March Theme Week, Poll + Other Stuff

It is that time again! Another Theme Week is here and so, this week of March, we deem…. Shifter Week! Woohoo!

Nikyta is excited! The other girls?? Not so much lol. Still, we have a lot of exciting shifter stories on the roster for this week. Some novels, some novellas. Some wolves, some mythical shifters. Some… well, you get the hint!

So, we hope you enjoy them! As always, we’ll still be reviewing non-shifter stories so don’t think to disappear on us just yet!

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While you’re here, you can help us out a little on picking the book Heather C will be challenged to read for April’s Challenge Week.

The rules are simple. The four of us have already suggested one book each for this poll. You, the viewer, just needs to vote for one book to be the winner. Whichever book has the most votes will be the one Heather will have to read in April.

Which one will you choose? (Click the covers to see the blurbs.)

     
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HalestormAnd one last thing. Today is the last day to enter the giveaway for a chance to win an ebook copy of Halestorm by Mathew Ortiz!

The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm EST TONIGHT so don’t forget to go to the giveaway post and comment with your email address to be put into the drawing.

Winner will be picked after the giveaway closes and announced tomorrow morning (Monday, March 10, 2014).

So, don’t forget to sign up!

And good luck!

 

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