Sunday, May 6, 2012

SEE by Jamie Magee Blog Tour

Sorry this post is a little late..

The Gorgeous Cover!

Title - See
Author - Jamie Magee
Release date - 5th May 2012
Summery -  Forgetting who you are, your ambitions, your passions is crippling….but remembering – embracing your purpose with a new sense of determination is more than empowering….it's life altering. Charlie Myers is on a life altering path that will cause the dammed to humble in silence.

One night…just a few friends, how could it go so wrong? That was the question seventeen year old Charlie Myers was asking when she found herself in the ER. Outwardly nothing was wrong with Charlie, she was a vision of perfect heath, internally she was battling a raging headache…one the doctor told her she would overcome shortly, but Charlie knew something else was wrong …very wrong.

Part of her had been stolen…she was missing memories. Those memories were sacred. They held the key to her sanity. They told her that the sinister whispers, the shadows that came to life before her were not as ominous as she felt they were. They held the bond with her late father, a famed musician. They caused her to forget the one talent that allowed her to face the darkness that haunted her every waking hour. They also masked a much deeper bond, the face of the one that had stolen her heart, long before the age of seventeen.

Sitting in the ER with her angry mother she couldn’t figure out what she was missing, or even how. Her thoughts told her that she needed to protect Britain, a friend of hers, but that didn’t make any sense – Britain didn’t need to be protected from anyone, he was strong, young, and absurdly wealthy. Charlie also knew that even though her friend Bianca called Charlie her best friend, she didn’t trust her …she was almost sure she despised her, but she couldn’t figure out why, or understand how random thoughts were telling her that she adored both Britain and Bianca – that they were her saviors – that they brought silence to the unstoppable whispers, but the silence scared Charlie. In her mind anyone or anything that could bring silence to something that dark could not be good.

Charlie wanted to stay in NY, figure out what she was missing, why, and who was behind it all, but her mother had other plans. Against her will, Charlie was sent to Salem to live with her sister, within that small town Charlie found her memories and so much more.

Her story begins now.

Here's a little teaser to peak your interest even more...

I expected all the lights to be on in the school, but they weren’t. I stood at the entry way to the hallway my locker was on. It was barely lit enough for me to see my way. I thought about just leaving whatever was in my locker behind, but then the frustration of giving in to my fears took over. I unzipped my robe and laid it on the floor, took in a breath, then ran to my locker. The shadows reached out for me, and I heard them say, “Charlie...come, Charlie…we need you...come.”

“Never,” I said, gritting my teeth as I fumbled with my combination.

The only thing I found in my locker was a black hoodie.  I quickly put it on, covering my black dress. As I started to walk briskly back, I fumbled with my hood; something that I could not see pushed it back. I heard the whispers hiss and laugh as I turned, looking for anything or anyone that could have touched me. My heart started to race, and adrenaline rushed through every part of me.

“ – ours, Charlie,” the whispers hissed.

I tried to step forward, but something blocked me. I couldn’t step back or to either side. Panic completely consumed me. I fell to my knees, squinting my eyes closed and humming as loud as I could. I swear, I could feel the shadows brush against me. I was horrified. Then all at once, they were silent, and whatever was blocking me had vanished.

I stood slowly and pulled my hood up as I took a deep breath. Every part of me was numb – they were getting stronger, and I didn’t know why.

“Charlie,” I heard Britain say.

I let my breath out, now knowing why the shadows and whispers had vanished.

I turned to see him just a few feet away. You’d think that I’d be grateful – that the fact that he could somehow shield all of my fears would make me want to be with him, but it didn’t. It made me mad. I wanted to be the one that caused them to be silent .I didn’t want to need him.

“Are you OK?” he asked in a concerned tone as he slowly walked to me.

“I didn’t know you were coming,” I said, trying to change the subject – to avoid the question of why I looked so terrified.

He reached my side and let his hands rest on my hips, pulling me closer to him. He then tilted his head, still holding a concerned expression. “Where else would I be?” he asked, trying to hold my stare.

 I looked down. “I have to go.”

He gently reached his fingertips to my chin and encouraged me to look him in the eye. I held my breath and stared into him fearlessly. His grin widened. “Where are we going?”

“I can’t take you with me…but I need you tell me you’ll be fine…that I don’t have to worry about you.”

His tender expression changed to anger. “What are you saying? I don’t want you going anywhere alone,” he said, looking down the dark hallway. “It’s not safe for you to be alone.”

“I don’t think it’s safe to be with you either – obviously, helping you managed to leave me worse off than I was to begin with.”

“How do you know that? What’s worse?”

“My memory, for one thing – I can’t even remember half the things we’ve said to each other…why I wanted to see something in you…save you.”

“See?” he repeated, tilting his head.

I let out a frustrated breath. “I don’t know what I mean – if you remember what I wanted to help you with – listen to me. I had to have told you.”

He stepped slightly back, and I saw his dominant jaw lock. I could tell he was angry - not at me, but at someone – maybe even Bianca.

“You thought I was in danger…but you’re wrong…standing at your side, it’s impossible for me to be in danger – you stop it.”

