Salutare! Este momentul sa dau startul primului concurs aniversar al blogului. Trebuia sa le organizez in iunie, dar am avut o perioada extrem de ocupata asa ca am tot amanat. Sper sa va placa premiile si sa va inscrieti in numar cat mai mare la concurs!
Scrieti intr-un comentariu:
– numele vostru;
– adresa de e-mail sau numele blogului wordpress cu care urmariti blogul;
– parerea voastra despre blog.
Pentru intrari in plus:
– da-ti vestea mai departe pe blogul vostru. lasa-ti linkul in comentariu+1
– lasati un comentariu la o alta postare. linkul postarii si numele cu care ati comentat trebuie incluse in comentariu+2
Andreea te rog frumos sa imi spui care este pachetul pe care il doresti. Pachetul ales de Andreea va iesi din concurs(pentru detalii va rog sa cititi postul anterior).
Voi restarta in curand campania de publicare a cartii Cicada, mai am parte de sustinerea voastra?
Concursurile de aniversare in curand!
Xoxo Miky nu am primit adresa ta, ai castigat pachetul de swaguri din cadrul concursului de fidelitate!
In alegerea castigatorilor m-am orientat dupa ultima imagine si am gresit.In ultima imagine sunt afisate statisticile ultimilor 1000 de comentarii. Andreea, imi cer mii de scuze. Pachetul de swaguri trebuia sa fie al tau. De la tine am avut 87 de comentarii, apar 90 datorita celor 3 din zilele trecute. Maine cel tarziu luni voi afisa pe blog un concurs care va avea trei premii constand in 4 pachete de swaguri. Unu din cele 4 pachete, este al tau. Astept adresa ta si te rog sa postezi intr-un comentariu pachetul pe care ti-l alegi. Mii de scuze!
- Title: Creatura
- Author: Nely Cab
- Paperback: 346 pages
- Publisher: Nely Cab
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1489589554
- ISBN-13: 978-1489589552
- This Title is Available for Pre-order on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Creatura-Nely-Cab/dp/1489589554/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1373941055&sr=8-3&keywords=CREATURA+NELY+CAB
Isis can control her dreams. Or she could—until recently. The creature in her nightmares has been haunting her for months. As if being dumped wasn’t bad enough, now she dreads going to sleep. She decides to confront the creature and win back some of her peace; only, she finds that he’s not a monster and he’s not a dream.
A sacrifice for love, a shocking discovery and a jealous ex-boyfriend blur the lines between reality and dreams, making it hard to tell who the real monsters are.
Who would’ve known…that sometimes love is lethal?
Nely Cab was born on December 9, 1974, in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico. She has lived and resided in South Texas most of her life. In 2001, the author relocated to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, where she dedicated time to the study of culinary arts and the art of oil painting.
After her return to the U.S., she resumed her employment in banking and in the following year transitioned to the field of Social Work. Later, Nely took up writing as a hobby and produced her first novel entitled „Creatura”.
Last year, the rights to „Creatura” were sold to a leading Young Adult publisher in a foreign country, where it has just recently been released.
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Salutare dragii mei!
Vreau sa incep prin a-mi cere mii de scuze pentru intarziere. Am scapat in sfarsit de probleme! M-am intors, in sfarsit!
Castigatorii concursului de fidelitate sunt:
Al doilea loc este castigat de Diannab15;
Locul al treilea este castigat de Larisaoana.
Va rog sa va alegeti pachetul dorit prima care alege va fi Krisszu, urmata de Diana. Premiul care ramane va fi al Larisei.
Pachetul de swaguri este castigat de Xoxo Miky!
Felicitari castigatorilor! Astept adresele voastre pe email@example.com
1. Can you tell us something about you and your book Dragonswood?
I grew up in the California redwoods near San Francisco. The woods were so magical, I often imagined running into fairies or dragons on my moonlight walks. I think that enchanted forest made me the fantasy writer I am today. I’ve written eight books for children and young adults. I love crafting novels and wouldn’t trade it for the world.
The first idea for Dragonswood (Book Two of the Wilde Island Chronicles) came when I studied the witch trials in medieval Europe. Women accused of witchcraft were forced to name names under torture. How would it feel to give up a friend’s name and see her dragged in, condemned and burned? I love my friends so, of course, the idea appalled me. I instantly knew I had the beginning of a story here – one of friendship and betrayal. The novel tests Tess’s loyalty to her friends, her family, to her first love, and ultimately to herself.
2. When have you decided that you want to be a writer?
Those walks in the woods helped, but reading books I loved made me what to pull out a pen and start writing my own novels.
3. Where do you find your inspiration for your novels? (If it’s not a secret) Have you ever found it in your real life?
Sometimes I hear a song and feel like the nugget of a whole novel is hiding there. Music definitely inspires me. I’m also inspired by sounds of birds and animals. There are wild wolf packs in Dragonswood. I listened to recordings of howling wolves a few times while writing the novel to get into the mood.
4. Do any of your fictional characters resemble you?
They are all their own people with their own tastes, experiences and backgrounds. That said, all of the characters come from somewhere inside me. It’s my job to identify with each of them in some way. The witch hunter in Dragonswood wants to take revenge on the witches who attacked her and put out her eye when she was a girl– it’s one of reasons she goes on her bloody witch hunts. Would I go that far to take revenge? No. Do I understand the desire to take revenge? You bet. Luckily the pen is mightier than the sword so we writers have other ways of getting even.
Do I resemble Tess? She’s much braver than I am. I’m glad to say I wasn’t abused as a child or forced to give up my friends’ names under torture, but, like Tess, I did run off and seek solace in the forest when I was young. Tess likes to climb the trees in Dragonswood. In my teens I climbed the redwoods after dark and sat in the branches during a rainstorm. I called it “riding the storm.” I still try to climb a tree every year on my birthday, which is in January (a perfectly stormy month!).
5. Which book is the first one that you’ve read?
The first book I remember reading and loving was called Twig, by Elizabeth Orton Jones, a book about a little girl who met a fairy living under a tin can in her back yard.
6. Do you have a favorite book?
I love so many. I reread my favorites like Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea series, and Juliet Marillier’s Daughter of the Forest. When I love an author’s writing style, her characters and her well-drawn world, I like to get back inside the book to experience the adventure again.
7. If you were about to leave in a trip which book would you take with you?
I just went on a trip and took too many books! I always do. If I had to leave to go somewhere today I’d take The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater.
8. Tell us one thing you’d like to change at people from nowadays.
I’d like to see us taking better care of the earth. Readers can check out the “giving back” page on my websitehttp://www.janetleecarey.com to see the Dragonswood charity link to help save endangered animals.
9. Is there a moment in your life you’d like to live again?
The day I married my husband, Tom.
10. Do you have a message for Romanian readers? Why would you recommend your book?
Hello to Romanian readers. It’s good to meet here on the blog. I’m grateful to book blogs like this one that give us all a chance to connect. I’ve read about Romania’s natural beauty and seen photos of some exquisite castles. I’d love to visit Corvinesti Castle someday.
Why recommend my book? I’ll let some lines from two of my starred reviews speak to that.
~“A fairy tale for those who have given up on believing in them, but still yearn for happily ever after.”
–Kirkus *starred* review
~ “Perfectly crafted combination of history, mythology, and fantasy. . . The political intrigue, mythology of Merlin, and romances that bloom . . . . will have readers racing toward the end and then going back to savor the events more slowly.”
–School Library Journal *starred* review
You can win a signed copy of Dragonswood and some swags. To win please leave a comment below with your name, city and the answer to the question: Why do you want to win this book? You can enter the giveaway until 20 july. Good Luck!
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