February 9, 2013
Actually, that's WINNERS plural since there were two winners for The Lost King in the big Addicted to Heroines Blog Tour giveaway and one winner in the Name Your Dragon sweepstakes. Thanks to all who entered. Winners will receive an email notification. Enjoy your prize!
Tomorrow's the last day of the tour! Our big giveaway is closed, but please check the Heroines Tour Facebook page for any remaining individual author giveaways or contests.
As of this post, we've got some time left on Alesha's Heroines Trivia Contest:
a Rafflecopter giveaway
February 6, 2013
The Name Your Dragon Sweepstakes sponsored by The Lost King has been extended. Follow the link to sweepstakes entry to enter for a chance to win a $25 amazon.com gift certificate. If you entered before and had difficulties, please try again.
The Tower's Alchemist author, Alesha Escobar, will be hosting Q&A time at the Tower's Alchemist Goodreads Page today!
Stop by and say hello, or ask any question you'd like about the book.
>>>Go To Goodreads Now
Also, if you haven't already, make sure you enter our giveaways so you can win free books, handmade bookmarks, and iTunes and Amazon gift cards from our authors.
Click HERE to take care of it :-)
February 5, 2013
Today is Contest day. Whether you're up for a little fantasy trivia or a game of wits, stop by and play for a chance to win items such as:
- iTunes gift cards
- Amazon gift cards
- handmade, artisan bookmarks
Just click on the links and go directly to our authors' entry pages.
February 4, 2013
Some novels are considered "fantasy" but just what is a fantasy novel? Populated by people and set in locations that don't exist except in the mind of the author and reader, aren't all novels fantasies to a certain extent? Click the link to share your thoughts in a discussion.
In The Lost King,, King Bewilliam and Empress Alexandra both come up against some fierce monsters. At one time or another, we all have to face "dragons" in our lives. "Name Your Dragon" is one way to enter a sweepstakes to win a chance at a free copy of The Lost King. Participation is free. Click on the link for more information.
February 3, 2013
There would probably be some type of indiscretion that needed to be righted and it would be up to me and those closest to me to find a way to right that wrong. I would definitely use a sword. Two of them actually, since that is more my style of fighting. I would be a master markswoman with a bow and I would lead fair and justly. I wouldn't put up with the mindless criticisms of men who fear strong women capable of leadership and instilling change for the greater good. I would have friends that were of all races of myth and fantasy. My world would be forever changed by some cataclysmic event that made magic possible and evil tangible.
My novel would be like those I write with me as the heroine. My obstacles would be great and numerous but I would find new ways to overcome them through the lessons learned and gifted by those I keep by my side. I would never be alone, despite my need to do otherwise. For I would be only as good as my weapons and my companions. Without them, I would be nothing except exposed and vulnerable.
Now it's your turn. Reply in the comments section. Have fun and get as creative as you can. Remember, it's fantasy!