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Book Blogger Conversation with Danielle Davis

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 05 August 2015 · 51 views

I'm excited to start a new series of posts with a group that is under appreciated--book bloggers!

Book bloggers are obviously so important to authors. They give consistent reviews. They open their blogs to us. They are readers and fans! I think we should honor them more.

So this series of interviews was born! Hopefully it will help authors find bloggers and give everyone else a better appreciation of them.

Welcome to Danielle Davis for our very first interview. Be sure and check out her links at the end of this post.


  


What types of books do you review?


Danielle: I review picture books, the kind that are smart, beautifully illustrated, playful, and/or unique.


Do you have any guidelines for authors to follow in contacting you? A link will work.

Danielle: I typically receive books from publishers directly, but I love it when an author or illustrator reaches out too. Email is perfect and my contact info can be found here (http://thispicturebooklife.com/contact/).

Do you post anything besides reviews—such as cover art or giveaways?

Danielle: Yes, yes! I try to always pair a picture book review (and interior art) with something related to the book. Sometimes that’s a craft (http://thispicturebooklife.com/rude-cakes-rude-cake-craft/ ). It could be an interview (http://thispicturebooklife.com/the-blue-whale-by-jenni-desmond/ ). I might collaborate with someone who provides a book-related recipe (http://thispicturebooklife.com/please-mr-panda-tea-icing-donuts-from-thirsty-for-tea/ ). Or it might be pictures of pool floats (http://thispicturebooklife.com/pool-by-jihyeon-lee-pool-floats/ ). You know, stuff like that.

And I love hosting giveaways and do so with some regularity. They combine mail and passing books on to others, two of my very favorite things.

How do you find books to review or do they come to you?

Danielle: After two years of blogging, I now receive a lot of books in the mail directly from publishing companies. That said, I’m still always hunting online at other blogs, at independent bookstores, and at my local library, where I have my very own hold shelf. J

What got you into blogging about books?

Danielle: My love for them and wanting to share that. And, more specifically, I wanted to provide posts that make connections between picture books and their subject matter in fun, interesting ways.



What elements go into a good review and how long does it take to write one?

Danielle: What a good question. If I’m making something or collaborating with someone, a blog post can take days. If it’s a simpler affair, a couple to a few hours, which includes gathering interior artwork from an author, illustrator, or publisher as well as writing (and reading).

For picture books, I think a good review shows us illustrations from the book because it’s such a visual medium. And I think it also tells us what the blogger loves about it, why it’s special. And finally, I think it gives us a sense of the story, premise, or characters, without giving everything away.


How often do you post reviews?

Danielle: Usually twice a week though I’ve been posting only once a week this summer.

What types of things make for an extra special book? The kind you don’t forget?

Danielle: I think one big thing that makes a picture book extra special is that it takes full advantage of the form. So that means it’s visual in its storytelling, spare, and makes you either laugh or cry at the end. I think you really want that ending to resonate one way or another so that kid readers want to go back immediately and read it again or so that it sticks with them in some way. A book, any book, should change you after reading it—make you see a familiar thing with fresh eyes, make you giggle, make you feel something.


Favorite books you’ve reviewed.

Danielle: HUG ME (http://thispicturebooklife.com/hug-cute-little-cactus-craft/) by Simona Ciraolo from last year charmed me. Maybe because it’s about an adorable cactus and I live in Los Angeles. But mostly because of its authenticity. There was something honest and slightly edgy about it that I really loved.

Books you are looking forward to in the next year.

Danielle: I’m excited to write blog posts on two soon to be released picture books: THE WONDERFUL FLUFFY LITTLE SQUISHY (http://www.enchantedlionbooks.com/node/297) by Beatrice Alemagna and SWAN (http://www.chroniclebooks.com/titles/swan.html) by Laurel Snyder and illustrated by Julie Morstad.

Both are inventive and beautiful and not to be missed! (And they make you feel things!) J

Do you prefer kindle or actual books when reading?

Danielle: Picture books are by their nature objects. The experience of holding one and often reading it aloud and showing the pictures is integral to the magic.

If you could only purchase one book, what would it be?

