This is it ladies, gentlemen, and trans alike 🙂
Part 4 of The Chronicles of Xannia is nearing its launch — and that means:
!!COVER REVEAL TIME!!
This is just the teaser – lol!
Stop by Goodreads between 6pm – 7pm EST on Friday November 2nd to see the cover for the last book in The Chronicles of Xannia Series.
I’ll be conducting a giveaway for a free e-copy of the book and drawing names from all those who stop by and leave a comment either about the new cover or the series in general.
Just scroll down to the bottom of the book page to: DISCUSS THIS BOOK and you’ll see the thread for the Cover Reveal 😀 Don’t forget to refresh the page every few minutes to keep up with the incoming comments.
I’ll be answering questions to the best of my ability all hour — #nospoilers.
Hope to see you there 🙂
I don’t normally post my book reviews but this one had me as giddy as when I first finished writing book 1 of the The Chronicles of Xannia.
If you haven’t had a chance to pick up Time’s Tempest yet, maybe the Red Headed Book Lover is just who you need to hear from 😉
Note: This is not the Red Headed Book Lover, just a royalty free image from pixabay.com to represent her.
Time’s Tempest is an incredible, unique and phenomenal novel courtesy of a remarkable author, M.J. Moores. When I discovered Time’s Tempest and read the words ‘embarking as a guide into the death zones that are the Deserts’ I knew instantly that I had to read the book as well as share it with you lovely readers because how rare is that! I was intrigued right away as to why the Deserts are death zones and what has happened to make it this way. The fact that I was intrigued and wanted to read the book from the description alone shows us, readers, that M.J. Moores is a phenomenal writer who knows how to hook you from her description and premise alone! Time’s Tempest is a thrilling story that is shocking as well as entertaining, and the story managed to captivate as well as delight me from the first few pages. Time’s Tempest can only be described as the kind of novel for those that are looking for an escape and to be taken on an adventure because Time’s Tempest will provide this with its thrilling story that is hard to forget!
Click HERE to read the full review 🙂
Some of you may not know that in addition to writing, I am also a book reviewer for indieBRAG Medallion. I have been with BRAG for many years and I was honoured recently by having my debut novel, Time’s Tempest, receive an indieBRAG Medallion for excellence in self-publishing (not, I was not allowed to read my own book 😉 ).
BRAG Medallion is taking the time to highlight many of its dedicated reader/reviewers this year in an effort to show the humanity behind the award process and share what drives their readers. I have believed in the mandate of indieBRAG from day one, and I’m honoured to be interviewed about what it’s like being a reader.
Here is a brief excerpt:
One Reader’s Voice Out Loud with Melissa
Our readers are the foundation of what makes indieBRAG unique. They not only select the books to become the next B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree but give feedback to our authors. This feedback is important not only to the authors but to the reader as well. Readers carry a lot of weight in what we regard as quality in self-publishing. Not only that but how readers see author’s platforms and performance on social media. Today, Melissa is sharing her thoughts about promoting books on social media and much more!
indieBRAG: How do you find books and what do you think of social media and books?
I usually find my print books by visiting my local book stores and browsing the shelves. I tend to find my ebooks by browsing Goodreads. Social media and books isn’t something I’ve grown accustomed to yet, but that’s probably because I spend so much time on my computer for work that I’d rather get out of the house and explore.
indieBRAG: Do you go to an author’s website or social media when looking for a book or do you usually pick a book based on a search, on sites such as Amazon?
I don’t actually search Amazon for books. I will go in with a title in mind (if I can’t find it locally) and then make my purchase. I do look at Goodreads recommendations though. I enjoy visiting websites for authors I’ve discovered the old-fashioned way (and just so you know, I’m not even 40 yet!) or checking out authors who’ve found me via my review blog to delve deeper into who they are and what they’re writing.
Click HERE for the full Interview.