Danielle The Book Huntress
- TX, USA
- member since October 6, 2007
Ive just read your review for the Hunger Games. VERY IMPRESSIVE. I notice you say you are an unpublished writer and you clearly have some writing style. If you dont mind me askign, why don't you consider self publishing as an ebook on Amazon Kindle / Kobo / Nook. And it costs nothing.
Its really not that hard and is very rewarding. Thats the road I have gone down afer too many rejections in a publishign world where so little new talent is picked up.
Ive seen your HG review. You can write and you udnerstand structure and emotion within literature.
Whjy not go for it?
Danielle, would you consider reviewing my book, "Lust=Death, Kiddies!" for Amazon.com. If so, send drop an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address, and I will post a copy in the coming days. To gauge your interest, search for the title on Amazon.com; however, because the book features mature content, do not do so on a work computer.
I was browsing your shelf today and was struck by how similar our reading tastes are and thought I'd recommend two of my more recent reads to you: Deathwatch by Ari Berk & Graveminder by Melissa Marr - hope you like 'em if you check 'em out!
Hello Danielle from England.
You have read so much fiction it is scarily impressive!
I’m searching for someone like you who has a good interest in fiction, with an interesting shelf that might be interested in trying out my novel trilogy "The DEAD LOOP". It is easy to read, emotive and a unique psychological thriller mystery about a man that dies every single day but has no idea why.
Part 1 is free on Kindle every 18 days or so, or 99c normally.
If it intrigues you at all and want to check it out, I would very much appreciate any feedback.
I have self published a YA fantasy action series, “Dragon’s Pupils” on Amazon and B&N.
My debut paranormal love story, “Last Kiss in Venice” will be available at beginning of July this year. Please find the blurb below for more details.
I just wonder if you are interested and able to review it in July or August. If yes, I’ll send you a free copy, and am also happy to provide free copies for giveaway on your website if you wish to do so.
I appreciate your time and am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Last Kiss in Venice (Legend of the White Snake)
Beside a bridge over a canal in Venice, Charlie is spell bounded not only by Caitlin’s absolute beauty but also by a mythical bond between them. The more he knows about her, the more mysterious she becomes. As they finally admit their love to each other in Paris, then move to settle down in Australia together, it looks like the start of Happily Ever After. But neither of them realizes that this is just the start of a heart-wrench love and hate journey.
After a Lifetime of searching, Caitlin finally finds her true love, settles down in the beautiful rolling countryside of outback Australia, and starts to raise a family, but her enemy is never far away. She loves Charlie deeply and is certain he is her soul mate, but she knows she can never reveal her secret, he must never know who she really is, and that is her downfall. Information in the hands of her enemy brings her life crashing down around her, in order to save all she has worked for; she must fight for her love and the right to survive.
“Last Kiss in Venice” is a reinterpretation of one of China’s most famous love stories, ‘Legend of the White Snake’. It is a supernatural love epic that encompasses both eastern and western culture to tell a story of love and hate, loyalty and betrayal, revenge and justice. This cocktail of oriental magic, vampires, and sword fights is a legend not easily forgotten.
"Madman in the Mirror" is a story about a man - Henry Johnson - who is raised by a psychopath and forced to watch - even as a baby - his father murder people on a regular basis. He is also abused and brainwashed, turning him into a sociopath. Henry stalks and murders people efficiently - he tells himself that he may be a killer, but he doesn't want people to suffer. He is haunted by hallucinations, including a specter in his mirror that talks to him.
“A.J. is a master at creating word images that remain with the reader long after the book is finished.” Richard S. Friedman
This MIGHT be a little like Dracula if written by J. K. Rowling. It’s a place where magic and vampires interweave for an exciting adventure.
New York City is under attack.
Dracula is suicidal in a world where evil vampires are in the early stages of taking over. The Master has lived too long and can’t find a reason to face another day. Nasty vampires are feeding on vulnerable mortals and causing chaos. Years ago he trained valiant sheriffs and expects them to defend the humans but they are being overrun. Piers Anthony, the author, is now a vampire. He spends his days attempting to get the Master to snap out of it and to defend the humans, without losing his head.
A 12-year-old girl is a rare hybrid, half human and half vampire; she was conceived the normal way, with her mother a mortal and her father a vampire. Jenny is slowly discovering that she may be a blood wizard. She’s already an accomplished vampire killer and can cast spells, but an underground figure has noticed the girl. Some believe that she might be the one of legend that tips the scale toward good.
Sheriff Alexander and his vampire German shepherd stand and fight for justice.
Will the red sheriffs be overrun? Will Michael finally get the courage to ask out the sheriff?
It’s a tale of magic, romance and fangs. Dracula: Hearts of Stone Book One of Three. February or March 2012.