Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Thankful For Books Giveaway Hop

I want to thank I Am A Reader, Not a Writer and Tristi Pinkston for hosting this wonderful giveaway! I'd also like to thank Darby Karchut for providing the prize! Now on to what you can win!

So a few days ago I shared with you the great new cover of Griffin's Storm, and Darby has been awesome enough to offer a print copy of Griffin's Storm to one lucky reader out there!

For centuries, there have been rumors about a lowly caste of supernatural beings known as the Terrae Angeli. Armed with the power to control Earth, Fire, Wind and Water, these warriors and their apprentices clandestinely serve as guardians for humans in danger.

An old enemy returns. A new alliance is formed. And Griffin finds himself in the eye of the storm when an ancient racial hatred is set loose, jeopardizing the very existence of the Terrae Angeli.

Once again, the teen guardian angel is forced to battle his worst nightmare. But this time, Griffin comes back swinging. With a vengeance.

After all, an eye for an eye...

Just enter using the Rafflecopter below and then hop on to the next blog on the list! (This contest is open to US residents only. Sorry S&H costs)

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  1. To be honest, I like the cover but am not a fan of the boy on it. He just doesn't catch my eye. :(

    Thanks for the giveaway and being a part of the hop.

    Best wishes,

  2. The story sounds great - but the cover isn't really catchy and doesn't seem to convey the same tone as the description of the plot. Since I haven't actually read the book yet, I don't know which is more accurate - I guess I'll have to let you know after I read it! :)

  3. The cover is ok the story sounds good but the cover just doesn't jump out at you

  4. I love the way the clouds are but the cover is just not too eye catching

  5. I think the story idea is great but the cover doesnt' really catch my eye.

    Suz Reads

  6. So what do you think of Griffin's Storm's cover?
    It does not tell me what the tale is about plus does not grab me and say, Read me.

    Very plain, very little detail makes me think it is not an entertaining read. The clouds over his head implies that the any action in the book is in his thoughts, the storm is in his head, certainly not a battle between groups of beings. Thank goodness for back covers, excerpts and reviews!

  7. Airy, lol. It could use some more...something. BuThe story does sound interesting though.

  8. I like the cover! It's nice and simple!