Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): Lore of Fei’s Kathleen S. Allen on faeries… do you believe?
ARE FAERIES REAL?
In 1917 the world was at war and the Industrial Revolution was marching us forward. Two English girls from Cottingley, in West Yorkshire, England Elsie Wright, age 16 and her cousin, Frances Griffiths, age 10 borrowed the camera that belonged to Elsie’s father and took photographs of faeries. They took a series of five photos, and had several published. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930), the author of Sherlock Holmes who was also a spiritualist saw the photos and, along with his good friend, Harry Houdini (1874-1926), a famous magician set out to prove if the photos were real or not. Houdini was skeptical but Doyle believed the photos were real. For many years it [...]
June 10, 2012
Review: Divinely Ruined (Divine Temptations #1) by Diane Alberts
Rebecca's sucky life made it easy to accept the proposal to become an angel. Unfortunately she is not quite angelic material. Charged with saving Tony Weis’ soul in order to earn her wings, she rushes head first into the single father’s life. If only she stops using the f-word, and manages to keep from falling for Tony, then maybe she’ll finally earn those elusive wings. Divinely Ruined is a GraveTells Must Read!
June 3, 2012
Review: Everlong (Daughters of Askara #1) by Hailey Edwards
A princess in a cruel monarchy, Madelyn’s life is anything but perfect – until her guardian sacrificed his life to hide her and her half-sister in a realm full of opportunities. Years later, Maddie’s been living in a colony of humans and escaped slaves as her guardian’s widow, only to suddenly discover that he had a great many secrets, including a brother. Meeting Clayton opens Maddie's eyes to things she never dared imagine – just as news arrives that her “mate” may yet be alive, forcing her to make the choice between the man she always thought she knew and loved and the demon aching to lend her his wings. GraveTells calls this a must-read!
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