Today I am very happy to welcome back to the blog Linda Poitevin, one of my favourite UF authors, who is here today to celebrate the release of Sins of the Son, the second novel in her Grigori Legacy series. I LOVED Book #1 Sins of the Angels (you can read my detailed review here) and was counting back the days 'till the release of Sins of the Son, and though the wait was long I can tell you it was so worth it! Sins of the Son was just as phenomenal as its predecessor, Linda Poitevin takes the reader on a whirlwind rollercoaster ride which will leave you breathless and reeling long after the ride is over! If you haven't read Linda Poitevin's UF series yet, you shouldn't waste any more time, because as I have already told you the Grigory Legacy series is one of the best UF series I've read: "it has everything: fast paced action, rich worldbuilding, wit and humour, deep and layered characters, sizzling chemistry and much much more".
Linda is on a virtual book tour celebrating the release of Sins of the Son and today she tells you the story behind her unique handmade bookmarks, just so you know to appreciate them when you get one ;-) (psst. there is also not one, but THREE fantastic giveaways waiting for you at the end!)
|The finished product|
SINS OF THE ANGELS, is available, while book two, SINS OF THE SON, was released in March 2012. In her other life, Linda is wife, mother, friend, gardener, coffee snob, freelance writer, and zookeeper of too many pets.
Reading the behind the story now you truly appreciate all the work, effort and frustration that went into the creation of these ;-)
Linda has generously offered Sins of the Son bookmarks to 5 lucky commenters!
By commenting you could also win a copy of the amazing Sins of the Son!
(US/Canada residents will win a paperback while international entrants will get an ebook)
All you need to be entered in the drawing for the 3 giveaways is to leave a comment, either about Linda's post, her series, your take on angels, UF novels or anything else that you feel like sharing (maybe one of your own big frustration tale about a project?).