Thursday, December 26, 2013

The Descent Release

Alma Katsu's Taker Trilogy is coming to a close with The Descent. The Descent is releasing on January 7, 2014.

After everything that has happened while excited  to see the trilogy's next book come out can't help feel a little sad that the Taker Trilogy will be no more.

Still to celebrate this momentous final book in the trilogy Alma has offered a giveaway for The Descent's Release! See the details below, everyone. You enter with Rafflecopter.

Sunday, December 15, 2013

The Reckoning by Alma Katsu is now at Its Lowest Price on Kindle!

Been waiting to read The Reckoning, Book 2 in The Taker Trilogy? You can get it now, at it's lowest price ever, $1.99 on Kindle during the month of December. Treat yourself to the second installment in this highly-acclaimed fantasy series. Don't wait! 

Get caught up in time for The Descent, called a "must read" by BOOKLIST, coming in January.

"Beautiful, mesmerizing..." - Library Journal
Goodreads, RT Book Reviews year-end finalist 2012

Thanks to you, The Taker was the top-seller of all Simon & Schuster titles during the Kindle Big Deal promotion in July. Help make it two in a row!

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

VOX Coffeshop Poetry Slam-Roswell, GA

VOX Coffee shop Poetry Slam

December 11, Wednesday

at 5 P.M.

Land of A Thousand Hills

352 Atlanta St. Ste A.   30075

Roswell, GA


Come enjoy coffee, meet up with Roswell High school students, and hear some poetry!
$5 suggested donation toward VOX. Come have fun and support Roswell High School’s Literary Magazine, VOX.


Sponsored by Roswell High School Literary Magazine in association with Land of A Thousand Hills.

If you happen to live in Georgia and the Fulton County area then please hope you can stop by Land of A Thousands Hills on December 11, 2013. This year at high school chose as one of electives to be in the school's Literary Magazine and for now the experience is an interesting one.

If you believe in nurturing young talent especially for school publications then please do and they also are going to be performing poetry. Having good coffee and a sweet and listening to some poems. Could be interesting.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Mimi Jean Pamfiloff Accidentally in Love… With a God? Review

Trapped for decades, a powerful god seeks freedom . . . and revenge. But the only thing that can save him is the passion of a woman's touch . . .

Emma Keane is your average city girl trying to get a date. There's just one thing holding her back: the disembodied male voice speaking to her through her mind. Sound kind of crazy? Maybe. But crazy turns downright deadly when the voice persuades her to travel to the wilds of the Mayan jungle. There she will free his body-his incredibly hot, muscled, naked body.

Humans are so frail, so undisciplined, so susceptible to love. And when this ancient being connects with Emma, the feelings she sparks drive him utterly mad. Protective, keep-her-close, never-let-her-go kind of mad. Which might not be such a bad thing because from the moment the beautiful, passionate Emma unshackles his body, they are hunted at every turn. Now he'll have to do everything in his power to keep her safe. But will it be enough?

From the first paragraph, this book had me hooked! Hilarious, engrossing, enjoyable, romantic… And that was only the first page! Luckily the rest of the book didn’t disappoint.
  Multiple parts of the story had me laughing out loud – even in situations where laughter shouldn’t be possible – while others had me cringing in pain or embarrassment for the characters.
   Emma is a fantastic heroine, funny, sharp, and self-deprecating, while Guy perfectly embodies all that a god should be. Their chemistry is off the charts, and the tension between them can at times be cut with a knife. What really makes them brilliant characters however, is how relatable they are. Sure, this is a light paranormal romance where the characters must save the world from total evil domination, but they still have time to argue and struggle to deal with crazy relatives.
  Of the crazy relations, Cimil definitely takes the cake. She’s 100% insane, speaking seriously one minute then complaining about clowns the next. Needless to say, she’s definitely one of my favourite characters. Of favourite characters, Guy has become one of my top 100 fictional boyfriends. Though he’s at times arrogant and overbearing, he always has Emma’s best interests at heart, and is so gorgeous you cannot help but forgive him for his mistakes.
  The plot twists come one right after the other, and while some of them aren’t hard to guess, others hit with the strength of a truck! The end of the book, for example, has a twist no one saw coming, and, painfully ends in a cliff-hanger.
  If you like light, funny, paranormal romances with a hint of serious and majorly gorgeous cliff-hangers, then this book is for you. (I give it 4/5 stars)

Recommended: Yes, do check out!

