Adult Book Fair

Blu Moon Fiction is sponsoring a book fair in Philadelphia. If interested in participating please email blumoonfiction@gmail.com. 

I’m currently evaluating dates and locations based on particpants response. Currently aiming for a Saturday. Bring as many books as you’d like, it’s an opportunity to make some sales as well as to increase and meet your audience. (Target Market)

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What We’re Reading: Divine by Mistake

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I am a fan of the talented Ms. Cast. Her House of Night series co-written with daughter Kristin lines the top shelf of my bookcase. I haven’t jumped into this series yet, but, I am eager to get my hands on a copy.

The first installment of the Patrholon series, Diving by Mistake is a recommended book for readers who enjoy mythology. Originally titled Goddess By Mistake. We meet high school teacher Shannon Parker wasn’t used to an exciting life in the public eye. The most excitement she expected was a shopping excursion while on vacation. The purchase of a vase with the Celtic Goddess Epona, sends Shannon to the world of Partholon.

As doppelganger to the ruling goddess, Shannon soon finds out that all of her pampering comes with a price. She is betrothed to a centaur and is faced with was against rivals the evil Fomorians. Despised by everyone else as her look a like, Shannon must discover how to return home before it’s too late.

This may be the very next book that I read, the series is a definite TBR.

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Have you read Divine By Mistake? The Nightshade Trilogy? What did you think?

 

What We’re Reading: Rift

I have yet to read the Nightshade trilogy but #GoodReads recommended I read the book Rift.

As a prequel to Nightshade, Rift is the tale of Ember Morrow, 16, promised to a group of knights called the Conatus.

She enjoys wielding swords, learning magic, and fighting the encroaching darkness loose in the world.

When the knights realize Eira, one of their leaders, is dabbling in dark magic, Ember and her mentor must choose whether to follow Eira into the nether realm or to pledge their lives to destroying her and her kind.

I haven’t read this book just yet either but I’m looking forward to getting my hands on a copy. The Nightshade Trilogy is a NY Times Bestseller.

Have you read Rift? The Nightshade Trilogy? What did you think?