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Thursday, June 29, 2017

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Blog Tour: The Color Project by Sierra Abrams | ARC Review + Giveaway

Hellooo and Happy Thursday! Welcome to the next stop on The Color Project blog tour by Sierra Abrams!


The Color Project
Author: Sierra Abrams
Links: Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Noble
Publication Date: July 18, 2017
Publisher: Gatekeeper Press

Bernice Aurora Wescott has one thing she doesn't want anyone to know: her name. That is, until Bee meets Levi, the local golden boy who runs a charity organization called The Color Project.

Levi is not at all shy about attempting to guess Bee’s real name; his persistence is one of the many reasons why Bee falls for him. But while Levi is everything she never knew she needed, giving up her name would feel like a stamp on forever. And that terrifies her.

When unexpected news of an illness in the family drains Bee's summer of everything bright, she is pushed to the breaking point. Losing herself in The Color Project—a world of weddings, funerals, cancer patients, and hopeful families that the charity funds—is no longer enough. Bee must hold up the weight of her family, but to do that, she needs Levi. She’ll have to give up her name and let him in completely or lose the best thing that’s ever happened to her.

For fans of Stephanie Perkins and Morgan Matson, THE COLOR PROJECT is a story about the three great loves of life—family, friendship, and romance—and the bonds that withstand tragedy.

Five Reasons Why You Should Drop Everything on July 18 and Read The Color Project

Lately I've been in a reviewing funk/slump, so I am back again with another list of reasons why you should totally drop everything, and I mean everything (except for homework and other real life priorities despite the fact you'd rather read all day) on July 18 (WHEN THE BOOK COMES OUT!) and read Sierra Abrams's debut novel.

The Use of Apps - I think this is a really minor detail, but I almost never see books that actually uses smartphone apps, and Abrams incorporates the use of at least one app I think almost everyone uses on a daily basis if not more.

Gorgeous Writing - I currently don't have the copy with me by side as I'm writing this review, but Abrams has some amazing descriptors in her novel (most of which having to do with stars and constellations, which I adore). Have I mentioned the chapters are based on songs?!

Family and Friendship - Aside from the obvious romance, family and friendship plays an important role in The Color Project, and I loved how Abrams incorporated those two elements together seamlessly with romance.

So Much Emotional Feels - If anyone knows me well enough, I am not an emotional person when it comes to the books I read and the movies/TV shows I see. The Color Project brings out my emotional side, and I had so many tears as I got closer to the end of the novel. (Granted, I might have been watching far too many Boys Over Flowers episodes and reading about three other contemporary novels at the same time, but I never cryyy.)

Cute Characters - I am alll for adorable characters. Imperfect Chemistry is valid proof of that, along with many others I've been reading lately (from I Believe in a Thing Called Love to When Dimple Met Rishi). Bee and Levi are so adorable, I just want to pick them up from The Color Project and adopt them.

It was an absolute delight to read Bee's and Levi's story in The Color Project, and is perfect for those looking for a contemporary novel that has gorgeous writing and bring so much emotion.

About Sierra Abrams

At 7 years old, Sierra Abrams decided that one day she would publish a book. For over a decade, in between exploring other career options, she kept coming back to that very first dream. Now her life consists of writing books of all kinds... Kissing books, angsty books, killing books, whimsical books, and sometimes books that are all of the above. When she's not writing, you can find her reading, traveling, consuming sushi, or daydreaming about Henry Cavill.
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Monday June 19
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Interview - Brittany´s Book Rambles
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST - Review - Reads and Thoughts
  
Tuesday June 20 
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Excerpt of The Color Project - The YA Book Traveler
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST - Review - The Hermit Librarian  

Wednesday June 21 
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Review - YA and Wine
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST -Guest Post - Limelight Literature 

Thursday June 22 
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Review - Avd Reader
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST - DIY: The Color Project Bookmarks - Lois Reads Books

Friday June 23 
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Excerpt of The Color Project - The Reader & The Chef
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST - Mini Review & Favorite Quotes - TheLifeOfABookNerdAddict

Saturday June 24 
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Interview - Curly Hair Bibliophile
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST - Mood Board - Wonderfully Bookish

Sunday June 25 
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Review - Morrissa Reads
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST - Guest Post - A Thousand Words A Million Books

Monday June 26 
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Ways To Support Your Favorite Causes - Tales Of The Ravenous Reader
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST - Review - InkDin

