Sep 30, 2016

Release Day Blitz w/ Giveaway!: The Panther Moon by Beth Trissel

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We are so excited to bring you the release of THE PANTHER MOON, the third installment of The Secret Warrior Series by Beth Trissel. The Panther Moon continues on the story of our endearing heroine Morgan Daniel as she embarks on another adventure in this thrilling and action-packed novel guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seats.
The Panther Moon is available now at:
Amazon (Kindle) | Barnes & Noble (Nook).
Note: For a better and more enjoyable reading experience, it is highly recommended to read the first two books of The Secret Warrior Series first.  Details below.
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About The Panther Moon

Series: The Secret Warrior, Book 3
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy Romance, Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
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Being the seventh Morcant has its perks: Morgan is learning to fly and wield magical blue fire.
But the coyote shifters are growing bolder. Mateo and his panthers seem impossible to defeat. And vampires aren't real – are they?
When the elusive and enigmatic Chief Okema disappears and the wards protecting the Wapicoli territory falter, Morgan and Jackson are forced into the role of leaders. Badly outnumbered and outgunned, do they have time to search for the secret of the Divining Tree, and will it help them in the final battle?
For a better and more enjoyable reading experience, it is highly recommended to first read The Hunter's Moon and Curse of the Moon, books one and  two of the Secret Warrior Series respectively.
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The Panther Moon is now on sale! Available at:
Amazon (Kindle) | Barnes & Noble (Nook)
Join The Panther Moon giveaway contest from Sep 30 - Oct 2, 2016!
Get a chance to win
all three books of The Secret Warrior's Series
plus a $10 Amazon Gift Card!
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Other Books in The Secret Warrior Series

Don't miss the first two books of The Secret Warrior Series by Beth Trissel! Available now.
Note: For a better and more enjoyable reading experience, it is highly recommended to read books one and two of the Secret Warrior Series first.
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The Hunter's Moon
The Secret Warrior Series, Book 1
Seventeen-year-old Morgan Daniel has been in the witness protection program most of her life. But The Panteras have caught up with her and her younger brother. Her car is totaled, she's hurt, and the street gang is closing in when wolves with glowing eyes appear out of nowhere and chase away the killers.
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Curse of the Moon
The Secret Warrior Series, Book 2
The bad news? Morgan Daniel’s wolf is out of control. The good news? There’s a treatment. She just has to get a potion from a lizard shifter witch—without looking into the witch’s eyes. Easy, right?

About The Author

Married to my high school sweetheart, I live on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with my human family and furbabies. An avid gardener, my love of herbs and heirloom plants figures into my work. The rich history of Virginia, the Native Americans, and the people who journeyed here from far beyond her borders are at the heart of my inspiration. I'm especially drawn to colonial America and the drama of the American Revolution. In addition to historical romance, I also write time travel, paranormal, YA/NA fantasy romance, and non-fiction.
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Sep 29, 2016

Monthly Re-Cap: September 2016

Hello Readers, Bloggers, and Awesome people! 

IT'S AUTUMN! [πŸ‚throws 🍁leavesπŸ‚ and spins🍁]

So this month (again) was super busy but I got a lot of reading done and I am so excited about it. This month we went camping, went to the New York Renaissance Faire, completed the Great Vermont Corn Maze, and now (as you read this) we are in  Virginia for a wedding weekend and visiting family πŸ˜€

I am going to have a long October TBR and I am trying to keep it spooky for the πŸ‘» Halloween season πŸŽƒ and a few of them are from local (VT/NH) authors and love supporting them.  I hope you had a wonderful start to your Autumn. Link me up to your re-caps, book piles, etc and I will stop by and say hello when I return from VA.

Link me up in the comments section! 


     ~~Books Read in September~~     

  Cat vs Human Fairy Tails   Monstress #1   Monstress #2   Monstress #3 
Harley Quinn (2016-) #3     Dancing in the Rain   The Lost Twin (Scarlet and Ivy #1)   Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys (2016-) #5  The Underdogs  Just Juliet   Harley Quinn (2016-) #4   Light

How did I do on my September TBR?
πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰I read 4 out of the 4 books I wanted to read! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰
Plus an extra one that I wanted to read in Sept but didn't add to my TBR (like I should have)

~~Links to Some Reviews~~

      ~~ Sept. Reviews From Books Read in August ~~  
      ~~ Reviews Coming in October ~~   
      • Just Juliet by Charlotte Reagan (YA) - 4 stars 
      • Light by Rob Cham (GN) - 5 stars 

          Sep 28, 2016

          Blog Ahead 2016: Planning List

          Blog Ahead 2016-Oct


          A challenge hosted by herding cats and burning soup.

