Thursday, October 31, 2013

Sentinel Blog Tour: Elixir Day: Elixirs To Scare You Into Reading Covenant!

by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Aiden St. Delphi will do anything to save Alex. 

Even if it means doing the one thing he will never forgive himself for. 

Even if it means making war against the gods.

About Jennifer

# 1 New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Jennifer L. Armentrout Lives in West Virginia. 
All the rumors you heard about her state aren’t true.
Well, mostly. When she's not hard at work writing, she spends her time, reading, working out, watching zombie movies, and pretending to write.
She is the author of the Covenant Series (Spencer Hill Press), the Lux Series (Entangled Teen), Don't Look Back (Disney/Hyperion) and a yet untitled novel (Disney/Hyperion), and new YA paranormal series with Harlequin Teen.
Jennifer also writes New Adult and Adult romance under the pen name J. Lynn. The Gamble Brothers Series (Tempting the Best Man/Tempting the Player) and Wait for You. Under her pen name, she is published with Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!!! I am so excited about being on this tour, and on this date and for this book!!! Because I have come up with the most amazing idea for a post ever!!! In honor of Elixir day, I have come up with elixirs for the series!!! Color coordinated, halloween themed amazing drinks to keep you company while you are swooning over Seth & Aiden!!! 

Now for my disclaimer:



I know there are some readers under age, and I am not condoning drinking, drinking underage, so please! DO NOT DRINK UNLESS YOU ARE OF THE LEGAL AGE!!! You can replace the alcohol ingredients with non alcoholic beverages and what not. 

Beaker Punch

Fill beaker with bright green punch and 1oz Smirnoff No. 21 vodka for a spooky treat!

Half Blood 
Black Cat Cocktail

1 oz Blue Curacao
1 oz Vodka
3 oz Lemon Lime Soda
1 oz Cranberry Juice
1/2 ox Fresh squeezed lime juice
Lime twist for garnish

Fill shaker halfway with ice
Add curacao, vodka and lime juice.
Add soda and stir.
Pour cranberry juice into tall glass
Over the back of a spoon, gently strain the mixed ingredients over the cranberry juice, be careful not to completely mix to two for presentation
Serve with a cocktail stirrer and a lime twist for garnish. 

Eyeball Blue Brew

To make the cocktail:
For the drink:
4 oz white grapefruit juice
3/4 oz lychee liqueur
1-1/4 oz blue curacao

Fill a shaker most of the way up with ice.
Add the ingredients and stir gently (you don’t want to “bruise” the alcohol by shaking this one).
Pour into a  martini glass.
Garnish with an eyeball.

To make the eyeballs:
For the eyeball garnish:
Canned lychee fruit
Strawberry or raspberry preserve
Tooth pick

Dry lychee and fill cavity with red preserves.
Insert blueberry.
Spear with a toothpick.
Make several for fun display while you mix the cocktail.

Bleeding Heart

2 ounces dry vermouth
8 ounces premium gin
Ice cubes
Pickled Baby Beets, each placed on a cocktail skewer

Chill 4 martini glasses in the freezer or fill with ice water and let sit until frosty, about 5 minutes (pour out water). Add the vermouth, dividing evenly; swirl to coat the glasses, then pour out. Add gin to a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously until chilled; divide among chilled glasses. Garnish each with a skewered pickled baby beet, and serve immediately.

Haunted Dirty Matrini
A dirty martini with a Halloween twist. 
1.5 oz SMIRNOFF NO. 21® Vodka 
1 splash Olive Juice. In a shaker with ice
Add SMIRNOFF® No.21 Vodka and olive juice. 
Shake and strain into a martini glass. 
Garnish with olive and mini skeleton.

Kissed Creamy Caramel
Smirnoff Kissed Creamy Caramel. 
1.5 oz SMIRNOFF® Kissed Caramel Flavored Vodka
0.5 oz of butterscotch liquor. 
Shake all ingredients with ice. 
Shake and pour into a martini glass. Drizzle with caramel before pouring.

