May 14, 2013

Book Promo [#7]: What's Next? (5 books!)

What's Next? is a weekly meme hosted by Icey Books. For this meme, participants select 3-5 books (not too many, not too little!) that they want to read but can't decide which one to read first. You vote on which one we read next!
So, I'm interested in this & headed over to Icey Books. Seems like the correct thing to do, right? Well, which one of these should I read next? (BTW I've gone for the maximum)...

ReEarth by Adam Howell | Tethers by Jack Croxall |

Tethers (Tethers Trilogy #1) was promoted here (please click for book info) and I received in a free eBook promotion on Amazon.
ReEarth has not yet been promoted (info below) and I received this from a First Reads giveaway on Goodreads.

Nothing on the Rhealian network is private. A few reckless comments online can do a great deal of damage to a person's reputation. 

When Detective Joseph Pimm is placed in charge of a murder investigation, where the chief suspect is an Earth women, uncovering the truth risks putting him out of step with Rhealian society.


Far Out by Fiona Ross | Fire by Heather James |

Both of these have been received, and will be read for (but you determine in what order) Say It With Books' Self-Published Author Event.
Here is the information on them:

Life in the Seaweed Slum under the rule of The Servers is hard and Saffron has to grow up fast, but when it takes a turn for the worse, is she up to the challenge?
In twenty-second century Britain, seventeen-year-old Saffron and her father, the astronautics engineer, live in Seaweed Slum. Nate the astrophysicist seeks her father's help to recover his space probe, but he brings trouble. They flee to Earth Station and are arrested when things go wrong... 

~Far Out

Is control over the elements a gift, or a curse?

Roxy thinks that she is in control of everything: with flames flaring at her fingertips and an equally fiery attitude, what more could she need? But then she meets Brae, a prince from a rival Realm, who turns her assumptions of superiority upside down.

Jasmine has none of Roxy’s confidence or intensity. But she does have a secret - and Brae - and she’s not going to give either up willingly.
~Fire (Elements Of Power #1)

And lastly...
Runners by Sharon Sant
The cover hasn't yet been released. I wonder where I'll be getting this book with no cover from? ;) Hey- it's not published yet!
Well, here's Runners' synopsis:

Elijah is nothing special. He’s just a skinny kid doing his best to stay one step ahead of starvation and the people who would have him locked away in a labour camp – just another Runner. But what he stumbles upon in a forest in Hampshire shows him that the harsh world he knows will become an even more sinister place, unless he can stop it. As past and present and parallel dimensions collide, freedom becomes the last thing on his mind as he is suddenly faced with a battle to save his world from extinction. But before Elijah can find the courage to be the hero the world needs, he must banish his own demons and learn to trust his friends. And all the while, the sinister figure of Maxwell Braithwaite looms...


These books are all on my Indie list for the June Indie Event ! I need to know which ones you want to see first so I can schedule it in a good way for the readers (that's you!)
It does need doing already- by the 19th May I've got to have a schedule up involving book promo's (maybe cover reveals), interviews, giveaways (hopefully) & obviously reviews (only 6 for whole books, I know what I can cope with)! Think I should review a certain book first? Then vote.
If this goes well I'll probably do one after (hopefully not during June, but I don't want to jinx it so let's be clear, I could be panicking & feeling lost in a month's time just as much as in 2 months)... 


Emily said...

I think you should read runners first looks ace

Emily @

Florentine Readiculously Peachy said...

I also received Fire to read and review! I'm looking forward to getting to it :) Great collection you got there ;)

Thanks for sharing!:)

Florentine @ Readiculously Peachy

Tallulah A. Scribbles said...

I vote for Runners by Sharon Sant. The lack of cover adds to its mystery. Hopefully, it will be good.

Trish Hannon said...

Read Tethers. I plan to read it soon too :-)

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