HAPPY BIRTHDAY! MONTH9BOOKS IS TURNING 2: EPIC GIVEAWAYS AND AUTHOR POSTS

DON'T BE TARDY FOR THIS PARTY
Thank you for stopping by today and joining in on the birthday celebration! Make sure to mingle and check out the upcoming YA books, enjoy some birthday goodies in the giveaway and meet an Elizabeth Holloway and awesome guest who has a spooky story to share with us!



Welcome to Month9Books Birthday Bash! We’re so excited you’re all stopping by!
This is going to be an awesome event with many tour stops featuring our authors! The full schedule is below and make sure to stick around for the EPIC Giveaway taking place!

Here’s a quick note from Georgia McBride, owner of Month9Books!

“Month9Books is turning 2 this year and I could not be happier. We are living proof that if you have a dream to write, create and inspire, you should follow that dream and let nothing keep you from realizing it. Thank you to all the readers, writers, agents, partners and friends who have made this possible. We write for you.

--Georgia McBride, Publisher and Owner of Month9Books”

While all of the posts are from our authors that have books out already we also want to look forward to some of the 2015 titles we can’t wait to share with you!

Here’s a slide show of some our 2015 books!



We have a ton of sequels coming as well as new books from awesome debut authors and we’re so excited to share them all with you! We have something for everyine from every genre from Sci-Fi to Fantasy to Paranormal and Horror!

Giveaway Details:
(1) New Kindle with touchscreen (US only) loaded with all our Month9Books titles. US Only.
(1) Paperback prize pack of 5 Month9Books Titles. US ONLY.
(2) eBook Prize Packs of 5 Month9Books titles. International
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Meet the Authors and amazing host Blogs!
MAKE SURE TO STOP BY AND VISIT ALL THESE PARTICIPATING BLOGS!! AND JOIN IN ON THE CELEBRATION.
All posts will be live on October 31st!
Jessica Arnold will be hosted by Read for your Future
Vanessa Barger will be hosted by Pretty Little Pages          
Lisa M. Basso will be hosted by In Vogue with Books
Sarah Bromley will be hosted by A Book and A Latte          
Steve Bryant will be hosted by Jump Into Books
Brynn Chapman will be hosted by A Backwards Story         
Nicole Conway will be hosted by Two Chicks on Books
Scott Craven will be hosted by Books and Ashes   
Ty Drago will be hosted by The A P Book Club       
Dorothy Dreyer will be hosted by Her Book Thoughts!
Dorothy Dreyer will be hosted by Oops! I Read A Book Again
Jennifer M. Eaton will be hosted by Book Briefs   
Kit Forbes will be hosted by Book Lovers Life        
Janice Gable Bashman  will be hosted by All Things Urban Fantasy 
Amanda Gray will be hosted by Aspiring Joy           
Kelly Hashway/Ashelyn Drake will be hosted by Book Geek Review
Elizabeth Holloway will be hosted by Tales of a Ravenous Reader
Missy Kalicicki and Abi Ketner will be hosted by Once Upon A Twilight
Nicola Marsh will be hosted by ReadWriteLove28
Georgia McBride will be hosted by YA Sisterhood
Jen McConnel will be hosted by A Dream Within A Dream 
Jackie Morse Kessler will be hosted by Dark Faerie Tales   
Beck Nicholas will be hosted by The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club
Michelle E. Reed will be hosted by Doodle's Book Reviews              
Heather Reid will be hosted by Bookish Things & More
A. Lynden Rolland will be hosted by Fiction State of Mind
Kristal Shaff will be hosted by Chicklit vs Fantasy
Pab Sungenis will be hosted by Classy Cat Books  
Rachel Tafoya will be hosted by Jessabella Reads
Vicki L. Weavil will be hosted by Magical Urban Fantasy Reads