Tuesday June 27
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Review - I Love Books Girl
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST -  Interview - Brooke-Reports

Wednesday June 28
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Book Hangover  - Fables and Fae
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST -  Guest Post - Tiffthebooknerd

Thursday June 29
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Review - Bookwyrming Thoughts 
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST - Excerpt - Simply Nicollette 

Friday June 30
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Review - Little Red's Reviews
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST -  Creative Post - Lost In Ever After

Saturday July 1st
In The Morning at 8:00 AM EST - Review - Biscotto's Books
In The Afternoon at 1:00 PM EST -  Interview - A New Look On Books

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

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Sam @ Spines In A Line | Novel Newcomers

Helloooo and Happy Wednesday! I figured having a Novel Newcomers post squished between two reviews might be a good change rather than on Monday (also because this week is packed with more posts than the average week).

This week's Novel Newcomer is Sam from Spines in a Line.

The Best Book Recommendation I’ve Ever Received

by Sam @ Spines in a Line

Hello everyone, and thank you to Sophia for including me in Novel Newcomers! Today I thought I’d talk about book recommendations as these seem to play a pretty big part of the book blogging community. When I first started my blog, I thought I’d be able to make a sizable dent in my TBR but instead that list has grown as I’ve received more recommendations than I know what to do with!

All these recs can be overwhelming at times but sometimes you’ll come across a book that really was the perfect fit for you. This was the case for me, way back when in elementary school. In those days, we’d have a weekly trip to the school library and I had had my eye on one book in particular for some time so I was looking forward to this visit. Unfortunately, my plans were foiled as another student had already checked it out so it was back to the shelves for me.

I think at this point I may have been holding the class up because my teacher came over to me to start offering suggestions (the girl who checked it out even came over to apologize! I didn’t feel that upset over it but maybe I looked it :P). She recommended I try Margaret Buffie, a local author from my hometown who’s written a number of paranormal novels. I took out The Dark Garden on a whim and we all got to return to class.
Today, I have no memory of what that first book was (I never ended up reading it) but Margaret Buffie has become one of my favourite authors and The Dark Garden, my absolute favourite book! I went on to read a lot more of her books, other ghost stories as well as her fantasy series, The Watcher’s Quest, and they’re all books I’ve enjoyed going back to over the years. I’ve even used her books for some of my school projects and been in contact with her over email to learn more about her writing process.

I don’t know if I would have happened across Buffie’s books without my teacher’s recommendation so many years ago but I’m forever grateful for that introduction! Some recommendations really do make all the difference!

Do you have one recommendation that has really stood out for you? Or perhaps you’re on the other side of this exchange: what’s your favourite book to recommend to others?

Find Sam on the Interwebs: Blog | Twitter | Goodreads | Instagram

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

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Blog Tour: Why I Loathe Sterling Lane by Ingrid Paulson | ARC Review + Giveaway

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Hello everyone, and welcome to the next stop on the Why I Loathe Sterling Lane blog tour hosted by Chapter by Chapter!

Why I Loathe Sterling Lane Ingrid Paulson

Why I Loathe Sterling Lane
Author:
Ingrid Paulson
Publication Date: June 6, 2017
Publisher: EntangledTeen
Reviewer: Sophia

Per her 537 rules, Harper Campbell keeps her life tidy—academically and socially. But the moment Sterling Lane transfers into her tiny boarding school, her twin brother gets swept up in Sterling’s pranks and schemes and nearly gets expelled. Harper knows it’s Sterling’s fault, and to protect her brother, she vows to take him down. As she exposes his endless school violations, he keeps striking back, framing her for his own infractions. Worst of all, he’s charmed the administration into thinking he’s harmless, and only Harper sees him for the troublemaker he absolutely is.

As she breaks rule after precious rule in her battle of wits against Sterling and tension between them hits a boiling point, she’s horrified to discover that perhaps the two of them aren’t so different. And maybe she doesn't entirely hate him after all. Teaming up with Sterling to save her brother might be the only way to keep from breaking the most important rule—protecting Cole.
Advanced copy provided by EntangledTeen via Netgalley  - thanks!

I'm still in a reviewing funk of sorts, so I'm playing with style to keep my funk at bay. The funk is a horrible, horrible thing. It's crawled into my life like Medusa and turned my reviewing styles into stone.

Weird analogy. Anyways.

