I love science fiction, so I’m excited that Breaking Sky by Cori McCarthy will be released in March. Today, I have a trailer and a giveaway for you to enter. You have a chance to win one of five (5!!) advance reading copies of Breaking Sky!
March 2015 ? ISBN: 9781492601418
Hardcover/$16.99 ? Ages 14+
Fly to the last drop of fuel. Fight to the last drop of blood. Read more
Pocket Star has some great digital releases hitting stores today, and I have excerpts to share. I think Fixer looks awesome, and can a romance reader actually resist a new release from Lisa Renee Jones? And last but certainly not least, for all of you Star Trek fans, there’s a new novella based on the Original Series to sink your teeth into. Check out Pocket Star’s online community at XOXO After Dark.
FIXER by Jeff Somers
A prequel story to We Are Not Good People, the gritty new supernatural thriller from master storyteller Jeff Somers. Enter the hidden world of blood mages—and their victims. Read more
ON HER WATCH by Rie Warren (June 3, 2014; Forever Yours E-Book)
The year is 2071 and all hell has broken loose. As the government tries to control the territories that were once the United States, an armed rebellion erupts . . . Read more
AT STAR’S END
Published by: Carina Press
March 31, 2014 Read more
SETH by Eve Langlais
Cyborgs: More Than Machines, #5
His mission: Blend in with the humans. Save the cyborgs. And seduce the only woman he ever loved, without getting killed. Read more
Please give a warm welcome to special guest, S E Gilchrist!
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in five words or less.
[SE Gilchrist] Compulsive, passionate, curious, determined and animal lover.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Star Pirate’s Justice? Read more
Contains many spoilers, so read at your own risk
This year, I am making a concerted effort to finish up series that I have started, and then allowed to wallow by the wayside. I loved Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi, but due to time constraints, wasn’t able to read the follow up, Through the Ever Night. Then it was on sale for the Kindle (after I had already purchased the hardcover), and because I would be sitting on plane for a few hours, I snapped it up. Reading it made me remember why I enjoyed the first book so much. I love the characters, and enjoyed catching up with them. Aria, Perry, Roar, Cinder – I even developed a new appreciation for those that I disliked at first. Soren? Who would have possible thought I could learn to like Soren? He’s kind of the one that got this whole adventure started. While there were still times that I wanted someone to clock him, he grew as a character and turned into someone I just might be able to like. Maybe. Read more