Less than a year ago I started blogging and it’s been quite a ride since that day. This blog is mostly about writing, blog tours, author interviews and books but occasionally I’ve slipped and posted (or re-posted) some other articles, thoughts etc here. At first this was just a place to clear my head but soon I realized that someone might actually read what I have to say, find interesting new books and meet their favorite authors here so I added a category or two. I’ve had over 2000 visitors from 71 countries! Yes, that’s right! There are 196 countries in the World so I have couple of more places to conquer though 🙂
So thank you for being a part of my world!
Let’s kick this party going!
For the next seven days or so I’ll be giving away lots of great Kindle reads. All you have to do to participate to the drawing is comment here or on my FB page or send me a PM (on FB)/email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Okay, I think we’re all set…
Today I will be giving away some books for Teen/YA readers. There’s 2 Kindle copies of Digitus 233 by K.D. Emerson, 2 Kindle copies of my Black Diamond and 1 Kindle, 1 Smashwords copy of Gerald and the Wee People by Greta Burroughs!
“An Amazing Roller Coaster Ride of Suspense”
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When Zeph, the adventurous son of a millionaire hid in the cargo hold of the Learjet carrying his brother Zander to camp he had no idea there was anything dark or ominous going on. That was until he watched Zander ejected from the plane onto a barren arctic island and Zeph, trapped on the plane, found himself headed for South America. Will he be able to expose the truth behind Digitus, the world’s dominant corporation, or will they succeed in their sinister plan to control his brother and destroy the world?
This is more than an action packed book series; it’s a wakeup call to the world. Will we allow ourselves to go blindly into slavery or will we stand up and fight for freedom and our basic human rights before it’s too late?
Part One of McLean Twins Series
After her mom’s sudden death, twelve-year-old Shannon McLean has to move from the US to the English countryside to live with her mysterious father, Connor McLean, whom she hasn’t seen since she was a baby. Soon she discovers that he doesn’t want her around and her moving into his huge manor, Greyman Hill, is nothing more to him than a compulsory deal. But if he does not exactly give her a warm welcome, his servant Robert is most likely an incarnation of evil. He runs the house with an iron touch and makes everyone who works there his little puppets.
Weird things start to happen and the whole place scares the crap out of Shannon. Her dad can control her just by looking at her. The walls are full of secret passages and apparently she has the talent to awaken the ghosts in them. Every day is worse than the day before and she wants badly to run away but discovers it’s impossible. If she wants to stay alive she has to do exactly as her dad says or else she will not only jeopardize her own life but also the lives of the people around her.
While Shannon struggles to find the magic inside her, Connor is slowly turning into a demon. One carelessly spoken word from her could either save or destroy them both. In the end she has to decide whether to save herself and her loved ones, or lose her dad to the darkness and evil that threaten to eat his soul.
Gerald and the Wee People is a novel intended for young adults but readers of all ages will get carried away in the world of the Wee People.
Gerald and his best friend, Vernon literally fall into a new world when responding to a plea for help. A few years prior to that, the boys had discovered an unusual clearing in the woods where only Gerald had the ability to watch the daily activities that took place in a miniature village.
When creatures started attacking the village, Gerald became more and more concerned about the little inhabitants that he had become attached to. Vernon humored his friend but became concerned when Gerald mentioned one of the villagers coming to him and asking for help.
To prove him wrong, Vernon agreed to venture out to the clearing late one night and show Gerald it was all in his imagination. Instead, Vernon was drawn into the enchanted vision and both boys charged off to the rescue.
While in the wee people village, Gerald and Vernon try to fulfill a prophecy overcoming many dangers and obstacles. The boys help the villagers in their fight against the misshapen ones while also trying to defeat a powerful being intent on destroying all life.
The characters in the book come to life and will make you laugh, cry and root for the underdog. Gerald and the Wee People is an action packed fantasy adventure that will keep you spellbound until the last page.