Thursday, June 28, 2012

Dreamwalker Tour Blitz

Hello again my amazing followers, I hope you are all doing great. Today we are welcoming Andrea Heltsley, author of Dreamwalker, the first book on the Persephone’s League of Immortals Series. She is here to share with us her picks for her perfect Dream Cast! WARNING: side effects may include some drooling, take the necessary precautions ~.^

Andrea is a biology nerd who loves reading just about anything paranormal and some chick lit. She enjoys sunshine and her two Italian greyhounds with her husband. She always write to music, it helps the creative process. Dissolve is her first novel. She has been writing ever since she was in grade school and have finally decided to make a career out of it. More books to come summer 2012 and 2013.

Dreamwalker is a new Paranormal Romance that follows Noel as she discovers a world she never knew existed.

Noel Kennedy lost her boyfriend, her job and her dignity all in one week. Then something happened and she began to dream of this stranger she had never met. She couldn’t resist the man of her dreams named Jared especially when she met him in real life. Entranced, she slowly unraveled a world she was meant to stay out of. Her life was not what she thought it was once a sexy Boone stepped into the mix and shook things up. Can she escape a life of servitude or immortality for a chance at love?
Andrea, thank you for dropping by today to chat. So without further ado, everyone, I leave you in Andrea’s hands.

This would be my ideal cast for the characters of Dreamwalker. *swoon* The guys are so smoking hot!!!! I would have trouble choosing too! Jared looks so sexy and mysterious, while Boone looks like the hottest bad boy ever. Noel has it so Poor Autumn, Augustine is so dreamy at first, I would be giddy around him too:)

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Review: Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost

Title: Once Burned
Series: Night Prince Series, Book 2
Author: Jeaniene Frost
Publisher: Avon Books
Length: 352 Pages | 1209 KB (Kindle Edition)
Publication Date: June 26, 2012
Available Formats: Paperback, Mass Market Paperback, Kindle Edition, eBook, Audiobook.
Source: Bought
My Rating: ★★★★★
Get it @: Amazon | Book Depository

Book Description:
She's a mortal with dark powers...
After a tragic accident scarred her body and destroyed her dreams, Leila never imagined that the worst was still to come: terrifying powers that let her channel electricity and learn a person's darkest secrets through a single touch. Leila is doomed to a life of solitude...until creatures of the night kidnap her, forcing her to reach out with a telepathic distress call to the world's most infamous vampire...
He's the Prince of Night...
Vlad Tepesh inspired the greatest vampire legend of all—but whatever you do, don't call him Dracula. Vlad's ability to control fire makes him one of the most feared vampires in existence, but his enemies have found a new weapon against him—a beautiful mortal with powers to match his own. When Vlad and Leila meet, however, passion ignites between them, threatening to consume them both. It will take everything that they are to stop an enemy intent on bringing them down in flames.

Once Burned finally came out today! Kindle rules! I pre-ordered my copy months ago (when the original release date was still March ^.^) I waited until midnight EST, which for me is actually 1:00am, to finally begin the story. I told my boyfriend and my sister not to bother me, I wasn’t putting the book down until I was finished; and I didn’t. It was past 7am when I was finally done with the book. Was it worth it? Oh hell yeah!

We first met Vlad at At Grave’s End, the third book on the Night Huntress Series, and he quickly became my second favorite character. Bones has the number one spot, but oh, Vlad gives him quite a fight and after this book, it’s an all-out war. Can you imagine a duel between these two?

Vlad is still his arrogant pompous self, but don’t we love him like that? Although the story is seen from Leila’s point of view the entire time, we get thrown head first into Vlad’s domain, gaining an incredibly insightful look at the best known vampire in history; but don’t you dare call him Dracula. A man that had garnered a reputation of ruthlessness so great that he acquired the moniker of “the Impaler” before he was turned into a vampire.

