Tuesday, November 27, 2012

-Cover Reveal- The Midnight Spell by Rhiannon Frater & Kody Boye


Welcome to another cover reveal!!

Today I got the extreme and amazing pleasure to introduce to you...

The Midnight Spell
Book Cover!!!


Oh my god!!! Would you look at that!!! It isn't a surprise to me that the cover was designed by Phatpuppy Art!! I have to say I'm in love with the background more than the front image AND the cat. ;)
I mean, there is NO way you can't know it's midnight in that image!! I also love how we can't see the girl's expression, giving us no insight as to what her feelings might be.

Anyway, let's read more about the book and the authors ;)

The Midnight Spell, publication, February, 2013

"

Best friends since kindergarten, Adam and Christy have always been the perpetual outsiders in their small town in Texas. The other kids call Adam gay and Christy a witch.

On both counts the bullies are right.

Their junior year in high school seems destined to be the same old same old until Christy decides to cast a love spell for Adam at the midnight hour. The next day an alluring and mysterious boy enrolls at school and sets hearts a flutter, including Adam’s. Meanwhile, Christy’s mad crush on the handsome football player Ian seems to be going nowhere fast and her witch puberty is making her life miserable.

When a great evil arrives in town that threatens everything they hold dear, the best friends realize that finding a boyfriend is the least of their worries. Soon Adam and Christy will have to battle a force of darkness that has killed in their town before, and will again.

"

AUTHOR BIOS


Rhiannon Frater:Rhiannon Frater is the award-winning author of the As the World Dies trilogy (The First Days, Fighting to Survive, Siege,) and the author of three other books: the vampire novels Pretty When She Dies and The Tale of the Vampire Bride and the young-adult zombie novel The Living Dead Boy and the Zombie Hunters.

Inspired to independently produce her work from the urging of her fans, she published The First Days in late 2008 and quickly gathered a cult following. She won the Dead Letter Award back-to-back for both The First Days and Fighting to Survive, the former of which the Harrisburg Book Examiner called ‘one of the best zombie books of the decade.’ Rhiannon is currently represented by Hannah Gordon of the Foundry + Literary Media agency. You may contact her by sending an email to rhiannonfrater@gmail.com.

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Kody Boye was born and raised in Southeastern Idaho. Since his initial publication in the Yellow Mama Webzine in 2007, he has gone on to sell nearly three-dozen stories to various markets. He is the author of the short story collection Amorous Things, the novella The Diary of Dakota Hammell, the zombie novel Sunrise and the dark fantasy novel Blood. His fiction has been described as ‘Surreal, beautiful and harrowing’ (Fantastic Horror,) while he himself has been heralded as a writer beyond his years(Bitten by Books.) He currently lives and writes in the Austin, Texas area.


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Thursday, November 22, 2012

A Break!

As you can see my beautiful people, lately I haven't been posting much...
But that's because I've be
en swallowed whole by tons of RL things... Specially...
House hunting!
We started the long and tiresome process almost 3 months ago and now I can officially and finally say...
WE ARE MOVING!!!!
Those of you who know me know the why of me and my fam, moving... And well, for those of you who don't.. let's just say... We were kind of scared of continuing living there...
Anyway...
Since we got the house, the keys were given to us just this afternoon... That means,
Packing!
You see... packing, for me, is kind of fun because I get to gather things for charity and toys to donate... But when it comes to other stuff... Have in mind that I still live with my family... We ALL 5, have to start packing as soon as we can... I myself cannot wait to start living, sleeping, eating, READING, and well everything at thenew place but argh... if you could see just how much stuff... You'd run away crying for help, trust me!
But see... packing is also bad for me... I am SERIOUSLY allergic to dust... not the sneeze sneeze kind of thing... but the sneeze!!!! snot, tears, swollen eyes to the point of blindness, kind of allergic... Take for instance, my mom JUST started packing some stuff and I merely PASSED THROUGH and now I am writing this with my nose feeling huge and my eyes tearing up all the time... I cannot stop sneezing for christs sake!
The point of thise whole ramble is, since everything is going to be kind of hectic around here lately and I am definitely not going to be able to post anythin at all this coming weekend... But lately I feel like I promise posts and other stuff on the blog and I never get to them so instead of promising that I am going to be back on full swing with reviews and posts this coming monday I rather just say I will take the whole week with the moving... And if in case I can come here early,well, I'll just surprise you guys!
Anyway... I LOVE YOU ALL!!!
Thanks so much for sticking with me through all these past 3 months with my crappy blogging or lack of it... :'(
But really really... This thing with the house was taking not only time but also a lot of space in my mind but hopefully that will end soon with the moving and hey... I shall take some pictures right??? <3<3<3<3
Thank you thank you!!!
Keep reading!!
Smile!!
Be thankful! QDLB!!!!!!
Oh, amd in case you wanted to know, I am currently rereading the NIGHT HUNTRESS series and I plan to reread THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS series after that, what do you think? Good idea? Bad?
Sorry for all the horrors and mistakes on the post... I didn't have time to get into my laptop :/ So my tablet will have to make do, for now.
See ya when I see ya!!
I shall VLOG from the new house soon people!!
Oooh, and the giveaway winners! I shall draw them next week :(
Sorry!
Sorry!
I will leave you now <3<3

