Monday, March 25, 2013

Fairy Tale Giveaway Hop - Lots of winners!!

I'm so excited about this giveaway!!!

Coming from the publisher, WordCrafts, I bring you two eCopies of each of three giveaways!! It's a party!!


There are three entry forms below... and there will be two winners chosen for each giveaway:



The Awakening of Leeowyn Blake
by Mary Parker


I’m a normal teenager. I have a normal teenage life with normal teenage problems. The summer is my heaven. I live with my mom during the summer months. We stay in her tiny condo in Jacksonville, Florida. My parents split up when I was little. I’m not sure why. My mom never talks about it. Whatever it was, it was bad enough to make my mom pack me up in the middle of the night when I was four years old and run to my Gran’s condo.My mom got the condo after Gran died. From that time on all I had known my entire life was beach life.
Until four years ago.
Until my uncle found me.



Volumes 1 & 2 of the War of Whispers series go together:


Tears of Min Rock
by J.E. Lowder


The Dark War is over. Betrayal, defeat and death forever accompany any mention of the battlefield known as Min Brock. The shining kingdom of Claire is no more. Any hint of rebellion is supressed by the constant drone that echoes throughout the land. The Oracles of the Council of Ebon, the dark lords who feed the perpetual flames of the Cauldron, forbid even mentioning the name of the Only, the King of Claire, on pain of death.
Yet in the night… a whisper comes

Martyr's Moon
by J.E. Lowder



War between the dark nation of Ebon and rebel forces is imminent. The armies of Ebon are vast, well trained and accustomed to victory. The hopes of Allsbruth rests on the untried skills of a young storyteller, Elabea, the courage of a warrior named Romlin and an alliance with nations whose existence is little better than myth.
The Martyr’s Moon rises. The blood of a storyteller is spilled. Hope vanishes.
Yet in night, the King of Claire whispers.




Mike Parker recently visited Colorimetry to discuss his favorite swords. :-)  

ScavengersAd250The Scavengers, 
Book 1 of the Tyrfingr Chronicles
by Mike Parker


Its appearing portends the end of the world…or the beginning of a new age. Some believe it to be a grimoire, a book of ancient evil with the power to divide the truth from lies, light from darkness, bone from marrow, the soul from the spirit. Some say it even has the power to raise the dead back to life. Others claim it to be the marvelous Sword of Light – the sword that could only be drawn from its resting place on the Corner Stone beneath the Dome of the Rock by the hand of the true king, who will himself return from the dead to deliver mankind at its darkest hour.
One thing is sure – whoever holds Tyrfingr rules the world.
Two men long for its power. Only one can pull it from the Stone.
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26 comments:

  1. Great giveaways - so glad it's international!

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  2. i have not read none of the books but i like to ask question to number one do you have any book mark of the books you write

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  3. the second and 3 rd set i love the way you done the cover are they done by the same person or did you have a say so in it

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    1. Cover art for Tears of Min Brock, Martyr's Moon & The Scavengers are all by the incredibly talent designer, David Warren. Both authors had input into the design.
      Publisher, WordCrafts Press

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  4. Thank you so much! :) Great book´s!

    rafflecopter name: Joss A.

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  5. Thank you for the chance to win so many great books!

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  6. Wow, thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway!

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  7. Thanks for the international giveaway!!

    Rafflecopter name - Rose Lennart

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  8. airy tales in popular culture. This was last year when the two movies based on "Snow White" came out along with the tv show "Once Upon a Time…" and then "Cinder" came out. It was quite an explosion of fairy tales in mediums. I concluded that because of the rough economic times, people were grasping for something to escape to. In fairy tales, the impossible happens. The disenfranchised become the heroes and heroines. They rise to power and usually become a King or Queen. We are still clinging to the American dream and through the use of fairy tales we get to live that dream. As far as my favorite fairy tale goes, I love "Beauty and the Beast." I love it so much that I have thought seriously about naming my first daughter Belle. In books, I love retellings of fairy tales like "Cinder" and "Ella Enchanted." In TV, the show "Beauty and the Beast" on the CW is one of my favorites and in movies, I loved "Mirror, Mirror," "Beastly" and "The Wizard of Oz." Also, a big fan of the musical "Wicked."
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    mestith at gmail dot com

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  9. Thanks for joining the hop and giving 6 people a chance to win - fantastic!
    Bonnie Hilligoss/bonhill@speakeasy.net

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  10. Thanks for offering specific books. Another blog on the tour had a whole list and asked which one we wanted---I started sweating profusely, lol. :) Too many excellent books out right now!!!

    cc_clubbs[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  11. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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