Corr Syl the warrior – Garry Rogers

Rating: ★★★★
Three Words: Action, adventure, thrilling.
Age Recommendation: Whenever, it’s perfect for those looking for thrill, no matter if your 9 or 99.

My Review:

About the book and it’s amazing author-

Corr Syl
Book Synopsis
The adventure takes place on an Earth on which intelligence evolved long before humans appeared. When conflict flares between humans and the ancient multi-species Tsaeb civilization, the Tsaeb send a young warrior named Corr Syl to investigate and recommend a response.
To this point in his life, Corr Syl’s only responsibility has been to obey his parents and his warrior trainer. But now he is becoming interested in the beautiful but aloof Rhya Bright, and he is getting assignments form his local district council. When he begins to investigate the human conflict, he learns that spies have infiltrated his district, and he realizes that many lives are in danger. He catches a glimpse of something truly evil, and with no time to spare, recommends a plan that will end the immediate dangers, but that might start a war.
The district council sends Rhya Bright with Corr. Corr and Rhya work together on the plan and become very close. When the Tsaeb apply the plan, they trigger a simmering hatred that unleashes a massive global strike against the Tsaeb.

AUTHOR (who is simply talented)
Garry Rogers
Garry Rogers

Who is he????? Bio:
Dr. Garry Rogers has a PhD in Physical Geography. He taught university courses in climatology, ecology, environmental science, geomorphology, and soils, and conducted research on landscape change in the deserts of the western U. S. and on the Atlantic coastal plain. His books, articles, and blog posts focus on environmental problems. Nature conservation is the underlying theme for his debut novel, “Corr Syl the Warrior.”

Looking like an amazing book isn’t it? Well you can buy it in stores or using these links. Trying to make up your mind? You won’t regret reading this fantastic piece of literature… Just go ahead.
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“A beautifully written YA novel that will captivate environmentalists and sci-fi fans of all ages.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)


Spotlight: Sedona Book Tour

Guess what?
As a very special surprise, we have a very special giveaway for you all. And it’s free.
You have a high chance of winning a prize, as there are four.
Grand Prize (1): signed print copies of all three books + $25 Amazon gift card
First prize (1): ebook copies of all three books + $25 Amazon gift card
Second prizes (2): ebook copies of all three books + $10 Amazon gift card
Third prizes (3): ebook copies of all three books
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What are the books about????

Book One, Bad Vibrations:
Bad Vibrations


When a troubled client visits psychic Persephone O’Brien, the last thing she thinks is that she’s about to be drawn into a far-reaching conspiracy that will change her life forever. Accompanied by a distractingly attractive ufologist—and with a little help from an unlikely group of UFO enthusiasts—she races to stop the alien plot before it’s too late.

Moving from the bright lights of Los Angeles to the red rocks of Sedona, Bad Vibrations takes the reader on a wild ride that never lets up until its unforgettable climax.

Book Two, Desert Hearts:
Desert Hearts


Falling for one man when you’re in love with someone else must be the quickest way to complicate your life…

A stranger staggers out of the desert and collapses in Kara Swenson’s Sedona home. He pleads for help, and despite her better judgment, Kara takes him in, gives him shelter and a place to stay. She doesn’t anticipate the dangerous attraction she begins to feel for him — after all, she’s been secretly in love with Lance Rinehart for more years than she cares to admit. Kara, who owns a UFO-themed shop and gives UFO tours in the desert outside town, thinks she’s seen it all. But when the shocking truth of the stranger’s identity is revealed, she finds herself having to make a terrible choice.
Book Trailer (it’s awesome):

Book Three, Angel Fire:
Angel Fire


As winter closes in on Kirsten Swenson’s hometown of Sedona, Arizona, and the world moves toward the solstice, strange forces begin to converge on the quiet desert city, seeking to bring about the destruction of everything she knows and loves.

Desperate to save her friends and family, Kirsten accepts the assistance of Martin Jones, a mysterious Man in Black who turns out to be far more than he seems. He helps to awaken the powers that have lain dormant within her…and also compels her to expose the shocking secrets buried in her past. But Kirsten soon learns that giving her heart might not be enough, and that the confrontation with the alien forces may demand her to make the ultimate sacrifice.