          Here are some details...

          Purpose: Increase the number of scheduled blog posts you have ready to publish by 30 posts during the month of October. (You can set your own goal). 
          Ex. If you have 1 post already scheduled at the start (Oct. 1) then you would need 31 by the end of the month to get to your 30... if you have 5 - you would need 35.
          Who Can Join: Anyone with a blog…topic/genre doesn't matter.

          So here are my goals for Blog Ahead

          On October 1st I am starting with 0 I hope to complete 30 posts that will include the following + some others:
          • Waiting on Wednesday Posts (for 4 weeks worth
          • November TBR Post (11/1) 
          • Spotlight: Watcher/ Firebird (11/7)
          • Ho Ho Ho Read-a-thon Goals Post (11/8
          • Release Blast: Doubles (11/16)
          • Discussion Posts x 4 (11/4, 12/8, 1/9, ??)
          • Thanksgiving Post (11/24)
          • December TBR Post (12/1)
          • Happy Holidays Post (12/2)
          • Merry Christmas Post (12/25) 
          • Happy New Year Post (12/31)
          • Holiday Giveaway (11/28)
          • ...more to come  
          I will be tracking my progress as I go with strike through here...

          Wish me luck!

          Sep 27, 2016

          Recent Reads: Rebirth Harley Quinn #4 by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti

          Harley Quinn (2016-) #4Harley Quinn: I08 Million Ways to Die by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti
          Series: DC Universe Rebirth, Harley Quinn #4
          Publication Date:  

          Format:  Comic
          Source: Bought



          Goodreads Synopsis: 
          Even though she hates to leave Coney Island as it rebuilds after the zombie apocalypse, Harley must set out on a journey that will take her around the world-and into the clutches of a bizarre robotic enemy! Too bad her Mecha-Harley suit didn’t fit in the overhead bin…
          Oh Harley... this book was a nice move out of the zombies and into the next story in the series. Harley realizes that there are still phone banks calling and ripping off old people and she is not having it. She enlists some of her gang to help her fight back and as is the case most of the time -it gets violent. 

          I think that in this installment of Harley was actually more violent than normal - I know that Harley isn't above killing people but this time it was pretty graphic and very dramatic. I liked this transition. After the craziness that was the alien/ zombie hot dog issues this was as smooth as a transition could be.  Harley is still crazy funny and I am curious to see where this story-line leads us.


          Sep 25, 2016

          Building the Book Pile #204

          Welcome to Building the Book Pile!  A Weekly meme inspired by Stacking the Shelves

          Hello Readers, Bloggers, and Awesome people! 

          Still getting the reading on but a little slower than last week. I have been trying to comment back to people here on my blog and I have been reading more of other people's posts lately too. I have been slacking on that a lot in general for the past few months.
          I have also been spending some time coming up with  my to do list for the wonderful Blog Ahead challenge which runs in October and since I will be traveling Sept. 28-Oct. 3rd I really needed to set myself up for it.
          In terms of life, this week was a rough one.  I had a few really upsetting emotional days and it was just hard to come out of that depressive slump - reading is still making me feel like my normal self though so I am going for it :) and yesterday I had a blast with some friends at the Great Vermont Corn Maze! 
          Hope you all had a wonderful week. 

            Giveaways on Cover2CoverBlog!

          Coming Soon... 

          Coming up on the Blog...

           Recent Reads: DC Rebirth Harley Quinn #4 by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti (Comic)
          Blog Ahead To Do List
          September 2016 Monthly Re-Cap
          Release Day Blitz: Panther Moon by Beth Trissel (YA)  

          Blog Ahead Begins on Saturday... 

          Books Received this Week  

          Curse of the Boggin (The Library, #1)   Stolen Away  Dead Girls Society
          Stolen Away by Kristin Dearborn from the Author in exchange for review
          Dead Girls Society by Michelle Krys from Netgalley and Random House Children's for review 

          (NEW!) The interwebs this week...

          8 Things Bloggers Don't Have To Do from The Geeky Shopaholic- this was a good one, if you are feeling pressured by blogging definitely give it a read. 

          Holly over at The Fox's Hideaway talks about how 3 is her magic number - authors get three tries to pull her in  - do you have a number or do you just keep going for it?

          Have you missed anything lately?

          Week of September 18 - September 23

          Comment and leave me a link to your Round-up/ STS/ Weekly...anything, post and I will happily stop by and say hello!
          Happy Reading!