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Monday, November 24, 2014

Cover Reveal: Atlantis Rising by Gloria Craw

We will be kicking January 2015 off with a bang. Check out the cover for one of Entangled Teen’s January 2015 releases, Atlantis Rising by Gloria Craw, and let us know what you think.

On sale January 6, 2015

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About the book:

I am different. I have always been different, but no one can know or my life will be in danger. So I hide in plain sight, wearing drab clothes and thick glasses and trying to be invisible. I’m so good at hiding, no one has ever noticed me. Until Ian…the mysterious and oh-so-cute boy I know I need to avoid. Now I have been seen. And more terrifying still, I am wanted—by those who would protect me and those who would destroy everything and everyone I love. But if they’re all terrified about who I am, wait until they see what I can do…

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About Gloria Craw:

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 Gloria Craw grew up in the desert southwest, inspired every day by the wide skies and rich colors around her. After high school, she attended the University of Utah where she majored and got a degree in anthropology. These days, she lives in the ‘burbs’ just outside of Seattle, Washington where she is the shepherd of a husband, four daughters and a very hairy dog. www.gloriacraw.com

Find Gloria Online:

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No Blog Left Behind Thanksgiving Giveaway Hop

NBLB-Thanksgiving-Hop

Books I am Thankful for: YA

Three Winners will choose from:




Boarding School settings with a paranormal twist!




Dystopians



Paranormal Creatures including Dragons


The Guidelines:

-You must have a US/Canada mailing address 
-Must be 13 years or older with parent's permission (The winner has to be able to give me their address).
-All entries WILL be verified, don't cheat. 
-The giveaway will end the November 28th at Midnight 
-Winners will be announced via rafflecopter, email and Twitter
-Response is needed within three days if not another winner will be announced
- Books will be sent out 3-5 days after giveaway has ended






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Curiosity Quills Press Cover Reveal

Curiosity Quills is excited to reveal the cover for Edward Aubry's Literary-Fiction, Science-Fiction Romance UnHappenings, scheduled for release January 8, 2015. The stunning cover was designed by Andy Garcia. A review tour for UnHappenings is scheduled for January 5 - 16, 2015. If you're interested in taking part in the review tour, please sign up here.

UnHappenings

About UnHappenings:

When Nigel Walden is fourteen, the UNHAPPENINGS begin. His first girlfriend disappears the day after their first kiss with no indication she ever existed. This retroactive change is the first of many only he seems to notice. Several years later, when Nigel is visited by two people from his future, he hopes they can explain why the past keeps rewriting itself around him. But the enigmatic young guide shares very little, and the haggard, incoherent, elderly version of himself is even less reliable. His search for answers takes him fifty-two years forward in time, where he finds himself stranded and alone. And then he meets Helen. Brilliant, hilarious and beautiful, she captivates him. But Nigel’s relationships always unhappen, and if they get close it could be fatal for her. Worse, according to the young guide, just by entering Helen’s life, Nigel has already set into motion events that will have catastrophic consequences. In his efforts to reverse this, and to find a way to remain with Helen, he discovers the disturbing truth about the unhappenings, and the role he and his future self have played all along. Equal parts time-travel adventure and tragic love story, Unhappenings is a tale of gravely bad choices, and Nigel’s struggle not to become what he sees in the preview of his worst self.

Add UnHappenings to your Goodreads 'to-be-read' list.


Edward Aubry

About Edward Aubry:

Edward Aubry is a graduate of Wesleyan University, with a degree in music composition. Improbably, this preceded a career as a teacher of high school mathematics and creative writing. Over the last few years, he has gradually transitioned from being a teacher who writes novels on the side to a novelist who teaches to support his family. He is also a poet, his sole published work in that form being the sixteen stanza “The History of Mathematics.” He now lives in rural Pennsylvania with his wife and three spectacular daughters, where he fills his non-teaching hours spinning tales of time-travel, wise-cracking pixies, and an assortment of other impossible things.

