Donnerstag, 23. Februar 2017

Rezensionen & Booktalks

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hier findet ihr alle meine Rezensionen und Buchbesprechunge! Wenn ihr W├╝nsche habt, bin ich nat├╝rlich offen f├╝r sie und kann eure Meinung kaum erwarten.


  1. Hi!

    I came across your blog and I was wondering if you'd like to review one of Nikki Rae's books. Nikki Rae writes YA, Paranormal and Dark Romance.

    Let me know if you're interested!

    Nikki Rae's Online Assistant

    1. Hello!
      I'd love to and I already wrote you an E-Mail.

      - Sarah

  2. Hello!

    Have you ever wondered about the afterlife?

    Christian Michael Anderson has. In fact, as he sits at his desk bemoaning his current state, the afterlife is precisely where he wants to be. Christian hasn’t been doing so well lately. He’s out of work, out of money and out of alcohol, but when he loops a stolen rope through the exposed rafters in his ceiling and places that noose around his neck, his adventure has only begun…

    Welcome to the world of my paranormal fantasy novel The Adversary’s Good News, a divine comedy – inverted. This book contains the chronicles of Christian’s adventures through the afterlife. It’s here amid life after death where Christian encounters joke-telling gargoyles, the “Great Beast” imprisoned in a cage, a drug-dealing Tinkerbell, and much more. Eventually, however, Christian realizes he’s entered a psychologically haunted world far beyond anything his nightmares ever envisioned. During his imprisonment in the serpentine city of Pandemonium, he discovers death is a trap. Instead of being the escape he envisioned, it’s forced him to confront his own, personal demons.

    I’m Israfel Sivad – poet, novelist and founder of Ursprung Collective, an international spoken/music/visual art project. Today, I want to invite you to experience The Adversary’s Good News, the novel Self-Publishing Review has called “a book about big ideas that will have you looking differently at your own life by book’s end.”

    My first novel, Crossroads Blues, was compared to the work of Fyodor Dostoevsky by Palmetto Review. The Adversary’s Good News has already been nominated for the 2016 Chanticleer Paranormal Book Award. My writing has appeared in the Santa Fe Literary Review, The Stray Branch and Badlands Literary Journal. I hope you’re interested in reviewing The Adversary’s Good News for your blog. I would be happy to send you a free review copy in the format of your choice. You can reach me at I look forward to hearing back from you.

    Israfel Sivad