Hi, Book Lovers.
It's time for an announcement!
From May 1st - 15th, Bewitching Book Tours will be hosting a
Book Blog Tour for PHOENIX: Book One of The PeradonFantasy Series.

A copy of the Tour schedule can be found below:

Schedule Phoenix by Daccari Buchelli

May 1 Guest Blog Fang-tastic Books

May 1 Spotlight The Silver Dagger Scriptorium

May 2 Spotlight Books, Dreams,Life

May 2 Spotlight Mello and June, It's a Book Thang! –

May 2 Spotlight Lisa-Queen of Random
May 3 Spotlight The Authors Blog

May 3 Spotlight CBY Book Club

May 3 Spotlight <

Cloak of Echoes: A Fantasy Book Review

Cloak of Echoes (Book 2), by C. K. Dawn:

Cloak of Echoes, the second book of a daring fantasy series, follows seventeen-year-old Emma Kincaid as she deals with the mysterious empathic abilities that have so far shaped her life.Emma's character comes across as quirky and shy, though she possesses a natural talent for humor and is stronger than she gives herself credit for.

The story progresses quickly, with an effortless friendship forming between Emma and brooding new student, Mattox. Themes of loss and difference are key to the tale as secrets are revealed regarding Emma's unique abilities.

I enjoyed every moment of this short, but intense read. I found myself feeling every subtle emotion of Emma's character as the urgency of the scenes built up. I was eager to turn each page, excited for what would happen next.

This book is definitely on my paperback list. I would recommend it to lovers of urban fantasy and Arthurian fantasy.…

The Angel Alejando, by Allistair Cross (A Review)

The Angel Alejandro was an intriguing and somewhat surprising read. When Madison O'Riley is saved by a young man with silvery eyes, life in her little village begins to change.

Sin features as a key theme as the villagers are tempted into committing dark deeds. Lust and greed fuel the second half of the novel, making for a more steamy story.

You can find The Angel Alejandro for SALE on Amazon

The writer paints vivid pictures through his use of language and brings each scene to life in gorgeous detail. I would note for sensitive readers that there is a TRIGGER in this book, in the form of a SELF-HARM scene in the second half. There is also content that could be seen as EROTICA.

I would recommend this novel for lovers of modern paranormal fiction. Demons and Angels await you in this quirky read. I rated this book 5 stars as I would happily read it over and over.

-Daccari Buchelli.
Fantasy Novelist.

Wise Words from Stephen King

On Writing, by Stephen King:

A Book for Readers, Writers & Fans

A little over a week ago, I began to read Stephen King's On Writing, a memoir on the craft of writing. I would like to stress how important this book was to me not just as a writer, but as a reader and avid fan of King's works.

Yesterday, I finished the book and could not find a single fault. This non-fiction title, not only talks about how King hones his craft but takes you through the crucial life experiences and challenges that arose within his life as a writer.

King's greatest piece of advice?
'Omit needless words.'

Many writers have heard the word redundant, but it's one that still feels new to me. King encourages all would be or establishing writers to cut such redundant words, not just to boost the pace of your story, but to clean up your fiction in general.

The famous phrase Kill your darlings is used multiples times in this book…

We Are Unique: Embrace Yourself As You Are.

I urge you to take a moment today and think about what makes you unique. Whether it is a physical trait that you possess or a quirk of your personality. What makes you soul brighten on your darkest days and brings you joy above all else?

We are all different, all constantly changing amongst one-another. One thing that no-one will ever have (except in the rare case of organ-doning them) is your eyes. The human iris can never be replicated. Every single pair of eyes are unique, down to each little spark of colour within. In time, there will never be another like yours, just like there will never be another you.

Look at those around you; your friends, family, or colleagues, even strangers. What can you see that is new to you? Does someone walk a certain way or run their fingers through their hair at each change that they get? Why is it that certain things draw us closer and others get us to keep our distance from someone? Find these unique quirks of character and compliment a friend on the…

Cover Reveal Success

Good Morning.
So, Buchelli Books' Cover Reveal was a success. Below is our brand NEW cover for Phoenix (2nd Ed.)

Be sure to watch out for updates at

ARC copies of the 2nd Edition coming MARCH 15th.

Please email the author at: 
Daccarim93 (at) 
if interested.

The Idea of Perfection

When the creative juices begin to flow, I find that I cannot stop myself from writing with wild abandon. With that being said, I include for your eyes a poem that I've written, entitled The Idea of Perfection.

Perfection. It is something we subconsciously strive for; part of the human condition you could say. The more I think about this word, the more I realize that it is no more than an idea, A collection of traits summed up as the ideal human individual.
Perfection. It doesn't exist; perhaps it never has, So why do we long for such a thing? Is it hard-wired into our DNA, that we  should stamp out anything which deviates  from this rule?

Perfection. It has many forms, from the wonder of a  newborn babe to the love of our life who  stops our heart with a single glance. It is all around us, in every possible form. It is the trees we glimp…