Fate Surrendered (Book 2 of the Fate Abandoned Series) is now available for 99 cents for a *very* limited time! 🙂
Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071XPGY6X
Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071XPGY6X
The early reviews have been fantastic.
"Even better than the first one! And it looks like the third one's going to be a doozy."
"The second book of the series is better than the previous one. The writer has found her 'literary feet' so to speak and her writing flows freely… If you like fairy tales, don't miss this one."
"The book was well written and once I started reading I just had to finish to see how it ended. I loved the twists as the story went. Would Princess Daphne survive and win? Great book 2. I cannot wait to read book 3."
"This book is very well written. It is a fast read, with lots of action. I appreciate that the love shared between herself and her soul-mate never wavers, even through nearly impossible odds. The book ends with resolution and acliff hanger for the third. I can barely wait to read it!"
And this is why I need your help. My goal is for my book to hit #1 in one of its categories and get that coveted orange "bestseller" tag… and I can't do that without you. Even if you're reading something else, buying Fate Surrendered now at the special launch price and adding it to your to-read pile (mine is growing at an alarming rate!) will mean the purchase counts toward the ranking and will make it more likely that we can really get some momentum with this launch.
As always, thank you for your tremendous support!
Is anyone else following along with Emma Watson's Our Shared Shelf reading list? I'm currently about halfway through Women Who Run With the Wolves. I admit that I was skeptical of this one, and I wasn't really into the setup of the book. But by about the first 50 pages I was hooked. It is incredibly empowering, and honestly just super interesting from a psychological perspective. I don't typically go back and re-read books (except for Frankenstein — don't ask me why, but I keep forgetting that I've read it, get about halfway through and then realize that I actually HAVE read it…), but this one I might have to come back to and read again one day. Whether you consider yourself a feminist or not, the heart of this book is really about the human spirit. Again, I'm only halfway through it, but I already can't recommend it enough.
If you're interested in check it out, here's the link: http://amzn.to/2omiuzn