Wordy Wednesday is baaaaaack! At least, it is for this week. But I imagine I’ll be back again next week because it may or may not be RELEASE WEEK.
YES. THIS DESERVES ALL THE CAPS.
So. We are officially one week away from KINGDOM COME’s birthday, and I thought I’d share a few of my favorite quotes from the book with you guys. It was a little difficult because a lot of my favorites are a bit spoilery. But here, we have three of my favorite quotes from KC:
*bounces* I’m so excited, you guys.
Also, I have a giveaway over on Goodreads for a FREE print copy of KC: http://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/52518-kingdom-come.
Here’s to hoping y’all have an awesome day, and rest of the week!
We’re less than two weeks away. Let the nail-biting commence, y’all. I love this story so much, and I truly hope you guys will, too.
This week wraps up the Countdown to KINGDOM COME segment of Sing-Along Sunday, and I thought it’d be fitting to post a song that fits not only with this book, but its sequel, as well.
“I will be a revolution. Be a voice beyond these lies . . . if it takes my life.” Sing it, Kerrigan.
HI GUYS. I’VE HAD COFFEE. LOTS OF IT.
I can’t believe that we’re just over two weeks away from release day!
The Fray can do no wrong in my book. “Be Still” actually plays a HUGE part in KINGDOM COME’s sequel, but it was also worn out while I wrote KC.
I hope you guys have a great week!
Sorry. Couldn’t resist. It has been a WEEK, y’all.
Today, I have another cover reveal for you guys! This one comes from S. M. Johnston, whose NA Spec Fic will be released from Entranced Pub on December 2.
Arrrrrre yooooooooou ready? Look at the pretty!
After a life saving heart transplant, eighteen-year-old Mishca Richardson is plagued by nightmares and an urgent desire to find her birth parents, which she puts down to post-operation depression. But her new heart seems to bring more than a second chance at life in the form of speed, strength and love at first sight.
About the Author:
Sharon is a writer from Mackay in Queensland, Australia who has short stories
published in anthologies and was also runner-up in the Australian Literary Review’s
Young Adult short story contest with KARMA. By day she is a public relations
executive and by night she writes weird fiction and soulful contemporaries while her
husband, two sons and cat are fast asleep.
You can find Sharon here:
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/authorsmjohnston
This week’s song is brought to you thanks to my husband and his awesome taste in music. “Iridescent” was actually featured in one of the Transformers movies, but I’d forgotten all about it until I heard it on my husband’s playlist in the car one morning. The rest, as they say, is history.
We’re hitting the home stretch here, guys. Just a little over three weeks to go!
So. This song. It gives me a lot of feelings.
I have a lot of fun with the relationship between Kerrigan and Ethan, but KINGDOM COME is not a love story. It’s a story of having hope, even at the darkest of times. Of witnessing everyone you love being ripped from the world far too soon, and having faith that the goodness in the world will prevail, even when its very core seems shattered.
Shattered. Yeah, that sounds about right.
“All is lost, hope remains, and this war’s not over.”
Also, there may very well be a nifty giveaway over on Twitter this week. Stay tuned!
Hi guys! I have a little something special for y’all today. This week, Katie Teller (AKA Katie Hamstead) is revealing the awesome cover for her upcoming book, KIYA: HOPE OF THE PHARAOH. Are you ready for this?
To save her younger sisters from being taken to the cruel life of the palace, Naomi intervenes and gives herself to be a wife of the erratic Pharaoh Akhenaten.
In the palace, Naomi finds herself thrust into the intrigues of the royal family, and has her name changed to Kiya. She becomes beloved by the Pharaoh, who declares that she will bear him his heir. But the Great Queen Nefertiti, furious with jealousy, schemes to destroy Naomi and even brings her fidelity into question, which could cost Naomi her very life.
Naomi must play the deadly game carefully. She is in a silent battle of wills, and a struggle for who will one day inherit the crown. And if she does bear an heir, she will have to fight to protect him as well as herself from Nefertiti who is out for blood.
You can add KIYA to your to-read list here: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16163811-kiya. Also, Katie will be hosting a blog hop, which begins April 30 (the book’s release date). You can find her blog here: kjhstories.blogspot.com.
Hope your week is going fabulously, and I’ll see you back here for Sing-Along Sunday!