Showing posts from August, 2016

2016 Summer Indie Book Awards! And other news.

CHILD OF BLACKWEN and MISTRESS OF BLACKWEN were nominated to compete in the Fantasy genre for the 2016 Summer Indie Book Awards! It's a really great honor. I thank those who nominated the Artemis Ravenwing novels, it just reminds me that there's a lot of you who are really enjoying my work. It's the best feeling in the world. ^_^ 

Here's some more information about how you can vote for my novels starting September 1st:

"Readers can vote in any and all genres, and they can choose multiple books in a genre as long as they mark ALL those choices BEFORE they click the vote button. Poll Maker will limit voters to a single visit to each genre per day. Voting begins September 1 and ends at midnight the morning of September 11. This is a one-time deal; the top three books in each genre will be declared the winners!"
To follow the Summer Indie Book Awards more closely, voting and all, visit the Facebook page here and the website here. Please tell your friends and vote, …

This is Me by C.E. Wilson - My Review.

My Rating: 5 stars

My Review:

**I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review**

C.E. Wilson presents us readers with a new novel blending sci-fi and romance. We are introduced to Chloe, a singer looking to find her big break and trying to move past the substitute teacher status. In exchange for a semi-independent life from her parents and be able to live in the city, they buy her an Asist: an Anthropomorphic Sentient Individualized Servile uniT. They are the "trend" in her world: customized to the desire of the user and programmed with what is deemed "necessary."

Enter Rogan: Chloe's Asist who fulfills her every need. Even with the look she wanted him to have, down to the exact placement of the piercings and tattoos, the only factor that snaps her out of the fantasy is the dead green eyes that greets her at every command.

...until one day Rogan disobeys her. A spark of life is spotted within those normally blank green eyes. And it has happened more the day N…