Monday, August 25, 2014

Necromancer release and Shelfie Blog Hop

Blurb:  A primeval fiend is loose in the ancient metropolis of Malkandrah, intent on burning it to a wasteland. The city’s leaders stand idly by and the sorcerers that once protected the people are long gone.

Maldren, a young necromancer, is the only person brave enough to stand against the creature. Instead of help from the Masters of his Guild, he is given a new apprentice. Why now, and why a girl? As they unravel the clues to defeating the fiend, they discover a secret society holding the future of the city in its grip. After betrayals and attempts on his life, Maldren has reason to suspect everyone he thought a friend, even the girl.

His last hope lies in an alliance with a depraved and murderous ghost, but how can he trust it? Its sinister past is intertwined in the lives of everyone he holds dear. Can only evil defeat evil?

Where to Buy:
Amazon Kindle: USA | UK | B&N Nook | Apple iBook | Kobo
Paperback: USA | UK

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 When: From Now until October 6th, 2014

What: Take a picture of your favorite book(s), your bookshelves, or you with your favorite book(s). We understand if you're shy and don't want to be in the picture, but you get bonus points if you are. Then share it on your blog, Facebook, or Twitter. It's as quick and easy as that!


I'm excited to co-host this blog hop with seven amazing authors: Tara Tyler, Heather Gardner, CD Coffelt, M.J. Fifield, Elizabeth Seckman, Rena Rocford, and Vikki Biram. We'll be offering prizes for various categories. The grand prize winner will win $40! I'll be giving away a digital copy of The 13th Floor Complete Collection for the geekiest Shelfie.

What is geeky? Well, how about a Shelfie of your gaming books. This is only one of our shelves in our house. All our shelves are over-stuffed like that!


Make sure to include the links to all your Shelfies,
and you could win one of these awesome prizes!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

18 comments:

  1. Necromancer has such a stunning cover, and seems to have such an intense plot, too!

    Also, what a fun blog hop! I'll have to see if I can put something together for this...and if my lack of photography skills don't get in the way, haha.

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  2. Love the Necromancer cover. And sounds like a fun blog hop.

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  3. That blog hop sounds like fun!

    Have a great Monday. ☺

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  4. Mini-Alex will have to do that Shelfie hop!

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  5. Huzzah to Graeme, and Idea City will post again on his book asap! Ha, what a fun idea for the Shelfie fest. I just saw a program on some guy who took up to 200 selfies a day, until he went nuts. Turned out he had body dysmorphia... strange, eh? So, no more than 5 selfies a day per person to keep the doctor away. But shelfies, well, that's another matter. :)

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  6. Hi all! Thanks for stopping in today. I hope to see lots of fun Shelfies soon. :)

    Catherine, wow. That's scary! I try not to point any camera in my direction at all!

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  7. sounds like a great scary book!

    and yay for the shelfie!!

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  8. Great cover! I love that sweeping cloak. And Shelfie sounds like an fun blog hop, I might have to check that out!

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  9. What an awesome cover, and the book sounds amazing.

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  10. Hi Christine .. a shelfie selfie sounds ok! Necromancer has lots of twists and turns in its plot ...

    Cheers Hilary

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  11. Fabulous idea for a blog hop. I've just posted mine on blogger!

    Ellie Garratt

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  12. My arms never seem to be long enough for those selfies! I either cut off the top of my head or chin, so the best I can get is a shot of my eyes and nose. Not my best look. :-)

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  13. Thanks all for your kind comments about my book. I hope you all get a chance to read it. Thanks Christine, and I'll post a shelfie soon.

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  14. I'm like Lee...I've never mastered the selfie, but I am going to try!

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  15. I've seen this bloghop advertised in quite a few places...
    I've never tried a selfie never mind a shelfie...

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  16. I'm seeing this everywhere! Shelfies always remind me that a real bookshelf is sorely missing from my house. All my books are on my Kindle.

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