Monday, 24 March 2014

Blog Tour: Enmity by E. J. Andrews - Guest Post: Character Profile

I'm happy to have E.J Andrews on the blog with a character profile of Hermia - one of the main POV's (the other being Nate) from her novel Enmity. 
If you would like a chance to win a copy, head over to Enmity's Goodreads page and enter (Aus and NZ residents only).  

 Character Profile- Hermia

Name: Hermia
Meaning of Name: The meaning of Hermia is ‘Messenger’
Reason for Name: Hermia’s mother named her so because she saw her own self in the character of Hermia from Shakespeare’s – A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Nickname: Mia (Hermia hates this nickname and gets agitated when others call her by that name. It was a pet name her uncle and grandparents were fond of calling her, whom she is now estranged from.)
Age: 16
Height: 157cm
Gender: Female
Hair: Brown/Dark Brown, Wavy Curls, Mid Back Length
Eye Colour: Hazel
Relationship Status: It’s complicated with Chase
Personality: Detached, cold, resentful
Strengths: Exceptional aim with her badass crossbow
Flaws: Highly emotional, doesn’t like to cooperate with others, headstrong
Ambitions: Stay alive and give everyone hell whilst she can
Biggest fear: Hermia isn’t afraid of much at all but she is terrified of losing herself. She never wants to be defined by someone else, like a guy or a relationship
Occupation: Formerly cleaner / make-up artist at Elaine’s Gentleman’s Club

About the Book

Title: Enmity
Author: E. J. Andrews
Publisher: Harlequin Australia
Expected Publication Date: April 1st, 2014
Series: Enmity #1
Genre: Young Adult: Science Fiction, Dystopian 

Love vs Life.
Good vs Evil.
War vs Warfare.

Which would you choose?

After a solar flare wipes out most of the world’s inhabitants, it leaves behind nothing but a desolate earth and a desperate population. Existence is no longer a certainty. And with factions now fighting for the power to rule, people start to become reckless with their lives. The world has become a dangerous place.

Amongst the ensuing chaos, Nate and Hermia — two victims of the new world order — are taken against their will to The Compound. Joined by eight other teenagers all chosen for a specific reason, Nate and Hermia are forced to train as assassins to overthrow the current president and make way for a new leader of the free world. Here, they learn to plan, fight, and most importantly... to survive.

Except, despite the casual cruelty of their new existence, both Nate and Hermia — two very strong but very different people — begin to form fragile bonds within the group. But they soon realize their happiness is short lived...because their training is just the beginning.

A war awaits...regardless of how ready or willing they may be.

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Author Bio
E.J. Andrews was raised in a small town on the west coast of New Zealand by a gold miner with a fascination for guns and a nurse with an obsession with dragons.

Growing up, E.J. constantly felt that she needed to write down the vivid thoughts going around her head, but it wasn’t until her aunt gave her John Marsden’s Tomorrow series to read that her writing bloomed and her interest in books became a full-blown fixation.

At the age of eighteen she decided to live with her sister in Brisbane, Australia, where she found a job working at a boat club on the beautiful Moreton Bay. In between split shifts and while others her age were out enjoying their adolescence, E.J. was writing well into the early hours, trying to get down those ever-present ideas of a not-so-bright future. 

E.J. now lives on the Redcliffe peninsula with her partner and their cat Senga.

Saturday, 8 March 2014

Stacking The Shelves #58

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!
Thanks to the host Tynga's Reviews.

For Review


 Cress by Marissa Meyer

That's all for me, not that I needed any more books - I have a stack to read already! But who could resist - especially Cress, I've been waiting a year for that one. :) 
Happy Reading everyone!

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