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Saturday, November 22, 2014

The Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt Tag

The
Bookshelf
Scavenger
Hunt Tag

I was tagged by Erin @BookNut

1. Find and author name or title with a Z in it. 
Zom-B by Darren Shan

2. Find a classic.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin

3. Find a book with a key on it.
False Future by Dan Krokos

4. Find something on your bookshelf that is not a book.
My PINK green, yellow, blue logo dogs

5. Find the oldest book on your shelf.
How about the first book I ever owned...
Wicked Lovely by Melissa Mar

6. Find a book with a girl on it.
 Exquisite Captive by Heather Demetrios

7. Find a book that has an animal in it. 
Crows on Girl from the Well by Rin Chupeco

8. Find a book with a male protagonist.
Between the Stars and Sky by David James

9. Find a book with only words on the cover. 
Forgive Me Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick

10. Find a book with illustrations in it. 
In the Shadows by Kiersten White

11. Find a book with gold lettering.
.The Chaos of Stars by Kiersten White

12. Find a diary, true or fictional. 
The Vampire Diaries by LJ Smith

13. Find a book written by and author with a common name (like Smith).
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith

14. Find a book with a close up of something on it.
 Princess of the Opal Mask by Jenny Lundquist has a close up of a mask

15. Find a book on your shelf that takes place in the earliest time period. 
Cross My Heart by Sasha Gould the year is 1585

16. Find a hardcover book without a jacket.
Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan

17. Find a teal/turquoise colored book.
The Perfectionists by Sara Shepard

18. Find a book with stars on it. 
Stone in the Sky by Cecil Castellucci has a shooting star

19. Find a non YA book. 
A Paris Winter by Imogen Robertson

I tag:

Anyone who wants to do this!


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The Flash CW TV Show Review



The Arrow spin off CW TV show The Flash starring Grant Austin as Barry Allen.

 I am a huge fan of Arrow so I was all for it when I heard The Flash was in the making. I thought it was really cool how they brought him in Arrow for a couple episodes before he turned into The Flash. The Vampire Diaries did the same thing with The Originals. But I find The Flash to be a tad bit cheezy. With the exception of Grant Austin as Barry Allen, I'm not a fan of the cast at all. Grant Austin fits the role of Barry Allen perfectly and I find him to be the only good thing about the show. But his acting and personality wont stand a chance against the terrible acting from the supporting cast.

I still watch it every week but I seem to always be let down with the plot lines and guest actors. Maybe my expectations are too high. I mean, once I found out that this was happening last year I was ecstatic. The whodoneit type murder mysteries have been overkill lately and adding the spin of being fast finding meta-humans isn't fascinating enough.

I may be the only one who's having a hard time because this show according to the cancellation/renewal Bear predicts this 4/5 stars for renewal. My point is I hope I find it more interesting to continue watching. Because right now I have 24 other shows that are way more appealing.  I want to love this show SO bad! But its already 7 episodes deep and I'm bored and almost over it. Now that I have a new 9-5 job, this may just be the series to weed out and wait for it on Netflix.

Tell me what you think. Do you agree or disagree? Should I give it a couple more weeks or stop after this past week's episode?


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Stacking the Shelves #8

Stacking the Shelves

My eighth Stacking the Shelves post. 
Hosted by Tynga's Review's.
Nov 8-22nd
*Met the author in person
#Featured in Top Ten Tuesday

Books I borrowed, traded, bought, given will be posted biweekly.

From the Library:

They All Fall Down Stitching SnowBlue Lily, Lily Blue (The Raven Cycle, #3)

Traded through YABE:

In The Afterlight (The Darkest Minds, #3)Deliverance (Defiance, #3)The Perilous Sea (The Elemental Trilogy, #2)

Upcoming Blog Tours:
Burn Baby, Burn BabyNiles Wormwart, Accidental Villain

Given to Review:

The Rose MasterLove, LucyBreakwater





Bought


Freebies:

Flight (The Crescent Chronicles, #1)Garden Spells


I tried to cut these two past weeks down because of #TBTBSecretSanta but since it was my Birthday that didn't happen. Most of this is from my Birthday last week because I started my new job, had car troubles, multiple doctor appointments and a Certified Public Accounting Exam to take which all happened this week. I am beat but I'm hoping these books will cheer me up.

Let me know what you think. I would love to hear from you all!

