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-- Rhi


S.O.S.: Seeking On Sunday [Launch + GIVEAWAY!]

Seeking On Sunday is a once-a-month meme hosted by RhiReading to bring together readers who are looking for book suggestions. It is open to any blogger on the 2nd Sunday of each month who wishes to post one of the following:

  • an 'If you like this book/series/author, I think you will enjoy this book/series/author because...' suggestion post

  • a post seeking commentors' book suggestions within a certain set of terms

  • a post seeking the name of a book the blogger can recall details about but can't remember the name of

This is for ALL bloggers, not just book bloggers! If you're seeking bread baking books or suggesting board books for babies or having a difficult time finding the name of the romance novel you read the blurb of while standing in line at the grocery store this meme is for you.

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This month I'm seeking...

Years ago I read Catching Midnight by Emma Holly which was okay but not one I would read again. What I did like about it and has stuck with me through the years is that the hero is a falconer and the heroine spends time as a peregrine falcon because she's a shapeshifter of sorts.

It's just kind of an odd and unexpected thing to use as a plot point and now that my husband has finally got his falconry apprenticeship off the ground I was reminded of the book and thought I'd really like to finda few books featuring shapeshifter characters that are raptors (hawks, falcons, owls, etc.) either in romances or anything really. Does anyone have any they can think of? They can be secondary characters even!

If your blog or post contain strong sexual description or steamy photos please add (18+) behind your blog's name in the linky so anyone who does not want to view such can choose whether or not to visit your meme post. Thanks! :)

Now... to celebrate four years of blogging awesomeness and kinda the launch of the meme while I'm at it I'm doing what's—for me—a pretty darned big giveaway! In the meantime enter away! If you have any questions or problems just leave a comment!
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Anonymous said...

This looks pretty interesting, Rhi. :P

I'll have to try it, as soon as I get up more of my pending reviews. I'm in a "be lazy" place right now. xD

Crystal @ RBtWBC said...

The only book that I can think of off the top of my head is Pamela Palmer's Feral Warrior series and the book, Ecstasy Untamed which features a hawk shifter.

Congrats on the new meme! XOXO

Anonymous said...

The only raptor shapeshifter book I know of is The Kiesha’ra series by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. The first book in the series is the only good one to read, but all of them feature raptor shapeshifters. All 5 books are in an omnibus called The Shapeshifters. Though, warning for the last couple of books in this series, it does have a have girl x girl themes. ;)

Rhianna said...

Thanks so much for the recommendations guys! I've been trying to find some for years so any suggestions are worth exploring. Be sure and drop in for the meme again this coming Sunday!


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