Tuesday, January 31, 2012

S.R. Johannes Guest Post

Please welcome S.R. Johannes to Fantasy Book Chick. 

S.R. Johnannes Guest post

Why I write what I write

I never set out to write a novel. I usually start my stories with a core fundamental believe or inspiration of something that is critically important to me.

When I was on maternity leave, I set out to write a picture book for my new daughter – a book I wanted to read. One just for her not to be published. The book was about fairies. Why? There was a small store in England where my hubby is from called “The Broken Winged Fairy”. I loved that store and it became the start of my book. But I also chose fairies because I love fairies and I wanted her to love them as well. I was never a princess person so fairies seemed to have the girliness of princesses yet mixed with a magical and mischievous element. Which I find captures my daughter to a tee.

That fairy picture book turned into a fairy adventure (that will probably never see the light of day even though it got pretty far in the publishing process).

My next book was Untraceable. That book came to be because my hubby is always camping out in the wilderness and he loves it. That fascinated me. That people would actually want to sleep outside in the woods even when they had a nice bed. The way he talked about the woods made me want to be in there. But instead of camping with him, I created Grace who took those journeys for me, investigated horrors to animals, and allowed me to experience the beauty of the woods from my comfy chair.

On The Bright Side came about because after my kids were born, they had some health issues that were so scary. I thought they might die and for a long time - I was petrified of losing them so in a way – I became obsessed with death (even though my kids ended up okay). Starting OTBS was my way of finding the light in death – all to alleviate my anxiety about it. Creating a happy place where dead people could go and have fun and be happy forever. Never be sad and always have peace. A place where they can visit family and protect us. That book made me feel better about death.

To be honest, I didn’t know if I could pull off a light book about death. I mean books about death are usually poignant like Lovely Bones or Elsewhere. Not funny. But I wanted something fun and hip and fresh. In order to step away from the darkness of death as a topic as well as the religious aspect of death, I created my own After Life. One where I would want my loved ones to go. In my world, Angels became Brights and Heaven became Cirrus. And ruler was a woman. Fun right?

So I guess that was a long-winded way to say, I write about what inspires me. What haunts me. What touches me in the deepest way. As you can see, my books are basically pieces of me where I can address my dreams, fears, and questions in the world. Yes in a way that relates to kids.


On The Bright Side Book Information


Book Title:
On The Bright Side

Publisher:
Coleman & Stott

Book Description:

On the Bright Side is a hilarious road to guardian angeldom paved with so much drama and due-paying that it makes middle school look painless.

As if the devil’s food cake at her wake and the white fat pants she’s stuck wearing for eternity weren’t bad enough, fourteen year-old Gabby is quick to discover that Cirrus, the main rung of Heaven, is a far cry from the Pearly Gates. Here, Skyphones and InnerNets are all the rage. Until Gabby finds out she has to protect Angela, her school nemesis, in order to move up through the training levels of heaven. Problem is, Angela is now hitting on Gabby's should-have-been boyfriend. (awkward!)

Instead of protecting Angela, Gabby pranks her (like tripping is a sin?) at the hopes of cooling off the new couple. At first, they seem harmless until the school dance sabotage gets completely out of control. Then, her Celestial Sky Agent, who happens to have anger management issues of his own, puts Gabby on probation, threatening her eternal future. 

Determined to right her wrongs, Gabby steals an ancient artifact that allows her to return to Earth for just one day. Without knowing, she kicks off a series of events and learns what can happen when you hate someone to death. 

Purchase Information

ISBNs

ebook: (available jan 31st)
ISBN 10 – 0984799117
13 - 978-0-9847991-1-4

paperback (available in Feb)
ISBN-10: 0984799133
ISBN-13: 978-0-9847991-3-8

How to Buy:

Paperback will be available in Feb.

To buy the Kindle ebook - The ebook is .99 for the first month and can be purchased at amazon or B&N for now.


