Monday, February 29, 2016

Happy Book Birthday~ United by Jaci Wheeler!

Book Two - The United Trilogy

Release Date - Tuesday Feb 23rd, 2016

At just sixteen, Rosaline Thatcher is the leader of the free world—but United America has dark secrets to conceal.

After adjusting to her new presidential title, Rosaline slips into her role with gusto and works to make United America the best it can be. What she didn’t expect was to discover a secret compound, simply referred to as the O.C. When Rosaline orders the presidential council to explain, they refuse to provide answers, forcing Rosaline to take matters into her own hands.

Rosaline travels to the O.C., but finds more questions than answers.

Deemed an Outcast territory, Rosaline falls in love with the kind, gracious people of the secret division. When she meets key residents of the O.C., they reveal the Ministry had banned them forever once they chose to leave. Now, as ruler, Rosaline is faced with the depth of United America’s corruption.

When she meets Dex, an unconventional but intriguing member of the O.C, a shocking revelation unfolds...

Dex doesn’t hold an ounce of traditional charm. Covered in scars and wearing a permanent scowl, he shows glimpses of tenderness only toward his younger sister. But there is more to Dex than he is willing to reveal, and his secrets may bring the downfall of United America.

Will Rosaline stay in the O.C., where she is free of the pressures of presidential responsibilities? Or will she return to her position and take on the Council?


My review 

Ok, so let's talk awesome sequel!! I was already a fan of Roz from book one, but seeing her take on this huge responsibility by herself- yes she goes to the outside community and stays there- was just awe inspiring. You see, she needs to know what happened to make the outcasts exactly that, outcasts. Why were they banned. You know almost immediately it isn't because of war threats. You just talk to a few of them and they are awesome people. They weren't requesting a lot, a little less lies, a little more privacy and some respect. The group is a wonderful addition to the characters that were from book one. We see Kevin Masters, who has become a favorite of mine, and Sebastian, my crush, as well as Molly and Wes, but not so much as before. Roz is learning to stand in her own because sometimes, you can't tell your best friends everything and that means making choices without help. But we also get to meet Dex and his little sister. She absolutely broke my heart. That poor little girl is broken- and wait until your had the bomb dropped on you of who she is. And who her brother is. And that big Ole secret might just tear apart the whole relationship Roz worked so hard for throughout the whole damn book. I think my heart broke for Roz in the last chapter because it really is heart wrenching. She was willing to give oh so much just to have not just Dex and his sister, but the whole compound freed and Dex couldn't even tell her who he was. I am completely heart broken. And I also see Roz loosing, or staining, a good friendship because of him. But I'm also ranting.... Roz has grown so much and a part of me is so proud of her. But another part of me is sad, because her fun spirit, her loving kind dance party days may be over because of what she has seen and learned. But I'm so proud of her fight!! I'm so very very proud of how she stood up to the council members. I'm cheering for how she find so much love and kindness for everyone and yet sometimes she forgets to take care of the little things for herself. 

The writing is just fabulous. I never thought such a simple concept could have me glued to the pages and begging for more. I'm such a fantasy buff- fantasy action, fantasy mystery, paranornal horror... Seeing a trend? I like the high energy type books and yet, this one is different but it's just as cool. With conspiracy type mysteries behind closed doors and the fact that the dystopian world has made a 16 year old president and she is doing a better job than any adult man has ever done is just plain neat! Yes I said neat! I absolutely must have book three as soon as humanly possible because I just KNOW it's going to blow my mind. I want so many thing for Roz and her friends and I want a happily ever after but I have a feeling the author is not going to give me an easy out here. I honestly don't know if Dex can continue to be so pretty as I thought, not after the ending. And I am cheering for Kevin and Nat ;) and even Wes has a chance.... But Dex, is he is worth it, better get his act together because I feel like he left a tornado disaster path when he came through the doors for Roz to clean up and fix- mostly in her heart. Yeah I'm taking this secret really to heart but I think it's because I had so much holding on to them making it through. Anyways I loved this one!! :) 5 PAWS!! 

Caharcter interview with Sebastian Green

WELCOME Sebastian Green!! First, tell me a little bit about yourself and your life… Thanks for having me! Most people see me as a pretty simple guy really. I love having fun and keeping things light. Only the people closest to me know how deep my waters really run. I’m 100% the job. My life, my friends, everything revolves around the Ministry and keeping my Country safe. My father worked as the head of the Ministry of Defense before Masters took over and he has always been my hero.

