MAD FREEBIE ALERT: Today, The Lost Knight is a featured title at BookBub, and to celebrate, for a very limited time, you can get the book for free on Kindle (now through Wednesday).
So! Without further ado… I think you know what to do. 😉
This is a massive giveaway you don’t want to miss. Details, rules and sponsors are below. Yes, that says $250, and it’s not a typo! Good luck and have fun. 🙂
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We’ve got a super fun giveaway going on at NightOwlReviews.com, that asks the fire-breathing question: If you can only adopt one, which will it be: Unicorn, Pegasus or Dragon?
Stop by to share your answer, and enter to win a copy of The Lost Night, plus a $25 Amazon gift card! This giveaway ends in a week, and guys…? I think *the dragons are currently winning.
Head on over there now, and give your favorite magical creatures some love!
*I totally blame Game of Thrones. 😉
Yeah, so I live in Irma country, and THIS happened:
— Candy Atkins (@Candy_Atkins) September 11, 2017
Not fun. We’re all okay, but needless to say, callin’ in the pros to help clean this mess up.
What IS fun? This giveaway I’m doing with Kathy at I Am a Reader, and her amazing book blogging friends.
Feel free to click here and enter the giveaway:
Have fun and good luck! 🙂
Just a quick note to say hello, I hope you all have had an amazing summer, and because I *heart* my readers, I am discounting The Lost Knight to $.99 on Kindle until 9/4.
We’ve got three opportunities to win free books right now at GoodReads and at Night Owl Reviews.
At Night Owl Reviews, one lucky winner will receive a free eBook of The Lost Knight and a $25 Amazon gift card. Click here to enter.
It all ends on 3/31, so get in while you can and may the Luckiest Wanderers win!
The Lost Knight is available at NetGalley until April 9th.
If you’re a book blogger, a Bookstagram or BookTube creator, active on GoodReads/Amazon reviews and enjoy young adult/middle grade fantasy novels (I’m looking at you, Harry Potter fans), we sure would love to exchange a complimentary copy of this book for an honest review.
Here is the link to our listing:
The Lost Knight by Candy Atkins @ NetGalley
To all of you who are out there reading, rating and reviewing books objectively and with heart: novels and writers thrive because of you. Thank you for all that you do to keep our stories alive.
My readers are amazing! I feel honored and grateful every day. 🙂
“The Lost Knight by Candy Atkins is a welcome answer to the gap left after the final book in the Harry Potter series.”
-Dr. Jane Nixon White
“The ocean scene in particular I think should be mandatory reading for all teens due to the craft as much as the message.” -Author J.D. Estrada
4 / 5 Stars
“It was so refreshing to see a main character who doesn’t have a lot of skills and is scared of things, yet tries to put on a brave face to do what she has to. The ending of this book left me wanting to know what happens next and I can’t wait to read the next one.” –Reading with Wrin
“Even though The Lost Knight Series is meant for the youngest side of YA, Atkins writes with a maturity and an expectation of the reader that’s unparalleled in this genre, while keeping it fun, well-paced and easy to read. The Lost Knight series is a future classic. And I can’t wait to see what happens in The Lost World.” -Amazon Reviewer, The Lost Girl
“I know everyone has been saying this, but I’ll add my voice to the chorus: There is no romance. None at all. The main character is 13 and has no love interest. None of the side characters have any romantic subplot. It was very refreshing.” -The Vintage Bookworm
Amazing reviews are pouring in for my Lost Knight series, and I can’t stop smiling. A huge thank-you to my readers for the love!
THE LOST KNIGHT (Book One):
“Reading this book made me feel like a teenager once again; it made me feel so young and alive… Looking for a book which brings a new outlook to the fantasy genre; perfect for reading at any age… Stop right here!!!”
“You can walk on the ocean, interact with Pegasus, Unicorns, Faeries, and Elves, or have Disney like adventures. Candy Atkins provides everything in this book except thankfully another yet overused romance plot. It’s about time a YA author managed to write a beautifully enchanting adventure without requiring her female character to meet, fall in love and need a man.”
“The world building is expertly done… Even though this book was the set up for the series it’s well paced with tension in ever chapter. I had trouble putting it down. I’m glad I already have Book 2, The Lost Girl because I had to know what happens next.”
THE LOST GIRL (Book Two):
“Characters that are vivid and fully dimensional but imperfect so you can believe in their actions and motivations… Atkins proves she has a great sense of humor which shines through her characters and the story making it a fun, leisurely-paced and easy to read book. Even though it’s part of the YA genre there’s a maturity to how she writes that makes it quite effortless for adults to still to enjoy this series. She just makes reading pleasurable again!”
“I really love this series, and I enjoyed this new novel in the series. I thought The Lost Girl was another great read for both younger readers and older readers alike.”
“I really enjoyed myself reading this book and I am not entirely sure how I am going to wait for the next book! I loved revisiting this world and all the characters that came with it and I feel like I have an extra special bond with our MC after everything she went through in this book! I cannot wait to see what happens next… especially after that ending!!!!!!!”
“If Hermione and Frodo had a baby her name would be Agatha.” ~Veilsnekmna
The Lost Knight has climbed its way to Number Two on the GOODREADS MIDDLE GRADE NOVELS 2016 list and I couldn’t be more elated and grateful. The fact that it’s sandwiched between Rick Riordan and Sara Pennypacker is both an honor and a privilege.
A sincere and heartfelt thank you to everyone who voted. 2016 was a great year for me and I feel blessed to have such loyal family, friends, fans and followers. Thank you. 🙂