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Over @ Dear Author: Blade Song by J.C. Daniels

Today, I'm embarking on little bit of a new venture. I'll be reviewing a couple (or three or four, my mileage will I am sure vary) books a month over at Dear Author. These will be urban fantasy and parnormals, and I am so thrilled to be leading off with the first book in an urban fantasy series that took over my life the minute I started it. Make sure to drop by today to see what I thought of J.C. Daniels' Blade Song

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  1. Wooooo! You're such an awesome addition to DA, Angie! :)

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  2. Eeee! I loved this book! I need to get off my butt and read the sequel already.

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    1. Oh, Jess. You have got to read the second one NOW.

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    2. I've got a road trip planned next month, so I'll be loading up the Kindle. That will be on it, along with half a dozen other books I've been dying to get to. Finally going to finish my first Molly Harper novel (which I am loving to pieces), and read The Lies of Locke Lamora, Flowers in the Attic, and Old Man's War if all goes according to plan.

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