November 28, 2014

Blog Tour Interview & Giveaway: Our Dried Voices by Greg Hickey!



Title: Our Dried Voices
Author: Greg Hickey
Genre: Sci-Fi

In 2153, cancer was cured. In 2189, AIDS. And in 2235, the last members of the human race traveled to a far distant planet called Pearl to begin the next chapter of humanity.

Several hundred years after their arrival, the remainder of humans live in a utopian colony in which every need is satisfied automatically, and there is no need for human labor, struggle or thought. But when the machines that regulate the colony begin to malfunction, the colonists are faced with a test for the first time in their existence.

With the lives of the colonists at stake, it is left to a young man named Samuel to repair these breakdowns and save the colony. Aided by his friend Penny, Samuel rises to meet each challenge. But he soon discovers a mysterious group of people behind each of these problems, and he must somehow find and defeat these saboteurs in order to rescue his colony.


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About the Author

Greg Hickey was born in Evanston, Illinois in 1985. After graduating from Pomona College in 2008, he played and coached baseball in Sweden and South Africa. He is now a forensic scientist, endurance athlete and award-winning writer. He lives in Chicago with his wife, Lindsay.

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Interview

1. Tell us a little about yourself and your latest/upcoming release.
I am a forensic scientist by day for the Illinois State Police, specializing in forensic firearms and toolmarks analysis. Basically, I examine evidence from gun-related crimes in and around Chicago and attempt to determine whether or not a particular bullet or cartridge case was fired by a particular firearm. It's a bit like the television show CSI, except that I don't go to crime scenes, drive a Hummer, wear sunglasses all the time or solve crimes with my iPhone. I wrote most of Our Dried Voices while playing and coaching baseball in Sweden and South Africa after I graduated from college in 2008.

2. When did you realize that you wanted to become a writer? What was the very first thing you ever wrote?
When I was in seventh or eighth grade I wrote a short story for English class about a group of cruise ship passengers who get marooned on a deserted island and meet with grisly deaths. I had dreams of expanding it into a novel over the summer, but that never came to fruition.

3. What is your favorite book of all time that you can reread a hundred times, and it still feels like the first time? 
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand

4. How did you come up with the idea of Our Dried Voices?
The colonists in Our Dried Voices are inspired by the Eloi in H.G. Wells' novel, The Time Machine. In his novel, humanity diverges into two distinct species, one of which is the Eloi, who are frail and unintelligent, and live a mostly blissful life without any need for physical or mental exertion. The question raised in Wells’ novel and Our Dried Voices is how humanity evolved to this state. He solves the problem with an opposing species, the Morlocks, which balance out the existence of the Eloi. Our Dried Voices explores humanity’s seemingly paradoxical quest to devote so much intellect to developing technologies to eliminate the need for said intellect.

5. How many times were you turned down form a book offer before you finally got published?
Probably 20-30 times. I was about two weeks away from starting the self-publishing process when I received an offer from Scribe Publishing Company.

6. Describe your main character in six words.
Curious, intrepid, open-minded, empathetic, independent, lonely

7. Describe the world you’ve created in six words.
Idyllic, automated, worry-free, zoo, anesthetizing, façade 

8. How did you come up with your character’s name?
Samuel comes from the Biblical character who is awakened in the middle of the night by a voice calling his name. The Biblical Samuel eventually realizes the voice is that of God, and he proclaims himself God's servant. Likewise, in Our Dried Voices, Samuel is called forth from the colonists by challenges and clues originating from an unknown (albeit secular) source. Incidentally, the names of the other characters all have significance as well, but I will leave their meanings for my readers to discover.

