Happy Book Birthday to BANE OF THE DRAGON KING, the epic conclusion to the Chronicles of Fallhollow trilogy.
This book has been a long time in the making and I’m so proud to release Bane of the Dragon King into the world. I wouldn’t have been able to do it without the help and support of all my beta readers, my amazing editor, Cameron Yeager, and my publisher, Month9Books. I am incredibly proud of this series and to celebrate the end to a labor of love, I’m running a giveaway. One lucky person will win the complete ebook set, in either .mobi or epub format, of the Chronicles of Fallhollow. This includes IN THE SHADOW OF THE DRAGON KING
RAGE OF THE DRAGON KING
and of course, BANE OF THE DRAGON KING
Follow the Rafflecopter link below to enter.
Thank you, to everyone, for making this series what it is and for all your support and love over the years. This may be the end of The Chronicles of Fallhollow, but there are more books coming in the near future. Stay tuned for all the details. You can always join my Street Team on Facebook as well as signing up for my newsletter (you get a free short story when you sign up) so you don’t miss any of the latest happenings.
Well, the Fall Young Adult Scavenger Hunt has come to an end. I hope everyone who played along had fun and that you plan on tagging along in the Spring when we do it all over again.
I was on Team Blue this year along with 19 other amazing authors, and each of us gave away a book to one lucky person who won the team giveaway. This year, the winner of Team Blue is
Congratulations, Jenn!!! That’s 20 amazing books you will be receiving in the mail. Talk about early Christmas presents!! My gift to you is Julie Kagawa’s just released book, Shadow of the Fox. I hope you enjoy it!
I also ran my own giveaway of the first book in my Fallhollow trilogy, IN THE SHADOW OF THE DRAGON KING during the hunt. I’m proud to announce the winner of that ebook is
Congratulations Cher!!! Cher is also a middle school teacher who has promised to share the book with her students, which just made my day. I hope all of you enjoy it, Cher.
Congratulations to all the winners, and remember, we do it all again in the Spring. I hope to see you then.
The YA Scavenger Hunt is Coming!
It’s almost here! Are you ready to hunt? This year there are seven teams of 20 authors each. That’s 140 YA authors giving away at least one book to one lucky person with a bunch of smaller giveaways thrown in. If you haven’t joined the hunt before, you should! Click “How to Hunt”
and watch the video or read through the page for details. Only 2 days to go, so sharpen your pencils and get your calculators ready!!
I’m on Team Blue.
The Hunt begins Oct. 2 with one grand prize winner getting a whopping 140 Young Adult books. Can you say book heaven?
See you around.
I’m going to do something different and hopefully fun beginning today, and judging on the response, may keep doing for several Wednesdays to come.
Have you ever wanted to help someone write a book? Maybe you are writing a book and you’ve reached spots you’re having difficulty writing, or maybe you need some help to make it better. That’s where I am right now and I’m hoping you guys can help. Aaand, when “Ready, Set … Go!” is over, keep your eyes peeled to my monthly newsletter ’cause I’ll be giving away something special to one awesome participant.
Ok, so here’s the deal-e-o. I have a character in my YA epic fantasy, The Chronicles of Fallhollow trilogy, whose name is Eric. He’s an 18-year-old squire from another world. In the second installment of my trilogy, he’s been removed from his very medieval-esque environment and plunked down in the quaint, mountain town of Havendale, Tennessee. He knows nothing of our ways here and things like refrigerators, cars and airplanes are mind-blowing.
As I’m reading through my manuscript, I’ve noticed I’m using a lot of the same ‘shock and awe’ words and it’s time to call out the big guns – you – my readers – to help strengthen the prose. To do that, I’m going to give you a scenario and I want you to describe it. Remember, you know nothing of our world. This is the first time you’ve experienced any of this. Be Eric. Tell me what you’re thinking, what you’re hearing, etc. It can be funny, it can be serious, but in one or two lines or even a few words, describe it in the comments section below.
First scenario: Firetruck racing off with its siren going.
Ready, set … Go!
Oh, and please share this with everyone!! The more playing, the more fun this will be!! And don’t forget to sign up for that monthly newsletter for your chance to win a very special prize for participating!!