Three Reasons to Read Why I Loathe Sterling Lane

Kendall's dynamic with Harper - they're two completely different people who hate each other at a distance by the mere idea of the person. Seeing Kendall and Harper getting thrown together and their friendship develop is personally my favorite part of reading the book.

Enemies to Lovers - I'm usually not a fan of this trope, but I'm not really complaining since Sterling makes Harper less of a stick in the mud as she may appear to be early on in the book.

Admittedly, I'm also watching Boys Over Flowers, which is way too cute and hilarious.
The format - Each chapter is based off a rule Harper’s that she came up with from early in her life. I think it gave a better understanding of who Harper was and what kinds of rules she had in her life (that would definitely be something I would want to know if they weren't mentioned).

Overall: Why I Loathe Sterling Lane is a slow book to love, but the story picks up after a few rough patches and is perfect for those who enjoy a love-hate relationship between love interests.


About Ingrid Paulson

Ingrid Paulson does not, in fact, loathe anyone. Although the snarky sense of humor and verbal barbs in Why I Loathe Sterling Lane might suggest otherwise (and shock those who think they know her best).

Ingrid lives in San Francisco with her husband and children and enjoys long-distance running, eavesdropping, and watching science documentaries. She has always loved books and writing short stories, but was surprised one day to discover the story she was working on wasn’t so short any more. Valkyrie Rising, a paranormal girl power story was Ingrid’s first novel. Expect another humorous contemporary romance to join the list soon.


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Friday, June 23, 2017

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Fangirl Friday: SeQuence Entangled (The Heart Of The Ocean #3) Cover & Trailer Reveal


Hey guys! I got an exciting new cover and trailer reveal for today!


SeQuence Entangled (The Heart of the Ocean #3)
By: Lorraine M.L.M.
Genre: YA Fantasy/Romance
Release Date: July 6th 2017
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Summary: Politics or Love? Prophecy or Truth? Dreams or Reality?
What happens when the Sequences get entangled?

Back in her home realm of Tuscania, Alessia’s powers are stronger than ever. Not only that, she and Dante make it official and get engaged, but their bliss is short-lived when Alessia wakes from a nightmare screaming a prophecy.

Her words, “Protect the womb—safeguard the seed,” make no sense. Despite her surreal glow, she certainly isn’t pregnant. As the dreams increase and a strange voice breaches her personal shield, Alessia fears she’s losing her mind. What if her people declare her insane just like her family did back on Earth? Alessia keeps her growing turmoil a secret, even from Dante. She can’t distract him just as he’s stepped up to be the leader he was born to be.

Dante quickly discovers being a leader isn’t easy. Tuscania desperately needs the help of the dreamers of house Regai-Rallias, but they will only offer aid if Dante honours an agreement he made seven moon-years ago to marry Lavia.

Torn between politics and love, prophecy and truth, dreams and reality, Alessia and Dante’s Sequence of Hearts will be tested like never before as they struggle to save their kingdom and themselves.

SeQuence Entangled is the third instalment in the enchanting Young Adult Fantasy/Romance Series; The Heart of the Ocean. This series will appeal to fans of fairytale romance, sword and sorcery, folktales, undersea worlds, parallel fantasy lands, new worlds, and female protagonists with unique powers.

Don't forget to check out the first two books!


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About The Author
Lorraine M.L.M writes young adult romantic fiction. Her love for reading prompted her passion for writing. She loves all genres of romance but has a special and inherent interest in Fantasy/Romance in particular uplifting and thought provoking fiction. Her YA Fantasy/Romance debut novel, SeQuence was shortlisted for the 2015 Love Stories New Talent Award.

When she’s not writing, she can be found gazing into the distance thinking about writing. 

If you would like to keep up-to-date with news of her forthcoming releases, you can sign up here: http://eepurl.com/b-3fXn

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

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Series We've Been Meaning to Start But Haven't | Top Ten Tuesday (WE SHOVE BOOKS AT EACH OTHER)


This is the time where we expose the series that we each have not read yet. Oh let the shaming begin.
  • Sophia: But don't you mean the book shoving begins? 😅
  • Anelise: Haha I agree! *shoves piles of books in front of everyone*
Sophia

Shatter Me trilogy and then some (BECAUSE THEY EXTENDED IT GOSH DARN IT) - Lupe has been shoving this series at me for YEARSSS.
  • Lupe: HOMEGIRL. You have not LIVED yet! Trust me on this one. You will thank me forever once you start reading this. 
  • Sophia: I'm a sheltered bean.
  • Anelise: I read the first and I think you should definitely at least read book one. Also, Lupe might accidentally murder you if you don't. *coughs*
And well, it's been sitting there on my TBR for those years. I keep finding excuses, like this audiobook I'm listening to currently (I think this narrator has a southern accent. O.o)


The Illuminae Files by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman - Illuminae first came out when I started court reporting lessons, and I was originally interested because I wanted to practice those skills on something I actually enjoyed (Illuminae is written through different formats, so I'm bound to find an interview transcript.).