Sunday, September 29, 2013

The Boxcar Baby Online Book Tour: The Boxcar Baby by J.L. Mulvihill

The Boxcar Baby Online Book Tour is brought to you by Tomorrow Comes Media!
By the way this is the last blog on the Online Book Tour. 

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Playing For Keeps Review

Hey guys,
since Cassandra's going to be taking a bit of a break and reviewing mainly anime and manga, I am going to be a bit more present around here from now on, although I will be mainly reviewing books. :P I hope to have a new review up every weekend, and would love to hear what some of your favorite books are in the comments!
Without further ado, here is my review of R.L. Mathewson's first Neighbor from Hell novel 'Playing For Keeps." hope you enjoy!

I started reading Playing for Keeps because it was a free read for my kindle, and I was bored. Man, I am so glad I picked it out! 
   Firstly, the characters - like the storyline - are hilarious and authentic. Haley and Jason's character and romantic development throughout the story is perfectly executed, and really a joy to read. All the characters are relatable, and what is great about many of them is that they could be anyone. R.L. Mathewson makes you believe that it’s possible to meet your own perfect match, just so long as you give them a chance.
  Her writing style is also unique, hilariously funny and engrossing. The dialogue is witty, and Jason’s obsession with food is at once hilarious and troubling. As someone who enjoys food, I loved reading a book that incorporated such a simple and everyday need into the broader story, as a comedic tool and an expression of character.
  The build-up of sexual tension is also fantastic, as neither character wants to admit it exists. While this adds to the humour, it also gives another layer to the story, and really has you involved in the romance. By the midway point I can pretty much guarantee that you will be rooting for Haley and Jason to just stop pussyfooting around and get together already!
  If I were to sum this book up in a sentence, I’d say that it is the perfect blend of romance and humour. Even if funny isn't really your thing, or you’re not too keen on romance, I'd still recommend this books as it is truly fabulous.
 Altogether I’d give it about 4 ½ stars out of 5.

Friday, July 5, 2013

Blogging Hiatus

With Summer 2013 in full swing already thought this was a good time to dive myself into completely doing some anime watching and then maybe a few anime reviews including reviews on my latest manga reading. If interested check out, The Huge Anime Fan

Book reviewing and more specifically book blogging is something need a break from. Just not so passionate about it these days. Just want to enjoy anime and manga and discover new content. Jesse as you know blogs too, here, and she may or may not continue to blog but I leave that in her hands.

Until November 2013, then!

Monday, June 24, 2013

The Winner of The Purge Movie Prize Pack is Julie

Congratulations JulieCookies!

You win this!
Warner Bros. sponsored giveaway. How great is that!

Saturday, June 22, 2013

An Anime Series Review: Blue Exorcist (2011)

Director: Tensai Okamura|Based on the Blue Exorcist manga by: Kazue Kato

IMDb Overview: After discovering that he's the son of Satan, a young man must join the True Cross Academy in order to master his abilities and defeat Satan himself.

Anime News Network Overview: Raised by Father Fujimoto, a famous exorcist, Rin Okumura never knew his real father. One day a fateful argument with Father Fujimoto forces Rin to face a terrible truth - the blood of the demon lord Satan runs in Rin's veins! Rin swears to defeat Satan, but doing that means entering the mysterious True Cross Academy and becoming an exorcist himself.

A Blue Exorcist Anime Review
Blue Exorcist Episode Count: 25 episodes

Friday, June 21, 2013

The Purge is Coming Giveaway!- In Theaters June 7th!

The Purge...
In Theater June 7th!
If, on one night every year, you could commit any crime without facing consequences, what would you do? 
In an America wracked with crime and overcrowded prisons, the government has sanctioned an annual 12-hour period in which any and all criminal activity--including murder--becomes legal. The police can't be called. Hospitals suspend help. It's twelve hours when the citizenry regulates itself without thought of punishment. On this particular night in 2022, plagued by violence and an epidemic of crime, one family wrestles with the decision of who they will become when a stranger comes knocking. 

When an intruder breaks into James Sandin’s (Ethan Hawke) gated community during the yearly lockdown, he begins a sequence of events that threatens to tear his family apart. Now, it is up to James, his wife, Mary (Lena Headey), and their kids to make it through the night without turning into the monsters from whom they hide.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Poison Blog Tour: How did the Legacy series emerge? {Guest Post}

Guest Blog Post at Book and Movie Dimension a Blog

            I don’t know if my situation is unusual, but the Legacy series didn’t start out as a series at all. (It also didn’t start out as Legacy—its original title was Wonderland). I just wanted to write a book about a young woman without any strong family ties to discover her long-lost blood relatives, and then find out that those relatives happen to be witches.

