Summoning the Night! (giveaway)

Happy Release Day to the lovely Jenn Bennett for

Summoning the Night

The fabulous Book 2 in the Awesome Arcadia Bell urban fantasy series!

Yay! Congratulations, Jenn!

And look! When Mr Postman brings me my copy, 'Put-Upon Hound' will pose with it just like this! *g* (Yep, the pic's 'shopped ;p)

"So, how do you know book 2 is fabulous?" I hear you ask.

"Why, because I've already read it, of course!" :-D

When Jenn's first book - Kindling the Moon - came out, I bought it, read it, LOVED it (Hound not so much, but hey, if it's not food, she's just that not into it *shrug*) then I stalked Jenn until she gave me suggested to Jenn that if she had a copy of Summoning the Night finished I'd be thrilled to read it. My nefarious plotting worked She said yes! Yay! And I can tell you, if you liked Kindling (and Cady, Lon (*fans herself*) and the adorable Jupe!), then you're gonna LOVE Summoning, which has lots more of all three, plus a super-cool story!

So in celebration of Summoning's release day and to spread the reading love I'm giving away a copy! Woot! (Full details at end of post).

But that's not all!

If the winner hasn't read Kindling (and is OCD like me likes to read a series in order) then they'll get both books. Or if the winner has read Kindling they can choose a different book from one of my fav authors (see below: includes me ... *g*).

So what do you have to do for a chance to win these two fabulous books?

Simply tell me in the comments what's been your favourite read, so far, this year!
(Full giveaway rules and details below)

So what are you waiting for? Go leave a comment and enter!

Here's a fun guest post Jenn did about authors' mothers for the blog last year (with added - unsanctioned - Buffy!) *looks innocent*

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SUMMONING THE NIGHT: Arcadia Bell Book 2 (Available now! Yay!)


After narrowly escaping her fate as a sacrificial scapegoat, Arcadia Bell is back to normal. Or at least as ordinary as life can be for a renegade magician and owner of a tiki bar that caters to Earthbound demons. She’s gearing up for the busiest day of the year—Halloween—when a vengeful kidnapper paralyzes the community. The influential head of the local Hellfire Club taps Cady to track down the fiendish bogeyman, and now that she’s dating red-hot Lon Butler, the club’s wayward son, she can hardly say no.

Cady and Lon untangle a gruesome thirty-year trail of clues that points to danger for the club members’ children. But locating the person behind the terror will require some metaphysical help from Cady’s loyal bar patrons as well as her potent new Moonchild powers—and she’d better figure it out before the final victim disappears and her own darkest secret becomes her biggest enemy.

Full giveaway details
-Tell me in the comments what's been your favourite read, so far, this year!
-Leave a way for me to contact you - email address (replace @ with at to foil the spammers), twitter name (no contact details means no entry, sorry).
-Winner will be chosen by and notified by email and on the blog here. If I don't hear back within 7 days from winner then a new winner will be chosen, so keep an eye out :-).
-1 entry per person (enter here or on my LJ)
-Giveaway open internationally where Book Depository deliver.
-Giveaway closes May 1, 2012, at midnight GMT time.
-1 random winner will received 2 books: a copy of Summoning the Night and Kindling the Moon, or if winner has read Kindling then they can choose 1 book from these authors:
Jaye Wells
Nicole Peeler
Ann Aguirre
Allison Pang
Chole Neil
Jennifer Estep
Suzanne McLeod :-)


*Anita* said...

My fav read so far this year would have to be 'Celebrity in Death, by JD Robb'. I absolutely love her books and inhale every one. :o)

Unknown said...

I was lucky enough to read Summoning the Night before its release and it was fantastic! Thank you for the giveaway :)
My favorite read this year so far would be Grave Mercy by LaFevers and Dark Frost by Jennifer Estep. Can't really choose between the two of them :)


kara-karina@Nocturnal Book Reviews said...

Woohoo! I loved the first book, and I'm very much looking forward to the second one :) My absolute favorite this year so far is Beauty Queens by Libba Bray. What a book! :)
impy80 at hotmail dot com

Eli Yanti said...

my favorite book this year is first grace to the right by darynda jones :)

Millionmph said...

Omg, awesome contest!
Favorite book so far...gah! I've read over 60 already, but Third Grave Dead Ahead by Darynda Jones has to be one of the top! Hilarious, action packed, and sexy as hell!
Thanks for the chance to win!

Melliane said...

oh thanks for the giveaway! Wow my favorite book, so difficult I had a lot of wonderful books this year. well, I think I would say Late Eclipses by Seanan McGuire. (lol do you know how long I stayed behind my five stars books to choose one? A lot lol)


Aurian said...

Ooo great plot to get an early copy! I haven't read the books yet, but really want to :) I have all your books already ;)

My favourite book this year, Envy by JR Ward. New discovered author: Gini Koch.

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Blodeuedd said...

Fav book so far this year...oh that is hard! I read too mnay good books it seems..
*thinks hard*
My re-read book, The Eye of the world by Robert Jordan. Nothing can beat it

blodeuedd83 on twitter

Sullivan McPig said...

Ergh... I read a couple of really great books this year, so now I'm wondering which one to name...

Ok: sins of the Angels by Linda Poitevin. It was so cool that I pre-ordered book 2 mere minutes after finishing it.


Sabina said...

Hmm, there's so many to choose from!!!
Well, I would say The Bitter Seed of Magic, but I've read that last year....
Sooo... Some Girls Bite by Chloe Neill or Touch of Frost by Jennifer Estep - both series that I've stumbled across this year :-)

Barbara E. said...

My favorite read so far this year is Shaedes of Gray by Amanda Bonilla. Although Cherie Priest's Hellbent is right next to it on the top of the list, it's definitely a tie.

Barbed1951 at aol dot com

Liongoddess said...

I'd have to go with The Restorer by Amanda Stevens. at least for now. there are so many good books out there, it's hard to pick just one!

Negine said...

My favorite read for a series so far this year was the October Daye series (glommed entire series!) and my favorite read, single book, was Kindling the Moon :) LOVED it so much.


Ren said...

Kiss of Snow by Nalini Singh. Can't wait to read Jenn Bennett's book!

email : sawamura_foxman AT yahoo DOT com
twitter : @r3n87

Sofija Kapranova said...

My favorite read so far this year was Finnikin of the Rocks by Melina Marchetta. And I can't wait to read next Aracadia Bell book!

Mel said...

My favourite read of the year so far is The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook - it has everything in it: zombies, romance, steamships, sea monsters, actions, adventure - just loved it! :)

I haven't read Kindling yet - but it looks like my sort of read!

Mel S

Teril said...

So far this year I was thrilled with A Perfect Blood.

Teri C
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twit @TeriCrusley

Sara M said...

My favorite read so far this year is By a Thread by Jennifer Estep.

Sara M
sara_UFblog [at] yahoo [dot] com

L. Blanchard said...

I've read so many great Urban Fantasy's already this year, its hard to chose. But my favorite (surprisingly favorite) book so far this year was Lord Of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase. Best REgency Ever.

I haven't read Kindling the Moon, sounds great.

Natasha said...

My favorite read so far was Fever by Lauren DeStefano. Thanks for the chance to win!
natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

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