Congratulations to our winner Tina B.
Author A.J. Myer and Parasite Publishing asked us to share the news that Book #2 of the Mystic and Mayhem series is being released tomorrow, December 15th. Book #1 was very entertaining and I am looking forward to seeing what happens next. It is published under the catagory of Young Adult, but you don’t need to be a teen to enjoy this great story. We were left at the end with a hint at Book #2 and we met several characters in Book #1 that we didn’t spend enough time with, and they were so interesting that I know that they have to see more of them in future stories.
A.J. and Parasite have offered us a great giveaway — a really nice messenger bag (which would be great to hold your e-reader) as well as your choice of Book #1 Something Witchy or Book #2 Something Wicked. Just let us know if you would like Book #1 or Book #2.
See our review for Book #1 – Something Witchy or the blub below for information on Book #2. Sorry I don’t have a review ready for you, but I’m a little behind. Damn Christmas cookies!
*Something Wicked** (Book Two in the Mystics & Mayhem series) Blurb*:
Welcome back to the World of Weird! I’m Ember Blaylock, and I’ll be your guide through this treacherous—sometimes downright deadly—world I call my own. Because if you thought our last trek through my reality was a rollercoaster ride, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
I thought I was going to get my life back. I swore off all things witchy. I lied to everyone I cared about. I was even dealing with the nightmares that plagued me every night—souvenirs of my first foray through this not-so-wonderful world of mine. Seriously, if the World of Weird doesn’t leave you with your fair share of issues, nothing will. I really thought I could go back to being a normal senior in high school.
I was *so *wrong.
Between my doubts about giving my heart to my vampire boyfriend, uncovering a whole new set of secrets and lies, and seeing my old friend Jack every time I turned around, there was nothing ‘normal’ about my life.
And if that wasn’t enough to keep a girl on her toes, Moonlight, Missouri just got its very own serial killer. A real psycho who seems to think it’s fun to turn his victims into Ember clones—and this creeper isn’t working alone. He’s got help. The witchy kind. Sucks to be me, huh?
And you thought just surviving *high school* was tough…