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

-Book Shout Out!- Exiled & Shift by M.R. Merrick + Giveaway

I'm completely thrilled to be taking part in the blog tour for book #3 on The Protector Series by author M.R. Merrick, Release!! (See sidebar to know the day it'll stop by on BookPics)
I'm currently reading book 2, Shift and my review for Exiled

I cannot begin to tell you what a surprise these books have been to me, a good one...
Since Release it's almost out... I'm giving a shout-out to the 2 books that precede it!! 

With an excerpt for book one -Exiled- and a giveaway for book two -Shift- I hope you're more than willing to give this series a shot!
Here it goes!!
-Thanks Val and author M.R. Merrick for being awesome.-  




Power Will Flourish

Lives Will be Lost

Nothing, Will be Forgotten



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Chase Williams is a demon hunter in the Circle, or at least he was supposed to be. On his fifteenth birthday, Chase stepped up to the altar to claim his elemental power, but it never came. Elemental magic is passed down to a hunter through the bloodline, but on Chase's birthday, the bloodline stopped. 

Exiled without the Circle's protection, Chase has spent two years trying to survive a world riddled with half-demons and magic. When he has a run in with a frightened and seemingly innocent demon, he learns the Circle's agenda has changed: the Circle plans to unlock a portal and unleash pure-blood demons into the world. Vowing to stop them, and knowing he can't do it alone, Chase forms a reluctant alliance with Rayna - a sexy witch with an attitude and a secret. 

In their attempt to stop them however, Chase and Rayna find themselves in the middle of the Circle's plan, leaving one of them to decide what their friendship is worth, and the other's life depending on it.

