Thursday, September 24, 2015

Winner Announcement of Amber Lough's book THE BLIND WISH plus call for article submissions

First off, a huge thank you to Amber for visiting us and a special thank you to everyone who entered the contest.

The winner has been chosen at random and is ….. Laura R.! Congratulations Laura!

Please get in touch with us and let us know your snail mail address so the book can be sent to you as soon as possible.

About the book

Two sisters. A war. And the wish to end regret. . . . The magical, evocative follow-up to The Fire Wish.

The war: The lies that started the conflict are in the open now, but the war between the humans and the jinn is as bitter as ever—and becoming far more treacherous.

The sisters: Najwa and Zayele have just learned they’re half-jinni, half-human twins. Najwa is now the jinni representative at the human palace, working to bring peace. But her new role comes at a price—she’s no longer allowed alone with her cherished Prince Kamal. And as Zayele adjusts to life among the jinn, she discovers that she’s a magus, one of the most powerful jinn in the Cavern. 
Suddenly, she’s thrown into special training, and the strongest young men in the army are competing to be paired up with her.

The wish: Once again, Zayele makes a wish. A wish that she doesn’t think can possibly go wrong. A wish that neither sister could imagine would change the outcome of the war.

Praise for Jinni Wars I: The Fire Wish:

“War, magic, and romance kept me reading nonstop!” —Tamora Pierce, New York Times bestselling author of the Beka Cooper trilogy

“A fantastically compelling and romantic read from a shining new voice in YA.” —Laini Taylor, New York Times bestselling author of Daughter of Smoke and Bone

Buy the book at Indie or Barnes & Noble

Call for submissions:

The SCBWI Germany & Austria blog is looking for blog posts. Do you have an idea you want to share with our fellow readers? Perhaps an interview with a bookseller or a librarian? Tips on Photoshop? A book review of a craft book on illustrating or writing? Send your proposals to germanyaustria-ra (at) scbwi (dot) org.

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