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Friday, March 21, 2014

Seriously Shifter Giveaway Hop!


Growing up, I LOVED scary movies. My favorites were the Creature Features. Though the monsters were the ‘bad guys,’ I always felt an affinity for their plight – alone, isolated, different and unloved. They just couldn’t get a break. It wasn’t until I saw the movie Ladyhawke with Rutger Hauer and Michelle Pfeifer, where lovers cursed to become a hawk and a wolf, one at night and one during the day could never be together in their human forms except for that brief moment in-between, that I realized that these tragic tales could also be romances. A keen creative interest in all things Shifter was born.



Whether they be wolf, bear, dragon or Guinea pig, Shifters are instantly relatable because they also take on a human form. From there, the only limit is the writer’s imagination. Your world, your rules. Creating both was a huge part (a really fun part!) of writing my ‘By Moonlight’ shape-shifter series. Visit my world HERE and make sure you take a peek behind the “Step Inside” tab to get a glimpse of the series mythology.



Variety is what keeps Shifter stories fresh and new. Everything from Mystique in the X-Men to Sherrilyn Kenyon’s “Dark Hunters” are there to excite and entertain. Who are your favorite Shifters? Do you prefer a certain ‘type?’



To help you explore the world of sexy Shifters, I’m giving away a $10 Amazon gift card. After you enter above, make sure you visit the other Hop sites listed below for lots more Shifter goodness and giveaways! And revisit Ladyhawke for sigh-worthy romance!


39 comments:

  1. Hi, I pretty much like any shifters though favorites are wolf or any large cat; I have yet to read a snake shifter but I'm sure I will sooner or later.

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    1. Snake? What would that leave? Spider? Ewww!

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  2. Love shifters but to decide if i prefer a specific kind is harder i guess it's wolf or feline one^^ ( loved the eagle in Storm force by Susannah sandlin though)
    thank you for this giveaway

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  3. I'm not a fan of horror. Too wimpy. LOL I do like your shifters, Nancy.

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    1. Thanks, Di. And I like your space cowboys!

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  4. Have to admit I never read shifters until the Moonlight series. Wowza! Max made me a believer. Love the series, Nancy.

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  5. thanks for the fun giveaway! I love pretty much any type of shifter :)

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  6. I like a variety of shifters. Ilona Andrews' Kate Daniels series has a nice mix including a lion and honey badger.

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  7. Ladyhawke is one of my all-time favorite authors. I love the idea of shifters and am particularly fond of feline and dragon ones but I enjoy stories with all kinds. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  8. I was so in love with the concept of Ladyhawke. I wanted them to be cured. I love the different types of shifters there are from Sherilyn's to Eve Langalis's shifters. :)

    Thank you!!

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  9. does hot, sexy & dangerous count as a type ;) certainly like yours.

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  10. I love your books and I love shifters of all kinds!!

    mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

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  11. Thanks so much for joining us in the hop Nancy!

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    1. You're welcome! They're always so much fun!

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  12. I have lots of favorite shifters. My first favorite was Adam Hauptman from Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson series, I like Eileen Brooks and Ilona Andrews shifter heroes too.

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity, Nancy!

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  13. Love shifters! Ladyhawke kicked butt! I love all kinds of shifters but I think my fav will always be the wolf. I remember watching all these horror movies growing up and one of my fav's was The Monster Squad and I loved the Wolfman from that. I know he was sorta a bad guy but it kind of gave me a fascination with shifters.

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  14. I love your books. Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  15. Thank you so much! I like unusual shifters, especially birds...

    vitajex(at)Aol(Dot)com

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  16. I love all shifter books, but my favorite shifter is dragons!

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  17. I love Ladyhawke, what a fabulous movie! And shifters are always such fun, especially wolves and big cats.

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  18. I love all kinds of shifters but my absolute favorite is dragons. Their are so many wonderful series featuring them. My two favorites though are Ilona Andrews and Patricia Briggs

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  19. I love shifters, the big cats are my favorites followed by wolves.

    cmucha319 AT yahoo DOT com

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  20. I like the big cat shifters.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

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  21. Thanks for the giveaway! The blog post loons interesting!

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  22. I prefer wolf and big cats shifters, and my favorite is Alcide from the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris and True Blood series.

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  23. Love shifters. Thanks for the giveaway.

    mythic021@gmail.com

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  24. Love your Moonlight series! Thanks for the great giveaway.
    bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  25. I love shifter books. thank you for joining in the blog hop!

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  26. My favorite shifters are Ilona Andrews' Curran and Patricia Briggs' Adam Hauptman.

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  27. Thanks for the giveaway. I love reading shifter books.

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  28. Thanks for the chance to win!
    I love shifter books!

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  29. love shifters thanks for the hop! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  30. I have never seen Ladyhawke. I will have to check it out.

    I don't have a favorite type of shifter. Other than the Sookie Stackhouse and Twilight novels, I cannot recall reading any books with shifters until recently. I am hoping to widen my shifter reading by participating in this hop.

    I have added your Shadows series to my TBR list.

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway. Fingers crossed to win.

    skeeterlee63 [at] gmail.com

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