Modified Cover Reveal & Giveaway!

I seriously cannot wait for this one to come out! I LOVE C.A. Kunz and everything they do and this cover is just icing on the cake! It's SO COOL! Definitely watch out for this one and enjoy staring at the cover! Oh and the giveaway is at the bottom of the post! You definitely don't want to miss out on that! 

What would you sacrifice to save the one’s you love? To save the one who holds your heart? To save the world?

Kenley Grayson is all too familiar with these questions.

After Earth is thrust into its first intergalactic war with an unknown race called the Bringers, our military forces begin to suffer heavy losses. Desperate for a solution, the Allied Federation issues a worldwide draft for every able seventeen-year-old to enlist. As Kenley turns seventeen, she finds herself thrown into the very war that took her older brother’s life.
This year’s draft is a little different than in the past though. A new program, known as the Magnus Project, has been introduced, and only the best and brightest qualify. Kenley is amongst a select few whom are chosen to join this elite group of soldiers, and as a part of this project, undergoes a modification procedure that leaves her and her peers endowed with powers beyond their wildest dreams.
As Earth continues in its struggle against the Bringers, Kenley is transported to a high-tech training facility, the Magnus Academy, to prepare for the major battle that lies ahead. It’s here that she meets the California heartthrob, and son of a legendary war hero, Landon Shaw. As unexpected feelings toward Landon begin to develop, Kenley wonders if this is the right time or place for romance to bloom, especially when those feelings start to interfere with her training.
With the weight of the world on her shoulders, Kenley is constantly reminded of how important she and the rest of the Magnus cadets are to the fate of humanity. She is one of the Modified, Earth’s last line of defense against utter destruction.

The Modified releases this Fall! 

Like the cover for The Modified? Well then head over to Nathan Szerdy’s website and peruse his amazing collection of works. We guarantee that you won’t be disappointed!

The mom and son author duo, C.A. Kunz, thoroughly enjoys writing about things that go bump in the night and futuristic action-packed romances while drinking massive amounts of English breakfast tea and Starbucks coffee. To find out more about this duo and their books visit their blog, or find them on Facebook and Twitter!

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Their Promise Release Day Blitz & Review

TODAY is the release day of Brina Courtney's novella, Their Promise!!!!

Their Promise
One moment can change your life forever.
One moment to find love.
One moment to lose it.

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so I had the honor of Beta reading for this book so I thought I would share my review with you today too :)

Okay so this will be a fairly short review because it's a short book ALSO because most things I want to say about it is COMPLETELY spoilery! Chase and Hannah are the cutest couple ever! He is everything a girl would want in a boyfriend.  He is protective, attentive, and loyal.  I loved the strong bond that they shared.
This book comes with a warning label: Tissues will be needed!  This book was definitely for me, but I don't think it will be for everybody.  It isn't exactly happy throughout the book.  It's short but it's not a light read, but if you're like me and like the deeper stuff then you will like it too! Brina goes where I didn't thing any author would be brave enough to go.  Well maybe other authors have gone there but I haven't read it before.  It's definitely different than most books.
I loved it and I hope you do too! Their Promise is a book full of love and heartbreak, but mostly love.



Nocturnal Blog Tour: POV

Hey I'm glad you all made it to this stop in the blog tour ( for the rest of the schedule GO HERE) Sorry about being late in posting! I totally lost track of the month! On this tour, there is a SCAVENGER HUNT! and it's awesome so make sure you look for this posts word! it will be in RED and you can go to THIS PAGE to fill out the puzzle. 

AND now for a scene in Nightmare from Peter's POV!!!!! I hope you enjoy! 