Book Trailer:

http://faeriality.blogspot.com/2010/01/on-bright-side-trailer.html


Praises for Untraceable

"Grace is a spunky, independent, nature girl who doesn't need a boy to save her. With wilderness survival, a juicy love triangle, and more twists and turns than a roller coaster, this fast-paced novel had me holding my breath until the very last page—and still begging for more!" -Kimberly Derting, author of the The Body Finder series (Harper Teen) and The Pledge series (S&S)

"This thrilling story is a dramatic entanglement of mystery, deception and teen romance. The action flows like a brisk mountain stream interspersed with rapids, holding suspense to last page." - Kirkus Reviews

2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Quarterfinalist (under the original title of Grace Under Fire) - Judges Reviews:

"This story starts out with a bang...it reads like the young woman were narrating it to a friend, and had the ring of a young person's style and intensity. Grace sees authority people, or at least those she knows, as a bit bumbling, which is true to age. Authentic representation of youth in action also. Original in premise and style, and good use of background...Good story!" - Sue Grafton, author of bestselling Kinsey Milhone series

"This murder mystery features a teenaged heroine, but she has the self assurance of a woman twice her age. The prose is very descriptive...and the dialogue is genuine. The setting of small town North Carolina and the surrounding woods is appealing. The story moves along at a brisk clip, and it feels as if we already have some important clues. We look forward to seeing what's in the case file and what Grace and her motorbike, Luci, will be up to next." - Sue Monk Kidd, author of Secret Life of Bees


Praises for On The Bright Side

"S.R. Johannes delivers a cute paranormal thrill ride for middle graders! Even in death there is a BRIGHT SIDE!" - Addison Moore, author of the bestselling Celestra series and soon to be TV show

Clever and charming, ON THE BRIGHT SIDE is the story of a reluctant guardian angel, her still-breathing crush, and the frenemy she’s assigned to protect. A great read! -Suzanne Young, author of A Need So Beautiful, A Want So Wicket (6/12), and The Program (2013)

“ON THE BRIGHT SIDE is both hilarious and heart-warming – a tale that’ll have you hoping that there really *are* spunky and determined angels like Gabby who’ve got our backs.” - Kristin O’Donnell Tubb, author of Selling Hope & The 13th Sign (2013) (Feiwel & Friends)

"With a smart, snappy heroine and a heart-warming crush, ON THE BRIGHT SIDE is a page-turning new take on guardian angels that left me begging for a sequel!" - Gretchen McNeil, author of Possess and Ten (9/12) (Balzar + Bray)



Author Information (Bio and Contact)

Author Bio:

S.R. Johannes is the author of Untraceable (a teen wilderness thriller) and On The Bright Side ( a tween paranormal).
She started out writing for her local school paper, winning a state Nutrition essay contest for “Be a Smart Cookie”, and singing in a local Jazz band. Somewhere along the way, she earned an MBA in Marketing and embarked on an 18-year marketing career in Corporate America working as a marketing and communications consultant.
In 2000, S.R. traded in her expensive suits, way-too high heels, and corporate lingo for a family, flip-flops, and her love of writing. She started her own marketing & communications business, www.bilaninc.com, and continues creating materials for a variety of large profit and nonprofit clients, including Spanx, Goody Hair Products, Chick Filet, Delta, CARE, and the Boys & Girls Club of America.
S.R.’s dream is to publish children’s books and magically imprint the imaginations of kids. In addition to juggling nap schedules while attending client meetings, Shelli focuses on her writing. She is a frequent marketing speaker at SCBWI conferences across the U.S and runs a popular marketing blog, Market My Words (www.faeriality.blogspot.com) where she provides marketing advice for authors in the hopes of helping them better market their words.
In her spare time (yeah right!) and if the kids allow (yeah right!), Shelli obsesses over movies, reads children’s books (over and over), wishes she could squeeze in Bikram Yoga sessions, and dreams of sleeping in on the weekends.
She currently lives in Atlanta with her dog, British-accented husband, and the huge imaginations of their little prince and princess that someday will change the world.