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Friday, November 21, 2014

Month9Books Excerpt

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Welcome to this week’s M9B Friday Reveal!
This week, we are revealing the first chapter for

The Perilous Journey of the Not-So-Innocuous Girl by Leigh Statham

presented by Month9Books!
Be sure to enter the giveaway found at the end of the post!
The Perilous Journey
Lady Marguerite lives a life most 17th century French girls can only dream of: Money, designer dresses, suitors and a secure future. Except, she suspects her heart may be falling for her best friend Claude, a common smithie in the family’s steam forge. When Claude leaves for New France in search of a better life, Marguerite decides to follow him and test her suspicions of love. Only the trip proves to be more harrowing than she anticipated. Love, adventure and restitution await her, if she can survive the voyage.
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Title: THE PERILOUS JOURNEY OF
THE NOT-SO-INNOCUOUS GIRL
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: Month9Books, LLC.
Author: Leigh Statham
Chapter-by-Chapter-header---Excerpt

The Perilous Journey of the Not-So-Innocuous Girl
Leigh Statham
Chapter One
Marguerite held the brass cricket gingerly in her hands. She kept it tucked under the table while she turned it over, her fingers blindly memorizing every feature. She knew it was childish for a sixteen-year-old to have a favorite toy, but she couldn’t help it. The design fascinated her. Occasionally she would trip the mechanism and the cricket literally sprang to life, launching itself against the underside of the table with a loud knock.
“What was that?” Madame Pomphart cried.
Marguerite caught the little metal bug with one hand and tucked it into the folds of her skirts. “Nothing,” she lied.
“I heard a noise.” The sour-faced governess slapped the desk with her pointer and stepped closer. “What are you hiding?”
Marguerite didn’t flinch. “You must be hearing things again. You are getting rather old.”
Madame Pomphart swung her pointer, making sound contact with Marguerite's shoulder.
“Ah!” Marguerite grabbed her shoulder and jumped to her feet, knocking her chair over. She quite forgot about the little toy cricket which launched right at the governess’s face.
“What? Oh!” Madame Pomphart batted the air and stumbled backward, dropping her stick as the cricket ricocheted off her nose and landed at Marguerite’s feet. “How dare you bring vermin into my classroom? Your father will hear about this. Lord Vadnay will not be pleased!”
Marguerite scooped up her prize and ran for the door, grateful for the chance to escape.
“Get back here or you’ll receive double lashings!”
It was too late. Marguerite ran much faster than her teacher and was already halfway down the wide corridor. Lined with portraits of long-dead relatives and her father’s collection of modern weaponry, each display tempted her with thoughts of challenging the governess to a duel. She could easily scoop up one of the automated cat-o-nine-tails and turn back to the classroom. She rather fancied the idea, actually. But it wasn't the right time or the right way to handle her heavy-handed caretaker, and honestly, she wasn't quite brave enough to do more than talk back—not yet.
Her fear began to lift as she lightly descended the grand curving stairway to the ballroom, sprinting over the marble tiles and through the large doors to the gardens. The French summer sun blinded her. Marguerite blinked as she continued to run around the fountain filled with automated koi. A servant perched on the edge of the large pool, brass fish in hand. Its tail clicked furiously back and forth as he tried to oil it. The late-summer roses bloomed bright with color all around her. Butterflies seemed to flit merrily on every blossom, cheering her on. Human and automaton servants worked side by side grooming the large hedges … They jumped out of her way and bowed. None of them seemed surprised to see the young lady of the house running out of doors and they all knew where she was headed.
She tried to slip away to the cool shelter of the small glen beyond the lavender fields every chance she could, but since her father came up with the idea that she needed to be a “real lady,” it had become more difficult to sneak away.
At this point, she could have stopped. Pomphart wouldn’t follow her now, but it felt so good to move quickly after being at a table all morning. Her heart beat like an auto-hammer in her chest by the time she reached the work fields. More automatons and human servants stopped and bowed to the master’s daughter. Marguerite paid them no attention.
Finally reaching the small grove of trees, she flopped merrily on the soft grass and took a deep breath, then giggled to herself. She was safe, for now. The wind picked up and tousled the leaves overhead, sending bits of sunlight swimming wildly around her. The grass outside the glen rustled under the heavy thud of work boots: Claude.
“Hullo!” His voice sounded merry as he peered through the low branches that poked and tickled at the earth, surprised to see her there so early. “How’d you manage to beat me?” His wavy, light brown hair was just shaggy enough to soften his strong jaw and angular nose. His cheek was smeared with gear oil, right up to the corner of his smiling blue eyes. He was too tall for his work trousers and his chest had grown too broad for his cotton shirt. The buttons tugged a bit, but he wasn’t the type to care about his clothes. He pulled his welding goggles off of his head and wiped the sweat on his brow with the arm of his shirt.
“I ran.” She smiled wickedly.
Claude flopped down in the grass beside her. “That’s not very ladylike, and Pomphart doesn’t usually let you out till half past.”
“I had to run after this marvelous toy you made for me attacked her.” She held up the cricket like a prize gem freshly plucked from the earth.
“Marguerite!” he cried. “I asked you to keep it safe, not use it to get yourself tossed out of ladyhood!”
“It was an accident. I swear. The lessons are just so boring. I needed something to do, so I had it under the table. She’s such a brute. You should have seen how she hit me with her blasted pointer.”
“She struck you again?” his face turned dark.
“Yes, but it's nothing, just a welt on the shoulder.” The last thing she wanted was to be the damsel in distress.
“Still.” Claude's brow furrowed. “It's not right. Ladies don't strike other ladies. Please keep good care of that little bug. It took me a long time to build and I didn’t record the plans. I may need to borrow it back someday.”
“All right.” Disappointed at his lack of enthusiasm for her naughtiness, she carried on. “But you should have seen her face! If only I could have a portrait made of that. I’d hang it over my bed and have a miniature made to keep by my heart.”
