Thursday, January 31, 2013

^Spotlight^ Altered by Aubrey Coletti

Welcome to my Spotlight post for the Altered by Aubrey Coletti 
Tour hosted by AToMR!

When Toni, Joseph and Charlie arrive at their new boarding school, they are glad to leave their families — and respective problems — behind. Isolated as boarders, they meet a handsome senior with a personality like iced snake’s blood, teachers with a penchant for physical punishment, and four other outcasts who reveal that their being brought to the Academy wasn’t random at all. When the arrivals discover that their new school is engaged in “behavior modification” through electric shocks, isolation, restraints, and an ever-evolving set of methods to “fix” them, they declare war on their Academy. During their campaign of sabotage, they fight, hate, scorn, love, and begin to uncover the reasons why they were brought to the school. But as their war against the school escalates beyond their control, will they become the very things the Academy believes they are: dangerous, delinquent — and mad?

Release Date: June 6, 2012
Published By:  Escape Artist Press
Paperback & E-copy 

About the Author

I am a twenty year old singer, songwriter, choreographer, and author of the novel "Altered", book one in The Academy series. I value my fans above all else.
Find Her:

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday: The Beautiful and the Cursed

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event that is hosted by Jill at 
Breaking the Spine and spotlights upcoming releases that we're 
eagerly anticipating.

This week I am waiting on this beauty!!
After a bizarre accident, Ingrid Waverly is forced to leave London with her mother and younger sister, Gabby, trading a world full of fancy dresses and society events for the unfamiliar city of Paris.
In Paris there are no grand balls or glittering parties, and, disturbingly, the house Ingrid’s twin brother, Grayson, found for them isn’t a house at all. It’s an abandoned abbey, its roof lined with stone gargoyles that could almost be mistaken for living, breathing creatures.
And Grayson has gone missing.
No one seems to know of his whereabouts but Luc, a devastatingly handsome servant at their new home.
Ingrid is sure her twin isn’t dead—she can feel it deep in her soul—but she knows he’s in grave danger. It will be up to her and Gabby to navigate the twisted path to Grayson, a path that will lead Ingrid on a discovery of dark secrets and otherworldly truths. And she’ll learn that once they are uncovered, they can never again be buried.

Expected Release: May 14, 2013
Published by:  Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Format: Hardcover, 400 pages 

Why I am Waiting

  1. Dark secrets...  Need I say more? DARK!
  2. The cover is beautiful and kind of dramatic.  I really like the colours used and the way it is presented.
  3. Okay tell me you aren't curious about Luc!
  4. Have to know what otherworldly truths are used in this one!  
What are you waiting on this week?!

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

**REVIEW** The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe

It starts with an itch you just can't shake. Then comes a fever and a tickle in your throat. A few days later, you'll be blabbing your secrets and chatting with strangers like they’re old friends. Three more, and the paranoid hallucinations kick in. 
And then you're dead.
When sixteen-year-old Kaelyn lets her best friend leave for school without saying goodbye, she never dreams that she might not see him again. But then a strange virus begins to sweep through her small island community, infecting young and old alike. As the dead pile up, the government quarantines the island: no one can leave, and no one can come back.
Those still healthy must fight for the island’s dwindling supplies, or lose all chance of survival. As everything familiar comes crashing down, Kaelyn joins forces with a former rival and discovers a new love in the midst of heartbreak. When the virus starts to rob her of friends and family, she clings to the belief that there must be a way to save the people she holds dearest.
Because how will she go on if there isn't?
Poignant and dizzying, The Way We Fall is the heart-wrenching story of one girl's bravery and unbeatable spirit as she challenges not just her fears, but her sense of what makes life worth living.

