Ran across this today. Over the years, I've been known to send this travel advisory to enthusiastic Midnight Guardian readers. ~ATLANTEAN TRAVEL ADVISORY~ The Mogdoc Royal Empire has been informed of your imminent crossing of the barrier. According to our records, you have been classified as HUMAN. Therefore, we would like to welcome you to … Continue reading Vacationing in the Lost City of Atlantis?
Congrats to Emma Michaels, winner of last week's big YA Indie Carnival Anniversary Giveaway. Emma receives 13 indie novels including books 1-3 of the Midnight Guardian series. Nice! The giveaway was so much fun that we're having another contest this week. Join the YA Indie Carnival for our Chemistry Contest. Here's how it works: Each … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival: Chemistry Contest
The carnival topic is SPRING BREAK!!! I'm traveling, so I've turned this week's post over to the news "professionals" at MNN, the Mogdoc News Network. http://mogdocnews.tumblr.com Top 5 Spring Break Destinations on the Banished Continent After you visit MNN, come on back and check out Spring Break posts from these other active YA Indie Carnival … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival: Spring Break
To mark the release of Midnight Child, book 3 in the Midnight Guardian series, Swancrest Publishing and the Dr. Samuel L. Bossard Memorial Library are holding a drawing contest for high and middle school students in the U.S. --> Click for Rules Deadline to Enter is March 5, 2012
This week I'm handing over my Indie Carnival duties to the nefarious bunch over at the Mogdoc News Network. What's a mogdoc you ask? They're the ancient, evil creatures hunting down Keira Ryan. Think of a gremlin crossed with a swamp monster then give it super speed and a taste for human blood. I think … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival: Interview With a Villain
YA Indie Carnival fans, you're in for a special treat this week. It's Best Indie Scares...BOO! I've got two for you, a recommendation and an excerpt. 1) The Recommendation For a chilling Halloween read, check out Beyond the Veil: A Ghost Story Anthology by fellow indie carnival author Rachel Coles. I highly recommend it. I remember reading … Continue reading Best Indie Scares