A Thank-you #Giveaway for Enslavement Fans Only #freeRielleJames

I’m so thankful for those blog, Amazon and Goodreads reviews my readers have written for Enslavement. You all did this nice thing for me, so I want to do something for you. 

Free to all Enslavement reviewers.

In telling the story from Rielle’s point-of-view, there were so many aspects of the characters and situations, I couldn’t reveal. Did you ever wonder how the Banker and Nina ended up together? I mean, talk about an odd couple. Or how about, how did the “back door” end up on Nina’s chip and why was she so keen on giving it to Rielle? The answers to these questions may surprise you.

The Illusion of Choice is a short story I’ve written from Nina’s POV. It reveals why she married the Banker and how she came to possess the “back door.”  Whether you’ve reviewed Enslavement on your blog,  Amazon, Goodreads or all of the above, I’ll send you a free e-copy. Just DM me on Twitter (@melindafriesen) , Facebook (melindafriesen1)  or leave a comment below with your email address and the name under which you left the review; I’ll verify it and then make sure you get a copy. 

Haven’t left a review yet? Well now’s your chance: click here to write an Amazon review.

Thank you so much for your support!

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Blog Tour Rolls on with Glowing Reviews for Enslavement

“Unbelievably surreal! Worth every second spent reading this gem!” -Lita’s Book Blog

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“…a very mind blowing book that I highly recommend…” -Quirky Book Reviews

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How Can You Argue With a Review From a Horse Person?

Today’s review comes from the On Writing and Riding blog. We all know horse folks are good folks, so how can we go wrong with a review from one of them.

“I enjoyed Enslavement and look forward to the next book. The editing and formatting were topnotch. The book started with a bang and the author did an excellent job building an unfortunately possible-sounding world. It was easy to make an emotional connection to the main character, Rielle, as she is torn from her family and essentially sold as a slave…” -Marlene Moss, On Writing and Riding

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Also, stop over at The Book Nut blog for a chapter one excerpt.

Enslavement Offers Something Fresh For Dystopian Lovers

Today’s review is the second to confirm that Enslavement is something new in the Dystopian YA genre.

“…a fresh take on an often overdone genre.” -Jenn at Book Reviews and Giveaways

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Today Free, Tomorrow a Slave

I’m hitting two blogs today and they’re all about excerpts. Take a look to get an idea of my writing style and the trajectory of the novel.

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Chapter one excerpt–how it all begins: Home is Where the Wine Is Book Blog

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Chapter two excerpt–First morning as a slave: Addicted Readers Blog

First Review of the Blog Tour

 

This dystopian-loving blogger asked if Enslavement will give her anything new–and it did. 

“. . . Enslavement is a very enjoyable read with a refreshing new take on the YA dystopia genre, well written characters and great world building make this for me a 4 star read!” -Random Redheaded Ramblings. 

Read the full review on the Random Redheaded Ramblings blog. Beware: ****SPOILER ALERT****

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First Stop on the Enslavement Blog Tour

Today, I’m at We Do Write where they’re intentional about highlighting new authors. Stop by and say hello!

We do write“Have you ever wished you could have sat down and had a chat with the great writers out there as they were writing their debut novels? Once upon a time they were merely aspiring writers trying to make it big. The thing is, there are aspiring writers now, some of whom writing future best-selling novels. It would be a missed opportunity not to get to know them now, when they’re not yet bombarded by thousands of fans vying for their attention.” -We Do Write

Check out my interview here: www.we-do-write.blogspot.ca!