Tell me how you feel about Roz and the parts you play in her life... At first I was attracted to her like most of the men at the Ministry. She’s beautiful and feisty which I freaking love in a woman. But after working with her I saw a side that she didn’t let most people see. She became my little sister almost overnight. I love her like I do my family, but have a deep need to protect her and keep her from harm…not just because she’s the President and it’s my job but because she is innocent and pure and all that is right in the world. 

Tell me a little something about your job, other than the just the basics. The job is about hard work and dedication but it’s also about brotherhood. I’ve been doing this job for almost 20 years but I still feel like it’s home. It’s never gotten old or become a burden to me. The guys I work with are my brothers, my best friends and the only people who will ever really get me. Masters and I trained together once we were placed and we hated each other for two years. I thought he was a smug bastard and he thought I was a clown who couldn’t take anything serious. We were both partially right and we let it get to us. My father refused to let pettiness come into the job. He made us do everything together. Eat, sleep, work, piss…you get the point. He said until we fixed our differences we would be attached at the hip. Not wanting to be the one to break first we went on hating each other for another six months. My girlfriend who I’d been in love with since I was thirteen tragically died at the end of my third year at the Ministry. People didn’t know what to say, how to look at me or how to treat me. I despised it. It was hard enough to have my life ruined but to have to relive it every time you saw someone’s face, the pity written all over it…well it was unbearable. By noon my first day back I was done. Just done. Masters didn’t say a word of condolence, didn’t show any sign of pity and as far as I knew he lived under a rock and didn’t know what happened. We went through the day attached at the hip as usual with our scowls in place and nothing said. When it was time to go home Masters told me to meet him in the training room before I left. He let me beat the crap out of him. He just stood there yelling at me to hit him harder, to get the rage out….and get it out I did. All over his face, his ribs. I beat him to a bloody pulp and after that he became my best friend and my father saw the true leader in him, the ability to know what to do and get it done. 

How'd you choose exactly this part of the military division? It was chosen for me but I can’t say it wasn’t exactly what I wished for. I’ve always lived on the edge, pushing myself harder, faster wanting to achieve greatness. To me, protecting The President and the Country is the most honorable job there is. My father always taught me to be a man of honor, what better job is there? 

Hmmm, is there anything you’d like to tell me, maybe a little secret, or any cool hints about the upcoming future? ;) I might be loveable now but by the end of the end of the next book you might wish I never existed. 

Out of all the characters in this book series, who is your favorite? Do you think you're the coolest? There’s always a fan favorite to read about but sometimes it’s the side characters that are the most funI’m alright, but Adam’s is a favorite of mine. He’s a pretty cool cat and great to have watching your back…I give him a hard time for being a newbie but the kid is good people through and through.  


We all love Supernatural, so which Winchester brother would be your BFF? (Don’t hate me but I’ve never seen it! *Hides*)


I have to tell you, I have a little crush on you, what do you look for in a lady? I know you are a little bit of a ladiesman, but seriously, what are you looking for if you could have a lady?Awe, you are going to make me blush Darlin’, But cooking is right up there on the best thing about a lady in my opinion. I don’t really have a type, I just love ladies and I appreciate the fairer sex and everything about them. Their curves, their softness, the way they smell…But I also like a good dose of sass and a dash of crazy to keep me on my toes. 


Or you single? Do you think you'd like a date with a nice southern Cajun lady? Ok, I can't lie, I'm not really nice, I'm a little crazy, but I cook really good :) LOL

Sounds right up my ally! If theres dessert after dinner I’m in! 

This or that...


A. Coffee addict? No, Im more of a sugar addict

B. What’s your favorite alcoholic beverageI’m just an average joe all I need is a nice cold beer and I’m set. 

C. Favorite Food? Anything I don’t have to cook and a side of apple pie. 

D. If you had to chose Coffee or Chocolate? –don’t laugh, I don’t like chocolate so it’s quite easy for me, but a LOT of people NEED both LOL Don’t like chocolate? I might have to reconsider that date. I Would choose chocolate, huge sweet tooth remember

E. Beach or mountains? Mountains

F. Winter or summer?  Summer

G. vampires or werewolves? Can I say neither

H. Cold or hot?  I am hot blooded so I love the cold

I. Favorite color? Gray…is that considered a color?  

J. Night or day?  Day

K. Moonlight or sunlight? I love to hike with the sun on my face so sunlight…although there’s a lot to be said about the romance of the moon ;)

L. Boxers or briefs? Who says I wear either


Thanks so much for hanging out with us, Sebastian!! I’m a huge fan and I can’t believe you took time to come visit me! Anytime, thanks for having me this was fun! 