Danielle: Only one book? That. Is. Tough. Probably THE GIRL IN THE FLAMMABLE SKIRT https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7850.The_Girl_in_the_Flammable_Skirt?from_search=true&search_version=service_impr , a collection of short stories by Aimee Bender. I was introduced to it when I was just starting to commit to the idea of trying to be a writer ten years ago and everything I’ve written since has been influenced in some way by that wild and wonderful book.

Only one picture book? THE RED TREE https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/300946.The_Red_Tree?from_search=true&search_version=service_impr by Shaun Tan. I know, it’s so sad! Oh well, that’s the one I’d pick because it’s brilliant and everything I need in a book.

What’s your favorite spot to read?

Danielle: For picture books, it’s my living room or the library. Or, even better, to a group of little ones with the amazing nonprofit called Reading to Kids (http://thispicturebooklife.com/volunteer-reading-kids/) that I volunteer with once a month. Yeah, that’s the best spot.

Give us your best advice for a beginning book blogger. 

Danielle: I think it’s important to post about books you truly like. That’s how you begin to develop your blog’s aesthetic and point of view. That’s how you create a voice. That’s how you throw glimmering bits of positivity out into the book universe. And that’s how you become a source others with similar tastes can trust.

One other thing: don’t be afraid to reach out to authors and publishers, even when you’re just starting out. They’re usually kind and appreciative of your efforts on behalf of books, no matter how new or small your blog!


Thank you so much, Michelle, for having me!

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Danielle Davis has an M.A. in Literature and Creative Writing, a membership with SCBWI, and a pair of roller skates. She writes books for young readers and helps others do the same. Her blog,  This Picture Book Life, is a good place to find her.






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Cover Reveal for FROSH

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 04 August 2015 · 57 views



During welcome week at Hillson University, the FROSH will hit the fan.

Type-A aspiring journalist Ellie plans to take freshman year by storm. But hell-bent on breaking a huge on-campus scandal, she risks becoming one herself—and getting the mysterious, heart-melting QB in serious trouble. 

Grant, star quarterback and charismatic chick-magnet, is hiding a life-altering secret. The last thing he needs is an overeager (absolutely adorable) journalist asking questions. He’s got a reputation to protect.

High-society legacy student Devon is ready to catch the football hottie of her dreams. If the tabloids feature her with the “it” boy on her arm, her tainted past will be buried—or so she thinks.

Charlie, pre-med, is done being the sweet and funny geek that girls like Devon ignore. But if he tries to impress her with a new edgy, spontaneous attitude, will his heart end up in the emergency room?

FROSH intertwines the stories of Ellie, Grant, Devon, and Charlie in Mónica B. Wagner’s sexy NA debut series, about falling in love and falling apart.


October 20, 2015
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Mónica was born in a Peruvian city by a snow-capped volcano. Growing up, books were her constant companion as she traveled with her family to places like India (where she became a vegetarian), Thailand (where she *almost* met Leonardo di Caprio), France (where she pretended to learn French), and countless other places that inspired her to write. Now, Mónica lives in Chile with her husband, three boys, eleven hens, and stray dog.

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Pitch Wars Mentor Plug for 2015

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 03 August 2015 · 49 views

Last year I was a middle grade mentor and loved all the imaginative stories for kids. But I like to change things up, so this year something new!





Qualifications:


And so begins the brag-fest. Let's get that part over.

First, the oh-so-astonishing and exciting bio:


Michelle Hauck lives in the bustling metropolis of northern Indiana with her hubby and two new adults. Two papillons help balance out the new adult drama. Besides working with special needs children by day, she writes all sorts of fantasy, giving her imagination free range. A book worm, she passes up the darker vices in favor of chocolate and looks for any excuse to reward herself. Bio finished? Time for a sweet snack.

She is a co-host of the yearly contests Query Kombat and Nightmare on Query Street, and Sun versus Snow among others.

Her epic fantasy, Kindar's Cure, is published by Divertir Publishing. Her short story, Frost and Fog, is published by The Elephant's Bookshelf Press in their anthology, Summer's Double Edge. She's repped by Sarah Negovetich of Corvisiero Literary.


Find me on twitter at @Michelle4Laughs

On the hush-hush side, I'm waiting to be allowed to announce a little something else to go in that bio. Something a little... big, if you know what I mean.


Moving on.


I'm not going to fill this post with gifs. I'm not going to shout and boast. Simply put, I know contests. I know agents--lots of agents. I've hooked many writers up with their agents--or helped them on their way so they could do it themselves.


