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Saturday, November 26, 2011

In My Mailbox (108) Black Friday Edition!

In My Mailbox
IMM is a weekly meme hosted and created by Kristi at
The Story Siren and was inspired by Alea at Pop Culture Junkie.

Free for Kindle
~The Pearl Savage by Tamara Rose Blodgett
~The Soulkeepers by G.P. Ching
~Raven by Suzy Turner

I also braved the Black Friday crowd at Walmart. Okay, that's not entirely true. I mean it was crowded as heck and two women got in a fight over some sheets but my mom and I were out with are stuff before it actually was Friday since some stuff went on sale at 10PM. I came away with:

DVDs for $1.96 (Walmart)
~Australia (Kidman & Jackman)
~Going the Distance (Barrymore)
~The Princess Bride (Pretty sure you all know which one I mean.)
~He's Just Not That Into You (You know, that movie with everyone in it)
~Unknown (Liam Neeson)
~The Time Traveler's Wife (Once again, what other movie could this be?)

DVDs for $5 (Walmart)
~Sherlock Holmes

DVDs for $9 (Walmart)
~Water for Elephants

I also got two pair (one black, one purple) of Isotoner suede gloves for about $7 each. Sorry there aren't pictures but I've searched the house time and time again and can neither find my charger for my batteries or batteries with enough juice to actually work in my little camera. (Big one is at dorm.) In the meantime, I'm on my last day of Thanksgiving Break and I'm sick as a dog with a fever. Four hour ride back to college tomorrow should fun. *cough* NOT! *cough* >_>

Anyhow, hope you all had a fabulous Thanksgiving and got some great stuff this week! :D

Friday, November 25, 2011

Indie Giveaway: Anomaly by K.C. King!

Anomaly by K.C. King
Publisher: Self published.
Pub. Date: October 25th, 2011
Pages: 214
Series: The Tri-Realms Saga, #1
Age Level: Upper YA

Synopsis via Goodreads
“I was transfixed as I watched him; his skin was simply luminous in the sunlight, yet not a bead of sweat sheened his face. I could have remained entranced by him for hours, for in this state he was simply magnificent, almost – supernatural. The spontaneous thought raised goose bumps on my arms as I saw him – I recognised him – for the first time. It wasn’t that there was something unusual about Sebastian, it was that he was entirely unusual. He was beyond human.”

22-year-old Bree Spencer hates prejudice of all kinds – especially the blatant elitism she is subjected to as a resident staffer at her aunt’s exclusive estate, Blackall Manor. So when Bree nearly winds up as road-kill on account of the wealthy Sebastian Templeton, she struggles to reconcile her inexplicable attraction to him. On the surface Sebastian epitomises all that Bree usually despises, yet her draw to him is irrefutable.

Events become decidedly more unusual upon Sebastian’s arrival as a guest at Blackall Manor. Despite her reservations, Bree finds Sebastian intriguing; but his insistence to get to know her triggers a raft of niggling suspicions – heightened by a series of strange dreams and phenomena – until eventually, she learns the truth.

Sebastian is a guardian, a powerful descendant of a sacred ethereal line; and Bree’s uncanny gift has prompted him to find her. But while an anomaly inspired their connection, an ancient prophecy and ethereal lore forbid it. And with Sebastian’s purist brother determined to honour both at any cost, an epic battle with unthinkable stakes could be Bree’s only chance at survival.


Contest Details
Thanks to K.C. King, 3 winners will receive a smashwords coupon for a free ebook copy of Anomaly.

~Comments are appreciated but you must fill out the form to enter.
~Open Internationally.
~Must be 13 or older.
~Contest ends at 11:59PM EST of December 4th.
~Winners will be contacted shortly after.

Extra Entries:
~You can earn +2 by tweeting this giveaway. Please include @thebookpixie and @K_C_King

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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thanksgiving Indie Freebies!

Just wanted to say happy Thanksgiving and share with you all these great free indie reads I found for kindle! Check em out. After all, they're FREE!

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Dark Beauty & Dark Seeker Giveaway!

