Lazy Days of Summer Giveaway Hop and Summer Book Sale!

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Welcome to another Giveaway Hop hosted by I Am a Reader, Not a Writer, and Colorimetry AND a summer sale on The Fateful Trilogy!!!

Honestly, I WISH my days of summer were actually lazy! But they never are...LOL..sigh...

Anyway, if they were, I'd absolutley love to just read and read and read, well, and write and write.... Perhaps you're like me, and your favorite passtime is to read. And perhaps you not like me, and your summer is nice and lazy. If you're lucky, and that is the case, I'm going to offer eBooks as the prize this time because then I can give you instant delivery so you can instantly start reading!

The Prize:
The Nook, or Kobo, or Kindle eBook copy of either Fateful, Fractured, or Forever. Winner's choice of one book! (You must have an account with either Barnes & Noble, Kobo, or Amazon to accept this prize. USA only.)

To Enter:
This giveaway is now closed. Thank you for your entries! I will contact the winner via email very soon.

For two extra (optional) chances to win:
Follow my Facebook Fan Page.
Follow me on Twitter.

And now for the sale... For a limited time, The Fateful Trilogy ebooks will be discounted!!!
(It looks like the only prices that have updated are on Barnes & Noble. I'll edit this post when the prices are updated on Amazon and Kobo. ;)

If you're not familiar with the Fateful Trilogy, here is a description of  how the idea for this series came to me. After my teenage daughter wrote a short story based on the Frog Prince, I started thinking--what if the prince was cursed with being a vampire rather than being turned into a frog? And then I decided this character would be more interesting to me if he was British and like a modern-day Mr. Darcy. What I came up with was a young adult vampire romance with an Austen twist...

A huge fan of Jane Austen, Danielle hopes to find her own Mr. Darcy when she leaves Colorado to attend art school in London. Of course she knows it's silly to wish for that, naive even. But she's met enough males who lacked respect for women, a growing trend it seemed. And at nineteen...well.... However, on only her second night there she gets lost and is threatened by a stalker who proves to be immune to her martial arts training. Before she is completely overpowered, she is then saved by Ethan Deveroux.

While Danielle does find the romance she seeks in Ethan, he's no Mr. Darcy. Her hero is held by a spell which fractures their chance at a happy ending. During the day Ethan is closer to mortal than immortal and can date her like any other man. Yet, as the sun sets, the powerful magic of an ancient curse returns and the evil of that spell is revealed. When that magic begins, Danielle's fairytale romance ends because Ethan Deveroux is a vampire.

...Note: This series is not suitable for anyone who doesn't like glittering fairies, vicious pixies, hot vampires, the dashing Mr. Darcy, arachnids, or large amounts of snogging...

If you're still not sure if this series is for you, then perhaps you could try out Sophia's Cookbook for Mortals first. It's only .99 cents and it contains recipes based on the books and excerpts from each book. (This cookbook is FREE if you have Kobo right now, but the book will soon be enrolled into Amazon's Prime program. Please tell your friends who have Kobo and Nook to get their copy of the cookbook before it's no longer available to them.)

5~Star review of Sophia's Cookbook for Mortals by Natalie: (Thanks, Natalie!)

"Sophia's Cookbook for Mortals is so much more than a few recipes. First off I must say that the author has done a great job on the cover; Cheri's book covers are always beautiful. The cookbook starts off with an introduction by the author and also Sophia. "Enjoy my dear little mortals! I envy your taste buds." Then the recipes are divided into seven sections: Finger Foods and Dips / Soups, Sides, and Salads / Main Dishes / Breakfast / Tea Party / Fairy Refreshments / Puddings, Afters, and Desserts. Each section is introduced by Sophia and following her words is an excerpt from the Fateful Trilogy. I think the addition of the excerpts provides us readers a fun way to reminisce our way through the trilogy. And not only is each section introduced by Sophia, but she has something personal to say about each and every recipe! All the sections are full of delicious looking recipes begging to be tried; 71 in all. I'm looking forward to trying the Shrimp Taco's with a Honey-Butter Sauce and the White Chocolate Fairy Berry Cupcakes, among many others. There is also more traditional foods like Chicken Noodle Soup for Sick Mortals. Included at the end of the cookbook is an excerpt from the upcoming Max and Nadia Story by the same author. (Can't wait for that one!) I think this cookbook is appropriate for both fans of the Fateful Trilogy and those who are curious about it. Though the excerpts contain spoilers if you haven't read the trilogy. Well done Cheri!"

~Sale & Giveaway run from now until August 1st~

If you've already read and loved the eBook copies of The Fateful Trilogy, then enter the giveaway only for my readers that is posted on my Fateful Facebook fan page and win a signed copy!!!

Where to find my books:
Barnes & Noble:

(Note: Forever has also been uploaded to Kobo, but for some reason it isn't showing up yet. I've contacted them to see what the problem is.)


If you'd rather have print, discounted copies are available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and for free international shipping, get your books from The Book Depository. Of course, signed copies, that include a handmade beaded bookmark, are also available from my website.

Happy summer reading and thank you so much for visiting my blog! For many more chances to win free stuff, go here I Am a Reader, Not a Writer, or here Colorimetry! Up next...the Leibster Blog Award...

DMS said...

Thanks for the giveaway! My summer days are not as lazy as I would like them to be- but I am always happy that it stays light out for longer. :)

GFC: Jess/Fairday/DMS (old follower- but google keeps changing my name)
Twitter: @dms
fb: Jess Haight


Disincentive said...

Hi. I actually can accept ebooks from Amazon and I'm not from the USA. I just have an Amazon US account. :D

Cheri Schmidt said...

Perfect, Disincentive! If you haven't already, please do enter! And good luck! ;)

Denise Z said...

What a treat of a giveaway! Thank you for your generous participation. I recently got Fateful and hope to read it soon and what a treat to be able to win the next installment LOL Summer reading for me is pretty much the same as year round - all I need is a good book and I will eat it up rain or shine!