Release Date: January 24, 2012
Published By:  Disney-Hyperion
Review Copy: Hardcover, 309 pages



  I was under this odd impression that this book was some form of dystopian or post apocalyptic novel.  I have no idea why really rather than the mention of the super virus that seems to kill everyone there is not a single thing that would suggest that.  Also lets face it we prefer to think that things like that wont happen now but many years from now.  The fact is though that virus mutate and become stronger all of the time.  This book hit me with a creepy reality that I have not often felt with books.  There are a few other out there that have this type of representation but fact of the matter is it's harder to digest when it is possible.

 The story itself was presented quite uniquely.  It's presented through a series of journal entries to a boy that the MC used to be best friends with.  Before everything started she was trying to fin the courage to actually speak to him and make some changes in her own life.  The only flaw I found in this was that there were times that the journal entry seemingly ended and you were reading what was unfolding with no indication that she had stopped writing.  Truth be told it really isn't that big of a deal but I found myself noticing it nd figured I would put it out there.  The other thing is it may just be me.  Rather than that I found that the story was captivating and moved at a good pace.

Kaelyn was an interesting main character.  Like many out there now she wasn't the centre of attention and only really had a few actual friends.  Her moving away from the Island then back seemed to have changed her and the way people looked at her.  For the most part she was a likeable character and really easy to read.  There were times that I honestly thought she was a bit whiny but then she would do something to rectify those thoughts.  She really showed her true colours when it came down to having to care for her cousin and she really shined just over half way through the book.  Kae grew as a character and really came to realize that maybe some of the things she thought she knew and had assumed were wrong.

  The secondary charaters in this novel were okay and for the most part felt a little one dimensional.  This is probably due to it being written from Kaelyn's perspective and in a journalistic way.  They do however have some life to them.  Basically I would like to have gotten to know the love interest a little better.  Gav comes in a bit further into the story and though you do get some information on him and a glimpse into who he really is, there is a lot left to be desired.  The relationship that develops between him and Kae though quick is believable.  Given the situation I understood how they could develope the feeling that they did and I appreciated that there was no instant I love you and I can't live with out you.

  The Lives We Lost is currently sitting on my shelf begging to be read.  Ther are certain hopes I have for it now that I get what the books are.  I want to know about the virus and if it made it to the main land.  Also what happened to Drew and what about all of the orphaned children?   There was actually a lot left unsaid and untied, so I find myself looking forward to the next installment and am kind of glad I procasinated with this one.  Not sure I would feel the same if I didn't know the next book was within reach.
Everyone still seems standoffish, like they suspect the me they knew five years ago might have gotten replaced by a pod person while I was in Toronto.  I haven't managed anything other than "Hi" so far.  But hey, it's a start.

I wish people were as easy to understand as animals.  You give a dog a treat, it's happy.  You yank its tail, it's angry.  Obvious cause and effect.

And all of a sudden I was furious.  At the government for imposing the quarantine.  At Dad for not having found a cure in time.  At Mom for making us move back here.  At everyone.

I touched my mother for the first time in a week, and it made me absolutely petrified.  That's how warped my life is now.

"You're always threatening me with violence," he said, his breath warm against my ear.  "What's that all about?""You're the one teaching me  how to hit people," I pointed out."You're saying I'm a bad influence, then?" he asked.  I could feel his grin."Oh, definitely," I said.   

Monday, January 28, 2013

It's HERE!! Hidden Gates by D.T. Dyllin {Character Bio & Top 5}

I have mad love for this author and novel.  It was one of the first N/A novels I read and I was instantly hooked.  Dara is talented and created a seriously addictive story.  While laying in wait for book#2 Dara got picked up by a publisher delaying the release of book #2 but creating some more serious awesome along the way!  Dara's original Enemy at the Gates has been revamped and redone and is now the wonderful Hidden Gates!!  This is a series that you need to invest in.  I wish I could tell you why but I don't want to ruin the surprise when you read it!!!  So here is the book and P.J!  You can pick up your kindle copy NOW but don't forget to Pre-Order you physical copy for its release on February 28!!!!!

