Sunday, October 14, 2012

Beyond the Cell Blog Tour: Book Trailer + Giveaway

Hello everyone! I hope you are having a fine fall season. This time of year, with its weather that inspires curling up under a soft down blanket with a good book, is one of my favorites, and, just having started fall break, I hope to be able to enjoy it.

The reason I bring this up is the widely accepted fact that autumn is the perfect time for a good paranormal or fantasy book. Although I do read more contemporary, I love reading novels of this genre, especially in October and November. There is something about their atmosphere that gets readers in the mood for brisk breezes and leaves crunching under their feet. And today, I have the pleasure of participating in a blog tour for one of these books, B
eyond the Cell, a young adult urban fantasy novel by Sara Tribble.
Sixteen-year-old Sonata Wilde is living in Hell.

Not literally Hell, more like a prison stashed away in the mountains known as The Cell. All mythical beings were banished to live here nine years ago, segregated from the humans. Being trapped in captivity is breaking her down and the temptation of escaping grows stronger, regardless of what it might cost her.

No one has ever made it out of The Cell, not with the extreme voltage on the wires and constant guards on patrol. It’s damn near impossible, minus one loophole. Sonata has a plan ready to set in motion, along with help standing by to make sure it all goes accordingly. The taste of freedom is within her grasp and she’s ready to embrace it once again.

All she has to do now is stay alive.
For this stop, I am screening Beyond the Cell's book promo, which the author produced herself.

After reading that intriguing description and watching that intense video, you may be thinking to yourself, I must read that book! If you are, you should definitely enter Sara Tribble's giveaway, which you can conveniently do right here.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

As of right now, the winner will be chosen on Halloween, so be sure to get your entries in. Good luck, happy autumn, and happy reading!

1 comment:

  1. Emily! Love how you set all of this up! It's great! Thanks so much for helping me out! =D


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