March 19, 2018

2018 AtoZ Challenge Theme Reveal- Catch The Fever

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My 2018 April A to Z Challenge involves names, places and things found in the Fever series by Karen Marie Moning. Consisting of 10 books, HIGH VOLTAGE is #10. The Fever series isn't all butterflies and rainbows but ... overall it's a Dark Tale, with a taste of humour and an aperitif of sex. It is a Paranormal Romance and Urban fantasy.

Ten Books + in the Fever Series

(links to my Goodreads review)
  1. Darkfever 2006, 
  2. Bloodfever 2007, 
  3. Faefever 2008, 
  4. Dreamfever 2009, 
  5. Shadowfever 2010, 
  6. Iced 2012, 
  7. Burned 2015, 
  8. Feverborn 2016, 
  9. Feversong 2017, 
  10. High Voltage 2018

High Voltage is one that I recently read and enjoy. At the back of the book, the author included a glossary of names, places and things from the Fever Series, so that is what I am going to be referencing this challenge. 

My theme has always been about books because of the nature of my blog. In the past, I have done The Hunger Games and The Black Dagger Brotherhood.

I was a participant in 2012 and 2013 AtoZ Challenges.

About Karen Marie Moning

Karen Marie Moning is an American writer and a #1 "New York Times" bestselling author of 12 novels, including the RITA award-winning Highlander novels and the internationally bestselling urban fantasy Fever Series. Her books have been published in twenty-four languages, and her events draw fans from all over the world. She lives in south Florida where she is currently working on additional books in the Fever canon (the Fever World Series) as well as an original graphic novel featuring MacKayla Lane and Jericho Barrons.


  1. I don't think I've ever heard of this series. Let's see what it offers ;-)

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  2. you seem like quite a devoted reader. I hope you enjoy posting about these books.

    have a lovely day.

    p.s., your blog header is adorable!

  3. Jackie,

    I'm not of a book reader. My brain won't slow down long enough to keep me interested in anything longer than a magazine article or blog post. I've always envied others with not only the love for but the ability to stay immersed in a good book. Our daughters loved to read when they were small and read tons. I always said we spent a small fortune in children's literature. Sounds like you're keeping the A2Z challenge in tune with your passion and it'll be fun to learn through your post about this series. Happy reading and best of luck to ya. I'll see ya around the cyberblock in April and thanks for stopping by for my Theme Reveal!

  4. I've heard of these books but haven't had a chance to read them. This is a genre that I love, so I need to get to it.


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