19 May, 2013

#IndieFever Exclusive Giveaway ~~ May Edition!

In order to make this challenge more interesting for you guys, I have been trying to rope in a few indie authors who would be up for doing giveaways. My idea here is to bring Indie Authors and Readers together. And it is pretty simple. The authors offer a few copies of their books here, in an exclusive Indie-Fever Reading Challenge Giveaway, and the winner can choose to read and review the book in the upcoming month/s. Ofcourse, you don't have to review the books you win in these giveaways, but it would be nice if you did :)

By now you all have received your books from the April Giveaway (if you haven't then please contact me via the comments section or shoot me a mail). I sure hope to see some reviews of those books!

So for May, I have two authors sponsoring the Giveaway. Before I get into the details, here are the terms & conditions of 'Indie-Fever Giveaway' once again!
1. This giveaway is exclusively for the participants of "Indie-Fever Reading Challenge" on my blog. So, to enter the giveaways/ to be eligible for it, you have to be participating in this challenge.
2.Whenever required, please place your entries under the name you have used to enter the challenge so that I can make sure that the entries are restricted to the participants only.
3.As mentioned earlier, if you win a book, it is not compulsory for you to review it, but it would be nice if you did.



First Giveaway
Nancy LaRonda Johnson has written short stories, poetry and personal journals most of her life. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a Juris Doctorate, and works as a deputy probation officer. 
She maintains the blog “Writer’s Mark – Christian and other fiction, poetry, and ideas” at www.nancylarondajohnson.blogspot.com, and is working on several projects, including a sequel to Anticipation of the Penitent.
Her debut novel, Anticipation of the Penitent, was a front-runner in the Indie Publishing Contest sponsored by the San Francisco Writers Conference 2012.



After Alezea is trapped by the Devil, she bears him a son and knows her life will never be her own. She is the mother of Thomas, a man reared by Satan to be a killer of life’s most innocent – little girls. Alezea lives detached from the horrors committed by her son and from her domination by the entity who uses her as he pleases. Until she meets Martha who shows her a way out. Now Alezea will risk her very soul to free Thomas from his father. The fight to save her son will either redeem Alezea or destroy her forever.

Rachel knows Thomas’ history, yet she believes her presence can transform him. Her belief in Thomas might send her fully into the Devil’s realm or provide an opening for God’s miracles in both of their lives. In a scheme to continue his father’s line, Thomas may ruin his alliance with Rachel or rend himself from the dominion he was born to hold. The impulse to contrive his future takes Thomas to new heights in his lifework as a killer, pushes him toward maturity, and forces him to encounter the astonishing truth of his heritage.

Anticipation of the Penitent depicts the battle between good and evil in one family until it is rendered to its destined completion. Only then will it be known whether Alezea succeeds in her struggle for a life free from Satan’s control.

Connect with the Author : Blog I Goodreads I Twitter 

10 copies of this book is up for grabs. Enter Below :

[Giveaway over. Winners Contacted]

Second Giveaway
Writing fiction is intoxicating. Fully engaging. Hot. Sexual. Physical. Mental. Spacial. Virtually touching real if I'm doing it right, then enter the scene, a million miles from solitude...
I HATE marketing. Wish the only selling I had to do of my fiction was this:
Readers: read me because I write taut, edgy, modern fiction with complex, compelling characters that bring story live, and linger long after the reads...


James Micheal Whren is brilliant, beautiful, rich, and taken—with his genius for creating music. He's desired by many, yet commits to no one but his muse. Just twenty-eight, and at the pinnacle of his career, on the eve of his brother's funeral his father shatters his life, and James is left abandoned in hell with no one real to save him. 

His odyssey to freedom takes him beyond the looking glass, to the reflection of friends and lovers. Humbled and alone, James escapes to the Greek island of Corfu. But instead of finding solace there, loneliness almost consumes him. 

Until Elisabeth, and her son, Cameron. 


Check out My Review : Reverb by J. Cafesin

Connect with the Author : Website I Goodreads I Twitter

2 copies of this book is up for grabs. Enter Below :

[Giveaway over. Winners Contacted]

That's it Folks! Until the next Month...

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