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Saturday, August 20, 2011

FF–Giveaway: Wolf Tales 12 by Kate Douglas

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Kate’s schedule was too busy to write a fable for us, but she still wanted to offer a copy of her latest release to one lucky reader!

This is the one fans will not want to miss. The explosive 12th and final volume in the long-running and phenomenally successful Wolf Tales series!

Five years have passed since the Chanku managed to halt an attempt on the president's life. All is well, the packs are thriving, their numbers increasing, but something has Anton concerned. Some sense of danger he can't identify.

And then Lily, beautiful, brilliant, magical Lily, disappears, lost on the astral plane. In this final, searing episode, questions will be answered, a past no one expected is revealed, and the future of the Chanku is altered forever.

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Interested in winning this book?

  • This giveaway is open INTERNATIONALY (Thanks Kate ^^)

  • You must be 18 or over to enter

  • To enter, just leave a comment letting us know how you feel when a series ends

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Ends September 7th, 2011.

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More books by Kate Douglas

Wolf Tales I Wolf Tales II Wolf Tales III Wolf Tales IV Wolf Tales V Wolf Tales VI Wolf Tales VII Wolf Tales VIII Wolf Tales 9 Wolf Tales 10 Wolf Tales 11

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  1. If it's a series that I LOVED I'm a bit sad. I often hope that the author will revisit the series later on with the secondary or younger characters.

    vsloboda(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. On one hand I am sad that it's over (then again I can always re-read the whole series) and on the other hand it's sometimes a relief, because some authors will go on and on even though they've told everything that there is and sequels get worse in quality. I rather have a series that comes to an end with book five and all five are awesome, then to have 15 of which 10 are below average or downright bad.

    danaan at gmx dot at

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  3. I'm almost always sad when a series ends, even though I am glad to finally see the conclusion and see how everything ties together, but that's always bittersweet when I remember that this is the final book and I won't be getting to hear more stories about these characters (at least in most cases).

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  4. I sometimes hate to see a series end. there always seems like there could be more told about the characters. But if the series is going to go on in other ways like a new series spin off from the characters children...then I can handle that.

    miztik_rose@yahoo.com

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  5. It depends on the series, but really I hate to see a favorite read end. I feel there could have been more stories and adventures. I enjoy spin off, because you get more of the same characters you loved. Sometimes it's obvious a series is to end, after so many stories and it seemed to lack the potential the first many did. Either way, I mostly hate to see a good series end.

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  6. Its always sad for me when a series I love ends. All good things must come to an end though right? Guess I just have to enjoy re-reading! (and I do oh so much)

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  7. When a series ends that i love I'm sad to see it go but I trust the author knows best whats right for her characters.plus there's always hope the authors will revisit the characters in anthologies.
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  9. I is both sad and joyous to me when a series ends. I am sad to see the characters go but at the same time it is nice to have a conclusion and all the questions answered. I like to go back and re-read so I can always re-visit.

    rachaelmccully@yahoo.com

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  10. It is alway sad when a series ends however I would rather it end on a solid high end then drag out and go downhill!

    mmafsmith at gmail dot com

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  11. http://twitter.com/#!/Maria_Smith_76/status/104974134882222080

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  12. If it's a series that I've loved all along, then I'm sad and feel like a family member's missing. That comfort factor is gone. If it's a series that's lost steam, then I'm relieved to finally be able to break away since I have a hard time parting with a series even when it becomes boring since I still want to see the conclusion.

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  13. My tweet.... http://twitter.com/#!/jone402/status/104990173858775040

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  14. If a series is ending and I like the series, kind of make me sad.. happens with Vampire Academy when I know there was only 6 books. And there's usually some characters that's left in the air and the readers don't know what happened to them.
    tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/ariannecruz07/status/104994983727206400

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  15. I feel really bummed, especially if it was a good series. As long as the series ended on a good note and all was wrapped up, I can get over it. I think the ones that are 6 books plus are the hardest to see end. You read them forever and then that's it.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  17. I generally go through a period of mourning when a series ends. My brain just won't stop thinking about the characters or the end. When you've invested so much time into the characters they feel like friends and family. When you can't pick up that next book to visit your friends it's definitely sad.

    mljfoland AT hotmail DOT com

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  18. +1 Tweet http://twitter.com/#!/Rogue237/status/105039760455778304

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  19. If it's a really good series, I feel kind of sad. Almost like I lost a friend.

