Saturday, April 26, 2014

Remnants (Season Of Wonder) By Lisa Tawn Bergren Launch Blog Tour Day + Giveaway

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Welcome to my stop in the SEASON OF WONDER (REMNANTS #1) Launch Tour hosted by the author, ! Today we have Lisa's Top 10 Places She Wants to See Before Dystopian Times. And if you Collect all the clues from each day in the tour, at the end of April you can enter to win either a Kindle Fire HDX ($229) or iPod Touch ($229)! 









 Season Of Wonder
 







Season Of Wonder
(Remnants #1


Published: April 8th, 2014
Genres: YA, Dystopian, Sci-f

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13645229-season-of-wonder
THEIR ARRIVAL WAS FORETOLD FOR YEARS….

Andriana is a Remnant, gifted as an empath and one of the Ailith, destined to act as humanity’s last shield against the horrors that now plague those who remain.

After years of training in stealth and warfare, Andriana and her Knight protector, Ronan, are finally ready to answer the Call and begin the life they were designed for. But as they embark with the other Remnants on the first of their assignments, they quickly discover that the world beyond their protected Valley is more dangerous than they imagined.

The Sons of Sheol will stop at nothing to prevent Dri and Ronan from rescuing anyone sympathetic to the Remnants’ cause. And as the Remnants battle the demonic forces, still other enemies close in. Dangers intensity, but so do Dri’s feelings for Ronan–the one emotion she is not meant to feel. In the midst of their mission, Andriana must fine a way to master her feelings. Or risk compromising everything…

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Season Of Fire




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18197223-season-of-fire#sf

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The 2nd book in the REMNANTS Series is releasing February 2015





Remnants Launch Tour in April!







10 Places I Want to See Before Dystopian Times
By Lisa T. Bergren

Now, I’m not sure that we’ll ever see “dystopian” times like we read about in novels, but writing one of those novels has made me think long and hard about what I’d miss. And one thing is travel.

I ran a travel blog for a time and have been blessed to go to a lot of places for research—a definite perk to being a writer! Exploration, seeing new lands and meeting new people has always been a thrill for me.

If we lived in dystopian times, I imagine that anything beyond where I could get to myself on foot or by horseback would be outside my capabilities. So I figure I’d better get to these locations soon. You know. Just in case.


1. Bora Bora: Ever since I saw “South Pacific” I’ve longed to go to a beautiful tropical isle with others in view across crystalline waters. If we don’t enter dystopian times before I turn 50, I’m dragging my husband there to celebrate (not that it’d be hard).

2. The Cotswolds, England: Cute little homes with thatched roofs? Ancient cathedrals? Winding roads across verdant hills past places like Stonehenge? Yeah, I’m intrigued.

3. The West Coast of Italy: From the top, near Cinque Terre, all the way down through the Amalfi Coast. I wouldn’t mind hitting the boot on the east coast either, but I’m not sure funds would last that long.

4. Western France: I want to see that cool castle/town that is perched on an island, plus a lot of lovely countryside around it.

5. Switzerland/Austria: “Sound of Music” made me hope to see this land from which my paternal great-grandfather hailed. And I have a thing for towering, snow-capped mountains.

6. New Zealand: My dad was an airline pilot and he said out of all the places he ever went, it was his favorite. “Lord of the Rings” movies shot there made me fall in love with the idea of it anew.

7. Turkey: Istanbul. Enough said? And I’d love to see the western coast too, where Paul stopped off.

8. Chile/Argentina: In particular, Patagonia. See reference, above, to towering mountains. They look radically rugged and wild.

9. Morocco: Warm, exotic streets to wander through, spicy food, and the adobe contrasted with the blue sea… *sigh*

10. Kenya: I want to go on a safari, but a high-class safari, complete with the luxurious lodging that is disguised in tents. Yeah, I know. I’d better save my money…


Thank you so much, Lisa, for that great Top 10!





 Be sure to write down this STOP #24 LAUNCH TOUR CLUE:
Me Write
 
Collect all the clues and fill out Lisa’s
Rafflecopter form on her launch tour post at LisaBergren.com at the end of April and you could
win either a Kindle Fire HDX ($229) or iPod Touch ($229)!

 


WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO MOST AND WHY?
COMMENT BELOW!