Black Lagoon Cocktail
4 ounces vodka
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice

Combine vodka, syrup, and juice in a cocktail shaker, stir to combine. Add seltzer, and divide between two glasses filled with licorice ice cubes. Serve immediately.


This drink is clear when first poured, but starts to darken as the black ice cubes melt. To make serving multiple cocktails easier, multiply and mix the vodka, syrup, and lemon juice in a pitcher. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve up to 3 hours. Pour mixture into glasses over licorice ice cubes, then top with seltzer.

That's it!! I hope that everyone enjoyed this! I will be going to bust out some Pure and that eyeball brew!! I hope you enjoyed this stop!!! Chest out the rest of the blogs on this AMAZING tour!!!

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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Through The Zombie Glass Blog Tour: Kat & Frosty Interview + Giveaway!

Through The Zombie Glass
by Gena Showalter
Inspired by the childhood classic Alice in Wonderland, this harrowing and romantic story features teen zombie slayer Alice Bell who has lost so much—family, friends, her home.

After a strange new zombie attack, Alice fears she may be losing her mind as well. A terrible darkness blooms inside her, urging her to do wicked things.

The whispers of the dead assault her ears and mirrors seem to come frighteningly to life. She’s never needed her team of zombie slayers more—including her boyfriend, Cole—than she does now. But as Cole strangely withdraws and the zombies gain new strength, Ali knows one false step may doom them all.
Pre-Order your copy: Amazon  |  Barnes & Nobles  |  IndieBound  |  Book Depository
Visit the White Rabbit Chronicles page for more details and some Team Badges! 

About Gena Showalter -
GENA SHOWALTER is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of the Intertwined novels and several other popular YA and adult series. Her stories have been featured on MTV and in Seventeen magazine and have been praised as unputdownable.” Growing up, she always had her nose buried in a book. When it came time to buckle down and get a job, she knew writing was it for her. Gena lives in Oklahoma with her family and three slobbery bulldogs. Become a fan on Facebook, follow her on Twitter @GenaShowalter and visit her at and at
I am so excited to be apart of this wonderful tour for Through The Zombie Glass!!! I hear there have been some pretty awesome things and I am so excited to bring you the most awesome post of the tour!!!! Let's go out with a bang shall we???
Here is a wonderful treat for all you zombie hunters out there, the lovely Kat and feisty Frosty are here today to be grilled by the Tater. So snuggle up…time to get cozy…that means you too *points to Kat & Frosty* don’t sit so far apart!

What is the best thing to bring to a zombie fight?
Frosty: A friend that runs slower than you. Kidding. I’m kidding. An enemy that runs slower than you.
Kat: As if you’ve ever run from a fight. You live for killing zombies with your fists. And your swords. And your guns. And your hacksaw.
Frosty: I love that you know me so well.

What is the worst thing to bring to a zombie fight?
Frosty: Lack of training. Seriously, if you want to become Z-food, just go ahead and take a stroll at night without first learning the basics of self-zombietection. 
Kat: Zombietection?
Frosty: It’s a new word. All the cool kids are saying it.

Describe yourself in 3 words.
Kat: Totally freaking awesome. (What? It’s not bragging if it’s true)
Frosty: Crazy for Kat.

Tell me a secret of yours.
Kat: Shhhh…don’t tell anyone, but…the kidney disease is worse than I’ve copped to.
Frosty: I don’t know if this is a secret so much as a statement of fact. But here goes -- I will tear the world apart if anything ever happens to Kat. 

What is something that baffles you?
Kat: Zombies. Just die and stay dead already!
Frosty: Kat. You’ve met the girl, right? 