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I’d had several jobs in the past year. This one I’d managed to keep for a few months. Most of my employers frowned on me coming to work with cuts and bruises all the time. It made for “poor presentation,” they’d say. I was thankful it hadn’t interfered with this job, yet.
I finished up my shift and had started my walk home from the burger joint when I felt it. A hunter doesn’t mistake the feeling that demons are around. It moves down your spine and chills your bones. Feeling it proved I was indeed a hunter, even without an element.
The August air was warm for the late hour, and a thick layer of sweat made my white shirt cling to me. I stopped and unzipped my duffle bag, locating the silver dagger inside. Silver was great no matter what you were fighting; it could do serious damage to anything of the Underworld.
The tingle shot down my spine again. If I focused, I could feel each hair on my neck rise. I saw a blur of movement across the street and watched it disappear into a shadowy alley. I moved across the street in a low crouch, resting my weight on the balls of my feet. I slowed my breathing and pulled the dagger from my bag before I slipped around the corner.
My senses were alive and strained to see movement, or hear the sound of feet shuffling against loose rocks. As a hunter, I could see well in the dark, though the only light came from a single flickering street lamp.
I was almost to the end of the alley when it hit. I couldn’t tell what “it” was, but it struck my back and launched me forward. My feet tumbled over my head and my back smashed hard into the concrete wall at the end of the alley. Hands grabbed me and lifted me to my feet, dragging me a few steps before throwing me back the other way. I flew through the air, hit the ground and rolled out into the street.
I used my momentum and came up on one knee to recover. My back burned where pavement had grated the skin off, but I pushed the pain aside as the figure stalked towards me.
“Your death will bring me great glory, hunter. Killing the son of Riley Williams will make me a legend among the Underworld,” the low voice gloated.
“That’s really great, good luck with that,” I said.
He smiled and the fangs that slid down from his gums were long and sharp. His pale skin started to thin as the vampire changed into his demon form.
Milky skin faded into transparent flesh, revealing the moving muscles beneath. Veins ran black through the vampire’s face and limbs, pushing against the thinning clear skin. Strange muscles in his hands pushed bony talons out over his finger nails, and the whites of his eyes disappeared, filling with an inky blackness. The dark orbs stared at me as his fanged mouth curled into a smile, and in a blur he sprang forward, talons swinging.
I ducked as they sliced through the air over my head. I brought the knife up into his stomach and twisted the blade before I pulled it out. Blood spilled onto the ground, but I knew the wound wasn’t enough to kill him. Cut off his head or pierce his black heart – those were my options. I could light him on fire, but I was fresh out of matches.
I brought my foot up and kicked the vampire back to give myself some room. I steadied myself, waiting for him to charge, but his body jerked and the point of a silver blade appeared in his chest before he could move.
The vamp’s body went limp and collapsed, then exploded in a flash of orange light. It burned away into a cloud of ash and littered the pavement, revealing the girl – of all things – who had beaten me to the kill.
Raven hair spilled over her pale shoulders with hints of red highlighting the occasional strand. A tight leather top revealed a sliver of toned stomach and a tease
of cleavage. Black pants hugged her hips and long slender legs and met knee-high boots. Her skin glistened in the light, but the most noticeable of her features were her eyes.
Bright green orbs sparkled with an odd glow: demon’s eyes. They had the slit pupils of a cat that I’d never seen on anything other than a house pet or a shifter in animal form. I slipped back into fight mode. I’d never watched one demon kill another, but I suppose for the fame of killing me, why not?
I lunged and threw a punch at her face, but she dodged it with ease.
“You almost messed up my kill,” she snarled, and I had barely enough time to dodge her powerful kick.
“Your kill? You stole it from me!” I swung my fist and hit her stomach. She bent over, winded, before she stepped back and caught her breath, regaining her stance and composure.
“Stole it? Please, I’d been tracking him for blocks.” She spun and caught my chin with the heel of her boot, snapping my head to the side. I rubbed my jaw where she’d hit me and smiled.
“Well then, I guess it’s a good thing I was here to slow him down. Who knows if you would have been able to catch him?”
She moved in for another kick but I was ready. I grabbed her foot and pushed her back. She fell to the ground but quickly came to her feet. “I would have gotten him just fine on my own. Hunting is an art. It would’ve gone on as long as I deemed necessary.”
“Call it hunting if you want, but a filthy demon killing her own kind is still just that: a filthy demon.” I could tell I’d offended her even before she hit me.
My eyes watered when her fist smashed into my nose and her foot connected with my stomach in quick succession. I jerked back to avoid the knee that flew towards my face and pushed it to the side, but she was already moving towards me.
