About the book
Lies. Betrayal. Destiny. A choice that changes everything.
My name is Juliet Wildfire Stone, and I am special. I see visions and hear voices, and I have no idea what they mean.
When someone murders medicine men in my sleepy Arizona town, I can’t help but worry my crazy grandfather is involved. He’s a medicine man and more than a just a little eccentric. He likes to tell me stories about the Great Wind Spirit and Coyote, but none of it makes any sense. I thought I knew the truth, but in order to clear his name I dive into his alien world and uncover an ancient secret society formed over two hundred years ago to keep me safe—me! And I can’t help but to start to wonder whether there’s some truth to those old stories my grandfather has been telling me.
I just want to be an average sixteen-year-old girl, but apparently I’ve never been average. Could never be average. I didn’t know it before, but I’m a Chosen, and those voices I’ve been hearing… well, they’re not just “voices.” I’ve started to develop abilities, but they might not be enough. A powerful entity called a Seeker is hunting me and he’s close—really close.
I thought I knew the answers but truth is, I don’t. Betrayed by those I love, I must choose to run or risk everything in order to fulfill my destiny. I hope I make the right choice. Don’t you? (Blurb copied from Amazon)
Last month I posted my list of goals for the year and there were only six things on that list: read 3 books a month, write in my Q&A A Day For Writers journal, practice yoga, play ultimate, eat healthy and learn about chakras, meditation, etc.
These “goals” were more like “things I want to do this year” and I wanted to be pretty chill about them because I didn’t want to pressure myself. Anyway, a month into the new year I realized that some of these goals will really have to take a backseat if I focus on one or two because that’s exactly what happened.
Last year we featured the book Rarity from the Hollow, a unique science fiction novel by author Robert Eggleton. The new edition was just released recently so we’re featuring it again!
I find this book really intriguing but I have yet to read it (I haven’t been reading this month gah!). According to the author the book is “not hard science fiction and includes elements of fantasy, everyday horror, a ghost – so it’s a little paranormal, true-love type romance, mystery, and adventure.” The book also addresses social issues like child abuse, domestic violence, poverty, mental health, as well as local and intergalactic economics.
Anyway, please read on to know more about the book and support this author!
I just joined a new book site called LitRing and it’s pretty cool. If you’re a reader you get access to book promotions, giveaways, reading challenges and a curated list of book recos in your favorite genres!
Read more about it below and check out their website!
What is LitRing?
For starters, it’s a great way to connect readers to authors they’ll love with a fun quiz that determines what authors on the LitRing site are a great fit for you! If you’re a reader, just click the link below and get started! The quiz is fun, a great distraction from your day to day, and has loads of authors connected to it to make sure you get results you’ll enjoy! You can also join the reader newsletter to stay updated & get notified when books go on sale & more!
Wait…what about us authors over here? How do we get involved?
For starters, LitRing runs a whole bunch of promotions to help connect you to new readers, drip campaigns to build your newsletter lists, and a facebook groups where you can pitch ideas, ask questions, and connect with other authors for group promotions and more!
Sign up for the author newsletter and see what’s going on at www.LitRing.com/authors.
Today we’re featuring Insidious, Book 1 of The Marked Mage Chronicles by Victoria Evers! I don’t usually feature romance on this blog but when I read the blurb for Insidious I thought it was intriguing.
Read on to know more about the book and check out my review! You can also read an excerpt if you’re curious! Of course, don’t forget to enter the giveaway for a chance to win an Amazon gift card!
Continue reading “Review of Insidious by Victoria Evers (Blog Tour and Giveaway)”
Hey, folks! Here we are again, aren’t we? It’s the start of another year and I’m sure most of us are just bursting with plans and goals. Well, I hope you guys are because I think it’s always a good thing whether we get around to doing them or not. You’ve got to have something to start on to start, right? Or whatever hahahhh.
Anyway, I do have a few goal-like things (hah!), some of which are kinda the same or similar to the plans and goals I’ve had for the last few years. Hey, I don’t like giving up! But I’ve learned to make things simpler and a little more specific. I mean, “SMART” goals, right? Well, I try.
It’s the holidays and there’s so much to be thankful for and so much to look forward to in the new year, so I thought I’d join this giveaway hop to show my gratitude to everyone and anyone who even takes a peek at this blog and, of course, to spread some good cheer!
Let’s keep it simple – all you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter below for a chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card or a $10 book from Book Depository (as long as they ship to you for free!). Good luck, everyone! Happy Holidays to you and yours! :)
Today we’re featuring Red Death, the latest book by author Jeff Altabef. Jeff and his daughter Erynn have just finished launching the last book in their The Chosen Series so now it’s time for something new!
Read more about Red Death below and check out my review! And, of course, check out the blog tour giveaway! Have fun and goodluck! :)
We watched Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them last weekend and holy crap it was awesome. I remember feeling so grateful for the creators and the technology for making the magic come alive onscreen and I was also thinking to myself how awesome it would be to live in that magical world. Yeah, I freakin’ loved it.