Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Happiness Is a Good Review

You ever have one of those days where you just don't have much to say. I almost feel like telling you what I had for lunch -- PB&J and watermelon -- but that's just as boring. This morning, I finished one guest blog that turned out really great I think. It's an interview of Danaus taken by another nightwalker. The conversation takes place during Pray for Dawn so there are some very subtle hints thrown in there. The guest blog should be going up next week and I'll toss up a link to it when it is released.

I also finished a great interview for another website that asked some great questions and had me pinned down with some hard ones. That one will be going up next week as well.

In the meantime, I am still tickled by a fabulous early review that was released on Pray for Dawn by Literary Escapism. It fills me with hope that others are going to like the book! Here is a link if you are interested in reading it.

For now, I'm jumping back into the edits for Book 6. I am hoping to finish the first reading by this weekend so I can get it shipped off sometime next week. I've got a few other things piling up behind me at the moment that I want to get done. But the priority is Book 6!


Dottie (Tink's Place) said...

Hi Jocelynn!

I know Pray for Dawn is going to be great... trying to keep my mind pure, but heading over to LE to check out their review!

Thanks for letting us know

Dottie :)

Tine said...

Your books are going to be awesome!
I´m so excited, I´ve already pre-ordered them on amazon.
Ihad a little Series Spotlight special about your books on my blog (http://readingonthedarkside.blogspot.com/)
I hope you like it!

Jocelynn said...

Tine, Thanks for the great write-up! I'm glad that you enjoyed Nightwalker!

Jess (The Cozy Reader) said...

I'm sad to see lots of other bloggers getting review copies! :( I haven't received one and I would love to review it.

P.S. - I think I'd commented before about this BUT the comments on your posts are not readable because the black font blends in with your background on here. I'd recommend making the font white or a gray color. :(

Michael said...

Jocelynn, your books are creative in the way that they include fantasy and still have a firm grip on reality, and are among the select few books I keep on my bookshelf. I can't wait until pray until dawn comes out!