Thursday, August 25, 2011

Just Released! The Invasion of 2020 by Ami Blackwelder

In this prequel, Ami takes you back to where it all started. If you've enjoyed the Shifter Evolutions series, then you will want to get your hands on this one.

Description: Alaska 2020. Earth. Shifters. Invasion. Set in Alaska in 2020, Uri Petrov and Dr. Samantha Croon
find their lives intertwined when the shifters first land on Earth. Both motivated by love for their families, each is taken down a different path that will change the course of their lives forever and eventually the fate of the world.
Meanwhile, the military has divided into fractions...those who believe in the alien invasion and those who refuse to accept it, leaving Captain Raul at opposing ends with other heads of military.
With the shifters invading the forests of Kenai Lake, they explore their new world of refuge, and must discover how to shift in animal form while uncovering what it truly means to be hu- man.
With underlining themes of how prejudice breaks human connections and animal/wildlife conservation, this novel which has received rave reviews will leave the reader flipping through the pages.
This was the fifth book written in the Shifter Evolutions Saga.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

The freebies just keep coming!!

A few more for your reading enjoyment!

Just Released! Monarch by Michelle Argyle

Michelle has just released her book Monarch, over two weeks earlier than the expected release date of September 15th. This is a nice little thriller with a bit of romance. Check it out!

Description: Nick's life as a CIA spy should be fulfilling, but it has only given him unhappiness--a wife who committed suicide, and two daughters who resent everything he has become. Now, stuck in the Amazon on the last mission of his career, he must track down Matheus Ferreira, a drug lord and terrorist the U.S. has tried to bring down for years. If he succeeds, he'll have the chance to start his life over again. Just when Nick is on the brink of catching Ferreira, he's framed for a murder that turns his world upside down. His only chance of survival lies in West Virginia where Lilian Love, a woman from his past, owns the secluded Monarch Inn.He's safe, but not for long...

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Just Released! Tears of Requiem by Daniel Arenson

Just released, this is the second book in the Song of Dragons series. While I haven't read this series yet, I have read some of Daniel's other works and I feel compelled to say that I LOVE his writing. Go pick up your copy today!!

Description: The nightshades cover the land. Demons of smoke and shadow, they fear no sword or arrow. They suck the souls from all who live, like a glutton sucking marrow from bones. The world falls under their darkness.
But the nightshades crave more than random ruin. The souls of mere humans will not sate them. They seek dragons.
Requiem's last dragons, a mere scattering of survivors, have fought off men and griffins. But how can they fight the nightshades, creatures they cannot cut or burn?

Monday, August 22, 2011

Did you say you want more freebies?

Well here they are! Get them while they're still FREE!!!

Just Released! Learn Me Gooder by John Pearson

Just in time for the new school year to start, John has released his lastest book, Learn Me Gooder. If you read his first book, Learn Me Good, then you know you have to get this one as well. I LOVED the first book and am eagerly awaiting the moment I get to crack into this one.

Description: In this sequel to Learn Me Good, Jack Woodson (no longer a green behind the ears teacher) returns to recount another school year’s worth of challenges, triumphs, and mishaps with a brand new cast of wild and crazy students.
Six years have passed, and this time around, Jack gets a talking monkey sidekick, a beautiful love interest, and a top-secret undercover CIA assignment to Uranus. (Well, ONE of those things is true, anyway.) There are witty quotes, riotous stories, and more twists and turns than M. Night Shyamalan’s small intestine.
Through email correspondence with Fred Bommerson, Jack talks about PTA fundraisers gone awry, unnatural food chains, and how any action can be made acceptable as long as “it’s for science.” With subject lines such as “Diarrhea of a Wimpy Kid,” “Green Eggs and Math,” and “Houston, we have a word problem,” it’s perfect for reading in small chunks or one long session.

This week's featured author: Susanne Lambdin

Susanne's love for Star Trek took her to Los Angles in the late '80s. She is best known for her 'based in part' contribut...