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Contact information:

Email: shelli@srjohannes.com

Social Media

Blog: http://faeriality.blogspot.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/srjohannes
Author Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/SRJohannes/249888602550
Author Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5235537.S_R_Johannes
Untracable Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/12731861-untraceable
On The Bright Side Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13251805-on-the-bright-side
In His Eyes Anthology Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13331838-in-his-eyes-anthology




Thank you S.R. Johannes for taking the time out of your busy schedule to provide my readers with this awesome guest post.   It was a pleasure to have you be a guest and I hope you will be a guest on my blog in the future.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

In My Mailbox


In my mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristy @ The Story Siren
This week I downloaded free:
An Apple For Zoe (The Forsaken #1) by Thomas Amo (free download on Amazon)

Blood Like Poison: For the Love of a Vampire (Book 1, Blood Like Poison Series) by M. Leighton (free download on Amazon)
Fateful (Fateful #1) by Cheri Schmidt (free download on Amazon)
The Book of Prophecy (The Chronicles of Elementary #1) by Steven Guscott (free download on author website)
The Vincent Boys (The Vincent Boys #1) by Abbi Glines (free download on Amazon)
Overprotected by Jennifer Laurens (free download on Amazon)

This week I received for review:
Fire Baptized (Habitat #1) by Kenya Wright (e-book review copy)

What did you get this week?

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

S.A. Archer Author Interview & Giveaway

Contest/Giveaway has ended.  Congratulations to RegencyEmma! She is the winner of the 5 e-books in The Touched Series.

S.A.  Archer Author Interview

Please welcome S.A.  Archer to Fantasy Book Chick.

Interview:
Are there any twists or unexpected turns that will surprise the readers when they read Cursed?

There are a couple places where I hope the readers will be stunned. The first scene when London encounters Rico is a powerful one. As a private investigator used to dealing with vampires and werewolves, she thought she could deal with working for a Sidhe client. She’s a strong and confident woman, but nothing could have prepared her for the way the Touch shatters her world. The ending also has a twist, as London struggles to find a way to escape the curse.

 
What do you love about writing London Eyer?


London is the outsider. She stumbles into the world of the fey, hardly aware of the issues and conflicts that already exist. What she thought was going to be a simple assignment to introduce a Changeling to a wizard ends up dragging her into the wizard/fey conflict. The reader gets to learn about the world of the fey through London’s eyes. She is trying to find a way to control her life, but she is trapped in a situation where she doesn’t know what all is going on around her, much less what to do about it.

 
Who are the villains in Cursed and what can you tell us about them?


I believe in the notion that there are no such things as true villains. Every character believes in the rightness of their point of view. The conflict arises when goals conflict. In Cursed, there is a background conflict between the fey, who are innately magical, and the wizards, who view the fey as livestock to be exploited. London doesn’t know, or want to care about, their war. She just wants to do a good job for her clients, whomever they may be. But neither the wizards nor the fey are going to tolerate such a mercenary approach. If you work for the other side, you are the enemy. If London knew that going in, she probably would never have accepted the assignment from the wizards to trick a Changeling into ‘meeting’ them. And she definitely would have been leery of meeting a new fey client who wants to discuss her work history with wizards.


Cursed is the first book in the Touched mini-series, which will be five books long. Can you give us an idea of where the series is heading?

London is determined to reclaim control of her life. To that end she is going to try several approaches which draws her deeper into the world of the Sidhe. Touched is one of three mini-series in the Sidhe project. London’s stories are going to interweave with the events with the other series. The young, earthborn Sidhe from the Rise of the Unseelie line will play a major role in the remainder of her series.


What is your favorite thing about your part in the Sidhe project?

I love discussing the storylines with my partner, S. Ravynheart. Together we constructed the history, the characters, and the plot. I love the discovery as the stories unfold. We might have a nugget of an idea going in and then the characters take over. We’ll go back and forth, refining the concepts and the way scenes might unfold, and then I’ll take over with the actual writing.


Find S.A.  Archer
Website  Goodreads  Facebook  Twitter 

The Touched Series Contest/Giveaway

Cursed is the first book in the Touched Series by S.A. Archer.
 You are entering to win all 5 books (e-books) in The Touched Series by S.A. Archer
Contest/Giveaway ends January 30, 2012
Rules/Guidelines
I enjoy hosting contests/giveaways for my followers and readers, but please read the following before entering.
  • Please make sure you stay updated with the rules/guidelines as they are subject to change at any time.
  • You must be 13 years of age or older to enter.
  • A valid email address is required (only used to contact the winner and/or send e-book or coupon code).
  • Contest/Giveaway is open internationally.
  • You do not have to be a follower to participate, although I like new followers.
  • Do not enter more than once per contest/giveaway.  Any duplicate entries will be deleted.
  • One winner will be chosen randomly using Random.org
  • I am not responsible for items lost.  I am also not responsible for e-books, or coupon codes lost in cyberspace.  
  • Winner will be posted on blog as soon as possible.
  • Winner will be contacted via email.
One winner will be chosen to win all 5 books (e-books) in the Touched Series.  
The author will send the e-books to the winner as they are released.  
How awesome is that!