Saturday, February 27, 2016

Review~ The Truth Spell by Anita Oh!

The Truth Spell (Werewolf High #1)

Release Date: November 2015

Summary from Goodreads:

As soon as I stepped onto the grounds of Amaris High, I knew I'd made a big mistake. I could never fit in at such a snobbish school – I was more IT girl than "it girl". But then I saw him.

Sam Spencer. My childhood best friend. But it couldn't be. Sam Spencer had died three years ago, on the night that changed everything. I need to know what happened, why he's suddenly not dead and is hanging out with a bunch of rich kids.

When the school is hit by a truth spell, it seems like the perfect chance to find out what Sam and his creepy new friends are hiding, but the weirder things get, the less I'm sure I want to know. Even for Sam, even for the free food, Amaris High might be more trouble than it's worth.

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My Review

What a fun start to a new series!! It's all about Lucy going to her new school, where things are completely different that what she thought. It's a rich snooty looking school and her scholarship means following the rules. But when her long lost childhood friend who she thought died shows up, things get wanky and the school has a truth spell put on them, so Lucy begins to investigate all of this. And she will have a lot of shocking reveals thrown at her.

I loved Lucy and Sam. It took her a good bit to figure everything into play but she's quite resourceful. LOL This new scholarship, and this new school is nothing like she is used to. The school has classes- broken into houses- red for poor kids, yellow for rich kids, and gold for elite. Lucy is pretty much bullied by all of those above her. but she is determined to figure out why her supposedly dead best friend is with all these elite students. Sam at first avoids her, because he can't tell her, but when the truth spell kicks in, those elites all start getting sick. They have secrets and because they won't tell the truth, they are affected negative. So this is how Lucy starts to figure out all those secrets. The boarding school that she is at is pretty cool though. And it's got magic and werewolves and some great mystery that keeps the suspense going. 

I really enjoyed the writing style of this author. She has a way with words and I loved this story. It was well paced, greatly creative, and I look forward to the next book in the series. And I loved that she made so many funny moments and yet still has some heart breaking serious moments, as well as that totally hawt leader of the elites which just made things sexy, and full of action and suspense. I kept thinking I knew what was going to happen or who was doing what, but I was wrong. It's not predictable at all and I loved that!! I look forward to seeing where these characters are going to go with Lucy and how it's going to play out after that ending. I can't wait for book two!!! Excellent start to this series! 5 PAWS!!      

About the Author

After several years in the warm, comforting cocoon of fandom, Anita has decided to see what's up with this real world she's heard about.  Judgment is reserved until more information can be gathered.
Anita likes dogs, naps, food, and Japanese idol group Arashi.  Everything else can be improved when combined with these four things.
Anita lives with a grumpy beagle who bosses her around terribly, and won't even snuggle.

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Friday, February 26, 2016

Happy Book Birthday ~ Hybrids by Shelly Morgan & Geri Glenn

Their mother was the Angel of Protection. Their father was a soldier of the Underground. No one ever thought a demon could love an angel, but when their parents met, it was love at first sight. They fought their attraction until it was too much to take. When God, and the Devil himself, found out about the pregnancy, they fled to protect themselves and their unborn child. But when the pain of labor was over, instead of one baby, there were two; hybrid twins. 

Cyrus and Joey are fraternal twins and the product of this forbidden love between ultimate good, and ultimate evil. When their parents are slain immediately following their birth, the twins are given refuge inside of a convent by a kind, but no-nonsense, priest with a penchant for slaying demons. The priest trained the twins from a young age to kill off an entire race that they themselves descend from.

Now, nineteen years later, Cy and Joey leave the convent for the first time to investigate a series of rapes and murder happening at a college campus hours from the only place they’ve ever known or called home. Trying to navigate in this new world of school, parties, and the allure of the opposite sex, the twins quickly learn that being human isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. As they struggle with the feelings that come with falling in love, they both fight a battle from deep within. Will their love be enough? Will their own personal vendettas pull them in the wrong direction? But the question that plagues them most – are they good, or evil?


