Tour Announcent : Slayers: Friends and Traitors

Fire and Ice is proud to announce the blog tour for Slayers 2: Friends and Traitors by CJ Hill.

We are currently looking for blog tour hosts October 15- November 3.

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Slayers 2: Friends and Traitors by CJ Hill

Hardcover, 400 pages

Expected publication: October 15th 2013

by Feiwel & Friends

ISBN 1250024617

Slayers Friends and Traitors

 Book Summary:

The Slayers – teens who have powers to fight dragons—are back by popular demand in this high-octane sequel, now with a new cover package!

Tori is at a White House dinner party when she hears a horrifying sound: dragon eggs hatching. It means in less than a year, the dragons will be mature and dangerous. The Slayers are well-trained, but their group is not yet complete, and Tori is determined to track down Ryker Davis, the mysterious Slayer who has yet to surface.

What Tori doesn’t bargain for, however, is the surprising truth about her powers: she isn’t a Slayer after all, but a Dragon Lord, with a built-in predisposition to protect dragons, not kill them.
How will she overcome this to save the lives of her friends?

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About the author:

CJ Hill is a pen name for a YA author who is best known for writing romantic comedies. (Slayers will be her 18th published book.) Her writing has shifted away from the romantic comedy genre, so her editor thought a pen name would be a good idea. (New books will include: dangerous dragons, time travel to dystopian worlds, and flesh-eating beetles.) Since the publisher refused to let her have the pseudonym : The Artist Formerly Referred to as Princess, she chose a name to honor her mother. CJ Hill was her mother’s pen name, or at least it would have been if her mother had published. Her mother wrote a few children’s books and a middle grade novel but was taken by cancer before she had fully learned the craft.
(Most writers’ first novels aren’t publishable. CJ Junior’s first novel wasn’t, but somehow was published anyway. Now, even though it is out of print, it remains forever available on Amazon, where it taunts her with its badness. This was another good reason to use a pen name.)
CJ Hill has five children, three of whom like her on any given day depending on who is in trouble. She has lived in Arizona for the last half of her life, but is still in desert denial and hopes that one day her garden will grow silver bells and cockle shells or maybe just tomatoes.

Author website/blog/goodreads/macmillan/twitter

Visit all the stops on the Slayers: Friends and Traitors blog tour hosted by Fire and Ice

Heather at Fire and Ice– October 15- Guest Post

Taffy Lovell– October 16- Review

Elana Johnson– October 17- Interview

Rebecca Lamoureaux– October 18- Interview

Heidi at Geo Librarian– October 19- Review

Robin Ambrose-October 20- Character Interview

Rachel at Fiktshun– October 21- Guest Post

Kathy at I’m A Reader– October 22- Guest Post

Shanda at LDSWBR– October 23- Review

Kathy at Clean Teen Fic– October 24- Review

Sheila Staley- Why Not? Because I Said So!- October 25- Review

Heidi at YA Bibliophile– October 26- Guest Post, Tens List

Cindy Bennett– October 27- Excerpt

Tressa at Tressa’s Wishful Endings- October 28- Review

Tamera at Being a Mom and Loving It– October 29- Guest Post, Tens List

Mindy Holt- Min Reads and Reviews– October 30- Review

Kelly at Kindle and Me– October 31-Guest Post

Elizabeth at Elizabeth’s Book Reviews– November 1-Review

Aimee Brown at Getting Your Read On- November 1- Review

Mindy from Magical Urban Fantasy Reads– November 2- Character Interview

Amber at Me, My Shelf and I– November 3- Guest Post

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