It takes a special type of woman to match Vlad without falling into the submissive role; and that person is found in Leila. She is a survivor, a young woman who suffered an accident as a teenager that scarred her for life and also left her with some pretty nifty abilities. After a particular situation at the beginning of the book (sorry, not telling you) these abilities have gone public and have placed her in right in the middle of some ruthless vampires crosshairs. Vampires that will stop at nothing to use her as a pawn in their devious plans.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Facebook Pages and Recent Changes

Are you following Journey with Words on Facebook? If you are, are you getting all the posts on your News Feed? I know I don’t post every single day, but you might not be getting even the ones I do post. Why? Because it seems that Facebook is changing its engine to force us to pay to push our feed unto yours.

Facebook’s new feature only shows the Page content on the feeds of those who have had more interaction with any given page. If you like to see the content but don’t comment or “like” many or any of the links and messages, you will not receive the updates on your News Feed.

But, like everything in life, there seems to be a workaround to this new “feature;” two actually. Thanks go to Cinda Baxter from Always Upward: The Blog for noticing this issue and more importantly, for letting us all know about it and how to fix it. I read about these workarounds on her blog first; I’m only re-posting it so that you, my followers, are aware. All credit goes to her (included on the credit section below).

So what can you do if you’d like to see our updates in your News Feed? Click on the links to reach their respective section:
So, here is how: (Psst, This can be applied to as many Pages as you “Like”)

Friday, June 22, 2012

Cover Reveal: Determinant by A.M Hargrove

Welcome back my amazing followers and lurkers, I know I've been away from the blog lately, but I'm mostly working on fixing it for better content from behind the scenes, sort to speak. So I'm dropping by today to bring you a Cover Real!

Determinant is the 3rd in The Guardians of Vesturion Series by A.M. Hargrove. A Young Adult Paranormal Romance with some Sci-Fi elements.

Book Description:

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Review: The Reptile Room by Lemony Snicket

Title: The Reptile Room
Series: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2
Author: Lemony Snicket
Publisher: HarperCollins
Length: 190
Publication Date: September 30, 1999
Available Formats: Hardcover, Paperback, Kindle Edition, eBook, Audiobook.
Source: Xmas Gift
My Rating: ★★★★☆
Find it @: Amazon | Book Depository

Book Description:

After narrowly escaping the menacing clutches of the dastardly Count Olaf, the three Baudelaire orphans are taken in by a kindly herpetologist with whom they live happily for an all-too-brief time.

After enduring several hardships in the hands of Count Olaf the Baudelaire Children are sent to live with the kind, happy, fun, gentle, and brilliant Dr. Montgomery. He and the Children bond rather quickly. Even though the death of their parents and the abuse they suffered at the hand of Count Olaf are still fairly fresh in the children’s minds the Baudelaire’s soon find themselves having a good time while helping Dr. Montgomery or Uncle Monty as he rather have the Baudelaire Children call him.

At first, the book starts off in a very gloomy way but as the story progresses the reader may quickly find him or herself enjoying what is a seemingly happy story after all. But it’s not long before Lemony Snicket makes do on his promise of an unhappy story and takes all the joy, happiness, and cheer and smoothly turns it into despair, anxiousness, sadness and hopelessness.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Blog Affiliation

Blog Affiliation and what it means to Journey with Words and its followers.

I have caved; Journey with Words is officially affiliated. What’s an affiliate? Which are my affiliations? What does this means for me and the blog? What does this means for you, the follower? How does it affect the blog? Will reviews be influenced by this? Why did I do it? What will I use the money for? I’ll answer your questions here.

What is an affiliate program?
Affiliate programs or “affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought about by the affiliate's own marketing efforts.” (Taken from Wikipedia)

Basically, for every customer that I refer to the affiliated site I get paid a commission.

Which are my affiliations?
I have applied (and been approved) to two affiliation programs; Amazon Associates and The Book Depository Affiliate Program. Therefore, only links to either of those two websites will have any effect on commissions. I sometimes add links to other places (sites) like Goodreads or Smashwords. You will usually see them in posts that are tied to a Blog Tour or Hop (or related event); I do not have any affiliation with those sites. I only add them to give you guys better content.

What does this means for the blog?
For the blog it means that now, whenever you click on a link that takes you to Amazon or Book Depository, there is a chance that I get a commission from the transaction. The commission percent begins at 4% from the sale.

What does this means for me?
This means that now I have a way, or at least the possibility, to maintain the blog effectively.

