Lots happening this week and next, so I thought I’d fill ya’ll in on what’s going on!
First item of business…
Tomorrow begins The Rift Walker Kick-Off, a mini event I’m hosting here on Refracted Light to celebrate the release of the second book in the Vampire Empire series by Clay & Susan Griffith. And I’m so excited. This series is one of my absolute favorites, hands down. It’s got everything — adventure, romance, betrayal, political intrigue, war, agendas, heartache, tragedy, victory… all set in a LARGE and fascinating Steampunk world. It’s simply awesome. Anyway, The schedule for the event is listed below, so check back in for the rest of this week to learn more about this awesome series!
Wednesday: Review of The Greyfriar (Vampire Empire: Book #1) by my amazing guest reviewer Heather.
Thursday: Review of The Rift Walker (Vampire Empire: Book #2) by the amazi…. I mean, me. 😉
Friday: Interview with Clay & Susan Griffith and a giveaway of both The Greyfriar & The Rift Walker.
Friday, the YA INDIE CARNIVAL continues! We have a slew of new and exciting topics for you and a bunch of new authors that are joining in with us this go-around.
So check in on Friday for more carnival fun and the results of last week’s giveaway!!!
The September New Release Giveaway Hop sponsored by ODell @ Book Twirps begins on THURSDAY!!! Check back for the chance to win some A-MAH-ZING September books.
Next week, we will have special guest Jillian Peery with us to talk about her lovely, self-published novel, PineLight… and there just might be a giveaway. So if you didn’t win a copy of PineLight in the previous giveaway, check back in next week for another chance to win it!
If you happen to live around the Columbus, OH area, Rae Carson — author of The Girl of Fire and Thorns — will be at Cover to Cover Children’s Books (High Street) on September 20th to talk about her debut novel and to sign copies of her book! So come on out, make the drive, it should be awesome!
And that’s all I’ve got! Thanks for stopping in! Hope to see ya’ll around the blog!