Now it's just me wondering what the hype is all about.
  • Anelise: I’ve read Illuminae and I really liked it but still haven’t read Gemina oops. I have a problem reading sequels/finishing series. Anyway, I’d say that this series is pretty good and you should try it. But yeah… *shoves book in Sophia’s face* read it.
Lupe

Harry Potter - MUAHAHA FIRST SERIES HACKED BY SOPHIA (not literally, more like wrote it in).
  • Anelise: wait a second… Lupe still hasn’t read Harry Potter?! You have been deprived child!
  • Sophia: SHE HASN’T WATCHED FINDING NEMO EITHER. AREN’T I SUPPOSED TO BE THE SHELTERED ONE???
  • Lupe: Wait. Wait. Wait. HOLD UP! I haven’t read the books, because they just intimidated me when I was younger. It’s true. I haven’t seen Finding Nemo, BUT I have seen half of Finding Dory. I do have to say, I did start crying the first five minutes of that movie. DON’T JUDGE ME! I will read HP and watch those movies. Eventually…...
  • Sophia: Excuses.
  • Anelise: *coughs*

The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. I have seen this all over social media and all of my favorite booktubers have read it. I have never gotten around to reading it yet. There’s still time for me to start it, but who knows when I will. 
  • Sophia: Tragedies of a bookworm. I haven't read this.
  • Anelise: *gasps* How have you not read this yet? I have! *stares at huge looming TBR pile behind me* Okay fair enough... Someday you'd better read this series (and I'm talking to the both of you!)

The Selection by Kiera Cass. The books have such beautiful covers, and I’m still trying to get myself into starting this amazing series I keep hearing from everyone. If you didn’t know already, I have been in a book slump for a bit over a year. I have read books here and there, but haven’t actively read much as I used to which explains why I STILL haven’t read Harry Potter. 
  • Sophia: I haven't read this, either...
  • Anelise: Meh. I loved it the first time I read it but when I reread it I didn't like it as much. Characters came off as too whiny or indecisive *cough* America Singer *cough* (Plus, who names their character based off of a country and said characters job?) (Agree with the covers though.)
Anelise



The Mortal Instruments - Okay, I admit I’ve read the first three books but that was like two years ago. I still haven’t picked it back up, not because I don’t like it (I really love the series) but because I’m drowning in my other unread books on my shelf so yeah…

  • Meanwhile... Sophia read the first two and called it quits. Lupe also read the first two and gave up as usual. They have similar reading tastes.

Legend - I still haven’t read anything by Marie Lu because of my mile high TBR. Oops? I also own the series so that doesn’t really help me out… *awkwardly shuffles away in hopes no one notices me* 
  • Lupe: GURL. I haven’t read Legend either!
  • Sophia: Me neither. (We have a mutual TBR list!)
  • Anelise: We should do read-along thingies where we shove books at each other and read them together!

Throne of Glass - I’m interested in seeing what all the hype is about. But I won’t consider reading this until the whole series is out that way, if I end up liking it, I can binge the whole series instead of waiting for book(s) to come out.

  • Sophia: Oh good, the rest of us hasn't read this either. (MAAS CAME TO MY LOCAL BARNES AND NOBLE ON MY BIRTHDAY AND THERE WAS A BOOKTUBER TOO. I MISSED OUT. WHAT IS THIS.)
  • Whaaaa?! Lucky! Not many big authors come to my city (sad).
Then there are so many other series I need to start but can’t list because this post would never end (probably the same with Sophia and Lupe) haha. *TBR starts crushing Anelise even more than before and Anelise dies cries*


Well there you have it. All a (most likely) tiny percentage of the books we still have not read is out in the open. Trust us, there are still more series we haven't read yet.  I'm sure you can find other series we have not read based on our accounts on Goodreads. If you do so happen to find that one of us haven't read your favorite series yet, please tell us in the comments below or tweet us! We're more than happy to extend our never ending TBR list.

