First. I feel a little odd mentioning this because it’s not like thinking about my health is anything any of you should be doing. But I still want to say that I had another endoscopy this morning, and I am now 100% ULCER FREE! No more ulcer for me! I can have orange juice and vinegar on my fish and chips and wine and cocktails and Coke again! Squee!
I’m very excited about this (as you can tell). And it means I don’t have to have more endoscopies after this, which is also quite cool.
So anyway. Moving on from that little bit of news.
I want to remind everyone that the Goodreads Q&A has officially started, and we’re having a great time over there, so if you have a Goodreads account join in! And if you don’t, it’s free and easy to register.
We have some awesome new SACRIFICIAL MAGIC reviews!!
The Book Savvy Babe gives it Five Stars and says:
I am completely blown away by this urban fantasy series. Each installment in the series brings more emotions, reveals more depth to the characters, and the power gets stronger and stronger. After what seemed like an epic battle in book 3, I was concerned that this book might feel like a filler book, or a set up for the next book. So, I was unprepared when Stacia Kane upped the ante with Sacrificial Magic and blew all of my expectations out of the water.
Sacrificial Magic is one of the most gripping, gut-wrenching, and thoroughly absorbing books I have ever read.
Sacrificial Magic (SM), the 4th book in Stacia Kane’s Downside Ghosts Series and it’s her best book to date. … Sacrificial Magic is a must read and is my current favorite book for this year and I say with total confidence that the only book that will probably top it will be the next book in the Downside series, Chasing Magic.
Fans of dark and gritty UF with damaged heroine and unusual heroes will fall in love with this series.
I suppose I should start this review of Stacia Kane’s next installment in the Downside Ghosts series, Sacrificial Magic, with my confession. I’m a Downside junkie, right up, and I have no interest in giving it up. Now, that’s not to say that I wasn’t ridden hard and put away wet, because I was. That’s just the way it is when you let yourself get willingly strung out on something. Even so, by the time it was over and I looked back on it all, took a deep breath and took it all in, I was glad for the ride and knew I’d do it again as soon as the train left the station.
…any other reviews I should be aware of? You guys know I like to link them as a way of acknowledging the hard work reviewers put into their work, so if you’ve reviewed the book and it’s not here–and you’d like it to be–let me know!
And of course, don’t forget that if you haven’t yet downloaded the PDF of the first three chapters of SACRIFICIAL MAGIC, you can do so here. And of course, don’t forget about the awesome contest I’m running, and the awesome Blog Hop that’s happening!