Wednesday, April 24, 2013


Imaginable

Blog Tour With Interview, Reviews Of
 Book 1 & 2
&
A Giveaway 
 

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                                              Imaginable
Book 2
Publication: April 16th 2013
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Imaginable (Intangible, #2)Twins Sera and Luke Raine’s unusual abilities are growing. Sera is healing vampires now, making them human again. And, at times, Luke can actually change the future he Sees.

But Sera’s healing has dangerous consequences, and though Luke is altering the outcome of more visions, he can’t control them yet.

Now Sera is in danger as the dark creatures of the Realm seek to use her. As Luke struggles to master his gift in order to save his sister, he discovers even more about his powers.

And what he learns just may put him in greater danger than Sera has ever been.


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excerpt


Sera raised her hands. She did not want to touch this guy. Not at all.
Aren’t you even going to ask my name, Princess?”
She felt heat rise in her core. But she damped it down as best she could. She had to get this done quickly. There were still so many to go before they’d let her heal Quinn.
“I don’t need to know your name,” she said through clenched teeth.
He leaned toward her again, that smile still on his face. “Ah, but don’t you want to know it?”
She let her arms drop. “Not particularly, no.”
“Oh come now,” he said, his voice low. “You don’t have to play hard to get with me. I heard your heart speed up when I touched you earlier.”
“That’s called fear, you moron,” she said. “Now are you ready or what?”
He laughed and then closed his eyes, nodded his head with that stupid smile still on his lips. What she wouldn’t give to knock it right off his face. Or dust him.
And she could hardly believe she was thinking like that.
Sera tried to clear her mind and pretend that he was just another person asking for help. She fingered her necklace then placed one hand on his forehead and one on his chest. Taking a deep breath, she tried to center herself.
“Sean,” he said. “My name’s Sean. Not moron.”
“I’m pretty sure I got it right the first time,” Sera muttered.
“Oh, I like you, Princess,” he said, laughing. “I could get used to you.”







interview 



1.) Well, the first thing I think your readers would like to know is, what was your inspiration to want to become a writer?


 It was my love of YA lit that inspired me to start writing fiction. I fell in love--and fell HARD--when I picked up my first YA book, and the genre took hold of me and hasn’t let go! I loved it so much--loved the hope that is infused in every single book--and I knew I’d found my genre.

 
2.) How did you come up with the idea for the Intangible Series?



My initial idea about a girl who could heal with a touch of her hand was inspired by Reiki, an alternative, hands-on healing method that I’m really familiar with. As that idea percolated in my mind, I was flipping through my kids’ encyclopedia of superheroes, marvelling over all the fabulous powers each hero had when I thought, wouldn’t it be cool if teens all over the world had super-human abilities? And that was how it all started. :-)

3.) How many books do you plan on writing in this series?



Three or four...I’m not entirely sure. I have ideas for two more books, but I won’t know for sure until I go to plot out the next book and see what happens, how it all comes together.

4.) What character was the most fun to write about and why?


That’s hard. I loved writing about Raquel because having her be able to lie to Fey and get away with it was FUN. And the fact that she got a chance to shine with her gift, which seems so negative and useless, was even better.

 
5.) Can you give us a little spoiler and/or a sentence/phrase from your newest book in the series Imaginable?


“There’s good in all kinds,” Sera said. “Even in the darkest places.”


6.) What was your favorite part in Imaginable to write and why?


I loved writing the scene when Luke saved the boy on the ice...probably because I’m always rooting for Luke. He tries so hard and feels as if he falls short too often. I love it when he is actually able to save the day.

7.) Did you already have this series played out in your head or on paper before you wrote it, or did you come up with the ideas for the series as you went along?


I’m coming up with it as I go along. I plot each book--I’m writing with a plan each time--but I don’t know exactly what’s going to happen in later books. I have ideas of things I’d like to use or have happen, but I don’t know if they will. I honestly have no idea what happens in the next book! And I won’t until I sit down to plot it out.

8.) Is there anything you would like to say to your readers?

THANK YOU. Truly, from my heart I thank you all. <3 strong="">


Thanks so much J. Meyers for the AMAZING and original Series you have created in Intangible! Also for the time you a dedicated to your readers and to this interview! You are truly a WONDERFUL writer, and I look forward to more of your work in the near future! :)

Thank YOU so much. It’s been an absolute pleasure to be here. :-)




review 


I received a copy of this book as a part of a blog tour, in exchange for my honest opinion. Everything you are about to read is my full and honest opinion about the book.
 
Imaginable was a highly anticipated book for me. After reading the first book in the series, Intangible, I was Hooked! And let me tell you Imaginable did NOT disappointed! I enjoyed this book a lot! But I will say unfortunately, it was a little slow starting. And as I never had the felling I wanted to give up on this book, because I knew it would speed up and get better. But I lost interested in the beginning, due to the slow start and was thinking to put it off for a while, NOT give up. But, I am SO GLAD I didn't because about around the 25% mark, I really got into it and was lost, yet again in the world J. Meyers had created!

