Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Much Ado About Big Happenings

Happy Wednesday Everyone,

Bear with me, there is a lot to talk about:

Robin Badillo has a brand new paranormal series coming out, the first one was released on March 1, 2011 entitled Blood Hunter: The Beginning  Her paranormal romance, Journey Of The Damned Triology books are available on Kindle .  The first 2 in the Trilogy are available in Multiformat from Fictionwise (Fictionwise is a Barnes & Noble company, but you can't search their catalog on the Barnes & Noble website). Or you can go to her publisher, Devine Destinies. (Her books are only out as e-books). (I'm working out how to get it on my E-reader so I haven't read her work yet, but I have it on my list of books to read--but let me tell you, she's told me a little about her work and it sounds intriguing!)

I am starting Cheri Jetton's new Romantic Suspense, Crimson Snow. You can get it on Kindle or Nook. (I can't tell you much about it because I just started reading it!) The synopsis sounded good and I've read Jessie And The Ranger so I'm really interested to see what she'll do with a Romantic Suspense.

Just finished reading Alex Flinn's Cloaked. Wonderful fantasy YA novel--lots of fun.  You can get it at Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Borders / Kindle / Nook / Borders E-Reader/ Borders Compact Disc / From Barnes & Noble on Disc / From Barnes & Noble MP3 On CD

Did you pick up your copy of Scones & Bones by Laura Childs? If you like mystery and are a big fan of Theodosia and the Indigo Tea Shop (like me) you'll want this one--believe me, I know, I've read it and it's fabulous!

And what do I have to do to convince you to rush over and get on your Kindle or Nook, Melissa Ohnoutka's Faithful Deceptions?

March 29th will be the release of Kerrelyn Sparks' Vampire Mine and C.C. Hunter's YA Paranormal, Born At Midnight (the first in her Shadow Falls series).

Incredible things are in the works for this blog in March. I've got a review coming out later this month (an official one, like the one I did for Laura Childs' Scones & Bones; only this is a different author). Not to mention this other thing I've got up my sleeve--if all goes well in these planning stages (because I'm still working out some details) it will be one awesome deal!

I'm delighted that you, my dear readers, get to reap the benefits of everything going on here, because your comments, support, emails and returning here every day means the absolute world to me. Keep up the great comments!

And speaking comments...Got one you don't want to post on here or you have a question or suggestion? Feel free to drop me an email 

Have A Whimsical Wednesday!


Robin_Badillo said...

Great post, Bethany! Looks like you have offered a little something for everyone!! No reader will walk away empty handed with the variety here! Thanks!

Bethany said...


Well that's one of the goals of this blog--to have a place where people can find out about different authors and to talk about writing and all kinds of fun stuff. Glad you were able to drop by--always good to "see"/see you :-)

Melissa said...

Congrats on the series, Robin! Awesome! :)
And Bethany, you really do make finding something good to read easy! I love a variety. :)

Bethany said...


Good to see you on here and glad I can be of help :-)

Tonette said...

My so much to go for,I wouldn't know where to start,as here I am,picking up a backlog of anthologies...supernatural-fairy, etc.
My niece/best friend got me hooked on MJ Davidson,and I have found a wealth of other great writers through the shared anthologies. My newest (OLD) find is "Faeries Gone Wild".Besides MJ, I truly enjoyed all the stories and was enchanted with Michele Hauf's work. I will be looking into more of her works,I can tell you!
Thanks again, Bethany; you always keep my mind hopping!

Bethany said...


Hey, good to "see" you again. Sounds like you got a lot of great stories you're reading--fantastic :-)