Dark Beauty by Taryn Browning
Publisher: CreateSpace
Pub. Date: August 6th, 2011
Pages: 54

Synopsis via Goodreads
For fifteen-year-old Seeker, Isabelle Crowe, ridding the Houston streets of the undead is an inherited duty, passed down from her Cherokee ancestors. During her first night without her mentor, she encounters Abram, a more experienced Seeker from Chicago looking to avenge his cousin's death. Isabelle quickly learns she must work with Abram to protect her city. With one Seeker already dead, Isabelle's love of the hunt becomes a fight to survive.

Dark Seeker by Taryn Browning
Publisher: CreateSpace
Pub. Date: September 26th, 2011
Pages: 294
Series: Seeker, #1

Synopsis via Goodreads
For 17-year-old Seeker, Janie Grey, ridding the Baltimore streets of the undead is an inherited duty passed down from her Cherokee ancestors. Seeker Training Lesson #1: Never trust the undead. After her father’s tragic death, Janie creates her own life lesson: Love isn’t worth the risk. Both lessons are easy to follow until she encounters the flawed Kai Sterdam. At first, she believes he is the hybrid she is trained to hunt. But, when he has human traits, she determines she doesn’t know what he is. As Janie’s intrigue over who Kai is pushes her deeper into his mysterious past, she discovers a shocking truth that is even more harrowing than the evil they are up against. It’s a secret Kai wants to keep hidden, especially from Janie.


Contest Details
Thanks to the lovely Taryn, one lucky winner will receive signed copies of both Dark Beauty and Dark Seeker.

~Comments are appreciated but you must fill out the form to enter.
~Open to US only.
~Must be 13 or older.
~Contest ends at 11:59PM EST on December 3rd.
~Winner will be contacted shortly there after.

Extra Entries:
You can earn +2 by tweeting this giveaway! Please include @thebookpixie and @TarynBrowning

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What People Are Saying:
“Get ready for a new breed of vampire slayers! Browning has created an intriguing world that promises many interesting surprises to come. A terrific start to a new urban fantasy.”
—Artist Arthur, author of The Mystyx Novels

"YA fans of fresh, edgy urban fantasy are going to love Dark Seeker. Taryn Browning is a rising star. This is one author you'll want to keep your eye on as she shoots straight to the top of the charts!"
—Kari Lee Townsend, National Best Selling Author of The Samantha Granger Experiment & The Fortune Teller Mysteries

"Taryn Browning is a master writer. DARK SEEKER is thrilling and beautiful, and follows only one trend: good story-telling."
—Brent Taylor, The Naughty Book Kitties

Sunday, November 20, 2011

In My Mailbox (107)

In My Mailbox
IMM is a weekly meme hosted and created by Kristi at
The Story Siren and was inspired by Alea at Pop Culture Junkie.

RAK/Birthday Gift from Ashley
~Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

RAK/Birthday Gift from Beth
~ARC of Virtuosity by Jessica Martinez

Free for Kindle
~Shadow of the Sun by Laura Kreitzer


So Wednesday was my birthday. A big thanks to Ashley and Beth for the RAK/B-day gifts. Can't wait to read these. Hope you all got some awesome books this past week. :D

Monday, November 14, 2011

Cover Reveal! Once by Anna Carey

Isn't it beautiful! The font, colors, image, etc all pull together to make a very stunning cover. I own and still need to read the first book, Eve, but I couldn't help sharing this cover with you all!

So what do you think?

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Unison Spark Blog Tour: Guest Post from Andy Marino

I was recently asked to be a part of the Blog Tour put together to celebrate the release of Unsion Spark by Andy Marino. So today I have for you all a guest post from the author. Enjoy. :D


Guest Post

by Andy Marino

It seems like every time a city hosts the Olympics and draws the eyes of the world, it suddenly becomes a squeaky-clean poverty-free utopia. This doesn’t happen by magic: I remember reports of homeless people being given one-way bus tickets out of Atlanta before the games, as long as they agreed to never return. More recently, Beijing expelled migrant workers and cracked down on “undesirable” businesses. Governments like to play coy about these clean-up efforts, but there’s no mistaking them for what they really are: relocation projects designed to make one economic class of people invisible to another.

In UNISON SPARK, Eastern Seaboard City is divided by a massive canopy that separates sleek residences from the slums. Special IDs are required to move between sections, with horrible penalties imposed upon those caught sneaking from the subcanopy zones to the topside world.