A nasally voice attached to a pointy-faced, pale girl in bright pink skirts burst through the cool glen. “Whose miniature are you keeping by your heart? You haven’t even had your ball yet.”
“Hello, Vivienne.” Marguerite sighed without enthusiasm.
“Marguerite has just sealed her doom,” Claude chimed in. “She threw the cricket I made her at Pomphart’s face today, so there may not be a ball.”
“That’s rubbish! I did no such thing. It just got away from me and bounced right off her nose.” Marguerite laughed again while recalling the image, but Claude’s words made her a bit nervous.
“Oh dear,” cried Vivienne. “What are you going to do?”
Of course Vivienne would make a big deal out of it, Marguerite didn’t expect anything less from her childish neighbor.
“I’m not sure. That’s why I came straight here.” She turned pointedly to Claude. “I thought you’d want to celebrate my freedom and take the rest of the day off.”
Claude was quick to reply, “I’m afraid I can’t. Lots to be finished at the forge and I am on stall-mucking duty with the bots.”
“What do you possibly have to finish at the forge that’s so important?”
Claude raised his eyebrows at her. “A certain girl’s father has requested automatic serving dishes made of twenty-four-karat gold for her introduction to society.”
“Oh my!” Vivienne drew a dramatic breath. “How elegant. I so wish I were old enough to come.”
“Don’t worry,” Marguerite patted the girl’s knee, “I’m sure you can borrow them for your own ball.”
“Marguerite … ” Claude hissed at her.
It wasn’t a very kind thing to say, but Marguerite had never been very fond of Vivienne. She mostly endured her company because she was the only girl within a hundred miles that was close to the same age and station as Marguerite. That, and Claude had insisted she be kind to her.
“You’re right, Claude.” Marguerite smiled in repentance. “I’m sure your father will have loads of wonderful things for the guests to marvel at when your time comes, Vivienne. Still, it would be nice to have both of you there. I suppose I will be forced to talk to strangers.”
“I can’t believe you’re not excited!” Vivienne chattered. “New dresses! Handsome suitors!”
“I am excited,” Marguerite cut her off, “to have it over and done with! Dressing up might be fun, but dressing up to catch a man is not my idea of a good time.”
“Don’t be vulgar.” Vivienne blushed. “It’s not like that at all.”
Claude cut in, “I’d love to stay and discuss this matter with you girls, but I do have a few chafing dishes waiting for their motors in the shop.”
Marguerite tensed at the thought of not only being left alone with Vivienne, but also being without Claude’s protection should Pomphart come looking for her. “Do you think I could come help you at the forge today?”
“Not if you want me to get anything done.” Claude smiled merrily.
“Stop it! You know I’m a whiz with gear-work.”
“When you are actually interested in the work, yes, but I’m afraid that auto-spoons and brass tureens would bore you to death.”
Marguerite tried to make her eyes look large and beseeching, but she knew it was no use.
“No. But you can walk me there. I forgot my lunch anyway,” Claude said as he reached to help Marguerite up.
“I didn’t exactly have time to grab a snack as I fled the dungeons,” Marguerite quipped.
“Oh! I know!” Vivienne was bursting. “Let’s have lunch in town today. You’re not going back to your lessons are you? And Claude is busy with work. It will be such fun girl time!”
Marguerite sighed, but Vivienne was right. There was no way for her to return to the estate house without being trapped by Pomphart, and she had nothing to do if Claude insisted on finishing his chores. Still, she was uneasy about the idea of being on her own with Pomphart’s wrath hovering around an unknown corner waiting to pounce. The woman was ruthless when no one of importance was watching. She had a way of getting Marguerite off on her own and exacting whatever form of punishment she felt was suitable for the crime. Marguerite tried to complain to her father, but he wouldn’t listen, he thought Marguerite just didn’t want lessons anymore.
Claude knew all of this and sensed her fears in her quiet gaze.
“Come with me, both of you. I have someone I want you to meet.” Claude smiled.
Marguerite jumped up at his tug, tossed her wavy brown hair, and set her skirts aright, glad someone was helping her make up her mind. “Very well.”
“Hooray! Oh, I know just the place,” Vivienne said. “There is a new little patisserie I saw the other day I’ve been aching to try.” She skipped up the hill ahead of the other two, babbling on about buns and cakes and half sandwiches.
Claude reached for Marguerite’s arm and squeezed a bit. He used this gesture when he was about to chastise her, but she didn’t think she’d been that rude to Vivienne. The girl got on her nerves with every word, but her intentions were good and Marguerite wasn’t cruel by nature, just impatient.
“What?” she hissed.
“I have some news, but I wanted to tell you first.”
“Oh?” Relieved not to be in trouble, but also perplexed, Marguerite wished more now than ever that Vivienne would just skip into oblivion with her bouncy blonde curls and scattered thoughts.
“Yes. You know how we spoke a few weeks ago about my plans?”
“Did you find a position in Paris?” Marguerite could scarcely contain herself. Her friend was so talented, and she knew better than anyone that he was wasted working as a bondservant on her father’s estate. If he could secure an apprenticeship in Paris he could come back to La Rochelle as a master tradesman. Plus she could visit him there. Still, apprenticeships were hard to come by.
“No, I think it’s better than that.”
“What could be better than Paris?” In her mind, crowds of well-dressed ladies paraded down glittering avenues while the latest autocarts passed by in a blur of technology and innovation. Paris was the hub of all things Marguerite admired.
“I’ve signed into His Majesty’s service. As of next week, I’ll be an official member of the Royal Corp of Engineers.”
“You what?” She was stunned. It took her a moment to sort out her emotions. How could he have made this type of decision without consulting her? They had shared everything since they discovered each other as bored children on the estate a decade ago.
“I knew you’d be angry with me for not telling you beforehand, but an opportunity just presented itself and I knew it was right—I had to take it.”
“No, I’m not angry at all. Just shocked. You know how my father feels about the military.”
“But you see, that’s just it. I won’t have to worry about your father anymore, I won’t owe him anything. My first assignment is to New France.”
“Are you two coming or not? I’m starved!” Vivienne had doubled back when she realized she was talking to herself.
Marguerite wasn’t sure she could eat or talk at that moment. She wasn’t sure she could even take another step.