9. What scene was your favorite to write?
There are two: the sub-story in Chapter XIII and the speech in Chapter XXIV. The sub-story is important because it explains how the colonists retain any vestige of language despite many years without mindful communication, but I also wanted the content of the sub-story as literature to reflect the world of Our Dried Voices. It’s intended to be a direct parallel to another very famous story, so there was a lot of work and enjoyment put into adapting that story to fit my needs. The speech is just a big dramatic moment that reveals the hidden workings behind the Pearl colony and the mechanical breakdowns. I remember writing it in my head while running through the suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa, where I was living at the time. I ran for over an hour, and when I came back, I probably had half the scene in my head ready to type up.

10. Can you share a teaser of Our Dried Voices with our readers?
From Chapter XXXIII:
The afternoon wore on. Fatigue set in. Samuel pressed on, forgetting everything he had left behind him, his mind occupied only by a concerted resolve to ignore all thoughts of his painfully freezing body and focus on the sight of the ever-approaching mountains ahead. His stomach began to growl insistently. He thought about eating some of the meal cake, but he could not bring himself to expose his hands to the elements in order to raise the food to his mouth. Soon the old feeling of nausea returned and replaced the hunger in his stomach, though there were no colonists around this time to cause it. He shivered violently. The sun continued its descent in the sky and the faint glow behind the clouds settled over the mountains. The temperature continued to drop. In a few hours it would be night, and Samuel knew he must make the mountains soon after sunset, as he would not long survive the even more frigid chill of the darkness.
To his mind, his pace had not lessened, his direction remained true. But his footprints in the snow behind him told a different story. They had begun to waver of late, to veer haphazardly from side to side, and the space between each footfall grew less and less as he stumbled on. When the sun neared the horizon, the mountains ahead of him grew blurry to his sight as the lightness in the sky spread around the snow-capped peaks and lent them a faint aura of gold. The sun set abruptly, touching the mountains and dipping behind them in a matter of minutes, and the sky turned at once from gray to black. Within a few moments of darkness, Samuel could barely keep his eyes open. His footsteps became shorter and more unsteady. His hands were frozen into fists inside the sopping blankets and they trembled uncontrollably. And always, all around him, there was the cold, borne on the hard and frigid wind, rising out of the snow drifts as each step carried his foot deep into the icy crystalline powder, pressing down from the darkness of the sky as his frozen blankets bound him in an icy embrace.
He walked on, forced himself to put one foot in front of the other in a constant willing of motion, a painfully conscious signal passing over and over again from brain to nerve to leg. Each step was heavier and more sluggish than the previous. A cloud of warmth rose from his still-queasy stomach and spread into his chest and face. His head dragged with exhaustion and his eyes blurred. The snow at his feet appeared soft and inviting. He imagined falling asleep next to Penny curled up in a bed of clean, white, downy snow. He felt his body grow warmer, like feeling of the first rays of sun prickling his skin on a cool morning, except now the soft heat spread outward from deep inside of him with a tingling, numbing sensation. He wanted so badly to go to sleep, to slip into peaceful oblivion. But a whispered, insistent voice in the back of his mind kept reminding him there was something urgent he must do... if he could only remember what that was.


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**DEAL ALERT** Book Highlight & Giveaway: My Ex From Hell by Tellulah Darling!


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Author:
Series: The Blooming Goddess Trilogy #1
Genre: Young Adult, mythological

Sixteen-year-old Sophie Bloom wishes she’d been taught the following:
a) Bad boy’s presence (TrOuBlE) + teen girl’s brain (DraMa) = TrAuMa (Highly unstable and very volatile.)
b) The Genus Greekulum Godissimus is notable for three traits: 1) awesome abilities, 2) grudges, and 3) hook-ups, break-ups, and in-fighting that puts cable to shame.

Prior to the Halloween dance, Sophie figures her worst problems involve adolescent theatrics, bitchy teen yoga girls, and being on probation at her boarding school for mouthy behaviour. Then she meets bad boy Kai and gets the kiss that rocks her world.

Literally.

This breath stealing lip lock reawakens Sophie’s true identity: Persephone, Goddess of Spring. She’s key to saving humanity in the war between the Underworld and Olympus, target numero uno of Hades and Zeus, and totally screwed.