            I also wanted to dispel the notion that witches were evil. Those scary Rosemary’s Baby sort of Satanic witches that are so often featured in books and TV really annoy me. Unlike vampires, zombies, and ghosts, witches are totally, indisputably real. They’ve been around for at least a thousand years, and millions of them have been persecuted for their beliefs and talents.

            I’ve made the witches in Legacy a sort of potpourri of talent: Some of them can heal with a touch. Some can travel to distant places without leaving their houses. My character Katy can move objects with her mind. She can also “read” them to find out things about the people who once owned them. Katy’s boyfriend Peter (this is a hint for the next installment, tentatively titled Seduction) can make gold. Most of these talents (except for the gold-making) are real… that is, ordinary people who live among us have these abilities, whether or not these people call themselves witches.

            My point through all the Katy books—and I wish I could write a hundred of them—is that talent exists in all kinds of forms and in all kinds of places. Just because you’re not like everyone else doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with you. That’s the theme, really, of all the books in this series: Use the gifts you were born with. Don’t compare yourself with anyone else. And be proud of everything you are.

About Molly Cochran!
Molly Cochran, author of the teen paranormal romances LEGACY and POISON, has written 26 published novels and four nonfiction books under her own name and various pseudonyms. Her books include New York Times bestselling novels GRANDMASTER and THE FOREVER KING, coauthored with Warren Murphy, and the nonfiction DRESSING THIN, also a NY Times bestseller. She has won awards from the Mystery Writers of America (Best Novel of the Year), the Romance Writers of America (Best Thriller), and the New York Public Library (Outstanding Books for the Teen Age).

SEDUCTION, the third installment in the LEGACY series, is scheduled for release later this year through her publisher, Simon & Schuster.

Two eBooks, THE TEMPLE DOGS and THE FOREVER KING, are currently available through online retailers. A third, GRANDMASTER, will be available soon.

Molly has lectured extensively and has taught writing at the college level as well as at a women's prison (where she was NOT an inmate). She also writes a blog on writing technique which appears on her website, She is also on Facebook at and Twitter at

She lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Buy Poison?
Barnes and Noble: $13.22 NEW
Indie Bound: Other prices
The Book Depository: $17.44


This is a TOUR WIDE giveaway.
There will be ONE winner – SIGNED copies of Legacy AND Poison + Outtakes from the photo shoot for Selection!
Giveaway is open: US Mailing Addresses only.
Ends: July 6th, 2013 (12:00am EST)

Thursday, June 6, 2013

An Anime Series Review: Scrapped Princess (2003)

Director: Soichi Mausi

IMDb Overview:
The adventures of a princess prophesized to destroy the world and her magic using sibling warrior bodyguards determined to protect her.

Anime News Network Overview:
Pacifica Casull is the most feared and hated person by the followers of the God Mauser. Known as the Scrapped Princess, she is the poison that will destroy the world. To avoid being killed by the zealots of Mauser, Pacifica and her adoptive brother and sister leave the village of Manhurin. Her brother, Shannon, is an expert with the sword while Racquel is proficient with magic. At every step of the way, however, someone is constantly trying to kill Pacifica, hoping to somehow avert the catastrophe that is supposed to befall the world on her 16th birthday.

A Scrapped Princess Anime Review
Scrapped Princess Episode Count: 24 episodes

Saturday, June 1, 2013

An Anime Series Review: Trinity Blood (2005)

IMDb Overview:
In a futuristic world of an unsteady truce between humans and vampires a superhuman priest battles to secure a peaceful co-existence.

Anime News Network Overview:
The background is in the distant future after the destruction brought about by Armageddon. The war between the vampires and the humans continue to persist. In order to protect the humans from the vampires, Vatican has to rely on other allies to counter the situation. The protagonist, a priest called Peter Abel Nightroad, travels through the countries as a representative for the Vaticans. However, he is also part of "Ax", a special operations group controlled by the Cardinal Catherina. His encounter with a young girl called Esther will determine the struggle and survival between the human race and the vampires.

