Hello friends! I have a special cover reveal for you today! This is for book #2 in the Boring Life series by my very good friend and co-blogger at The Writer Diaries, Jen Naumann. It is a YA Paranormal (including zombies if you didn’t get the memo) due out November 2013!! Jen designs her book covers herself, and let me tell you it is gorgeously zombified!!! Plus, Jen is giving away FIVE copies of the first book in the series (THE DAY ZOMBIES RUINED MY PERFECTLY BORING LIFE) so you can get acquainted with the series if you haven’t heard of it! Before we get to that prettified cover and giveaway though, here is a sneak peak on what THE TIME ZOMBIES BECAME THE LEAST OF MY WORRIES is about!
Ever since the zombie virus hit Emma’s irritatingly boring Midwestern hometown, she’s been on the run with her old best friend-turned-boyfriend Finn. On their journey, they’ve witnessed some pretty disgusting deaths, narrowly escaped life-threatening escapades that sometimes included one of their own pulling a gun on them numerous times, and redefined the definition of what makes up a family (as it turns out, soldiers and geeks can be pretty decent). They’ve even learned the disturbing truth behind the mysterious virus. But after Emma was bit by one of the infected trying to save her neighbor boy, she was told she would not have long to live.
In the thrilling sequel to The Day Zombies Ruined My Perfectly Boring Life, Finn will help to tell the story as Emma and the gang are faced with the most crucial life-changing decisions yet. They’ll come across an unfortunate group of rednecks, discover the truth of what happened to Finn’s federal agent mother, and finally see a chance at truly being safe without having to run anymore. But in the middle of it all, Emma and Finn’s relationship will soar to completely uncomfortable levels when Finn takes things one step too far. And between being injected with an unknown liquid, taking on a completely unexpected (and really agitating alliance), and being left for dead by those she loves most, Emma will realize that zombies are the least of her worries.
Hello friends! I have a special cover reveal for you today! This is for the debut novel KINETIC by my very good friend S.K. Anthony. It is an NA Urban Fantasy and it is due to be released in September 2013!!! The awesome Mae I Design & Photography did the cover and let me tell you, it is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! Before we get to that prettified cover, here is a sneak peak on what KINETIC is about!
Being strong is one thing. Being an unlimited source of power is quite another.
Genetically altered by the Organization, Annie Fox takes down criminals CIA-style with her luminary strength. With nothing to mend but her broken heart, she is relentlessly pursued by her boss Derek Lake. Just when Annie is about to give him a chance, her ex-husband unexpectedly comes out of hiding.
A wanted man, Nick Logan is a cold-hearted murderer who is considered enemy number one, and orders are clear: kill on contact. He is more powerful than ever and threatens the lives of those she holds most dear. His plan? Get his hands on Annie and use her Kinetic energy to destroy them all. When Annie finds herself with an opportunity to end him, she pauses, horrified by the scars covering the face she once loved. A split second that will cost her everything… Continue reading
By Leigh Ann Kopans
Published June 11, 2013
I am on TEAM ONE…so I may be biased…
No, actually I’m not because the book is too amazing to be biased. Check out the quick summary below first and then I will get into my review!
Here’s the book summary:
When having two powers makes you a Super and having none makes you a Normal, having only one makes you a sad half-superpowered freak.
It makes you a One.
Sixteen-year-old Merrin Grey would love to be able to fly – too bad all she can do is hover.
If she could just land an internship at the Biotech Hub, she might finally figure out how to fix herself. She busts her butt in AP Chem and salivates over the Hub’s research on the manifestation of superpowers, all in hopes of boosting her chances.
Then she meets Elias VanDyne, another One, and all her carefully crafted plans fly out the window. Literally. When the two of them touch, their Ones combine to make them fly, and when they’re not soaring over the Nebraska cornfields, they’re busy falling for each other.
Merrin’s mad chemistry skills land her a spot on the Hub’s internship short list, but as she gets closer to the life she always wanted, she discovers that the Hub’s purpose is more sinister than it has always seemed. Now it’s up to her to decide if it’s more important to fly solo, or to save everything – and everyone – she loves.
So my review? Read on! Continue reading