Sunday, March 31, 2013

Happy April Fools' Day! + Interview with T. Rae Mitchell & GIVEAWAY



Happy April Fool's Day! Don't be gullible and be fooled by pranks! XD
Today we have a very special guest..... T. Rae Mitchell, the author of Fate's Fables. No, this isn't a joke. Keep going for a giveaway and an interview with T. Rae! 

See the Fate's Fables review
HERE.

Some info about this lovely lady:

 T. Rae Mitchell is an incurable fantasy junkie who spent much of her youth mesmerizing her younger sisters with stories sprung from her crazy imagination. Over the years, her craving for the rush of being transported to fantastical realms became more acute.So it was only a matter of time before her habit got the best of her. Grief stricken one day upon discovering that her supply had dried up (her favorite bookstore had closed), she decided she'd had enough. Abandoning her career as an award-winning graphic designer, she entered a fantasy world of her own making called Fate's Fables. She lives in British Columbia with her husband and son who are helping her hope with her addiction. Fate's Fables is her debut novel.

Find her online:


Interview:

1. When will Fate's Keep (sequel to Fate's Fables) be released? *crosses fingers*

Tough to say exactly, but I'm aiming to get it out in early 2014.
2. Where did you find these 8 fables? Did you rewrite them and change the plot a little?

From the very start I never had any desire to remake existing stories because there are already so many new spins on the old classics. My goal was to write wholly new fables that gave the reader the feeling these stories had been around forever. To do this, I completely immersed myself in as much folklore, mythology, fairy tales and fables I could get my hands on and studied the old storytelling styles. Being such a visual person, I then poured over tons of art, both ancient and current, until I found ones that evoked the kernel of a story in my mind.


For example, Arthur Rackham’s illustration, The Magic Cup, was one that sparked the idea for The Goblin Queen. The scene shows this entranced girl staring at a gleaming goblet held up by some slithering green creatures coming up out of a murky pool. I wanted to know if she was under their spell. Were they giving her a gift, or luring her into danger? I’ve tried to find out what the story was behind this particular illustration, but haven’t had any luck. So if anyone can tell me, I’d love to know!


And that’s pretty much how I came up with the initial concepts for my 8 fables, knowing I would then write them with the intention that each one would grow darker and more complex than the last. 

3. How on earth did you come up with this crazily unique idea of incorporating fables into your
novel?

The idea was born after my favorite bookstore closed. This was a charming little place full of eye-catching book displays, hardwood floors patched with copper plates and book ladders that rolled along the brick walls of the century-old building, which was originally a granary. I was upset and couldn’t stop thinking about the hollowed-out store. So one day––in the shower actually–– while having a major pout about it, I wondered what I might see if I peeked through the windows. Had anything been left behind? Strangely enough, my wild imagination offered up a giant ten-foot tall book, a magic Book of Fables to be exact. And then a girl named Fate stepped into the deserted bookstore. I’d never had a character just pop into my head fully named before. I usually spend a lot of time choosing names, looking up the meanings and really making sure it fits the character. But that was her name and I knew Fate was destined to plunge inside the Book of Fables, travel through 8 dark tales and somehow rewrite them into happily-ever-afters. 

4. When I read the first fable "The Lonely Sorceress", it seemed more like a myth to me. I always associated the word "fable" with stories like "The boy who cried wolf" and the word "myth" with Greek and Roman myths. What do you think is the difference between fables and myths?

I realize that fables are more commonly perceived as short stories, such as in Aesop’s Fables, while the Greek and Roman myths are more epic in scope. But for me, whether the label is fairy tale, fable or myth, they’re all stories encompassing the supernatural and elements of magic. 

Did you choose to use the word "fable" because of the alliteration with Fate's name?

Actually, the working manuscript was titled Fate’s Bookstore. But after a while it became clear the novel should be called Fate’s Fables, since the fables play such a huge role, while the bookstore was a very small part of the story. So I more or less fluked into the alliteration.

5. Is there an author, past or present, who you particularly admire?

Garth Nix is my all time favorite. I love his Abhorsen trilogy. His unusual concepts and lovable characters have influenced my work more than any other writer. 