Chapter-by-Chapter-header---About-the-Author
L. Statham
Leigh Statham was raised in the wilds of rural Idaho, but found her heart in New York City. She worked as a waitress, maid, artist, math teacher, nurse, web designer, art director, thirty-foot inflatable pig and mule wrangler before she settled down in the semi-quiet role of wife, mother and writer. She resides in North Carolina with her husband, four children, five chickens and two suspected serial killer cats. If the air is cool and the sun is just coming up over the horizon, you can find her running the streets of her small town, plotting her next novel with the sort of intensity that will one day get her hit by a car.
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Cover Reveal: Tryst by Alex Rosa


Tryst by Alex Rosa 
Published by: Intermix (Penguin)
Publication date: March 17th 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance

Synopsis:

In this sensational New Adult debut by Alex Rosa, boyfriends are too much trouble. So what’s the harm in a little fun?
With an abusive relationship behind her, Skyler moves out of her Orange County apartment, changes her phone number, cuts ties with her friends, and moves in with her brother Josh, a talent agent with a spare room in his incredible house in Hollywood.
Josh is happy to take Skyler under his wing, but he has one rule: she can’t sleep with his roommate, Blake. That’s fine by Skyler. She doesn’t want a man in her life right now—and certainly not cocky Blake who’s with a different girl every night. But his all-American boy charm and his ripped model physique are difficult to refuse. Josh will never know if no one ever tells him. And a little secret now and then never hurt anyone…




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Read the First Three Chapters Online:
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AUTHOR BIO:
When Alex Rosa isn’t scouring city parks or cafes to write, she is most likely trying to convince her friends to join her on her next adventure. A sufferer of wanderlust, she is always looking for a new mountain to climb, a canyon to hike, or a plane to board. Her résumé consists of coroner, zoo worker, and most recently executive assistant, but she finds her home amongst words, whether it is in books or in film. Her obsessions are on the brink of bizarre, but that’s just the way she likes it. 