Thank you for stopping by today and joining in on the celebrations with MONTH9BOOKS! Don't forget to enter in the giveaway and please check out Elizabeth Holloway and her new novel CALL ME GRIM that was just released last month. Elizabeth has also been very kind and along with the birthday celebration she has also written a great story in honor of today, Halloween. Check it out I guarantee it will make you want to leave the light on :)

Title: CALL ME GRIM
Author: Elizabeth Holloway
Release Date: September 9, 2014
Pages: 250
Publisher: Month9Books
Formats: Paperback, eBook

The truck should have turned Libbi Piper into a Libbi Pancake—and it would have, too, if Aaron hadn't shown up and saved her life. The problem? Aaron's the local Grim Reaper . . . and he only saved Libbi's life because he needs someone to take over his job. Now, Libbi has two days to choose between dying like she was supposed to, or living a lonely life as Death Incarnate. Talk about a rock and a hard place. And the choice goes from hard to sucktastic when her best friend shows up marked: condemned as a future murderer. Libbi could have an extra week to stop the murder and fix the mark . . . but only if she accepts Aaron's job as Reaper, trapping herself in her crappy town forever, invisible and inaudible to everyone except the newly dead. But, if she refuses? Her best friend is headed straight for Hell.

About Elizabeth:
Elizabeth Holloway is a maternity nurse living in Southern Pennsylvania with her two teen children and their pets, Bam-bam the dog and Tinkerbell the cat. In addition to nursing and writing, she’s also an avid reader, an artist, a karaoke singer, a music lover, and a kick-ass Pictionary player. Her debut YA novel, CALL ME GRIM, will be released from Month9Books in Fall 2014.


It’s Halloween! by Elizabeth Holloway

It’s Halloween! Time to dress up the kiddies and roam the neighborhood begging for candy. Time for ALL stores to display pumpkin flavored, scented, and shaped EVERYTHING. And it’s also time for spooky stories about ghosts, monsters, and creepy-crawlies. In other words, it’s my favorite time of year!
Since I am an author, and it is Halloween, I thought I would regale you with a creepy story. A real story. I know it’s real because it happened to me. Really.

Several years ago, my children and I moved from Maryland to Pennsylvania. It was an adjustment for all of us, but we needed a house of our own (living with your mom as a grown adult with two kids gets old after a while). We found what we thought was the perfect home. It was a good size, in a quiet neighborhood, and close to the local schools. It wasn’t long before the house proved how unperfect it was.
It started with electronics. Batteries drained way too quickly and electronic things just up and stopped working. All the time. We went through five CD players/radios, two car stereos, two cameras, a camcorder, two computers, several remote controls, and so many light bulbs I lost count, all within less than two years.
Then we got our dog. Bam-bam (that’s his name. Don’t ask.) would bark and growl at this one area of the ceiling in the living room. It wasn’t long after that when, around the same time every night, something heavy would thump in the attic. Can you guess where the thump came from? Yup. Exactly in the spot where Bam-bam barked and growled. Now, it could have been an army of squirrels up in the attic that liked to drop furniture in the same spot, at the same time, every night, for weeks, but I was too freaked out to check.
One cold and rainy night, I was up late writing. The rain beat down in slanted sheets, hitting the windows and roof and reverberating through the house in violent pings and pangs. But underlying the symphony of pouring rain, I heard music. Confused—it was three in the morning, after all—I went to check on my kids. Maybe one of them was watching TV in their room or something. But, no. They were both tucked in bed, sound asleep.
Knees shaking, I went to the front door and looked out the window. Walking down the middle of the street, in the pouring rain, with no coat and no umbrella, was a man dressed in dark colors playing what looked like a harmonica. Of course, I did what any sane person would do in that situation. I checked the lock, and slowly backed away from the door. Maybe it was just a crazy man walking around in the middle of the night, in the rain, playing a harmonica. I don’t know. But the town we live in is very close to Gettysburg, a place known for its battlefield ghosts. Crazy man or ghost, I wasn’t taking any chances either way.

1 comment:

  1. Happy Birth to Month9Books! It's new to me but looks like they have some interesting books. Great giveaway! Thanks!

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