What does this means for you, the follower?

Sunday, June 17, 2012

New Blogger (sort of..)

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are all doing great today! I wanted to drop by and let you all know that my sister has joined me (again) in reviewing books for Journey with Words. She had previously joined but due to her academic load -she is a high school student- she couldn't review the books. Now it's summer and she will be guest posting here, at least until classes begin anew on August. Any post that you see signed as:
...means it was done by her.

Let's give her a warm welcome!

Silros is a 15-year-old high school student best know among her friends as the Mad Hatter's daughter. She will be reviewing Young Adult books as well as Children Books. Her first review for the blog is The Bad Beginning, the first book on Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.

Thank you,

Review: The Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket

Title: The Bad Beginning
Series: A Series of Unfortunate Event, Book 1
Author: Lemony Snicket
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Length: 176 Pages
Publication Date: September 30, 1999
Available Formats: Hardcover, Paperback, Kindle Edition, eBook, Audiobook.
My Rating: ★★★★☆
Get it @: Amazon | Book Depository

Book Description:
Dear Reader,

I'm sorry to say that the book you are holding in your hands is extremely unpleasant. It tells an unhappy tale about three very unlucky children. Even though they are charming and clever, the Baudelaire siblings lead lives filled with misery and woe. From the very first page of this book when the children are at the beach and receive terrible news, continuing on through the entire story, disaster lurks at their heels. One might say they are magnets for misfortune.

In this short book alone, the three youngsters encounter a greedy and repulsive villain, itchy clothing, a disastrous fire, a plot to steal their fortune, and cold porridge for breakfast.

It is my sad duty to write down these unpleasant tales, but there is nothing stopping you from putting this book down at once and reading something happy, if you prefer that sort of thing.

With all due respect,

Lemony Snicket

This story takes place in an extremely FILTHY house owned by the strange, scary and mysterious Count Olaf. This house is set in the other side of the town in which the children live. Once the children start to live and try to adjust to their new lifestyle they are quick to realize that it will be impossible for things to get better for them. Most of the feeling of the story is one of darkness, sadness and misery with very few moments of happiness or joy.

Books in News #11

A wrap-up of recent events, announcements, releases, or other news circulating the web.

Hello my amazing followers and lurkers. First of all let me wish you and your love ones a very Happy Father's Day to all of you and your love ones!
Happy Father's Day!

It’s time for Books in News #11, todays post covers news between June 10, 2012 and June 16, 2012; and it features:

Books Fighting Cancer, Jeaniene Frost, Kresley Cole, The Book Depository, Charlaine Harris, Karen Marie Moning, Catching Fire, Resident Evil: Retribution, Magic Mike.

Let’s start the show with some good biddings; Chelsea from Vampire Book Club have joined forces with various publisher houses to bring a series of special auctions called Books Fighting Cancer Charity Auctions. So what is it about? Well, as the name suggests you bid on books, but not just any book, you bid on packages of books from some of the best known Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy authors. The proceeds will go to Barrow Neurological Institute. Head over to Vampire Book Club for more information on the auctions. So that you all have an idea, the authors donating books (ARCs, signed copies, chances to name a character after you, etc.) include (info taken from VBC):

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Review: The Concubine's Gift by K. Ford K.

Title: The Concubine’s Gift
Series: Standalone
Author: K. Ford K.
Publisher: Self-Published
Length: 151 Pages
Publication Date: January 29, 2012
Available Format: Kindle Edition
My Rating: ★★★★★

Book Description:

Bernice Babbitt, a sexually inhibited, thirty-nine-year-old woman, leads a peaceful life in the tiny resort town of Valentine, Nevada. Living only two miles from the famed bordello, The Honey Bunny Ranch, she can’t imagine what goes on behind its closed doors.

Inside the makeup case, Bernice discovers a forgotten jar of face powder, the secret to Blissful Night’s success. Thinking the face powder is an herbal concoction that will beautify her skin, Bernice begins to use it, only to find that the powder causes her to see visions of other people’s sex lives.

Bernice is horrified to discover that the only way she can rid herself of the visions is to blurt out sexual advice. Soon the entire town is in an uproar. But it isn’t until Bernice learns more about Blissful Night’s past that she knows what she must do.