Shelly Morgan

Shelly is an Iowan girl. She now resides in the town she was born and raised in. Having three children, it’s hard for her to have any down time, but when she finds it, you can find her holed up somewhere reading her next steamy book in a long list of books in her virtual library or writing her next story.

She is the author of the Forsaken Sinners MC series, with her first book being released in February of 2015. Even though this is an MC series, she has plenty more ideas, so look out for more than just biker novels from her in the future.

Shelly became fast friends with Geri before she even released her first book, but through their friendship they both decided to delve into the jar of Paranormal. It’s been a lot of work, but such a ride so far, she’s actually sad to see it end. But she knows that with the end of this book, it’s not the end of the journey, it’s just the beginning. She hopes you enjoy it as much as she and Geri enjoyed writing it.

Geri Glenn

Geri is a Canadian girl, born and raised. She’s a military wife, mother of two and devourer of words. She can often be found reading a good book, magazine or any shampoo bottle within reach. She is the author of the Kings of Korruption MC series, with her first book being released in August of 2015. A sucker for any type of alpha male, Geri refuses to be tied to one genre.

Writing this book with Shelly has been a welcome challenge and a ton of fun. She hopes you love Cyrus and Joey as much as she and Shelly do!

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When in Gnome by Emily Night w Giveaway!

When in Gnome
Gnome Sweet Gnome
Book One
Emily Night

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Date of Publication: September 28, 2015

ISBN: 1515387747

Number of pages: 355
Word Count: 90,674

Book Description:

Evangeline Black quickly becomes entangled in the magic that thrives in Gnome, Mississippi, when she spontaneously shifts into a wolf only hours after arriving.

Her life is out of control, and she has to rely on the kindness of strangers: the psychic caretaker of the lovely antebellum home where her mother was born, the sheriff who practices his own version of Native American-inspired magic, and a rocker werewolf. While she struggles at the bottom of the magical learning curve, it becomes apparent that someone is stalking her.

Evangeline quickly learns two things about Gnome. The first is that anything is possible. The second is that magical creatures are much less enchanting when they want you dead.

Excerpt 1

Ben never showed as he had promised, and when I shifted in my sleep, I was apprehensive at the thought of facing the night alone. As I flew past Daniel in the living room, I noticed a look of concern on his face, and the words “be careful” were stretched into a long, low mournful sound.
Once I hit the outskirts of the yard and had officially entered the woods, I had the strong sensation of being followed. There were shadows slipping in and out of my peripheral vision, and birds and small animals burst out of their hiding places around me for no apparent reason. I tried to outrun the feeling, but it stayed with me.
The moon above me was full, and I raced across a landscape of brightly contrasting moonlight and shadows. I knew I was being followed by something Other, shrouded in the shadows of the trees, and I left the woods and bounded toward the meadow in hopes of losing it. However, the sensation of being followed did not dissipate. Rather, it seemed as if the Other merely took another form and took to the sky. My eyes could not detect it, but I knew it with every ounce of my being, and my fur was crawling up my spine.
I crossed the meadow and entered another part of the woods. My energy was waning, but I was afraid to turn back since I was certain that I was being followed. I began to wonder if the Other following was my father. I also wondered what happened to Ben to prevent him from coming. While I was pondering all of these things and running blindly, another figure stepped directly into my path.
I skidded to an abrupt halt. A shard of moonlight slashed through the trees and cast the figure half in light and half in shadow, and the half in light was definitely not human. His skin was lumpy and blotchy. His face was distorted like a hairless animal with black eyes deeply recessed in pits and a lipless grin that revealed an irregular row of jagged teeth.
I did not bother trying to read his aura.
Slowly and deliberately, the figure brought up his arm, and my fur stood up as I realized that he was holding a gun and about to shoot me. With my heart pounding, I was trying to decide my next move when the shadow that had been following me came barreling over my head. I saw nothing more than a black blur topped by a streak of gold as the Other launched into the other Other. The arm holding the gun was thrust straight up, and the tree limbs exploded as the gun when off. The two figures fell in a tangle, and both were soon swallowed in darkness. I heard a series of growls, but I could see nothing. I decided that right then was a good time to make a hasty exit while they were both distracted.
I raced back across the meadow toward familiar woods, but I must have veered too far left, for I once again found myself in the strange woods where I had been two night ago. Recognizing the trees and the heaviness of the air, I tried to turn right to compensate for my error, but soon I was facing an unfamiliar stream that cut through the woods. I approached the stream, which seemed clean and clear, and was taking a tentative sip when I heard a growl and realized I had company.
I looked up to find myself facing two other wolves. Real wolves. I had no idea we actually had wolves in Mississippi. Their teeth were bared as they inched closer.
This so reminds me of high school, I thought, but the funny thought was of little comfort as they continued to close in on me. I was considering making a break and running when I heard another growl coming up from behind me.
When I turned, I realized that not only was the third wolf baring his teeth at the first two, but he was so much bigger. He stalked past me and put himself between me and the two wolves. As I backed away, he charged across the stream. All three wolves became entangled and rolled in a moment of snapping and growling, but the first two broke away and, quickly determining that they were overpowered, beat a retreat away from the stream.
The large wolf turned toward me, and I was poised to run again when I realized that he was less wolf than they were and more Other. As he walked slowly toward me, he looked at me with eyes that seemed almost human in their expression, as if asking if I was okay.
Thanks. I projected the thought toward him, but he gave no acknowledgment.
For a long moment, we stood contemplating each other. Eventually, I gave up trying to communicate and turned to make my way back to the house. It had been a long and tiring night, and I was already looking forward to the legendary bathtub and maybe even a light midnight snack before crawling back into bed. I realized the Other wolf was following me, although he kept his distance and didn’t seem to pose a threat. I stopped occasionally and turned to regard him, but he stood there, tongue hanging out, reminding me of those persistent guys with every lame pickup line you’ve ever heard—usually freshmen. Just sayin’.
Look, thanks for saving me back there, but I’m just heading home now, okay?
He closed his mouth, and his eyes were wide and quizzical.
I turned back and continued trotting toward home with my new buddy close on my heels. I climbed the porch steps, pawed open the door, and turned back to look at the wolf. I hoped he didn’t expect me to invite him in.
For a moment, he watched me, and then he climbed the steps and walked over to a spot close to the door. He circled and lay down, then looked back at me. I could already imagine Daniel fussing about me bringing home a new pet.
What can I say? I thought to myself. He followed me home. Can we keep it?

