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Misadventures in Stock Photography: Part the 45th (The Return of Wind-in-Hair Guy)

Congrats to Jenre, who won her choice from LA Witt’s backlist!

Congrats to cturtlechick, who won Why Jay Ran Away (Contact, Book 3) by Jade Archer! Why Jay Ran Away is being released by Total-E-Bound today.

Welcome to another edition of the Misadventures in Stock Photography! I’m sure we all remember Wind-in-Hair Guy, right? If not, feel free to catch up on his previous misadventure. We’ll wait. 🙂 All caught up? Onward! (Some of these titles are oddly complex, but if you hover your mouse pointer over the covers, you should be able to tell which bit of the titles I used.)

Because of

when she heard the


of exceptional power), she became the

on the

. Unfortunately, due to the

,WiHG couldn’t just abandon her in the

and leave her to become

. Instead, he called a

and asked, “Please, can you

? Miranda’s possessed, and I’m afraid that if I fall asleep, she’ll

!” The demon hunter, from

, Inc., arrived in a flash and allowed Miranda to find

at last. *ahem*

“I can’t help but notice there’s another naughty boy today, Mom. Haven’t we talked about this before? I am so disappointed in you.” – Mayhem

Misadventures in Stock Photography: Part the 25th (Wind-in-Hair Guy)

Congrats to Ava March, who won the copy of Lights and Sirens by Stephani Hecht, which was released today!

Many thanks to author Clare London, who found at least a third of these covers! (If you keep an eye on the authors on these covers, you’ll figure out why she was so interested…)

Meet Wind-in-Hair Guy (WiHG), who was a victim of

, which left him with a bad case of

. Hearing rumors of a cure, Wind-in-Hair Guy tried

to see if her fabled

could save him. Instead, it consumed him with

, so he fled to the

, where he was forced to participate in numerous


in an attempt to quell his

. Then

, believing that

, there’s fire, tracked down Wind-in-Hair Guy and

him to make him


*blink blink* Yeah, I’m always surprised where these little stories end up, too.

“Yes, Mom, I see the black kitty. And I see the brown kitty. Why aren’t the kitties the focal point here?!? Hmph. Everyone like kitties better than they like naughty boys.” -Mayhem