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Winners of Goodreads Free Giveaway and More

2012 Halloween Decorations
2012 Halloween Decorations

“Let’s switch places for a while…”

I (Christopher) will try to keep this short.  We have five lucky winners to announce from our latest Goodreads Free Giveaway, and they are:

  • Alexander Porter – North Yorkshire, UK
  • Becky Cottrell – Philadelphia, PA
  • Gloria Snyder – Pittsburgh, PA
  • Susan Knopp – Columbus, OH
  • Michael Haskins – Calgary, Alberta

Congratulations to our winners!

We have also extended our free eBook giveaway on Goodreads.
We have several appearances coming up, including the Salado Scottish Festival… see our events page for more information.
Paranormal Haven has posted Halloween-related character interviews of personages from our series; there is also a free giveaway! In November, they will be posting an interview with us.
No Wasted Link will be interviewing me (Christopher) coming up December 19, while they will be featuring Heather in a writing space post on November 16.
That is all for now.  Thanks for your continued support!

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Alecia Ludwick-Jones wrote a wonderful review of Morrigan’s Brood: Morrigan’s Brood Book I after winning a free giveaway from Goodreads. Please check out her blog “Freakshow Minus Tent” for the review of Morrigan’s Brood and other cool stuff!

Freakshow Minus Tent

Morrigan's Brood (Morrigan's Brood, #1)Morrigan’s Brood by Heather Poinsett Dunbar
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I recieved this book through the goodreads giveaway, my first one actually. Im going to keep my review short so i dont give away any spoilers. My first thought, with all of the introductions to the maps, characters, gods and goddesses, blood lines it reminded me of the depth a Tolkien novel would have. Well written and extensive research done to bring a true depth to the story and characters. Amazing detail bring the cultures to life. By the time I got fourth chapter I began to wonder of the blood drinkers were going to make an appearance. I really like that the vampires are not the entire focus of the plot, while an integral factor in the story they are not the entire story-as some of the more common books out there today. It is a slow…

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