It's the official release day of Silver Hollow! More about that at this link. Back to book tour updates, today I wanted to share another digest, before we conclude in the next two days. Tomorrow is chalk-full of fun blogs to hop. So before we begin the farewell portion of our tour, I hope y'all will take a gander at the lovely blogs featured below:
1. The lovely Nicole of Nicole's Book Musings, shares an exciting excerpt on her blog. Check out more at her site:CLICK ME
The train jolted, nearly throwing her off balance. Amie scrambled to her feet and ran for her compartment. She banged her fingers trying to slide the door shut. Fear would win over logic this time, it seemed. She was half embarrassed with herself for freaking out. But her voice betrayed her terror as she leaned her forehead against her compartment door and said, “Come on…get a grip!”
“Actually, you might want to duck,” a familiar voice called from over her shoulder.
Amie pivoted round so quickly she had to shove aside her unruly curls. “You!”
“Aye, me,” he replied from her former seat.
“How the hell did you get in here? Who are you anyway and just how long have you been stalking me?” The questions came barreling past her lips while her eyes remained fixed on his and all she could think was the way he cried her name when the knife entered her belly.
Why did you call me Nimue? The question was on the tip of her tongue when he stood, suddenly alert and concerned.
“Clearly we have a sizzling conversation ahead of us. Now you really should duck, lass,” he said, his black eyes darting to the doors and back to her.
“What do you mean…” Amie sputtered when he threw himself flat against the narrow space between the seats.
He lifted his head and groaned with exasperation, “What do you think I just said? Are you truly that daft?” He then threw his arm over her head and yelled, “DUCK!”
She did not remember tripping, but her feet flew up behind her, nonetheless. And she landed in an ungraceful heap on top of the strange man the same time the world exploded with sound. A rain of bullets showered overhead and poked noisy holes out the window. Amie threw her hands over her head and an embarrassing shriek escaped her.
2. Becky On Books interviewed me, and concurrently made me confess more of my not-so-secret nerdisms ;p Check out her blog, and her quilts! She's amazing, folks, seriously.
Silver Hollow is a little different from my normal go to genre. However, it is a perfect reminder why I should do that more often. I thought it was pretty good. I liked Amie from the start and was fascinated with her story. She experiences horror and tragedy and then a twist I did not expect it all. I give Silver Hollow four stars and recommend it to readers who enjoy paranormal romances. Such a beautiful and magical tale. I received this book from the author. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
4. Sometimes bloggers go the extra mile, like What's Beyond Forks. Not only did she take the time to interview me today, she also shared her honest review! Read an excerpt of both below:
What's Beyond Forks 4 Star Review
Silver Hollow is the first book in the Borderlands Saga by Jennifer Silverwood. This is certainly an interesting & magical little world. I enjoyed Amie as a character, and it was just as much of an adventure for me as it was for her as she figures out her heritage and who she really is. As the reader, you'll figure it out long before she does, but it's still fun. There are many secrets. You'll meet several characters through this story, but be careful who you trust! *wink* I'm excited about this series, and I'm already looking forward to the next book!Silver Hollow by Jennifer Silverwood was kindly provided to me by Prism Book Tours for review. The opinions are my own.