A Trinity Blood Anime Review
Trinity Blood Episode Count: 24 episodes

With the greatness that was Blood + thought Trinity Blood might be another great anime addition dealing with vampires.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Review of Privateer’s Apprentice by Susan Verrico

Set in Charles Towne, Carolina Territory in 1712, Privateer's Apprentice tells the story of thirteen-year old Jameson Cooper, son of a printer, who has been thrown in jail after the death of both of his parents. Sold to the town baker, Jameson is kidnapped by a brigand of privateers working for Queen Anne before he can even begin his indentured servitude. Adventures on the high seas follow, and Jameson must prove his worth to the men who eventually become his "family." In the end, it is up to Jameson to use his wits and education to save his captain from death.

Recommended: Yes, do check out!

About Privateer’s Apprentice
                                                  Recommended Ages: 10 and Up
                                                            Hardcover: 224 pgs.

                             PublishedSeptember 1st 2012 by  Peachtree Publishers

                                  For This Review: *Paperback Copy Provided through Peachtree Publishers*
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While there are many adventure and Fantasy novels in libraries out right now, Privateer’s Apprentice, provides us with a story in the real world with no true Fantasy gimmicks. Verrico knows how to write in a heartfelt way and the storyline for Jameson an orphan becoming a Privateer’s Apprentice is full of awful danger and courage. The Captain is a character of mystery and his second-in-command in Solitaire Peep is just as illusionary. While the book itself is enjoyable in a nice pace it’s a story with a simple theme of growing up and looking to the future while always remembering and cherishing your past.

A wonderful cast of strange characters and adventure set in a historically fictitious world is what makes this book one to be embraced by anyone.

Overall: Amazing read!
Genre: Historical Fiction, Adventure

About the Author

Susan Verrico is a writer and teacher

Saturday, May 4, 2013

My To Five Anime: No.1: Ah! My Goddess!

Let me just start off by saying that Ah! My Goddess! is my favorite anime and favorite manga  to date. It has kept this rank since the first time I watched an episode back in 2006.
There are so many things I love about this series. I love the artwork, I the dialogue, the romance, the general story line, and, most of all, I LOVE the characters.
It's quite ironic, as the story is meant to focus on Kiechi and Belldandy, yet my favorite characters are Urd and Hild. I will find myself reading the manga or watching my favorite episodes just for a glimpse of these hilarious characters.
 Urd is Belldandy's older half sister, and is half Goddess and half Demon.  I don't want to give too much away, but lets just say that this is a constant source of interest in the series, and always causes problems. I always find that the Urd centric parts of the series are the best as well. ;P
Hild is Urd's mother and (Spoiler alert!) the ruler of demons. She's like... A more insane version of Urd. Whenever she's around, trouble is sure to follow, as well as hilarity.
The main characters (Belldandy and Keichi) are good too, I just don't find them nearly as good as their demonic counterparts.
 They also have the most irritating romance of any book, movie, manga or anime I've ever seen. It's so frustrating, that my friends and I have found ourselves yelling at the screen or throwing our manga across the room. Seriously. It's great though, because it really keeps you reading/watching, hoping to finally, finally, see them break out of their "kindergarten level romance" and into something more.
 The other main supporting characters are Skuld, Urd and Belldandy's kid sister, Megumi, Kiechi's younger sister and Mara, a demon who is constantly trying to get to the goddesses, and is also used as comic relief.
  What I love about this series, is that the supporting characters really make the story. Great main characters are good, I mean, just look at the success of Twilight! (take that how you will), but when a main hero/heroin can go to their sister/brother/friend and that character can truly make a contribution to the story, that's what I want to see.
 The way the novel progresses isn't like in a book where the entire series is leading up to one cataclysmic event. Instead there are a lot of little, "major" events that make up the story.
 There are two seasons of Ah! My Goddess and I still hold out hope that a third will be made. It's just that good.
 Seriously guys, go watch this! 

Monday, April 1, 2013

ARCs of Books that would love to GET my hands on

With another year already mid-way there are bound to be an array of releases in books this 2013. So decided to come up with a list of the books that as a reader highly anxiously awaiting. What I wouldn't give to get my hands on Advance Reader Copies of all the featured books below.

1. Siege and Storm (The Grisha #2) by Leigh Bardugo
Just recently won a blog giveaway prize toward Siege and Storm thanks to Elizabeth @ Asteria's Blog. Check out her blog those of you passionate about books. Overall so excited to read come June 7th.
Expected publication: June 4th 2013 by Henry Holt and Co.

