Monday, April 8, 2013

Bastard Giveaway: Miserere by Teresa Frohock

I wrote such an awesome review for Miserere: An Autumn Tale by Teresa Frohock last week, that the author was compelled into offering a signed copy to one of the readers of this blog. Or, maybe back in August she learned that I was working on a review and offered to do a giveaway whenever I posted it, which we'll be doing now that I finally posted the review after eight months. Don't judge me. There's no conclusive evidence either way.

In any event, this is a giveaway you don't want to miss out on. Not only was this a very good read, but this may very well be one of the final times, or maybe the final time you'll get the opportunity to win this particular edition of the novel and signed by the author in a giveaway like this. It could very well become a rare edition soon. I'm even tempted to participate myself and magically win the prize. There's a situation going on right now with the publisher Night Shade Books, but this is not the time or place to dwell on it other than hope that everything turns out for the better for all the authors involved.

Miserere: An Autumn Tale is a novel that deserves to be read more, and hopefully we'll see more of the series in the future and other future projects from author Teresa Frohock.
Exiled exorcist Lucian Negru deserted his lover in Hell in exchange for saving his sister Catarina's soul, but Catarina doesn't want salvation. She wants Lucian to help her fulfill her dark covenant with the Fallen Angels by using his power to open the Hell Gates. Catarina intends to lead the Fallen's hordes out of Hell and into the parallel dimension of Woerld, Heaven's frontline of defense between Earth and Hell. When Lucian refuses to help his sister, she imprisons and cripples him, but Lucian learns that Rachael, the lover he betrayed and abandoned in Hell, is dying from a demonic possession. Determined to rescue Rachael from the demon he unleashed on her soul, Lucian flees his sister, but Catarina's wrath isn't so easy to escape!

Participants have to be 18 years of age or older to participate. Void where prohibited by law. Giveaway rules are subject to change. 

Giveaway will be for 1 signed copy of Miserere: An Autumn Tale by author Teresa Frohock

The giveaway is open WORLDWIDE, and it will run from April 8, 2013 until 11:59 pm ET on April 19, 2013.

How to participate:
  • To participate simply log-in into to the Rafflecopter and "Enter" through the easy entry.
  • One entry per person, or face disqualification.
  • Entries accepted until 11:59pm ET on April 19, 2013.
  • There'll be 1 winner only for a signed copy of Miserere by Teresa Frohock.
  • Will have to confirm email to be considered a winner within 48 hours.
  • Additional entries may be had by following the steps provided in the Rafflecopter instructions, and only by doing those steps. 
  • Winners will be chosen by random selection using the Rafflecopter.
Good luck everyone, and once again please make sure to read my review of Miserere, or better yet just buy yourself a copy. I also just learned that we're also celebrating Teresa Frohock's birthday today, so make sure to send her your well wishes @TeresaFrohock.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I joined Google for the extra entry.
    Bloody google!!

    1. LOL, I don't know how much longer I'll keep that option, particularly since Google is killing off Google Reader so I don't know how much GFC is actually being used or will be used in the future.

    2. haha, typical!! I only signed up for the extra entry point :)
      Spent a long time avoiding that circles google whagamacallit!

    3. It's a good tool, since it works as an RSS feed. So if you're on your blogger dashboard, all the new posts show up, and if you use Google Reader as your RSS reader of choice, well the blog would be automatically added.

      Not sure what functions it'll have in the future, if any.

  2. Replies
    1. Don't know for what, but I'll assume for being awesome.

  3. oooh, pick me, pick me! hubby needs to give Teresa a cool nickname! ;)

    1. If it was within my power to pick someone, I'd pick myself!

  4. Oh man! A signed copy! I sooo want this. I'll be living with my fingers and toes crossed until the deadline.

  5. Great giveaway - been looking to read this for a while.

  6. I attended a panel that Teresa was on at Chicon about character development, which I'll be posting soon on AISFP. She was so kind and enthusiastic. She was genuinely interested in what the other panelists had to say (not as common as you'd like to see), and was so excited and humble to be a published author talking about her book. I wish her the very best of success.


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