Friday, October 22, 2010

Werewolf: Silver Kiss


Silver Kiss
by Naomi Clark


Description from the amazon:
Ayla Hammond has come home. After years as a lone wolf in a self-imposed exile she's rejoining the pack and trying to mend fences with her parents. She's convinced them to accept her girlfriend, but can a lone wolf change her ways?

As if homecoming wasn't hard enough, Ayla also can't help getting involved in a missing person case. With pressure to solve the case mounting from the pack alphas, Ayla is starting to question where her loyalties lie - and if a return to the pack she left behind is really what she wants.

-+0+o+ Book Giveaway courtesy of publisher +o+0+-


Open to all.

Offer ends: Oct 31, 2010

TO DO:

1. Sign the guestbook (if you signed it already or in September - no need)

2. Read the first chapter of Silver Kiss and tell me a teaser sentence in comments.

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Contest has ended - winner is here

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-+0+o+ October Trix-n-Treatz schedule +o+0+-


21 comments:

  1. I think I read a book with the same title once, only it was about vampires.

    (not entering)

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  2. "And that was the problem. Lupercali was the biggest night in the werewolf calendar and humans were not allowed. No exceptions. Not even for partners."

    Lesbian werewolves? Very cool!

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  3. I'll pass on this one, but I did want to say that the cover art sure is spooky looking!

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  4. Dear Miz Viii,

    'scuse me but this here be Bubba. Sorry to interupt like, but I think it be time fer them nice folk you got here to git their tin foil hats on.

    Sumthin' bad be goin' on in Pitfalls, Illinois.

    It do look like Tiny Trailer Town is under ATTACK i kid you knot.

    Worse yet I do believe one o' my good naybors has come up missin'.

    If'n only there were to be help fer us gentle folk at Tiny Trailer Town.

    I will be hart broken sad if'n them dang alien cree-chures steal my red Ford pickup, an' what if they drink beer, too? It be too horrible to con-dom-plate :(

    I do not have ansers to these mighty questions, Miz Viii.

    Maybe sumbody here do?

    I done warned Miz Freda, McPig, ZG an' SiNn.

    It be a lot o' work but I be gittin' everbody on A-lert.

    Bubba over n' out

    PS ...

    mebbe my friend M.A.D. outta give sumbody one o' them Alien books fer the best tin foil hat they can find?

    think them folks wood like that?

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  5. Sometimes you just have to go back home again, even if you never really wanted to. Of course, it's always nice if you can take your girlfriend with you, even if she can't go to the big werewolf ceremony.
    Is that okay for a teaser sentence, I made one up? It sounds like a really different book, I would love to read it.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  6. A total waste of money if you asked me, since by the end of the night the designer suits and couture dresses would be in shreds, scattered through the park.

    jlynettes @ hotmail . com

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  7. “Relax,” Vince told me as he slid into the passenger seat. “There’s nothing to worry about.”

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  8. I still couldn’t believe I’d moved back home at all, let alone agreed to be officially sworn back into the Pack.

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  9. I thought of Vince, my best friend, who’d determinedly kept me in his life despite the distance I’d put between myself and the city, the Pack and my family. I’d missed him. If only for having him back in my life, returning had been worth it.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    spettolij AT gmail DOT com

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  10. Then I imagined Moreland Park bathed in icy moonlight and full of wolves from all over the city, all watching me lined up with the cubs, ready to be blooded and welcomed back to the Pack.

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  11. “I’m nervous,” I confessed, pulling at the lip ring. “I mean Lupercali is so formal. I don’t see why I have to do this massive ceremony just because I moved back home. It’s not like I ever officially left the Pack in the first place. I was never made outcast or anything.”


    brandyzbooks@yahoo.com

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  12. I clutched at him gratefully, my heart thudding with a cocktail of nerves and anticipation.

    raluk.93 at gmail (dot) com

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  13. “Oh, Ayla. I could build you a better house out of twigs and straw.” Joel leaned out of his car window, regarding the little house with sorrow, eyes gleaming in the light from the street lamp.

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  14. "The cubs started howling too as Eddie reached the last of them."

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  15. "The February moon was called Wolf Moon in some cultures. What better night for a ceremony like this, when young wolves were declared adults and hunted for the first time?"

    This looks totally awesome. Can't wait to read it.

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  16. sounds great loved the chaper

    “No offence, Ayla, but I’m glad I’m not allowed,” she replied absently. “The whole thing just sounds...wolfish.”


    that right there hooked me the most

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  17. He glanced at me and smiled, revealing gleaming canines. Soon the change would take him completely.


    raluk.93 at gmail (dot) com

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  18. "By the time we arrived the clearing was crowded, every wolf in the city spread around the circle. Teenagers clustered in the shadows of the oak trees, too cool to sit with their families. Elder wolves had brought garden chairs with them and sat with blankets draped over their knees to ward off the winter cold. Young cubs chased each other in and out of the blackberry thickets, yelping and barking joyfully under parents’ watchful eyes."

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  19. Eddie knelt to dip his fingers in the bleeding wound at the lamb’s throat. Rich, coppery blood stained his hand as he rose to daub a moon shape on the first cub’s forehead.

    Great writing!

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  20. This sounds really interesting! :)
    Hee read the first chapter and it was really good!

    Hmm good teaser sentences would be this:
    My wolf pawed at the insides of my mind, mentally echoing my whine. “The whole Pack will be there, watching me.”
    or this:
    Soon, I promised myself and my wolf, glancing at the moon again. Just a couple of hours and we’re free.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    yvantis[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  21. i liked this one....

    After the brutal murder of my cousin by anti-werewolf group Alpha Humans, I’d rethought my position on Pack and family.

    this sounds like a great read - count me in!

    k_sunshine1977 at yahoo dot com

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