The writing style was as good as the first book, if not better. I enjoyed the new turn of events that happened in this book. It was a twist I was not expecting, but their was other parts that were predictable. I LOVED Jonas, yet again in this book. He has this way about him that you just want to jump through the book and get lost in the world of Jonas, and Jonas ONLY! He is definitely a big part of wanting to read this series! Oh, and Fey, I LOVE her too. She is such a Strong, independent, stubborn and definitely beautiful that can kick A LOT of Supernatural Butt. She is also the voice of reason when Sera and/or Luke want to jump into something without thinking about it, which happens A LOT! I like Sera and Luke too, but it just felt like it was too much of the damsel in distress with them both ALWAYS having to be saved. I mean don't get me wrong it is understandable, with them being human in all and having limited powers to fight all the dark creatures of the Realm that is after them. I mean what can they do against five Vampires that are 200 years old? Not much, BUT it's just I like my main characters, the Kick-butt kind that takes care of their self. Not the kind that have to sit back and be saved! BUT I still did LOVE them and love this book too!

So in the second installment Imaginable, were taken back too the world that Luke and Sera's live-in and all the drama that follows. Sera and Luke are just starting to recover from the last kidnapping and attack when their world is thrown it to an uproar, yet AGAIN!

The Supernaturals are not through with Sera yet, actually their just getting started, and EVERYONE wants a piece! They'll do anything to get her! So with Sera in grave danger and Luke not knowing how to will a vision on in time to stop it, they
must rely on each other and the ones closet to them to get (through this terrible time........)
They have been thought a lot together and with their friends but this time ALL is at risk and if they can even trust their own eyes who or WHAT can they trust???

After this book picked up in speed it really went on FULL FORCE ACTION, WITH NON-STOP ADVENTURE and heartache that I felt for the character's! I really enjoyed this one better then the first. The first one was GREAT, but this one was AMAZING! '

So Overall if you enjoyed the first book in the series you will DEFINITELY enjoy the second, probably even more like me!

4.5 Stars




You Want To See How It ALL Started? Well Check Out The First Book In The Series!




Intangible (Intangible, #1)
 Intangible
Book 1
Publication Date -January 31, 2012

Twins Sera and Luke Raine have a well-kept secret—she heals with a touch of her hand, he sees the future. All their lives they’ve helped those in need on the sly. They’ve always thought of their abilities as being a gift.

Then Luke has a vision that Sera is killed. That gift they’ve always cherished begins to feel an awful lot like a curse. Because the thing about Luke’s ability? He’s always right. And he can’t do anything about it.
 


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review


Okay, this book was a AMAZING!

I was on the edge of my seat, screaming at some points!

To be honest, this book started out kind of slow and at some points. I was tempted to give up, but then I kept telling myself it's going to get better and BOY did it! I was SO HAPPY that I did not give up because I would of definitely missed out on a AMAZING book!

In this book we have two twins. Two very special twins, with very special gifts!

Sera is a Healer, she can heal anything that is damaged on a person, physical, emotional, anything that is hurting a person. Later on in the book she learns more about her gift and what extent her power can go to and how to some what control it, something she has never been able to do before! Sera is very special, their is no one like her. She wants to help people and use her gift for good, but their is some who sees her gift as evil, as a curse that must me dealt with! Some see her as a threat to their kind and will stop at nothing to end her life and rid the world of the threat she possesses!

Then we have her twin brother Luke. Luke is a Seer, he can see the future before it happens and has always thought of his gift as a blessing. That is until he starts having visions of someone being murdered, but it's not just anyone he's seeing murdered! It's Sera, his sister! He has tried to change the future and has always failed no matter what he does! But if he doesn't learn how to change the outcome of his vision and do it fast he might not live another day with his sister to find out!

Sera and Luke come to realize that things are not as they seem and people are not always just people!

They meet a new friend that has his own agenda and wants to get close to Sera, But Sera can't open herself up enough to give in to a man's touch, even though she so desperately wants to!
Some people say he can't be trusted but Sera says their wrong!

Time is running out, creatures of the night are getting close, and people they thought they new are revealed!

Will Luke and Sera see the true colors of those around them? Or will they stay blind to those around them as they always have? Can Sera and Luke figure out why and who wants to kill them? And if so, can they do it in time to save Sera from her impending dome?

Doesn't that sound AMAZING? Yeah, I know it was! It was really that good! Overall even with the slow start in the beginning I would give this book a 4.5 rating and can't wait for to read the sequel! It's gonna be GOOD!

 4.5 Stars



 Check Out The Whole Series:


 Intuition (Intangible, #0.5)        Indomitable (Intangible, #0...       Intangible (Intangible, #1)      Imaginable (Intangible, #2)  
{ Prequel }   { Prequel }  { Book 1 }  { Book 2 }




Meet The Author

J. MeyersJ. meyers grew up in Vermont, spent three years in Germany when she was a kid, and now lives in Central New York. When she's not reading or writing, she's chasing after her four kids, exploring the outdoors with her family, baking sweet treats, and forgetting to make dinner. She's the author of Intangible, Intuition, Indomitable, and upcoming Imaginable, due out in April 2013.










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    1 comments:

    1. I have Imaginable on my kindle but unfortunately I have not the time to read it yet. Thanks for the review <3

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