Amazing Giveaway from Fire and Ice Book Tours

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Falling leaves. Chilly temperatures. Fall has arrived with a bang. It’s the perfect time of year for reading! Enter this giveaway for your chance to win Amazon gift cards or some great ebook prize packages to fill your Kindle with. We’ve partnered with several great authors to offer you enough excellent reads to last you through the season. Organized by Fire and Ice Book Tours!

 

Enter to Win:

 
THREE $25 Amazon gift cards from Fire and Ice Book Tours

 

A huge ebook romance prize package including:

Phase One: Identify by Rose Wynters
Phase Two: Evaluate by Rose Wynters
Taken: The Vampire’s Concubine Books 1 – 5 by Desiree Broussard
Reckless Seduction by Amanda Young
Missing in Action by Amanda Young
The Maenad of Manhattan by Liz Meldon
Burdened (Book 1) by Peiri Ann
Tainted (Book 2) by Peiri Ann
Just My Luck by Gail Koger
Vexing Voss by Gail Koger
Love Exactly by Cassandra Giovanni
In Between Seasons by Cassandra Giovanni
In Chains (In Chains #1) by Michelle Abbott
Locked Together (In Chains #2) by Michelle Abbott
August Fog by A.L. Goulden
The Scale by Mika Jolie
Moonless (Maiden of Time Book 1) by Crystal Collier
A Shade of Mind by Roger Jackson
The Wild Bone: The White Alpha of Monroe by Julie Ramsey
Restraining an Alpha by Julie Ramsey
Desprite Measures – The Caledonian Sprite (Urban Fantasy) by Deborah Jay
“The Huntress – The Beginnings” (Part 1) by Nadja Losbohm
Hearts To Follow Series (#1-3) by Dana Burkey
Protected By The Falcon: The Ancestor’s Secrets Book 1 by Erika M Szabo
Dusk by Melanie P. Smith
After Dark by Melanie P. Smith
Hidden Lakes by Melanie P. Smith

 

A huge (other genres) ebook prize package including:
Anne by Carmen Stevens
Chains of Prophecy by Jason P. Crawford
The Drifter: Essentials Vol. 1 by Jason P. Crawford
Welcome Home: A Short Story by William Hage
Porcelain: A Novelette by William Hage
Forever Bound – #1 Bound by Darkness Trilogy by C.L. Scott
Goodbye John by KSHITIJ
Romance Novel Giveaways Blog – $.99 Ebook (Winner’s Choice)
The Fire Within: Book 1 of The Fire of the Soul Series by Racquel Kechagias
Last Ashes: Fire of the Soul Book 2 by Racquel Kechagias
The Belief in Angels by J. Dylan Yates
The Wolf of Descarta (Book I of the Dream Box Series) by Daniel Pike
This Tumbleweed Landed by Larada Horner-Miller
Newborn Nazi by Rhoda D’Ettore
Tower of Tears: The McClusky Series Book 1 by Rhoda D’Ettore
Havoc’s Cry by Loren Weaver
Archangel’s Salvation by Loren Weaver
Girl Found by Lisa Hall
The Legacy: Fate by GG Atcheson
The Legacy: Destiny by GG Atcheson
The Rabbi Aviva Cohen Mysteries: CHANUKAH GUILT (2nd edition) by Ilene Schneider
UNLEAVENED DEAD by Ilene Schneider
The Dead Game by Susanne Leist
Missy the Werecat by P.G. Allison
Glimmer by Nicola McDonagh
African Me & Satellite TV by Jo Robinson
Shadow People by Jo Robinson
Dawn of Steam: First Light by Jeffrey Cook
Dawn of Steam: Gods of the Sun by Jeffrey Cook

 

*Five WINNERS!* Click on the links above to read the blurbs.

Must be 18 or over to enter. This giveaway is open worldwide! Ends at 12:00 AM on 11/1/14. This giveaway is not sponsored or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, or Rafflecopter.