Plus there’s also the little issue that Sophie’s last memory as Persephone was just before someone tried to murder her.
Big picture: master her powers, get her memories back, defeat Persephone’s would be assassin, and save the world. Also, sneak into the Underworld to retrieve stolen property, battle the minions of Hades and Zeus, outwit psycho nymphs, slay a dragon, rescue a classmate, keep from getting her butt expelled from the one place designed to keep her safe …

… and stop kissing Kai, Prince of the Underworld.

My Ex From Hell is a YA romantic comedy, Greek mythology smackdown. Love meets comedy with a whole lot of sass in book one of this teen fantasy romance series. Compared to Kai and Sophie, Romeo and Juliet had it easy.



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When the going gets desperate, the desperate send email 

          To: ????
          From: bloomingoddess@gmail.com
          Subject: Seriously?

          Dear Your Royal Imperialness Demeter, Goddess of Grain and Fertility, Preserver of Marriage, and Bringer of Seasons,
          Or can I just call you Mom?
          Bet you never thought you’d be hearing from me. Sorry for not having written sooner, but until about twelve hours ago, I didn’t know you existed. Nothing personal.
          See, yesterday, I was plain old Sophie Bloom. My life sucked in your typical 16-year-old ways. I was stuck here at Hope Park Progressive School on probation again (“mouthy behavior”), dealing with cliquish poseurs, rampant hormones, blah blah blah.
          Then I met a guy. I know that’s the worst cliché ever. But sadly, it’s true. And of course, me being me, he couldn’t be just any bad boy. No. He had to be Kai, son of Hades, Lord of the Underworld. Anyway, he was really hot and there was this bone-melting kiss and … whatever. The point is, before he showed up, I thought I was human. Afterward, well, let’s just say everything changed. Who knew when I was cramming Greek mythology for my English final, I was studying the family tree?
          They say when you die, your whole life supposedly flashes before your eyes. When Kai and I kissed, here’s what flashed before mine—Mount Olympus, Zeus, the Underworld, Hades, and you. But that wasn’t my life. Or was it?
          Here’s the Wiki version. (Do you have Wi-Fi on Mt. Olympus?) Turns out I’m Persephone. Me, Goddess of Spring and Embodiment of Earth’s Fertility? Ew! Which makes me your kid, Hades’ target, and totally screwed. In the myth version, I’m the innocent maiden, you’re the grieving mother, and we’re reunited with great joy. Guess that’s why they call it a myth.
          I know I sound like a nut bar. And maybe I’ll wake up in a padded room restrained for my own safety. But in that moment with Kai, it felt real. Like I knew who I was. Or used to be. Those were my memories flashing before my eyes—not some fantasy or hallucination. Part of me remembered those moments. But where do I go from here? And is there an online tutorial I can take?
          I don’t exactly have your email. But if you’re a goddess, maybe you’ll know I’m writing. That I really need my mom right now. And if not—well, I guess I’ll save this for my obituary. Which I’ll probably need pretty soon because of the gods-wanting-me-dead thing.

          Take care.
          Sophie
          a.k.a. Persephone
          a.k.a. Goddess of Spring
          a.k.a. Your Daughter





Tellulah Darling

noun

1. YA romantic comedy author because her first kiss sucked and she's compensating.
2. Alter ego of former screenwriter.
3. Sassy minx.
Geeks out over: cool tech.

Squees for: great storytelling.
Delights in: fabulous conversation.
Writes about: where love meets comedy. Awkwardness ensues.

Sassy girls. Swoony boys. What could go wrong?





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November 25, 2014

Review: The Fault in our Stars by John Green

Title: The Fault in our Stars
Author: John Green
Published: January 10, 2012
Publisher: Penguin Books
Hardcover: 313 pgs

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Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.

