FANTASTIC sale

Fantasy & Sci-Fi E-books Sale

Oh sure, in the next few weeks EVERYONE will have an idea about what you should buy for holiday gifts. But check out this FANTASTIC Fantasy and Science Fiction e-book sale. All kinds of fine books at a range of prices, from free to discounted, to prelaunch specials.

Many of my favorites are included. Take advantage of the sale; I’m sure they’ll become your favorites too.

Even “The Redoubt” is on sale and I don’t do that very often. You can get a Kindle edition or other e-book edition for half price.

(These book bargains are so good, you can afford to treat yourself as well as those on your gift list.)

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They like it! They like it!

Detour, A Big Rig Thriller by Devorah FoxSince Detour’s Nov. 4, 2016 launch, readers and reviewers are weighing in with their opinion of this historical thriller. They like it! A lot!

Check out Susan‘s review on her blog and Rose’s review on Goodreads. Both women are bibliophiles so it means a lot to me that they awarded the book five stars.

  • Susan Loves Books:
    https://susanlovesbooks.wordpress.com/2016/11/07/reviewdetour-by-devorah-fox/
  • Rose Collins’s Reviews: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1806614394

Have you read Detour yet? No? Well, get reading because I have new books slated for 2017 releases.

And be sure to nominate Detour for 50 Best Indie Books 2016. Nominations close Friday, Nov. 18.

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Deadline: Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

It’s almost over. Not the election, that’s definitely over. I mean the chance to nominate “Detour” for The 50 Best Indie Books of 2016. Nominations close Friday, Nov., 18, 2016.

Detour by Devorah FoxNow that “Detour” is officially published, with reviews, it can be nominated for The 50 Best Indie Books of 2016. This year, winning authors earn cash (cash is good!) and voters can get presents too. So do us both a favor and nominate “Detour.”

Fill out this form:

or click here.

Thank you.

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REVIEW:DETOUR BY DEVORAH FOX – Susanlovesbooks

Detour Devorah Fox Wow! DETOUR by Devorah Fox had me flipping the pages like a mad woman last night. I had to know what was going to happen with Debbie and Archie. I loved Archie right away and was…

Source: REVIEW:DETOUR BY DEVORAH FOX – Susanlovesbooks

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It’s voting season

No doubt your head is pounding with all the exhortations to go out and vote. I’ll add one more and ask you to nominate “Detour.”

Detour by Devorah FoxNow that “Detour” is officially published, with reviews, it can be nominated for The 50 Best Indie Books of 2016. This year, winning authors earn cash (cash is good!) and voters can get presents too. So do us both a favor and nominate “Detour.”

Fill out this form:

or click here.

Thank you.

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Author Interview: Devorah Fox | Coffee with Architects of Worlds Afar

Imagine waking up one morning to find that you’ve been mysteriously transformed into a homeless vagabond. It’s hard to argue against the position that such a predicament would be less t…

Source: Author Interview: Devorah Fox | Coffee with Architects of Worlds Afar

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Letter reveals advice George H.W. Bush gave Clinton before his presidency – AOL News

When Bill Clinton was inaugurated, George H.W. Bush sent him a letter — and it’s being resurfaced over 20 years later.

Source: Letter reveals advice George H.W. Bush gave Clinton before his presidency – AOL News

The letter is from January, 1993. For what happened the following month, check out  Detour. Prelaunch special price 99¢.

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“Detour” ahead

Detour, A Big Rig Thriller by Devorah FoxNostalgic about the 1990s? Curious about big rig driving? Or just want to escape into an engaging thriller with memorable characters you’ll come to love? Then take this “Detour.”

I could tell you what it’s about and how much you’ll enjoy it, but why don’t I just share what reviewer Uma Shankari had to say:

CHARACTERS 

I loved Archie. He makes for a great protagonist. His character, attitude and way of talking pulls the reader in and holds their attention.

All the characters in the story are well structured and three dimensional. The Stenowitz family made me laugh so much! Each character has a unique personality that makes them stand out and they all have problems that we can totally relate to. While I read the book I could actually see the hustle and bustle in the Stenowitz home.

Even the smaller characters like Bonnie and Cheryl give us these great moments that adds character to the setting and the story.

PLOT 

Yes, the book comes under the ‘Mystery’ genre but I can assure you it doesn’t stop there. The plot touches upon a variety of things. I learnt a lot about Jewish traditions and customs along with Archie as the Stenowitz family prepared for a Brit. The book shows friendship, happiness, bravery and such simple but important things through the plot. The plot also deals with Archie’s time understanding the Stenowitz family and vice versa.

