Audiobook Release + Giveaway: Blood and Mistletoe by E.J. Stevens

Posted by on Jun 12, 2015 in Giveaways | 17 comments

We’re celebrating the audiobook release of BLOOD AND MISTLETOE with a fabulous giveaway.

Just in time for Audiobook Month!


Audiobook Release Blood and Mistletoe by E.J. Stevens urban fantasy Ivy Granger series

Blood and Mistletoe (Ivy Granger #1.5) by E.J. Stevens, narrated by Melanie A. Mason and David-Wilson Brown.

Holidays are worse than a full moon for making people crazy. In Harborsmouth, where many of the residents are bloodsucking vampires or monstrous fae, the combination may prove deadly.

Ivy Granger, psychic private investigator, returns to the streets of Harborsmouth in this addition to the bestselling urban fantasy series.

Holidays are Hell, a point driven home when a certain demon attorney returns with information regarding a series of bloody murders. Five Harborsmouth residents have been killed and every victim has one thing in common—they are fae. Whoever is killing faeries must be stopped, but they only leave one clue behind—a piece of mistletoe floating in a pool of the victim’s blood.

The holidays just got interesting. Too bad this case may drive Ivy mad before the New Year. Heck, she’ll be lucky to survive Christmas.

Genre:  Paranormal, Urban Fantasy

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Now available in audiobook at Audible, Amazon, and iTunes!

About the Ivy Granger Series

The Ivy Granger series is an urban fantasy series written by E.J. Stevens. The series is told in the first-person point-of-view of Ivy Granger, a psychic detective with ties to the paranormal underworld of Harborsmouth—ties that ensnare Ivy and her friend Jinx in the Machiavellian schemes of the city’s teeming population of bloodsucking vampires and psychotic faeries.

About the Author
E.J. Stevens author of the Ivy Granger urban fantasy series.

E.J. Stevens is the author of the SPIRIT GUIDE young adult paranormal romance series, the HUNTERS’ GUILD urban fantasy series, and the award-winning IVY GRANGER urban fantasy series. She is known for filling pages with quirky characters, bloodsucking vampires, psychotic faeries, and snarky, kick-butt heroines.

When E.J. isn’t at her writing desk, she enjoys dancing along seaside cliffs, singing in graveyards, and sleeping in faerie circles. E.J. currently resides in a magical forest on the coast of Maine where she finds daily inspiration for her writing.


About the Narrators
Melanie Mason voice actress narrator Blood and Mistletoe

Melanie A. Mason:  There has never been a moment when Melanie Mason wasn’t interested in
telling a story, either one of hers or someone else’s. She is an accomplished Actor, Director, Audiobook Narrator and Voice-Over Artist. Her voice work includes Web Spokesperson, anime, commercial and film.

She holds a BFA in Theatre Performance and an MS in Information Science, with a focus on Storytelling. She has been a University faculty member for over a decade teaching Communication Studies and Broadcast Communication.


David Wilson Brown voice actor narrator Blood and Mistletoe

David Wilson-Brown:  Actor, director, and audiobook narrator David Wilson-Brown has been a storyteller since he can remember.  His numerous credits range from stage, to film, to voice-over work for numerous anime and live action projects.  He received his B.F.A. in performance and his M.F.A. in acting.


Blood and Mistletoe Audiobook Giveaway

We are giving away a BLOOD AND MISTLETOE audiobook download, signed postcard, and button to one lucky winner!

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Happy Audiobook Month!
Melanie Simmons
I’m Melanie and I live in Ohio. I have two horses and a dog. I’m an animal lover, avid book reader and audiobook listener. I like to live vicariously through fictional characters. I enjoy reading and listening to mostly fictional books in the paranormal genre, including Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance and Horror. My favorite paranormal creatures are shifters, doesn’t matter the flavor.


  1. I love listening anywhere and everywhere! I always have one headphone in my ear!

  2. Have you read the series? The cover art and blurb looks and sounds good. What series can you compare it with?

    • I just finished book one on audio yesterday. It is what you would expect from a UF with crime fighting. The MC is a PI with supernatural powers. The number of different kinds of fae was a little overwhelming at first, but I was completely drawn into the story. If I had to compare to other series (very loosely), I would say The Hollows or early Anita Blake. The MC has a different kind of strength that those two women. There is almost no romance in the first book.

  3. Sounds interesting! I think I’ll have to read this one 😀 Thanks!!

    PS: Favorite place to listen to an audiobook is in the car

    • I just finished book one and enjoyed. I’ll have to work to get the review up.

      My favorite place to listen is anywhere!! LOL

  4. My favorite is while walking/running our local bridge (Max Brewer Intercoastal Waterway)!

    • I find that I’m able to get extra steps in when I have a good book in my earbuds.

      • That’s so true! I used to listen to music – and I had some wonderful motivating sound tracks… but I’ve found that a good book is even better. I lose myself in the book and don’t even realize that I’m pushing myself.

  5. I listen while on the treadmill, listening to great books keeps me motivated to work out

    • Agreed. I’m always willing to workout longer because I’m wanting to know what happens next in the book, so I keep moving while I wait to know what happens next. 🙂

  6. Anywhere I can fit in an audio it’s my favorite place…lol. I like to listen while walking or working in my garden (makes that task of pulling weeds much more

    • I agree. The correct answer to this question is “anywhere”. LOL

  7. Sounds interesting! Thank you for the giveaway! I adore audiobooks!!!

  8. Is the skeleton on the cover copping a feel? lol. Hmm my favorite place to read is anywhere I want to ignore other people. So pretty much everywhere. 😉

    • It does look like it doesn’t it. I haven’t listened to this book yet, so I don’t know the significance of the skeleton. I listened to book one and didn’t get a hint there.

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