Pull out your box of tissues and bear with me:

1) A novel about teenagers living with cancer (*sob)
2) A romantic dra-medy about teenagers falling. Love (*sob sob)
3) A novel about two sick teenagers who fall in love and go in search of their favorite author to get him to finish his last book -- and they have to figure it out before one of them dies?! (*My tissues are all gone)

This book came into my life at the perfect time. I have spent the last three weeks scouring Netflix and television to find any decent rom-com. I have yet to find any that make me fall head-over-heels in love, but which also make me laugh and cry. All the films are either too cheesy, boring, or lacking chemistry between the two main characters. Then this book came into my world -- and it has never left. I literally laughed, cried (sobbed, actually), and sighed while turning the pages of this beautifully written, but-wrenching, heart-tugging story.

The dialogue is witty and hilarious. As a mom, the idea of my child living with cancer breaks my heart. The love story between Hazel Grace and Augustus mimics a real-life Romeo and Juliet type quality, but without all the drama. Actually, despite the fact that nearly everyone is dying, the author does an incredible job of taking everything slowly and bracing you for the inevitable. You're expecting it and yet you're not, and when it comes, your heart will literally rip in half.

Thank you, John Green, for writing a novel that I wanted to re-read as soon as I closed the book. What an incredible piece of work.

5 out of 5 stars!




 

Update: The film was released on DVD on September 16, 2014. Damn straight, I went and bought it the same day. As a I sat down, glass of wine in hand, box of tissues in the other, I fell in love all over again. The movie was done so perfectly (a rarity) - capturing my emotions to a tee and making me cry like a baby. Shaileen Woodley is an amazing actress and I will watch anything she makes after her incredible performance in this film.

Did you watch the film? Do you think it was as good as the book? Let me know!!


November 24, 2014

Blog Tour Review: Slay by Nina Levine




BOOK: Slay 
SERIES: Storm MC Series - Book Four
AUTHOR: Nina Levine
RELEASE DATE: November 21st

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BLOOD WILL BE SHED...

The ghosts of Donovan "Blade" Brookes' life are closing in on him.  

Hardened by an abusive childhood and haunted by the murder of his fiancé, Blade struggles against the dark forces threatening to consume him.  When he helps Layla Reed in her hour of need, he has no idea she will be the light to his darkness.  As they spend more time together, he is powerless to fight his desire for her.  Powerless to fight his need for her.  However, as his feelings deepen, he pushes her away, reluctant to drag her into his world.  With enemies coming at him from all directions, Storm MC needing his help to fight off a rival, and his father still causing him grief, Blade needs the love of a good woman now more than ever.  Can Layla push Blade to the edge and get him to admit to both of them what he wants?  Or will the darkness pull him under once and for all?



Oh man, I have been waiting for Blade's (AKA Donovan) story. I just knew he was going to be difficult. He was surprisingly less difficult than I expected. He's gone through some really bad stuff, so I figured poor Layla was going to have to work super hard to get him to open up...That part was as expected. Ha

I've loved Blade since the beginning of the Storm MC series. I know he was a surprise to Scott and Madison, but I was excited about his introduction into the story. I love his and Madison's relationship. You don't expect someone as scary as Blade to be as loving as he is toward his little sister. I was also pleasantly surprised by the way Scott and Blade interacted. Oh! And I loved Layla, that girl is fierce. She would have to be to be able to keep up with Blade. 

Okay, there were quite a few "Ah" moments in this installment. I'm not going to discuss it, but I was relieved. There is so much going on in Slay that my head was kind of spinning. Let's just say there are a lot of questions we've had that are answered, and some stuff happens that I'm still kind of reeling from as I'm sitting here thinking about it. 

All in all, I loved it! It was intense, and it was surprising, but I'm glad some answers I've had were answered. Let's just say that I now CANNOT wait for Griff's book.