For P.J. Stone, being a “Seer” who has never seen anything is less than fun. And P.J. isn’t known for her patience.
To make matters worse, she must choose a suitable mate to continue the Seer bloodline. Duty always comes before her heart…at least that’s what her parents taught her. When she finds herself wanting someone who is considered off-limits, P.J. is forced to question everything she believes.
As if navigating her love life isn’t complicated enough, P.J. finally receives a vision—of a threat to her world that only she can perceive. But no one will believe a fledgling Seer’s warnings. With nowhere else to turn, she may decide to trust a stranger with her life, her world, and maybe even her heart.
Kindle e-books Release
Release Date: January 24, 2013
 Published By: Dragonfairy Press

So the physical copies wont be released until February 28, 2013 but trust me you don't 
want to wait!

So today for you I have P.J. the awesome main character of the Hidden Gates Trilogy!   Well her and the Top 5 songs you would find on her IPod!!  I love P.J.  she is a strong and determined character.  It's hard to make this girl change her mind once she has decided what she wants!

P.J. Stone

Name: P.J. Stone
Description: 5’9”, long red hair, green eyes.
Job: High School Senior/ Seer in training
Age: 18
Birthday: September 23rd
Zodiac sign: Virgo
Best friend: Bryn O’Bannon
Favorite movie: The Last Unicorn
Favorite place to hang: Anywhere Bryn is.
Favorite type of food: Italian
Quote: “I wanna be with you, Bryn. I don’t wanna be with anyone else. Ever.” 

Top 5 Songs You Would Find on Her IPod

1) The End is Where We Begin by Our Lady Peace
2) Fake It by Seether
3) Chalk Outline by Three Days Grace
4) Until the Day I Die by Story of the Year
5) No Matter What by Papa Roach

Dara is also holding an giveaway over on Facebook!! It is for a Kindle Fire and 3 e-copies of her book! Only 3 days left so go and enter HERE

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Weekly Report: Waves, Danger and Paradise

Weekly Report is my way of showing you from week to week (most of the time) what new books I received and what has gone on in the past week.  
So basically it's a report for all the awesome that I got and shared!
(Originally I posted IMM by Story Siren this is just my version)
*note * all book names lead to GR page.

For Review

Heart Waves by Danielle Sibarium
Breaking Waves by Danielle Sibarium

Thank you to Danielle Sibarium for sending these to me for the Breaking Waves Tour organized by the wonderful Jessirae over on Words, Pages and Books.  Click on the link to see where the tour stops!! My stop is February 15 and I am super excited about it!! I have read Heart Waves already and LOVED it!!


Dangerous Boy by Mandy Hubbard
Splintered by A.G. Howard

 Hereafter by Tara Hudson

Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel

From because I still have GC from Christmas.

Gates of Paradise by Melissa de la Cruz

And all the wonderful swag!  This was from the Halloween extravaganza that was held at the end of October.  They had about a million things to mail out and a bunch of giveaways and was super excited to see this in the mail! 

THANK YOU Jessica from Confessions of a Bookaholic


Mindee Arnett was WONDERFUL and sent me this swag!!! I can't even tell you how excited I am to get my hands on the Nightmare Affair and getting this made me happy dance! THANK YOU!!!

What Went On!

So I'm not going to lie to you guys, if you haven't noticed this post is late...  So this week I am only going to link up my current Giveaways.  

Tour Wide Giveaways:

Interred by Marilyn Almodovar 
Provex City by Micheal Pierce 
Double Cover Reveal & Double Giveaway

Personal Giveaways

Blue Bloods PB Book of Choice
$20 to the BD to Celebrate Spare Time Book Blogs Birthday! 

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to link me up to your post
sharing what goodies you got!! 

Saturday, January 26, 2013

{Tour Stop} **REVIEW & GIVEAWAY** Interred by Marilyn Almodovar

Welcome to my stop on the Interred Blog Tour hosted by YA Bound! Click HERE to check out the rest of the tour schedule!  Don't forget to enter 
the giveaway at the bottom of the page!!