My contests have resulted in dozens of success stories. I've read thousands of entries and know what works.


You want the real deal mentor, then you want me. (Sorry other mentors.)


I. SPOT. WINNERS.


Enough said. I humbly drop the mic and walk away. 


What am I looking for?


This year I am mentoring in the adult category. And I'm being very selective in what I'm looking for: fantasy and a very few types of science fiction.


I want adult fantasy and especially epic fantasy, though I'll look at all other kinds.


Sorry but:


-I'm not your person if your story includes tons of romance. If the MC bats her eyes and moons over guys/girls a lot, it's not for me.

-I'm not your person if your word count is over 120,000 or under 70,000.
-I'm not your person if you have vampires or werewolves.
-I don't do Twilight.
-I'm not a big fan of ghosts.
-I'm not your person for whiny/bitchy or complaining main characters.
-Elves and dwarfs are not really my area of interest.
-I'm not your person if you believe your manuscript is practically perfect as is. You have to be willing to revise--not huge, rewrite-the-whole-thing revisions, but some.
-If you have graphic sex scenes or kill all your main characters, it's not for me. I quit GoT in the second book.


-I do want unique concept. Something that stands out of the crowd.

-A little romance is okay. As long as it isn't the MC's focus.
-I will consider dystopian or post apocalypse, but no other type of science fiction.
-I want magic and big worlds.
-I want characters with secrets they're hiding and lots of backstory that comes out gradually, not in the first chapter.

Some of my favorite authors include: Brandon Sanderson, Kate Elliott, Michael J. Sulllivan, Robert Jordan, Kristen Britain, Jim Butcher and more.


If you have something like the Green Rider series, I want to see it. If you are into WoT (if you know what this means, you're my kind of writer) and The Dresden Series, I want to see it. 


Please make sure you are sending adult fantasy my way. Don't waste a mentor slot sending YA or MG. Due to the contest structure, I'm restricted to the adult category.

On a side note, I know it's hard to pick a mentor when you only get to send five subs. It will be difficult to pick just one mentee. I'm looking for something I really love as we only get one choice. I hope you'll choose me to help you.

If in doubt or you want to know my editorial style, ask me on twitter (@Michelle4Laughs) or in the comments. 

See you August 17th for subs and August 10th for #AskMentor on twitter. And here's where you can find the "other" mentors:



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Name That Judge #13 (Last One)

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 02 August 2015 · 33 views

This judge has been correctly named! See the comments for the answer. Thanks for playing everyone!

It should be getting easier as more names are crossed off. This judge has not been put forth as a guess in any post yet.

Ready for another of our little game of Name that Judge? Let's see if this one goes as quickly. There are 34 Query Kombat judges and all are agented or published writers with experience in this business.

Some have agreed to join me and give away a prize to whoever guesses their nickname. You can find their bios at Mike's blog, SC's blog, and my blog. (No, I'm not providing the links. Where's the fun in that? But look in the May archive.) I will provide the list of judge names. Guessed judges are marked off.



Jessica Kapp
Kathleen Allen
Tracy Townsend
Laura Heffernan
Max Wirestone
Kristin B. Wright
Mary Ann Marlowe
Betsy Aldredge
Carrie DuBois
Natasha Raulerson
Sarah Glenn Marsh
Amy Trueblood
Judy Clemens
Wade Albert White
Tatum Flynn
Kim Long
Jamie Howard
Richard Pearson
Melissa Caruso
Wendy Nikel
Christina June
J.C. Davis
Stephanie Scott
Carrie Ann
Kendra Young
Heather Powell-van Fleet
Amanda Heger
Annika Sharma
Rena Olsen
Cale Dietrich
Sharon Chriscoe
Marty Mayberry
Dan Koboldt
Maragaret Fortune

This judge's nickname was Princess of Llamas. And they have provided a few hints:

Writes MG fantasy
First year QK judge
Used "just" 138 times in recent WIP before revising
Twitter homepage contains a relative


First one to correctly name this judge wins a first chapter critique. I'll put a time limit of five days on this, but hopefully we won't need to worry about such things.

Other rules. Let's see...