Chapter Eight-from Peter's POV

She has a bad dream again, and I think about waking her, but then she would be upset that I know about the dream. I may not be able to read her every thought, but I am learning about her.
“Did you sleep well?” I ask when her alarm rings and she smashes her fist against it. I pretend to be absorbed in my book so she can think that I won’t spot her lie.
“Yeah,” she says, looking down at the wound in her wrist that I had left. I am sorry for hurting her, but if I apologized as much as I would like, she would brush it off. I have learned that as well.
Viktor is coming to go with me to see Cal. I do not want to leave Ava, but I do not see another choice.
“I must go,” I say when Viktor is in the yard. “Viktor is waiting for me.”
“How do you know?”
“He told me.”  
“What?” I sometimes forget how weak her human hearing is. Even with the noctalis enhancements, she is not aware of him until I point out the window. She gets up and goes to the window to make sure, smiling when she sees him and giving him a little wave. She turns around, still looking at her wrist.
“I’ll miss you.” The words and her sincerity slam into me. She will miss me. I try a smile, and this time it isn’t very difficult.
She stares, stunned and then shakes her head. I must not have done it right.
“How was that?”
“Good. Keep working on it.” She can’t meet my eyes, and I can sense she is thinking a mile a minute.
“What happens when I conquer the smile?”
“We’ll graduate to laughing. I’ll have a ceremony and you can wear a mortarboard and toss it into the air.” I do not understand. She laughs, the sound making me want to smile again.
“You didn’t have graduations back in the day?” She runs her fingers through her curls, trying to untangle them. I wish she wouldn’t bother. I like her tangled morning hair.
“Yes, we did. But you only got a mortarboard for college graduation. I was a junior when I died.” She is suddenly sad, as if me talking about my human past upsets her. I try not to do it too often. She is biting her lip with anxiety.
“Well, we’ll need to make up for that,” she says, glancing at the bathroom. It is nearly time for her to get ready for school, and Viktor is waiting.
“I must go,” I say. I do not want to. If there were another way, I would take it.
“I know. Will you be back tonight? I've got my date with Jamie, but I'll be home before nine.” She twists her hands together nervously. I want to remind her that the sooner I leave, the sooner I can come back, but this doesn’t seem like the right thing to say.
“Yes. I will be here when you get home. But I may have to go farther away than I have.” She should know the reality that we must be apart, and it is not going to be easy for either of us. Even I am not sure of the consequences of our separation.
“Do what you have to do. I'll survive.” She pretends to shrug it off, but her worry blares at me.
“I know you will. I hate to leave you.” My strong Ava will get through this. She can get through anything. I get up and move to the window, trying to imbibe as much of her scent as possible to take with me.
“Well, the sooner you go, the sooner you'll get back,” she says, her voice tight and controlled.

The sadness on her face hurts me more than she can know.
I have to kiss her. I wrap myself around her, holding her as close as she can get, filling myself with her, only her. She is surprised for a moment, but then she responds, her warm lips dancing with mine. I finally end the kiss so she can breathe, and put both hands on the sides of her face. My precious Ava. Her lips are red from my assault.

“What was that for?”

I decide to tell her the truth.
“I wanted to take the taste of your lips with me.”  She kisses me again. Once more. One last sweet kiss to take with me.
“There,” she says. I remove my hands from her face slowly.
“Good-bye, Ava-Claire.”
“Goodbye, Peter. I'll see you tonight.”

Wasn't that great!!! Well to end us off here is some info about the author and don't forget to get all the words for the Scavenger Hunt!

Author Bio and Links: Chelsea M. Cameron is a YA writer from Maine. Lover of things random and ridiculous, Jane Austen/Charlotte and Emily Bronte Fangirl, red velvet cake enthusiast, obsessive tea drinker, vegetarian, former cheerleader and world's worst video gamer. When not writing, she enjoys watching infomercials, singing in the car and tweeting. She has a degree in journalism from the University of Maine, Orono that she promptly abandoned to write about the people in her own head. More often than not, these people turn out to be just as weird as she is.

She has two books out now, Nocturnal and Nightmare, the first and second books in the Noctalis Chronicles about a girl with a dying mother who meets an immortal boy. The third book, Numb will be out this August, and the fourth in the winter. Her other book, Whisper, about a girl who is alive, a boy who isn't and the complications that go along with their relationship, released June 16 and is the first in a trilogy. Follow her on Twitter: @chel_c_cam, her blog, or on Facebook.


Excerpt from Redemption

Indie Revolution week with Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckels is coming to an end so hurry up and enter the 2 giveaways! For the 2nd to last post I'm going to share with you an excerpt from Redemption (book 2 in the Night Marchers series) THEN tomorrow or maybe later today I will share with you the same excerpt in a DIFFERENT POV :O 
Goodreads Summary: He would endure a thousand deaths for her, but would she let him? Torn between two men that love her, Emma Townsend is forced to make choices no seventeen-year-old should ever be forced to make. With her friends at her side, Emma embarks on an adventure full of danger, deceit and betrayal as she tries to redeem Kai, the man who made the ultimate sacrifice for her. When Emma discovers that setting a Night Marcher free is no easy task, she is forced to make a very unlikely alliance. How far will Emma be willing to go to save Kai, and will she be able to do so before it's too late?

