Friday, January 20

Airel-Arson-Pyxis Blog Tour

Hey everyone and welcome to my stop on the Airel-Arson-Pyxis Blog Tour

First of all you want to know about the books touring right?
Of course you do! That is after all why we are here.

Airel by Aaron Patterson and Chris White
Buy It: Amazon US / Amazon UK

Airel is a story about an angel who falls so deeply in love with a woman that he chooses to fall from heaven to be with her. She gives birth to a daughter in Arabia, 1250BC. The girl is pursued ferociously, relentlessly by an enemy in the deepest darkness. In present day Boise, Idaho is just a girl: Airel. She's just your average high school student... who turns out to be anything but average. It's because of who she is, because of her ancestry, because of her lineage. Past and present crash in on each other in the final pages of what has been twisted comes dangerously unraveled.

Arson by Estevan Vega
Buy It: Amazon US / Amazon UK

Arson Gable feels like a freak. He can create fire. He never asked for it. He never wanted it. But he can't shut it off. Before now, three things were true: he both loved and despised his grandmother; his life was going nowhere; and he was alone. But when a strange girl - who feels more normal behind a mask than inside her own skin - moves in next door, Arson hopes to find something he's never had: purpose. Using what he fears most about himself, Arson must face him consuming past and confront the nightmare that is his present as he walks the fine line between boy and monster.

Pyxis by K.C Neal
Buy It: Amazon US / Amazon UK

Corinne lives an average teenage life working at her dad's cafe, hanging out with her best friend, and trying to forget a falling-out with her almost-boyfriend Mason. Things take a strange turn when she uses her late grandmother's food dyes for a bake sale, and her customers suddenly find her irresistibly alluring. Then she discovers she and Mason are haunted by the same dreams of a dark force that consumes everything in it's path. Pursued by shadowy figures and a crazy woman with secrets from the past, Corinne must find out who her grandmother really was. In her quest to unravel her family's history, she learns she is destined to protect this world - and the dark world of her dreams. She races to find the answers she seeks before her nightmares break free.

I have only read one of these books which is Pyxis. Check out my review HERE!


Today is your chance to win an e-copy of one of the fabulous books above.
For the stop its.......
*Drumroll Please*


For your chance to win a e-copy of this book just leave a comment with your email address in a comment. Don't forget to let me know what you think of the blog tour!

*For this blog tour there is also a big giveaway going on, for U.S only. If you like in the US you could be in with a chance to win a kindle. Yes, you heard me correctly. A Kindle.
To enter please see the Kindle Giveaway HERE!

The giveaway isn't all we have for you either, I have a special guest post from the author of Airel himself, Aaron Patterson. Let's give him a big warm welcome to K-Books for the day!

by Aaron Patterson 
I read a lot of books and the one thing that annoys me is how the hero seems to always do the right thing or once they make a decision they stick with it. If you are like me and a human, we do things we know we shouldn’t and make a plan only to break it or change our minds.
I didn’t want Airel to be like this and some people get it and some do not. But she is real, she tends to do something stupid knowing full well it is the wrong thing but she just can’t help herself. I like this about her and sometimes it is frustrating to watch her walk into a dumb situation but it makes her more real.
I like her the way she is, faults and all… to me that is what makes her so darn adorkable!


There, standing two feet from me, was Michael Alexander. My heart jumped and — I swear — it stopped. Now he was right in front of me, with a slight smile on his face. He had the most gorgeous crystal blue eyes I had ever seen in my life. I didn’t know how I kept from fainting.

Kim stepped into the middle of all of us, cutting in between us. Some other jock guy I hadn’t noticed was standing next to Michael. “Hi, I’m Kim… you new to town? How do you like it here?” I groaned, hiding my face behind my locker door, secretly peeking out, wondering what I did to deserve this. Kim and her big fat mouth.

Michael looked at her, then around her, in my direction, and smiled. “Hey, I’m Michael Alexander.” Clearly, he was answering her politely, but not talking to her at all. I looked at him from behind my locker door and flushed.

“Michael…” Kim said, as if pondering his name for the first time. “Good to meet you! This is my friend Airel.” She pointed to me and I could see the wicked smirk on her face. I was going to kill her. Murder, kill — and then for sport — unfriend her on Facebook.

“Hi…” I trailed off. Yep. I said, "hi," and probably sounded like I had some disease — which I wasn’t ruling out just yet. Nothing cool. Nothing memorable. Just, "hi." I tried to say my name but Kim had already spilled those beans, and besides, I couldn’t for the life of me remember what my name was. I flashed back to the coffee shop, blushing even more, which made Kim giggle. From the smirk on his face, I could tell Michael was enjoying my discomfort. Boys are just evil.

“You’re Airel? I heard you got sick yesterday.” The smirk took on just the slightest hint of compassion, which nearly killed me. “You okay today?” Great, he knew I was a sicko… that meant the whole school knew. Perfect.
Aaron Patterson
Please stalk me on Twitter @Mstersmith or on Facebook.
I also have a wicked cool blog

That's all I have for you.
Thank you Aaron for joining us on K-Books today.

Don't forget to leave a comment for a chance to win the e-book of Airel. The giveaway will run for 1 week.
If you don't want to enter the giveaway, leave me a comment and let me know what you think. Have you read the books? Would you suggest them?

Thanks for joining me on this awesome blog tour



  1. Post looks great, thank you so much for hosting a stop, K! <3

  2. I love this blog tour! Thanks so much for the giveaway! I am looking forward to reading these books even if I don't win any of the copies!

  3. I've been seeing these books everywhere and can't wait to read them!

    I'm with Aaron, I like characters who have faults and aren't perfect because they're much more realistic and believable.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. I already have Airel (I liked it lots) but I wanted to say it was a beautiful post today Kay!!! Blog tours are my fav, and I love when authors pop their head's in and say hello!!! That's just awesome! So, good luck to everyone who is entering, you are gunna enjoy it! :)

  5. Thanks for the giveaway! Airel looks really good. Can't wait to read it :)

  6. All three of these books rock! I look forward to reading each of them. Thanks for the chance to win one! =)

    My email address is attached to my login.

  7. Sure! Yay a book to read at my leisure would be nice for a change... nicole at shararead Dot com

  8. Great post Kay! :)And great giveaway! Lol, too bad I already got Airel for r2r ;)

  9. I'm really enjoying both the tour and getting the chance to learn more about these books. Airel sounds like a great read! =^-^= It's definitely going on my tbr pile.


  10. All of these books sound great. Great post Kay and thanks for the giveaway.

  11. sounds like a darn interesting book. One I'd buy (of course, I'd prefer to win though). My email is katharina at katharinagerlach dot com

  12. I've just downloaded Pyxis but I'd love to win a copy of Airel :) Ps I adore the book cover, it's fab!

  13. Hey Kay. Airel sounds like an interesting one! Count me in! You got my email address :)

    Oh and BTW - Arson is AWSOME! I read that aaaages ago and I loved it. I'm looking forward to getting my hands on the sequel Ashes soon :)

  14. This blog tour is Awesome! I am loving following along :)

    Ariel sounds like a really great read!!

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  15. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  16. Thanks for this giveaway!! Airel sounds like a really good read and this blog tour is so awesome!! (:

  17. Love this blog tour! The books look really interesting. I really enjoyed the special guest post :)

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