    Lizzi0915 at aol dot com

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  20. I usually feel really satisfied when a series ends. It feels good too see it through too the end. But then there are those series you never want to see end, for me that's any series by Charlaine Harris, I miss all her heroines that are gone :'(.

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  21. I'm always sad to see a series end, especially if it's a strong series that gets better with each book. However, everything has an end and some of the more popular and never ending series seem to not be as enjoyable and get repetitive. I'd rather say goodbye and have excellent books to reread than to start to dislike or stop reading a series. Thanks for such an awesome giveaway!

    efender1@gmail.com

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  22. If it's a series I absolutely love, I feel the loss. I usually re-immerse myself from the beginning to take away the sting.

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  23. When a series ends, I usually feel bittersweet especially if the ending is good and satisfying. If the ending doesn't answer most of the questions I have, I would feel frustrated and angry.

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  24. I guess you can say that my feelings about a series' end depends on how the author ends the series. For instance, although I'm sad that the Vampire Academy series is finished, I was satisfied with the way that Richelle Mead ended it so I can deal. When a series ends and things aren't resolved in a satisfying way it really ticks me off.

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  26. Thanks for this great giveaway :) I would love to win a copy of this book. <3 Hmm, well, I do feel sad when a series I love comes to an end. But if it is a good ending, it makes me happy too :)

    Love, Carina ~ carina-olsen@hotmail.com

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  27. It's like being told a good friend has passed away. Never to see or hear from them again is devastating! And I've had soo many friends disappear from my life this year. No more! I say!

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  29. When a series ends, it's like losing a friend! There is a sense of loss when you've been so wrapped up in their world for so long. I know I am reading a number of series now that I would be just devastated if they ended! I'd have to move on and find another series to enjoy just as much!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. +1 for tweeting:

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  31. I always feel disappointed when a series ends. Especially the Twilight series. I feel I am a part of that story and I love it. Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

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  32. it is sad to see a series ends-- it feels like saying goodbye to a friend that is moving away
    audie@wickerness.com

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  33. Usually I feel sad, because I can read them once and again. But I prefer a good end than a neverending story.

    Thanks for the international chance!

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  34. I love a great series, so it's always a bit sad when it ends. When wrapped up well, that sense of closure can be very satisfying, and I can always re-read a favorite when I need to return to that world for a bit.

    BTW, great job on the trailer.

    cathy m
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  35. Ending of a series is bittersweet. Usually, I love the way the author wraps things up but when I love the characters/world I don't want to see it end.

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  36. I always have mixed feelings when a series ends. Sometimes it is just time, as the series isn't going anywhere, characters are growing etc. But if a series goes out on a high, I generally satisfied.

    Jen
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  37. I'm always sad when a really good series ends but happy at the same time that the characters got their happy ending.

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  38. for me it just depends on the series.

    Terri

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  39. I hate when a series ends!! If the series is good I could read forever!! When it has to end I just hope they end well and all loose ends are tied up!

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  40. I have mixed emotions at the end of a series. If I have followed it from book one and has a satisfying ending, I am fine. If it just stops in the middle of nowhere it really annoys me:) There have been times when I have read the final book in a series and not realized it and after enjoying the book will go back and start at book one - that is a fun treasure hunt - I love the ride and learning how everyone ended up where they did. Thank you for the fun today and for the lovely giveaway opportunity.

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  41. A series ending is a very sad moment. I am always exited to get all the lingering questions answered but the sadness of not reading about these characters again over shaddows the exitement. I am always hoping the author will write "just one more book" or even a novella will do :)

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  43. The end of the series is always a bad thing for me. When you love it so much, it's like leaving a part of you behind. You can reread as much as you want, but it's never quite the same as the thrill of getting that next instalment and reading it for the first time. Happy endings rule, but ending a series sucks.

    Annie
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  44. i hate it when a series ends no more waiting for the next book and finding out what else is going to happen living in the fictional world

    jenny

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  45. It makes me sad to see a series end. These are characters I care about and whose world I like visiting. At the same time I look forward to the meeting new characters and hope in the future old characters will visit.

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  47. (I deleted my first attempt because it was full of typos! Sorry...)

    Love reading everyone's comments. Do you mind if I tell you what it's like from an author's point of view? It's painful--like a death in the family. I have grown so emotionally attached to all the Chanku characters that writing the final book was almost physically painful. And when it was over, I felt really good in the way it ended, but I went into a very deep depression that lasted for months. It was hard to write and even harder to stop thinking about the characters.

    I still hear from Anton on occasion--he'll pop in and start chatting in my head and it's like an old friend has come to visit.