Friday, January 20, 2012

Shelli Wells Author Interview

Please welcome Shelli Wells (S.R. Johannes)
to Fantasy Book Chick.


Author Interview:

Tell us a little about yourself…
I have an MBA in marketing and have worked in marketing for over 15 years. After working in corporate America as an executive, I left and started my own freelance marketing company where I have done fun work with clients like Goody Products and Spanx. (yes I got free Spanx ?)

What do you enjoy doing when not writing?
I always have the urge to write. No matter what I am doing, it is in the back of my mind or I’m looking for ideas.  So when I’m not with my family or working out, I love to write. I also love to read and watch movies. To me, movies are a visual book and I learn a lot from them.

When did you begin writing?
In 2004 when my daughter was born, I had 5 months of maternity leave from my executive job. I started writing a story that came to me when I was traveling with my hubby in England. I have been writing ever since.

Do you listen to music, drink coffee, etc. while writing?Uh yeah. Who doesn’t? I listen to music that goes with my chapter setting or feeling. I always drink either coffee or sweet iced tea.

What book are you currently reading, just finished reading or going to read next?
I just finished The Pledge by Kimberly Derting and Fracture by Megan Miranda. Lately, I’ve been reading a lot of indie books as something new – Meg Jensen, Addison Moore, or Jesse Harrell. All are great.

Who are some of your favorite authors?
James Patterson for the way he writes suspense. James Hall – my favorite book is Gone Wild and I love how it tackles real issues. I also love John D MacDonald. I like mysteries that are issue based. That way I’m entertained AND I learn something I need to know.

What other projects are you working on or having coming out next?Book 2 – Uncontrollable comes out summer 2012. Unless I can write faster? But to me quality is critical. I have a special edition of Untraceable coming in Jan/Feb with an alternative ending.
 
Why did you choose to write this genre?
 I don’t’ know. Maybe because I am still 16 at heart. Maybe because I’m immature in mind.  ? Seriously, for some reason I connect to younger people and still grabble with those issues of feeling left out, wondering if I’m good enough, and wanting people to like me.

If you could be any paranormal or have a supernatural talent what would it be and why?
I would be able to sense what ideas of mine are bestselling.:) On a more global level, I’d say know the way to cure cancer and hunger? Make everyone in the world happy.

Tell us why readers will enjoy reading your book…
I think Untraceable is one of those books that keeps you up late but it is also an important book that I hope will highlight things that still go on and stay with you. But mostly, I love that Untraceable is contemporary in a paranormal and dystopic world. I want to show girls that they can be strong in the real world. They don’t need to have special powers or live in a fantasy world. They just need to find their own courage and stick up for something they believe in.

Find Shelli: Blog  Twitter  Facebook  Goodreads

I want to thank Shelli for allowing me to interview her.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

In My Mailbox



In my mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristy @ The Story Siren 

This week I received for review:
The Awakening of Leeowyn Blake by Mary Parker (e-book review copy)
The Darkening Dream by Andy Gavin (e-book review copy)
Transcendent: Tales of the Paranormal by Multi authors (e-book review copy from Rita Webb)
Sleight of Hand _The Immortal Champions Saga #1 by Jennifer Hopkins (e-book review copy)

Forbidden Mind (Forbidden #1) by Kimberly Kinrade (e-book review copy)
Angel Fire (Angel #2) by L.A. Weatherly (Hardcover Signed - won)

This week I downloaded for free on Amazon:
Vision (Vision #1) by Beth Elisa Harrris

What did you get this week?

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Jaye Frances Guest Post & The Kure Giveaway

The contest/giveaway winner is Amber T.  
An email has been sent to the winner.  Thank you to all that entered!
Congratulations Amber T.!
Please welcome Jaye Frances!