Red vines or twizlers?
Frosty – Red vines
Kat-- Twizlers
Sweet or salty?
Frosty – Salty
Kat-- Sweet
Coke or Pepsi?
Frosty – Coke
Kat -- Pepsi
Burger or steak?
Frosty –BurgerKat—Steak
Frosty – You’re just saying the opposite of me. 
Kat – Duh.
Frosty – Next time, you’re going first.
Day or night?
Kat – Day. Are you kidding?
Frosty – Night. 
Favorite Place?
Frosty – Wherever Kat is.
Kat – Frosty’s embrace.
Frosty—That just earned you big time points, Kitty Kat.
Kat – Oh, yeah? Well, what do I get to do with these points?
Frosty – You get to redeem them for kisses.
Kat – Rock on!
Cat or Dog?
Frosty – Kat. Points for me?
Kat – Dog. And yes. Like, a lot.Snow or rain?
Frosty and Kat – Rain.
Frosty – There’s nothing like kissing your girl in the rain.
Kat – True. But you need more points for that and we’re out of questions.

Thanks you to for being such a fun interview…and before I go, can I have one more request…pucker up you too. One last kiss before we go!


Go and see a scary movie, buy your favorite scary series or movie on DVD and make these days perfect with a pizza and some coffee to calm your nerves! 
“Look for the White Rabbit Contest”: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays , the white Rabbit will appear on a different blog and stays there for 48hrs. Once you have found the Rabbit, click on it and you will be directed to a Rafflecopter entry form for the Grand Prize Giveaway! To enter, you must answer the daily question found at the Tour Stop!!!

Today’s “Looking for the White Rabbit” question:
Kat and Frosty! What a pair hu? Reading this fabulous interview, what do you love most about this couple? 
Comment below for your chance to win!

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Tour Schedule
Monday, September 2nd - Harlequin Paranormal Blog 
Tuesday, September 3rd - Bewitched Bookworms
Wednesday, September 4th - Parajunkee
Thursday, September 5th - IB Blogging
Friday, September 6th - Julie Kagawa

Monday, September 9th - fiktshun

Tuesday, September 10th -Harlequin TEEN Facebook (Tab)
Wednesday, September 11th - Katie McGarry
Thursday, September 12th - Gena Showalters Website
Friday, September 13th - The Irish Banana

Monday, September 16th - Supernatural Snark
Tuesday, September 17th - Gena Showalter Facebook and Rachel Caine
Wednesday, September 18th - Reading Lark
Thursday, September 19th - Aimée Carter
Friday, September 20th - Tater's Tall Tails

Friday, September 13, 2013

Gold Blog Tour: Austin Interview + Giveaway

by Talia Vance
Descended from an Irish demigod, Brianna has fled to Ireland to escape destruction at the hands of her sworn enemies, the Sons of Killian. Taking refuge at the estate of her former nemesis, Austin Montgomery, Brianna discovers a rift in time that opens to an era before the feud began.

Wrestling with her newfound feelings for the more innocent Austin, Brianna begins to wonder if she can alter the past. But when Brianna and Austin learn that the Sons are raising an army of mythical beasts, the pair will need to use their magical strength in the present to avoid a tragic end.

About Talia:
Talia Vance is a practicing litigation attorney living in Northern California with her real life love interest, two-point-five kids, and a needy Saint Bernard named Huckleberry. Talia has been writing since she could talk, making up stories for every doll, stuffed animal and action figure she could get her hands on. She grew up hoping to write the great American novel, but her life ran more along the lines of tortured romance and fast paced thrillers, so that's what she writes.
Website  |  Blog  |  YA Muses Blog  |  Twitter  |  Goodreads
Hello Austin, it is so lovely to have you here today.

If you could only keep one power, what would it be and why?
The power to influence, to take a seed of a desire and magnify it into something stronger. There is more power in knowing your opponent’s mind than in any physical act. 

Describe yourself in 3 words.
Bloody, bloody fool.

Tell me a secret of yours.
I always knew how it would end. 

What is something that baffles you?
Pride, and how it can keep you from getting what it is you really want. I’m as much a slave to it as anyone, but it still surprises me.

