Indie-Pendence Week Giveaway (US/Int): All good things… end with prizes!
What a fantastic week this has been!! When I was originally brainstorming the idea for this event with Buffy and Kari, we weren't sure we were going to have a lot of participation, but we were excited about the idea and decided to go through with it because we all really support Indie authors and wanted to help create positive momentum for self-pub and small presses. The participation level, from blogs in the hop to readers commenting to guest authors lending us their time and brainz, has just been tremendous and I'm so glad you've all enjoyed the event so much.
July 2, 2012
Review: Alaskan Fire (Guardians of the First Realm #1) by Sara King
Blaze, a 6'4" flame-haired woman with a mysterious past and a passion for reclaiming our food supply from the clutches of big corporations who care more bout how long a food will last in transit than how healthy it is, buys a lodge in the Alaskan bush hoping to start her own business. With very few choices in knowledgeable, skilled natives to hire, Blaze's pretty much stuck with Jack, whether she likes him or not, even after he reveals his beastly nature. But neither Jack nor Blaze is what they seem, and a whole host of otherworldly problems are about to snow them under. When every choice you make affects whether you live or die, who do you trust? Alaskan Fire is a must-read!
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