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Quanta Giveaway Roundup

Hi guys! I’ve been going through one of those phases in life where I subsist on dried peas and water, go to sleep at six in the morning, and wake up at dusk wondering why I have no clean clothes to wear. Maybe I’m not taking very good care of myself, but I was fully expecting elves to appear and at least sweep up the crumbs around my laptop. Maybe even do my taxes. (Can elves TurboTax??)

Oh well. The upshot of all these long hours is that Quanta is coming and you have tons of giveaways to enter.

First on the agenda! Quanta’s blog tour starts today and it has its own Rafflecopter for prizes. Check out one of these fab blogs to enter.

Em’s Art & Words – Promo, Review, Author Interview, and Playlist
Books, Authors, Blogs – Promo
Les Chroniques Aléatoires – Promo, Review, and Author Interview
3 Partners in Shopping Nana, Mommy, + Sissy, Too ! – Promo
Bound 2 Escape – Promo
Angels with Attitude Book Reviews – Promo and Author Interview

And keep checking the tour list this week. I have different interviews and content on each stop, and I’m giving hints on what I’m up to next ; )

And! Cipher is on sale!

To celebrate Quanta’s release, Cipher (Shadow Ravens, #1) is on sale for 99 cents at all e-book retailers. Now’s the time to pick it up if you haven’t already ; )

Get your hack on:

Next: Goodreads giveaway! There are 10 SIGNED paperbacks up for grabs. Maybe if you win one, I’ll draw a picture of a donut in yours (or a narwhal–everyone loves narwhals).

And finally, reader prizes!! Ink Monster is hosting this one and the fab Ms. Candace Escobar chose the perfect prizes, representing all my favorite Etsy stores (PiggleAndPop! Rubipotamus!) + some Color Club polish, Quanta style for you nail hounds. Enter below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

And last, last. Thanks so much to all the ARC readers. The reviews are coming out and I’m so glad people are liking Quanta’s story. Here are a few quotes that made my day : )

 

Quanta is a jolted adrenaline-paced story of a cold, futuristic, dystopian, science-dominated world with a bit of spicy paranormal and sweet romance to flavor it up into a successful second installment of the Shadow Ravens Trilogy.

Angela

Pooled Ink

I loved this novel. I thought it was riveting, intense and romantic. I was captivated by the narration and the internal dialogue of the main characters, Quanta and Altair Orpheus. Both characters are diverse and lovable. The plot itself is captivating and very well developed. […] This is the second novel in the series, after Cipher, and holds up the high standards Cipher had put down. Both novels are intense, action packed and ultimately adorably romantic. The romantic tension between Quanta and Altair was thick and tangible. I totally recommend Quanta, especially to romance lovers, and give Quanta the star rating of FIVE OUT OF FIVE STARS!

Hannah

The Not So Public Library

This book was so well written and engaging! I loved it.

Emmeline

The Book Herald

Cipher and Shadow Ravens Cover Reveal!

Now that Ink Monster has spilled the beans, I can share this fabulous cover for the newest story from Aileen Erin, my alpha reader extraordinare!

Doesn’t it give you a terrible case of cover envy? If so, wait until you read the story! Cipher is now available for pre-order on Amazon and you’d better get the Shadow Ravens Series started early. The team at Ink Monster is co-writing this series, and my contribution’s on deck next Spring. So excited to be a part of it!

The Cover of Cipher, the Shadow Ravens by Aileen Erin

 Synopsis

In the not-too-distant future, the color of your helix tattoo shows exactly how your DNA was modified—green for super-smart scientists, black for pumped-up warriors, white for the immortal Seligo—but Cipher’s red helix is a death sentence. It’s a sign of unstable DNA, which is probably the reason she can manipulate electricity.

When she was eight years old, Cipher made the mistake of showing her uncle the tattoo. In return, he killed her parents and tried to kidnap her.

She’s been on the run ever since, and twelve long years later, Cipher is tired of hiding. Survival isn’t enough anymore. She wants her life back.

Hacking into the Citadel mainframe is a huge risk, but it pays off when she finds a database on red helixes. Before she can copy it, she loses control of her power, charring her last processor, and the only person in the Arizona Voids that can get her back online is her oldest friend, Knightly. She hasn’t seen him in person since she started running, and Knightly 2.0 is fully upgraded with a six-pack and knee-melting smile.

For a girl like Cipher, trust doesn’t come easily, but Knightly makes her yearn for a life she knows she can’t have, especially when every secret she reveals endangers them both.