Red vines or twizlers? Red vines. I like my artificial licorice to taste like licorice. FINALLY A MAN WHO GOT IT RIGHT!!!!
Sweet or salty? Sweet.
Coke or Pepsi? Coke. I’m a traditionalist. You know, you are slowly winning me you are going to say you are inlove with super fangirls!
Burger or steak? Steak.
Day or night? Night- I love to see the stars.
Would you please get naked? Um. That might be awkward.
Favorite Place? Anywhere she is.
Cat or Dog? Cats. They remind me a bit of the gods, beautiful, demanding and impossible to herd.
Snow or rain? Rain. You can take the boy out of Great Britain, but you can’t take the Great Britain out of the boy.
Ghost or Zombies? Ghosts. 
Coffee or Tea? Tea, always.

And lastly, my favorite way to finish my interviews, can I get a kiss from ya??
A gentleman never kisses and tells. Let’s just keep this between us, shall we?
Tour Schedule:
Week 1
9/9/2013- My Guilty Obsession- Guest Post
9/10/2013- Fiktshun- Blake Interview
9/11/2013- Magical Urban Fantasy Reads- Guest Post
9/12/2013- Ravenous Reader- Guest Post
9/13/2013- Taters Tall Tails- Austin Interview

Week 2
9/16/2013- Book Pics- Brianna Interview
9/17/2013- What the Cat Read- Interview
9/18/2013- Ya Sisterhood- Guest Post
9/19/2013- A Book Obsession- Interview
9/20/2013- Two Chicks on Books- Austin Guest Post- Quarters Scene from Austin’s POV

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Descendant Blog Tour: Guest Post: Lesley's Top 5 Book Boyfriends & BONUS GUEST POST: Top 5 Qualities That Make a Hero a Hero

Descendant (Starling #2)
by Lesley Livingston
The last thing Mason Starling remembers is the train crossing a bridge. An explosion . . . a blinding light . . . then darkness. Now she is alone, stranded in Asgard—the realm of Norse legend—and the only way for her to get home is to find the Spear of Odin, a powerful relic left behind by vanished gods.

The Fennrys Wolf knows all about Asgard. He was once trapped there. And he’ll do whatever it takes to find the girl who’s stolen his heart and bring her back—even if it means a treacherous descent into the Underworld. But time is running out, and Fenn knows something Mason doesn’t: If she takes up the Spear, she’ll set in motion a terrible prophecy. And she won’t just return to her world . . . she’ll destroy it.

In this pulse-pounding sequel to Starling, Lesley Livingston delivers another electrifying blend of nonstop action and undeniable romance that will leave readers breathless.

About Lesley:
Lesley Livingston is a writer and actress living in Toronto. She has a master's degree in English from the University of Toronto, where she specialized in Arthurian Literature and Shakespeare. She frequently performs with the Tempest Theatre Group, of which she is a co-founder. She is also the author of WONDROUS STRANGE and DARKLIGHT.
You can visit Lesley online at
Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

Top 5 Book Boyfriends
King Arthur
1. King Arthur. In almost any version of the story but, especially, in my all-time favorite re-telling of the legend, a book called FIRELORD. Forget Lancelot! Arthur is the one—flawed, noble, tragic, and—in my mind, at least—the best and handsomest of men! *Sigh*

2. Diarmuid, Prince of Brenin, in THE FIONAVAR TAPESTRY. A rebellious, irreverent charmer who hides his better qualities behind the façade of a dissolute rogue. Brilliant, glittering, brittle, hilarious, a little bit tortured and one hell of a fighter. 

3. Aileron, Exiled Prince of Brenin, in THE FIONAVAR TAPESTRY. (And, yes, I know it’s a little weird to pick two BBFs from the same book but I’m doing it anyway!) Aileron is Diarmuid’s older brother. A brusque, brooding, painfully noble figure who hides his gentler qualities behind the façade of a stone cold loner. Dark, dangerous, serious, a whole lot tortured and one hell of a fighter.
Harry Dresden

4. Harry Dresden, in THE DRESDEN FILES. What’s not to love about Chicago’s Private Eye Wizard? Tall, dark, and sarcastic, Harry is both dangerous and perpetually endangered. Harry routinely gets the ever-loving crap kicked out of him—and I do love my heroes tenderized—but he always comes back slinging magic and quipping like a bad ass. Harry always tries to do The Right Thing, even though he almost always ends up suffering for it. And that’s super sexy.