Jaye Frances Guest Post

Thank you, Jamie, for hosting me on Fantasy Book Chick today. I really appreciate the opportunity to talk about The Kure, and to let your readers know about my Resolve To Read promotion on Amazon through the month of January.
I’m often asked about the challenges of developing the conflicts of conscience and the moral quandaries faced by the main characters in The Kure, especially given the less-than-honorable intentions that brought John Tyler to Sarah Sheridan’s doorstep. When I realized there was a romance in the making, I had to determine what would compel a likeable, genuine, upstanding guy like John to succumb to such desperate and irresponsible actions. I decided there had to be another influence involved—a demonic and threatening power that held the strings of fate in delicate balance—that would force John to make questionable decisions when he was the most vulnerable.
In the following excerpt, John has just revealed the ancient and forbidden ritual to Sarah, admitting that his search for a young virgin was driven by the malevolent curse of the Kure.
Here’s an excerpt:
Sarah’s chin sank to her chest. For a long while, she said nothing, her breathing audibly quick and shallow.
John waited, stealing small glances, looking for some sign, some indication she was not about to make a terrified jump from the wagon and run away into the approaching night.
Finally, she spoke. “I want the truth. Did you know I would be eighteen tomorrow?”
He hesitated, but it was useless to mitigate his answers with excuses, and much too late to lie. He nodded, and not sure she could see him, added almost too softly to hear, “Yes, I did.” Then Sarah was looking at him. But instead of panic or fear, her eyes burned with anger, her expression so intense, John could feel her wanting to lock on and hold him to the fire. Her words came blunt and heavy, her speech deliberate and slow, as if meant to crush the life out of him. “You thought . . . that I would do such a thing?”
John dropped his head, shaking it from side to side. “No. No. No.”
He wanted to reach for her and pull her close, to tell her Hhow desperation had driven him to do things so out of character, so unlike who he really was. Most important, he wanted her to know his integrity was still intact, and he had no intention of asking her to take part in the despicable rite.
He tried to make her understand. “I admit, in the very beginning I thought about it. After the doctor warned me about the possibility of permanent damage, I was willing to consider anything that might help me.” He paused, hoping she could sense his sincerity. “But even before we met, before I heard you coming down the stairs for the first time, I had already changed my mind. I wasn’t going to ask you—or anyone else—to do such a despicable thing. Why else would I have tried so hard to keep it from you?”
Sarah remained motionless on the seat, giving no indication she’d heard a single word of John’s confession.
Here’s a brief synopsis:
John Tyler, a young man in his early twenties, discovers he has contracted a ghastly affliction affecting a most sensitive part of his body. When the village doctor offers the conventional, and potentially disfiguring, treatment as the only cure, John tenaciously convinces the doctor to reveal an alternative remedy—a forbidden ritual contained within an ancient manuscript called the Kure.
Although initially rejecting the vile and unholy rite, John realizes, too late, that the ritual is more than a faded promise scrawled on a page of crumbling paper. And as cure quickly becomes curse, the unholy text unleashes a dark power that drives him to consider the unthinkable—a depraved and wicked act requiring the corruption of an innocent soul.
Ultimately, John must choose between his desperate need to arrest the plague that is destroying his body, and the virtue of the woman he loves, knowing the wrong decision could cost him his life.
               For a limited time, read “The Kure” for only $.99 (kindle version)
I always spend the last few days of December reviewing my writing plan for the coming year—to determine what’s going to receive priority and how I will budget my time to make sure I get it done. During one of those planning sessions, I noticed my husband was also putting a few goals together for the new year. When I asked him to tell me about his “resolutions,” he said that one of them was to read more, especially books that fall outside his favorite genres, “just to see what else is out there.” We began to talk about how many more people are now reading books of all kinds, primarily due to increased availability and choice of low-cost eBooks for the kindle and nook. I’m constantly reading comments from readers who decided to try a particular author’s work because it was ninety-nine cents, or in some cases, free. Then my husband asked an interesting question: “Why don’t you offer some kind of promotion to encourage more people to read The Kure, with the idea that they’ll be more inclined to read the book if you temporarily lower the price?” I really had to think about this one, but after realizing it might motivate a few more folks who are not familiar with The Kure to take a look, I decided to do it. I’m calling it “Resolve To Read”, and it’s going on right now. Effective for the month of January, the kindle version of The Kure can be purchased for ninety-nine cents on Amazon. So if you were planning on buying a kindle version anyway, why not take advantage of the “Resolve To Read” promotion and save two bucks?
I’d like to conclude by sharing a few details about myself. I was born in the Midwest and grew up surrounded by traditional values and conservative attitudes (which I quickly discarded). I’ll readily admit that my life’s destination has been the result of an open mind and a curiosity about all things irreverent, and I invite visitors to my website with a friendly caveat: “Be forewarned, my life has not followed the traditional path of homemaker, wife, and mother.” When I’m not consumed by my writing, I enjoy cooking, traveling to all places tropical and “beachy” and taking pictures—lots of pictures—many of which wind up on my website. I live on the central gulf coast of Florida, sharing my home with one husband, six computers, four cameras, and several hundred pairs of shoes. 

