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Review: A Sliver of Shadow (Abby Sinclair #2) by Allison Pang

Categories: 4 butterflies, Abby Sinclair series, adult romance, Allison Pang, angels, bewitching book tours, book tour, demons, elves, paranormal, RBR, review
A Sliver of Shadowby Allison PangEditions: paperback, ebookPublished February 28th 2012 by PocketSource: review copyJust when her new life as a TouchStone — a mortal bound to help OtherFolk cross between Faery and human worlds — seems to be settling down, Abby Sinclair is left in charge when the Protectorate, Moira, leaves for the Faery Court. And when the Protectorate’s away…let’s just say things spiral out of control when a spell on Abby backfires and the Faery Queen declares the Doors between their worlds officially closed.The results Read more [...]

Review: Jo-Bri and the Two Worlds by Rob Tobin

Categories: 2 butterflies, bewitching book tours, book tour, fantasy, paranormal, RBR, review, urban fantasy, wizards, ya
Jo-Bri and the Two Worldsby Rob Tobin;Editions: ebookPublished by BookBaby; 1 edition (November 26, 2011)Source: review copyA teen wizard from a sword-and-sorcery world is chased by an evil sorcerer into modern day Montana. There he learns about sex, love, rock and roll, and the stress of trying to save two worlds from total destruction during summer break."Jo-Bri" follows in the tradition of entertaining social statement SFF novels like "Stranger in a Strange Land" and "Left Hand of Darkness," but with the modern, fast-paced feel of urban fantasies Read more [...]

Q&A with Rob Tobin

Categories: bewitching book tours, book tour, interview, Rob Tobin
About the Author Rob Tobin is an award-winning, produced screenwriter with his latest film shortlisted for a 2012 Best Picture Oscar, a published novelist, and former motion picture development executive. Rob was brought up and worked the gold mines in Timmins, Ontario, Canada, Shania Twain's hometown. He now lives in beautiful Huntington Beach, California with his lovely wife Leslie and goofy brown dog. Links: Website1. Tell us a bit about the world of Jo-Bri and the Two Worlds, what are we likely to come across on our reading journey there?“Jo-Bri Read more [...]

Review: My Boyfriend Merlin (My Merlin #1) by Priya Ardis

Categories: 3 butterflies, Arthurian, bewitching book tours, book tour, Camelot, My Merlin series, paranormal, Priya Ardis, RBR, review, wizards, ya
My Boyfriend Merlinby Priya Ardis;Editions: ebookPublished November 21st 2011 by Ink Lion BooksSource: review copyIf you can't trust your boyfriend, who can you trust?In this modern retelling of the Sword and the Stone, 17-year-old nice girl Arriane, aka Ryan, DuLac just found out her badass biker boyfriend, Matt, is a little older than he was letting on. By a few eons.In fact, he is really Merlin--the Merlin, King Arthur's Merlin, the greatest wizard who ever lived. But Ryan's not impressed. Tired of being a pushed around relationship loser, she'd Read more [...]

Q&A with Priya Ardis

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About the Author:Priya Ardis loves stories of all kinds--but especially the gooey ones that make your nose leak and let your latte go cold. Her young adult novel, My Boyfriend Merlin, comes from a childhood of playing too much She-Ra and watching too much Spock. She started my first book at sixteen, writing in notebooks on long train rides. While reading My Boyfriend Merlin or most books, she recommends pajamas first and a pumpkin spice anything for taste. Her favorite Arthurian piece is the poem The Lady of Shalott by Lord Alfred Tennyson and a Read more [...]

Guest Post: Mitchell Maxwell

Categories: book tour, guest post, Mitchell Maxwell, pump up your book
For more than a year now I have tried to make the career change from producer to author. It has been going well my first book was well received and is gathering momentum and my second novel is finished and waiting for release. I have enjoyed the transition as it allows my creative juices to take flight without the myriad personalities acting out and it allows me to tell a story without dealing with divas and budgets and the stakes of a Broadway show.Nevertheless I was back at pre production today for a new musical that opens this spring. And it Read more [...]