BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS: LUCID
Once Nara combines her prophetic ability with Ethan’s power to outsmart Fate at his own deadly cat-and-mouse game, she’s more determined than ever to help Ethan learn the meaning behind the raven sword tattoo that suddenly appeared on his back after their confrontation with Fate.
During her quest to uncover the tattoo’s secrets, Nara enlists the help of some new friends and discovers her own surprising connection to Ethan.
While Nara digs deeper into the mystery, her desire for answers leads her down a dangerous path full of powerful and ruthless enemies. Swept into an age-old battle, Nara quickly learns that keeping one’s enemies close can be a necessary evil, making an intangible enemy she can control far more preferable to the human enemies she can’t.
COMING: JULY 9th, 2012!
One day left to enter for a chance to win a print copy of BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS, a signed bookplate and other prizes at Refracting Light Reviews blog!
Check out my interview with Jill at Little Hyuts!
RECENT BKoD REVIEWS
“…I really loved this book! I knew I was going to as soon as I read the synopsis! The beautiful cover didn’t hurt either. This book is so unique and so well written it was hard not to fall in love with it! I started reading and was hooked right away, finished it in one sitting…” Click here to read the rest at Little Hyuts Blog
“…I really enjoyed this book. It was a real page turner. The way P.T. writes is astoundingly smooth with no hiccups. She has a created a fantastic set of characters and a story line that is sure to grab your attention and keep you glued until the end and then leave you wanting more…” Click here to read the entire review at Read Between the Lines
I wanted to give you a heads up that BKoD is now available in PRINT at B&N and all the European Amazon outlets. Currently B&N has it on SALE for ($8.99), which is a phenomenal price. It won’t stay like that forever, so jump on that if you’ve considered buying the print version. As an FYI, I had to increase the print book price so that I could put BKoD in extended distribution (ie, make it available at B&N, Book Depository, etc). It could take up to six weeks before you see it everywhere.
Also, I just did an interview with Mickey at I’m a Book Shark where, among other questions, I answer this question: Who do you think would make a great audiobook narrator for BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS? Hope you’ll check it out!
RECENT BKoD REVIEW
An interview and review of BKoD with Jean the Book Nerd! “Excitement, suspense, and mystery encircle this book. The storyline is unique and interesting. A truly creative plot that keeps the reader engaged and fascinated. Michelle’s writing method flows like liquid. She avoids confusing time frame skips which helped this remarkable story’s pace to not speed up, and more importantly, does not slow down. The mystery that envelops the story is gripping. It offered something new and exciting on each page which draws the reader in more and more.” Click here to read the entire review at Jean Book Nerd.
I’m almost done with Lucid! Yay! The good news is that you’ll have a LONG book for all your waiting! I promise I’ll give you a release date once I hear back from my crit partners (and see how much work they have for me). Also, be sure to sign up for my NEWSLETTER, which will be the easiest way for you to be instantly informed when LUCID releases.
A while back I was asked on Twitter if I had an idea how I perceived Ethan from BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS. I’m usually a little leery about posting pictures that I feel represent characters in my books (mainly because I like readers to form how they think a character looks in their own minds), but since Valerie at Stuck in Books will be featuring Ethan on her blog this Monday, I thought it would be fun to give an “idea” what I think he might look like.
I’ll be honest, no ONE person really jumped out at me as Ethan, but a couple were close. So without further ado, here are few pictures that I feel represent Ethan.
Imagine the sharpness and intensity of Alex Pettyfer’s features….
Jordan Nichols’ dark good looks. Then take him even darker.
That’s how I picture Ethan.
If you’re reading this first, don’t forget to hop over to Stuck in Books, where Valerie pops in on Ethan for an impromptu interview. Finally, a glimpse of things from Ethan’s point-of-view.