Dear Author has chosen Demon Angel as the inaugural book in their DearAuthor Book Club!
There will be a video review by Jane and a book review by Jayne. During January, come and chat about what you liked; what you didn’t like; or why you couldn’t be arsed to read it.
So whether you like it, hate it, or are deciding whether to buy it — be sure to check out the discussion! One thing I’m certain of: you’ll get honest responses to the book at that site, from the Ja(y)nes and other readers. *chews nails* I’ll put up a link to the page as soon as it’s up.
Robin, the winner of the “name that series!” contest and an ARC (which I mailed out today, Robin!) will be writing her review by mid-January … which I will host here. *chews nails again*
I enjoyed both Lilith and Hugh very much. Meljean spent a lot of time (centuries, in fact) helping us get to know both of them, their strengths and their flaws. It makes it easy to keep reading, to want to know what happens and more importantly, how the author writes them out of their problems. I love the worldbuilding Meljean did with Hell and Lucifer as well as the other demons and angels. Itâ€™s completely unique and I thought, fun, giving them such great characterizations and making the reader believe itâ€™s all possible.
Finally, I’ve added the FAQ page to my site, including an answer to the all-important question: how do you pronounce Caelum? I hope to have the Guardian history/mission, printable book list, and the “behind the scenes of Demon Angel” pages up by tomorrow.
If you have any questions you think I should add, feel free to put them in the comments. One I just considered was: Are these books inspirational novels? … because the angel on the front might give that impression, I guess.