I’ve loved the comments on my last post about having a case of low blog esteem and feeling in a slump. I’ve decided to take about a week off from posting and try to catch up on comments, reviews and thinking up new ideas. I’m crazy behind on so many things blog related. I’ve been saying we’ll be doing a Lego cover for Heir of Fire and I’ve not even taken the pictures yet! Ugh. So, I’m going to use this time to get some things prepped and start fresh October 1st.
I’m assuming that anyone that has been blogging for any length of time has felt that their blog isn’t up to par, doing as great as it once was or you even feel the tiniest bit bored. Let’s face it–sometimes it gets to be a bit repetitive. We need to shake things up and get out of the blog rut we’ve fallen into.
A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Aria is an elemental artist—she creates fire from her hands. But her power is not natural. She steals it from lightning. It’s dangerous and illegal in her world. When she’s recruited to perform, she seizes the chance to get away from her family. But her power is fading too fast to keep stealing from the sky. She has no choice but to turn to a Granter—a modern day genie. She gets one wish at an extremely high price. Aria’s willing to take a chance, but then she falls in love with the Granter . . . and he wants his freedom. Aria must decide what she’s willing to bargain and how much her own heart, body, and soul are worth.