Monday, July 30, 2012
Giveaway: "Shadow Sight" by E.J. Stevens and SWAG!
* First prize will be an eBook copy of E.J. Steven's book Shadow Sight, first in her new Ivy Granger series, along with a postcard and sticker.
* Second prize will be just the eBook.
* Third prize will be both a sticker and a postcard.
* Fourth prize will be your choice of sticker or postcard.
My review is here. E.J. Stevens runs the popular From the Shadows blog, and I encourage you to drop by and check it out.
Like usual, leave a comment with your email address, so I can contact you if you win, and next Monday I'll have a drawing through Random.org to determine my four winners!
This just in!! A novella featuring Ivy Granger, Blood and Mistletoe, will be available for the holiday season, to help you get through until next year, when the 2nd book, Ghost Light will be released. I will be receiving an ARC in the fall, so watch for my review!!
Information about the book:
Welcome to Harborsmouth, where monsters walk the streets unseen by humans…except those with second sight.
Whether visiting our modern business district or exploring the cobblestone lanes of the Old Port quarter, please enjoy your stay. When you return home, do tell your friends about our wonderful city—just leave out any supernatural details.
Don’t worry—most of our guests never experience anything unusual. Otherworlders, such as faeries, vampires, and ghouls, are quite adept at hiding within the shadows. Many are also skilled at erasing memories. You may wake in the night screaming, but you won’t recall why. Be glad that you don’t remember—you are one of the fortunate ones.
If you do encounter something unnatural, we recommend the services of Ivy Granger, Psychic Detective. Co-founder of Private Eye detective agency, Ivy Granger is a relatively new member of our small business community. Her offices can be found on Water Street, in the heart of the Old Port.
Miss Granger has a remarkable ability to receive visions by the act of touching an object. This skill is useful in her detective work, especially when locating lost items. Whether you are looking for a lost brooch or missing persons, no job is too small for Ivy Granger—and she could certainly use the business.
We can also provide, upon request, a list of highly skilled undertakers. If you are in need of their services, then we also kindly direct you to Harborsmouth Cemetery Realty. It’s never too early to contact them, since we have a booming “housing” market. Demand is quite high for a local plot—there are always people dying for a place to stay.