Her hands hit my chest hard and I soared through the air for a long moment before I hit the ground. I felt a sharp pain shoot up through my spine and I could hear her laughter as I struggled to my feet.
“I have to admit I expected more from you, Chase, being the infamous son of Riley Williams and all.”
I gripped my dagger until my knuckles turned white and spoke through gritted teeth. “I’ll try not to disappoint.”
My fist hit her jawbone and made a loud crack. I came back with my other hand and wrapped it around her throat. I stepped into the movement and threw her forward in a burst of hunter’s strength. She slammed into the ground but recovered faster than I anticipated. Before I could brace myself she was on top of me.
I pulled her body down and we rolled over each other against the cold concrete until I was on top. I kept a handful of her hair wound tight in my fist and pushed my blade against her throat. “More what you expected?”
“Not really.” She smirked.
I felt the point of a knife pushing against my stomach. Before I could react, a commanding male voice came from behind us.
“Enough!” it boomed.
I didn’t take the knife or my eyes off the demon beneath me.
“But we were just starting to have fun,” she complained. The smile on her face was anything but threatening. If this was her idea of fun, I didn’t want to know what she considered boring.
“Rayna, enough,” the man repeated.
She sighed, sticking out her bottom lip in a pout before the knife left my skin. “Truce?” she said with an innocent face.
“Not a chance,” I replied, pushing the knife harder against her throat.
I was pulled away from Rayna and pressed against a wall, thick hands around my throat. I raised my blade but my opponent blocked and twisted my arm at an awkward angle. The man ripped the blade from my hand and I squirmed.
“Calm down, Chase. We are not here to hurt you,” the voice said. A complete shadow hung around the figure, moving as he moved.
“So she attacked me for fun?” I snapped.
“If we wanted you dead, you would be,” he said, releasing his grip, and I fell to the sidewalk. He stepped back slowly and the shadow peeled itself from his body. As it faded, it revealed a large man whose magic I’d never sensed before.
“If you don’t want to kill me, what do you want?” I asked.
The man reached forward, a large dark arm holding out my dagger. I wrapped my hand around it in confusion. The contrast of our skin was drastic; my pale flesh glowed against his midnight color and the size of his hand alone made me feel small.
“What Rayna told you was true. We were tracking the vampire, not you. Although I’m happy to finally meet you, I’d imagined this moment under different circumstances,” he said.
“There are ways to meet people besides attacking them.”
“I agree. You must forgive us; Rayna is quick to lash out when insulted.” My eyes met his and I couldn’t read his expression. I knew I hadn’t been polite, but I wasn’t about to apologize to a demon. “You know, your father would not have hesitated to kill her, no matter his position.”
“Congratulations, you’ve discovered I’m not my father. What the hell would you know about him anyways?”
He turned his head to the side and as the light hit his neck it revealed a tattoo. It was the one every hunter received after their ceremony. The one I never got.
The tattoo made me realize why he could bend the shadows; he was an air elemental and a powerful one at that. I had heard stories of hunters being able to work with shadows, but I’d never seen it done firsthand.
I looked him over, not sure what to think of a hunter working with a demon. He was taller than me by an inch, around six-foot three. His head was smooth shaven, though there was a small patch of hair under his lower lip. His skin seemed like a smooth dark chocolate. His body was large and square, broad shoulders making him a massive column of strength and power. He filled out a sharp black suit jacket and wore black loafers, leaving the only color on him a flash of bright blue dress shirt.
“You’re a hunter.”
“Once upon a time, yes I was.”
He broke eye contact and cleared his throat, extending his massive hand towards me. “Look at my manners. Let me introduce myself. I am Marcus Starkraven.”
My eyebrows shot up; I knew that name! “You’re supposed to be dead.”
“Is that what you heard?”
“You used to hunt with my father.”
He nodded slightly, but otherwise ignored the comment. “You already met Rayna,” he said, taking his unshaken hand back.
I looked at Rayna and got caught in the depths of her green, slit eyes.
“What are you doing with a demon?” I said, spitting out the last word like a curse.
“How’s your nose?” Rayna asked.
I touched it and looked at the blood on my fingers. “Lucky shot.”
She chuckled and stepped towards me. “Care to go again?” Marcus put an arm in front of her.
“Not what we’re doing right now,” he said.
“You didn’t answer my question.”
“She is my student. And my friend.”
I couldn’t respond. I didn’t believe it. A hunter being friends with a demon was unfathomable.
“I would have thought, being out in the real world, you’d have come to understand, Chase. Some Underworlders don’t fit the Circle’s black and white image of good and evil,” he said.
“The only Underworlders I’ve come across have tried to kill me.”
“Your name is feared by many in the Underworld. Your father has created quite the reputation for himself, so they fear you as well,” Marcus said.
I smirked. “As they should.”
He shook his head. “That wasn’t a compliment.