You don't have to have entered or been picked for Query Kombat to play. Anyone may try and Name That Judge. There will be other posts with fresh judges coming up soon. You may enter more than one Name That Judge post. You may only guess once on each post. You must leave a way to reach you--twitter handle or email address.

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Name That Judge #12

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 02 August 2015 · 29 views

It should be getting easier as more names are crossed off. This judge did very well in Query Kombat 2014 as a Kombatant.

Ready for another of our little game of Name that Judge? Let's see if this one goes as quickly. There are 34 Query Kombat judges and all are agented or published writers with experience in this business.

Some have agreed to join me and give away a prize to whoever guesses their nickname. You can find their bios at Mike's blog, SC's blog, and my blog. (No, I'm not providing the links. Where's the fun in that? But look in the May archive.) I will provide the list of judge names. Guessed judges are marked off.

Jessica Kapp
Kathleen Allen
Tracy Townsend
Laura Heffernan
Max Wirestone
Kristin B. Wright
Mary Ann Marlowe
Betsy Aldredge
Carrie DuBois
Natasha Raulerson
Sarah Glenn Marsh
Amy Trueblood
Judy Clemens
Wade Albert White
Tatum Flynn
Kim Long
Jamie Howard
Richard Pearson
Melissa Caruso
Wendy Nikel
Christina June
J.C. Davis
Stephanie Scott
Carrie Ann
Kendra Young
Heather Powell-van Fleet
Amanda Heger
Annika Sharma
Rena Olsen
Cale Dietrich
Sharon Chriscoe
Marty Mayberry
Dan Koboldt
Maragaret Fortune



This judge's nickname was Romida Vane. And they have provided a few hints:

Romilda Vane is, clearly, obsessed with Harry Potter. She comes by magical tendencies the old-fashioned way, having grown up near Salem on the land of an accused witch. She writes very quirky YA and NA and won one of the categories in last year's Query Kombat contest. 

First one to correctly name this judge wins a query critique. I'll put a time limit of five days on this, but hopefully we won't need to worry about such things.

Other rules. Let's see...

You don't have to have entered or been picked for Query Kombat to play. Anyone may try and Name That Judge. There will be other posts with fresh judges coming up soon. You may enter more than one Name That Judge post. You may only guess once on each post. You must leave a way to reach you--twitter handle or email address.


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Name That Judge #11

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 02 August 2015 · 16 views

This judge has been named! Check the comments for the answer. A new Name that Judge coming in a few minutes. 

It should be getting easier as more names are crossed off. And this judge subbed to me in last year's PitchWars and is now a mentor.

Ready for another of our little game of Name that Judge? Let's see if this one goes as quickly. There are 34 Query Kombat judges and all are agented or published writers with experience in this business.

Some have agreed to join me and give away a prize to whoever guesses their nickname. You can find their bios at Mike's blog, SC's blog, and my blog. (No, I'm not providing the links. Where's the fun in that? But look in the May archive.) I will provide the list of judge names. Guessed judges are marked off.



Jessica Kapp
Kathleen Allen
Tracy Townsend
Laura Heffernan
Max Wirestone
Kristin B. Wright
Mary Ann Marlowe
Betsy Aldredge
Carrie DuBois
Natasha Raulerson
Sarah Glenn Marsh
Amy Trueblood
Judy Clemens
Wade Albert White
Tatum Flynn
Kim Long
Jamie Howard
Richard Pearson
Melissa Caruso
Wendy Nikel
Christina June
J.C. Davis
Stephanie Scott
Carrie Ann
Kendra Young
Heather Powell-van Fleet
Amanda Heger
Annika Sharma
Rena Olsen
Cale Dietrich
Sharon Chriscoe
Marty Mayberry
Dan Koboldt
Maragaret Fortune



This judge's nickname was Princess Buttercup. And they have provided a few hints:




1. I have a deep and abiding love for the word "y'all." 
2. I have traveled most of the continental US, by CAR. Say the words "road trip" at my house at your own peril.
3. I have an excellent ear for the MG voice because I spend nine months out of the year with, you guessed it, middle graders.


First one to correctly name this judge wins a query or first page critique. Winner's choice! I'll put a time limit of five days on this, but hopefully we won't need to worry about such things.

Other rules. Let's see...