    It does appear that I'm going to be able to write the second generation stories, though. The series, at this point, is called Spirit Wild and the first book will be Lily's story: To Love a Dark Wolf. No idea when it will come out, but at least it appears I'm going to get to write it, and that's good news.

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  48. The end of a series is always sad to see. But if an author ties up all the loose ends I'm fine with that. It's the cliff hanger that makes me go "GRRR"! A good author can always start a new story. It doesn't always have to tie together. A stand alone story will be read too :)

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  49. The end of a series is always sad to see. But if an author ties up all the loose ends I'm fine with that. It's the cliff hanger that makes me go "GRRR"! A good author can always start a new story. It doesn't always have to tie together. A stand alone story will be read too :)

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  50. I am torn when a series ends, but even more sad if they try to drag it out for profit only. Kate has done a wonderful job with this series and I will be sad to see them end! I love many of her other series so I'm sure I'll love the new one, too!

    Regina

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  51. I Hate when a Series ends I love Series the longer the better but if I get to missing them I just reread them .there like family to me I keep my Books am running out of room but Can't get rid of Family.did get a Kindle will start to have to get some of my series on it.
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  52. I Shared this on Twitter and here is the link http://twitter.com/#!/sasluvbooks/status/105861834858446849

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  53. When a series ends and I like it I get sad.. I love to read and series books are my favorite as I like the continuous story line... Wolf Tales along with the Anita Blake series are my absolute favorite ones that I have read where there is more than 4 books but Joey Hill is getting up there as well :)
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  54. That's very interesting Kate, thanks for sharing! I really hope we'll get to see this new project =) <3

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  55. If it's a series I like, I'm usually sad because it can never be wrapped up enough for me. I was sad that Keri Arthur ended her Riley Jensen series even though Riley pops up as a secondary character in her new series.

    I was happy when Tamar Myers ended her Magdalena Yoder series, I have no idea why I continued to read it after book 3 or 4 (never bought them, thank you library). The characters were so unlikeable.

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  56. I'm always sad to see a good series end. I will have got to know all the characters and followed them through the books. It makes it better if there are no loose threads and everybody is doing ok with most having their HEA's.
    I re-read them after a while as well!
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  57. I have to say I am incredibly sad when a series ends. I am a series junkie and when I find one or 100 that capture me I just want them to continue forever.

    vampiremistress2010(at)gmail(dot)com

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  58. Usually bittersweet because I know what happens to all my fav characters and yet sad because there won't be anymore stories about them.

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  59. Like many others, I feel bummed when a series that I'm reading comes to an end. But at the same time, I totally understand that there needs to be an ending in sight, otherwise the series risk getting too dragged out.

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  60. It really is bittersweet when a series ends. A few times it seems like the author is dragging out the series, so I like it when the series has been mapped out properly to the point where there is a logical end to the story. Plus you get to find out what happened to all those loose threads the author has weaved into the plot.

    But if it's a series I've been slobbering over since book 1? Yeah, it's kind of sad to see it end. I can only hope that the author is kind enough to give us poor readers a spin off series. My current example is Jeaniene Frost's Night Huntress series. She's given us spin-off stand alone books and a spin-off series.

    brittanynoelle at gmail dot com

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  61. It's sad, but if a writer does it the right way it can be satisfying.

    Good reading ~ Escape by Fiction

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  62. Most of the time I'm sad when a series is ending, because it's quite hard to let the characters go... but if the author has made everything right I also feel satisfied when the characters have finally found their way and destiny.

    booksforalleternity at gmail dot com

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  63. It is difficult to see a beloved series end. That said, it can be a wonderful and emotionally satisfying read depending on how the author handles things.

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  64. I find series ends to be bittersweet. If they are handled well and leave a sense of finale to them they aren't that bad but I don't really enjoy it when they end and I'm still wondering "what if". :(

    I get attached to characters so any series that ends usually leaves me feeling a tiny bit sad.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    thecozyreader @ gmail.com

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  65. I have to say I'm always sad when a series I loved ends... it feels like part of your family moving away. I do love when authors do spin offs that are in the same universe in some way or are gracious enough to do snipits now and again :).

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  67. When I love a series it always saddens me when it comes to an end and I know I won't be able to see more of the characters, it feels as if I'm losing some friends :-(

    Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  68. I'm going to be away all day today (taking my 90 year old mom in for a doctor's appt. and it's a three hour drive to her house) but be sure and let me know who the winner is. I've been reading comments but not leaving them--working on a NEW series and that's taking all my time.

    Good luck!

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