Excerpt from:
(REDEMPTION, The second Night Marchers novel.)
Kai's tattoo still stands out dark as night. My heart starts pounding, not entirely with fear though, more so with excitement. I force my eyes to look up now and I see his face. His beautiful face. I knew that I missed him but I had no idea how much. It's as if my heart leaps with joy at the sight of him and my body feels overwhelmed and excited in anticipation of touching him. I run towards him, but he doesn't turn to me. He keeps marching, eyes forward, focused intently on the back of the head of the soldier in front of him.
"Kai!" I yell out his name. I don't know if any of the other Night Marchers have turned to glare at me, I keep my eyes focused on him and him alone. He doesn't turn, but I can see his jaw clenched tight. Against my better judgment I run towards him.
"Kai!" I say out of breath from the sprint. I'm so close to him now that I can touch him. I reach out and grab at his arm. It's cold yet my hand doesn't pass through it like I would envision it would, being that he's basically a spirit. He still doesn't look towards me. Why won't he look at me? "Kai!" I yell in his ear and yank his arm so hard that his step falters and he can't help but look at me.
My breath catches and my arm drops from his as he stares at me, stepping away from the procession. He looks just like I remembered but different still. There is an eerie gleam to his skin that reminds me that he's not human anymore. His eyes are no longer completely grey. They are flaked with black specks starting at the pupils and heading outward. I shake my head as tears start filling my eyes. I'm too late!
"Emma." He says through gritted teeth. I look back into his eyes, hopeful when I hear him recall my name.
"Yes, Kai, I'm here. It's going to be okay. We will get you out I promise!" I say as tears spill down my cheek. I grab at his arm to try and drag him away with me, but he stands firm as if he's made of stone.
I look up into his eyes pleading with him to come back to me. As if the reminder of what we have together could free him from this eternal solitude that he's been condemned to. I don't know if I am just wishing for it, but I think I register a slight softening around his eyes. He's still in there! It was only for a brief flash of a second until his features harden and a look of anguish succumbs him.
"Em-ma." He says my name painstakingly so, as if it takes an overwhelming strength for him to force out the two syllables. The muscles in his body tense up almost to a point of which I think they might explode from within him. He stares at me and as if I'm hypnotized by his eyes, I stare back unable to look away even when it gets uncomfortable.
"R-un" He says through gritted teeth.
Run? I register a slow movement in my peripheral vision and realize that it's his arm moving, the one with the spear!
"R-u-n!" He says forcing the word out of his mouth. With his teeth clenched, a look of pure torture overtakes him.
Pulling my gaze from his might be the hardest thing I've ever had to do. I do it just as he takes his first step towards me. He looks like he's trying to advance against a hurricane. Every movement is counteracted with his suppressed will not to hurt me. He's fighting it! It's a good sign, but he's not strong enough. His hand slowly pulls the spear to where it's pointing at me now.
"Pl-ea-se!" He says urgently, eyes fixated on me.
Tears well up knowing that he can't hold back, he's fighting with all he's got, but he can't stop it. He can't stop the urge to try to kill me. I turn and run from him. I run as fast as I can into the forest and through the trees. I trip a few times but I pick myself back up. I can hear the snapping of tree limbs and foliage behind me. Kai is pursuing me! My heart starts pounding as I realize that this is a very real threat. He might not be able to hold back, I've struck a curse that I can't undo this time.
I don't know when I decided to do it, but I stop dead in my tracks. Something tells me that this is the only way. This is the way it should have been. Kai is a Night Marcher because of me and right now, I have a way to save him. If he kills me, I will switch places with him, freeing him from the prison I condemned him to.
I force myself to turn around slowly, my body is shaking like a leaf. My brain is telling me to run, but I'm fighting against it. I see the flame flicker behind a tree in front of me. It's time. I drop to my knees as Kai steps out from the cover of the tree. His eyes plead with me to run, but I just shake my head and look away, tears overflowing.
I hear him take a step, then another one. Each step takes several seconds. I know he's trying to fight it, but he can't help it.
"Itt's okkay." I manage to stutter out. I close my eyes and a moment later I'm sailing through the air. At first I don't realize what's happening but when I open my eyes, I see the landscape flashing past me upside down. The blood is rushing to my head making me disoriented and dizzy. I try to use my stomach muscles to sit up but it's no use. I realize that I'm hanging over someone's shoulder in a fireman carry as they run wildly away. I have no idea who that someone is.
I crane my head when I hear running feet behind us. Kai! He's chasing us. His face is contorted with anger now. His spear raises and I shut my eyes tight. If this is how it ends, I don't want to see it. A conch shell blows and I look up just in time to see him as he's pulled backwards away from us. It looks as if he's being sucked up into a vacuum. I look into his eyes, which only a moment ago showed anger, now they show worry and panic. I continue to watch him, straining my neck until I can see him no longer.
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Cover Reveal: Blood Doll by Georgia Cates