This out-of-sight/out-of-mind attitude applies to the social network, too: logging in to Unison costs money, and subcanopy residents are denied access. It isn’t just pictures and status updates on a screen – it’s a fully immersive experience that reacts to a user’s likes and dislikes and changes itself accordingly. The social network isn’t all harmless fun, of course (you’ll have to read the book if you want to see its creepy side), but to the middle and upper classes it sure seems like a wonderful place.

When I was figuring out how these worlds were going to work, I thought about my own experiences as a city person. (New York City is probably the ignoring-people capital of the world, and I’ve been living there for eleven years). It’s easy for me to feel disgusted at the thought of exiling people on a massive scale just because they ruin the look of a nice downtown tourist area. But in a way, I make people in my city invisible, too. I’ve spent years training myself not to see, and now my own brand of mental relocation is practically automatic. Sometimes I have to remind myself to acknowledge another human being, because the reflex is to ignore.

I’m no psychologist, but I’m pretty sure it should be the other way around.


For more about Andy:
Website / Twitter

And don't forget to check out Andy's book, Unison Spark:

Friday, November 11, 2011

1300 Followers Giveaway!

Carrier of the Mark by Leigh Fallon
Publisher: HarperTeen
Pub. Date: October 4th, 2011
Pages: 342
Trilogy: Carrier, #1

Synopsis via Goodreads

From the moment she sets foot at her new school in Ireland, Megan is inexplicably drawn to the darkly handsome Adam DeRis. But Megan soon discovers that her feelings for Adam are tied to a supernatural fate that was sealed long ago—and that the passion and power that unites them could be their ultimate destruction.

This electrifying debut novel was first discovered on the online community for aspiring writers. THE CARRIER OF THE MARK sizzles with unbridled romance, a unique supernatural hook, and a breathtaking Irish setting, and will entice fans of the Need series by Carrie Jones and the House of Night series by P. C. and Kristin Cast.


Contest Details
As promised on twitter, I'm offering up an ARC of Carrier of the Mark to one winner in honor of me hitting 1300 followers.

~Comments are appreciated but you must fill out the form to enter.
~US Mailing Addresses only.
~Must be 13 or older.
~Contest ends at 11:59PM EST on November 23rd.
~Winner will be notified soon after.

Extra Entries
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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Guest Post: Jus Accardo

Hello everyone! Today I have for all of you a great guest post from debut author Jus Accardo, who just recently released her YA novel, Touch.

About Jus:
Jus Accardo is the author of YA paranormal romance and urban fantasy fiction. A native New Yorker, she lives in the middle of nowhere with her husband, three dogs, and sometimes guard bear, Oswald. Her first book, Touch, is due out in November 2011 from Entangled Publishing. She is represented by Kevan Lyon of Marsal Lyon Literary Agency.


Voices in my Head
by Jus Accardo

One of the first bits of feedback I received when TOUCH started making the rounds was what an amazing voice Dez had. Fresh, unique, edgy… These were all words I heard. I thought, huh. Cool. And that was pretty much it. I didn’t dwell on it or obsess. I didn’t pick it apart or over analyze. It just was what it was. Dez’s voice.

A few weeks ago I had a writer friend come to me and ask how I’d done it. She asked me to give her tips on how to make her individual characters stand apart from each other. I’ll admit it. I just kinda sat there like a deer in headlights. You wanna know how I did it? I have no clue. I just did.

So I gave it a lot of thought and boiled it down to the one thing I think helped most. (keep in mind the only thing in this world that I’m an expert is being a klutz—I’ve broken more bones than an X-gamer—so this is just my take on things)


I’m not saying you should intrude on people’s conversations—though to be honest, I’ve heard some pretty weird stuff. There was a conversation I had the misfortune to overhear a few nights ago about a monkey, a bar of soap, and a blow up doll that I still can’t shake… But the key is to really pay attention to the way people talk. The real way people talk.

Most people don’t walk around spouting flowery purple prose. How do you do? Probably isn’t the standard greeting for this decade (I’m picturing Eliza Doolittle in that big hat—yes I’m an old movie fan ) Nowadays people are more likely to greet you with a simple hello or hey. Everyone has their own way of speaking. Most people have comfort phrases or words they use on a daily basis. Things that are unique to their individual voice. I had a friend who constantly used the word *twitch* pimpin. It was his thing. I know a girl who, instead of cursing, says crappers. That's her thing. If you pay close enough attention, everyone has a thing.