6. What is it like to be a graphic designer? What did you have to do?

Graphic design is challenging in that you have to take a client’s product or service and create a visual representation, such as a logo, a brochure or packaging, which instantly communicates to the public what that service or product is and does. Sometimes that can take several rounds and many adjustments based on client feedback, and other times I’d hit a home run the first time, which can be a very rewarding experience. But it doesn’t hold a candle to the thrill of creating wholly new worlds.

7. How long did it take to write Fate's Fables?
Five years. The initial concept and bare bones of the story took me nine months to write. But I’d bitten off a lot with weaving my main storyline throughout 8 different stories. Over those five years, I often asked myself what I was thinking taking on such a complicated plot! So needless to say, I had to step up my game and it took some time to really get my writing chops down. All in all though, I thoroughly enjoyed writing this first book and loved living in Fate’s world.

Thank you Ms. Mitchell for this wonderful interview!

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Happy Easter! + Review: Fate's Fables by T. Rae Mitchell



Happy Easter! Today on this religious day that also symbolized bunnies, eggs, and peeps (those yummy marshmallow birdies), we have a review of an amazing author's debut novel. Stay tuned for an interview with Ms. Mitchell and a GIVEAWAY tomorrow!

And remember: Eat lots of peeps!


A huge thank you to Ms. Mitchell for sending me this book for my fair and honest review!


Fate’s Fables by T. Rae Mitchell
Dani’s rating: 5 stars
Overall rating: 5 stars

Format: Paperback
Publisher: Original Mix Media
Publication Date: January 26, 2013
Pages: 476

Goodreads Synopsis:
There's No Escaping Your Destiny

Seventeen-year-old Fate Floyd loves adventure –– as long as it’s enjoyed from the comfort of her couch. So it’s probably best she has no idea the future of the universe rests squarely on her shoulders.

Summoned by a desperate stranger's spell in a last ditch effort to fix a colossal screw-up, Fate's cast into a secret world bound by the ancient Book of Fables to retrieve a magical object powerful enough to set everything right. The only problem is, once she’s inside this savage wonderland, her only way out is to change the endings of the book’s eight dark fables into their mirror opposites. Fortunately, she doesn’t have to run this gauntlet alone, because she meets the mysteriously familiar Finn, who’s as inexplicably drawn to her as she is to him.

As they endure horrors beyond imagining, Fate awakens to powers she never knew she possessed and Finn questions his very existence, while an insidious darkness changes him in frightening ways. Ultimately, Fate must confront the faceless evil concealing itself behind the eyes of her one true love or remain trapped within the Book of Fables forever

Dani’s Review:

     Fate’s Fables is unlike any other fantasy novel I have read. Ms. Mitchell has a unique writing style with a quality almost like great fantasy novels of the past such as Lord of the Rings. She uses so much description and imagery, a trait in books that is sometimes dismissed as being “boring” in the 21st century. This is not one of those paranormal fantasies that are solely about the drama of a teenage girl dating a mystical creature. Fate’s Fables is about a girl leaving her sheltered life and embarking on a journey to change the lives of people living in eight different worlds. A girl who must abandon every moral, every idea she thinks is right to come out of these places alive.

     The main character is a young woman named Fate. She is the author of a surprisingly successful fantasy novel called Magick Brew. She is a single child raised by her ever loving and devoted father, Eustace, who tried his best to keep her innocent from the dangers of the world. Her life changed for good when she finds a mysterious stranger named Finn at her deceased grandma’s bookstore and a giant book of fables that she never knew existed. Fate and Finn are literally transported by the book to a fable. To get out of the book’s 8 fables, they must change the horrible endings of the stories into happily ever after’s.

     There isn’t a single thing about this novel that I disliked. I will admit, if I wasn’t given a copy of this book by Ms. Mitchell, I probably would never have read it. The idea of combining fables with a fantasy plot seemed shaky to me. But I was definitely proven wrong! The idea of changing the endings of these fables to happy ones intrigued me. The beginning of this novel confused me a bit, but I quickly caught on to what was happening. As I kept reading, the story and the writing just got better and better!

     I loved the character development in this novel. Fate’s Fables is written in third person, but the point of views somewhat switched between Fate and Finn. Their emotions are described so well, I could really relate to and understand what they were feeling. Their romance caused each other so much pain and suffering, yet they still pulled through and managed to make it work. <3 Fate and Finn. One of my favorite book couples!