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USA Today Bestselling Author Nina Levine, is an Aussie author who writes stories about hot, alpha men and the tough, independent women they love.
When she isn't creating with words, she loves to create with paint and paper. Often though, she can be found curled up with a good book and some chocolate.

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November 21, 2014

Blog Tour Interview & Giveaway: Full Contact by Sidney Halston



Title: Full Contact
Author: Sidney Halston
Genre: Adult, Contemporary Romance
SeriesWorth the Fight #2
Expected Publication: October 28th, 2014 by Loveswept

Sidney Halston returns to steamy Tarpon Springs, Florida, where a hell-raising bad boy prepares to get down and dirty for the woman he loves.

How could she have been so stupid? When Jessica Cross decides to give her violently jealous boyfriend—the otherwise influential and charming Dennis Stavros—a second chance, she very nearly becomes a statistic. After weeks of healing from a broken rib and collapsed lung, and with Dennis behind bars, Jessica finally feels ready to come out of hiding. But will she ever be able to take a chance on love again with someone new?

Mixed martial arts fighter Slade Martin knows he has a bad reputation. Hell, he's probably earned it. So it won’t be easy to convince beautiful, vulnerable Jessica that she can trust him—that from the moment she walked into his life, she’s been the only one he’s wanted. Powerful and confident, Slade knows he can honor his vow to protect Jessica body and soul. Winning her heart will be another matter . . . but a woman like Jessica is worth the fight.


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Hi Good Choice, thanks for hosting me.

1.       Tell us a little about yourself and your latest/upcoming release.

FULL CONTACT is the 2nd book of the Worth the Fight Series. It is about Slade and Jessica. It is a standalone but the characters from AGAINST THE CAGE (book #1) make lots of cameos. The book takes place in Tarpon Springs, Florida and centers around an MMA gym called Worth the Fight (WtF) Academy. Jessica’s just left an abusive relationship and dirty-talking Slade has been helping her heal. She isn’t ready to start a new relationship, especially with Slade who is a notorious womanizer. The series is very sexy but has a lot of humor. Fans seem to really enjoy the secondary characters and the town as much as the hero and heroine.

2.       Do you read reviews of your books? What do you do when you read a not-so-nice one?

Yes. I do! I’ve read every single review—good and bad. It’s such a nerve wrecking experience.  The highs from the good reviews are exhilarating and the lows from the bad reviews make me want to cry.

 I try to take something positive from the bad reviews and usually I do. Bad reviews that are constructive, I can handle. Bad reviews that are just mean, kill me. I know I’m supposed to have tough skin and suck it up, but some readers can be mean and will make personal attacks. I do have to say, one of my favorite reviews ever was a DNF from Against the Cage that said something like: “This book has too much sex, couldn’t finish it.” I love it. I want to post that one everywhere and tell the reviewer—THANK YOU! That’s a five star review in my book (pun intended)

3.      How did you come up with the idea of Full Contact?
Against the Cage was not the original title of the book. It was something else. But, the same month AtC was coming out, another author released a book with the same name! I almost had a heart attack. My editor and I played around with names and then my husband just threw out Against the Cage. I loved it, and so did my editor. Then the Random House team suggested Full Contact and Below the Belt. We wanted a name that went with MMA and fighting and I love it, so we went with those two. We just titled the fourth book. I think this will be the first time I’ve shared it with the world. So, consider this sort of a debut. The fourth book will be titled: LAID OUT. It’s also a fighting term, and again, my husband came up with it.

4.      What's the one piece of technology you can't live without?
There are so many. I think my cell phone is one I can’t live without. I was going to say my Kindle since I always have it on me. But, I also have the Kindle App on my phone and use it all the time. So, I think my phone is a must.

5.      If you could choose one book cover to put on your wall as a poster, what would it be?
Without any doubt, Below the Belt, my third book! Actually, I wanted all the covers up, but they’re shirtless sexy man, I think my kids would ask too many questions.