5. Prince Hal, in Shakespeare’s HENRY V. Okay… not exactly a “book” per se, but I had to include him here. Sharp, funny, noble and heroic, he manages to grow from rebellious loose-cannon prince into a savagely intelligent, regal ruler. A true leader of men. And he still manages to be charmingly self-effacing and surprisingly romantic in the presence of a beautiful princess.
So there you go! A king, three princes, and a wizard. Have I set my sights too high?! 


Top 5 Qualities that make a Hero a Hero

1. SENSE OF HUMOR. This is non-negotiable. I don’t care how dark it is. If it’s not there, neither am I.

2. Mad Skillz. I love a man who knows how to handle himself in a scrap.

3. Compassion/ nobility/ self-sacrifice—y’know. All those heroic qualities! *grin*

4. Romance. And I’m not just talking about how our boy deals with personal relationship, but how he looks at the world at large. A romantic world view—and it can sneak into the heart of the most hard-bitten mercenary—is, I think, essential for heroism. Because why even bother being a hero, otherwise?

5. Style. Save the world, sure. But bonus points for looking good doing it.

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Tour Schedule:
8/19/2013- The Happy Booker- Guest Post
8/20/2013- Bewitched Bookworms- Interview
8/21/2013- IceyBooks- Review
8/22/2013- Tater's Tall Tails- Guest Post
8/23/2013- [B.O.O.K.L.I.F.E.]- Review
8/26/2013- Fiktshun- Character Interview Fennrys
8/27/2013- Wholly Books- Review
8/28/2013- Book Jems- Review
8/29/2013- Two Chicks on Books- Guest Post
8/30/2013- About to Read- Interview

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Authors Are Rockstars 2nd Annual Tour: Danielle Ellison bringing SALT to the table!

Hello everyone! Welcome to my stop on the Authors are Rockstars tour. I am so lucky to have a super new awesome author here!!! AND the Tater has come up with something new I am going to do for future authors I feature here, it's called the Tater Award Board. It pretty much is what it says, an award board filled with all your awesome Tater awards! You earn them for being awesome, loving awesome things and doing things that are aca-awesome! Today I am showing you Danielle Ellison's award board and why she is considered awesome in the eyes of Tater!!!

Danielle's Tater Badges

She eats, drinks and breaths books! Being a bookseller, writer, editor and all around lover of the written word. Badge earned: Book Nerd

Goosebumps, Barbies and Are You Afraid of the Dark (OH MY!) make up her childhood. Automatic badge earned: Epic Childhood

She is a Potterhead and a Tribute. Earning both the Always badge and Three Finger Salute badge. 

She is a Pretty Little Liar and, like me, the show annoys her but she can't help but watch! Badge earned: Buckle up BITCHES! -A

She loves Supernatural as much as this Dean's girl does (and even uses it as inspiration). Badge earned: Pig In A Poke 

Not only is she an author, but is an EPIC editor as well. Badge earned: Two Hats.

She loves coffee (and really who doesn't) getting the Fresh Brewed badge.

She loves to travel, earning the Wanderer badge.

She loves the Twitter. Badge earned: Tweet Tweet.

She can't resist the call of Target, Bulls-eyed badge acquired

She is a loyal Whovian, displaying a beautiful Whovian Tardis badge

Give her excalibur, Merlin and her own Knight and she is a happy girl. Arthurian badge earned.

She has a BOAT load of awesome books coming out that sound EPIC and amazing. Author Are Rockstars badge!

I hope you all enjoyed learning about the badges that Danielle has earned form Tater! And thanks to the awesome people at Entangled Publishing, you can enter to win an eBook copy of her upcoming novel Salt!!! Totally epic!!!

Check out a bit more about why Salt is going to be awesome (I mean hello! Magic, Snark and KISSING!! That's a Tater badge in the making!)
Tell us about SALT? How did you come up with Pen and Carter's story? How did you come up with the magic and demons? 