Time has never been an issue for Baxter Jacobs, but then she never knew she had the ability to Bend it.
As her sixteenth birthday approaches, Baxter inherits a pendant that will change her life. Connected to the pendant is a dark and mysterious young man named Declan Ashdown. Trapped in a Time loop for the past 122 years, Declan needs Baxter’s help to escape. The only problem is, she has no idea how to do it.
To acquire the power she needs to free him, she’ll become one of the Interred, those whose Magical abilities emerge as they come of age. When she does, she’ll discover that Declan isn’t the only one interested in the fact that she’s a Time Bender.
As the Interment arrives, Baxter knows this will be no Sweet Sixteen. A vengeful relative and ruthless Council are determined to control her. Declan’s powerful and charming descendant, Jack Ashdown, claims he can save her. She’ll soon have to decide who she can trust, and how to master her new abilities before Time runs out.

Release Date: January 22, 2013
Published By:  Iambe Books
Review Copy: Mobi. 
**review copy provided for tour
Buy it:


Two things that I am enjoying reading more and more are: Visions and Time Travel.  The problem with time travel is not everyone can pull it off.  You have to get the facts right and know about the time in which people travel to and do it well.  Interred was a great read when it came to the time travel.  Exciting and fresh enough to enjoy, the places mentioned were easy enough to picture and become a part of.   The author was able to weave mystery, adventure, romance and many different magics into one with creating a jumbled up mess.

  The story itself based around Baxter and a life that she didn't know existed was wonderful.  I mean not for her but the way it was presented and the reasoning behind it made sense.  The deal is that upon their sixteenth birthday they gain magical abilities specific to them.  They are Interred, cut off from everything/everyone they know and tested to see just what they are capable of.  I was slightly confused with the series of events after this started and a few moments after that but I did enjoy the action and non stop fight that Baxter put up. Truth be told I found myself slightly confused a couple of times throughout the story including once near the end.  This however did not take away from the story but had me pushing forward to figure it all out.

  Baxter was so fun to read.  She has personality and frequently I smiled at her inner commentary and sarcasm!  To top it off she was smart and didn't back down.  Which isn't exactly the easiest task when you loose everything you know and love to everything new and unfamiliar!  Especially when it is a world so filled to the brim with betrayl and  deception that you don't know who to trust.  There was so much going on that I expected her several time to be rash and jump into something but mostly she kept herself collected and managed the situation well.  As a main character Baxter did her job and did it well.  She will keep you engaged in the story with her voice and her attitude and way of interacting made he relatable.

  Now I know some of you will exhale loudly when I mention this but there are two guys to this story.  Jack and Declan.  Problem here was Baxter didn't know who she could trust.  Truth be told,  didn't know who to trust out of h two of them for th most part.  Declan is kin of the forbidden fruit, you know the guy that it will just never really be possible to be with.  His strong negative attitude and bossy demeanour was most of who he is but the rest of  him seemingly cared for Baxter, though I couldn't shake the feeling of something being hidden.  With Jack I was instantly hooked but I think that Baxter didn't feel what I did and for good reasons.  Jack is supposed to be her Healer but his loyalties seemed questionable at best to start.  Basically she debated between two guy that had basically all the same downfalls.  Well seemed that way to me.

  I really did enjoy this read.  Though I didn't find it non-put downable to start by about 40-50% of the way through.  Then I found that the pages turned faster and my curiosity was piqued.  I look forward to reading more on Baxter and her time bending!  Also I kind of want to know what happened to Declan and how everything will proceed from here.

Because I want to know what's going on, I opt to stand beside my mother... but I can't help but wonder if I'm insane for placing myself next to a woman who looks like a ticking time bomb.

"I'm so happy you're here.  Jess and I were going to call on you later." Ava says, clearly excited.  I hope to heaven she's not incontinent.  If she was a pup, she would have wet the whole floor already.

