Fire Spirits Blog Tour: Guest Post and Giveaway

Posted October 31st, 2012 by in *Feature/Meme / 9 comments

Guest Post:
The Scariest Part of the Fire Spirits World

Mount Qaf is definitely the scariest part of the Fire Spirits world. Why? Because it hides a whole lot of ugly and sinister beneath the beauty and exotic sparkle of its landscape. First you have the badass Azazil, his Lieutenant and second-in-command, Asmodeus, and the Seven Kings of Jinn. They’re all for the most part pretty ruthless, very mercurial, enigmatic, dangerous, somewhat petty, bored, all-powerful beings. And Azazil is definitely the worst of the lot. The scariest, scariest part of Mount Qaf is a room in Azazil’s palace. This room changes location at the whim of its Master, and it’s used primarily to torture law breakers. Usually, the punishment of a law breaker is dealt out by the Law Makers, but when Azazil gets bored and a little bloodthirsty, he conjures up his good old torture chamber and plays with his victims for days. Eeep.

The Books:

Smokeless Fire Summary:
For the last two years Ari Johnson’s life has been anything but normal, and on her 18th birthday, when her friends surprise her with a gimmick genie claiming to grant wishes, Ari discovers the truth. The tragic and strange occurrences surrounding her 16th birthday were not coincidental and her life is never going to be the same again.

Ari’s real parents are not normal. They are not loving. They are not human.

They are myth.

They are Smokeless Fire.

They are Jinn.

Scorched Skies Summary:
The White King has crossed the line, sounded the horn, sent out the wolves.

When blood is shed and life is lost the reality of Ari’s position as both hunter and prey finally sets in. It seems her father will stop at nothing to force her will to his own and distracted by Charlie’s latest mistake and her seemingly misguided attraction to Jai, Ari never thought to fear anyone else but the Jinn King.

Blindsided and attacked, Ari learns a new wolf has joined the hunt. A dark sorcerer believes he knows a way to bleed the power of the Seal and wield it as his own, and he is even less patient than The White King.

The War for the Seal has only just begun… and it’s time for Ari to turn it on its head.
It’s time for Ari to stop acting like the hunted.

It’s time for Ari to become the hunter.

Borrowed Ember Summary:
Everything in Ari’s life until this point has been borrowed.
Her human life with a man who wasn’t her real father.
A love for a boy who needed more than her to be strong.
Kisses with a Jinn who refused to do anything but lend them out in moments of weakness.
And even her resolve, which seemed to fail her whenever she needed it most.

But Ari is done borrowing. She finally feels strong enough to make hunting Jinn not just a hobby to get her through her dismal situation, but to make hunting a permanent and necessary career. Her friendship with Charlie might finally make it onto real and steady ground if only she can save him from the trial on Mount Qaf. And her love for Jai could be eternal, if only she could gain control over the darkness of the Seal within her.

Ari believes all of this is doable. That finally she will truly own the relationships in her life and to a certain extent have ownership over her future.

But none of that matters when it isn’t up to her…

…For high in the emerald mountains of Mount Qaf, the Sultan Azazil has been keeping secrets.
Even from the Jinn Kings.
Secrets that will change everything… and bring Ari to the crashing realization that once again…

… she’s borrowed something that will never truly belong to her.

Something that is desperate to be unleashed.
Something that could destroy them all.

Darkness, Kindled Summary:
Ari Johnson wishes adjusting to living with her boyfriend was her only source of excitement and anxiety.

She wishes a lot of things.

But then wishing was what got her here in the first place.

Ari chose to be a Guild Hunter. She wanted to stalk dangerous Jinn and destroy them before they could harm innocent people. But now that Ari is a member of The Guild, she finds herself in the impossible position of hunting her ex-best friend – human-turned-dangerous sorcerer, Charlie Creagh. As Ari struggles to come to terms with her duty, an ancient Jinn and his companion want revenge on her for using the command of the Seal against them; the White King refuses to give up on his quest to resurrect Lilif, and Asmodeus isn’t done toying with her.

When Ari can take no more, rushing to the Sultan Azazil’s side to demand of him the favor he owes her, the events she sets in motion will not only alter everyone’s lives, it will kindle a darkness that will shake the realms to their very core.

Buy the Books:

About the Author:

Samantha Young is a 26 year old writer who resides in her home county of Stirlingshire, Scotland. She is a self-proclaimed book addict and Kindle junkie, using fantasy, dystopian, sci-fi and paranormal novels to feed her addiction.

After graduating from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in ancient and medieval history, Samantha returned to her main passion, writing, and often incorporates history and mythology into her novels.

Samantha’s first release, The Tale of Lunarmorte trilogy, was followed by a second series titled Warriors of Ankh. At present, she is a full-time writer working on a number of projects for near future release. She is the author of nine novels and one novella. Her young adult paranormal series are Amazon bestselling novels.

Connect with Samantha:

the Fire Spirits series website, her blog, Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads



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9 Responses to “Fire Spirits Blog Tour: Guest Post and Giveaway”

  1. Donna King

    Sounds good, the interview makes a good read to. Thanks for all the time you spend on all of this.

  2. Amanda Ray

    Having not read any of the books in the series, I would have to agree with Heather and say the torture room- NOT for me!

  3. Nancy L.R

    The scariest place I can think of to being at is Mount Qaf, You won’t know who to trust.

  4. Artemis

    I don’t know the Fire Spirits world yet but from your post the Mount Qaf seems very scary place.
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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