Celebrate The Small Things is the weekly celebration, hosted by Viklit. Thanks, Vik, for the wonderful meme to celebrate the happenings of the week, no matter how small or big the celebration.
Celebrations for the week:
- I get to see Dani on Saturday! Woot!
- I think I'm finally over my writing slump! In fact, I'm working on two things, and it's hard to stop.
- The Rose Master blog tour is underway! This book sounds so good! I can't WAIT to read it! See below for details:
The day Anne Tinning turns seventeen, birds fall from the sky. But that's hardly the most upsetting news. She's being dismissed from the home she's served at since she was a child, and shipped off to become the newly hired parlor maid for a place she's never heard of. And when she sees the run-down, isolated house, she instantly knows why:
There's something wrong with Rosewood Manor.
Staffed with only three other servants, all gripped by icy silence and inexplicable bruises, and inhabited by a young master who is as cold as the place itself, the house is shrouded in neglect and thick with fear. Her questions are met with hushed whispers, and she soon finds herself alone in the empty halls, left to tidy and clean rooms no one visits.
As the feeling of being watched grows, she begins to realize there is something else in the house with them--some creature that stalks the frozen halls and claws at her door. A creature that seems intent on harming her.
When a fire leaves Anne trapped in the manor with its Master, she finally demands to know why. But as she forces the truth about what haunts the grounds from Lord Grey, she learns secrets she isn't prepared for. The creature is very real, and she's the only one who can help him stop it.
Now, Anne must either risk her life for the young man she's grown to admire, or abandon her post while she still can.
Valentina Cano is a student of classical singing who spends whatever free time she has either reading or writing. She also watches over a veritable army of pets, including her five, very spoiled, snakes. Her works have appeared in numerous publications and her poetry has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Web. She lives in Miami, Florida.
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It's always great when you can't stop writing.ReplyDelete
Glad you're over your writing slump, hope you get lots written!ReplyDelete
Hope you have good time reading the book. Have a great weekend :)ReplyDelete
I'm glad you're over your writing slump. We all have them, and they can be terribly frustrating. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Yes! Gotta love when you beat a writing slump.ReplyDelete
Worth celebrating! ...don't read that book at night!ReplyDelete