I didn't post on the 22nd because I was having technical difficulties. So late, as always, I'm posting today on this most awesome blog tour.
I got into Star Treck when I was in college and by then The Next Generation was in full swing. While I have to admit to knowing all those episodes by heart I have to say that TNG is not my favorite. After watching all the Star Trecks ever made (a few times) I have to say that Voyager is my all-time favorite. Why? The Borg and Seven of Nine.
I loved her journey into humanity and her blunders as she tries to find her way back into de-assimilation.
I also love how the metaphor of a whole culture being created by recruiting drones that all think alike. That is perhaps the main reason why I don't have cable and watch all my T.V. via Netflix! ...call me paranoid or crazy...I don't care. But I will NOT BE ASSIMILATED!
I am very honored to be over at Nikki's blog For The Love Of Books where she has posted her review of VEILED and is giving away a Paperback or an E-copy of Veiled to one lucky commenter!
I would love it if you took a minute and stopped by!
Stop by for another great interview, giveaway and review from Ashley!
Here's an excerpt from her review:
"So when I went into reading this book, I didn’t know what to expect. I’ve read books about God before and christian fictions but not a Christian Speculative Fiction. But I went into this book without an prior knowledge of what it covered. I was loved the book from the beginning. I love the character of Tess. She is the main character in the book and a good person to explain things since she is a discerner. Even as a spirit, you can tell that her gift helps her and doesn’t help her. I mean, she’s just like you and me… she denies feelings sometimes even though she can tell. I think that’s why I liked her so much.
"I was surprised by every turn; every chapter. Like I said, I didn’t know what to expect. I made sure I hadn’t read a single review or even the intro to the book before hand. I loved how she explained how Earth was made. It seriously made it real for me. Like I could see it in my head. It made me imagine about it like I was really there. That probably one of my favorite parts. I thought about every part of the book. It makes you think. I thought about everything covered in the bible. Another favorite part of the book is when Tess was an angel and helped people. It brought the bible alive for me. I thought about Angels helping in the past and currently, but never thought about it from their side. It was really cool."
I will be giving away a paperback copy of my book Veiled, so If you'd like t enter to win simply:
1-Follow my blog
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3-Leave me a comment with your contact info.
That's it! Happy Hopping!