February 23, 2013

Harken Blog Tour & Giveaway!

Welcome to another stop of the Harken Blog Tour! I have for you an interview with Kaleb Nation himself, author of Harken, as well as some awesome giveaways! You know you love free stuff.

Anyway, below is a bit of information about Harken, then continue on to take a look at the interview where Kaleb talks about non-spoilery Harken stuff like the lizard people and inspiration.

If you have not read it but would like to, go here to read the first three chapters: HARKEN PREVIEW.

Harken by Kaleb Nation
Released: January 9th, 2013
Series: Harken [Book One]
Buy it: Amazon & Nook or Don't own a Kindle/Nook?
Michael Asher is almost an ordinary California teenager, except for his unexplainable ability to see a glimpse of a person’s thoughts through their eyes. After surviving an assassination attempt, he discovers that he is at the center of a worldwide conspiracy higher than any earthly power. A clandestine organization with authority over world leaders, celebrities, and the wealthy desperately wants him dead. Tumbling into a web of international secrets, Michael is forced to search for the identity of the puppet master and dig up the truth that humanity is not being told.



Check out my fellow bloggers participating in this tour: Harken Tour
Watch the Book Trailer: TRAILER TIME
Author Links: Twitter | YouTube

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed the interview! Now it is time for a giveaway or two? These are INTERNATIONAL so don't forget to enter using the Rafflecopter forms below.


The Daily Prize Pack:
- Signed Giant Poster
- Signed Postcard
- Glow-in-the-dark Wristband
- Glow-in-the-dark Silver Ring

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Grand Prize:
- A Harken-Themed Kindle Paperwhite

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30 comments:

  1. I dont believe in conspiracy theories

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  2. I'm so jealous that you got to interview Kaleb, Cat!! :P Really cool questions! :D

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  3. I also don't know if I believe in them. More research is required!

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  4. don't believe in them

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  5. I don't believe in conspiracy theories, but I don't mind them. They always remind me of Hodgins from Bones ��

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  6. I'm really iffy when it comes to conspiracy theories. Part of me sees the chance in them being true, but another part of me wants to believe there's no way it could be possible.

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  7. I'm glad it's available on the nook now. So excited to start reading it.

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  8. I don't really believe in conspiracy theories, but it's fun to joke about them

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  9. I'm not sure if I really believe in any conspiracies, but I like to listen to what they say. It's so interesting to hear about all of the evidence they find to back themselves up. Who knows? Maybe they are right and we're just too close minded to realize it.

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  10. I don't really believe in conspiracy theories, but I think that the conspiracy theory Kaleb followed was interesting.
    Loved Harken!!

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  11. I have read Harken, I read it the day it came out and finished it that night. It was such a spectacular book – the characters were very intriguing and pulled you into the plot that was just so well thought out. I loved it so much I read it for a second time later on that week and recommended it to some of my friends – literally giving them my kindle and saying “read it, now!”. I’m so proud of Kaleb for how far he has come since first starting this project years ago, and now it is finally available for everyone to enjoy

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  12. My thoughts on conspiracy theories are all contained in a novel I wrote. lol.

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  13. I like to believe them!! I find them fascinating.

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  14. I don't believe in them because I really don't think reptile beings exist. But I'm open to Harken as a work of fiction :D

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  15. Haha I read quite a few books about conspiracy theories but no I don't believe in them. There's too much chaos in the world that can't possibly be planned in my opinion.

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  16. Sounds interesting, I'll give the first chapters a go to see how it reads.

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  17. I dont believe in conspiracy theories

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  18. I don't believe in anything like this, it just sound way to unreal to me :)

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  19. No, I don't believe in them. The book sounds great , thank you for the giveaway!

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  20. After reading Harken and other such books, and watching the Matrix and others like it, conspiracies are fun to read/watch about, but I wouldn't say I believed in them per se.

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  21. I have a lot of thoughts on conspiracy theories...I'm just not comfortable posting them online for the world to see. I can't wait to finally read HARKEN!

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  22. I've read so many books like this, not just conspiracy theories like Harken, but also books like the Across the Universe series, and I'm not exactly a huge believer, however the stories are amazing!

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  23. I dont believe in conspiracy theories

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  24. The idea of conspiracy theories are interesting but don't really believe in any. Can't wait to read this book :)

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  25. I do believe on some conspiracy theories, like the area 51.

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  26. Of course I believe comspiracy when they are good enough! I am all for interesting because well...you never know..

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  27. I do and then I dont believe in them

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