Now to meet the amazingly talented author, Christine Pope:
Her Bio:
A native of Southern California, Christine Pope has been writing stories ever since she commandeered her family’s Smith-Corona typewriter back in the sixth grade. Her short fiction has appeared in Astonishing Adventures, Luna Station Quarterly, and the journal of dark fiction, Dark Valentine. Two of her short stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
Her first published novel was Fringe Benefits, a contemporary romance released by Pink Petal Books in April 2010. Next up was a paranormal novella, Playing With Fire, which was published in August 2010. In December 2010, Sympathy for the Devil, a paranormal romance novel, was released.
In 2011, Ms. Pope decided to strike out on her own as a self-published author, giving herself more freedom to explore a variety of genres. Her first self-published work, Breath of Life (June 2011), is a novella that takes the classic Beauty and the Beast story and sets it in a far-future Gaian (Earth) colony where the “beauty” is a colonist’s daughter and the “beast” her family’s alien neighbor. That book was quickly followed by Bad Vibrations (July 2011), a fast-paced but lighthearted paranormal romantic suspense novel with alien conspiracies, government cover-ups, and a hunky ufologist hero.
Releases for 2012 included No Return, a contemporary retelling of the Phantom of the Opera story; Heart of Gold, a steampunk adventure romance; Blood Will Tell, a space opera/science fiction romance set in the same universe as Breath of Life; All Fall Down, the first of the Tales of the Latter Kingdoms series; and Dragon Rose, the second book in the Latter Kingdom series. Her release schedule for 2013 is just as full, with a follow-up to Bad Vibrations in January and the final book of the trilogy in July, Binding Spell (Book 3 in the Latter Kingdoms series) in March, and then the third book in the Gaian Consortium series (The Gaia Gambit) and the fourth in the Latter Kingdoms series (Ashes of Roses) due out in the second half of the year.
Christine Pope writes as the mood takes her, and her work encompasses paranormal romance, fantasy, horror, science fiction, and historical romance. She blames this on being easily distracted by bright, shiny objects, which could also account for the size of her shoe collection. After spending many years in the magazine publishing industry, she now works as a freelance editor and graphic designer in addition to writing fiction. She fell in love with Sedona, Arizona, while researching the Sedona Trilogy and now makes her home there, surrounded by the red rocks. No alien sightings, though…not yet, anyway!
I want to welcome Christine to this book blog, and say what a wonderful book you have written, well done.
Didn’t win a prize? That’s fine, you can still read the book. You can buy it in stores.
Thanks Christine.

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Confessions of a Shopaholic – Sophie Kinsella

Three words: Witty, hilarious and funny.
Age recommendation: Over 13. Unless mature. I think this book is for any age but not below 13.

Meet Rebecca Bloomwood.

She’s a journalist. She spends her working life telling others how to manage their money.
She spends her leisure time … shopping.

Retail therapy is the answer to all her problems. She knows she should stop, but she can’t. She tries Cutting Back, she tries Making More Money. But neither seems to work. The stories she concocts become more and more fantastic as she tries to untangle her increasingly dire financial difficulties. Her only comfort is to buy herself something – just a little something…

Can Becky ever escape from this dream world, find true love, and regain the use of her Switch card?

My review:
Ok. Don’t panic. Let’s get started. I took the ride of this book, and now I’m like a little kid who doesn’t want to get off. This series is amazing. It’s funny, witty, hilarious and it really makes you *almost* cry at times.
I don’t know how else to say it, get the book and read it.
It’s that kind of book that you simply can’t put down, and the only bad thing about it is that it has to end somewhere.
Well, my advice… Just get the book and see for yourself what a nut Becky is.

Awakening Cover Reveal

Today is a special day for us all, it’s the grand cover reveal for the magnificent book, Awakening.

Awakening: Book One of The Geis by Christy Dorrity
Publication date: September 24th 2013
Genre: YA Fantasy

. . .because some Celtic stories won’t be contained in myth.

A little magic has always run in sixteen-year-old McKayla McCleery’s family—at least that’s what she’s been told. McKayla’s eccentric Aunt Avril travels the world as a clairvoyant for the FBI, and her mother can make amazing delicacies out of the most basic of ingredients. But McKayla doesn’t think for a second that the magic is real—it’s just good storytelling. Besides, McKayla doesn’t need magic. She just moved to beautiful Star Valley, Wyoming, and already she has an amazing best friend, a solo in her upcoming ballet recital, and the gorgeous guy in her physics class keeps looking her way.

