Great book reviews

Perfection 333x500Hey everyone, I just wanted to share a couple of great reviews for Perfection (Mad World, Book Three). In this entry of the unique YA urban fantasy, Team Orphan finds an almost too idyllic new home. Nothing could go wrong from there, right?

★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ “Perfection – great name for a great series. I said it once (or twice) and I’ll say it again – This series is FANTASTIC!” – Wall-to-Wall Books.

★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ “The Mad World series has reached is third installment, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised to see it grow and get richer and more layered with each book.” – Offbeat YA

These are only a few snippets so click on the links to read the rest of the reviews.

As a new release special, Perfection is currently only $1.99 over at Amazon! Check it out.

And if you’re new to the whole Mad World series, the book that started it all, Wakefield, is also at Amazon.

Perfection (Mad World, Book 3) released

Perfection 333x500Hello all, very happy to announce the third book in the YA paranormal series Mad World is now available wherever ebooks are sold. Well, maybe not every single on-line store, but a good chunk of them – Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Smashwords, the iStore, etc.

The first review, at Offbeat YA gave Perfection 4 out of 5 stars, calling it a rich and layered addition to the series.

The Mad World series follows teenagers dealing with abnormal problems (be they mental or magical, or sometimes both).

If you’re like me, and wouldn’t necessarily dive into the third book in a series, then check out Wakefield (Mad World, Book 1) at Amazon.

And if you’re also like me and want even more info before committing to a series, check out Mad World Headquarters.

(Then I’d read the books and tell me friends. Just saying.)

Perfection cover reveal

Hi, all. Quick update today. Perfection (Mad World, Book 3) is scheduled for release July 11, and here’s the cover!

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Erin and I have the galley now to proof before it’s finalized, good times. For all your Mad Word info, check out MadWorldseries.com.

Three May Days released

Three May Days - Evermore Island 333x500Awkward dinners, hidden secrets, and family expectations, oh my!

The latest in my Evermore Island series of short, fun ebooks is now available from MuseItUp Publishing. The series follows mythological beings who work in a modernized castle on a hidden island.

If you haven’t caught the series yet, check out Guardian of Cupid’s Heart (Evermore Island, Book One) over at Amazon. It follows a workaholic elf trying to succeed where Cupid failed.

Just in time for May, You can find Three May Days at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, MuseItUp Publishing, the iStore, and other retailers.

Tunnelville 5 star review

Tunnelville 333x500After all the wonderful Wakefield (Mad World, Book One) reviews, here comes a great review for the sequel, Tunnelville.

Blogger Wendy at Wall-to-Wall Books gives Tunnelville “5+++++ Stars!”

She writes, “I LOVE THIS SERIES! This will probably be my favorite series of the year!” and “Great storyline, great character development, great descriptions, and lots of great quirky lines.” For the rest of her review, check out Wall-to-Wall Books.

And for your ease, here’s Tunnelville’s Amazon page.

Two more great Wakefield reviews

We’re finishing up the Wakefield (Mad World, Book 1) book tour even stronger than I thought with two more great book reviews.

Blogger Emily at Hooked In a Book writes, “I felt overall that Wakefield is a very ominous account of daily routines of the teens in the institution jazzed up by random exciting incidents and mysterious conversations hinting at ‘special powers’.” Check out her blog for the rest of her review.

Blogger Paige at Electively Paige writes, “The book begins and gives us a nice, solid backstory that really sets the tone for the whole book, and then along the way you meet the most interesting cast of characters I’ve ever read about.” Check out her blog for the rest of her glowing review.

5 star book review

Wakefield CoverThe Wakefield (Mad World, Book 1) blog tour is nearing its end, but we’re finished strong. Today we received a wonderful 5 star review at Rhythmpoets.

Australian author Holly Hunt writes, “the paranormal element to this book grows and develops slowly into one hell of a climax.” For the rest of Holly’s review, check out her blog.

You can also check out the Mad World Facebook, twitter, and official website for more info.