Tag Team Event – The Lie by Ashley Fontainne Giveaway

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Welcome to our Tag Team Event and Giveaway

(Sherry at fundinmental) and Laura at fuonlyknew are proud to present Ashley Fontainne and The Lie.

We will share our reviews and giveaways, giving you two perspectives and two chances to win!


Some time ago I was lucky enough to win a bunch of Ashley Fontainne’s books and The Lie was one of them. I found out she is a master storyteller and have been grabbing her new books every chance I get, picking off the ones I won wherever I can fit them in.

I read this last year, but since then Ashley Fontainne had The Lie optioned for film and has just completed the movie, which is called Foreseen. If you would like to learn more about the movie, read on and I will share a photo and link after my review.

I have a passion for trees and walking through this story with Karmen, staying in the shadows, is a hike that gave me time to ruminate and wonder about the battle for good and evil that is just around the corner.


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The Lie by Ashley Fontainne



The Lie by Ashley Fontainne starts out with a brutal act that sets the battle for good and evil into motion. I love the premise for The Lie, a book within a book, a writer writing about a writer..Mystery and foreboding arise from the pages.

Jacob is a pastor who takes joy from the simple things in life. I loved his wife, Deborah, a friendly, warm, loving person, rejoicing in her faith. I wouldn’t move from Pelican Point, Florida, to Martin, Kentucky, a small coal mining town, but this is where Jacob felt the Lord sent him. But…there was not to be a happy ever after, though I do feel he is destined for something big.

Karmen Moncrille is a shy, introverted writer. She has a natural gothic look about her, but the real question is…where do her ideas come from? No one would believe it if she told them. Is she crazy or possessed? I felt her aversion to makeup and couldn’t help but laugh at Ashley Fontainne’s humorous writing about it. A laugh or two amongst the horror is a good thing. The description of her panic attack was so real…until she tipped it over the edge into a dangerous place.

The descriptive writing makes it easy to see the characters and events as if they are taking place before my very eyes…and they will be, when the movie, Foreseen, comes out.

Emily is her best friend and I liked her a lot. She is the total opposite of Karmen and when she snuck in Karmen’s window and talked her into a trip back home for her upcoming twenty third birthday, well, all I could think was…HERE WE GO!

The writing and pacing kept me on the edge of my seat. I can feel the approaching badness and I am just waiting for the event that will change everything for her. I am suspicious of everyone. I am a realist and find it easy to question things. I keep thinking she needs to be careful what she wishes for because she just might get it, but it won’t be quite how she anticipated it to be.

I hate to put the book down, but it’s late and I’m only halfway through and my eyes keep closing. To bed I go and I hope my dreams are not Karmen’s.

Paranormal, romance, religious, man’s frailties and doubts, demons. Is it really necessary to believe in a higher power? Redemption? Evil uses our basest depravities against us. I love the wonderful mix of genres, the blend of good and evil fighting over us and the world we live in. The big question – Who will rule?

I love, Love, LOVE this book and can hardly wait to see the movie…and, of course, to read more of her books!

She was supposed to write The Lie and change the world, but…

“The Lie had already been written.”

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Karmen Moncrille’s name has been known throughout the world since the age of sixteen when her first book shot to the top of the bestseller’s list. Now everything she writes is an instant hit, and her legions of devoted fans eagerly await her next release.

The mysterious Karmen always blamed debilitating panic attacks as the reason she avoided publicity and has become a recluse. Which is exactly what she wants the world to think. Only Karmen knows the truth behind her introverted nature. Terrified of being asked where her ideas come from, she fears being branded a raving lunatic.

Now just a week before her twenty-third birthday, Karmen’s world implodes. The madness that haunts her dreams spills over to her reality and she questions her sanity. Suddenly everything has changed and now the world will transform with her. Her last book will unleash the truth and alter mankind—forever.

Is Karmen’s ability to write a gift or a curse? She’s about to find out if her entire life is a lie. And why she was destined to write it.


“THE LIE by Ashley Fontainne is a thought-provoking novel that takes readers into the darkness, yet shares a deep, unforgettable story….the premise is excellent and definitely one that will attract readers looking for intrigue. I enjoyed the fact that the author writes from a Christian world view and is obviously familiar with and respectful of Christianity…All in all, a solid, original work. I think Ashley Fontainne is building an excellent career and will find many devoted fans.” – Judge, 22nd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards.

“Ashley nails the struggles of good vs. evil, religious, political and individual flaws and weaknesses/strengths. The use of Scripture is amazing and her suck-you-in style captivates the reader with her vivid characters and their motivations.” – Janelle Taylor, NY Times bestselling author of Necessary Evil

“Any…reader interested in intrigue, mystery, supernatural thrillers and a thread of spirituality linking all elements will find this an engrossing saga with unexpected turns and a very unpredictable conclusion.” – D. Donovan, eBook reviewer, MidWest Book Reviews

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ashley fontainne's movie Foreseen

ABOUT ASHLEY FONTAINNE (from her website)

Award-winning and International bestselling author Ashley Fontainne is an avid reader of mostly the classics. Ashley became a fan of the written word in her youth, starting with the Nancy Drew mystery series. Stories that immerse the reader deep into the human psyche and the monsters that lurk within us are her favorite reads.

