Friday, September 26, 2014

Marie Lu Book Signing Event in Manila (National Book Store)

Maire Lu Book Signing Event
Visit NBS Facebook site for more details


When and where are the book signings? 
November 22, 1:00 pm, at The Gallery, Ayala Center Cebu
 November 23, 2:00 pm, at National Book Store, Glorietta 1 

When will the registration be? 

Registration opens at 10:00 am on November 22 at The Gallery, Ayala Center Cebu and 10:00 am on November 23 at National Book Store, Glorietta 1. Each guest will be asked to fill out the registration form upon arrival. Separate registrations for each event is required should you wish to attend both events. First come, first served.

Is there a registration fee? 
No. There is no registration fee.

How many books can I have signed? Is there a limit as to how many people can have their books signed? 
You may have any number of books signed as long as they were purchased from National Book Store, National Book Store Express or Powerbooks, and we do not have any preset limit as to the number of people.

However, although we will take every effort to get as many books signed as possible, depending on the number of attendees, we reserve the right to limit the number of copies per person or limit the number of people in line. First come, first served. 

Can I bring old books or other editions of the books? 
Yes, as long as the books were purchased from National Book Store, National Book Store Express and Powerbooks. 

Do I need to buy on-site? 
No. You can buy books before or during the event. 

Can I have other items signed? 
No. Only books will be allowed to be signed by the authors. 

Can we have our photo taken with the author? 
Yes, you can have your photo with the author when she signs your book. However, we strictly allow one photo per person only.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Goddess Offerings #35 (Stacking the Shelves , In My Mailbox) " Jen E. Smith and Lissa Price Edition"

For Review
Dead Zone (Black Out #2) by Robison Wells  (ARC)
Feral by Holly Schindler (ARC)
Forbidden by Kimberly Griffiths Little (ARC)
Exquisite Captive (Dark Caravan Cycle #1) by Heather Demetrios (ARC)

The Garden of Darkness by Gillian Murray Kendall
Feuds by Avery Hastings

Another book hoarding from JP
Too many link LOL

 Signing Event Recap
"Jennifer E Smith and Lissa Price!!!
Omigosh! happy blogger"
Signed Copies! Thank you National Book Store

"Special thanks to National Bookstore, HarperCollins Intl, St. Martin's Griffin, Ravenstone 

Goddess Offerings is a meme hosted by Amaterasureads 
This will showcase the books we bought, received or borrowed!

What goodies did you get this week? Link us up

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Claudia Gray and Madeleine Book Signing Event in Manila (National Bookstore)

Claudia Gray and Madeleine Book Signing Event
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What: Claudia Gray and Madeleine Roux Book Signing Event
When: October 18, 2014, 2 pm
Where: National Book Store, Glorietta 1
Registration starts at 10 am

Monday, September 08, 2014

Blog Tour: Spirit (Sarah Midnight #3) by Daniela Sacerdoti (Plus Interview)

Book Description: The breathtaking conclusion to 
the Sarah Midnight trilogy…
Sarah Midnight has never been a normal teenager. She is a member of the demon-hunting Secret Families, caught up in a deadly war with the King of Shadows. Now she and her friends must travel to the ancient forests of Poland to find the portal between their world and the Shadow World, to destroy the King of Shadows' rule.
But are all members of Sarah's group really loyal to their cause? And will Sarah and Sean finally find a way to be together? Or will Elodie's vision of the death of Sarah Midnight be realised?

An ultimate sacrifice may be necessary to free humanity. It is time to face the Enemy. It is time for the final battle.

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  Author Talks: Daniela Sacaerdoti

Tell us a little about Spirit?
Well, Spirit is the third book in the Sarah Midnight Trilogy, the first two being Dreams and Tide. Sarah is the heir to a Secret Family, a web of hunters who protect the world from demons. Sarah’s parents are mysteriously killed and she finds herself having to take up their battle, with the help of her long lost cousin, Harry Midnight. But Harry is not who he says he is, and Sarah’s life suddenly takes a very dangerous turn. The three books follow her as she discovers her true powers and sets on a 
quest to save the world from the King of Shadows, together with the loyal, strong, generous Sean and a company of friends. Spirit takes place in a parallel world, the Shadow World, which is frozen in time from millions of years ago and full of fearsome predators. It concludes the trilogy, so readers will get to find out how everything ends for Sarah and Sean and their friends.

Dreams was published two years ago. Can you tell us about your journey in writing Spirit?
It’s been incredible. A real challenge and an opportunity I’m so grateful for. Sarah is one of my favourite characters among the many I’ve created, and I find it hard to believe we have now parted. Dreams was such a powerful thing to write because I put my heart and soul into it, and Tide was a roller coaster of emotions. Writing Spirit was bittersweet because I was glad to tie all those loose ends together, but it was so hard to say goodbye to Sarah, Sean and their friends. The finale is quite explosive, and I suspect my readers will shed a few tears – just like I did!

What’s your next project?
Well, I’m working on a companion for the trilogy and on a short story with Sean as a protagonist, which I hope to release soon in one way or another. In the meanwhile, I’m writing another adult book, Let Me Fly, set in Scotland. My two first adult books, Watch Over Me and Take Me Home – both set in the same little village in the Highlands – have been very successful, so hopefully my readers will enjoy this one as well.

Sneak peek!
Oooooh, cheeky! J Okay, here you go: ‘Sarah caught a glimpse of Sean’s profile as they were driving on – his handsome features were tense, tight. But underneath the fear and tension, Sarah could truly see him, see his essence – eyes clear as a summer morning and the golden skin of someone who’d grown up in a sunny place, still not faded after months in Scotland and now through the European winter. An image took form in her mind – she and Sean in each other’s arms, alone, in the darkness… But immediately, she chased it away. What was the point, if Sean was convinced they couldn’t be together?’


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