If you’re writing YA, listen to teenagers. I’m sure it’s not unheard of, but for the most part, it’s uncommon for teens to say things like flabbergasted and terrific. Each generation has its own language. Listen to it. Learn it. If it doesn't feel authentic, then people aren't going to connect with the characters.

What about you? Do you have any things? Something unique to your personal voice that might show through on paper (or screen) and distinguish you from others?


About Touch:
When a strange boy tumbles down a river embankment and lands at her feet,seventeen-year-old adrenaline junkie Deznee Cross snatches the opportunityto piss off her father by bringing the mysterious hottie with ice blueeyes home.

Except there's something off with Kale. He wears her shoes in the shower,is overly fascinated with things like DVDs and vases, and acts like she'llturn to dust if he touches her. It's not until Dez's father shows up,wielding a gun and knowing more about Kale than he should, that Dezrealizes there's more to this boy - and her father's "law firm" - than sherealized.

Kale has been a prisoner of Denazen Corporation - an organization devotedto collecting "special" kids known as Sixes and using them as weapons -his entire life. And, oh yeah, his touch? It kills. Dez and Kale team upwith a group of rogue Sixes hellbent on taking down Denazen before they'recaught and her father discovers the biggest secret of all. A secret Dezhas spent her life keeping safe.

A secret Kale will kill to protect.


For More on Jus Accardo
Website / Twitter / Facebook / Blog

Buy Touch
Amazon / Kindle / B&N / Nook / Book Depository

Monday, November 7, 2011

Money Savin' Mondays (24)

Y'all ready for some book bargain awesomeness?! It's time for the twenty-fourth edition of Money Savin' Mondays. To find out more on why I started this you can read the first post. If you decide to use the Money Savin' Mondays title, I'd appreciate a small mention for coming up with the name. Also, you can stay up to date on the latest bargains through out the whole week by following my twitter @PixieBookDeals. Other bargains can also be found in sidebar. Now, onto the deals.

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Sunday, November 6, 2011

In My Mailbox (106) + Art Festival Goods!

In My Mailbox
IMM is a weekly meme hosted and created by Kristi at
The Story Siren and was inspired by Alea at Pop Culture Junkie.

Won from Princess Bookie
~ARC Cinder by Marissa Meyer

For Review from Henry Holt
~ARC Melody Burning by Whitley Strieber

For Review from Simon and Schuster
~ARC The Pledge by Kimberly Derting

RAK Gift from @Luvdaylilies
~The Light of Asteria by Elizabeth Isaacs (For kindle)

RAK Gifts from Aeicha
~Marked by Kim Richardson (For kindle)
~Dirty Blood by Heather Hildenbrand (For kindle)
~Destiny Binds by Tammy Blackwell (For kindle)

RAK Gift from Amber
~Everblue by Brenda Pandos (For kindle)


So I got some awesome books this past week thanks to some very awesome people! I look forward to reading them. I also went to an Arts and Crafts Festival here at my college Saturday and came away with a few goodies, including two bracelets, a gorgeous green scarf, an origami box, and a flower magnet made with pages from old books. I also plan on actually participating next semester.

Hope you've all had a great weekend and got some great stuff in the mail!

Friday, November 4, 2011

E-Book Giveaway: Break Away by Tatiana Vila

Break Away by Tatiana Vila
Publisher: Smashwords
Pub. Date: October 10th, 2011
Pages: 306
Series: Away, #1
Age Level: YA

Synopsis via Goodreads
Ice Queen. That's what everyone calls Dafne at school. The girl with the striking looks of a Raven Princess but whose cold-steeled touch freezes everyone in her way. Her reputation works for her and she even likes it. People don't mess with her—except for her sister's infuriatingly handsome boyfriend, Ian, who loves pushing her subzero temper to its limits.

Life in Berryford is flowing exactly as she wants it—no drama, no boy trying to get into her pants—until she starts noticing odd, glazed-eyed students everywhere. Something weird is happening and, unusual enough for her, she needs to find out why. But when people start falling into a coma with no reason, among them Dafne's sister, she decides to take the matter in her hands, because if her intuition is right, this isn't something doctors or virologists can fight. This is something…more.