     The 2 other main characters, Sithias the winged serpent and Gerdie the supposedly “young” and “little” girl found a special place in my heart. I don’t remember the last time I read a book that had such heartwarming and hilarious characters. I attribute this to Ms. Mitchell’s FANTASTIC writing! P.S. This is her DEBUT novel! Even more props to her for writing such a great first novel!

     Fate’s Fables ended in a cliffhanger that left me heartbroken. There isn’t an exact release date for the second book, Fate’s Keep, but I hope it will be soon!
    
     All in all, I recommend Fate’s Fables to ANYONE looking for a good read! Even if you don’t like fantasy novels, read this book! It will suck you into its world and you will be cheering on the characters from the sidelines, wishing and hoping that they will escape each fable with their limbs intact. 
     There also happens to be a trailer for Fate's Fables:



~Dani

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Review: Apollyon by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Apollyon (Covenant, #4)
Apollyon by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Steph’s Rating: 5 Stars
Dani's rating: 5 stars
Overall Rating: 5 Stars

Format: Paperback
Publication Date: April 9th, 2013
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Pages: 343

Goodreads Synopsis:
Fate isn’t something to mess with… and now, neither is Alex.

Alex has always feared two things: losing herself in the Awakening and being placed on the Elixir. But love has always been stronger than Fate, and Aiden St. Delphi is willing to make war on the gods—and Alex herself—to bring her back.

The gods have killed thousands and could destroy entire cities in their quest to stop Seth from taking Alex’s power and becoming the all-powerful God Killer. But breaking Alex’s connection to Seth isn’t the only problem. There are a few pesky little loopholes in the whole “an Apollyon can’t be killed” theory, and the only person who might know how to stop the destruction has been dead for centuries.

Finding their way past the barriers that guard the Underworld, searching for one soul among countless millions, and then somehow returning will be hard enough. Alex might be able to keep Seth from becoming the God Killer… or she might become the God Killer herself.

Steph’s Review: 
*DO NOT read this review if you haven’t read Deity yet. It is spoilerific for the other books prior to this one. I also strongly suggest you read Elixir (Aiden POV novella between Deity and Apollyon) before Apollyon. It’s technically isn’t a “mandatory” read, but you won’t get some of the stuff in the Apollyon. Oh and P.S., this will be a long review xD.

WOW. Jen has once again swept me off my feet and launched me into orbit of the swoon world. I don’t know how she does it, but somehow every single thing she writes comes out as a masterpiece. I would honestly read anything she writes, without even reading summaries or seeing covers. Apollyon was amazing and enrapturing from the very first paragraph, and I was so happy to be able to get my hands on this earlier than the release date (you have my forever thanks, B&N!). Trust me, I had a whole “I can’t believe this is happening *squealing like a monkey*” discussion with Dani on it. This is most definitely the craziest ride we’ve been on with Alex and Aiden so far, and I absolutely loved every word etched in the pages. I can’t get enough of this series!

This book starts a little after the end of Elixir (and if you didn’t read it, around a month after Deity) with Alex connected to Seth. This was probably the hardest part of Apollyon to read, with all those excruciatingly painful “my Seth’s” strewn in across the chapters *gags*. It was awful to read Alex’s POV while she was in this state, because she is not at all the Alex we know and love. Her worst fears are coming true, but her bond to Seth keeps her from even knowing that. Thankfully, Jen doesn’t keep Alex in this state too long. *squeals* I just loved the way Alex was able to break off from Seth! It was the sweetest thing ever, and was definitely one of my favorite scenes in the entire book. Once Alex is freed from Seth’s grasps, she and her crew of eight are desperately trying to find a way to turn the tide of the war, and to keep the world from going into complete pandemonium. Look forward to the Underworld! That place is just insane, and our characters must stretch themselves to their limits to face what is coming. 