You don't have to have entered or been picked for Query Kombat to play. Anyone may try and Name That Judge. There will be other posts with fresh judges coming up soon. You may enter more than one Name That Judge post. You may only guess once on each post. You must leave a way to reach you--twitter handle or email address.


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Name That Judge #10

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 01 August 2015 · 28 views

It should be getting easier as more names are crossed off.

Ready for another of our little game of Name that Judge? Let's see if this one goes as quickly. There are 34 Query Kombat judges and all are agented or published writers with experience in this business.

Some have agreed to join me and give away a prize to whoever guesses their nickname. You can find their bios at Mike's blog, SC's blog, and my blog. (No, I'm not providing the links. Where's the fun in that? But look in the May archive.) I will provide the list of judge names. Guessed judges are marked off.



Jessica Kapp
Kathleen Allen
Tracy Townsend
Laura Heffernan
Max Wirestone
Kristin B. Wright
Mary Ann Marlowe
Betsy Aldredge
Carrie DuBois
Natasha Raulerson
Sarah Glenn Marsh
Amy Trueblood
Judy Clemens
Wade Albert White
Tatum Flynn
Kim Long
Jamie Howard
Richard Pearson
Melissa Caruso
Wendy Nikel
Christina June
J.C. Davis
Stephanie Scott
Carrie Ann
Kendra Young
Heather Powell-van Fleet
Amanda Heger
Annika Sharma
Rena Olsen
Cale Dietrich
Sharon Chriscoe
Marty Mayberry
Dan Koboldt
Maragaret Fortune


This judge's nickname was Haley James Scott. And they have provided a few hints:


 Haley James Scott recently visited Wilmington, North Carolina for a wedding, which is the location of the TV show that inspired her namesake judging nickname (photos may be on Instagram). Her first book was inspired by her real-life cultural background. She loves pizza, all things related to British culture, and has been known to throw one-woman 90's boyband dance parties.



First one to correctly name this judge wins a query or first chapter critique. Winner's choice! I'll put a time limit of five days on this, but hopefully we won't need to worry about such things.

Other rules. Let's see...

You don't have to have entered or been picked for Query Kombat to play. Anyone may try and Name That Judge. There will be other posts with fresh judges coming up soon. You may enter more than one Name That Judge post. You may only guess once on each post. You must leave a way to reach you--twitter handle or email address.

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Name That Judge #9

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 01 August 2015 · 33 views

This judge has been named! Check the comments for the answer. Another post will go up at 3 pm.

Ready for another of our little game of Name that Judge? Let's see if this one goes as quickly. There are 34 Query Kombat judges and all are agented or published writers with experience in this business.

Some have agreed to join me and give away a prize to whoever guesses their nickname. You can find their bios at Mike's blog, SC's blog, and my blog. (No, I'm not providing the links. Where's the fun in that? But look in the May archive.) I will provide the list of judge names. Guessed judges are marked off.



Jessica Kapp
Kathleen Allen
Tracy Townsend
Laura Heffernan
Max Wirestone
Kristin B. Wright
Mary Ann Marlowe
Betsy Aldredge
Carrie DuBois
Natasha Raulerson
Sarah Glenn Marsh
Amy Trueblood
Judy Clemens
Wade Albert White
Tatum Flynn
Kim Long
Jamie Howard
Richard Pearson
Melissa Caruso
Wendy Nikel
Christina June
J.C. Davis
Stephanie Scott
Carrie Ann
Kendra Young
Heather Powell-van Fleet
Amanda Heger
Annika Sharma
Rena Olsen
Cale Dietrich
Sharon Chriscoe
Marty Mayberry
Dan Koboldt
Maragaret Fortune


This judge's nickname was Library Junkie. And they have provided a few hints:


This judge loves soccer and plays on two teams
This judge has a coffee and nacho addiction 
When she's not writing, this judge is watching Orange is the New Black


First one to correctly name this judge wins a query critique. I'll put a time limit of five days on this, but hopefully we won't need to worry about such things.

Other rules. Let's see...

You don't have to have entered or been picked for Query Kombat to play. Anyone may try and Name That Judge. There will be other posts with fresh judges coming up soon. You may enter more than one Name That Judge post. You may only guess once on each post. You must leave a way to reach you--twitter handle or email address.

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Name That Judge #8

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 01 August 2015 · 27 views

The judge has been correctly named. Check the comments for the answer.