My Review

I absolutely have fallen in love with this book. I thought it was cute, funny, fun, sexy, full of adventure and mystery, and most of all, it was satisfying to see Evie come into herself and make friends and want a life in Gnome. I didn't think I would like it as much as I did. I know that sounds bad, but when I read the blurb, it was intriguing, but I didn't have a major reaction to it. However, by the second chapter, I couldn't put this book down. I fell in love with so many characters. Starting with Evie. 

Evie is a sweet girl, but she is naive, and a little sheltered as well. She knew she was adopted, but when she gets a message that her biological mother died and left her an inheritance, she travels to a little town in the middle of nothing. She's had a good life, with love and honesty, and she's getting her education. But then she has a crazy awakening when she gets to Gnome. She finds she not only that she has a house she inherited, but a live in helper, and magical powers.

She also meets some wonderful people. Sherriff Ben, Daniel, the wonderful and sexy Kieran- I can't wait to see what he's going to be as part of Evie's life, and the magnificent werewolf that I won't name. I am of course all for Team Wolf :) LOL I am trying to to name names and positions as to not spoil too much. And as Evie meets them, learns about them, and becomes a part of their lives, she grows into something more as well. I totally love the mystery of Kieran. I look forward to seeing how he is going to play out things, especially since I think he has a thing for Evie. And another secret, Evie learns who her father is. And woah is he something special!

I loved the writing and the story and everything about it. It kept me captivated and I cheered for Evie! I wanted her to be ok with herself and her new friends and I wanted her to be ok, because someone is after her. Well by the end it's more than one someone LOL And I see in the future that there's going to be some serious confrontations coming. And for a debut, this is a fantastic story!! I would absolutely recommend this, because it has something for everyone! I can't wait for book two to come out so I can read it ASAP!! 5 PAWS!!!!      

Author Interview

First, tell me a little about your book ☺….
When in Gnome is a paranormal romance, but a lot more than that, too. Evangeline Black is a college graduate who is trying to find herself. Because she was adopted, her family’s past is a mystery that she is trying to uncover, which is what brings her to the place where her mother was born. Gnome is magical, and Evie gets tangled up in the magic when she learns that she inherited some of her birth parents’ abilities. In her first venture into the real world, she quickly gets into trouble. There’s a rich setting, quirky characters, mystery, and magic, but romance, too.