I would most definitely say that Apollyon is the heaviest book in the series, if you can understand what I mean by that. The things Alex had to deal with in the past were terrible, but Apollyon kind of feels like a whole different level. Everything becomes more deep, and nothing is as it seems. Overall, I feel like the aura from it is just a lot darker than any of the other books in the series. With all the crap thats going on, with the war, Seth, the big bad connection, Alex and Aiden’s guilt, remorse etc, Apollyon is a lot to take in. There isn’t as much action in this as the other books in the series, like its the semi-calm before the storm (it’s definitely not calm, but I know that whatever is going to happen in Sentinel will be explosive and just on another scale). Don’t worry too much about this, if you’re afraid that Apollyon is depressing, because Jen still, amazingly (just another show of her skill), is able to put humor into all of these stark situations. I love Deacon and Marcus and Apollo so much! Apollo and his impeccable timing, oh, and the “Release the Kraken”!!!! Ahahahaha, good times :D

I’ve already given the title of “Queen of Cliffhangers” to Jen, but now its time to present her with another award: “Queen of Awkward Situations”. There are so many awkward scenes in Apollyon that are just the cutest scenes to read. It’s not just Alex this time, but everyone. She gives all of her characters their fair share of attention. I bet anyone who watched me read Apollyon thought I was on crack or something because it was really hard to not start chortling like an idiot in public. I’m sure they saw lots of strange facial contortions and weird smiles. There is a great balance of serious and light scenes.

Jen makes the big reveal in this book as to which god is behind the creation of Seth and Solaris and basically the whole mess of the two Apollyon’s. I had my suspicions on who it would be, but I totally didn’t see the character they were played by coming. Just like Leon is Apollo, one of the character’s is also this certain god. Did not expect that! I was so happy that Jen at least put in that twist in there, since it would’ve been a little unsurprising with just putting the god out there. If you look back into the series, you will pick up some clues. Oh, and I hate this god’s a**. I detest him/her with every cell in my heart and soul.

All of our characters are changing in Apollyon. I know, I said that in my Deity review, but Jen’s characters develop even more. The stress of impending doom that looms over everyone’s heads will take their toll, and everyone has to adapt. Alex is really starting to grow up in this book, and she is no longer her selfish and more childish self that she was in Half-Blood. She is maturing, but we still see her lovable snarky side. I loved that Jen was making Alex and crew become a tight knit family, and even people who were once enemies have become closer (ie Lea and Alex, and Marcus and Alex). Have I mentioned I just love Marcus now? Gahahaha. His awkward scenes just cracked me up so bad. We even get a glimpse of past characters now deceased in Apollyon, and I was very thankful for that because I feel like it gave some closure. 

Aiden. *swooooons*. Just hearing his name now makes me dizzy, I love him so, so much. Seriously, if I ever have a baby boy or something, Aiden is going to be his name. He is dealing with the guilt of having forcefully put Alex under the Elixir, and I love to see his dynamic with Alex as they both come out of traumatic situations. No doubt they’ve got some PTSD working, but from Apollyon you can truly see that they are each other’s reason for living. There are tons of *ahem* sex scenes in Apollyon, and I even have favorites. I don’t believe you can count them on one hand XD. He is just so perfect, and I am head over heels in love with him. Alex is so lucky to have him. Definitely the swooniest guy of 2013! I can’t imagine any book boyfriend who could beat him now.

Agh there is just so much that happens in Apollyon, in preparation for the final book *sobs*. It’s impossible to get to everything in a review. I’m actually considering writing a book on the Covenant books so I can talk about everything. I am anxious to know how Jennifer is going to wrap up this series *breaks down again*, and I know that Sentinel is going to be absolutely amazing. December can’t come soon enough, but thankfully I’ve got her other books to keep me company while I wallow in self-pity. Apollyon is a must read in general, and definitely any JLA fan should read it. I can’t believe this series is ending this very year, and while I am desperate for Sentinel, I also don’t want this to end. I suppose all good things must come to close though, and I’m just really happy I found this series at all. Definitely one of my all time favorites!


Dani's commentary:
I agree with everything Steph said, but I have a few things to add. So while Steph was flipping out about Alex and Aiden while reading Apollyon, I was extremely worried about SETH. After reading Deity, I decided that I will had hope for Seth. And after reading Apollyon? Yes. I still have hope for Seth. SEMI-SPOILER: All Seth has wanted is to be loved and accepted. He had a horrible childhood because his pure-blood mother didn't like him. No wonder he loves Lucian's fake sucking up to him. He just wants to be LOVED because his mother hated him. So now that you know this, please cut Seth some slack!

