12 Days of Snowed (Day 11): A Blizzard of SNOWED Reviews
Forecasting a Heavy Accumulation of Snowed Reviews
We’re piling up lots of Snowed reviews but we’re still looking for more! If you are a reviewer interested in the book and you want an ebook copy, please contact publicist Beverly@BeverlyBambury.com. There are also a limited number of print copies available (U.S. mailing addresses only). Please contact us directly to be considered for a print copy: Books@RawDogScreaming.com.
Snowed is now on NetGalley!
If you are a reviewer who uses NetGalley you’ll be happy to know that Snowed now available through their site. Or if you are not already a member sign up for NetGalley for free: “Do you love to discover new books? Do you review and recommend books online, in print, for your bookstore, library patrons, blog readers, or classroom? Then you are what we call a “professional reader,” and NetGalley is for you. Registration is free, and allows you to request or be invited to read titles, often advance reading copies, on your favorite device.”
Reviews for Snowed are Piling Up
“Snowed is…well on its way to becoming a cult favorite.”—BOLO Books
“…one of the best books I have read in 2016.”—Bookworm Society
“There are few words for how bone-chillingly cool I found this story. Charity is awesome!”—LibraryThing reviewer
“This was entirely not what I expected–in a good way. It started out much like many other YA novels, then took a sharp turn and never looked back. I loved that Charity is smart and clever and bi-racial and all the things heroines usually aren’t. She falls in love, but it doesn’t make her IQ drop in the process. The mythological aspect with Aiden is awesome and unique.” LibraryThing reviewer
“Oh wow. I read it this weekend and didn’t see that coming. Great twist…”—Margaret Marquis, School Librarian, Virginia
“Overall, this was a great fantasy novel that features a villain not often explored in speculative fiction, either adult or YA. The modern ways in which the villain is fought are imaginative and delightfully unexpected.”—J.L. Gribble’s Blog
“Fun read for both youth and adult. Looking forward to the sequel.”—Amazon Reader