The Concubine’s Gift is a delightfully sexy novel in which Bernice Babbitt is drawn into a seductive world she never knew existed. A provocative and entertaining Pandora’s Box of a tale!

Things begin to change when Bernice buys an old, black-lacquer makeup case in an antique shop. The case once belonged to Blissful Night, the most famous and powerful concubine in Hong Kong. According to legend, Blissful Night could give a man more pleasure in one night than he would have experienced in an entire lifetime.

A story about sexual discovery, empowerment and the happiness achieved through self-acceptance and love. A surprisingly beautiful story that blends in everyday aspects with well preconceived taboos giving an almost puritan yet extremely curious woman the ability to see other people’s sexual experiences and the elated feelings that accompany such moments.

The Concubine’s Gift follows Bernice as she struggles to accept her inner most emotions and desires that contrast greatly with her strong, religious upbringing. As daughter of the town’s minister and the only charm school teacher with a rebellious brother, Bernice has spent her entire life avoiding confrontation, swallowing her opinions and making sure that she pleases everyone else at the expense of her own happiness and satisfactions. The only signs of Bernice’s true thoughts and ideals are encased in a very private, much hidden collection of erotica memorabilia.

The story contrasts the sense of decorum versus sexual liberation. I was surprised at how easily I was sucked into it. I enjoyed following Bernice and the other various characters as they made their journey to blissful love making; yes, not just sex –love making. That is ultimately the main theme of this book, love so instinctual that it’s reached its maximum through unrestricted carnal expression.

The story also juxtaposes the current believes and the new openness when it comes to, well, almost everything, versus the ideas and moral values engraved in our subconscious by our family, our community and our culture. This is most evident by the town’s division in opinions when it comes to the bordello.

The bottom line is that I really enjoyed this book, and even though it’s just a fiction story, it makes you reconsider your notions and your stance on sexuality.

Some quotes:

This one: 
“Bernice was fascinated by Trinket because she wore her sexuality as openly as a fragrant perfume. She was also amazed by the fact that Trinket found life so easy and satisfying.” (Kindle Locations 131-133) 
In contrast with: 
“She [Bernice] didn’t like anything that had an adult theme, with only one exception, her collection of erotic female memorabilia. They were all antiques, fragments of other women’s sexuality that was somehow easier to deal with than her own.” (Kindle Locations 143-145) 
There is:
“It’s just as well,” she thought. “If I told them what I really think, they’d shit roses.” (Kindle Locations 159-160) 
In contrast with: 
“But Bernice also did not believe that hiding her true opinions and sexual feelings was dishonest. She thought it was similar to hiding a defect and Bernice felt that her defect was that she had too much sexual interest, too much excitability and far too much empathy for prostitutes. She never once considered that properly channeled, her sexuality might be normal or that her opinion might be right.” (Kindle Locations 245-248) 
And this one simply because it’s pretty awesome:
“The erotic arts have the same goal as religion; to prevent men from acting like beasts.” (Kindle Locations 1430-1431)

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Straight to Heaven Prize!

Hello Everyone!

On May 26, 2012 I had my stop as part of Michelle Scott's Straight to Heaven Blog Tour, hosted by Dani from Pen to Paper. The amazing Michelle surprised us blogger by doing a second giveaway for us as appreciation for participating on the Tour; which included book reviews (read mine here), interviews, guest posts and the original giveaway.

I was the lucky winner of the bloggers giveaway -$20 to spend on any books of my choice from The Book Depository- and the books arrived today!

I've been dying to start both these series but I hadn't had the opportunity yet. Thank you Michelle!

Here are the books's descriptions (from the back covers):

Monday, June 11, 2012

Books in News #10

Hello again my amazing followers, I know I’m late for this post. It wasn’t intentionally; I was on a borrowed PC during the entire weekend so I couldn’t do it on time. Today’s post covers news from Sunday June 3, 2012 until Saturday June 9, 2012; So let’s get down to business.

Richelle Mead, BEA, E3, eReader, Fifty Shades, Batman, True Blood, Stephen Kind’s IT, Giveaway, Jeaniene Frost, and Magic Mike.