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Author Bio:
M.R. Merrick is a Canadian writer and author of The Protector Series, a Young Adult mash-up between Urban and Epic Fantasy. Having never traveled, he adventures to far off lands through his imagination and in between cups of coffee. As a music lover and proud breakfast enthusiast, he’s usually found at the computer between a pair of headphones and in front of a large bowl of cereal. 

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Thursday, November 15, 2012

-review- Exiled by M.R. Merrick


Goodreads Shortie:
Chase Williams is a demon hunter in the Circle, or at least he was supposed to be. On his fifteenth birthday, Chase stepped up to the altar to claim his elemental power, but it never came. Elemental magic is passed down to a hunter through the bloodline, but on Chase's birthday, the bloodline stopped.

Exiled without the Circle's protection, Chase has spent two years trying to survive a world riddled with half-demons and magic. When he has a run in with a frightened and seemingly innocent demon, he learns the Circle's agenda has changed...

******


The characters-scenery:
Well, I have to say... Rayna... That name completely made it for me...
It was awesome, unique-at least for me-and well I thought it suited the female main character PERFECTLY!
Chase's story was so well written. I literally could imagine every single thing that author Merrick described.

I instantly clicked with 3 characters. First it was Chase... being exiled from the only place you have ever known and which you considered a home must be awful and I felt for him. Then Rayna... because she's just that awesome and felt so real to me... And lastly... Marcus... because I have a crush on him... sue me *_*
Willy's mine so don't even try to look at him ¬_¬

Oh my clouds! The scenery!! If I could describe how amazing the description of it was I'd be writing down the whole book in here!! So... I rather you get the book and find it out yourself. Suffice it to say... nope... not going there.

-The more I walked, the more questions I had. I hated not being in control, but I hated not knowing what to believe even more.-


The Plot:
Since the first chapters of the book I 'thought' I knew what it was going to be about... Chase and his being exiled... But it was so much more than that... 
You not only get to know Chase's story but a bit of background to a lot of secondary characters as well but please don't get me started on Rayna... I love her story the most... Don't know why and I really won't try to explain it because it'll end up looking something like --->> ofknrgknñslkendvaenrgnaaaaaaahahhhhhhhhohclouds! <<--- 

Every single thing that happens will have you hanging... You'll scream for sure and you'll shudder. Trust me on that.
Vamps... Demons... every fantasy/paranormal creature played and as excellent spice to give this story the taste it has.
Which is heartbreaking, terrifying, and action-packed.

-"...Don't miss dinner Sunday. Demons don't get sick so don't use that excuse again or I'll be banging down this door."-

Oh My Cloud! My Poor Feelings:

I really have struggled a lot to write this review...
not because the book isn't/wasn't good and definitely NOT because I didn't like it...
On the contrary...
I felt that the book was a really really refreshing read... One I wasn't expecting to feel for as much as I did... One I thought I couldn't find a way to relate to and one whose characters would appeal to me so much I've already called dibs in one... or 3 of them.
I don't think I've ever read something like what the author wrote.

It was extremely, and when I say extremely, I mean... EXTREMELY new.

I did have one tiny trouble but I think I got through it well... As I said, I thought it was going to be more about the exile than any other thing... And at one point I thought the story had so much going on I couldn't keep up... I did actually go back a few chapters in between my reading to see if I hadn't missed any important events... 
But that was it... I felt overwhelmed for about 2 or 3 chapters at most... But then...

Of COURSE the author had to do THAT and my world came crashing and stumbling down until it shattered with a not-so-flattering sound.

I cried... I cried a lot... I don't know what else to say actually... Because if you ask me about ALL of the book... what I've taken with me? 
It's that ONE thing... that thing that will sure mark me in the time it will take me to read the sequels...
It hurt... literally... And I just had to stalk the author to let him know how amazing his writing is that he made me feel for his story's characters what I would feel for any real people any other day.

Besides... BookPics has a stop on the blog tour for the third book in the trilogy!!!! 'Release' so be sure to check on the sidebar the date and drop by!!

-"Mom, we're in this together. You and me, always."-


An extremely action-packed read that will leave you breathless and asking for more soon after turning the last page...
Maybe, being different isn't THAT bad... until...
Find out!

I give this book,
4fotitos=Genious crying.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Cover Obsession #18

Cover Obsession is a feature here on BookPics.
-I really don't know if anyone else does it as I do but I'm not trying to steal any other ideas out there-
In which I tell you what new book covers I'm completely in love with, pinning for, drooling over, tearing-up over, going all OH CLOUD! on and all the other AMAZING-FANTASTIC-AWESOME-BOOKPIC-LY verbs and adjectives and adverbs you can think of that just simply aren't enough to describe how I feel towards said covers so, 
I just go ahead and OBSESS over them :D
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Please people!! Can we have a break...
I mean... There's got to be some limit to how much I can obsess over one book cover...
My eyes hurt from all the gorgeousness plus my pockets are getting emptier and emptier by the minute... Even if the books don't come here...

Anyway.

I have this one book cover I'm obsessing over this day... I JUST found it and... boy! It is AWESOME!

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Ironskin by Tina Connolly
Would you look at THAT! I think I will never get tired of the smoke effects on book covers... SPECIALLY if they're well used and if they apply to the story of the book.
I loooove that this screams MYSTERY right from the start... with the creepy background and the girl hiding her face it's just a miracle OR the genre that has stopped me from harassing spamming making people to/buy it...
Anyway.
What do you think?
Like or no like??
Love? Hate?


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Any book covers you are loving this week?



