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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Full Moon on the Rise by Natalie Carlisle Tasty Blurb Tour







Full Moon on the Rise

By: Natalie Carlisle




Blurb

Someone in Emerson Fox Academy is determined to kill him, and Kale Rollins doesn’t know how much more he can take. And on top of everything, his adopted mom has “disappeared” and his real brother, Trey, is leaving just when Kale needs him the most. Not to mention, Miller and Kit are getting too close for his comfort and there is nothing he can do about it.

Frustrated, scared, and struggling for “control” Kale doesn’t trust himself at all.  With the full moon on the rise, Kale soon realizes he isn’t the only one who might die.

What he wouldn’t do to be normal these days…



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Author Info Natalie Carlisle currently lives with her husband and two dogs in New Jersey but misses the mountains of her hometown in PA every day. When not writing, Natalie can be found reading, drawing, painting, watching chick flicks, taking pictures of nature, running (when her knee is being cooperative)and hiking. She loves being active though lately most of her time is spent in front of a computer working on her next novel.



Author Links http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6555319.Natalie_Carlisle

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Excerpt “Please pick up… come on, pick up.” Kale’s fingers worried the cord of the library’s phone for the second time that day. And just like yesterday, and the day before that, and the day before that… there was still no answer. “Come on.” Another ring passed loudly in his ear. Two more and he knew the answering machine would pick up. Again. He held his breath. One… Come on. Two… “Hi! You reached the Rollins’ residence. We can’t come to the phone right now—” “Damn it!” Deep inhale. He slammed the receiver. Heads turned toward the noise to stare at him. It took everything in him not to snap at them. Bending over he snatched his book bag off the floor and swung it hastily over his shoulder. Ignore them. They don’t get it. Their lives are normal. What he wouldn’t do to be normal these days.

6 comments:

  1. This probably sounds super corny but I would probably shift into a penguin. They're my favorite animal.

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  2. Thank you for spotlighting my book release on your blog!

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  4. Jessie2247, not corny at. I like penguins too. I am not really sure what I would shift into, but probably something out in the woods since I love to hike. Or I'd want to shift into my dogs at home, they are spoiled!!!

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