Ready for another of our little game of Name that Judge? Let's see if this one goes as quickly. There are 34 Query Kombat judges and all are agented or published writers with experience in this business.

Some have agreed to join me and give away a prize to whoever guesses their nickname. You can find their bios at Mike's blog, SC's blog, and my blog. (No, I'm not providing the links. Where's the fun in that? But look in the May archive.) I will provide the list of judge names. Guessed judges are marked off.



Jessica Kapp
Kathleen Allen
Tracy Townsend
Laura Heffernan
Max Wirestone
Kristin B. Wright
Mary Ann Marlowe
Betsy Aldredge
Carrie DuBois
Natasha Raulerson
Sarah Glenn Marsh
Amy Trueblood
Judy Clemens
Wade Albert White
Tatum Flynn
Kim Long
Jamie Howard
Richard Pearson
Melissa Caruso
Wendy Nikel
Christina June
J.C. Davis
Stephanie Scott
Carrie Ann
Kendra Young
Heather Powell-van Fleet
Amanda Heger
Annika Sharma
Rena Olsen
Cale Dietrich
Sharon Chriscoe
Marty Mayberry
Dan Koboldt
Maragaret Fortune


This judge's nickname was Mallory Pike. And they have provided a few hints:

(1) Jared Leto once offered her a cigarette in a dark alley. 
(2) Last year, she sent her agent a query for erotic Baby-Sitters Club fan fiction. 
(3) She rarely/never tweets writing advice.
(4) Her debut novel comes out in April 2016.
(5) In a movie about her life, she'd be played by a Victoria's Secret model. Or Tina Fey. Probably Tina Fey.


First one to correctly name this judge wins a three chapter critique (no more than 50 pages) or a signed copy of Powerless by Tera Childs and Tracy Deebs. Winner's choice! I'll put a time limit of five days on this, but hopefully we won't need to worry about such things.

Other rules. Let's see...

You don't have to have entered or been picked for Query Kombat to play. Anyone may try and Name That Judge. There will be other posts with fresh judges coming up soon. You may enter more than one Name That Judge post. You may only guess once on each post. You must leave a way to reach you--twitter handle or email address.

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Cover Reveal for FIND ME IF YOU DARE

  Posted by Michelle4Laughs , 01 August 2015 · 27 views

Check out this awesome cover for Vicki Leigh's upcoming YA dark urban fantasy, FIND ME IF YOU DARE! If you want to read what it's about, stop by her Tumblr page (vickileighauthor.tumblr.com). There's an awesome 22 BOOK giveaway going on over there, too!





They may have won the first battle, but the Apocalypse has just begun.

Five weeks have passed since the battle that left Rome and Columbus in ruins. Sheltered in the hidden city of Caelum, Daniel and Kayla train alongside over one hundred Magus and Protectors, hoping that their unified ranks will be enough to take down their greatest threat yet: Richard, his followers, and his horde of Nightmares. Then a fallen comrade is returned to Caelum with a message carved into his chest and a note referencing the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, and Daniel knows their time for training is over.

Finally understanding Richard’s plans for Kayla and the three other Magus born on Halloween, Daniel and the rest of Caelum’s volunteers scout the U.S. in a desperate attempt to stop their enemy before he can unleash his first Horseman. But when massive attacks claim thousands of lives, people all over the world begin to fall ill—including those Daniel and Kayla care about the most.

With the Horseman of Pestilence released, Daniel knows it’s time to step aside and let Kayla take the lead. Only she has the power to rival her father’s. But when Richard’s plot turns out to be darker than they imagined, their fight is met with more death and destruction—and an enemy who might be unbeatable, after all.
 


Don't forget about that giveaway. The list of items people can win: 
  • 20 copies of CATCH ME WHEN I FALL (Book One of the Dreamcatcher Series)
  • a signed copy of CITY LOVE by Susane Colasanti
  • The Vampire Diaries wall poster of Damon Salvatore
  • a copy of SHADOW STUDY by Maria V. Snyder
  • 5 handmade dream catchers
  • a poster of the SORCERER HEIR series, signed by Cinda Chima
  • 2 posters of the cover of DOON, signed by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon. 
  • a poster of the cover of DAMSEL DISTRESSED, signed by Kelsey Macke
  • a poster of Melissa Lander's ALIENATED cover


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