Monday, January 6, 2014

The Labyrinth Wall Monster Party

I'm easing back in to posting after the long holiday break by participating in the Labyrinth Wall Monster Party, hosted by Emilyann Girdner. I am looking forward to returning to regular posting with this week's meeting of the Insecure Writer's Support Group on Wednesday.

The Labyrinth Wall Monster Party!

Welcome to The Labyrinth Wall Monster Party! The monster party blog fest is a celebration of The Labyrinth Wall book release, which is available now. So to join in the fun… The Labyrinth Wall Author, Emilyann, has invited participants to post about a monster, share The Labyrinth Wall release information and jump around to read about everyone else’s monsters. Join the party by hoping around to check out the monsters, and have a blast!

Just a quick note from me to share about my own favorite monster - without a doubt I love vampires! And I love my vampires evil - the more evil they are, the better. if you've read my novel Polar Night this probably isn't a surprise. :D

And now, take it away, Emilyann!
Without further delay, let’s kick off this book launch and learn more about The Labyrinth Wall…

The Labyrinth Wall
(Obsidian Series, Book1)

This is the tale of a young woman who discovers that although labyrinth walls confine her and her enemies try to repress her, the power of hope can set her free…


The Labyrinth Wall:
Young Adult Fantasy Novel
By: Emilyann Girdner
Nicole Zoltack and James Allen Sr.

Free Amazon Download (New Year Special)
Ebook: Now on Amazon
Paperback: January through Barnes & Noble and Amazon

Readers have said:

"A fascinating tale of adventure, danger and self discovery. You will not want to put this one down as you are drawn into the quest for something as unknown and distant as a reoccurring, puzzling and incomprehensible dream."

“Full of exciting situations, humor, and a good look at the human psyche of a labyrinth prisoner, this book pulls you in, and doesn't let you go until the very end.” ~ Desert Rose Reviews

"The Author created a very in depth world that left me even more curious about it." 

Fun Fact:

When the Author was asked to describe her feelings about the protagonist in The Labyrinth Wall… 

“The protagonist, Araina, is easy for me to relate to. She has trust issues, and I’ve been there before. Also, in writing her character, I enjoyed exploring her lack of context and back story… basically a lack of belonging and no memories. For me she’s interesting to follow because I often struggle with memories and if I’m not careful to watch my attitude, a sense of not belonging can creep over me too.”    

Explore the labyrinth map…

To subscribe for more updates, play games, and grab goodies (some are FREE), visit!

Don’t forget to hop around to all the participating sites and show some comment love…

The Labyrinth Wall Party Sites:


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  1. Congratulations, Kimberly!
    I'd get lost in that maze even with a map.
    And Godzilla is my favorite monster.

  2. A pity I didn't hear about this sooner. Looks like a fun bloghop to participate in. Happy New Year.

  3. An amazing idea, Julie, very clever! Happy New Year! Carole.

  4. Sorry I missed the sign-up for the hop. I grabbed my copy, though. My goal is to read more books in 2014. Congrats, Emilyann!

  5. What a great map. And Emilyann's answer about her character was wonderful. I get a good sense of who she is and what the book is about just from that.

  6. This is a clever promotion! Yes, vampires are wonderful monsters. Now I'm more curious about Polar Night.

    Happy New Year

  7. Here's to a great launch and lots of success with your book. Loved the labyrinth map.

  8. Got my free copy. Damn this book is popping up everywhere.

  9. Got my free copy, just in time for my new Kindle! I've always loved vampires, too.

  10. Emilyann is painting the town in Labyrinth colors! Wishing her much success!

    I had no idea there were evil vampires in Polar night. Now I really want to read it!!

  11. Just downloaded 'The Labyrinth Wall' - thanks for the information, Julie. I'll try to get to it asap.

  12. Vampires are such a classic monster! Not surprised at all that you picked them. ;)

  13. Not a huge vamp fan. I'm figuring they have stinky breath and cold hands...neither is very attractive! I'd cuddle up with a warm werewolf first...I'm used to dog breath!

  14. Julie:

    Vampires are a great pick Julie! Ever since I saw Interview with a Vampire (then read the book), I've been hooked =) Thank you so very much for your help with this event. So glad you could join the party =)

    Alex - Nice, Godzilla is a great pick!

    Vanessa - Who knows, maybe there will be more monster partys in the future ;)

    Carole - Julie is clever, isn't she?

    Susan - I'm so glad you could grab the book. I hope you enjoy!

    Emily - Thank you about the map and as a writer your comment about the response to the protagonist question makes me so happy. Thank you for the king words.

    TBM - Thank you =-)

    Cleemckenzie - Thank you so much =)

    Sheena-Kay - Thank you for checking out the book =-) Hope you enjoy the read.

    Sarah - Thank you for grabbing a copy. Enjoy it =-)

    Lexa - Thank you for the good luck wishes =). I really appreciate that.

    Fanny - Thank you for checking out my book. I hope you really enjoy it :)

    Heather - Agreed, who doesn't love vampires?

    Elizabeth - That's pretty funny stuff "I'm used to dog breath." I'd keep lots of garlic around ;)

  15. Congratulations to Kimberly. The book sounds amazing. I don't exactly LIKE any monsters, but as Julie, I guess Vampires, evil and sparkly are up there on my list of evils...

  16. I got my copy of the book. Can't wait to read it!

  17. Congrats on your new relaease, Emilyann! That is one incredible maze! Julie, I loved the handsome and evil vampire in Polar Night!



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