What is it about children that take a horror or mystery novel and amp the creepy factor up an extra couple of notches? Seriously. Even the child on the cover of this one managed to unsettle me, and that was before I read the summary.
But, I’m getting ahead of myself. Or ahead of you, at least. It’s just that I couldn’t stop myself from sharing that little tidbit about the cover of Melissa Erin Jackson’s The Forgotten Child. You’ll understand why once you see it, I promise.
And really, you won’t have to wait long. All you have to do is click on through–or scroll down if you’re already here on the blog.
Ready to take a look?
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This is going to be a short recommendation, folks. Why? Because I can sum up what I thought of Gail Carriger’s Soulless in just four words: I absolutely loved it.
Alright, I know, you need more than that to convince you to read it. I do have more to share, I promise. And as a historical paranormal romance, Soulless had plenty to offer. Sass, vampires, werewolves, Victorian London, and a unique premise that brings it all together? You can go ahead and check each of those boxes right now.
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Today’s Book Blitz is a bit different than the ones I usually take part in. Instead of an excerpt from the book, I’ll be sharing a Q&A with the author. It’s quite an interesting Q&A, too; I think you’ll enjoy it!
But before we get to today’s Q&A with Cindy Cipriano, the author of Fading, I encourage you to take a moment to hop on over to Cindy’s Rafflecopter. There, she’s giving away a Clean Teen Publishing Mystery Box (or eBook prizes for an international winner).
Now, let’s get to that Q&A, shall we?
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For most people, the thought of hearing voices is offsetting enough. But to hear a voice that you know is bound to drive you off a cliff? Terrifying.
And reality for Jade, the main character in Krystal Jane Ruin’s Whisper.
I was already looking forward to reading this novel, but after checking out today’s excerpt, I’m going to have to move it up on my to-read list. I wouldn’t blame you for agreeing with me, once you see it for yourself.
Before you read it, though, take a moment to jump over to Krystal’s Rafflecopter. She’s giving away some great prizes, including a vintage notebook a pen, a themed keychain, some bookmarks, and a $15 iTunes gift card.
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Confession time: There have been moments–be they drawn from delight or stress–when I’ve wanted to stop time. Really, though, who hasn’t made that wish?
Then again, as this excerpt from Camilla Monk’s Still proves, stopping time may not be all we want it to be. Don’t take my word for that, though. Go ahead and check out the excerpt for yourself.
Before you do, though, hop on over to Camilla’s Rafflecopter giveaway. She’s handing out five signed copies of Still, and you might just be lucky enough to win one!
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