Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Over the Ocean Cover Reveal & After the Cataclysm by Inge H. Borg

I'm excited to be able to share two new books by blogger buddies today! 

First up, I'm participating in the cover reveal for Over the Ocean by Georgia St. Mane.






About the book:

When Bree meets Logan, and hears his oh-so-sexy British accent, it's lust at first sight.

Bree thinks Logan feels the same way, especially when they're snuggled up on her couch with his tongue down her throat. But when Logan decides that getting into a relationship when he only has a few months left in the States is a bad idea, Bree agrees to be "just friends."

But every time he flashes his swoon-worthy smile, complete with dimples, Bree has a hard time keeping her thoughts in the "friend zone."

Add Over the Ocean on Goodreads

Teaser:



About the author: 

Georgia St. Mane is married with four kids. She's passionate about writing, reading, and theater. She thinks everyone deserves their own love story. Georgia also writes YA as Rachel Schieffelbein.



Next up, Inge H. Borg has just released her latest title, After the Cataclysm. Here is all the info on the book:

Inge H. Borg’s Book 3 of the Legends of the Winged Scarab series is a dystopian action/adventure that stands alone. However, readers would benefit from having read at least Book 2 - Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea, whereas Book 1, Khamsin, the Devil Wind of the Nile, is a complete stand-alone with only its artifacts bridging it to its two sequels.

Yellowstone Supervolcano explodes. A ghost ship, the abandoned real Lyubov Orlova, becomes a floating battleground between protagonists from Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea, Book 2. After the Cataclysm, Book 3 of the Legends of the Winged Scarab series, a dystopian action-adventure novel, plunges straight into this desperate post-apocalyptic world. Egyptologist Naunet Wilkins and her scientist husband Jonathan flee their lawless homeland, accepting an uneasy offer from Egyptian archaeologist Jabari El-Masri, a fugitive from his own country. He was given refuge on Venezuela’s Isla Margarita, owned by the fanatic art collector Lorenzo Dominguez. Did El-Masri barter his Golden Tablets and the expertise of his American friends for his own exile? Once again, Naunet is torn between translating the ancient curses for the ruthless South American billionaire, and saving her future world from the dire prophecies. As another ill-wind blows, she finds her answer.

For a couple of weeks, Inge offers a FREE download of her Book 2 in exchange for an honest review. You’ll also have a chance to win a $10 Gift Certificate from Amazon. Just download Sirocco here.


All of Borg’s books are available in e-book format as well as in print. Read more about them on the following:


Inge H. Borg – Author Pages

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Congratulations and best of luck to both Georgia and Inge! 

26 comments:

  1. EEk! I loved that blurb for Over the Ocean. I really shouldn't because the TBR list is threatening to bury me, but I'm stacking that one on. AWESOME.

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  2. Thanks for sharing my cover, Julie! And congratulations to Inge! It sounds great!

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  3. Congratulations to Georgia and Inge!! Both books look great :)

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  4. Thanks, Julie, for a great "New release-feature" for my Cataclysm (Book 3). I do hope your friends will take advantage and download the free copy of Sirocco (Book 2) while my promotion lasts.

    Again, you do a great job with your blog; always a pleasure visiting with you and your friends.

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  5. So many books to read and so little time! *practices speed reading*

    Grats on the books!

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  6. Beautiful covers!! Good luck to Inge and Rachel!

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  7. Good job by Georgia for getting her cover out there. I've been seeing it everywhere.

    Congrats to Borg!

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  8. Congratulations to Georgia aka Rachael!

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  9. One fun, one intriguing, and both look like good reads. Good luck all around!

    Love Rachel's, er, um, Georgia's cover. Love that pen name, too. ;)

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  10. Great books! Awesome covers! I especially like the cover for Over the Ocean :)

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  11. Congrats to Georgia and Inge! Both covers are very eye catching!

    Julie

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  12. Congratulations to both on their releases. I absolutely love the Over the Ocean cover.

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  13. Best of luck to Georgia and Inge on their releases. Love the covers.

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  14. Congrats to Inge and Rachel!
    I do like that first cover... those vanity cases are really quaint!

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  15. Congrats to Rachel and Inge! I'm especially excited for Over the Ocean. :)

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  16. Awesome covers! And that blurb... so much to read, so little time. :)

    Have a great weekend!
    shahwharton.com

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  17. Yey. New computer! I can finally visit everyone freely without freezing up.
    Thanks to all of you above for the nice comments, and congratulations to Georgia. We all know how great it feels. But mostly, thank you once again, Julie, for having me on your great blog.

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  18. Congrats to both Georgia and Inge! Nice covers. :)

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  19. Congrats to Georgia and Inge! Great covers and great blurbs!

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  20. The covers look great and the new release sounds tantalizing. Need more hours in the day to read!

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  21. A big congrats to Georgia and Inge :) These look like fun!

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  22. I love the cover for Over the Ocean. It's simple but gorgeous.

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  23. I've seen the first one around and the second one is new to me. :) Congrats to the authors.

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