review: 11:15: Making of a Halfling

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by JaraZambrano
 11:15: The Making of a Halfling by Heather Burch New angel, Vine, is working on obtaining his wings, but he’s still got much training to do. In the midst of one training session, they receive a call from Heaven to check out a local rock concert.

There’s something funny going on there.

 Vine and company arrive and can’t see what’s got the head office all in an uproar. Until they stumble on the right niche.

Yep. Someone wants the concert to end with a bang, and it’s up to Vine and company to help save the auditorium full of unsuspecting teenagers. But what can he do? He still hasn’t earned his wings yet—or has he?

Short stories are always a bit of a challenge to review, but I enjoyed this and look forward to reading more. The story is punctuated by delightful comic book panels depicting the events of the story. If you’d like a taste of Heather Burch’s new young adult paranormal romance series by Zondervan, this will give it to you. It’s available for Kindle and Nook, (only in ebook formats, I mean) so you’ll have to hit barnes and noble.com or Amazon for it--or yes, even Ipad.

Did I mention it's free?

Anyway, if paranormal romance is your thing, check 11:15: The Making of A Halfling out. I think you’ll enjoy it. Heather's on Tour right now, this weekend she'll be in Tennessee. Tour dates and places for the next few days are here: http://warmerdaysdarkernights.com/tour/

So, if you're in the area, stop by and see her.

Heather Burch on Facebook .
For an extra treat, here's Heather's Youtube interview with Teen Read Week, from back in March. Enjoy! 


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