Monday, October 21, 2013

Announcing the Winner of the Signed Copy of Kill Me

I wanted to thank everyone for participating in this giveaway. It's a great feeling to see my book-baby getting passed around the inter-webs :-) I've let the Rafflecopter gadget select a winner and I'm thrilled to see who won!

The winner is... Janna W. !!!

I've sent email notification out, so Janna check your email!

Ciao'


Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Freebie Notice and Contest for a Signed Paperback Copy of Kill Me!

Good news, then great news... ok?

 First, I had a few more promo free days available for Kill Me this month and I almost forgot to use them! So I set the novel free today (October 15, 2013) through Friday night at midnight. So, go on and snag your free copy of the ebook that has been called "wicked fun" and "not your daughter's paranormal" while you can!

Free on Amazon Now!
http://www.amazon.com/Kill-Me-ebook/dp/B007UPOLR6






Secondly, I'd really like to get the word out about the promotion, so I've decided to offer up a SIGNED paperback copy of Kill Me as well to one lucky winner. Check out the 'lil widget below and get your entries counted today :-)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Fall Reading Binge

It's no secret I read a lot, but what you might not know is that I tend to binge-read over short periods of time. I might go a month without reading more than a news headline, and then life slows down for a second and I devour six books in five days.

Some might say books are my addiction (like the Hubs) but I say they offer a way for my mind to tune out the chaos of daily living and offer a mini-vacation for my soul. How do you see it?

A smattering of books I've read recently:

Falling Into You (Falling, #1)Falling Into You by Jasinda Wilder

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Superb... heart-wrenching, tragic, redemptive, poetic, and extremely well written. And it's steamy. What more could you ask for in a novel? If you like your romance with a bit of dark and twisty, this book is for you. And even if you normally go for something lighter, don't pass this book up. I promise, you won't regret it!



The Shoppe of SpellsThe Shoppe of Spells by Shanon Grey

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This is a very creative, well-written novel with an interesting premise. In fact, it's one of the more creative and original ones that I've read in a while. I loved the magic / otherwordly aspect of it, the suspense kept me up way past my bed time and the central romance was electrifying ;-) Def. a recommended read!




Easy Bake Coven (Easy Bake Coven, #1)Easy Bake Coven by Liz Schulte

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This was a great book-- fun to read, witty and complex. I loved the characters and how they all interacted. The magic elements are well done and inventive, and our heroine Selene can do some seriously cool stuff. The spice level is well-done and loved how the star-crossed history kept being revealed in bits and pieces. A great introduction to a newer paranormal series and to the author. I will be snagging book two this weekend, and check out Schulte's other works shortly too!




Hex and the Single Witch (Vehicle City Vampires #1)Hex and the Single Witch by Roxanne Rhoads

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Hex and the Single Witch is a steamy, compelling paranormal / Urban fantasy. I enjoyed the setting, cast of interesting characters and, of course, the heat level. The "world" Ms. Rhoads has created is one full of magic and Otherworldly creatures, which live along side the normal humans-- so someone has to bridge the divide and try to keep the peace by being part of an elite police unit. And that someone is a witch with limited abilities (or so it may seem), a saucy best friend and Magic-Tech-nerd, an always-flirting partner and a make-you-melt Vamp with a sorrid past. Throw in a few randy hexes and you've got yourself all the trappings for a page turner.

Can't wait to read book two in the series!