I predict that in Sentinel Alex will defeat Seth WITHOUT killing him and Seth will atone for the terrible things he did. Call me crazy, but I believe in Happily Ever Afters. And I won't say "I told you so." when my prediction comes true. Or maybe I will....

<3 Steph & Dani

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Review: Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare



We won this novel from Stuck in Books’s YA Paranormal Hop. Thank you Valerie at stuckinbooks.com!!!

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare
Dani’s rating: 5 stars
Overall rating: 5 stars

Format: E-book
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
Publication Date: March 13th 2013
Pages: 568

Goodreads Synopsis:

Danger and betrayal, secrets and enchantment in the breathtaking conclusion to the Infernal Devices trilogy

Tessa Gray should be happy - aren't all brides happy?
Yet as she prepares for her wedding, a net of shadows begins to tighten around the Shadowhunters of the London Institute.
A new demon appears, one linked by blood and secrecy to Mortmain, the man who plans to use his army of pitiless automatons, the Infernal Devices, to destroy the Shadowhunters. Mortmain needs only one last item to complete his plan. He needs Tessa. And Jem and Will, the boys who lay equal claim to Tessa's heart, will do anything to save her.

Dani’s Review:
Clockwork Princess has officially become my favorite YA book. I have read all of Cassandra Clare’s books released to date, and Clockwork Princess is the best by far. Ms. Clare’s vivid descriptions of the setting and the characters, careful planned plot twists, and heart wrenching romance made this novel flawless. She plunged deep into the lake of each character’s emotions. So many secrets are finally revealed!

Clockwork Prince left off with the London Institute in disarray because of an attack by Mortmain’s automatons. Jessamine had betrayed her fellow Shadowhunters, Tessa’s brother Nate died, and in essence a shadow fell upon the inhabitants of the Institute. However, love brought a ray of sunshine into the darkness....To all except Will and Tessa. Jem proposed to Tessa and Tessa agreed to marry him. A few minutes later, Will declared his love to Tessa and poured out his heart to her. Sadly, he is literally minutes too late. Will is stricken with shock and grief when Tessa pretends she is indifferent to his feelings and tells him that she has accepted Jem’s proposal. Both Will and Tessa are torn--Will is fighting his feelings for his parabatai’s fiancĂ© and Tessa is fighting her feelings for Will. What a love triangle!

I can’t even begin to try to write about Clockwork Princess’s plot without spoiling anything. Here are a few SEMI spoiler-free things, so read at your own risk!

  • The fate of demon pox ridden Benedict Lightwood is revealed
  • Will and Gabriel’s enmity for each other is resolved....somewhat
  • Cecily eventually stops trying to drag Will back to their parents
  • Jem comes EXTREMELY close to death </3 <--That’s my heart when that happened.
  • Consul Wayland is really annoying because of his old-school opinions such as “Women are delicate creatures who shouldn’t have any authority”
  • Charlotte shows her full leadership abilities (especially at the end!)
  • The epic love triangle problem is finally solved although not without lots of sadness
  • Ding, dong, the Magister is dead! (Okay that was a spoiler, but the bad guys are always defeated....right?)
  • There are THREE romances! That’s right a new romance blooms. Can you guess who the lovebirds are?
  • Will actually does have a Welsh Dragon tattoo
I loved the parallels between the Infernal Devices and the Mortal Instruments. Apparently the Portal (first introduced in the MI books) was created by Henry Branwell. In one of the Mortal Instruments books, a clockwork angel stuffed in a display cabinet at the New York Institute is mentioned. A female warlock who Cassandra Clare confirmed was Tessa talked to Magnus at one of his parties in one of the books. Best of all, Clockwork Princess reveals why the Silent Brother named Brother Zachariah cares about Jace’s wellbeing so much when he learns that Jace is a Herondale. This is a secret that I could NEVER have guessed. Clockwork Princess ends a little after City of Lost Souls (the last book in the MI series), so there is ONE secret involving one of our favorite boys that I am dying to know.
Clockwork Princess contains an epilogue! The epilogue caused me to shed a tear or two (or maybe a lot of tears :3 )because I lived vicariously through Tessa and felt her pain as she continued her immortal life while her loved ones died. Can you imagine what it’s like to watch the people you love die? Fortunately, Tessa had her friendship with Magnus Bane and annual meeting with a certain dear friend serve as her lifeline to the world.