I love this chic!  Georgia Cates is AMAZING and even though I haven't started this series I hear these books are AMAZING and I can't wait to dive in VERY soon! :) So without more from here is the cover for Blood Doll (book 3 of The Vampire Agape Series)

Solomon Alexander has faced huge obstacles during his existence, but they’re nothing in comparison to the one he’s about to hit head on. As leader of The Savannah Compound, part of Sol’s new position in the Coven of Landra is to guide the transition of fledgelings, newly turned vampires. It’s his job to save the unsavable. Being a Landra is what he’s done for over a century and he’s damn good at it, but everything he knows, practices and teaches is threatened when he is forced to drink from Avery Ferrand, a Blood Jewel. 

The Blood Jewel is enshrouded with mystery, but one fact is known. There’s never been blood more desirable or addicting than Avery’s and there are consequences for any vampire that drinks it...including Solomon Alexander. Although he adamantly denies his need to feed from her, Avery suspects he’s lying but she has secrets of her own about the night he drank from her. She wanted him to and now she finds herself being drawn to Solomon in a way she shouldn't. As Avery’s desire to be closer to Solomon grows, she finds herself considering something more dangerous than being found by the dangerous covens hunting her...asking Solomon if she can become his Blood Doll.

I think the cover is absolutely GORGEOUS! What about you?

Georgia resides in rural Mississippi with her wonderful husband, Jeff, and their two beautiful daughters. She spent thirteen years as a labor and delivery nurse before she decided to pursue her dream of becoming an author. 

Blood of Anteros, Book One in The Vampire Agápe Series, was her first novel and it was released in September 2011. She decided to briefly step away from the paranormal genre to try her hand at a young adult contemporary romance when she wrote Going Under, but returned to the paranormal romance platform to complete the second book in The Vampire Agápe Series, Blood Jewel.

Her current works in progress are Shallow (A Going Under Novel) which will release on September 27th and Blood Doll (The Vampire Agápe Series #3), to be released in January 2013.
Georgia Cates Links:
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Project ELE Excerpt & Giveaway

Today is SPECIAL! I have for you an excerpt from Rebecca and Courtney's newest novel Project ELE PLUS another giveaway!!! 

Who is ELE and can Willow survive her?
    Millions have already died, and thousands more are perishing daily. As a last ditch effort to preserve the human race, the government implements Project ELE and all remaining survivors are forced to turn to F.E.M.A. shelters to wait out ELE's wrath.
    Fifteen-year-old Willow Mosby's life, as she knows it, ends the moment she walks through the shelter's door.  With her family torn apart, Willow has to quickly adapt to the new challenges that shelter life demands.
    Soon after making an interesting discovery, Willow and her new friends start exhibiting strange abilities. With her friends in tow, she embarks on a mission to find out what these new abilities mean and whether they are a gift or a curse. What they don't know is just how dangerous their investigation has become because someone in the shelter wants to silence them forever.
 From the authors of Night Marchers comes a new apocalyptic series with a paranormal twist.

