Tuesday, November 19, 2013

REVIEWERS NEEDED FOR KINDAR'S CURE

I'm not big on asking for help for myself. It's so much easier to help others. But ... it's time to pull up my big girl pants and get serious. 

I'm looking for some reviews of my YA fantasy story, Kindar's Cure. It's got murder, mayhem, magic and a motivated but ill princess. If you've already read it, please consider leaving a review. 

If you'd like one of the free ebook copies in exchange for an honest review, leave a comment with a way to get in touch with you. Also tell me what type of file you'd like epub or mobi. There are a limited number, but I'll try to get one to everybody.

If you haven't got an ereader but are on Goodreads, check out the sidebar for the giveaway of the paperback version that's happening through November 30th.





Kindar's Cure is published by Divertir Publishing.

Princess Kindar of Anost dreams of playing the hero and succeeding to her mother’s throne. But dreams are for fools. Reality involves two healthy sisters and a wasting disease of suffocating cough that’s killing her by inches. When her elder sister is murdered, the blame falls on Kindar, putting her head on the chopping block.
    
No one who survives eighteen years of choke lung lacks determination.  A novice wizard, Maladonis Bin, approaches with a vision—a cure in a barren land of volcanic fumes. As choices go, a charming bootlicker that trips over his own feet isn’t the best option, but beggars can’t be choosers. Kindar escapes with Mal and several longtime attendants only to have her eyes opened that her country faces dark times.

Her mother’s decision to close the prosperous mines spurs poverty and joblessness, inciting rebellion and opening Anost to foreign invasion. As Mal urges her toward a cure that will prove his visions, suddenly, an ally turns traitor, delivering Kindar to a rebel army, who have their own plans for a sickly princess.

With the killer poised to strike again, the rebels bearing down, and the country falling apart, she must weigh her personal hunt for a cure against saving her people.     

18 comments:

  1. Ebook copies, and limited? What happened to Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V? ;) lol

    I'd love to read your book and write a review for you :) I live on opposite side of USA on earth, so you wouldn't be able to send me a paperback copy.

    You can send me an ebook if you want. I don't have a Kindle or an electronic reader, but I do have Calibre software on my computer that reads .mobi, .epub, and other formats. (pdf or .doc/.docx would work too.)

    I do have an exam coming up on December 22, so I'm preparing for that. I can start reading your book only after that. So I might be able to write a review on Amazon, Goodreads, my stupid blog, and other places in first week of Jan as a new year gift :)

    My email is xander(dot)ironheart(at)gmail(dot)com

    (I hope I didn't sound like a jerk with too many conditions :) )

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    1. Thanks, Xander! I'll get that right out to you. I appreciate you finding time.

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  2. Hi Michelle,
    This is the first time that I've actually posted on any blog, but I've read yours many times and would love to help. You seem so generously helpful to writers everywhere and I hope to repay in kind, if you're interested. Your story sounds great and I'd definitely read it, especially to help. :D I'm on twitter @tnjohnson1111, if you'd like my assistance I can send you my email.

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    1. First of many blog comments I hope. Thanks.

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  3. Hello Michelle,
    I would love to help you out! I blog at The NerdHerd Reads and you can email me at thenerdherdreads@gmail.com
    Rachel Marie

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  4. I'm interested! My email is kaysielynn at suddenlytheyalldied dot com.

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  5. I'll definitely help with an honest review! Kindar's Cure sounds like a great read.

    My email is martysunshine (at) yahoo (dot) com.

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  6. I still haven't finished this. I'd love to help out. I can do reviews on goodreads and amazon and I suppose my blog too though it has limited traffic. My book comes out next month so I think it is saving up karma.

    -Tracy (tjorg86@gmail.com)

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    1. Can't wait to read your book. Gotta find out about the Girl with Brown Eyes!

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  7. I'm buying the book and will be reviewing when I finish reading!

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  8. I can post Filly's review. Not sure how to word it, but she loved it. I'll have to take a pic and send to you of it's now dog eared cover and her notes ...

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    1. I'd love a picture and tell Filly thanks. Young people spreading the word, that's what every author needs.

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  9. I'd love to get involved. I don't have a blog-based review presence, but I do teach creative writing and fantasy/sf lit courses at a high school for the gifted, so I'm always recommending and referencing books for my students' benefit.

    I have the Kindle app on my phone and iPad so I could read it that way. (tracytownsend00 (at) gmail.com)

    Thanks, Michelle!

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    1. Your class sounds so interesting. I bet you have fun with that. Thanks, a copy is on it's way!

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