Richelle Mead has released the first two chapters for her upcoming book The Golden Lily, book #2 in her Bloodlines series. Drop by her website to read both chapters back to back. The Golden Lily hit stands this Tuesday June 12, 2012.

Since I’m speaking of YA books, RT Books Reviews did an article on one of BookExpo America’s (BEA) panel: The Evolution of the Young Adult Genre. The panel included authors Bethany Griffin, Jenny Han, Tonya Hurley, Melissa Marr, Elizabeth Norris and Siobhan Vivian. Drop by their blog to read the panel’s summary.

BEA wasn’t the only convention taking place during this past week. E3, one of the largest gaming expositions, was also amassing people from all over the world. For a recap of the week’s events head over to IGN to watch the most important aspects of the Expo in around 15 minutes.

Author Interview: Amos Cassidy!

Welcome Back my amazing followers and lurkers! Today I'm being visited by a duo of writers. Two weeks ago I reviewed their first novel Crimson Midnight, and today they are dropping by to chat a bit about their book, their experience as writers and more.

So, who's Amos Cassidy?

Amos Cassidy is a team of two writers from the UK; Amos is a 28 year old Diva and Cassidy a 35 year old mum of two. They have been writing together since 2009 and 'Tales from the Ether' is their first publication. Their debut novel 'Crimson Midnight' is also now available in ebook format. For more information on the 'Crimson Series' please visit:

Mel: First of all, welcome to Journey with Words and thank you for dropping by to chat.

Amos: Hello! Thanks for having us J

Cassidy: It’s great to be here. Got any coffee?

Mel: Sure do! My Dad's drink of choice is coffee so there is always around. How about you tell us a bit about yourselves while I get you some.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Review: The Quest for the Last Kimeiji

Title: The Quest for the Last Kimeiji
Series: The Last Tales of the Kimeiji, Book 1
Author: Francisco Muñiz
Publisher: iUniverse
Length: 237 Pages, 397 KB,
Publication Date: March 4, 2008
Available Formats: Paperback, Kindle Edition.
My Rating: ★★★★☆

A High Fantasy children book that showcases the journey that a child is willing to undertake in order to prevent evil forces from obtaining a powerful amulet.

Book Description (from Goodreads):

In this debut of "The Last Tales of the Kimeiji" trilogy, the essence of a powerful magic force known as the Manaya is lost one night when a dark wizard tries to steal it to become its guardian –the Kimeiji– again. The incident triggers a chain of events that lead an entire world into war, and as a result, kingdoms fall, countries are divided, many die, and history is marked forever.

Yet under the trees of the enchanted Cloud Forest, a young elf named Atrelis has no knowledge of that past. When a wounded dragon who falls from the sky entrusts Atrelis with a magic amulet, the past seems to return, for the amulet is the key of the Manaya, which long ago allowed the Kimeiji to control the powerful magic force. Now, the evil Kali troopers are after the amulet, and Atrelis must deliver it to Minol, the last keeper of the Manaya.

Thus Atrelis is plunged into an unforgettable mission in which he encounters fantastical creatures and reaches extraordinary places where danger, excitement, deception, and magic lead him to the first step of the destiny he's not sure he wants to fulfill.

The Quest for the Last Kimeiji follows Atrelis as he crosses land after land in order to fulfill his mission. In his journey Atrelis meets great friends and even greater foes. The story takes place in a different world, it’s not our past or an alter reality, is a completely different world from ours. One that has strong magical connections and where the creature of folklore and legends are as real as the next person.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Shadow Visions Blog Tour

Welcome back my amazing followers and lurkers to another Blog Tour stop! Today we are being visited by author Gabriella Hewitt, she is here to talk to us a little about her new novel, Shadow Visions, and the various similarities and differences among today’s culture vs. the ancient Aztec’s. Also, read through the very end, there is a short giveaway ~.^

So who is Gabriella Hewitt? Actually…

Gabriella Hewitt is the pen name of creative writing talents Sasha Tomaszycki and Patrizia M.J. Hayashi. Together they weave tales of romantic suspense and dangerously sensual paranormals. Check out the website to find out about upcoming releases and events on her blog.

