Danann Frost Falls from Grace by Joanne Valiukas
I got this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Amazon product description:
Danann Frost is thousands of years old, yet young for her kind. She is a creature of the Light, an Angel, one of the Seraphim; a race of beings that live beyond our world. She has been cast out of paradise and Fallen from Grace, all for the love of a Dark One - a vampire. The only problem is, Seth did not want her and told her to go and not come back. Danann has made a life for herself amongst the vampires of this world and they protect her fragile nature. She and the vampire Asher live on the fringes of the human world; love and loyalty cannot separate them but trouble and vengeance are on their way.
I thought this was a fantastic story! This was a new idea for me - angel meets vampire and ends up falling from grace.
Joanne creates wonderfully thought out characters and places them in a world that has been built with imagination and focus. The attention to detail can be seen in all aspects of the story, and because of it the story comes alive. This book will draw you in and not let go until the end!
What are you willing to sacrifice for love? What is too much? How long is too long? Can love really be that strong? You will have to read to find out!
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Saturday, May 28, 2011
Review: Danann Frost Falls from Grace by Joanne Valiukas
Posted by Beverly at 6:00 AM 0 comments
Armchair BEA - day 5: Blogging about blogging
Before I start talking about blogging - I want to take a quick moment to say thanks to everyone who worked so hard to bring Armchair BEA to all of us who were unable to go to New York. Thanks a bunch - (this is where you all hear me cheering for you!)
So...blogging about blogging:
I LOVE blogging. My children think I have stepped off the edge and my boyfriend wonders how and when he started competing with my laptop for my free time. What is so cool about blogging? This would be a long list so I am going to only mention a couple cool things. 1. Authors. 2. Book bloggers. 3. Books. Okay that's technically a few not a couple.
What is so cool about blogging and authors? Before I started blogging I had met a few authors at various reading conferences and book signings, but I had never before had the opportunity to chat (I know it's cyber chat, but still...)with authors about their books. I talk to people about books every day - I work in a high school media center, but blogging is different than that. Blogging with authors is more like texting a friend. There is no line of people behind you waiting to have their book signed. There aren't people standing all around you snapping pictures. It's just you, comfortably sitting where you sit on your computer and the author doing the same. It's no pressure and you can fit it into your day anywhere.
What is so cool about book bloggers? How can you ask that of a book blogger? Really now, I have been and continue to be totally shocked by the number of people who are book bloggers. I LOVE to read and have only been blogging for a couple years. I have had the pleasure of 'meeting' (if talking back and forth about the situation is having a meeting) many authors that I would never heard of or read book by if it weren't for the internet and the group of reviewers/book bloggers that I follow. It has been a fantastic experience for me to find a whole community of book lovers.
What is so cool about books? Well this is one of those 'answers itself' questions. Everything about a book is great. The smell and feel of the paper and the cover. The possibilities within. The freedom they give the reader, you know: Go anywhere, be anyone, do anything, and maybe even add a meanwhile to the story somewhere.
With blogging about books - you are getting the latest information about the newest books. You are able to see book trailers. I have been able to host and participate in giveaways. I have both given away books and won books. I have just recently started being a part of the whole blog tour community. I love having the opportunity to read and review books, but my favorite part is the chance to find new authors who have written books that I love.
The only uncool thing about blogging is the amount of time I spend doing it, but I enjoy it so it's time well spent. Happy reading to all!
Posted by Beverly at 3:01 AM 3 comments
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