Thursday, October 4, 2018

Rite to Reign Scavenger Hunt with Author Angela Kulig

Author Angela Kulig here, welcome to day #5 of the Rite to Reign Scavenger Hunt! I have a killer prize waiting for my R2R-ers, but first a little about me. 

I write books.
These books, as well as others. 

Now that's out of the way, on the important bits! 

You can an AWESOME Hocus Pocus Prize Pack, including, the All-New Sequel, amazing pumpkin bread scented Hocus Pocus Candle, and $5 Amazon Gift Card; brought to you by the fabulous authors of Rite to Reign and me, Author Angela Kulig.

Enter below, and make sure you check out the impressive other prizes using this map.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

September Follower Giveaway!

Now that my last prize is on its way to the winner, it's time for a new giveaway! This one has an easy entry! One US winner will receive a Library Card Tote, Personal Library System, and Journal!

Friday, August 3, 2018

This is your second chance:

My Newsletter Subscribers can still enter to win this:

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Sunday, December 31, 2017

This is the end...

The end of 2017 is near, and I am happy to say you can snag a new book to take with you into the new year.

First things first, I know many of you have been waiting! The next Hollows book is here:

Alex is about to learn if keeping secrets is cruel or compassionate.

Next is my brand spanking new paranormal series. Beau Bones:

Beau Bones is as honest as you'll let him be. At twenty-three he doesn't believe in aliens, vampires, ghosts, or himself. He's a skeptic, he's paid to not believe; Beau is the voice of reason, the devil's advocate, he's the one no one ever listens to. So when paranormal researcher and professional pretty boy Zap Laughlin shows up to turn him into a superstar (and maybe get into his pants) almost everyone loses their collective mind. Especially Beau.

Monday, October 16, 2017

'To Kill a Mocking Bird' BANNED, in my back yard...literally.

I've just come back from a vacation/ hurricane evacuation (more on that later) but I wanted to get your thoughts on this:

Biloxi Mississippi, the place my husband works, one town over from where I live just removed To Kill a Mocking Bird from the school reading list because...

“There were complaints about it. There is some language in the book that makes people uncomfortable, and we can teach the same lesson with other books..."

I'd really, really love to get your thoughts on this. If you could leave me your comments here, that'd be swell. Please, and thank you!