Posts By: Kate

Early Review: Roses and Rot by Kat Howard

Early Review: Roses and Rot by Kat Howard

May 16, 2016 Review 0 ★★★★

Extremely compelling, ROSES AND ROT is a book that grabbed me from the first few pages and didn’t let go. This is a book that kept me up late, that I read in one sitting. It simultaneously drags the reader to keep turning the pages but also manages to feel like a languid, meandering walk that you wish could last forever.

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Winner: Shadow Rites

Winner: Shadow Rites

April 16, 2016 Winner 1

Thank you all for entering the giveaway to win SHADOW RITES! The winner is… Larisa L. Larisa won the giveaway on another site, so I’ve picked a new winner, Ro M.! a Rafflecopter giveaway Congratulations! We’ll be emailing you soon. Please respond with your address within 48 hours or a new winner will be drawn. Didn’t win? Buy your own copy of SHADOW RITES     

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Review: Conspiracy Boy (Angel Academy #2) by Cecily White

Review: Conspiracy Boy (Angel Academy #2) by Cecily White

April 14, 2016 Review 0 ★★★

CONSPIRACY BOY is not the most amazing, most original young adult paranormal novel you’ll ever read. However, if you don’t go in expecting the next big thing, you’re going to be extremely satisfied. It’s a fun, action-filled read. And while White doesn’t break any molds, she definitely makes things interesting.

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Excerpt & Giveaway: SHADOW RIGHTS Excerpt & win SHADOW RIGHTS

Excerpt & Giveaway: SHADOW RIGHTS Excerpt & win SHADOW RIGHTS

April 8, 2016 Giveaways, Guests 47

A big welcome to Faith Hunter who is here with an excerpt from SHADOW RIGHTS and celebrating the release of SHADOW RIGHTS, Jane Yellowrock #10 (published on April 5, 2016 by Roc). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below.   My left palm burned, agony detonating up my arm as I moved. Gee’s eyes blazed unusually blue, the color of the cloudless sky in the east, as the sun set in the west. Blue, blue, achingly blue. I heard the clang of his right blade hitting the floor. In the same moment I felt the piercing burn under my right arm…. Read more »

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Guest Blog: Yolanda Sfetsos on Writing a Spin-Off

Guest Blog: Yolanda Sfetsos on Writing a Spin-Off

March 31, 2016 Guests 0

A big welcome to Yolanda Sfetsos who is here to telling us about writing a spin-off and celebrating the release of Hell of a Ride, Elsewhere #1 (published on March 29, 2016 by Samhain Publishing). Writing a Spin-Off by Yolanda Sfetsos Hi there! I want to thank All Things Urban Fantasy for helping me celebrate the release of my latest urban fantasy book. I always love stopping by. 🙂 Even before the fifth and final book in my Sierra Fox series was released, I had plans for two spin-off books. There were several characters that just wouldn’t stop whispering in my ear. They kept… Read more »

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Winner: The Brotherhood of the Wheel by R. S. Belcher

Winner: The Brotherhood of the Wheel by R. S. Belcher

March 23, 2016 Winner 1

Thank you all for entering the giveaway to win THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE WHEEL by R. S. Belcher! The winner is… Nicole a Rafflecopter giveaway Congratulations! We’ll be emailing you soon. Please respond with your address within 48 hours or a new winner will be drawn.    Available on March 1, 2016 by Tor Description: A unique new urban fantasy by the author of The Six-Gun Tarot, exploring the haunted byways and truck stops of the U.S. Interstate Highway System. In 1119 A.D., a group of nine crusaders became known as the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple… Read more »

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5bat! Review: Marked in Flesh (The Others #4) by Anne Bishop

5bat! Review: Marked in Flesh (The Others #4) by Anne Bishop

March 18, 2016 Review 0 ★★★★★

MARKED IN FLESH was not exactly what I expected, but it was everything I didn’t know I wanted. I cannot recommend this series enough, and I cannot over-emphasize how wonderful all the books are. This is definitely one where it is worth it to start at the beginning. As book four in The Others series, MARKED IN FLESH rewards readers of the series with storylines and little vignettes here and there that may not mean as much if you haven’t read earlier books.

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