Our motto, Fide et marte, seems appropriate.  By faith and by war.  Most of the  time I think I believe in it.  I have faith in my mother, and I'm getting ready for war to show off whatever talents I have.

"We should go back to the office space and sleep."  My skin heats up like a street in the summertime.  It's then that I wonder how the hell I'm going to sleep when he kissed me the way he did... and when he keeps touching me,  Hormones.  Stupid hormones.

Author Bio

Marilyn Almodóvar is the author of a series of YA paranormal novels. Born in Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, Lyn is a lover of words whose reading tastes range from Victorian novels to the books of Stephen King. Her favorite past-times have always been reading and writing, two activities that let her escape to other worlds.
It was this love that propelled her to choose Theater and French as majors in University, with a minor in English Victorian Literature. Lyn lived for almost a decade in England followed by three years in France before returning home to the States. A self-confessed citizen of the world, she is fluent in English, French and Spanish, with basic knowledge of the Italian language.Lyn could happily exist breathing the clean air of Narnia, trapped in a cupboard under the stairs with Harry, fighting alongside Captain Jack Sparrow, doing an internship in Torchwood, or traveling around time and space with the Doctor…as long as she can have Mr. Spock, Captain Kirk and Captain Mal as companions.
Lyn currently lives in Central Florida with her French husband, English-born eldest son, and French-born youngest son. Her debut YA Novel, Interred, will be published by Iambe books on 01/22/2013.

Find Her:
Website / Twitter / Goodreads / Facebook


So as an awesome tour wide giveaway some great prizes are being 
offered up!!!  Here's what you can win:

- One signed paperback of Interred
- One autographed Interred tote bag
- One onyx pendant inspired by the book
- One angel pin inspired by the book
- Misc. book swag (magnet, wristband, postcard, phone skin)

Friday, January 25, 2013

**REVIEW & GIVEAWAY** Everblue by Brenda Pandos

She wanted her life to change... he wanted his to stay the same.
Best friends share everything with each other. Or do they? Seventeen-year-old Ashlyn Frances Lanski is tired of her boring, single life. Spending time with her best friend Tatiana, dreaming about kissing Tatiana's twin brother Fin, and swimming competitively are her   sanctuary. The girls plan to leave their drab lakeside town far behind for college. But when Tatchi fails to return home after a family emergency, and no one knows where the family has gone, Ash chooses to do something drastic to find them. 
Ashlyn is about to discover what she'd thought to be true her whole life, wasn't, and the truth, too fantastical to imagine. Secrets lurk beneath the deep blue waters of Lake Tahoe, secrets that will change Ashlyn's life forever.

Release Date: July 30, 2011
Published By:  Obsidian Mountain Publishing 
Review Copy: Paperback, 304 pages
*provided by author in turn for honest review 


  It is far from a secret that I am a huge fan of Mermaids.  Have been ever since  I first watched The Little Mermaid.  Though this is no Little Mermaid tale, it was something new and different that I easily found myself lost in and had no problem reading it from start to finish.  When I say start I mean I had to take a few moment to appreciate the beautiful cover.  Seriously how could you look at this one and not pick it up for the cover alone?!  What is between the pages speaks volumes but the cover will draw your attention to start!!

  The story is extremely well written.  Everblue takes place at Lake Tahoe and despite the fact that I have never been there or really even seen picture of it, it was amazing easy to picture the town, lake and people within it.  Then you get to the underwater world: Natatoria.  This world was truly breathtaking and I loved the way the community was done with such detail.  I had to agree with Fin and Tatiana when it came down to how it was run though and was happy that their parents allowed them for the most part to be different.  Another thing that was really enjoyable about the writing was that it was done from both Ash and Fin's point of view and I love me some multiple point of views when reading! 

