Cover Reveal…WitchHunt by Emma Mills

Today we’re hosting a cover reveal for author Emma Mills and her latest book, Witch Hunt. 

There is a huge giveaway for her Facebook page getting 1000 likes, so if you’re interested in taking part – check out the link. 

So…what about the book? This is the third book in the Witch Blood series – you can read Mel’s review of the first book – WitchBlood – on Goodreads here. The second book – WitchLove – was featured in our May Indie Author event this year, and now you can get a sneak peek at the latest addition to the series!


‘WitchHunt’ – Release Date: 4th November, 2013


     ‘I know it’s selfish, but I don’t want you to go,’ Daniel said, a couple of minutes later.

   I looked at him and smiled. ‘I’ll be fine, I will.’ 

   ‘You’d better be. I don’t know what I’d do without you. Those months I stupidly spent apart from you… they were torment for me,’ he said.

   ‘They were torment for me too.’

As the Christmas season is ripped apart by the news that Jess’ old friend Alex has been turned into a vicious killer, festivities are dropped, Jess returns to England and the hunt begins. But Alex isn’t the only one being hunted, for Mary has found a way to extinguish the entire bloodline of Malden witches, and it is Jess’s book of shadows that’s the key. As things hot up, Jess finds she must leave Daniel and the safety of Manchester in a final hunt for her nemesis, Mary. In a fight-off that only one of them can survive, loved ones will fall… daemons will rise… but who will survive?

IAM Book of the Day…Witch Love

Guest Feature

Guest Feature

Today’s guest author is Emma Mills and we’re featuring her novel Witch Love – with a mini-interview and peek at the book, there’s plenty to see!


About the Author and Mini-Interview

 Hi I’m Emma. I am happily married with two lovely children. I have always loved reading and writing and published my first novel WitchBlood in Jan 2012 with Witchcraft following in June and WitchLove due in Feb 2013. After acquiring an obsessive love of supernatural teen novels…yes I’m a Twilight fan…I decided to write my own supernatural story based here in Manchester in the UK, near where I live and grew up. It’s currently dark, windy, cold and very very wet… and easy to get inspiration.

What is you favorite way to spend a rainy day?

Curled up with my cat, my bunny, my kids and my husband all watching a movie and eating homemade cake!

It’s your fantasy dinner party – who are your guests?

Ooo let’s think, how about Adrian Ivashkov from Vampire Academy, Edward Cullen (without the sparkles), Eric Northman from True Blood… oh they are all fictional aren’t they… hmm how about George Cloony because he’s so utterly gorgeous, Miranda Hart because I love her and Amanda Hocking to grill about writing & publishing!

 What are you working on at the moment – do you have any other books in the works?

Currently I am in the process of selling our house and moving to Cheshire, but I hope to begin writing WitchHunt this spring, to be published in the Autumn. I’m also hoping to write a short story spin-off going back to the French Revolution and catching up with Eva & Sebastian, (two of my Manchester Vampires) to be included in an anthology; and next year you can expect a new spin-off series.

 If you could jump in to a book, and live in that world.. which would it be?

I was going to say Harry Potter, but then I realised that I don’t actually have any magical powers so I would end up being a muggle and that would be pretty irritating… so please can I jump into the  HP word AND have Hermione’s skills please?

 Can you see yourself in any of your characters?

Hmm I can’t really but I have been told by rather a large proportion of friends and family that they see a lot of similarities between Jess and me! I think that it is probably quite natural when you are writing in first person narrative… so yeah maybe Jess is a little bit like a supernatural teenage version of me!



   With the reappearance of a lost love, Jess flees to the only people who can help her control her increasing powers and gain independence – her family’s coven. But with a bruised heart can Jess learn to forgive or will she find new love in the United States? Witchlove, the third installment of the Witchblood series, is a new adventure that takes Jess from New England to Voodoo country in the South.

“I love this series. I can hardly wait until the 3rd book, WitchLove is released… This is a series that I will look forward to re-reading just as the new book is ready for release.”

Carrie, book reviewer at

“The characters feel real, the world feels authentic, and the story literally throbs with an underlying intensity that builds with each page. In short, Witchblood is an imaginative, satisfying read that still manages to leave the reader hungry for more.

Thomas Winship, author of Vaempires: Revolution & Vaempires: Zombie Rising


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meme…Friday Finds – 3

Another weekly meme from

This week I found:

Shades of Greyby Michael Cargill – it was kind of a re-find for me as I’d bought it a while ago and just sat down this week and started it. It’s a collection of short stories – first one was great, very quick and punchy, drawing you quickly in to an intense moment in someone’s life. Looking forward to reading the rest this week.

I received a copy of Fall for You from the author Celia Gray. Though I don’t often do typical romance stuff, this sounded cute and I couldn’t ignore the Jane Austen connection, so hopefully this should be a fun light-hearted read.

Finding Sky I picked up randomly from Amazon – I saw it on one of their charts and it caught my eye, possibly a bit of cover-love going on here, so I hope it’s doesn’t let me down! Reviews are decent (bought before I checked) so it’s in the TBR pile…not sure when I’ll get to it though!

Angelfall – I bought this after seeing it on several WWW Wednesday posts this week. Looks good and will fit with my ‘Heavenly Challenge’ so I’m happy with this. I think the cover is lovely – more cover-love – I do like the simple ones.


That’s it for this week – I’m committing myself to not buying any more books for the next few weeks as my to read pile is growing way faster than I could hope to keep up with and I like to read the books I get gifted from authors first – once I’ve done all those, then I’ll allow myself some new ones as a treat 😉

What did you find this week? Mel x

meme…Friday Finds – 2

Another weekly meme from

This week I found:

The cover – I admit – I find uncomfortable, but it sounds great and the reviews have been good (including one where they said the cover put them off, but then enjoyed the book) – so I’m not judging by the cover and have this on my kindle now 🙂

This has been around for a long while, but I’d not come across it before. Recommended to me this week by the lovely Emily from Confessions of a Bookaholic – will be adding to my tbr list.

Although it’s a ‘classic’ I’ve never actually read The Outsiders, just seen the film! Inspired to read this by one of the Goodreads groups who have it as their April read. My copy came through the post this week.