Monday, April 8, 2013

After the Masque... More Masque!



Time for all Bethany Griffin fans to celebrate.  Her deadly, sexy, (and alligator-filled) Masque of the Red Death is now available in paperback.  What’s more, the conclusion to the two-book series, Dance of the Red Death, comes out on April 23rd.  To celebrate, we’re giving away a paperback copy of Masque.  But first, here’s a bit about the books.

If you haven’t read the first book, Masque, you’re missing quite a ride with heroine Araby Worth.  I won’t spoil the ending, but I can promise romance, action, costumes, steampunkish gear, monsters (both the human and animal kind), plus the heavy air of revolution.  The emotional weight of Bethany’s writing is addictive.

Good as Masque is, though, Dance is even better.  The world grows larger and denser, Araby hits new highs and lows, the plot--as they say--thickens.  On her website, Bethany begins her description of Dance with the phrase “Everything is on fire” and I agree.  Reserve your copy now.

     






Please comment below to be considered for the drawing. Extra points offered for posting about the contest on Facebook or Twitter (please include mention of this in your comment). Email MUST be included in the comment to be considered. Open to US and Canadian entries only - apologies. Contest closes at midnight EST on 4/14/13.

7 comments:

Aurora Smith said...

Oh! Gonna check it out!

Evelyn said...

Congratulations on the paperback edition and on the upcoming release! Exciting times.

Heather Dent said...

It looks intriguing! When I saw the title I thought it was the short story by Edgar Allen Poe (which is excellent literature.) I'd love to see if this book is related to Poe's work at all.

Lisa Tapp said...

Having read Bethany's 'Masque,' I can say it is excellent. Thanks for the heads up on the new release. I'll be looking for it. :)

Joyce Lansky said...

Count me in. Thanks for the information about a great opportunity, Kurt.

http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

Kristin Lenz said...

Thanks, Kurt. I enjoyed the first Masque, but I don't remember alligators. ? I guess this means I should probably re-read it before book 2!

Christine said...

I just recently read Masque and was really impressed--can't wait to read Dance and find out how the characters' stories end (especially after that ending in Masque...!)

And Kristen: the alligators were at the castle :)