who is really a terrible friend. There is real love there, but Gwen has a strong personality. You will either love her or hate her, but you won’t have mixed feelings about her.

In the second book that I’m writing right now, the character I love most to write is Whisper. He comes into his own and he’s got a dry wit that is laced with sarcasm and hard-boiled truths.

I hope you take the time to read The Dream Keepers. It was a labor of love and I want to show it off to everyone.


**About the Author**
Ali Lucia Sky is the author of The Powers That Be series. She lives in Southern California with her husband and a house full of kitty cats and a yard full of crows. When she isn’t writing, drinking coffee, or dreaming of new stories, she can be found planning her next vacation because traveling is LIFE. 

The first book in The Powers That Be series, The Dream Keepers, was released October 11, 2021.

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  1. Thanks for being on the tour! :)

  2. Thank you for participating in our tour! We appreciate it! <3

    1. Absolutely! It was a pleasure to help and share! :)

  3. Thanks for being part of the tour. I appreciate the post.

    1. Absolutely! It was a pleasure to help and share! :)

  4. OH this sounds so good! Ali Lucia Sky is a new author for me!