WRITING 

The writing made me sit up and take notice. As I read the book I became more pulled in because the author makes the writing simple but beautiful. Archie’s comments on the people and his surroundings are funny, realistic and honest. The choice of words are clear and non-fussy. I smiled through many parts due to the humor infused into the writing.

WHAT I LIKED ABOUT THE BOOK 

– The characters
– The plot
– The writing, especially the humor
– Knowing about Jewish culture

WHAT I DIDN’T LIKE ABOUT THE BOOK 

– What’s there to not like?

CONCLUSION 

Go ahead and pick up the book. It’s a fun and satisfying read that definitely lives up to the expectations.

Check out her book-lovers blog. 

And claim your copy of Detour at a prelaunch special price: 99¢

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Feature Post – MAGIC UNVEILED: AN ANTHOLOGY | jenacidebybibliophile

Magic Unveiled: An Anthology Either the wondrous or the perilous awaits us when we play a hand at magic. A hard boiled detective chases the supernatural, unveiling a frightening world right alongsi…

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Virtual FantasyCon’s Blog Hop Hunt

Hi, I’m Devorah Fox author of The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam epic historical fantasy series, and I’m your host for this stop in the Hunt.

Virtual Fantasy ConIf you would like to find out more about the Hunt, please click here – http://vfcscavengerhunt.weebly.com/
Somewhere on this page is a hidden number. Collect all the numbers from all the authors’ posts, and then add them up. Once you’ve added all the numbers, and if I am your last author, please head to the official website and click on the ENTER HERE page to find the entry form. Only entries will the correct number will qualify to win.

The author I’m pleased to be hosting for Virtual FantasyCon’s Blog Hop Hunt today is Christy Sloat, author of the fan fiction novel – Slumber.


Hello out there! My name is Christy Sloat and I am a dreamer. Having the ability to dream allows me to call myself, author on occasion. I have written ten books and currently writing number eleven. The books I bring you today have hit Amazon Bestseller and are some of my favorites to share with readers.
The idea to re-write the tale of Sleeping Beauty came to me while I was watching the Disney movie with my daughters. I wondered what made Maleficent so evil and villainous, and what would happen if Aurora killed her prince, instead of falling in love.
Slumber was born and shortly after, Awaken. The duology is finished now, so there will be no waiting around for another book. I hope you do enjoy it if you read it. Thank you for stopping by! Never forget to do some creating and dreaming of your own.

Slumber (The Slumber Duology book One)
What happens when a princess murders her prince?

Slumber (book one) is a fractured fairy tale that will amaze you until the very last page. “Mara Dyer Series meets Sleeping Beauty” .

Slumber

Not all princesses get their happily ever after…
They tell me I killed my boyfriend Phillip in cold blood. I stabbed him twenty one times. I’m only seventeen years old, and I am serving life in Spindle Ridge Asylum for the Criminally Insane.
I don’t remember killing him, so it’s really hard to believe I’m capable of murder. In fact I don’t remember anything before I came to Spindle Ridge, not even my boyfriend.
I can only grasp onto my realistic dreams while the madness of the asylum threatens to pull me under. I dream I’m a beautiful princess and there is an evil faerie named Maleficent who is bent on my destruction. The dreams are the closest thing I have to memories of my life, except they aren’t real.
I’m crazy. I’m not a princess.
They’re the mad illusions of an irrational teenage girl, right?
They’ve assigned me a new doctor, and she says I can trust her, and that she’ll help me see the truth of who I really am.
When she arrived she brought a new patient, Sawyer, who is everything Spindle Ridge isn’t: exciting, mysterious and beautiful. He promises he’s here to rescue me. Trusting either of them frightens me.
Could it be possible that my dreams are more than just the imaginings of a delusional girl? Could they be truth?
Awaken (The Slumber Duology book Two)
“Happily ever after is hers for the taking.”

Once upon a time I found myself locked away in Spindle Ridge Asylum, punished for a murder I didn’t commit. It was all part of Maleficent’s evil plan. I didn’t remember who I was then … now I do. My name is Aurora, and I am the rightful queen of this realm. Armed with my 100 memories, I’m ready to take charge of my kingdom once more. Happily ever after evades me, yet I long to claim it with my true love, Sawyer, beside me. That fairy tale ending seems impossible with him locked in the thralls of a sleeping curse. As much as I’d love to sit by his bedside and eagerly await a cure, I must first travel into the terrifying Dark Woods to stop Raven from stripping me of all that is rightfully mine. I am not only a queen, but a warrior who will fight for her kingdom. Some may die. Blood will be shed. But when this ending comes, I will settle for nothing less than a blissful ever after.

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Did you find the number? If you did, then click Christy Sloat’s link – http://www.christysloat.blogspot.com/ to continue Virtual FantasyCon’s Blog Hop Hunt.

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