So without further ado I give you Miss Gabriella Hewitt:

The fun part of writing SHADOW VISIONS based on Aztec mythology was getting to do the research. Some of the things I found out had me smiling and heralding the Aztec culture. Other things had me cringing and shaking my head.

In a way, we are not so different than the Aztec people of the past. And in another way, we are completely different.

Here is a quick comparison list of how we are alike & different:

ALIKE: Aztecs liked to eat meat and tons of it. (Throw some steak on the BBQ any day)

DIFFERENT: Aztecs ate deer, rabbits, and dogs. (Sorry but chewing on Bambi, Thumper and Fido doesn’t sound tasty to today’s modern girl.)

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Books in News #9

A wrap-up of recent events, announcements, releases, or other news circulating the web.
Welcome back my amazing followers and lurkers, today I have for you the 9th installment of my weekly Books in News. This weeks news are less than normal so this post should be shorter than the previous ones. Today’s post collects news of the week between Sunday May 27, 2012 and Saturday June 2, 2012.

Today we have news about:

Real Mermaids, The Hollows TV Show, Once Burned, The Host, a young Writer, Les Miserables, and a killer marriage proposal.

Let’s begin this post with something not entirely related to books but that nonetheless is quite a shocker. Tell me something, what is your take on Ariel from Disney’s The Little Mermaid? If I were to tell you that mermaids are real and that they are just another evolutionary branch from the apes, just like humans are, would you believe me? Would you believe it if it came from a widely recognize entity? What if either I or said entity claimed to have scientific proof, would you believe it then? Well, it seems like the Animal Planet, one of the TV channels distributed by Discovery Communications (Wikipedia), certainly wants us to believe it’s not just a possibility but a reality. Think I’m kidding? That I’ve somehow lost my wits? Possibly, but hey, I wasn’t the one who did an entire documentary based on unsubstantial evidence. So no, I’m not joking, Animal Planet televised last Sunday May 27th, 2012 a documentary called Mermaids: The Body Found as part of their Monster Week. It basically tries to convince you that mermaids are real. But there is always the other side of every coin, and there is plenty of people calling the show a mockumentary. Still think I’m not serious? Well, why don’t you watch the documentary yourself? I found this video on YouTube, it seems to be the full documentary (haven’t finished it yet, I’m writing this before it’s too late). Be warned, the video’s length is 1 hour, 28 minutes and it’s mostly CGI. Watch it, make up your own mind and write your thoughts on the comments section below; enjoy!

Friday, June 1, 2012

Once Burned Teaser Quotes!!!

Calling All Jeaniene Frost's fans! Are you waiting in line for Vlad's book? Feel like time is dragging because June 26 just refuses to arrive already? Well, I have a small solution for you.

Jeaniene Frost has allowed her amazing group of hard working Moderators from the Frost Cemetery to post One Quote a Day from Once Burned leading up to the book's release. Yup! You read it right, One Quote a Day. Now, they won't say who's the speaker; is up to us fans to figure that part out, but hey, I'm in Night Huntress withdrawal here, I'll take whatever they give ~.^

If you want to see the post in real time head over to the forums and join the party. I’ll be posting the quotes as they come along. Can you guess who says what?

UPDATE: Since the book is already out, I'm going to add who-said-what to each of the quotes. Disclaimer: I bought the Kindle Edition of the book, therefore, I can only supply the Kindle Locations of the quotes. If you'd like to check my review of the novel click on this link.

NEW UPDATE: Follow THIS LINK to read Twice Tempted Teaser Quotes, the sequel to Once Burned.

Quote of the Day

June 1 (Day 1)
"People can perfect whatever façade they want, but everyone holds their sins close to their skin." --Leila (Kindle Location: 928)
June 2
"If electrocution is your way of flirting, I commend you on your originality." --Vlad (Kindle Location 782)
June 3
“I never do anything unless I’m sure.” --Vlad (Kindle Location 1018)
June 4
“Okay, now I know you’re not suffering under a delusion from too much role-playing.” --Leila (Kindle Location 1159)
June 5
“We’re all ruthless at one time or another, but he’s in a class by himself.” --Marty (Kindle Location 1228)


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