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Excerpt from Chapter 1 (six days in line)

Waiting in line totally bites! What's worse than waiting in line? Waiting in line, outside in the stifling heat with escalating temperatures. The only relief being a hand held battery operated fan and a portable misting machine that ran through our daily ration of water in less than two hours.
Beads of sweat drip down my face, causing my eyes to sting. My dad faces his fan so it hits the back of my neck. He always looks composed and collected, but even he isn't immune to this sweltering weather. His salt and pepper hair is plastered to his head with sweat and his usually vibrant green eyes show telltale signs of heat exhaustion.
"They could have at least left the patches up until we had a chance to apply for entry.  Maybe then the heat wouldn't be this stifling." Our neighbor in line, Mr. Leroy mumbles. The patches that cover the holes in the ozone layer is all everyone talks about lately. They are the only thing that keeps us all from burning to a crisp. Mr. Leroy is an elderly man with leathery skin, shiny grey hair and beady brown eyes. He walks around all day in only a pair of plaid boxers and a ‘wife beater’ undershirt. Some of the older women scoff at his choice of attire.  It doesn’t faze him though; he says that dying of heat stroke while waiting in line to see if you pass inspection would defeat the purpose entirely. While I may agree with Mr. Leroy on that part, I have to say that honestly, he gives me the heebie-jeebies. He wears a nasty frown twenty-four seven and always reeks of stinky old man sweat. My mom assures us that he's just a cranky old geezer with a thousand conspiracy theories and that he has nothing better to do other than share them with us. 
"You know Lee, they are doing the best they can. The virus is spreading at rapid speeds and they have no choice but to begin the heating process to stop it." My dad says this, not bothering to remove the annoyance from his voice.
"Is that why they let all of the rich ones in first?" Mr. Leroy asks with a cynical expression. "They've been in there for two weeks already and the rest of us 'lower class' just now got invited to the party."
I catch my dad rolling his eyes behind Mr. Leroy's back. It makes me grin, especially since he always gets onto me when I do it. My parents are none to happy to have Mr. Leroy behind us in line. Up until Mr. Leroy opened his mouth, my parents had done their best to shelter us from the impending doom that we were all facing. Mr. Leroy on the other hand, couldn't care less that we are 'merely' children as my mom would put it. He voices his distaste for this whole situation, which he deems completely the government’s fault, whenever he so feels like it. With him running his mouth non-stop, my parents had no choice but to tell me most everything. My four year old little brother, Sebastian, is too young to understand. At fifteen, I truly feel I can handle the truth. Well, at least I think I can. To be totally upfront, I'm scared to death, but I'm dealing with it the only way I know how: Pretend, I could care less. It's a hard facade to pull off though.
We've had a rather closed off life for the past few years, as have many children. With the fear of the virus looming over everyone's heads our parents had kept us inside our home for the most part. We had stopped going to a formal school by the time I was ten. Now we are home schooled online. Of course I never truly understood why we were forced to stay inside our small home all of the time.  
Millions have already died, with thousands more dying daily. The government was forced to implement Project ELE. Don't ask me who ELE is because I have no idea. I asked my dad once who she was, his expression went dark as he replied, "All you need to know is that you don't want to meet her." I didn't ask him again after that. After all, if ELE scares my dad, I'm sure she would terrify me.
With Project ELE in place we only have another seventy-two hours before the temperatures are predicted to increase above one hundred and seventy degrees, which will most likely kill the remaining survivors outside of the F.E.M.A. shelter. Our bodies are not meant to withstand that kind of heat, neither is the virus. Currently the temperature is at one hundred degrees and some of the people in line have already faded away because of it. Fading away from heat stroke seems like a more pleasant way to die than to experience the excruciating death caused by the virus. It's an eerie feeling watching people that have died being whisked away on a stretcher with a white sheet draped over their bodies.
This shelter is our only hope to survive this thing. All remaining power that wasn't diverted for Project ELE has been re-routed or conserved to run the few F.E.M.A. shelters across the country. The line to our shelter is running at a snail’s pace. There are so many tests stations to go through before people are permitted to enter the shelter where we will supposedly spend the next three years or until they can get the patches back up, whichever comes first.
Before you can enter the shelter they have to verify that you are not infected and that you are fit to survive. Mr. Leroy says repeatedly that this is not the place to bring the weak or weary and it's especially not the place to bring the sick.
This whole business started with the sick. A virus brought forth from a cure. They thought it would work, that it could heal everything. Cancer, diabetes, depression, the flu, even the common cold could be healed by 'The C.U.R.E.' or Counteractive Universal Recovery Elixir.   It did work for several years, until a super virus came along that not even our precious 'C.U.R.E.' could fix. My mom says that we weren't meant to live forever. Not that we could live forever even with the 'C.U.R.E..'  Meaning that we couldn't cheat death by curing everything the world suffered from.
The super virus killed off more than half of the world’s population. No country was safe from this air born virus; it only takes a measly few days to die once infected. In an attempt to kill off the super virus, the United Nations agreed to pull down the patches that they spent over a hundred years perfecting. Obviously I wasn't around when the patches first went up to cover the giant gaping holes in the ozone layer but I heard that it took a tremendous amount of energy and power to put them up in the first place. It is said that the entire world worked together back then and went for a full month without electricity of any sort in order to put the patches in place.  This is another reason why they are diverting all of the energy now and not allowing us to stay in our homes. They need that power to put the patches back up after the warming does its job. On a side note, the project for creating those patches a hundred years ago was also called Project ELE. It's kind of creepy if you ask me.
Scientists anticipate that with the patches gone it will cause a long-term heating of the earth's surface that will hopefully kill off the virus. They aren't sure if the plan will work, but obviously with the temperatures rising daily, it seems to be. They don't know what the long-term effects will be on the planet after they cause this heating, but the United Nations deemed the possible reward was worth the risk.
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My New Stars :)