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Cover Reveal: The Eternal by Helen Boswell


BOOK TITLE: THE ETERNAL (Mythology #3)

AUTHOR: Helen Boswell

GENRE: Young Adult, Urban Fantasy/Paranormal

Coming: Winter 2014


BOOK DESCRIPTION:

Self-preservation, above all. That’s the credo by which guardian Jonathan Draper justifies his existence. Or at least it was until he found Hope Gentry. Backed by the powers of his beloved Hope and his most loyal guardian Raleigh Peyton, Jonathan should have enough influence to save his sector from destruction. But Buffalo is plagued by guardian unrest and increasing threats from the city’s most evil entities, and Jonathan is stripped of all authority.

Never harm a soul. That’s the credo by which the members of the demon alliance live. Micah Condie has trouble fitting in, and it doesn’t help that he has enough power to set anyone he touches on fire. He can’t return home until he cancels out the debt he owes the most powerful immortals. But when he uncovers an eighteen-year old secret that rocks the foundation of his existence, Micah has no choice but to go back home. Now not only must he placate the immortals, but he must face an uncertain future with his girlfriend Hope Gentry, reconcile with the family he abandoned, and finally settle the score with Jonathan Draper.

Someone is masterminding a plot to destroy all of the guardians and human souls in existence. Only if Jonathan and his most unlikely ally, Micah, can join forces will they be able to save them.

The fate of all depends on the will of one: THE ETERNAL.






MYTHOLOGY (Mythology #1) and THE WICKED (Mythology #2) are now available on Amazon.com. Read for free with the KindleUnlimited Program.




Buy MYTHOLOGY for $1.99 on Kindle: http://amzn.to/XHZYf4


Buy THE WICKED for $2.99 on Kindle: http://bit.ly/amazonMCondie



About the Author:



Helen Boswell credits her dad, an avid fiction reader, with encouraging her to read ALL OF THE BOOKS on his shelves from the time she was a teenager. Originally from upstate New York, Helen spent much of her early adult life tromping around in Buffalo, NYC, Toronto, and Las Vegas, those cities now serving as inspiration for the dark and gritty backdrops of her stories. She is the author of YA urban fantasies MYTHOLOGY, THE WICKED, and THE ETERNAL (coming Winter 2014), and NA contemporary romance LOSING ENOUGH (GOING FOR BROKE; coming Spring 2015). 

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

MG Review Whole in the Clouds

Whole in the Clouds
ISBN: 978-1937365486
October 28, 2014
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*I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*

Cora Caitlin is an unhappy overweight orphan who just cant seem to fit in. When out of the no where an unknown elfin leads her to a mythical place where her birth parents live. Her journey into the new world may just be the cure she needs to fit in and learn to feel whole in the clouds.

The writing is excellent. I have a soft spot of MG and this did not disappoint. I was sucked in from the very first page and loved Cora and her journey. I compared this to Alice in Wonderland meets Aprilynne Pike's Wings saga.

I really enjoyed this cute coming of age middle grade book. The main character was easy to relate to, the story flowed and I was sucked into the magical world Kibbee created. I didn't have enough time to read this in one sitting or else I would have. I would highly recommend this to anyone of all ages. The cover is adorable and pertains well to the plot.

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New Cover and On Sale

Genevieve Clare has a NEW COVER!

  ON SALE  for ONLY $0.99

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Book Summary

 

I’m a professional mourner. Caskets, drag queens and dirty old men are all in a day's work. But I'm no stranger to loss and that’s what makes me good at my job. Something is missing though and that something goes by the name of Ahren Finnegan. When faced with the idea of losing one more person from my life, I pushed him away, my one true love.

Now he’s back and this time I don’t think he’s going to take no for an answer. 


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