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The Immortal Circus Blog Tour: Guest Post + Giveaway – Summer Court {Week NINE}

Wow, there are just two weeks left for THE IMMORTAL CIRCUS Blog Tour. The final episode was released last week and the full-length novel in print and electronic formats are now available. And starting next week the more traditional tour for the book will begin. So be sure to check that out.

As with most series, I’ve been hesitant to start the final episode in this serial novel. As desperate as I am to find those answers I’ve been looking for, I am not ready to say goodbye. Of course as my stop next week must include my review of that final episode, I won’t be able to delay the inevitable for much longer.

But for now, I’m pretending that I won’t have to say goodbye to Vivienne, Kingston, Lilith, Mab and the rest of the characters I’ve grown to adore… and fear.

Anyway….

Once again King Oberon has paid me a visit. And it appears that he’s no longer willing to play nice. The gloves had already come off. But this time he’s made things personal. This time he’s taking the offensive. A position that I’m certain Mab will not be quite so willing to let him have for long.

I seriously hope that he knows just how hard Hannah of In the Best Worlds and I have worked to try and show our readers just how important it is to VOTE for the SUMMER COURT. With less than two weeks left until the “voting” ends, we cannot stress enough just how wrong it will be to allow the Winter Court to be victorious.

They’re the court that’s violated a long-standing treaty. They’re the court that is plotting against the Summer Fae. They’re the court that are protecting someone that shouldn’t be protected. And they’re the ones who launched an attack.

So please choose SUMMER for the win! Just because they have Kingston doesn’t mean they’re the good guys.

And if you’re looking to see just how Mab responds to Oberon’s declaration of war, be sure to check out The Bookish Brunette tomorrow. But just remember. Mab is not the innocent party here.

Friends,

It has recently come to my attention that Queen Mab has violated an ages-old treaty between the Courts. I am not at liberty to divulge the exact details of this treaty, but I can state that this violation equates to an open declaration of war.

Rumours have been confirmed. Mab is hiding a girl she is calling Lilith. This girl is extremely dangerous; do not be deceived by her youthful nature. She has caused the deaths of more than you can imagine, and she will gladly do it again. Mab has something up her sleeve. Something more dangerous than I can begin to imagine. The worlds of Fey and human can no longer be considered safe, not so long as this girl remains under Mab’s care.

As such, this is your—yes you, the reader—last opportunity to pick the winning team. After this week, there will be no more civil discourse. And after next week, the Winter Court will not exist.

Pick your side.
You don’t have any time left.
-Oberon

 ***Just in case you haven’t yet heard about this awesome book and author***

About The Immortal Circus

Publisher: 47North
Pub. date: Dec. 4, 2012
Format: Kindle eBook

Murdered contortionists aren’t exactly what Vivienne signed up for when she ran away to join the circus. But like most things under the big top, nothing is what it seems. With a past she can’t quite remember, Vivienne finds that running away forever might not be as appealing as it once sounded—especially not when she realizes the devilishly attractive ringleader Mab is the Faerie Queen of legend…and that she and the rest of the troupe are locked in an age-old rivalry between the otherworldly Courts.

Aided by her friends Kingston—a feisty stage magician whose magic is quickly stealing her heart—and his smart-ass assistant Melody, Vivienne finds herself racing against the clock to discover the culprit behind a series of deaths that should be impossible. However, the answer she seeks might reveal more about her own bloody past—and future—than she bargains for.

The show’s just beginning.

Step right up…

Find the book: WEBSITE, FACEBOOK, GOODREADS, AMAZON

About A.R. Kahler

Most little boys dream of running away to join the circus.

Alex didn’t just dream it: he did it. But then, he rarely lets a good dream pass him by.

In the past six years he’s toured and trained across America and Europe. He’s performed in Amsterdam, taught trapeze in Madrid, studied in Glasgow and even had a stint as assistant to Holly Black and Cassandra Clare in New England. He’s constantly on the lookout for new places to explore and new worlds to invent. He’s a Sagittarius fueled by full moons and espresso. The way to his heart is a latte and fan art. Just for the record.

THE IMMORTAL CIRCUS is his first New Adult novel, and is being released exclusively through the Amazon Kindle e-Serials program by 47North. It will be available in print and audio when the episodes are complete.

MARTYR the first book in his post-apocalyptic fantasy, will be published by Spencer Hill Press in October 2014.

Find him:

TWITTER @ARKahler , TWITTER @ImmortalCircus, WEBSITE/BLOG

Tour Schedule – Week Nine

MON, Feb. 4: Summer – Fiktshun – GUEST POST

TUE, Feb. 5: Winter – The Bookish Brunette – GUEST POST

WED, Feb. 6: Summer – In the Best Worlds – REVIEW & TEASER– Ep. 5

THU, Feb. 7: Winter – The Non-Reluctant Reader – REVIEW & TEASER– Ep. 5

*** This is the same Rafflecopter form from last week. It will continue to be included in all of my tour stop posts. There are extra entries for tweeting at each stop.***

THE IMMORTAL CIRCUS Prize Pack Giveaway includes a signed copy of the book, illustrated trading cards and seriously awesome circus-y goodies.

There are FOUR prize packs up for grabs!

The giveaway is US ONLY.

The giveaway ends Friday, February 15th.

There are a few extra entry opportunities, including the chance to Tweet daily for more chances to win!

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