Sunday, 16 March 2014

Deviation by Heather Hildenbrand Blog Tour and Giveaway!



Title : Deviation
Author : Heather Hildenbrand
Published : March 2014


Protect. Obey. Sacrifice.
These words are the mantra of my existence. I’m not sure if it’s Titus Rogen inspiring my desire to go against what I am or my own DNA deviating. All I can think is how Titus will look when he meets his end. It trumps even my wish for freedom. In this moment, I want nothing more than to watch the life bleed from Titus’s body. And I want it at my own hands.
Titus. The Creator.
I stare at my palms. Strength aside, I wonder if I’m capable of taking a life. A human life; one with a soul. And I wonder if that isn’t easier than taking the life of an Imitation. At least humans have souls that live on. What do I have after this? Where will I go? Back into a syringe? Will Titus recycle me? Or will I be lost forever down a lab drain?
We don’t deserve that.
We don’t deserve him.
Deserving and receiving are so very different here. And I am beginning to understand, to beat someone in this world, I‘ll have to play in it.



Kobo: http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/deviation-3

Guest Post!

A lot of Imitation's setting is centered around the futuristic and over-the-top fashion trends of the twenty-second century. Here's just a couple of my favorite examples I see for this society Ven has been thrown into:



My Pinterest board has been updated with these and some others and OMG was this fun! I got to let my imagination RUN with this and I picture snake-belts (with live animals) and, like in Deviation, high heels that double as fish bowls! What sort of futuristic fashion accessory would you absolutely NOT buy into??

About The Author!


Heather Hildenbrand was born and raised in a small town in northern Virginia where she was homeschooled through high school. Since 2011, she’s published more than eight YA & NA novels including the bestselling Dirty Blood series. She splits her time between coastal Virginia and the island of Guam and loves having a mobile career and outrageous lifestyle of living in two places.
Heather is also a publishing and success coach bent on equipping and educating artists who call themselves authors. She loves teaching fellow writers how to create the same freedom-based lifestyle she enjoys. For more information visit www.phoenixauthorink.com and find out how to create your own OutRAGEous Life.
You can find out more about Heather and her books at www.heatherhildenbrand.blogspot.com
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Heather is the creator of Phoenix: Author Ink, a company designed for guiding and mentoring authors through writing, self-publishing, and the business that follows. She offers coaching, mentoring, accountability, strategic planning, step-by-step instructions, checklists, and content editing for authors at all stages of their publishing career. You can visit the website at www.phoenixauthorink.com

Other titles by Heather Hildenbrand:

Dirty Blood (book 1, the Dirty Blood series)
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Cold Blood (book 2, Dirty Blood series)
Blood Bond (book 3, Dirty Blood series)
Blood Rule, (book 4, Dirty Blood series)
Whisper
Across the Galaxy
Imitation (book 1, Clone Chronicles)
DreamKiller: The Complete Saga (a novella)
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A Risk Worth Taking
The Indie Author Guide: A Self-Publisher’s Toolbox

Giveaway!




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41 comments:

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    1. You should definitely check out Heathers books!!! She is an amazing writer.

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  2. Mmm! I'm not sure but sounds great

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    1. You should definitely read it!! Try book 1 and see :)

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  3. I would clone myself and then send the clone to do all the rubbish things I hate.

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    1. I agree Alison, it would be great to have a clone!! Like Heather said it could cook and clean ;)

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  4. I would clone myself and then send them to work for me so i can spend more time with my fiance.

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    1. That would be a good idea. I think the clone would definitely do all the horrible jobs ;)

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  5. clone myself so one can go to work and other to clean the house

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  6. I would clone Kate winslet

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  7. I'd clone George Michael. He could wake me up with his singing. It would be a lovely way to wake up!

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    1. Ooo good choice but I think Id like to clone him when he was at his best!!

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  8. Oh wow, what a question to get me thinking! I might just clone Johnny Depp and be boring and predictable! he could act out scenes from Ovid's Metamorphosis to help me with my coursework :)

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    1. I love Johnny Depp!! He would be awesome to clone!!!

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  9. I would clone myself so that my clone could go to work on alternate weeks.

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  10. I would definitely clone myself to go out and do all the work while I led a life of leisure!! :-)

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  11. I would clone myself so that I could have a version for work and me for play

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  12. I would sent my clone to work for me so I could sit and read Heather Hildenbrand books all day :D

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  13. I'd clone myself and would split chores with her - I would not feel right dumping all the work on my other 'me' - that's how soft I am :)

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  14. I would clone my nan.. so that she would still be with me now :)

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  15. my mum who passed away in dec
    kinseyemma@yahoo.com

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  16. Jason Statham, hes a bit nice :-)

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  17. i would clone myself, with two of me theres more chance of getting the kids to listen! ;)

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    1. I dont think it would matter how many of you there was, kids never listen!! ;)

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