Today’s my birthday. As confirmed on twitter, I’m not a day over twenty-four! ;) To celebrate such a miracle, I think it’s time for a giveaway. I’ve had Frozen arcs sitting on my shelf for quite some time now. The book releases in a little over two months, so it’s high time I sent these into the world. I’m giving away THREE ARCS OF FROZEN, each paired with an extra bonus book. Here’s what you can win: Bundle #1 — an arc of FROZEN and a hardcover of TAKEN … Bundle #2 — an arc of FROZEN and an e-copy of STOLEN Stolen is a prequel e-novella set in the Taken universe and tells the story of Bree’s days on Saltwater prior to her Heist. … Bundle #3 — an arc of FROZEN and an arc of SRANGE AND EVER AFTER Strange and Ever After is the final book in Susan Dennard’s Something Strange and Deadly trilogy Bundles 1 and 3 are US only, but bundle 2 is open internationally. I’ll pick winners at the end of... Read More
Some stories come out almost effortlessly. Others you have to wrestle on to the page. Stolen was one of the former. Simply put, this novella was an absolute joy to write. Stolen will give you a peek at what made Bree the hardened girl Gray meets in Taken, and it will provide a ton of insight as to why she acts as she does in forthcoming Frozen. I’m so proud of this little novella, and incredibly grateful for the opportunity to have told Bree’s story. Above all, I’m thrilled it’s finally in the world for you to read. BUY STOLEN: Kindle / Nook / iBooks / Kobo Stolen is digital only, meaning you’ll have to read on your desktop or using your e-reader of choice, and I hope you’ll pick up a copy. (If not for you, maybe for a friend? I hear books make great gifts.) In case you need more convincing, here’s 10 random facts about the novella: Stolen is approximately 20,000 words long, a quarter the length of Taken. At just $1.99, it’s cheaper... Read More
Another month has flown by. Here’s what I read in January: INTO THE STILL BLUE by Veronica Rossi Saying goodbye to a series you love is never easy. I hate having to part with these characters, and yet I am so grateful for having gone on a journey with them. I enjoyed the first two books a tad more than this final installment one, but I managed to read ITSB in under 24hrs, so clearly, I still loved it. This is an action-packed, satisfying conclusion to a wonderfully unique series. As Perry and the Tides attempt to find the Still Blue, relationships are tested and characters are pushed to physical and emotional limits. Roar is struggling to overcome grief. Aria is left as a leader to the Dwellers, and a bridge between them and the Outsiders. Perry, like always, has so much responsibility on his shoulders and is trying to stay afloat. I adore these characters, but my favorite part of this series is the underlying theme of home and family. Sometimes we are changed and can... Read More
The Engineer and I woke up to a half foot of fluffy, powdery snow. Before the wind or sun could knock it from the branches, we hiked the conservation land behind our house. I could not stop taking photos. Hope you’re having a lovely Sunday. <3 Read More
With all the end-of-2013 posts, I nearly forgot to do my bulk reviews for last month. Better late than never, yes? Here’s what I read in December: SCARLET by A.C. Gaughen This Robin Hood retelling was such a treat. Scarlet is a female thief within Robin’s band of men, hiding behind men’s clothing and the alias Will Scarlet. Only Robin and a few of his most trusted accomplices know she’s a girl. But when a new Thief Taker, Gisbourne, arrives in Nottinghamshire to round up the Hood and his men, things get complicated. Because there are truths Scarlet hasn’t even told Robin, and her history with Gisbourne runs deep. This is written in a rugged, blunt dialect, and I fell in love with Scarlet by the end of the first chapter. She’s spunky and brash and tells it like it is. The banter between characters, and Scarlet’s dark past (not to mention her conflicting feelings towards Robin and closed-off nature) made this a joy to read. The... Read More
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