By this afternoonÂ I’ll have reviews up for the two most recent books in Carrie Vaughn’s Kitty Norville Series – Kitty and the Dead Man’s Hand and Kitty Raises Hell.Â Each book in the series stands on its own.Â However, if you want to get started at the beginning I have a prize packageÂ to give away of the first four books in the Kitty Norville series.Â That’s right – Kitty and the Midnight Hour, Kitty Goes to Washington, Kitty Takes a Holiday and Kitty and the Silver Bullet can be yours!Â (Links go to my reviews.)Â These books have generously been provided by MiriamÂ with Hachette Book Group.Â
Kitty is a DJ who just happens to be a werewolf.Â She gets outed on her talk show and becomes the first celebrity werewolf.Â Here is a sample of the types of calls that come in during The Midnight Hour.Â Kitty approaches her callers with a little bit of skepticism and knows she doesn’t have all of the answers.Â If you called The Midnight Hour what would you ask Kitty?
Just leave your answer as a comment and that will be your entry into the giveaway.Â One comment per person, please!Â This giveaway is open to US and international mailing addresses and will end at 7:59pm Eastern on Monday, March 30th, 2009.Â The winner will be chosen using the randomizer on random.org. (This is a sticky post until March 30th – please scroll down to read more of the blog.)
I would ask her to make me a werewolf.
I would ask her if she had her choice between being compltely human and being a werewolf which she would choose.
What would I ask her if I called? I need to think of something clever for my entry. Hmmm…
“How do you feel about the way werewolves are portrayed in recent urban fantasy novels such as NEED or the Mercy Thompson novels?”
I would ask her to tell me in her own words what it’s like to be a werewolf and whether she would be human if she had the option. Please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks!
I would ask if she enjoys being a celebrity werewolf or if she would rather live anonymously?
I would ask her what are her favorite foods. Do werewolves eat differently than humans when in human form?
I would ask her opinion about this frustrating ability I have to make everything technological around me go all wonky. Computers, cell phones, PDAs, watches, flashlights, printers, TVs, and movies are just a few examples. Even x-rays come out fuzzy half the time. Electronics of all kinds just spontaneously stop working or develop weird quirks around me. Some have referred to this trait as an annoying side effect of wizards (urban fantasy author Jim Butcher). Others refer to it as a “ghost in the machine” that seems to latch onto certain people. I’d love to know Kitty’s thoughts on the topic.
More importantly, I’d love to win this giveaway, as I’ve been meaning to read this series for some time now. This would be the ideal opportunity for me to start.
I would ask her if she thinks that werewolves are given a bad rep in the paranormal department. Everyone seems to romanticise the vampire, but the werewolf not so much.
This looks like such a great series. Thanks for the giveaway.
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