All this time I knew my reviews were missing stuff and altogether they just looked no bueno...and then it occurred to me...it's because I don't have pretty stars! So I called up my friend Tabby from Insightful Minds Reviews and she hooked me up! 

Aren't they purrty! :D 

If you need designs done, you should definitely check Tabby out! She's Amazing :) You can find her design studio HERE


Interview with Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckels

I guess you could call this day 1 part 2 of the Night Marchers Indie Revolution Week!  I was so excited to share this with you I couldn't wait a whole day to share! I got to interview both Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckels!!! I hope y'all love it and don't forget to enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post!

1.Let's start with the basics!  Can y'all tell us a little bit about yourself?
            We have been best friends since the day we met at an Orchestra social in the sixth grade. (Yes, we are orch dorks and proud of it!) Ever since that eventful day we have been attached to each other's hip. Our mother's would say that we have a knack for finding trouble in the most boring of situations. Our many mad adventures together over the years has given us countless ideas to write about for years to come.
            Both of us have loving husbands at home, crazy children and adorable dogs who rule the house. We both hate awkward silences, wedgies, styrofoam and bad drivers. We love spending time with our family, attempting crazy crafts we found on Pinterest and finding new ways to get in trouble.
            We have a passion for reading and last year in June, we took that passion to new levels when we decided to co-author our first book together. By October 2011 we published Night Marchers. We followed it up with it's sequel: Redemption in February 2012 and our newest book: Project ELE was just released at the end of July 2012.
            Many people ask if we will continue to write together in the future and the answer to that is: Of Course! Why would we change a good thing?
2.I know y'all probably get this question ALL the time but I'm extremely curious How does the writing process work?  It seems like 2 people writing 1 book would be quite difficult.
            We could never imagine trying to write with any other person. You have to be brutally honest, accepting of criticism, able to compromise and comfortable with someone in order to create a whole new world with them. Because we've known each other for so many years and because we also think on similar wavelengths we work extremely well together.
            Here's how the process works: We usually either get together for coffee or have a Skype date where we hash out book ideas. Both of us come up with ridiculous ideas that the other laughs at until we finally come up with a solid plan for a new book. PS: That plan changes like a thousand times during the process of writing the novel. When writing the novel, we usually have one person start with a scene then they write until they are tired and pass it off to the other. Then the other would edit what was written, change or add whatever they think would work well and write a new scene or finish the scene where it was left off. It's a lot of back and forth but it's pretty cool because we usually come at it with fresh perspectives and rarely get writers block. If we come to a stand still for any reason, we jump on Skype and hash it out together.

3.How did y'all get started? What inspired you and who came to who about writing the book? 
            We both devour books like a hungry person would devour pancakes. We originally started turning our passion for reading into a hobby by running a book blog. (We weren't as good as all of y'all are at that but never the less we tried it.) Courtney was the first to come to me about the idea to write a novel. She wanted to take our passion for reading and try our hand in creating those amazing worlds you go to when you delve into a good book.
            When she asked me to write with her I was like, um, no. I didn't think there would be any way we could write anything like what we love to read. After several months of her asking me to try it out, I finally gave in. I figured it would be a fun hobby and worse case scenario, we would try it and get laughed at by the few friends we forced to read it. I had no idea I would love it as much as I did. Nor did I ever think that people would actually like our books! I thank Courtney often for harassing me until I gave in on this because now I can never imagine not writing.