With frustration and guilt leading her way, and Ian forcing himself to her side, Dafne will step onto a road that'll open her eyes to why ignorance is bliss, why hate is so close to love, and why our imagination might be the most dangerous weapon ever known.


Contest Details
Thanks to the lovely Tatiana Vila, one lucky winner will receive a coupon to Smashwords allowing them to download a free ebook copy (available in multiple formats) of Break Away!

~Comments are appreciated but you must fill out the form to enter.
~Must be 13 or older to enter.
~Open Internationally.
~Contest ends at 11:59PM EST on November 12th.
~Winner will be contacted shortly after by me and/or directly by the author.

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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Author Guest Post: Taryn Browning

Hello everyone! Today I have a guest post from Taryn Browning discussing the musical motivation and inspiration behind her newest YA book, Dark Seeker. Enjoy!


Playlist for Dark Seeker
Taryn Browning

I like to listen to music when I write. The types of music I choose for my playlists are based on the mood of the scene, chapter, or story. Many times my playlists consist of Rock and Alternative, since I write urban fantasy and paranormal romance. Here are the songs I listened to when I wrote/edited Dark Seeker. They include some of my favorite bands – Paramore, 30 Seconds to Mars, Lesley Roy, Daughtry & Lifehouse…

Ghost of Me by Daughtry

Feeling Sorry by Paramore
Arise by Flyleaf
Thinking Out Loud by Lesley Roy
Smoke and Mirrors by Lifehouse
Turn It Off by Paramore
Hurricane by 30 Seconds to Mars
You Don’t Belong by Daughtry
Cut by Plumb
Let the Flames Begin by Paramore
Imaginary Enemy by Circa Survive
Your Call by Secondhand Serenade
Closer to the Edge by 30 Seconds to Mars
All We Have by Anberlin


I gotta say Taryn, great taste in music. 'Course, I say that cause I really like a lot of those myself. lol. Thanks for the post.

And readers, I hope you all enjoyed this post, maybe found something new to listen to? Or read, perhaps? ;) Would love to hear your thoughts. And don't forget to check out Taryn's book, Dark Seeker.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Indie Author Interview: Tatiana Vila

Today I would to like to introduce you all to Tatiana Vila, a lovely indie author who has just recently released her 2nd YA book, Break Away, following her debut, The Ylem.


TBP: Tell us a little bit about yourself.

TV: I graduated from a French high school in El Salvador, Cental America, and got a Bachelor's degree in Hotel Management from the Institut Vatel in Nimes (a well-known University in the south of France). Yes, I know what you're thinking. What's up with all this French stuff in her life? Well, I actually have no answer to that. Lol. But I do love the language. I guess that's one of the main reasons.

I can speak four languages: Spanish, English, French and Portuguese. But as you can see, I've chosen to write books in English because I absolutely love this language. It's more playful and fun to write. And why, you may be wondering, did I change my career's path and immersed myself in the publishing business? Because for the first time in my life I'm listening to my heart, and my heart tells me this is my true path, my true passion. Cheesy, I know. But so true :)

TBP: Describe both The Ylem and Break Away in nine words or less each.

TV: The Ylem: suspenseful, mysterious, romantic, heartbreaking, exciting, fantastic, lovely, dramatic.

Break Away:
mysterious, fantastic, witty, romantic, sexually tense, stirring, eye-opener, innovative.

TBP: What is it like designing your own book covers and which is your favorite?

TV: Designing my book covers is just as amazing as writing my own books. It's just another way of putting your creative juices to work. Luckily, my creative skills in this department are quite good (I like myself to believe) and don't need of another designer to do it for me, which is wonderful money-wise and time-wise :)

Even though I did it in collaboration with Kizuna-chan (another amazing graphic artist), until now, my favorite cover has to be Break Away.

TBP: So, I hear someone likes to sing in the shower. Anything particular?

TV: Busted! No, not really. Almost everyone knows this little infatuation I have with showers and vocal cords. There's just something about the bathroom's acoustics and water pouring over my head that ignites these 'lyrical outbursts' in me. It's my favorite place in the world to sing.

