Monday, February 20, 2012 | By: Angela Brown

Channeler's Choice

You all know how I love to support authors.  So check out what's coming very soon:


Releasing (officially) February 27th in hardback and eBook, Channeler's Choice, the sequel to Heather McCorkle's earth-conscious urban fantasy, The Secret Of Spruce Knoll. To celebrate she's doing a blog tour from February 27th through March 15th along with a giveaway. Here are the prizes:

Winner #1:
An eBook of Tangled Tides by Karen Amanda Hooper
An eBook of Running Wide Open by Lisa Nowak
An eBook of The Secret Of Spruce Knoll (if you don’t have a copy yet)
A paperback of Born Of Fire & Dies Irae (novella combination by Heather McCorkle and Christine Fonseca released through Compass Press)
And of course, Channeler’s Choice swag (bookmarks, postcards, etc.)

Winner #2
An eBook of Beautiful Demons & Inner Demons by Sarra Cannon
An eBook of Bound by C.K. Bryant
An eBook of The Secret Of Spruce Knoll (if you don’t have a copy yet)
A paperback of Born Of Fire & Dies Irae (novella combination by Heather McCorkle and Christine Fonseca released through Compass Press)
And of course, Channeler’s Choice swag (bookmarks, postcards, etc.)

If you don’t have an eReader then you’ll definitely want to stay tuned on Heather’s blog for a HUGE giveaway taking place at the end of the Channeler’s Choice tour.

To enter stop by her blog for official details. http://heathermccorkle.blogspot.com  

Here is a bit about Channeler's Choice:

With her parents’ murderer’s dead, Eren can finally concentrate on fitting in at Spruce Knoll High, not to mention figuring out what it means to be a channeler. If only it were that easy. It turns out she isn’t normal even among channelers - she may be a legendary warrior meant to protect the earth in a last great battle. 

But Mayan prophecies are the least of her worries as she involuntarily starts to gather her own Society, another girl moves in on Aiden, her powers rage out of control, and worst of all, someone is stalking her. To top it all off, Eren discovers she doesn’t have to be a channeler after all - she has a choice. 

As an old threat closes in and she risks ending up like her parents, she is forced to decide. Be a normal teenager and leave the legendary warrior stuff to someone else, or embrace a dark destiny?

42 comments:

Natalie Aguirre said...

Thanks for sharing about Heather's blog tour. I don't have an e-reader so I'll be sure to check out the end of her tour.

Maria Zannini said...

The title alone is intriguing. What exactly does she channel?

Angela Cothran said...

I just got a Kindle for Christmas, so I will have to check this out :)

Angela Brown said...

Cool beans. Thanks as always for stopping by, Natalie :-)

Angela Brown said...

I believe it's a type of energy.

Angela Brown said...

Cool, Angela. Yeah, I can't wait to read this one.

Olga said...

Thank you for helping me discover new names in romance writing. I'll try to check them out :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Some great prize packages there!

Shelley Munro said...

Very intriguing title. She certainly faces some hard choices in her journey.

Colene Murphy said...

Eek, wow! Those look great!!

Heather said...

Aw, thank you so much for the shout out Angela! I'm super excited about this one and can hardly wait for the tour to begin.

Heather said...

You definitely won't want to miss what comes after the tour then Natalie! ;)

Heather said...

Thanks Maria, and yep, Angela is right, they channel energy and use it as a physical force to either heal or fight with.

Heather said...

Congrats on the new Kindle Angela! I just got a Nook myself. I hope you enjoy the read, thanks for checking it out!

Heather said...

Thanks for checking it out Olga, I hope you like it. :)

Heather said...

Thanks Alex. Best of luck in the contest!

Heather said...

Glad you like the title Shelley, thanks. And she does indeed, and they only get tougher.

Heather said...

Thanks Colene!

ali cross said...

I'm super looking forward to CHANNELER'S CHOICE. I really enjoyed SPRUCE KNOLL!

You are all kinds of awesome for your author-love, Angela!

Emily R. King said...

Wow! Those are some seriously generous prizes. Thanks for the info and spreading the love!

Cate Masters said...

Really generous prizes! How nice you're helping get the word out. :)

Donna K. Weaver said...

Those are some great books. I've got several of them. I'll head over to Heather's and take a peek.

J.L. Campbell said...

Thanks for the share! Heather has got it going on, I think this is the second time today I've come across info on her new book.

Angela Brown said...

I'm thrilled to do this. So much excitement!

Angela Brown said...

Thanks, Ali. Supporting each other is the coolest ever. Plus, I'm excited for Channeler's Choice as well.

Angela Brown said...

Sure thing, Emily. I agree. Those prizes are seriously awe-tastic!!

Angela Brown said...

It's a pleasure to take part in these kinds of things. I love it.

Angela Brown said...

Cool, Donna :-)

Angela Brown said...

Hey J.L., I'll tell you what, I'm just going along and enjoying all this fab writing around me, including yours :-)

Leslie Rose said...

Thanks for the heads up, Angela. Definitely cause for celebrations. Yay, Heather.

Angela Brown said...

You are very welcome, Leslie. Glad to break out the confetti a little early for the fun to come.

Lydia Kang said...

Heather's books are next up on my TBR list!

JMCOOPER said...

Huge congrats to all of the authors!

Ciara said...

Oh, this sounds great. And, kudos to you for spotlighting other authors.

Talli Roland said...

Yay! Huge congrats to Heather - the book looks fantastic!

Chantele Sedgwick said...

Yay for Heather! The book sounds AWESOME! It's so nice of you to get the word out about these authors books. You rock. :)

Tara Tyler said...

you're such a great promoter! Happy for Heather =)
sounds great!

Kate Coursey said...

Thanks for the heads up! And the book sounds great. I love when writers support other writers....it really is such a great community :).

Stephen Tremp said...

That's great conflict. Why lead a normal life? Too boring and predictable. Not sure about choosing a dark side as an alternative though. Hence, the conflict. Nicely done.

Eileen Rhoadarmer said...

Sounds like fun. Thanks for the heads up!

Shockgrubz said...

Channeller's Choice sounds like an exciting book! Thanks for the info on the giveaway as well.

Misha Gericke said...

Channeler's Choice sounds like a great read. Heading over to Heather's blog right now.

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