2. The Girl with The Iron Touch by Kady Cross
The cover is amazing! More importantly there will be the return of more Jack Dandy. And more of the greatness of Griffin and Finley.
Expected publication: May 28th 2013 by Harlequin TEEN

Buy from The Book Depository

3. The Pirate's Wish by Cassandra Rose Clarke
When I read The Assassin's Curse I was one of the readers to become taken in by the Cassandra Rose Clarke wave. Here there was some delightful adventurous Fantasy. 
Expected publication: June 4th 2013 by Strange Chemistry
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4. Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas
Sarah J. Maas happens to be one of my favorite authors that was luckily enough to stumble on. Throne of Glass drew me in while viewing Netgalley one day and when it released proceeded to get it and pat myself on the back for finding an incredible book.
Expected publication: August 27th 2013 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens
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5. Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes
Lucia and Magnus are the characters that really want to see more of and hope can be together. Yet things seem gloomy from what's in store in Rebel Spring with Magnus's father planning bad, bad things.
Expected publication: December 3rd 2013 by Razorbill

6. Strikeforce (Skyship Academy #3) by Nick James
Expected publication: October 8th 2013 by Flux

7. The Glass Republic (The Skyscrapers Throne #2) by Tom Pollock 
Expected publication: August 1st 2013 by Jo Fletcher Books

8. Endless Knight (The Arcana Chronicles #2) by Kresley Cole
Expected publication: October 1st 2013 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

Book cover hasn't been released yet!

These books need to get here already. Seriously feel restless for reading these books.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Awaiting Hope's Reign by Selina Fenech...meanwhile Video

Hope's Reign (Memory's Wake #2) by Selina Fenech really is a book that is taking time to be released. Since read Memory's Wake book can't help to strain at reading the second book. Meanwhile if anyone has been waiting for Hope's Reign as well here is a video done by Selina Fenech herself about the origins of her book. 

Hope's Reign (Memory's Wake Trilogy #2)by 

It was easy making strong friendships while stuck together running for their lives, but will Memory be able to stay friends with Eloryn, Roen and Will when trying to fit into courtly life? She tries to be true to herself, both new and old, but she struggles as she is haunted by her old self, quite literally.

The release date is yet to be determined but spoke to Selena through e-mail and she mentioned it could be taking until toward the ends of 2013. She had other projects that set her back on releasing Hope's Reign earlier in 2013.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Blood +: Part Two (2009) Price Drop on!

Finally has regulated the price to an acceptable price. It used to be $80.99 or about.

Let's hope that keeps up with having reasonable prices on anime. The only downside is that Blood +: Part One is still $199.99 and $97.99. With these prices not regulated by yet sales may not increase or happen with prices like that for Part One.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Anime and Manga Fan discovery of All Otaku e-Magazine

If you're a fanatic anime and manga fan you're going to want to know about the latest in anime and manga. Magazines are a great way to go but as any anime and manga fan knows just trying to keep up with an anime and manga always lifestyle can be expensive! There is one magazine that doesn't cost you and has fascinating writing too.

While wandering the internet this past March came across a magazine online named All Otaku centered around South Africa. I for one didn't know anime even existed in South Africa! Well it does and the same conclusion I came to is the very reason for All Otaku. A need to spread the passion and pursue of anime/manga fandom there for more awareness. Even if you're American or live in another country this is a helpful but more importantly ground-breaking magazine. An e-mag like this could sure be a treat for anime/manga fans!

All Otaku is available to download in PDF or Text viewable on your computer or electronic device.

All Otaku's e-mag Issues View:!magazine/c60z
Get the issues at Scribd:

All Otaku (reviews of anime, anime director research, video game reviews, and beautiful cosplay images) has a brilliant template going here and hope they continue with their issues. Joannah Stewart the prime editor in particular has an intimate and welcoming voice that definitely knows how to express to mag readers what is out there in entertainment.

All Otaku's Website:

Special Pre-Order Offer/Cover Revealed "Vampires Don't Sparkle"

Vampires Don’t Sparkle! poses the question: What would you do if you had unlimited power and eternal life?
Readers can pre-order a special personalized copy! Pre-orders must be received by March 16, 2013.

Proceeds from the sales of the anthology will be going to cancer research institutions. Michael West, the author of highly-acclaimed novels such as Poseidon’s Children, Cinema of Shadows, The Wide Game andSpook House, comments.  “It is a very personal cause for me.  One year ago, I lost one of my closest friends, author Sara J. Larson, to cancer, and then my wife was diagnosed with the disease last fall.  I hope that, with this anthology, we can help win the fight against this real-life horror.”

