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Tour: Time Weaver: Heart of Cogs by Jacinta Maree


Time Weaver: Heart of Cogs
Jacinta Maree
(Time Collector #1)
Publication date: February 21st 2017
Genres: Steampunk, Supernatural, Young Adult

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I have a clock for a heart…and the man who put it there tried to take it out.

Time Collectors are modern day genies capable of exchanging wishes for time. Elizabeth Wicker lives within a steampunk world riddled with the supernatural. Among the stories of witches, Bacts, and other monsters, Time Collectors remain as the greatest hushed secret among the noble families. They are temptation’s greatest tools. A contract with a Time Collector is a guaranteed death sentence, and for some the price isn’t worth the prize. But when Elizabeth is struck down by a fatal heart attack, she finds herself trapped beneath a Time Collector’s blade. With no time left to offer, she makes a desperate sacrifice for a second chance at life. If there’s only one truth, it is a Time Collector will always come back to collect.

 

About the Author

Born in Melbourne Australia, Jacinta Maree considers herself a chocoholic with an obsession with dragons and Japan. Published in 2012 to USA publisher Staccato Publishing, Jacinta writes a variety of genres from YA paranormal, steampunk, horror and fantasy. Winner of 2014 Horror of the year and best selling author, Jacinta writes to answer all of her absurd questions and to explore themes and characters not often seen in main media.



The Tour

May 15th
Betwixt the Pages >> Review
YA Lit Reads >> Review
The Bookish Jinni >> Review

May 16th
FLYLēF Reviews >> Review
Girls With Books >> Excerpt
Solafide Book Club >> Guest post

May 17th
Contagious Reads >> Review
Boundless Book Reviews >> Review
A Dream Within A Dream >>Excerpt
Brooke Blogs >> Guest post

May 18th
Desert Rose Reviews >> Review
Booker T’s Farm: Books & Nails & Puppy Dog Tales >> Review
Padme’s Library >> Interview
The Rest Is Still Unwritten >> Review

May 19th
The Rest Is Still Unwritten >> Excerpt
Because Reading is better than real life >> Review
Lisa Loves Literature >> Interview
The Avid Reader >> Review