Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Review of Limerick & Giveaway

I just wanted to let you guys know that the first review of Limerick is in. Here's what Lacey (The Page Turner) had to say:

"I really enjoyed this book, reading Limerick was like a shot of adrenaline, it really kept me chipper in my stressful times with school and life. Reading this book took me to another world where I was able to put reality aside and emerse myself in a magical world in iteself. It was action packed, emotional and fun, what more can you ask for?! I loved that we were able to see Jensen change, seeing her become more of a stronger character. We learn more about her and what she never knew about herself. The only thing I was sad about was the end, this book went by way too quickly, I loved being emersed in this world and being sucked back out was a bit unbalanced. But It definately is a book I would recommend to anyone, there is nothing to prevent a younger reader from reading this book."

How sweet is that? She gave it 4 stars on goodreads/4 and a half on her blog. Reading her review seriously drained all my worries about how Limerick would be received. Then I checked B&N and saw that a reader had given it 5 stars on there. :)

Now, I can honestly say I feel confident enough to start working on Triquetra, the third and final book in the series, as well as a new vampire series I'm planning. I'm actually not sure which one will come first. Ideally, I'd like to start both, but I'm worried about the voices blending, which would be bad. Very, very bad.

Oh well, on to other news. I'm thinking about starting a new blog series dedicated to paranormal/fantasy novellas and shorts I like. I'll let you know about that later. Also, I'm giving away 50 ebook copies of Limerick on Librarything, so if you'd like to snatch it up for free, you have until July 11th to request it.

And that about wraps everything up. I hope everyone is having a wonderful week. :)

1 comment:

  1. I was to late for the Limerick giveaway. But I loved the first book and I wanted to read the second. I really hope there are more to come.
    Melanie gordon