 
 

Lisa Tawn Bergren is the best-selling, award-winning author of over 40 books, with more than 2.5 million copies sold. Her most recent works includes a YA series called River of Time (Waterfall, Cascade, Torrent, Bourne & Tributary), God Gave Us Easter, a devotional called Upside-Down Prayers for Parents and the Grand Tour Series (Glamorous Illusions, Grave Consequences, and Glittering Promises). She’s currently at work on a new YA series called Remnants, coming out in 2014.

Lisa’s time is split between managing home base, writing, and working on ducks with her husband, Tim (RMrustic.com). Tim’s a worship leader, graphic designer and duck-sculptor. They have three kids–Olivia (18), Emma (15) and Jack (10).

The Bergrens make their home in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


http://lisatawnbergren.com/2014/03/remnants-launch-tour-in-april/





April 1st:
What Inspired Me to Write Remnants? — Books with Bite

April 2nd:

Ten Things You Might Not Know About Me — Page by Paige

April 3rd: 

Character Spotlight: Andriana — Edgy Inspirational

April 4th:

My Favorite Dystopians — Tina’s Book Reviews

April 5th:

Romantic Scene Snippet from Remnants — Kathryn Cooper Writes

April 6th:

Character Spotlight: Ronan — Relz Reviewz

April 7th:

The Reasons Why CO is the Best Place to be a Writer — A Book & a Latte/LiteraryCO.com

April 8th:

Book Birthday! Lisa’s Favorite Birthday Memory — Just Another Book Lovin’ Girl

April 9th: 

Lisa Loves Libraries. Find out why. — Karin’s Book Nook

April 11th:

20 Quick Q&A’s with LTB — Notes for the Sitcom

April 12th: 

Inspiration Behind the Locale: Keallach’s Winter Palace – Paranormal Indulgence

April 13th: 

Audio Adrenaline: LTB’s Faves of Late — Reading Teen

April 14th: 

The Character of Names — The Mod Podge Bookshelf

April 15th: 

Inspiration Behind the Locale: Zanzibar — Page Turner’s Blog

April 16th: 

Why YA for LTB? — JoJo’s Corner

April 17th: 

Why Genre-Bend of Remnants? — Candace’s Book Blog

April 18th: 

The Darcy-ist Character in Remnants – Austentitis

April 20th:

 The Importance of Funny: Comic Relief — The Overweight Bookshelf

April 21st: 

Dramatic Scene Snippet from Remnants – Mundie Moms

April 22nd: 

10 Things LTB Would Miss in Dystopian Future — We Are Word Nerds

April 23rd: 

10 Things LTB Would Be Glad to Be Without — Christian Bookshelf Reviews

April 24th: 

The Spiritual Aspect of Remnants — My Favorite Pastime

April 25th: 

10 Tweets the Remnants Might Send — YAkety YAks

April 26th: 

10 Places I Want to See Before We Live in a Dystopian World — Addicted Readers

April 28th: 

7 Reasons Being an Empath Would Stink — The Best Books Ever

April 30th: 

Book 2 Teaser: Unedited Scene from Book 2, Season of Fire – Once Upon a Twilight!





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16 comments:

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  2. I would love to go see Skara Brae in Northern Scotland. I'm fascinated by the fact there was a neolithic outpost that far north and remote.

    Jo
    jochibi AT yahoo DOT com

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  3. There are soooo many! First stop, Florence, Italy! I love that place! Even though I've never been there.

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  4. I love that cover! Can't wait to read the book.

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  5. I want to go backpacking in Switzerland, not sure why just have always wanted to. I guess mainly for the scenery.

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  6. New Zealand! I am hoping to go one day!

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  7. I would LOVE to see Australia and new Zealand because of the beauty of the land and the people. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  8. I'm not a big traveler or site-see-er, but if I were I think I too would like to go see Switzerland. I love snow-covered mountains. Plus I have friends that live there and could show us around ;)

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  9. Truly opened to go most places since I haven't been to many. Israel first and Hawaii next.

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  10. My top place is Australia. I would love to visit there someday!

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  11. I would love to visit Scotland.

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  12. Can't wait for season of fire to come out!!!!

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  13. I would just love to travel. Period. There are sooooo many places I want to see.

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  14. I love your list! I really want to see Tuscany ;) and Prague.

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