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Win a Signed Copy of The Wolf of Descarta

I’ve become something of a Goodreads addict over the last three weeks, and I decided that I’d participate in one of their giveaways. Enter here to win one of five signed copies of the first novel in the Dream Box series, The Wolf of Descarta.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Wolf of Descarta by Daniel Pike

The Wolf of Descarta

by Daniel Pike

Giveaway ends September 06, 2014.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

If you aren’t one of the five winners, you’re still in luck. The book happens to be on sale right now at Amazon.com. Click here for the direct link, and if you happen to pick one up, please add a review when you’re finished.

Here’s what the reviews are looking like so far:

“A remarkably descriptive dystopian Sci-Fi adventure.”

“A backdrop of psychic/machine-world-melded/phantasmagoria impels the coolest of stories with ease.”

“Pike shows an ability to blend good solid science fiction with today’s RPG craze.

“A rollercoaster ride, filled with hard turns and twists, unpredictable and thrilling.”

“Wonderful and terrifying.”

“Pike engages the reader from the beginning and doesn’t release them until the final page – which only leaves them wanting more.”

“It wasn’t what I expected and I found it uniquely interesting.”

“The pace is moderate with good grounding and the world building is amazing.”

“I was enthralled from the very first page and I was never disappointed.”

“Each chapter, like a game level, reveals surprising new information about the world and character abilities, creating greater engagement for the reader.”

“The Wolf of Descarta is great Sci-Fi, and that’s not even my genre of choice. The characters are intriguing, complex, and flawed.”

“Once I started this book, I was up all night just so I could finish it.”

“So if you are a Sci-Fi aficionado, and love original concepts mixed with ax-wielding badassery and sexy vixens, this book is for you!”

The second book in the Dream Box series, Betrayal at Phobos, is scheduled for release in early November. I’ll have more details closer to the publication date.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support, and good luck winning free books.

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Free Kindle While You Wait For Book 2!

In November of last year, I saw my first full-length novel hit the market. It was an exciting time, to say the least. I had fought long and hard to see The Wolf of Descarta in print, and the experience felt like the end of an incredible journey.

ImageI spent most of Winter Break in a euphoric stupor for a number of reasons. But when I wiped the confetti from my eyes and went back to my full-time job as a teacher in January, I realized I somehow had to write another one of these things, and then another. My journey wasn’t over.

In 90’s gamer terms, I had reached the end of disc 1.

And the coup de grace? I had years, more than I’d like to admit, to prune and polish the first book. I hadn’t written a serious work in a few short months since my old ghostwriting days, back when it was my sole occupation to crank out at least ten pages a day. Even then, I did this by living on thirst busters, bad Chinese food, and Jack N the Box–to disastrous results.

Plus, these were one-shots set in reality, not the Dream Box series.

I remember my college professors admonishing us not to get involved in writing a series because it will often drag on, stretch out, and eventually, fade away. I didn’t want any of that to happen to my characters–or to me. I enjoy the cliche that it’s better to burn out than to fade away, a quote that I shamelessly identify with the Kurgan and not with its original source.

ImageRaaaa-miiiiiir-ezzzz! Sorry, couldn’t resist.

Anyway, I’ve found new respect for writers who invest themselves in series work AND for people who live on a schedule, which I’ll admit was never my forte despite my position as a cog in the great machine that is academia. 

The next book in my Dream Box series, Betrayal at Phobos, is scheduled to be released this November. I have most of it on the way to my editor now, but I’m still working on the ending. Subscribers should start to see more material on this blog once this is complete, as well as more information about future publications in the works.

While you’re waiting for more of my ranting and raving, I suggest you enter the raffle my publisher is sponsoring, which can be found here. There are multiple chances to win a free Kindle Fire. After you win, you could always use that bad boy to download the Kindle version of The Wolf of Descarta. Please and thank you. :-)

Sure, you have five months to read it before the next one comes out, but don’t procrastinate. You could end up like me.

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