Thursday, May 7, 2015

Giveaway | April Wrap Up

Two book giveaways in one day? How did we get so lucky!?

Cheree Alsop, author of seven YA series and several novels with a supernatural edge, is launching her brand new series, The Monster Asylum, and she's providing an ebook copy of the first book, The Fangs of Bloodhaven. (This giveaway is open internationally.)


Monster Asylum 1 Book CoverBeing a teenage vampire in a human family isn’t easy, especially in a city where harboring any monster subspecies is illegal. When Everett is injured attempting to save a werewolf, she takes him to the Monster Asylum, a place that shouldn’t exist, and introduces him to a world of acceptance and possibility. Dark creatures begin to plague the five cities. Everett’s ability to fight against them makes him irreplaceable if the human world that fears him can accept a vampire as a hero.
 


Cheree Alsop is a seriously accomplished independently published author who churns out books like there's no tomorrow. She's one of those indie authors who's helping the industry get a good name. Find out more about her:


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J.E. Thompson is celebrating an awesome new book cover, and wanted to share the love. A paperback copy of the first book in his Almost Human series, Revelation, is also on the giveaway list! (This giveaway is only open to US residents.)
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Headline reads, "New tribe emerges from the Brazilian jungle."
A never before seen tribe suddenly appears. Bigfoot sightings filter in. A
raccoon shows up with red fur. Animal Control rounds up increasing numbers of stray dogs wandering the beach but no owners claim them.
For fifteen year old Michelle Thorn, seeing a living Bigfoot in the Oregon forest is only the beginning. The next few weeks will shatter her beliefs about who she is.



Bigfoot. Conspiracy. Murder.
Bring it on.

This adventurous thriller, laced with a bit of sci-fi flair, is J.E. Thompson's first novel. You can find out more about him and his newly released anthology Deliciously Dark Tales here:


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Now for the wrap up! I'm talking about all the books I read and got in April, with just a little bit of singing and maybe a pantomimed Psycho scene. (Okay, definitely that.)




ALL THE LINKS:
Geek Girl by Holly Smale
Video Review | Blog
The Ghost is Love by Jonathan Carroll
Video Review | Blog
Brother Odd by Dean Koontz
Goodreads
Of Witches and Wind by Shelby Bach
Video Review
Of Sorcery and Snow by Shelby Bach
Video Review
OF ENEMIES AND ENDINGS by Shelby Bach
Fairest by Marissa Meyer
Third Daughter by Susan Kaye Quinn
Video Review | Blog
Fuzzy Nation by John Scalzi

4 comments:

  1. I read a couple of books in April, including Cinder by M.M. i loved it so much. And now i am reading Scarlet! :D

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    1. Oooh, wonderful choices! Meyer's combination of sci-fi and fairy tales is totally out there and completely brilliant. Hope you enjoy them all!

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  2. This is such an amazing giveaway! Both books sound equally as interesting. And yes, you are right, the year is going by too fast. How can it be almost June already???

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    1. Right!? Good luck with the giveaway! ;)

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