I was knee-deep (or neck-deep) in a revision of Follow Me Through Darkness so I could query in the new year, and it was late-Fall 2011. (I think it was November, which I only remember because a pivotal point in this story happens during Thanksgiving.) My then-roommate, Josh, convinced me that my life was missing something because I wasn’t watching Supernatural. (It was. I just didn’t know it at the time.) He was determined that I watch it with him. So I caved, because none of my shows were on anyway and I had time before the season seven came back on to completely catch up by January. And why not? 

It was approximately seven episodes before I was completely and totally hooked. 

I’m one of those obsessive people who can’t stop something once I start, and it was only a week or so and I was already in season two. I woke up one morning, because I was meeting my friend Cindy for lunch, and I was straightening my hair. Nothing too exciting. Then bam – I heard this first line. Gran always told me to never leave home without salt in my pocket. I thought it was strange and also very, very charming but I proceeded to tell myself I could not write a shiny new. Could not. I accepted this, got on a bus, and went to lunch. 

It was literally only a twenty minute bus ride to lunch but by the time I got to Cindy, I’d already written a few hundred words on my phone AND had a whole plot to this story. I remember being so excited as I told her about this idea, and read her these first few paragraphs. She looked at me and told me I had to write that book. I was going to wait until revisions were finished, but that night I ended up writing the whole first chapter–everything I had in my head about this story. And then I put it aside until revisions were finished. When I came back to it in January I already had the whole story. It took some navigating around the world, some trial and error with character motivation, and a re-write after 30k words because some things felt wrong–but I was done, done, completely done in June. SALT was a book. 

It was a seriously fun book to write and world to build. I knew from the beginning that the salt was relevant and important to killing demons. Then, I had to figure what those demons were and why the witches needed to kill them. At first it was this simple rule that demons wanted to kill witches to get their powers, but that developed because I had to ask myself why witches would put themselves in harm’s way when it could kill them. The answer: to save Nons (non-magical humans.) So I weaved in some theology, some of my own magical elements and some mythology and the whole world came to fruition pretty quickly. It’s a different take on demons, and I hope everyone likes it. 

The demons in Pen’s world never look alike. They can possess a Non’s body or appear in their true form (which is usually gross, multi-colored, scaled, slimy—everyone is different). They have one drive: kill. At first the demons just go after humans, but then they learn that witches are better because they can steal their essence (their magic, which is basically their soul because a witch can’t survive without his/her essence.) The demon’s main goal shifts to killing the witches who protect Nons, figuring that once they get rid of the witches, the world is theirs. Since witches are only born (whereas Demons are born or created) they believe their goal is very achievable. The demons still go after Nons because they are bored, or need more demons, which they can make from Nons. That’s why witches are so willing to protect Nons—and that’s exactly where Penelope’s story starts. 

The funny thing about SALT was that I didn’t necessarily have to figure out Penelope’s story – she told me. It’s definitely shifted some from that first draft to the one that people will read, but her story was always the same at the core. 

Penelope is a witch, but her powers are faulty because of a demon attack when she was a child and now her powers only work when she can pull them from someone in her family. She wants her powers back, and she’s smart and sassy and has figured out a way to do that, but that way involves finding the specific demon who attacked her. The best way to find the demon is to be an Enforcer—someone trained and dedicated to protect Nons (non-magical humans) from demonic forces—because they have access to areas that Penelope doesn’t, and the resources that she needs to find it. Of course, all of that gets thrown for a loop when she meets Carter—a male witch who makes her powers work and causes her to question everything she thought she knew and what she’s really after. 

Pen’s story was always the same: a girl who didn’t fit into her world and wanted the one thing that she could never have, but pursued it anyway. Despite the odds. Despite the limitations. Despite everyone’s opinion on what they think she should do, who they think she should be. I think that’s a powerful story: find what you want and go after it. I didn’t mean for that to be the story when I started it, but I think it’s a good example of inner-strength and perseverance for teens and for women. It’s very much what Penelope is all about, and the core of SALT. (And of course there’s magic, and snark, and kissing.) 

