Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Tales from Harborsmouth Pre-Order Party

Have you been wanting to give the Ivy Granger series a try, or are you a mega fan wanting more stories from the monster-filled streets of Harborsmouth? You're in luck.


Tales from Harborsmouth, an Ivy Granger series collection with two novellas and two exclusive short stories, is now available for pre-order. More Ivy, Jinx, Marvin, Sparky, Forneus, and Torn! Are you excited? We are, and we're celebrating with an awesome giveaway. So grab some cake and pull up a chair. It's time to party!

Tales from Harborsmouth Ivy Granger Psychic Detective Urban Fantasy

Tales from Harborsmouth (Ivy Granger #0.5, #1.5, #2.5, #5.5) by E.J. Stevens.

In Tales from Harborsmouth, readers get to delve deeper into the award-winning world of Ivy Granger.

Ivy Granger is a psychic detective with ties to Harborsmouth's paranormal underworld. Too bad those ties tend to ensnare Ivy and her friend Jinx in the Machiavellian schemes of the city's teeming population of bloodsucking vampires and psychotic faeries.

Tales from Harborsmouth is the first time the Ivy Granger novellas are in one collection and features two exclusive short stories the series prequel Frostbite and the newest Ivy Granger tale Thrill on Joysen Hill.

FROSTBITE (Ivy Granger #0.5)

In this Ivy Granger prequel, join Ivy and Jinx on a disturbing case that leads down a dead end alley to a house ravaged by time and circumstance.

Everyone knows that there's no such thing as ghosts, but when a client claims that her house is being haunted, Ivy tries to keep her mind open and her weapons handy. If her psychic gifts and recent cases have taught her anything, it's that you're better off arming yourself for the unexpected. Anything is possible in Harborsmouth.

BLOOD AND MISTLETOE (Ivy Granger #1.5)

Holidays are worse than a full moon for making people crazy. In Harborsmouth, where many of the residents are undead vampires or monstrous fae, the combination may prove deadly.

Holidays are Hell, a point driven home when a certain demon attorney returns with information regarding a series of bloody murders. Five Harborsmouth residents have been killed and every victim has one thing in common—they are fae. Whoever is killing faeries must be stopped, but they only leave one clue behind—a piece of mistletoe floating in a pool of the victim's blood. The holidays just got interesting.

CLUB NEXUS (Ivy Granger #2.5)

A demon, a human, an Unseelie faerie, and a vampire walk into a bar...

These four intertwining short stories are set in Club Nexus, the hidden haunt of Harborsmouth's paranormal underworld.

Iced:  A bargain gone wrong leads a highborn Unseelie faerie to life as an enslaved bartender with a taste for revenge.

Dusted:  Being a highly skilled predator doesn't necessarily put you at the top of the food chain at Club Nexus. A southern vampire with a hankering for blood and wanton violence may have bit off more than he can chew.

Demonized:  The demon attorney we love to hate has his eye on a certain rockabilly human. Too bad she's brought a crossbow loaded with holy water dipped bolts for this night on the town.

Jinxed:  Just when Jinx needs a carefree girl's night out with Ivy, a smoking hot demon tries to buy her a drink. She really is the unluckiest human on the planet.

THRILL ON JOYSEN HILL (Ivy Granger #5.5)

Few places are as rife with opportunity or as fraught with danger as Harborsmouth's notorious Joysen Hill. 

Vampires own the real estate, and even the most ruthless human thugs won't venture out after dark, but when Torn gets stuck babysitting, he can only think of one place in Harborsmouth interesting enough to take a demon toddler, a teenage bridge troll, and a grouchy hearth brownie.  What happens next substantiates the city's advertising slogan.  No matter who or what you are, no matter how young or old, you can find your thrill on Joysen Hill.

Genre: Urban Fantasy, Supernatural Suspense
Release Date: July 11, 2017

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Tales from Harborsmouth Pre-Order Party Giveaway

We are giving away an Ivy Granger Prize Pack, including a $25 Amazon Gift Card and *signed* collectible Passport to the World of Ivy Granger. 

To enter, please use the Rafflecopter from below. This giveaway is INTERNATIONAL. Giveaway ends June 13th midnight EST.

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In the Ivy Granger prequel story FROSTBITE, Ivy's client claims that her house is haunted.  Do YOU believe in ghosts?

72 comments:

  1. Some things are just too good to not believe. I'm sold.

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    1. The supernatural keeps life interesting. :)

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  2. Yes. I do believe in ghosts.

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  3. No, I don't believe in ghosts.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  4. My mother has seen a ghost, so yes I do believe.