  Ashlyn is such an interesting character and I loved her from the get go.  She isn't hung up with the every day happenings and gossip.  Though she did keep tabs on it for the sake of her best friend.  Her best friend that is "home schooled" and plans on leaving with her to go to college as soon as they graduate.  When Tatiana just up and leaves Ash wont let it go and is determined to find out what really happened to her best friend and her brother.  The brother that she just happens to have a crush on!  Ash is really the kind of friend that you want to have, loyal and determined.  Throughout the book she was easy to relate to and fun to read!

  The other end of the writing is done from one of the hottest Mermen out there: Fin.  I don't even know where to start with him!!  First impression said *swoon* and then I was all over it.  His stubborn obsession with remaining loyal to a world that was dictated by old rules and needed change picked at me a little bit.  He did learn while he was there and made some of his own choices that kind of redeemed him in the end for me.  Not that I didn't ever love him but I had a hard time waiting for him to open his eyes to see what was really going on around him.

  Though Ash and Fin are the two main characters and were well done, the secondary characters were not completely flat.  I loved that everyone got some dimension to them.  The role that they played kind of determined how detailed they were.  Basically everything in this novel was well written and easy to picture as stated above.  I was a little pulled back with the ending but that is mostly because I don't have the next book in my possession and trust me once you start this series there will be no going back!!  Without question this is one of my favorite Mer books!!! 

"Son, ya need to keep focused."  He grabbed my hand and yanked me off the seabed.  "Get your head out of yer arse and hold your fin up like this."

A pang of dread hit my stomach.  His family still hadn't returned-each day making me crazy with worry.  What could have possibly happened that they'd abandon their business?

I leaned onto the couch cushion and sobbed.  A piece of my soul felt like it was dying and I didn't know how to fix it.  The only time I'd felt whole since the accident was when Fin took my arm in the middle of living room.

Her eyes sparkled. "I've always known you were special.""Or genetically mutated.""In the most adorable way." She mussed up my hair and planted a kiss on my nose. 

So Brenda was super nice and sent along some extra swag for me to give away!!  So in celebration of this review 4 people will get a Everblue swag pack!!!
So 4 people will get:
1 Evergreen Bookmark
1 Everblue Bookmark
1 Postcard
Everything is signed!!

Thursday, January 24, 2013

{Tour Stop} Provex City by Micheal Pierce *REVIEW & GIVEAWAY DETAILS*

I'm happy to be a part of this tour and glad that you have a moment
to stop and check out my, well stop.  This book was a pleasant surprise
and if you check out the bottom of the post you have MANY chances 
to win yourself a copy. 

Fifteen-year-old Oliver Grain begins his school year fighting off bullies, learning about the boy who committed suicide in his room, and trying to understand why his history teacher, Mr. Gordon, has taken such a personal interest in him.
Do you believe in ghosts? Do you believe you can make bullies simply disappear? Do you believe you can walk through walls?
Mr. Gordon tells Oliver: "When you truly believe anything is possible, you will be able to open doors where there were only walls." And one of those doors leads Oliver to Provex City, which puts him in far greater danger than he can possibly fathom.

 Release Date: April 14, 2012
Review Copy: Paperback, 324 pages
*copy provided by Author for tour



  When contacted about reviewing this book I honestly wasn't sure what to think.  I thought it sounded interesting enough and the book was by an Indie author so I figured I would give it a go.  Basically I'm glad I did and got everything that was expected out of it and a little more.  The start of the book was a little slow for me and I was worried but there was really no need because really once you get into it everything starts to make sense.  Well that and the prologue piques your interest as to what is really going on.

  Oliver doesn't remember anything of his life before the fire that took his fathers life.  It's like his life is a blur before the fire and no one seems to focus on this or even worry.  Moving and getting bullied is basically the least of this guys problems.  I loved that he was a teenage boy no matter what happened.  His hormones and quick to the gun decisions guided him.  He is constantly feels like he lives in the shadow of his older brother and to be honest I wasn't his biggest fan for the most part but there were forces at work with him.  I really did end up liking Oliver though, he really ended up being a strong character and his confusion and weakness really started to clear up.