  • Sophia: This is so asking for trouble, Lupe.
  • Anelise: Lupe, I hope that last sentence is supposed to be sarcastic... 



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Monday, June 19, 2017

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Fernanda @ The Wanderlust Reader | Novel Newcomers

Hellooo bookwyrms!

It's Monday! Time for an entire week ahead with no procrastination whatsoever.

Well, actually, there will be some procrastination. There is always some form of procrastination involved (really it's real life plus that). 😅

Anyways, back to Novel Newcomers. This week's featured blogger is Fernanda from The Wanderlust Reader. We're chatting about summer because summer is right around the corner. Literally.

It feels like it's already summer. 😒

Outside of blogging and reading, what other interests do you have?
Oh I see, you’re pulling out the big guns right away. Um, I’ve always loved music because it is another way for me to escape the reality and with that comes singing. I joined chorus during my sophomore year of high school and I fell in love with it instantly. Although I’m no longer in high school, I continue to sing around the house when no one is present because it’s too embarrassing. I’ve also been interested in volleyball since a young age and I think it was mainly do to the fact that my mom played professionally for several years.

What is your most unusual accomplishment?
Ooo I have a good one. Maybe but probably not. In my French class, we were given superlatives and mine was “le sauveteur du monde francophone” (the rescuer of the French speaking world). For some odd reason I’m really proud that my teacher thought so highly of me.

What is your favorite food?
French fries hands down.

What are some of your favorite books to read in the summer?
I typically read fantasy 24/7 but I’m more inclined to read contemporary during the summer. Some of my favorite summer reads are To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han and If I Stay by Gayle Forman.

If you could travel abroad for one summer, name five places you would love to visit.
I’ve always wanted to travel to India and Belgium so those are probably my top two choices but I’d also love to revisit Spain, Austria, or Fiji because they were absolutely breathtaking.

Name five bloggers you would love to travel the world with. (Can be from Novel Newcomers, does not have to be.
Anna from @readerandproud https://readerandproud.wordpress.com/
Angie from @thebookishfeels https://thebookishfeels.wordpress.com/
Gretchen from @chicnerdreads https://chicnerdreads.wordpress.com/
Rebecca from @rebeccagough https://rebeccagough.wordpress.com/
Sarah from @thebooktweeter https://www.thebooktweeter.com/

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Friday, June 16, 2017

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Fangirl Friday: Guarding Eden Cover Reveal + Secret Knights Cover Revamp & Giveaway!


Hey! I have an action packed post for you today. I have a cover reveal, cover revamp, and giveaway to announce. Let's get right into it!




Title: Guarding Eden (A Midway Novel)
Author: Cameo Renae
Genre: YA Fantasy
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Publisher: CHBB
Cover Designer: Stefanie Saw
Edited by: Victoria Schmitz - Crimson Tide Editorial
Expected Release Date: July 21, 2017
Hosted by: Lady Amber's PR

Synopsis: ***The Midway Novels are spin-offs of the Hidden Wings Series, but each book can be read as a standalone.***

Tucked away at an upscale, private boarding school in Brindle Hollow, Washington, seventeen-year-old Eden East comes face to face with a hideous creature on her walk back to her dorm. Shaken to her core, she's left questioning the world around her, and soon finds herself entering a friendship with a hot, new student named Alexander.

Little does she know, Alex is a Guardian Angel, sent from Midway to protect her from those dangerous creatures—known as Darkling—lurking in the forest outside Brindle Hall. It isn’t long before Alex learns this is no ordinary assignment. Eden’s existence holds a secret; something hidden from even herself.

Eden is thrust into a world where Fallen angels and creatures of the Underworld will stop at nothing to catch her. With Alex at her side and a little help from some of his old friends, they form a formidable front against the enemy.

 Hopefully, it’s not too little, too late.

Author Bio: 

2016 Young Adult Author of the Year - Penned Con
2013 Break Out Author by Young Adult & Teen Readers
2013 Book of the Year (Hidden Wings)

Cameo Renae was born in San Francisco, raised in Maui, Hawaii, and recently moved with her husband and children to Alaska.
She's a daydreamer and a caffeine and peppermint addict who loves to laugh, loves to read, and loves to escape reality. One of her greatest joys is creating fantasy worlds filled with adventure and romance and sharing it with others. 
One day she hopes to find her own magic wardrobe and ride away on her magical unicorn. Until then...she'll keep writing!

