March 25th, 2011
Book of the Day: Witch Blood

****THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED****

The winner of yesterday’s book, Witch Fire, is Carol, who said, “No, they don’t affect my emotional well-being. I feel horrible for those directly involved, but I can’t let it take over my life.” Congrats! Please drop me an email, Carol! Anyabast (at) gmail.com

Today’s book……



A water witch, Isabelle Novak has always led a chaotic, nomadic existence. But her life spins out of control when her sister—her only friend and emotional anchor—is killed by a demon. Driven by grief and a desire for revenge, she turns her back on the Coven and the rede they hold sacred: Harm thee none…

When Isabelle first encounters Thomas Monahan, she’s running on pure rage and sorrow, channeling her pain into power—and trying to freeze the life out of a warlock she holds responsible for her sister’s death. Together, they form an uneasy alliance to hunt and destroy a demon of tremendous power. As head of the Coven, earth witch Thomas must thwart Isabelle’s dark impulses, but his very presence stirs deeper desires she never knew she had…

Read the first chapter and/or watch the book video.

Answer in the comments for a shot at a copy of Witch Blood. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow to see if you won.

Do you hold a grudge or forgive and forget? Are you a revenge seeker, or do you let transgressions against you pass away peacefully?

60 comments to “Book of the Day: Witch Blood”

  1. Well it depends. I try hard not to hold a grudge or look for revenge but sometimes that is very hard. I know it’s in my best interest to just let things go so that is what I do for the most part. But even though I forgive I don’t generally forget so if it was a friendship depending on what was done-it is most likely over.

    Kelly
    kittykelly28 @ hotmail.com


  2. When something terrible happens to me, it tends to hit me hard. Eventually, though I just work to put it behind me. I may not feel the same about the person or people or did whatever it was, but I try to move on.


  3. I am usually “a forgive and forget” kind of person but when I decided to hold a grudge (and that’s only when person does unthinkable) it’s there forever. I don’t forgive it. So I try not to get mad too often :)


  4. I usually forgive. Sometimes it takes a little while but I don’t seek revenge ever. I believe in what goes around comes around.


  5. I’m usually a forgive and forget type of person, unless they do it again. Then I tend to cut them completely out of my life. I’ve found that that allows me to “punish” them as most people can’t stand to be totally ignored, it doesn’t allow them to “hurt” me again, and I’m completely satisfied with this non verbal, non combative action. I’m generally not a revenge seeker either–I just totally ignore them.


  6. I do hold a grudge, but I’m not really a revenge person. I just, you know, pretend the person no longer exists ;-)


  7. I don’t hold a grudge and I always do my best to forgive. But, sometimes it’s really hard to forget.


  8. It depends on what went on, I do hold on to a grudge for a couple of things that I won’t go into. But mostly I forgive and learn from that mistake.


  9. I am not a person who will hold a grudge or ever seek revenge. I can’t say that I ever forget but I do forgive. When things happen there is no way to change the outcome. So its more a live and learn from experience.


  10. It all depends on what its about..Normally I don’t hold grudges..I let things go, its not worth hanging on to.. It just stresses you out everytime you think about it orif someone brings it up then the pain starts all over again.. I just let the person who did it suffer with it. They have no idea what I’m going to do so I don’t do anything.. Thats worse then anything I can think to do…I wll stay away from that person,,why give them another chance ….