6.      Do you have a book in your house that's just destroyed because you've read it so much?
I’ve always been a reader. I have read all of Sidney Sheldon’s books countless times. But, I think the book I’ve read the most is Twilight. Well, the entire series. They look like they’ve been through a lot. They’re all tattered. I normally don’t like such tame books. I like a lot more steam. But, those books, did something to me…I read them over and over again.

7.      What are you working on now?
I just finished the edits of Below the Belt (Worth the Fight #3) and am currently working on book #4—Cain and Violet’s story. Fans have been eager to read about these two since book 1.

8.      What scene was your favorite to write?
All the books have a common theme; the camaraderie between the fighters. The scenes where it’s just Slade and Jack talking—whether they’re heartfelt scenes or funny, I loved writing those.

9.      If you could pick a soundtrack to match your main characters life, what would it be?
Right this second it would be Jason Derulo’s Talk Dirty to Me. Hee hee.


This is or That

Cat or Dog? Dog
Ice cream or Sorbet? Ice cream
Heels or flats? Heels
Knives or sword? Sword
Coffee or Tea? Coffee (tea..yak)
Iced tea or hot tea? Neither.
Snow or rain? Rain
Movies at home or Movie Theater? At home
Soda or Juice? Soda
Twitter or Facebook? Facebook
Actual book or eReader? Eeekk...I want to say actual book. But since discovering Kindle I have to admit, sadly, that I have not bought a single actual book.
Actual book or Audiobook? Actual book
Young Adult or New Adult? NA
Vampires or Werewolves? Vamps

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About Sidney

USA Today Bestselling author, Sidney Halston lives her life with one simple rule: “Just Do It” Nike.
And that’s exactly what she did. After working hard as an attorney, Sidney picked up a pen for the first time at thirty years old to begin her dream of writing. Having never written anything other than very exciting legal briefs, she found an outlet for her imaginative romantic side and wrote the successful New Adult series, Seeing Red and Seeing Black. That first pen stroke sealed the deal and she fell in love with writing. Currently on sale is the bestselling contemporary romance, Against the Cage and soon to be released Full Contact, the second of the Worth the Fight series.
Sidney lives in South Florida with her husband and children. She loves her family above all else, and reading follows a close second. When she’s not writing you can find her reading and reading and reading…  She’s a reader first and foremost.When she’s not writing or reading her life is complete and utter chaos trying to balance family life with work, and writing (and reading). But she wouldn’t have it any other way., she found an outlet for her imaginative romantic side and wrote Seeing Red, among four other novels currently in the works, including the sequel to Seeing Red. That first pen stroke sealed the deal and she fell in love with writing.



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Release Day Blitz: Slay by Nina Levine




BOOK: Slay 
SERIES: Storm MC Series - Book Four
AUTHOR: Nina Levine
RELEASE DATE: November 21st

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SYNOPSIS

BLOOD WILL BE SHED...

The ghosts of Donovan "Blade" Brookes' life are closing in on him.  

Hardened by an abusive childhood and haunted by the murder of his fiancé, Blade struggles against the dark forces threatening to consume him.  When he helps Layla Reed in her hour of need, he has no idea she will be the light to his darkness.  As they spend more time together, he is powerless to fight his desire for her.  Powerless to fight his need for her.  However, as his feelings deepen, he pushes her away, reluctant to drag her into his world.  With enemies coming at him from all directions, Storm MC needing his help to fight off a rival, and his father still causing him grief, Blade needs the love of a good woman now more than ever.  Can Layla push Blade to the edge and get him to admit to both of them what he wants?  Or will the darkness pull him under once and for all?


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Book 1: Storm ADD TO GOODREADS I AMAZON US I 
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ABOUT NINA LEVINE

USA Today Bestselling Author Nina Levine, is an Aussie author who writes stories about hot, alpha men and the tough, independent women they love.
When she isn't creating with words, she loves to create with paint and paper. Often though, she can be found curled up with a good book and some chocolate.

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