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The Kure Contest/Giveaway




 You are entering to win a e-book copy (kindle version) of 
The Kure by Jaye Frances

 Contest/Giveway ends January 25, 2012

One winner will be chosen randomly by random.org.

**Please note:**
 **This for a e-book copy (kindle version).**




Rules/Guidelines
I enjoy hosting contests/giveaways for my followers and readers, but I do ask that you please read the following before entering!

Please make sure you stay updated with the rules/guidelines as they are subject to change at any time.
  • You must be 13 years of age or older to enter.
  • A valid email address is required (only used to contact the winner and/or send e-book or coupon code)

  • Contest/Giveway is open internationally 
  • You do not have to be a follower to participate, although I like new followers.
  • Do not enter more than once per contest/giveaway.  Any duplicate entries will be deleted.
  • Winner will be posted on blog as soon as possible.

  • Winner will be contacted via email. 

  • I am not responsible for items lost or delayed in the shipping.  I am also not responsible for e-books, or coupon codes lost in cyberspace.  

  • One winner will be chosen randomly using Random.org .


Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Happy Birthday To You (Birthday Trilogy #3) Review

Book: Happy Birthday To You (Birthday Trilogy #3)
Author: Brian Rowe
Publisher: Brian Rowe
Rating: 5 Stars
Level: Young Adult
Source: E-Book Review Copy

Summary from Goodreads:
Newlyweds Cameron and Liesel Martin aren't able to celebrate their wedding bliss for long. Not only is Liesel unexpectedly pregnant... they're also facing the end of humanity!

Liesel's evil witch sister Hannah has cast a spell to make all humans on Earth age a whole year with every day. It's up to Cameron and Liesel to stop her... and save the world! Who will survive? And who will perish?

Here it is at last... the third and final epic chapter of the Birthday trilogy... Happy Birthday to You!


My Review:
This is the third and final book in this amazing trilogy. I have given all three books five stars because I LOVED the entire trilogy.

Cameron and Liesel have been through so much together. First there was the curse she put on him to make him age rapidly and then the curse she put on him to age backwards. Cameron and Liesel are now married and Liesel is pregnant. Now they have to deal with her evil sister Hannah. Cameron and Liesel have to find Hannah and stop her curse that she has put on the world. Everyone is aging a year everyday. Then she gets angry and moves it up, finally to where they are aging a year older every minute.

I liked that we got to learn a little more about the characters from the previous two books. Their background and then what happens to them during this curse. We also get to meet some new characters that who are not whom them seem at first. It's a very fast paced story that I couldn't put down. I was so tuned into the world that Brian created that I felt like I was right there. Counting down the days till I run out like the people in this book.

I wasn't sure what to expect in reading this one. Let me tell you Brian sure shocked me over and over again in this book. There were so many twists and turns. Jaw dropping moments that I couldn't believe what I was reading and what was happening. The ending was by far NOT what I expected at all. I was so shocked that my jaw was hanging open with disbelief. This was one of the best trilogies that I have read. I loved every minute of reading all three books. I am recommending you read this trilogy, it's that good.

Find the author: Blog  Facebook  Twitter

Buy the book: Amazon  Book Depository 

Thursday, January 12, 2012

In My Mailbox


In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristy @ The Story Siren.

This is what I received for review:
End of the World Champion of the Sidhe: Part 1 by S. A. Archer (e-book review copy)
Aftershock The Rise of the Unseelie: Part 1 by S.A.  Archer (e-book review copy)



This is what I downloaded free on Amazon:
Dark Matter Heart (Cor Griffin Bloodsuckers) by Nathan Wrann (e-book)
Slumber (The Fade Part 1) by Samantha Young (e-book)


What did you get this week?