HAPPY READING!

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Title: Secret Knights Series
Author: Mary Ting
Genre: YA Fantasy/Paranormal
Cover Designer: Naija Qamber Designs
Hosted by: Lady Amber's PR
Synopsis: (Spin-Off to Crossroads Saga - Prequel to The Chosen Knights) can be read as stand-alone

Michael and Claudia’s decision to move back to Crossroads was to keep their children safe, but they can’t escape who they are. Their children, Zachary and Lucia, were destined to be demon hunters—Venators. From the age they were able to hold a sword, they were trained to become the best and to ensure they would become leaders one day. 
All is peaceful throughout the land until the Fallen and demons’ presences were felt in the between and on Earth. As the Venators investigate these locations, they will quickly learn how dangerous their lives are. Hearts will be broken. Teammates will lose their lives. And they will face obstacles which will test their faith. 
As danger grows, the fear of fallen angels and demons regrouping has the Divine Elders on pins and needles. Now, Zachary and Lucia, along with Uncle Davin, must prepare themselves—mentally and physically—to live on Earth to investigate where the focal point of evil resides before it’s too late.


The Chosen Knights
Synopsis: (HIGHLY recommend to read prequel first--The Angel Knights)

When teens go missing in Hawaii, a group of demon-hunters—half human and half angel—disguised as high school students, must leave Crossroads, the place where they reside. In a race against time, they uncover the mystery connecting the missing teens, which dates back to the era of the Knights Templar. However, when they discover one of the Templars passed down a book containing all the secrets and codes to finding a particular treasure, they soon realize this forbidden treasure needs to be found before Cyrus, the lord of the possessor demons, acquires it—a treasure which been safeguarded and hidden from him.

There is only one problem: the pages containing the clues leading to the treasure is missing. When the first page is found, Cyrus threatens to kill more descendants of the Knights Templar if it is not given to him by Friday the thirteenth. In the midst of threats and discovery, the demon-hunting angels find they are not alone when supernatural beings begin to reveal themselves. Can they put their differences aside and work together to solve the Knights Templars’ cipher? As they astral travel to the past, they witness a lot more than they have bargained for. And some things are better left unseen.missing. When the first page is found, Cyrus threatens to kill more descendants of the Knights Templar if it is not given to him by Friday the thirteenth. In the midst of threats and discovery, the demon-hunting angels find they are not alone when supernatural beings begin to reveal themselves. Can they put their differences aside and work together to solve the Knights Templars’ cipher? As they astral travel to the past, they witness a lot more than they have bargained for. And some things are better left unseen. 
The Blessed Knights
Synopsis:
Above a small hill lay a home.
And green men peer out under the dome.
Thirteen crisscrossing arches behold,
with angels singing must be told.
Cubes like teeth thus showed,
pierce one and the door shall glow.
Part the sea like Moses,
to see the bundle of red roses.
Only then you shall see,
what is destined to be free.

Eli, Lucia’s half-demon love interest, has been stabbed with a true-cross dagger and captured by Cyrus, master of the possessor demons. The Chosen Knights must work together once again not only to save Eli, but also to decipher a clue to find the second missing page of Jacques de Molay’s journal. Meanwhile, Uncle Davin informs Crossroads’ Divine Elders of the danger ahead and learns there is much to fear. Countless children are being taken from all over the world to be turned into demons. Michael, one of the Divine Elders, has no choice but to intervene. The Chosen Knights track down Mortem, the demon who is the key to finding Cyrus, and learn they must travel deep into the pit of a Hawaiian volcano. When they astral travel to the past in search of a clue and follow Jacques de Molay to Rosselyn Chapel in medieval Scotland, what they find will rewrite history.

Author Bio:
Mary Ting resides in Southern California with her husband and two children. She enjoys oil painting and making jewelry. Writing her first novel, Crossroads Saga, happened by chance. It was a way to grieve the death of her beloved grandmother, and inspired by a dream she once had as a young girl. When she started reading new adult novels, she fell in love with the genre. It was the reason she had to write one-Something Great. Why the pen name, M Clarke? She tours with Magic Johnson Foundation to promote literacy and her children’s chapter book-No Bullies Allowed.

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