This time, I don’t need to say something along the lines of “I highly recommend this book because of blah blah blah” because if you’re a fan of the Infernal Devices series, you must be desperate to get your hands on Clockwork Princess! Here are some of my favorite quotes to quench your need to read: (notice the rhyme? :3 )

“Sometimes one must choose whether to be kind or honorable," he said. "Sometimes one cannot be both. (Will Herondale)

“You don't think I can fight." Tessa said, drawing back and matching his silvery gaze with her own. "Because I'm a girl."
"I don't think you can fight because you're wearing a wedding dress", said Jem. "For what it's worth, I don't think Will could fight in that dress either."
"Perhaps not," said Will, who had ears like a bat. "But I would make a radiant bride.”

“I thought perhaps that when you told me you did not love me that my own feelings would fall away and atrophy, but they have not. They have grown every day. I love you now more desperately, this moment, than I have ever loved you before, and in an hour I will love you more than that”

“It's all very romantic," Gabriel said, and then frowned. "Or it would be, if my brother could get a word out without sounding like a choking frog. I fear he will not go down in history as one of the world's greatest wooers of women.

And now I will end this review of this fantabulous book with these words: Will hates ducks. :)

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Cover Reveal: Frigid by J. Lynn (Jennifer L. Armentrout)

Okay everyone. As promised, Dani and I have a cover reveal for you today on a "certain" JLA book. Remember that NA novel she was talking about a while ago? And posted TONS of pictures from a photo shoot for? Did you guess Frigid? Well, we have our FRIGID cover reveal today. While the name is quite cold, just get your cold shower on just in case ;)

Ready? Here it is. I LOVE IT!

Frigid


Gah! I love that cover so much! It's quite sizzling despite the snowy background. I always love her covers, this one no exception! 

Interested now? Here is a synopsis:

For twenty-one-year-old Sydney, being in love with Kyler isn't anything new. They'd been best friends ever since he pushed her down on the playground and she made him eat a mud pie. Somewhere over the years, she fell for him and fell hard. The big problem with that? Kyler puts the 'man' in man-whore. He's never stayed with a girl longer than a few nights, and with it being their last year in college, Syd doesn't want to risk their friendship by declaring her love.

Kyler has always put Syd on a pedestal that was too high for him to reach. To him, she's perfect and she's everything. But the feelings he has for her, he's always hidden away or focused on any other female. After all, Kyler will always be the poor boy from the wrong side of tracks, and Syd will always be the one girl he can never have.

But when they're stranded together at a posh ski resort due to a massive Nor'easter, there's nothing stopping their red-hot feelings for each other from coming to the surface. Can their friendship survive the attraction? Better yet, can they survive at all? Because as the snow falls, someone is stalking them, and this ski trip may be a life-changer in more ways than one.

Frigid will be available in digital formats on July 30th 2013
Print release of Frigid will be November 5th 2012
 

J. Lynn, also known as Jennifer L. Armentrout, is a # 1 New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author. She lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia. All the rumors you’ve heard about her state aren’t true. When she’s not hard at work writing. she spends her time reading, working out, watching really bad zombie movies, pretending to write, and hanging out with her husband and her Jack Russel Loki. 

Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short stories….which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She is published with Spencer Hill Press, Entangled Teen and Brazen, Disney/Hyperion and Harlequin Teen.

She also writes adult and New Adult romance under the name J. Lynn. She is published by Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JLArmentrout
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JenniferLArmentrout
Website: http://www.jenniferarmentrout.com/


Find more pictures of Kyler and Sydney, and tons of teaser tidbits from Jen HERE too! If you haven't read these and you plan to, I suggest you really go get that cold shower running. It would be a good idea.

Jen is so amazing, seriously she has a book coming out pretty much every month this year! Can't wait for this to come out! I am 100% sure Dani and I are going to L-O-V-E it!

*Also as a note, everyone who "signed up for the Frigid cover reveal" actually signed up for the "Sentinel cover reveal". However, Jenn pulled one on us and everyone who signed up to show Sentinel ended up showing Frigid in its place. The Sentinel cover reveal will be hosted by Deity Island, though I'm sure as soon as bloggers see it they will be sharing the covers themselves too (yes, that includes us :D) Can't wait for that cover too!
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