About Danielle
The Hobbit version:
Danielle Ellison is from a small town in West Virginia. She spent her childhood pretending to fly, talking to imaginary friends, and telling stories. She hasn’t changed much since then. You can still find her pretending to work, talking to imaginary characters, and writing stories.
When she’s not writing, Danielle is probably drinking coffee, fighting her nomadic urges, watching too much TV, or dreaming of the day when she can be British. She is the author of five upcoming novels and you can find her on twitter @DanielleEWrites.

The Longer One:
Danielle Ellison has been reading books for as long as she can remember—especially while learning how to do math in elementary school. But that wasn’t her fault: she was in BookIt! which meant she had to read a lot of books to get free pizza. That whole program is probably why she still can’t subtract or divide without a calculator–and loves pizza.
From an early age she was taken away by the world of magic, dreaming of powers and witches that lived next door. (She had every Goosebumps book published and loved Are You Afraid of the Dark.) Her love for reading—combined with an obsession of Power Rangers, Disney movies and a being the only girl in a town full of boys—forced her tell stories to her Barbies in the backyard. And well, she never stopped telling the stories, even if she begrudgingly stopped playing with Barbies.
Danielle started writing plays in high school, and that taught her the importance of character and voice. She loved plays, almost as much as fanfiction (which she also wrote.) In college she read a fantastic boo that lead her to pursue writing in the hopes that she could produce something “like that.” She spent the rest of college writing papers, short stories, and a musical.
After college, she moved to Tennessee where she worked at a bookstore. Her manager introduced her to Young Adult fiction—and she started devouring books. It was shortly after that she wrote her first (not awesome) YA novel. She hasn’t stopped since. Due to her nomadic tendencies, she sold some books in a weird order and how has two debuts. Her digital novel SALT (Entangled DigiTEEN) comes out September 2013 and thenFOLLOW ME THROUGH DARKNESS (Spencer Hill Press), the first of a print trilogy, releases October 2014.
When she’s not writing, Danielle is probably wasting time on “research.” She loves television centered around phenomenal characters, drinking coffee (especially pumpkin!), sitting in the grass when the Fall and Spring weather is awesome, collecting flip-flops, hanging out with friends, reading, and traveling. She also loves knights, so she’s probably going to talk about them if you ever meet her.
Danielle is a Senior Editor at Spencer Hill Press and Spencer Hill Contemporary, as well as freelance editor and a bookseller/YA event coordinator at an indie store in VA. She often hangs out on Twitter and Tumblr where she fangirls as much as possible. She is a nomad who grew up in West Virginia, spent five years in various locations in the South, experienced time in NYC, Guatemala, South Africia and London. She used to live in Massachusetts and briefly in Maryland, but now she has settled in Northern Virginia. For now.
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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Cover Reveal: A LittleMisbehaving by Abbi Glines

I think I might just die from one more covergasm from Miss Abbi!! This is just WAY too much!!1 Aside from the fact I am BEYOND excited for more Cage & Eva, I am flipping over the moon for Jason's story!!! I totally fell in love with him and now!! EPPP!!!!! 

Ok now to the good stuff!!!


THE GRIP!!!!!!!!!

by Abbi Glines
Expected publication: April 29th 2014 by Simon Pulse (first published December 18th 2013)

An unexpected affair leads to mind-blowing harmony in this Sea Breeze novel from New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines. 

Jason is sick of living in his rock star brother’s shadow. So when he ships off to Sea Breeze, Alabama, he’s looking for a much deserved escape and a chance to blow off some envious steam. Falling for the local bad girl was definitely not the plan. But as the new duo enjoys some naughty fun in the Alabama sun, Jason learns that even though Jax is the musician in the family, he’s not the only brother who can rock someone’s world.
Abbi released the cover over on her page AND even blessed us with a teaser!!! And WOOOOOW!!!!!!! I just...I NEED THIS NOW!!!!!! Read the tease!

I can't even begin to explain how much I love this series! And somehow, it just keeps getting betters!!!


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