Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Feed Your Reader #BlogHop 3 Ebooks up for grabs!




A huge thanks to I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Books: A True Story for hosting another awesome blog hop!

This time around we're feeing our e-readers! LOVE my kindle.

Anyhoo ... I'm offering a handful of books from cyber-friends of mine for your reading pleasure. They're listed below. Click on their titles or author name to learn more.

Best of luck & be sure to check out the other participating blogs listed below. We're talkin' over 100 e-books up for grabs!




Book 1 - Bleeding Hearts {Paranormal Romance} by Ash Krafton


Synopsis:

            Sophie Galen is an advice columnist who is saving the world - one damned person at a time. Shy and sensitive Sophie has all but given up on love until she meets Marek, a mysterious stranger who seduces her with his striking good looks and his take-charge attitude. Yet the darkness she senses within him may be more than she is prepared to handle when Marek draws her into a world of vampires, werewolves, and treachery. Forced to leave behind the comfortable routines and certainties of her past, Sophie makes unbearable sacrifices and uncovers hidden truths about herself and the world around her.



Book 2 - Lichgates (The Grimoire Trilogy #1) {Fantasy} by S. M. Boyce


Synopsis:

          The Grimoire turns its own pages and can answer any question asked of it, and Kara Magari is its next target.

         Kara has no idea what she's getting herself into when she stumbles across the old book while hiking a hidden trail. Once she opens it, she's thrown into Ourea: a beautiful world full of terrifying things that all want the Grimoire's secrets. Everyone in this new world is trying to find her, and most want to control her.

         Braeden Drakonin grew up in Ourea, and all he’s ever known of life is lying. The Grimoire is his one chance at redemption, and it lands in his lap when Kara Magari comes into his life. He has one question to ask the book – one question that can fix everything in his broken life – and he’s not letting Kara out of his sight until he gets an answer.

        There’s no escaping Ourea. There’s no going back now.



Book 3 - You Can't Shatter Me {YA Magical Realism} by Tahlia Newland



Synopsis:

Sixteen year old Carly wants to write her own life and cast herself as a superhero, but the story gets out of control when she stands up to a bully and he turns on her. His increasing harassment forces her to battle flying hooks, giant thistles, doubt dragons and a suffocating closet. Dylan, a karate-trained nerd who supports her stand, turns out to be a secret admirer, and while he struggles to control his inner caveman, Carly searches for her own way to stop the bully.  An old hippie shows her an inner magic that’s supposed to make her invincible, but will Carly learn to use it before her knight in shining armour risks all in a battle with a fire-breathing dragon?
This heart-warming magical realism story will inspire and empower teens and adults alike.



Best of luck, folks! Don't forget to click on the links below for the chance to win over 100 ebooks!



26 comments:

  1. Hmm...I choose Bleeding Hearts. Love that cover! Plus, the synopsis sounds intriguing. Hope I win!

    thesmboyce[at]gmail[dot]com

    Thanks!

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  2. Hi Terri, new follower from Bookblogs. Great blog. Look forward to following your posts. You can find me at:
    http://lowfellwritersplace.blogspot.co.uk/

    Best wishes
    Suzy

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    1. Thanks for swinging over, Suzy. I'll check out your blog as well.

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  3. I think I would choose, Bleeding Hearts.

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  4. Bleeding Hearts Please! It sounds like it would be a good book and a little snarky too. I love snark! thanks
    hschrock24112@yahoo.com

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    1. I LOVE snark, too. Thanks for stopping by & participating!

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  5. I think I'll choose Lichgates. I'm a sucker for a good fantasy, and it has really high reviews on Goodreads. :)

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  6. I choose Bleeding Hearts because I looove paranormal romances and that book sounds so very interesting and like my kind of book. :)

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  7. Bleeding Hearts because I can't resist vampires and paranormal romances just win my heart. Marek sounds like the type of boy I love to read. :)

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  8. I'm interested in Bleeding Hearts because there are vampires, werewolves, and treachery - mostly the treachery.
    nrlymrtl AT gmail DOT com

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    1. HA! Treachery = tension. Good stuff. Best of luck!

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  9. Im actually interested in You Cant Shatter Me -- Looks interesting.

    rebelhart69(at) yahoo (dot) com

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    1. That it does. :) Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. I couldn't follow Ash Krafton's Blog :-( You should mention to her that her follow me ioptions are way too far down, and she should have an email option. I was not able to follow her.

    I'd like to read Grimoire. I like the old world feel of the book, and it sounds like a great fantasy concept.

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    1. I'll be sure to let Ash know. Thanks Jenn!

      Best of luck!

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  11. I followed Ash Krafton GFC (i had no problem following, it icon is a little down on left sidebar)
    I would pick her book Bleeding Hearts
    My email is concisereviews AT gmail DOT come
    (By the way, you really should not make us put emails here, you have an email in the rafftelcoppter the one we sign in with, its automatically supplied to you, the winners is, i had so much more spam now that I had to start leaving my email. Just FYI)
    Oh, and in the rafflecopter my name shows Michelle L. Lynn

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    1. Michelle - I realized that just yesterday about the Rafflecopter keeping email addresses. This is only my 2nd attempt w/ rafflecopter, so I'm just getting to know it.
      Thanks for stopping by & best of luck!

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  12. I would choose "You Can't Shatter Me". I saw the trailer for it recently, and think I would like the book, since I liked it.

    bookaholicholly @ gmail . com

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  13. Bleading hearts! The synopsis sounds great and am very interested in seeing what it is all about!

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  14. I would choose The Grimoire. I love books about evil books. They are just so much fun.
    star_chaser76(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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