Last December I had won a book called Transgression from author Jannette Fuller leading up to her Facebook party. Sadly, it went unnoticed for a time on my Kindle until the weekend of the Super Bowl.
A paranormal/urban fantasy read about the effects of choices and spiritual warfare?
Count me in!
The book was so much different than I expected (and had me hooked all weekend long, including during the Super Bowl)! I didn’t realize that the story would be told from Agent Yagil, a guardian angel over his charge, Amber.
Let me tell you.
He is hilarious! It was hard being able to share only one line as I could have shared quite a few lines from him. I consistently laughed at the things he would say or even at his quirks.
Choosing one out of many, here is one quote that made me smile.
Wow! What an awesome and exciting tour this has been! Did you miss a post or one of the events that took place?
No worries! Below is a short recap of the lively interviews and other fun features (with links).
First up, an exciting book trailer to get you pumped for this story!
Rebecca Burtram asked Tabitha to write a post to go along with her theme of grace and imperfection. She nailed it. “PLAY TO THE WHISTLE”
Tabitha’s publisher, Blue Ink Press, shared a blog post, “Ten Things You May Not Know About Tabitha Caplinger.” Number one was a cool surprise to learn as well as number six considering her characters really enjoy at least one of those items. Continue reading
Okay, I will be the first to admit, I do not like vampires. Yet when I saw Emerald Barnes was releasing a book whose cover drew me in, I really wanted to read the heroine’s story (despite all the vampire talk).
The Marked was my first read where the storyline centered around vampires and the author did a wonderful job of really introducing me to them.
Now though I still don’t like vampires, this book really brought them to life in a way where they really did seem real. The whole thing with Knight’s Academy was creepy to say the least, but alas our main character, Myka, attends it, and in the process has a special (or not so special) celebration. Emerald is going to chat about what that celebration might entail right after I introduce you this lovely beauty, The Marked. Continue reading
Woo hoo! The celebration of the release of Tabitha Caplinger’s novel The Chronicle of the Three: Armor-Bearer is still going strong!
Today, I’m sharing an interview I had with Tabitha about her latest release. Grab a blanket and a few pillows for my fun chat with her about TV shows, writing, and food.
Darkness creeps around every corner as demons gather in the small town of Torch Creek, Virginia. The Destroyer has arrived, and the Reaping is coming closer by the day. Zoe knows it’s her duty as the Daughter of the Three to hold back the shadows, but she doesn’t know how, and time is running out. Zoe and her friends turn to the ancient text of the chronicle for help. Are they strong enough to withstand an enemy who exploits their deepest fears and doubts? Will they find the answers they’re looking for before all of Hell is unleashed?
Zoe’s journey as the prophecy’s promised Daughter continues in this second installment of the fantasy trilogy, The Chronicle of the Three.
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– Hi Tabitha! I am so excited to have you on my blog! For those who don’t know you, can you share three words to describe yourself?
Awesome. Sassy. Kind-hearted. Continue reading
When I finished The Chronicle of the Three: Armor-Bearer, I literally had to refrain from throwing my Kindle and yelled on Goodreads…IT CAN NOT END THAT WAY!! That ending was NOT supposed to happen (insert multiple exclamation marks)!
Armor-Bearer had so many shocking moments compared to Bloodline (the prequel). I’m not going to bring them up one-by-one due to spoilers, but I might have gotten attached to a new character and still fully distrust another.
However, through all those moments, something that Zoe said to Daniel strongly stood out to me in a certain situation. It was one thing I wanted to be stuck in my memory because I personally struggle with “the what-ifs.”
Here it is below. Continue reading