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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Blog Tour- ANOMALY by K.A. Tucker Excerpt and a Giveaway!


K.A. Tucker's ANOMALY, the fourth and final book in her Young Adult Paranormal Series, The Causal Enchantments, is out! We're celebrating with a blog tour to help give you everything you need to know about this fantastic series. The Causal Enchantments will keep you on the edge of your seat while you read through all of the twists and turns. You don't want to miss this tour! See the schedule below and then enter to win a complete set of signed copies in the International giveaway!

Check out this awesome excerpt!

A flurry of harsh words and threatening tones swirled from the tunnel as we trailed Sofie back into the mine, the entrance a forty-five degree slant with a low overhang. There were no lights, no fires—nothing to illuminate the cavernous space—and yet with this new eyesight, I could easily distinguish every form, every face, every scowl.
As usual, Mortimer’s was the most ominous. “We need to stop this now!” His demand ricocheted off the chiseled stone walls.
“She’s overreacting,” Galen said with a sideways glare toward Mage.
“Overreacting?” Several quick steps brought Mortimer and Galen facing off with a mere foot of space between, their stances confrontational. Except for their looming size, they couldn’t look any more different—Mortimer, dark-haired and dressed in a tailored suit, Galen with a blond brush-cut and military fatigues. Mortimer’s arm shot out, his finger pointing at me. Past me, in the direction of the mine opening. “If this continues, the city will be lost within days.”
“Not likely,” Galen argued. “Jonah is the only one with enough control to breed and how many new fledglings can he create in a day? So … a few thousand are killed.” Galen shrugged but he didn’t back down. “We go in, we rid the city of him and his little army. It’s hardly cause for talk of hydrogen bombs.”
My eyes widened. They’re considering nuclear warfare already? Not even forty-eight hours had passed since the slaughter at Viggo and Mortimer’s Fifth Avenue building!
Galen continued, “Besides, fledglings aren’t causing this mess. They’re not nearly controlled enough. That psychopathic friend of yours is. If we should be hunting anyone, it’s him.”
“We have never been friends,” Mortimer spat back, but then paused to dip his head, tempering his manner in the act. “But I agree. He must be stopped.” I could only guess that they were talking about Viggo.
“What has he done now?” Caden called out.
Several heads turned to regard us. “You mean besides rampant murder and pillaging?” Galen answered.
I already knew about that. Unfortunately. Apparently, Viggo hadn’t wasted any time. Soon after he learned of Veronique’s release from the statue and that she had chosen Mortimer, he left a trail of bodies throughout Manhattan, terrorizing the city. News reports talked of a Christmas serial killer.
“Two hours ago, he walked into a press conference with national coverage and murdered the city’s mayor on live television,” Sofie explained.
Caden pulled me against him as voices rose again, clamoring to be heard. Lilly’s rancorous council member, Kait, screamed something about being trigger happy; Mortimer bellowed about being naïve fools. Even little Lilly, who normally remained composed, counted issues on her fingers. Only Mage and Sofie stood silent, watching the fury unfold.
“I thought they had a plan in place,” I whispered to Caden.
He offered me a guarded smile. “I guess they’re ironing out a few details.”
And yet we already seem to be at war, Max grumbled from his place beside me.


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ANOMALY Synopsis:
She was merely a pawn in their game. And then something happened. Once the fragile, naïve human, Evangeline has become altogether … different. A being who holds formidable power, she may be the key to changing the course of fate. Or she could be the final nail in the world’s coffin. But Evangeline doesn’t know exactly what she is, what she can do. She knows only that she has to stop an enemy far worse than the Sentinel and the sorceresses—one driven by revenge. And he’s hunting the man she loves. As Evangeline fights to keep Caden alive and the human population from eradication, she can’t help but sense the imminent doom. Find out if fate will prevail in the harrowing conclusion to the Causal Enchantment series.

ABOUT K.A. Tucker:
Author PhotoBorn in small-town Ontario, Kathleen published her first book at the age of six with the help of her elementary school librarian and a box of crayons. She is a voracious reader and the farthest thing from a genre-snob, loving everything from High Fantasy to Chick Lit. Kathleen currently resides in a quaint small town outside of Toronto with her husband, two beautiful girls, and an exhausting brood of four-legged creatures.     

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GIVEAWAY (Signed Set of the Causal Enchantment Series-International):

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Check out the tour schedule!

March 6
Rampant Readers-Review Only 
Rumpled Sheets Blog-Guest Post 
What the Cat Read-Review Only

March 7
Sassy Girl Books-Review Only 

March 8
Mythical Books-Excerpt 

March 9

March 10

March 11
Magical Urban Fantasy Reads-Author Interview 
Cocktails and Books-Review Only

March 12
Paperbook Princess-Review Only 

March 13
StarAngels Reviews-Review Only 

March 14
Just Me, Myself & I-Review Only 

March 15
I’m A Book Shark-Author Interview 

March 16
I Read Indie-Character Interview (Evangeline)

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