Monday, September 28, 2015

In Which I'm On Hiatus

Hey y'all.

I'm on a strict deadline right now, which means I just don't have time to keep up with the blog for the next few weeks.

So I'm on a hiatus until this book is finished.

See you on the flip side.


Monday, September 21, 2015

In Which I Have A Giveaway!

That's right!

Today is the day my goodreads giveaway starts.

If you are interested in possibly winning one of two arcs of ASSASSIN'S HEART then check out my giveaway below!

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Assassin's Heart by Sarah Ahiers

Assassin's Heart

by Sarah Ahiers

Giveaway ends October 12, 2015.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter Giveaway

Giveaways are fun, but my arc stash is limited so this may be one of the last giveaways I personally do (there may be some giveaways in the future on other blogs, and I will let you know if/when those come up)

Sarah, out!

Friday, September 18, 2015

Friday Fun

Here we are! Another Friday, which means we've made it through another week.

Time for a nap!
Just kidding time to start the weekend with some fun!









Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Wednesday Weird: Blockbuster Ghost

It's been awhile since we've had a ghost or haunting video for Wednesday Weird and today I have a good/fun one.

This is a video of a clerk stocking a blockbuster. The video gets progressively better, so keep watching until the end.

(also, remember Blockbusters? Man, clearly there's more than one ghost in this video)

Okay, now that that's out of my system, here's the video

Thoughts or theories?

Monday, September 14, 2015

In Which I Have ASSASSIN'S HEART Updates!

Yay! Time for some ASSASSIN'S HEART updates! (which, doy. That's what the title says)

First, I've been doing some giveaways for arcs. I just wrapped up a twitter giveaway. But, if you missed it, don't fret!

I've scheduled a Goodreads giveaway starting next Monday. I'll provide a link when it's ready, but keep you eyes peeled if you want a chance to win one of two arcs.

Second, I'm so super, super excited to announce that ASSASSIN'S HEART is going to be released in Audio!

I cannot express how stoked I am about this, guys. An audio book! For my book!  ALL THE CONFETTI!

I think I'll listen to it on a car trip. Though I can't decide if that will be really cool, or really weird. Probably a bit about both.

Do you listen to audio books? Do you think it would be cool, or weird to listen to someone else read your own book to you?

Friday, September 11, 2015

Friday Fun


We made it through another week! We should be rewarded, don't you think?

a reward we can eat?

Yes! Time for some Friday Fun!









Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Wednesday Weird: Dead Man's Chair

Today we have another cursed item. Specifically a chair.

In 1702, Thomas Busby was convicted of murdering his father-in-law in North Yorkshire and sentenced to death by hanging. After he was hanged his body was dipped in pitch and strung up in a gibbet.
Before he died, though, he cursed to death anyone who sat in his chair at the next door inn/pub.

The chair remained in the pub for centuries, and guests would often dare one another to sit in the cursed seat. During World War II, airmen from a nearby base frequented the pub, and locals noticed that the soldiers who sat in the chair would never return from war.

The pub owner changed the name to Busby's Stoop, since a cursed chair was good publicity.


They even had a fake noose hanging outside next to the pub.

In 1967, two Royal Air Force pilots sat in the chair, only to crash their truck into a tree just after they left. In 1970, a mason sat down in the chair and died that same afternoon by falling into a hole at his job site. A year later, a roofer who sat in it died after the roof he was working on collapsed. When the pub's cleaning lady tripped and fell into the chair, she died shortly afterwards from a brain tumor. 

Finally the pub owner moved the chair into the basement. Unfortunately, even in storage the chair claimed another victim. After a delivery man took a quick rest while unloading packages in the store room, he was killed in a car accident that same day. 

The chair is attributed to 63 deaths and eventually, the pub owner donated the chair to the local museum in 1972. The museum displays the chair by hanging on the wall so that no one can sit in it by mistake again. 

Thoughts or theories?
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