Friday, November 14, 2014

**BOOK BLITZ & GIVEAWAY** Entertaining Angels by Monica Millard

Entertaining Angels
by Monica Millard
Publication date: November 11th 2014
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult
As a senior in high school, Samantha Heman’s too busy trying to avoid getting stomped by a moose at the bus stop and keeping her grades up until graduation to put much thought into angels or demons.
That all changes on the day she is kidnapped by notorious serial killer, Christopher Hainsely. It’s a day she finds herself confronted by both evil and good, because her savior appears in the form of an avenging angel come to strike the monster down with a single stroke of his flaming sword.
Though she’s trying to get on with her life, she cannot get the angel out of her head. It isn’t the burning wings, fiery eyes or the flaming sword that keeps her searching the internet for proof one way or another of his existence, though.
The feeling of warmth she experienced when she witnessed that sad smile just before he vanished in a wash of golden light, haunts her nights almost as often as the nightmares.
If angels exist, then demons must too, and they’re about to wage a war for her soul.


Guest Post with Monica Millard

You’re stuck on a deserted island and you can choose five books/series, what five would you choose and why?
1. The Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger. Technically this is five books, but the whole series is awesome so it’s getting lumped together. It has everything you could ever want. There are vampires, werewolves, ghosts, alternate history, steampunk, hats, poofy dresses and wit out the wazoo. I giggled through the entire series. And Lord Conall Maccon! Two words: Alpha Werewolf. Have I mentioned my secret werewolf addiction?
2. Stolen by Lucy Christopher. This book shouldn’t work, shouldn’t be amazing, it is told in second person as a letter from a kidnap victim to her captor, it leaves you with questions you can’t answer and will possibly make you mad for reasons that going in you wouldn’t think possible. It is storytelling at its very best. The story holds you captive and leaves you with a terrible case of Stockholm Syndrome.
3. The Chaos Walking Series by Patrick Ness. I love science fiction. This series has is thought provoking, beautiful and also tragic. I am in awe at Patrick Ness’s ability to pack so much, so many morals into one series and do it without feeling like that’s what he is doing. His book A Monster Calls slayed me with its clever, sneaky way of telling a truly emotional story, but it also made my cry my eyes out so, though it is pure genius, it isn’t one I’d reread.
4. Graceling by Kristin Cashore. Because of the romance in this one. The love story between Katsa and Po, it makes me want to reread it just thinking about it.
5. This is a toss up between The Daughter of Smoke and Bone and Under the Never Sky. I just love these two books and could reread them both multiple times and not get tired of the love story in each. (I know that’s cheating, but since it’s a fictional setting, I figured it’s my prerogative as an author to bend it a little.)


Monica Millard was born and raised in Alaska. She doesn’t own a dog sled team, but has worked in a place where there are buildings with caged exterior doors to keep employees from being eaten by polar bears.

Monica’s favorite quote is, “People do not see the world as it is, they see it as they are.” She is not sure who said it but it is a quote that has always stuck with her. She loves to read because it allows her to see the world through someone else’s perspective and experience something she would otherwise never be able to. Sharing that same experience with others through her own writing is a possibility that makes her excited to get out of bed in the morning.

She lives in Wasilla, Alaska with all her critters, some four legged and others that stand on two. She writes Science fiction, fantasy, and Paranormal for young adults.

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