This morning I’m participating in a blog tour and giveaway for Marie Rutkoski’s The Winner’s Crime. This is the follow up to The Winner’s Curse, and you can learn more about the books here. You can follow the tour here. I also have a copy of The Winner’s Crime up for grabs, so enter below!
The ‘Winner’s Curse’ is an economics term that means you’ve gotten what you wanted – but at too high a price. What would you pay too much for? Read more
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ZOMG! These books! This series! I’m going to gush, and I just can’t help myself! It’s rare when I come across a series that sucks me in with the strength of a Dyson vac on steroids, and Anne Bishop manages to do just that. I read Written in Red in December, and it was one of the best books I’d read last year. I didn’t write a review because, gosh, I just didn’t know how to put my thoughts into words. I still don’t, but I’ll try anyway. Read more
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I’ve read and enjoyed several of Shinn’s older books, so I was curious to see if I’d still like her writing style now. I haven’t read any of the other books in the Shifting Circle series, and I didn’t feel that I was missing anything by not reading them. The Turning Season stood well on it’s own, though now that I’ve read it, I would like to read the other books in the series. Read more
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I didn’t have to think too hard when a review request for Juliet Marillier’s latest release hit my inbox. I didn’t even have to read the blurb; I was in the mood for something different, and lo-and-behold Dreamer’s Pool magically appeared. I haven’t read Juliet Marillier in a long, long time, so I was eager to see if I still enjoyed her writing. I do! This is an engrossing book, with only a few niggles to distract me from the story. Read more
I enjoyed The Bloodbound, so I was thrilled when Erin Lindsey dropped by the virtual offices to answer a few questions. Be sure to enter the giveaway for a chance to win a copy of her book!
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Good morning, Erin! Describe yourself in five words or less.
[Erin Lindsey] Constantly daydreaming lover of words.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about The Bloodbound?
[Erin Lindsey] I wanted to write a classic fantasy adventure that was genuinely fun to read. A lot of the stuff out there in SF/F right now is pretty grim. That’s not a criticism – I’m including my own work in that category. The Nicolas Lenoir novels, which I write as EL Tettensor, are about as dark as it gets. But sometimes you’re looking for something lighter, something you can take to the beach on your summer vacation and enjoy every page. A cast of flawed, likable characters caught up in a heroic struggle, with enough romance and humour to keep the mood balanced. That’s what I was going for in this book. Read more
I have enjoyed everything that I’ve read by Cat Patrick, so I was super excited to see that she has a new book coming out. I wanted to share with all of you because I think her writing is awesome…and well, there’s a giveaway you can enter! So have at it! Read about Court and then enter away!
Author: Cat Patrick
Date of Publication: October 23rd 2014 Read more
This morning I have an excerpt and giveaway for By the Magic of Starlight, which is available now!
BY THE MAGIC OF STARLIGHT by Serena Gilley (October 7, 2014; Forever Yours E-Book; $0.99)
Beyond the limits of sight, magical beings live in the Forbidden Realm. The two worlds were once connected, but the desires of man forced their separation. Now, desire may bring them back together . . .
Raea is a fairy with a secret. Beneath a veil of moonlight and mist, she did the unthinkable: shared a night of exquisite passion with Kyne, the fairy-human hybrid whose touch makes her tremble. Now she can’t forget the feel of his hard body and hot kiss against her skin. Their connection is undeniable-and forbidden. Read more
I just read The Bloodbound by Ern Lindsey, and it’s a run, exciting read! Here’s my review. Want to win a copy? Just enter the giveaway below!
About the book:
Of all those in the King of Alden’s retinue, the bloodbinders are the most prized. The magic they wield can forge invaluable weapons, ones that make soldiers like Lady Alix Black unerringly lethal. However, the bloodbinders’ powers can do so much more—and so much worse…
A cunning and impetuous scout, Alix only wishes to serve quietly on the edges of the action. But when the king is betrayed by his own brother and left to die at the hands of attacking Oridian forces, she winds up single-handedly saving her sovereign.
Suddenly, she is head of the king’s personal guard, an honor made all the more dubious by the king’s exile from his own court. Surrounded by enemies, Alix must help him reclaim his crown, all the while attempting to repel the relentless tide of invaders led by the Priest, most feared of Oridia’s lords.
But while Alix’s king commands her duty, both he and a fellow scout lay claim to her heart. And when the time comes, she may need to choose between the two men who need her most…
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