4.For the last super serious "question" Can you both summarize the book in twitter speak (140 characters or less)
After a cataclysmic event, 15 yr old Willow has to adapt to a new life in a shelter. She finds new friends, new abilities and perhaps love.

5. Now for my favorite thing to ask is favorites
Favorite Color Courtney-Blue / Rebecca- Purple
Favorite Food Courtney- Crawfish / Rebecca- Chocolate
Favorite Season Courtney- Spring / Rebecca- Fall
Favorite Cereal Courtney- Cascadian Farms- French Vanilla Granola  / Rebecca- Lucky Charms
And most importantly Favorite Nail Polish Courtney- Revlon- Ocean Breeze / Rebecca- Esse- Exotic Liras (Only because I got it from a Lauren Kate book signing and she said it's the official color for her book Passion.)

Thank you Rebecca and Courtney for taking the time to answer these questions!  Now folks it's time for the Giveaway so ENTER!

e-copy of Redemption (book 2 in the Night Marchers series)
(Night Marchers is currently Free on Smashwords and Amazon)
AND a Night marchers bookmark
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Indie Revolution: Night Marchers Giveaway

Hey guys Indie Revolution is back!!! I'm all settled at college now and I'm bringing it back with some awesome!!! The amazing author duo that brought us Night Marchers has some cool stuff to share this week!  As always let's start out with an introduction and then later today I will post the awesome interview I had with Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckles.  Then tomorrow there will be a special giveaway along with their new novel Project ELE!

Add it to your Goodreads TBR
Summary: “NEVER, EVER lock eyes with a Night Marcher!” Everyone in Hawaii has heard this warning, except for seventeen-year-old Emma Townsend that is. For most Hawaiians know that looking into the eyes of Night Marcher can strike a curse that will end in death or eternal servitude.
Even though her father, who is a paranormal investigator, solely raised Emma, she has little experience in the realm of the supernatural. When she is forced to move with her father to Hawaii, only months before her graduation, Emma finds that her world as she knows it, is shaken when she starts seeing the unexplainable: fire balls in the distance, beating drums in the middle of nowhere and strangers who vanish into thin air. Then one day when she has a run in with a procession of Night Marchers, ancient Hawaiian spirits wandering from their burial grounds to their locations of battles past, Emma has no choice but to believe that the unbelievable does exist. 
Now Emma must go on the run with the help of a mysterious stranger, as they seek out how to free Emma from the curse of a Night Marcher, who will stop at nothing to get her soul. 

Author Info:

Rebecca and Courtney are downhome country girls powered by chocolate and other random late night cravings. Coined in southern twang they bring new meaning to the word y’all. BFI’s since the 6th grade, with a knack for getting into sticky situations, has resulted in countless ideas to write about for years to come. 

Our Links: 

For more information about our book check out our website at: www.nightmarchersbook.com.
Also, please visit our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/nightmarchers
NIGHT MARCHERS is currently FREE through Smashwords and Amazon.
REDEMPTION, the 2nd book in our Night Marcher’s series is available in all e-reader formats through Amazon, Smashwords, Barne’s and Noble and iBookStore. 
COMING SOON: The ELE Series by the Authors of the Night Marchers Series. (SUMMER 2012) http://www.eleseries.com and our Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/eleseries

Don't forget to come back tomorrow for the special Project ELE GIVEAWAY

e-copy of Redemption (book 2 in the Night Marchers series)
(Night Marchers is currently Free on Smashwords and Amazon)
AND a Night marchers bookmark
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Cover Reveal: Beyond the Veil by Quinn Loftis

Today we have the cover of Beyond the Veil (Book 5 in the Grey Wolves Series) by Quinn Loftis!!!! I haven't read this series, but I hear there AMAZING and I can't wait to start them!

Before we get to the cover here is the blurb :)

Though the Serbian pack has been brought to heel thanks to the downfall of their Alpha, the war is far from over.
Desdemona, a witch of unfathomable power, has escaped the wolves’ wrath, but she will not go quietly into the night. She takes refuge in a place where even the smallest sliver of light does not dare to enter. Though she had to flee, she has not given up on the treasure she wishes to acquire. Her depravity knows no bounds; she's even willing to search for the one who can assist her in opening a Veil that has not been opened in millennia – with good reason: the danger is incalculable.