Sunday, November 11, 2012

Stacking the Shelves #15

Stacking The Shelves is hosted by Tynga's Reviews. Where you can post all the books that you're adding to your shelves each week.
Inspired by TST IMMs' posts.

*****

Seriously you guys!
I should be sued for not posting much the past week :'( I'm sorry...
But well... Here I am showcasing the one book I purchased, I think... Like a week or so ago... 
You know I don't post much the eBooks I weekly get on my kindle because, seriously. I read printed books the most...
Anyway.
I got this one book or shall I say... Novella... With the sole purpose of owning it since I cannot imagine myself reading it until I can get the book that follows it...


Here's what will be stacking my shelves this week

-Or shall I say, kindle?
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Destroy Me by Tahereh Mafi [Shatter Me #1.5]

Okay, first of all, I have to say that... Even though I am NOT a fan of covers being redone... I do like this one and the new cover for Shatter Me though I definitely do NOT agree in the LEAST... About the whole change... I mean... the cover for book #2 Unravel Me, is basically the same as the first one with a few slight changes to the things surrounding the eye...

I don't see how this cover in particular relates to the story that it contains, nope I haven't read it but... As far as I know Juliette isn't telling this story but Warner... So the eye? Crying?? Um... not doing it for me...

BUT... But... To stop whining about the cover art work... I have got to say...
My eyes and heart are fighting this war against my body and mind to read this novella ASAP!!!
I mean.... Who wouldn't? What with how Shatter Me ended and how MUCH I loved, obsessed, cried, laughed, smiled, cried again, reading it... It's anyone's guess why my heart hasn't won... Maybe deep down it knows my body won't be able to survive or something...

Anyway... I got this and now I'm itching to read it <3333

What about you my beautiful BookPicERS??

What books will be stalking YOUR shelves this week?

Monday, November 5, 2012

-Cover Reveal- Pieces by Michelle Davidson Argyle

Hello my beautiful people!
What other better way to start the week than revealing a cover for a book I'm dying to read!!!
T_________T
I'm still pinning for the first one, there's just something about the description that has me hanging on its every word... Seriously I don't know why I don't own it... Will have to fix that as soon as I can!

Anyway...

Take a look at the synopsis of the book:

***Two years after watching her kidnappers go to prison, Naomi Jensen is still in love with one of them. Jesse will be released in a few years, and Naomi knows college is the perfect distraction while she waits. But when her new friend Finn makes her question what is right and what is wrong, she begins to wonder if Jesse is the one for her … until she discovers he's out on parole. Naomi must sort through her confusion to figure out where love and freedom truly lie—in Finn, who has no connections to her past, or Jesse, who has just asked her to run away with him.

Pieces is a companion to The Breakaway and can be read independently, if desired.***

Now, I present you. The pretty!!!

-Image links to goodreads page.-
I really really like it... Makes you wonder just what happened... What is happening and what will happen... I also like that they stayed with the same theme... Girl on cover without showing her face.

Pieces will be released on February 14th, 2013 by Rhemalda Publishing.

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Author Bio:
Michelle lives and writes in Utah, surrounded by the Rocky Mountains. She loves the seasons, but late summer and early fall are her favorites. She adores chocolate, sushi, and lots of ethnic food, and loves to read and write books in whatever time she can grab between her sword-wielding husband and energetic daughter. She believes a simple life is the best life.

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The tour for Pieces will be organized by Xpresoo Book Tours and it will  run mid-February. The sign up post is already up and you check it out by going HERE.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Away for a bit..

Hi my beautiful people!
I'm writing a short post just to let you know that I won't be here today, Friday Nov. 2nd and tomorrow, saturday Nov. 3rd.
I seriously don't know how it slipped my mind... but it's kind of like a holiday so there you have it.

--Yes, this means I won't be able to draw any winner on the giveaways nor contac them... So I might as well open them a week more... stop by on monday and you'll be able to enter, if you haven't still, for all next week so do not fret ;) --

I had planned on posting 2 reviews but obviously that is NOT happening :'(
Anyway,
Hope you all have a lovely weekend and read tons!!!

I started rererererereading the Night Huntress series just yesterday... I'm almost done with the first one...
I seriously didn't know it was possible... but, apparently I have fallen even more deeply in love with Bones...

We shall do something fun next week!! When I'm home from my short trip hehehehe.
Say like... a read along on some book??
A mini Reading Challenge??
Who knows, I'm all about dreaming BIG <3<3<3<3

Alba--