Authors and stories featured in Vampires Don't Sparkle! include:

Sunday, March 3, 2013

The Host Movie Trailer (2013) #2

A parasitic alien soul is injected into the body of Melanie Stryder. Instead of carrying out her race's mission of taking over the Earth, "Wanda" (as she comes to be called) forms a bond with her host and sets out to aid other free humans.

Theatrical Release Date: March 29, 2013

Friday, March 1, 2013

Don't miss the Ides of March Book Giveaway!

If you love winning free books then come enter the Ides of March Book Giveaway. These are print books and brought to you by 17 authors of cross-genre books.

In keeping with the  Ides of March it runs 1-15 March (2013). Lucky winners will get 16 books--one from each of the participating authors--and they're giving away one set per 500 entries. The contest is open to US/UK and Canada.

Website to enter?:

~From Alma, Author of The Taker~

I'm often asked by readers for suggestions of other books like The Taker, so I'm pleased to be able to introduce you to some writers of fantasy, historicals and supernatural fiction that you may not know about through this great contest.

 Do you love books that take you somewhere you've never been before? Books with a unique sense of history or a fantastical premise, dark thrills or the sparkle of your favorite fairy tale--or perhaps all of these rolled up in one? Seventeen of your favorite, award-winning and best-selling authors have teamed up to offer this giveaway: a copy of each of the following books to one lucky winner! 

THE LANTERN by Deborah Lawrenson
NY Times bestseller modern gothic novel of love, secrets, and murder—set against the lush backdrop of Provence
THE FIREBIRD (ARC) by Susanna Kearsley
A twin-stranded story that blends modern romance with 18th-century Jacobite intrigue, traveling from Scotland to Russia, from the NY Times bestselling author of The Winter Sea
In Regency England, at the dawn of the industrial era, magic and technology clash and the fate of the nation rests in the hands of a penniless young woman 
COLD MAGIC by Kate Elliott
An epic adventure fantasy with a decidedly steampunk edge where magic - and the power of the Cold Mages - hold sway 
THE MAPMAKER'S WAR by Ronlyn Domingue
A mesmerizing, utterly original adventure about love and loss and the redemptive power of the human spirit--releases March 5th!
DRACULA IN LOVE by Karen Essex
"If you read only one more vampire novel, let it be this one!" -C.W. Gortner, author of The Last Queen & The Confessions of Catherine de Medici
RED, WHITE AND BLOOD by Chris Farnsworth
High-octane supernatural thriller, a sequel to The President's Vampire
The House of Velvet and Glass weaves together meticulous period detail, intoxicating romance, and a final shocking twist in a breathtaking novel that will thrill readers
from the author of bestseller The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane
THE FAIREST OF THEM ALL (ARC) by Carolyn Turgeon
The Fairest of Them All is an inventive, magical fairy-tale mash-up about Rapunzel growing up to be Snow White's stepmother, out in August 2013 from the author of Godmother and Mermaid 
A sweeping and suspenseful tale of secrets, intrigue, and lovers separated by time, all connected through the mystical qualities of a perfume created in the days of Cleopatra--and lost for 2,000 years by bestselling novelist M.J. Rose
Combining elements of traditional fantasy, urban fantasy, mystery and historical fiction, Thieftaker will appeal to readers who enjoy intelligent fantasy and history with an attitude
GLAMOUR IN GLASS by Mary Robinette Kowal
Glamour in Glass follows the lives of the main characters from Shades of Milk and Honey, a loving tribute to the works of Jane Austen in a world where magic is an everyday occurrence 
Devil’s Gate is exhilarating urban fantasy, with first class writing and characters that are unforgettable beyond the last page
"A novel within a novel honoring what we love most about Austen: her engaging stories, rapier wit, and swoon worthy romance. Pitch perfect, brilliantly crafted." —Austenprose 

"A magical book!"—RT Book Reviews
THE CROOKED BRANCH by Jeanine Cummins
“Wonderfully written, with strong, compelling characters, it is a deeply satisfying combination of sweeping historical saga and modern family drama, a gentle reminder of the ever-reaching influence of family”--Booklist
The story of Isabella, Lady Trent, the world's preeminent dragon naturalist, and her thrilling expedition to Vystrana, where she made the first of many historic discoveries that would change the world forever
In the tradition of early Anne Rice, a gorgeously written sequel to The Taker that takes readers on a harrowing, passion-fueled chase that transcends the boundaries of time

The contest runs from March 1 - 15 and winner(s) will be notified within 48 hours. We'll give away one set of books per 500 entries.

                                    You can enter by filling out the form at this link. 

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