Meanwhile, there are major changes rippling through the Romanian Grey wolves. Decebel has become Alpha to the Serbian pack in an effort to begin to unite the Canis lupis species. Their numbers are dwindling in the wake of the shortage of true mates and lack of offspring. The wolves are beginning to lose faith and darkness seems to be crashing in on them from all sides. But the winds of change are blowing, changes that will alter the future of not only the Canis lupis, but of another ancient race as well.
Amidst all of this, Sally is continuing to come to terms with her relationship with the playful, charming, flirty, unbelievably handsome bartender – who happens to be a member of the Romanian pack.
If all that weren’t enough, the Fates have decided to pay a little visit to Jen. It’s time to collect. She cheated the Fates of a life, her life. Now they want what they are due. The problem? It’s more than Jen is willing to pay.
Yes, the war is indeed far from over. Bargains will be struck, declarations will be made, sacrifices will be given, love will be tested, and trust will be questioned as evil makes its stand against them all.

I LOVE this cover!!! Actually I love the covers to all the books in this series!!! Let me know in the comments what you think and how much you love the Grey Wolf Series if you've read them!

Author Bio
Quinn is a 32 year old wife, mother, nurse, and writer, not necessarily in that order.  She lives in beautiful North West Arkansas with her husband, son and Nora their Doberman pinscher. She loves writing, reading, and crocheting. Her favorite holiday is Christmas, favorite book(s) is Pride and Prejudice, The Alpha and Omega Series by Patricia Briggs, and the Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling. She loves to be silly and have fun, loves music and thinks there is no greater sound in the world than that of her little boy's laughter.  



Indie Read-A-Thon: Donations so far...come sign-up

Hey everyone! I thought I would share with you what you could win at the read-a-thon! You must be signed-up to win these prizes so what are you waiting for? fill out the form

If you need a little bit more convincing or you just want to get really excited about what you could win on the read-a-thon here is what we have so far!

Robynn Sheahan-books and posters
Chelsea Cameron- ebooks and bookmarks
Monique- ebook of Mr. Right and Other Mongrels
Addison Moore- Ecopy of Celestra 1-6 and Ephemeral 
Laura Vosika- signed copy of Blue Bells of Scotland
Liz Grace Davis- 2 eBook copies of Tangi's Teardrops
Jillian Eaton- Ecopy of Ever and Pitch
Dale Ibitz- Ecopies of Fire in the Blood
Samantha Adams- Ebook copy of Immortal Prophecy 
Nancy Straight- ecopies of Blood Debt
Suzanne van Rooyen- ecopy of Dragon's Teeth
Marysue Hobika- goody bags
Shannon McCrimmon- signed copy and ecopy of The Summer I Learned to Dive
Misty Provencher- ecopy of Cornerstone
Jennifer H. Westall- ecopies of Love's Providence
A.M. Hargrove- Ecopies of Resurrection and Determinant AND a $10 Amazon Gift Card
Taryn Browning- a signed uncorrected proof of Dark Seeker, e-copies of Whispering Hills and Emanare, and 2 signed bookmarks
Cyndi Tefft-Ebook copy of Between
Lee Zamloch-ebook of Catch the Sun
Lorhainne Eckhart-ebook copy of The Choice, Lost and Found, and The Forgotten Child
Deanna Nowadnick- Fruit of My Spirit: 3 books and 3 ebooks
Jessie Harrell-Destined swag - an ebook copy of the novel, signed bookmark, and button
Laura Eno- ecopy of My Enchanted Life and Immortal Desires
Mary Castillo- 5 ARCs of Lost in Light
Carolyn Brown- ecopies of He Came for Me
Debbie A. Heaton- copy of The Haunting of Wolfe Haven
Hillary Peak- paperback or ecopy of Wings of Hope
Annalise Grey- ecopies of Howl and After Dark
Shaunda Wenger
Amber Garr- Ecopy of the Syrenka Series
Camelia Miron Skiba- ecopies of Hidden Heart, A World Apart, and It's a Love Thing
Melanie Rose- signed copy of Ashford AND Violet Shadows
Reena Jacobs- books and SWAG
Carrie Ardoin- Winner's Choice- 2 books from Smashwords
Katie M. John- ecopies of the Knight Trilogy plus awesome SWAG
Heather Self-Ebook copy and signed copy of The One

A big THANK YOU to all the authors that have donated so far! We REALLY appreciate it! 
Authors, we are still looking for donations! We would love anything you can give! Also if you have given something and your name isn't on here let me know!