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  5. NO, I don't believe in ghosts
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

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  6. No, I don't believe in ghosts but it's fun to read about them.

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  7. I do not believe in ghosts in real life...I do believe in ghosts in good stories!
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  8. Yes! I believe in ghosts. Thank you

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  9. Yes I strongly believe in ghosts.
    thank you

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  10. I totally believe in ghosts. In fact, I lived in a haunted house as a kid. The neighbors said no one ever stayed. We immediately understood why and moved within a month.

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  11. Not really, I don't think about them at all

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  12. absolutely don't believe in ghosts. haha sorry.

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  13. No, I don't believe in ghosts. I have to see to believe.

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  14. I believe they exist, and I am not interested in ever running into them.

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  15. Shirley ShepherdMay 29, 2017 at 7:38 PM

    Yes, I do believe in ghosts.

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  16. i believe in Ghosts as kind of guardians

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  17. No I don't believe in ghosts.

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  18. Yes I do believe in spirits/ghosts.

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  19. I haven't seen any myself but weird things have happened that can't be explained. Guess my answer is I'm open to the idea of it.

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  20. Never saw one, but I believe they exist

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  21. I lived in a haunted house as a kid, so yes, I believe in the unexplained....

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  22. I do believe, there is too much unexplained to not be a believer.

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  23. I'm on both sides of the fence here. Usually I don't believe in ghosts but there are definitely times when I'm not so sure. So I'm going with no and maybe, best I can do.

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  24. While I don't believe in ghosts, per se, but I've experienced too many strange things to totally discount the possibility of something there. I think part of me actually wants to believe in them (not the mean, angry ones, but the ones who comfort those they left behind and warn people of impending doom so it can be averted).

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  25. I'm skeptical, but I don't completely disregard the possibility that ghosts exist. Demons I have no doubt exist. Whether or not accounts of ghosts are actually demons, I don't know.

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  26. Yes, I do believe in ghosts.

    Elizabeth Robinson

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  27. I don't believe in ghosts. I do believe in being a pansy that is scared of something she doesn't believe in, though. ;-)

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    1. LOL. This is how I feel about zombie rats. I don't totally believe they exist, but I'm terrified they're going to scurry out of hotel walls and eat my brains. ;)

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  28. Possibly. Once I see one, I'll know for sure.

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  29. I don't believe in ghosts. I think there are other supernatural forces that try to manipulate people, such as negative entities like demons.

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  30. Sort of. I've seen some things that could be related to ghosts. But I'm also a believe it when I see it kind of person.

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  31. I like to read about them and somewhat hope there is but don't really believe

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  32. I absolutely believe in ghosts.... but they are always more interesting in fiction.

    Floyd Brigdon

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  33. i do believe in them theres some things ya just cant complain

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  34. I'd like to believe it ghosts, and have had some weird encounters in the past that have left me unwilling to shut down the possibility entirely, but I'm still skeptical. Thanks for the chance!

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  35. Yes, I do. And I have my reasons to.

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  36. Yes I believe in Ghosts - I prefer to call them spirits and have had some encounters myself. Thankfully all good

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  37. yes I believe in ghosts I have seen a few over the past 20 years

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  38. we had a ghost experience in a hotel in Florida USA when we were on holiday there - so yes now i do believe in ghosts

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  39. Yes I do. I believe that I've had an incident happen to me that definitely makes me believe. Sharon catwoman-1(at)comcast(dot)net

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  40. I believe in the possibility of ghosts or spirits but I havent seen one Possible felt a cold thru my body more like a presence nothing evil or bad just a chill and a feel of familiarity?

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  41. I had an incident as a child, so I do believe in ghosts.

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  42. no but i would change my mind if i see one

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  43. I do no believe in ghosts, but I do believe in the Holy Spirit.

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  44. No, I do not believe in ghosts.

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  45. Yes, I believe, and I've seen a ghost.

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  46. I do believe in ghosts, but they are not here to hurt us.

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  47. I don't believe in ghosts. When I was younger, I did.

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  48. I'm wishy washy about ghosts.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  49. I really want to believe in ghosts even though I've never witnessed anything paranormal :)

    (Thanks for the chance to win!)

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  50. I believe in all kinds of spirit things. I still sleep with a light on.

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  51. I would like to, but no.

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  52. I definitely believe in ghosts.
    Laurie Emerson

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  53. I honestly do believe in them and i actually heard that the house we are living in is haunted

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  54. Naw, I love reading horror stories about them though!

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  55. NOTE: This giveaway is now over. But don't worry! We're having one more pre-order party giveaway this month. Stay tuned for details.

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