When an unexpected fascination with Irish dance leads McKayla to seek instruction from the mute, crippled, janitor at her high school, she learns that her family is not the only one with unexplained abilities.

After Aunt Avril comes to the valley in pursuit of the supernatural killer that she has been chasing her entire career, people in the valley begin disappearing, and the lives of those McKayla holds most dear are threatened. When an ancient curse, known as a geis, awakens powers that defy explanation, McKayla is forced to come to terms with what is real and what is fantasy.

A thrilling first novel, Awakening is a gripping contemporary fantasy rife with magic, romance, and mystery.

And here it is, the amazing cover…(drum roll)
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All about Christy Dorrity(the author):
Christy Dorrity
Christy Dorrity lives in the mountains with her husband, five children, and a cocker spaniel. She grew up on a trout ranch in Star Valley, Wyoming, and is the author of The Book Blogger’s Cookbooks. Christy is a champion Irish dancer and when she’s not reading or writing, she’s probably trying out a new recipe in the kitchen.

Tone Deaf, Cover Reveal!

Title: Tone Deaf
Genre: New Adult Romance
Age Group: 16+
Release Date: November 4th, 2013

His world is music…
…Her world is silent.
Ali Blinde was a prodigy destined to become one of the greatest musicians of the 21st century.
Until the brain tumor struck.
Now seventeen, Ali lives in a soundless world where she gets by with ASL and lip-reading. So when she meets Jace Beckett, she thinks he’s her worst nightmare come true. Jace is the lead singer in the wildly-popular band, Tone Deaf, and he’s exactly the kind of success-story Ali hates and resents.
Nineteen-year-old Jace has it all: fame, money, and any girl he wants. Every night on tour brings a new performance and a new girl, which is just what he needs to avoid the pain of relationships.
But when Jace learns Ali is being abused, he reluctantly proposes a solution: Run away with him and his band as they tour the country. With freedom in sight, Ali takes the offer. Immediately, she’s swept into a world filled with wild punk music, wilder musicians, and maybe—just maybe—love.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR (Olivia Rivers)
Olivia Rivers
Olivia Rivers is the author of six novels, ranging in genres from Epic Fantasy to Contemporary Romance. Along with being a writer, she’s a freelance digital artist, a literary agent assistant, and a high school student. She’s a nerd at heart, and is a hopeless fan-girl for Doctor Who and Arrested Development. Olivia lives in California with a dog who thinks he’s a cat, a cat who thinks he’s a dog, and a kitten who is just generally confused.

Now for the best part, the cover reveal…..
Here it is, the amazing new cover for the beautiful book, Tone Deaf…
(Drum roll)
Tone Deaf


Hello all readers,
I am proud to announce that we have a book blog tour coming to this blog in August!
As a one off special surprise for you all, I have decided that if you share this blog (using the button I am creating now) you get to ask the author of Sedona (Christine Pope) an interview question of you choice.
Don’t have a blog/website? That is totally ok!!! Just contact me and I’ll arrange something, I don’t want any of you to miss out.
What is a blog tour? Have you ever walked past a book shop, and there has been an author in there, signing books or answering interview questions? Yes? That’s a book tour, but since this blog is not a physical place, the author visits the blog instead.
I am very happy that we get Christine Pope visiting this blog, and I want you to make the most of it too. Enjoy it, have fun!
Any more questions can be answered on my contact page, I am happy to reply to inquiries of any sort.

Haven’t read Sedona? Get it now in paper book format at you local book store, or simply on an eBook store.

Remember to subscribe to this book blog so I can organise lots and lots of book tours.
I would also like to thank Sage’s blog tours for organising this. Here is the link for the website:

Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins

Rating: ★★★★
Three words: Exciting, sad, breath-taking.
Age Recommendation: 12/13 to 35. You can probably notice that the age recommendation keeps rising through the trilogy, that is because as the trilogy continues, the story line gets harder, and harder to pick out.

My review: Only 4 stars. Why? SPOILER AHEAD. SKIP TO NEXT PARAGRAPH IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE BOOK! Because there is no actual hunger games in Mockingjay, the action level is low, therefore brings my star rating down. I love the part where Katniss defies even the rebels, and shoots Coin.
Books never make me cry, but Suzanne Collins has just broken a record. Her swift writing triggered my tears. Well done Suzanne.