Cover Reveal and Giveaway – Jenny Plague-Bringer (The Paranormals #4) by JL Bryan

Posted 1 October, 2012 by Heather in Blog, Featured, Giveaways, Heather / 26 Comments

I don’t think I can properly describe my excitement when I heard that JL Bryan decided to continue the Paranormals series (check out our reviews for Jenny Pox, Tommy Nightmare, Alexander Death) with a fourth book due out October 23, 2012. And I’m super excited to bring you the cover of the new installment, Jenny Plague-Bringer.

Cover by PhatPuppy Art

 Jenny has enjoyed a year of quiet seclusion, but her peace is about to be shattered by two new paranormals who are searching for her. Their intentions are unknown. The timing couldn’t be worse, because Jenny can’t use her pox without risking the life of the baby growing inside her…

How freakin’ awesome is that? Jenny’s going to be a mom, but she can’t use her plague touch to defend herself without risking harm to her unborn baby. I can’t wait to see what type of opposite powers the new pair of Paranormals JL Bryan has cooked up have. Luckily, we don’t have too wait long…

Jenny Pox is FREE here:
FREE on: Amazon | Apple | Smashwords | Sony | $2.99 on Nook

J.L. Bryan links:

And now for the awesome giveaway–enter the rafflecopter below for a chance to win autographed copies of the first three books in the Paranormals series, and it’s not just for those of us in the states this time. The giveaway is open to residents of the US, Canada, and the UK.

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I’m a PhD chemist who loves sarcasm, music, and books-paranormal, mystery, thriller, suspense, horror, and romance. Most of my free time is spent at the martial arts studio these days–whether practicing Combat Hapkido or reading books while watching my son’s Taekwondo classes, or even working up a sweat with Kickboxing for fun.

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26 Responses to “Cover Reveal and Giveaway – Jenny Plague-Bringer (The Paranormals #4) by JL Bryan”

  1. Lindy Gomez

    I like this cover. The girl looks carefree, but then you look at the sky and it’s an ominous foreshadowing with the dark sky, and tons of crows fleeing. I have heard great things about this series, and would like to read it!

  2. Kai W.

    I have the first book. The second book is more interesting. I need to finish reading the first book by tomorrow at the latest.

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