Thursday, May 17, 2012

Giveaway and Book Spotlight of Elanraigh: The Vow

Welcome to this stop on S.A. Hunters virtual tour of her book Elanraigh:  The Vow.  Today I will share with you not 1 but 2 giveaway and a little about the book and the author.  Let's dive right in and take a look at the book details:

Book Blurb:

Only Thera of Allenholme hears the voice of forest-mind…and heeds its warning . Thera doesn’t know why the Elanraigh forest-mind chose her, of all the Allenholme folk, to hear its voice and to awaken her gifts of mind and spirit. The Elanraigh sends a warning dream; black sails swooping toward Allenholme from across the western sea—the Memteth, an ancient enemy, armed with blue fire that hungers to consume life. As Thera awakens to her gifts of bonding with raptor birds and reading hearts, the knowing; she also awakens to love. Will she choose Chamakin the young Ttamarini warrior who is a kindred in spirit to her, or the polished young nobleman who covets her beauty even more than her estate? Forest-mind is aware she is yet too young for such power and responsibility. It has no choice—the lives of all Thera’s people and the existence of the Elanraigh Forest itself, depend on Thera fulfilling her destiny. Can she learn what she must of gift, and heart, to survive what comes their way? 

Author Bio:

Bio – S. A. Hunter
Author – Elanraigh: The Vow
Sandra attended school in Victoria, B.C. and later graduated from the University of British Columbia with a B.A. in English Literature. After her daughter came along, she chose to work close to home and indulge her love of animals by working for an amiable, if thrifty, veterinarian. She believes in promoting the right of all creatures to live the existence that Nature intended. This value is strongly evoked in her novel.
Sandra’s always lived at the edges of ocean and forest, so it came naturally to have a sentient forest as a major character in Elanraigh: The Vow. She loves kayaking the scenic Island coastline, swimming and walking. She has a ready sense of humor and an optimistic outlook (a good thing when you’re a writer).
Her publications include Dark Fantasy short stories in pro magazines and she is currently working on a sequel to Elanraigh: The Vow.
Ok here is the fun part!!  I am offering an exclusive giveaway on my blog for one copy of the book plus a signed bookmark and thee is the end of the tour giveaway!!!  Just fill out the rafflecopter below for your chance to win!!  You can also check out the rest of the tour:

Elanraigh: The Vow Blog Tour Schedule

May 14th-25th

May 14th- Shadow Kisses Book Reviews- Review, Giveaway

May 15th- My Guilty Obsession- Review, Guest Post, Giveaway

May 16th- Geek Girl Reviews- Guest Post

May 20th- Novel Moments- Interview, Giveaway

May 22nd- Fiction Fascination- Guest Post

May 23rd- Some Like it Paranormal- Review, Interview, Giveaway 

May 24th- Paperback Princess- Review, Interview, Giveaway

May 25th- BookSpark- Blurb, Giveaway
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Lisa Cox said...

Hmmm, tough question.
My favorite fantasy novel would probably have to be the Drizzt Do'Urden series by R.A. Salvatore.

S.A. Hunter said...

Hi Nikki
Thanks so much for hosting Elanraigh: The Vow today! I hope some of your blog buddies who enjoy/or would like to try out the fantasy genre, will have a look at Elanraigh.

Lisa, I agree R.A. Salvatore is a great writer. I started out reading Anne McCaffery's dragons of Pern series and then read just about anything I could get my hands on. A couple of my favorites are Mary Stewart's Arthurian saga and Elizabeth Moon's Deeds of Paksenarrion trilogy. I'm currently reading Game of Thrones.
There's something out there to suit everyone's tastes :)

S.A. Hunter said...

Thank you so much for your post! I am so glad you have my button, Shadow Kisses on your page!

Unknown said...

For me, the ultimate fantasy novel is any of the Lord of the Rings books.

Gale Nelson said...

right now it would have to be J R Wards Blackdagger Brotherhood series!

S.A. Hunter said...

I had a look at the Blackdagger series - looks great! Also a lifetime of reading :) which is every readers' dream when you love the books.

divavixenqueen said...

Ohhh there's too many.
"The Karen Moning's Highlander and
Fae series for starters",and then, the Blackdaggerhood series.

laceyblossom said...

My favorite fantasy novel would definitely be the Fever series by Karen Marie Moning!

S.A. Hunter said...

Looks like some great paranormal/fantasy series to check out. Thanks everyone.

Dustykatt said...

Oh so many to choose from - I guess I would go with any of the David and Leigh Eddings books.

Unknown said...

I love the Lord of the Ring books also Queen of Camelot was also one of my favs.

Sarah Elizabeth said...

It's so difficult to pick a favourite! I really liked teh faythe sanders/ shifter series by rachel vincent though (even if there was a love triangle!)
Looking forward to reading 'Elanraigh: the vow'!

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