Thursday, September 21, 2017

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Time Reavers by Jacob Holo - Audio Book Tour + Giveaway

Author: Jacob Holo

Narrator: Tess Irondale

Series: Time Reavers, Book One

Length: 8 hours 36 minutes

Publisher: Holo Writing

Released: July 13, 2017

Genre: YA Urban Fantasy


The monsters are real, and time is their weapon.



Fed up with bad teachers and daily fights with her sister, 16-year-old Nicole Taylor yearns for something better. Sadly, she's in for a letdown, because the world ends next week.



Nicole discovers she has a rare gift. She can bend time around her and even stop it completely. With her powers awakening, she must face the Reavers: horrific killing machines that exist outside our time.



Plagued with nightmares and ambushed by monsters at every turn, Nicole has one chance to stop their genocidal invasion. With help from a chain-smoking pyrokinetic, a neurotic sword-wielding assassin, and an icy goth chick with a crossbow, she may stand a chance.



But the Reavers are tireless foes, and time is on their side.





 
Jacob Holo is a former-Ohioan, former-Michigander living in sunny South Carolina. He describes himself as a writer, gamer, hobbyist, and engineer. Jacob started writing when his parents bought that “new” IBM 286 desktop back in the 80s. Remember those? He’s been writing ever since.
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Narrator Bio

Tess Irondale is a professional audiobook narrator and voice actress, credited with bringing nearly 50 titles to life. She specializes in Fantasy, Adventure, and Erotica, although her work has covered nearly every genre including Young Adult, Humor, Spirituality, LGBTQ, Sci-Fi, Self Help and Mystery. She is on Audible's in-house voice roster, and also works directly with authors through ACX. When not in the recording booth, she can be found hiking in the woods or hunkered over a crossword puzzle.
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with Author Jacob Holo
  • Waffle Fries or Curly Fries? Either’s fine as long as they have Cajun seasoning.
  • GIF with a hard g or soft g? Soft G. It’s not a peanut butter.
  • Fantasy or science-fiction? Science fiction, because good science fiction makes my brain happy.
  • Superman or Batman? Batman. BECAUSE HE’S BATMAN. Also, because even with all his training and gadgets, he’s still just a human being like the rest of us.
  • Text message or call? If it’s important enough to be communicated, it’s important enough for a call.
  • Pancakes or waffles? Waffles. I like syrup, and waffles are nothing but big syrup grids.
  • Doctor Who or the Walking Dead? Doctor Who. Even though a lot of its episodes are misses, when it hits, it resonates in a unique way because its canvas is so limitless. I also enjoy that when it does become stale, it’s able to revitalize itself by switching out characters and actors to keep things fresh.
  • TV Shows or Movies? Movies. They’re over faster, so I can get back to writing.
  • Facebook or Twitter? Neither. I have a Facebook account, but it’s been a year since I logged in…
  • Alice in Wonderland or Robinson Crusoe? Alice in Wonderland. It’s closer to what the inside of my brain is like.
  • Being too warm or too cold? Too cold. You can put on clothes when you’re too cold, but you can’t take off your skin if you’re too warm. (Not without difficulty, anyway.)
  • Netflix or Hulu? Can I add an option? For an anime nerd, CrunchyRoll is fantastic.
  • Work Hard or Play Hard? Work hard. I’ll play hard when I’m done. If I’m ever done.
  • Passenger or Driver? Passenger. My wife’s better at handling the crazy drivers in her home state than I am.
  • Amusement Park or Day at the Beach? I’m more of a day on the couch kind of guy.
  • Honesty or Other’s Feelings? Honesty is the best policy, though politeness goes a long way, too.
  • Movie at Home or Movie at the Theater? Movies at home, because if someone in the audience talks too much it’s easier to lock them in another room.





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