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated or did you always just know?
It started in the fourth grade when I had to write a story for English class. I loved ghost stories, so I wrote a story called “The Haunted Go-Cart”. It was full of jokes and sarcasm, and the other kids loved it. I used to make up my own newspaper on pages from Steno pads. Later, after reading Little Women, I decided I wanted to write novels.

What inspired you to write your first book and what was it?
When in Gnome is the first book I’ve polished and published, but it’s not the first one I’ve written. My first attempt at a book was an upper middle grade/young adult book I wrote called My Best Friend Hates My Guts. It was about a girl dealing with the fact that she and her best friend are growing apart and first love at the same time. I was processing things that had happened and trying to understand them and put them into words.

Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life?
I don’t normally shapeshift, but some events in the book are based on reality. In a writing course I once took, my teacher was trying to explain how to tell something that is emotionally true and have the story still qualify as fiction. I didn’t really grasp it at the time, but I’ve since learned how to write about something without dragging a single skeleton out of anyone’s closet and being sued. So, in When in Gnome, for example, I was able to talk about friends growing apart without having anything in the story that actually happened the way it does in the book.

Who do you look up to as a writer?
I loved Rick Yancey’s The Monstrumologist for the language, the characters, the setting, and the writing in general. I also love Patricia A. McKillip’s fairy tales. Her words are so poetic. I love the way Charles Dickens characterizes and how Stephen King gets inside a character’s head and ties different elements of a story together. I love J. K. Rowling’s imagination, Patricia Cornwell’s precise and clinical method of describing cases, and Jim Butcher’s intricately layered plots in the Dresden Files. I also like Mary Stewart, Barbara Michaels, Emily Bronte, and Daphne du Maurier.

If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your book?
No. At one point I questioned if I should have made Evie more of that “strong female lead” character type. However, I didn’t want to turn Evie into some Buffy the Vampire Slayer cliche. Her strength is a quiet strength. She doesn’t have tattoos or piercings, but she is adventurous, optimistic, and understanding. Her world is new and full of opportunity, and, in spite of growing up know that she was adopted, she isn’t jaded or bitter. Her weakness is that she’s naive and nice. She hasn’t learned how to deal with mean people.

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?
Yes. Rewriting. You’ve already imagined that this is how the story is told, but something isn’t working. You go over it a million times before you finally find the flaw in the plot. Then you have to reimagine the resolution. Because the original story is so ingrained in your thoughts that you’ve already accepted that’s what the story is, it’s like trying to make a river run a different course. It hurts my brain.

What book are you reading now?
In Kindle, I’m reading a Young Adult novel called Cursed by Jennifer Armentrout, and I’ve just started House of Leaves, a horror novel by Mark. Z. Danielewski, in print.
Who designed the cover? And do you help with them?
I designed the cover myself. I always knew that it was going to have a garden gnome on the front with flowers growing up around it, and that the house would be in the background. I was going for a naive, folk-artsy look.

If you could be one of your characters, who would you chose?
I think Evie’s father, Conlaoch. Not that I want to be a man or anything. He’s more powerful than his queen, and he has to keep his power hidden and the people he cares about far from himself to protect them. He doesn’t make choices out of ego. This tells me that he’s very wise, patient, and puts others before himself.

Are there any books you think some of us should read, just because?
Patricia McKillip’s The Book of Atrix Wolf and Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones. Both are fantasies. If you watched the animated film Howl’s Moving Castle by Hayao Miyazaki, you should still read the book. They’re a little different, but they are both great. I watched the movie first, and I’m glad I read the book because it has more depth. Also, Outlander by Diana Gabaldon and The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. It made me cry.

Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
Yes. I would like to say thank you.

I would like to say thank you for hanging out with me today! I am so excited for the next book in the Gnome Sweet Gnome series!!

About the Author: 

Emily Night grew up in a series of small towns in Mississippi. The youngest of four children, she dreamed of being a writer from the moment she wrote her first story in the fourth grade. At the age of twelve, she rode her bike up to the square of a small town and asked the editor to publish one of her stories. While the editor did not, he was very kind and encouraging. She graduated magna cum laude from Mississippi College and later obtained a Master's from Belhaven University. She prefers reading and writing fantasy because fantasy allows her to test the modern-day limits of what is possible.


Twitter: @emilynight7

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5 signed copies When In Gnome