Her muse for penning the Eviscerating the Snake series was The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas. Ashley’s love for this book is what sparked her desire to write her debut novel, Accountable to None, the first book in the trilogy. With a modern setting to the tale, Ashley delves into just what lengths a person is willing to go when they seek personal justice for heinous acts perpetrated upon them. The second novel in the series, Zero Balance. focuses on the cost and reciprocal cycle that obtaining revenge has on the seeker. For once the cycle starts, where does it end? How far will the tendrils of revenge expand? Adjusting Journal Entries answered that question: far and wide.

Her short thriller entitled Number Seventy-Five, touches upon the sometimes dangerous world of online dating. Number Seventy-Five took home the BRONZE medal in fiction/suspense at the 2013 Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards contest and is currently in production for a feature film.

Her paranormal thriller entitled The Lie, won the GOLD medal in the 2013 Illumination Book Awards for fiction/suspense and is also in production for a feature film entitled Foreseen.

Ashley’s decided to delve into the paranormal with a Southern Gothic horror/suspense novel, Growl, which released in January of 2015. The suspenseful mystery Empty Shell, released in September of 2014. Ashley will be teaming up with Lillian Hansen (Ashley calls her mom!) to pen a three-part murder mystery/suspense series entitled The Magnolia Series. The first book, Blood Ties, is due out the Summer of 2015.

Ashley also hosts The WriteStuff, a popular BlogTalk Radio show, each Friday night at 10 p.m. CST.

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Ashley Fontainne has a fantastic giveaway for you! Multiple books and two chances to win ebooks or audiobooks, your choice. We will have 3 (three) winners on each blog. Check out this list of books for the winners!

Blood Ties
The Lie
Number Seventy-Five
Night Court
Whispered Pain
Tainted Cure

You can check out my reviews by following the links below if you need more info.

All you need to do to enter is answer the question below and leave your email so I may contact you if you win.

“What scares you the most? Is it demons, flying…”

For a second look and another chance to win, go to Laura at fuonlyknew.

Giveaway will run from 3/1/6 – 3/11/16.

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Ashley Fontainne’s writing is so spectacular, I am always anticipating the next book I will read of hers. Here are my reviews…so far:

For a second look and another chance to win, go to Laura at fuonlyknew.



38 thoughts on “Tag Team Event – The Lie by Ashley Fontainne Giveaway

    • That’s why I love doing the tag team events. Between both of us, I think we cover most everything.

    • Oh man…I hate spiders too. Just thinking about them gives me the creepy crawlies. I have a spi…I mean a creepalicious book review tomorrow, so if you want to me totally freaked, stop on by. LOL

  1. It is great to find new authors… and to see that the Lie has already been made into a film is awesome!

  2. Just came from Laura’s blog. This one looks creepy and sinister, just up my book alley!
    Congrats to the author on the film adaptation also.

    • I think you would enjoy this collection of books, Emma. So nice to see you. 🙂

  3. Thank you for putting together this wonderful event! I appreciate all the hard work you two put into it, along with the fabulous reviews! Good luck to everyone!

    • I am so happy to have you stopping by Ashley. Laura and I love sharing authors we love and keep on writing!!!

  4. What scares me the most – dying.. Also my mind.. I wonder myself sometimes if I’m losing my sanity.. So when I read about the character feeling that way.. I could relate!! I just HAVE to read this book!! Thanks for the giveaway! My email is [email protected] 🙂

    • That’s a very hard one to deal with. Thanks so much for sharing, Lynda.

  5. First, thanks for invite. These books are right up my alley and have been wanting some more great books to read.

    Second, I am severely allergic to black cats in particular and my worse would be if a demon black cat was flying around me and or sleeping on my pillow. Lame I know but for me would scare me.

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    • Thanks for the laugh this morning. Sorry, cat lovers, but they creep me out. Always sneaking around, peeking out of hiding places, looking at me with the beady little eyes…just waiting to pounce. Happy reading and good luck, Michelle.

    • We all leave a footprint and I feel someone will remember yours. 🙂 Have a great weekend, Cal.

  6. What scares you the most? What scares me the most is losing those that are near and dear to me, even though I know it is inevitable. bobbischleining @ yahoo .com (no spaces)

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  8. I live in Charleston, SC, and we have those gigantic Palmetto bugs. I am terrified of them. I swear, when you have a can of bug spray aimed towards one, they run towards you. They also fly. They are a giant cockroach over an inch long.

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