Adele's songs have to be my favorite, but sometimes Price Tag by Jessie J and Skycrapper by Demi Lovato sneak in. Okay, okay. To be honest, Today I don't Feel Like Doing Anything by Bruno Mars is my favorite. Perfect song to begin the day, don't you think?

TBP: You have to change your name to that of one of the planets. Which do you pick?

TV: Andromeda or Sirius. I know they're not planets, but I don't want to be too obvious and say Venus like everyone else :)

TBP: For the next week you have to live off of one particular food, which is unfortunate, but you get to choose which food that is. What do you pick?

TV: Spaghetti Bolognese! Protein and carbs in one dish. Perfect.

TBP: When having trouble with writer's block, what is your favorite thing to do to help clear it away?

TV: Watching movies and listening to music usually help my creative juices to get going again.

TBP: If you could co-write a book with any author, past or present, who would it be and why?

TV: Richelle Mead or Chloe Neill. Their writing is pure genius. Just go and grab any of their books and you'll see what I'm talking about.

TBP: Anything else you'd like to say before you go?

TV: Reading books is one of the most wonderful things we have as human beings, but you should never forget that the most beautiful thing we have is the real world out there. Enjoy it, cherish it and never stop smiling. And above all, love everyone without holding back. Life is all about that after all ;)

A big thanks to Tatiana for letting me interview her. I hope you all enjoyed the interview! Would love to hear your thoughts in the comments. And don't forget to check out Tatiana's books!


Check Out My RAK! (October)

I know you wanna see my RAK. *waggles eyebrows* Okay so first off, RAK stands for Random Acts of Kindness and is hosted by Vanessa and Isalys at Book Soulmates. RAK gives you the chance to randomly do something nice for another book lover, like surprising them with a book, e-book, etc. Plus who knows, someone just might surprise you with something you've been wanting too.

October was my eighth month participating.

I Gave:

To Amanda
~ARC Vanish by Sophie Jordan

To Emma
~ARC Deadly Cool by Gemma Halliday

To Ivy (Shipped in Oct. but won't receive til Nov.)
~ARC Pink Smog by Francesca Lia Block

I Received:

From Ivy
~The Girl is Murder by Kathryn Miller Haines

From R.J. Gonzales
~Mundahlia by R.J. Gozales (Kindle)

From @luvdaylilies
~Break Away by Tatiana Vila (Kindle)


A big thanks to Ivy, R.J. Gonzales, and luvdaylilies for the RAKs and to Vanessa and Isalys for hosting this awesome event! I'm already signed up for November and look forward to getting more books sent out. If you aren't already, sign up for November HERE. P.S. It's my birthday month. Just sayin'.

My Wishlists:

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Destined Giveaway!

Destined by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pub. Date: October 25th, 2011
Pages: 325
Series: House of Night, #9

Synopsis via Goodreads
Zoey is finally home where she belongs, safe with her Guardian Warrior, Stark, by her side, and preparing to face off against Neferet -- which would be a whole lot easier if the High Council saw the ex-High Priestess for what she really is. Kalona has released his hold on Rephaim, and, through Nyx's gift of a human form, Rephaim and Stevie Rae are finally able to be together -- if he can truly walk the path of the Goddess and stay free of his father's shadow.

But there are new forces at work at the House of Night. An influx of humans, including Lenobia's handsome horse whisperer, threatens their precarious stability. And then there's the mysterious Aurox, a jaw-droppingly gorgeous teen boy who is actually more -- or possibly less -- than human. Only Neferet knows he was created to be her greatest weapon. But Zoey can sense the part of his soul that remains human, the compassion that wars with his Dark calling. And there's something strangely familiar about him . . .

Will Neferet's true nature be revealed before she succeeds at extinguishing Light? And will Zoey be able to touch Aurox's humanity in time to protect them all? Find out what's destined in the next thrilling chapter of the House of Night series.


Contest Details
Thanks to Tara with Zeitghost Media, one person will win the newest book in the bestselling House of Night Series, Destined.

~Comments are appreciated but you must fill out the form for entry.
~Must be 13 or older.
~Open to US and Canada only.
~Contest ends at Noon EST on November 6th.
~Winner will be contacted soon after.

Extra Entries:
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