  Rather than Oliver the other character that really stuck out to me was Desiree.  I kept thinking I liked her and then she would do something that confused that crap out of me.  On the outside she is cheery and welcoming but there is something more that is never explained or came to the surface with her.  She didn't really seem happy with her boyfriend and when Oliver starts dating her best friend by her persuasion she seems jealous.  There are many more moments like that throughout the book and really I wish I knew what was really going on.  Honestly there has to be more than a bi-polar acting girl. Some sort of secret that she is hiding or a reason for her odd behavior patterns.

  The story itself was a little confusing to start and I had to get over a little initial hesitation to really immerse myself.   Once I had a better grasp of what was really going on and the fog started to clear it was easy to breeze through the rest.  The fact that this was expected to be a fantasy right of the hop may have had something to do with the confusion.  It was far more of a mystery type novel to start and actually even when the fantasy started the mystery still continued.  Basically what I am trying to say is that the book is a mystery/fantasy.  

  I look forward to finding out more of what is really going on in the next book.  More so to see what Desiree is really all about and why she switches and how she switches from one person to another so quickly.  The book was interesting and held a certain amount of intrigue.  The biggest thing for me is that there is so much left unsaid and undone that you have to be curious and you have to pick up the next book.

"Right now, what you think you knew about the world around you are actually beliefs.  You thought you knew that instantaneous healing through the power of thought was impossible..."

"Good night," I said to an empty line.  That was my first phone conversation with Desiree, and I admit it was strange and dramatic, like everything with her.

"I didn't give you a scar.  You gave yourself a scar," Mr. Gordon said.  "I wish I could have healed you completely.  Your doubt in your ability to be healed prevented me from fully healing you..."

"There is a belief with reincarnation that each life you have has a different purpose or assignment, and some of those assignments may not be focused on you at all.  Some of those may be focused on teaching others through tragedy of your own, tragedy you signed up for before you were reborn."  

Author Bio
Michael Pierce lives in Southern California with his wife, daughter, and two ultra-protective Chiweenies. Provex City is his debut novel and the first book in the young adult fantasy Lorne Family Vault Series.

Find Him:


There are many chances with this tour to win your own copy of this book and some extra as well!!
  •   Three winners will receive a paperback of Provex City and a $15 Amazon Gift Card (INT)
  •   Five additional winners will win paperback copies of Provex City. (INT)

Good Luck!

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday: Towering

OMG What do I have to do to get a copy of this?!
At first, I merely saw his face, his hands on the window ledge. Then, his whole body as he swung himself through the window. Only I could not see what he swung on.Until, one day, I told my dream self to look down. And it was then that I saw. He had climbed on a rope. I knew without asking that the rope had been one of my own tying.
Rachel is trapped in a tower, held hostage by a woman she’s always called Mama. Her golden hair is growing rapidly, and to pass the time, she watches the snow fall and sings songs from her childhood, hoping someone, anyone, will hear her. 
Wyatt needs time to reflect or, better yet, forget about what happened to his best friend, Tyler. That’s why he’s been shipped off to the Adirondacks in the dead of winter to live with the oldest lady in town. Either that, or no one he knows ever wants to see him again.
Dani disappeared seventeen years ago without a trace, but she left behind a journal that’s never been read, not even by her overbearing mother…until now. 

Expected Release: May 14, 2013
Published:  HarperTeen 
Format: Hardcover, 304 pages

Why am I Waiting

  1. Holy crap have you read that description?!  It's written by Alex Flinn SERIOUSLY!
  2. I love Rapunzel.  Haven't seen may retelling's of it either so love the originality!!
  3. If any of the previous reasons don't grab you look at the cover! LOOK AT IT!!!
Well that's what I'm waiting on.  What are you waiting on?

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