“Stop what?” I said in a vacant tone, wanting someone to acknowledge the fact that I could hear darkness – that somehow next to him, it was silent.

He looked down at me and let his eyes dance across my face before he answered. “There’s a balance in the universe.” He reached his hands for my waist and pulled me close to him. “And when you disturb that balance, you bring hardship that’s undeserved to you.”

“I’m causing this?” I said, looking down the hall at the shadows that I knew were waiting for a chance to toy with me.

“I don’t think you mean to…you were born this way – into your family…but I can take your fear away…you just have to trust me to do that.”

My stomach started to turn, and I felt dizzy. I had never told him anything about my family. I don’t even think he knew I had a sister. Why would he say my family had a curse? I felt a yearning to argue with him, to tell him he was wrong, that his family…his world was dangerous and he had to save himself. That he was strong enough, but I couldn’t find the words to back my emotions.

“How can you take it away – how do you?” I asked timidly as I tried to look calm.

He raised his right hand to my eye and gently caressed my lashes closed, then whispered, “Change your perspective – you have sympathy when you should have disgust.”

He lowered his hand, and I opened my eyes slowly. “I don’t have either of those emotions…I just want to ignore it.”

A grin spread across his face, and all of the anger he had before seemed to fade. “That works, too.” His eyes slowly searched my face. “You have to be the most breathtakingly beautiful… mysterious girl I have ever met.” His eyes glanced at the space around me. For a second, I thought someone had come to look for me, but then his eyes fell into mine again. “I don’t know what’s more intriguing to me – this shield you have around you, or the undeniable power of your soul.”

I smirked at his comment. “The power of my soul – that’s a little deeper than what most guys would say,” I said, raising my eyebrows as I removed his hands from my hips.

“I’m not most guys. I doubt anyone sees you the way I do,” he said, holding a serious gaze.

“And how is that?” I said, trying to hold a distant approach to his words – trying  to fight my swarming emotions – the ones that were telling me that if I could save him, I could protect something so much more precious…I just didn’t know what that was.

“You’re everything,” he whispered.

He slowly began to lean into me. I felt my heart race and my ears start to burn. I didn’t want to kiss him…it felt like it would be betrayal - one that I could never recover from.

I looked into his eyes, but they were not looking at me; they were carefully studying my lips. I closed my eyes, wishing for a way out of this. I felt the heat of his lips near mine. My heart was beating so loud, I barely heard the sound of my name.  I stepped back, finding myself against the lockers.

“Charlie?!” Kara said.

It sounded like she screamed, but it was more like a harsh whisper. I stepped abruptly back  from Britain and looked to my right to see her coming down the hall, holding my gown. I looked back up at Britain to see him grinning and shaking his head. “It’s uncanny how she always knows when to show up,” he whispered.

“That’s my sister,” I said as I let out a grateful sigh; if it were my mom, I’d be dead by now.


Jamie Magee's debut novel Insight is


Also you can get SEE on Kindle

You can stalk Jamie in these places..

Facebook page , Goodreads , Website ,

Jamie is giving away a printed/ signed copy of SEE and Insight ( my debut) along with bookmarks and picks - as well as a 25$ amazon gift card. In order to enter for any of this you MUST leave a comment on our blog - for the big prize Jamie will draw from all of the comments on the tour ( Which I've place all the stops below) 

May 4th Seduced by Books
May 5th The Reading Geek ~
May 5th Sassy Book Lovers ~
May 6th Page Flipperz ~
May 8th Taking it One Book at a Time ~
May 9th - Moon Stars Fantasy World ~
May 10th - Better Read Than Dead ~
May 11th Book Reader Addicts ~
May 12th Paranormal Reads ~
May 13th Judge Not by the Covers ~
May 14th The Shadowed Realm ~
May 15th YA Holic
May 16th Book Reader Addicts (character interview)
May 17th - Ya Holic ( interview)

The more you comment the more your name goes in the pot! To gain an extra entry you can follow Jamie's new blog at or like and comment on her FB page telling her what awesome blog sent you her way. ( )

So, don't forget to leave a comment on our blog with your email addy, you could win an e-copy of SEE by Jamie Magee.

Good Luck everyone!

Due to my baby due any day, I've fallen a little behind in my reviews. I'll have my review up in the next few weeks for SEE. Also my review for The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa will be up hopefully tomorrow. :)


  1. Hey cool! I think I have Insight on Kindle, but not See. Thanks for hosting part of the tour! I love to read about more authors :D


  2. Thank you so much for this stop :)!!!

  3. Great excerpt!!! Cant wait to read this. I loved Insight :)


  4. Shame on me never heard about Insight or See before. But they have a gorgeous cover..
    I really would love to read this books. Are they come in series?

  5. Love the excerpt! Thank you!

    lag110 at mchsi dot com

  6. I enjoyed the excerpt. The book sounds good.


  7. This books looks really great! I can't wait to read it :)
    Thanks a lot for the chance :)
    by.evie at yahoo dot com dot br

  8. I loved the excerpt. It sounds really good. Thank you for the giveaway!

    artgiote at gmail dot com

  9. The excerpt sounds really good:)

    1. I always forget my email:


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