Eight Days of Easter Eggs

Calling all Pohler Bears and Pohlerphiles! Join me Easter week in the Pohler Bear Lounge on Facebook for some egg-citing fun!


We had so much fun with the New Year's and Valentine's giveaways, that I couldn't resist another opportunity to celebrate. Here's a sneak peek at what you can win.


The first prize is the original Underworld Saga in paperback. Back then, it was called The Gatekeeper's Saga. Seven books completed the series (now it's nine, not including the prequel and a couple of standalones).


Here is a featured review on Apple Books:

cprano, 05/31/2015

The PERFECT way to initiate yourself into the world of Greek Mythology!

Eva Pohler is an amazing author and this set is the PERFECT way to initiate yourself into the world of Greek Mythology! This is the saga all about Therese and how she met the gods, fell in love with one....then works to become of herself! I LOVE IT!!! Every page will reveal more and more attention to detail that she has incorporated into the story. I loved reading each and every book in the set, and found myself starved more more as I got to the end. I believe I read the entire series by reading one book a day! This is a YA friendly book and I suggest it for ages 12+. Everything is tastefully handled and there is no reason for readers of ALL ages to start today!


And here's a featured review on Kobo:

This was wonderful! The love and tragedy of the Greek Gods and humans were so on point to the historical narratives, but done in such a gripping way

by Zoe on July 18, 2018


My moon tree t-shirt is a fan favorite!


My most recent release, A Holiday Haunting at the Biltmore, is quickly becoming one of my bestsellers. Here's what one reviewer had to say on Amazon:

Oneladygator

5.0 out of 5 stars Yet another fabulous book. 🥰

Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2022

Verified Purchase

What can I say……another fun, mystery story with crazy lovable gals. Gosh I sure wish I could be part of their circle. Once you read the first book your hooked, but who cares love everyone of them.


And one more on Amazon:

Rhonda Jones

5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating

Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2022

Verified Purchase

Besides loving the ghostly mysteries in this series, they also are loosely based on factual historical events. In this book, one of the ghosts the team tries to help is the ghost of Zelda Fitzgerald. I was so intrigued with what the ghost had to say, I googled it to see what was fact and what was fiction. I had this picture in my head of Zelda being the prime party girl. But in fact, her life was tragic.


And who needs another book tote? I could never have too many!


Thanatos was the first book I wrote and published, and, in my opinion, it's not my best work because I was still learning how to properly pace a story. There are a few places that drag a little. However, whenever I poll my readers about which of my now 35 titles is their favorite, this one is always number one. They include comments explaining that it was the book that first introduced them to my world of Greek mythology. Many of them claim to have read this book multiple times, such as this reader in her review on Google Play:


Annette N. Dutson December 3, 2019

Great Read This is my third or fourth time reading this series and I still find it just as captivating (if not more so) than the first time I read it!!!!!


I thought this review was really cute:

Tayra Yusuf April 18, 2020

I love this book it made me read more than watch TV it made me to start loving books and made me to love reading. It fascinating to read but I wish it was free to read the rest of the other Underworld Saga's books.


As was this one:

Tara Casier December 22, 2015

This was fun. An enjoyable story about some interesting characters. I think this death character is my favourite one that I have come across. However, Terry Prachett's Mort comes in at a close second. ;) Lol


This review on Google Play of Vampire Addiction is one of my favorites:

Mary Marchman December 26, 2017

I'm in love, this is the first book I've read in years.


I like this one too:

Addie C December 26, 2019

I LOVED this book! I literally read it in 2 days which I haven't done since I read Percy Jackson. I'm completely hooked and I would have to say that I'm a Pohler Bear. I love how Eva brought the Greek mythology into the Vampire theme. I cant wait to read the next books.


Here's one more that I love:

Amanda Horton April 26, 2020

Absolutely Exhilarating! Keeps u glued to the pages, one after the other. Loved every word! Jumping out of my seat in anticipation of reading the next installment!


Who needs an Easter basket when you can use a book tote!


While signing at a comic con recently, I sold this book to an actual member of the Blackfeet tribe. I wish I would have thought to take a photo!


Here's a wonderful review I found on Barnes and Noble:

☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆5 out of 5 stars.· a year ago The Search For Rabbit...

In yet another wonderfully enjoyable blend of fact and fiction, Eva Pohler offers her readers one more chance to tag along with Ellen, Sue, and Tanya on an intriguing paranormal adventure. This time they are off to Montana to look at a haunted property as a potential vacation home. Each of our ladies is coping with some type of recent loss but they soon set aside their personal issues when confronted with the need to locate the bodies of Rabbit (an indigenous American who was taken from his parents and forced to attend a school which labored to strip him of his native culture) and a young nun who taught at that school. All the stories in this series offer fascinating glimpses into history and really portray the human side of events that are often “sanitized” by public school systems. Compelling historical events, captivating characters, a bit of adventure, a hint of clean romance, and fun forays into the paranormal have made this one of my favorite series. I chose to read along as I listened to the audiobook version of this tale. I must comment on how the narrator, Debbie Andreen, provides the perfect listening experience for her audience. As with the previous stories in this series, she deftly endows each character with a unique sound through changes in pitch, cadence or accent to help the listener keep everyone straight. Her delivery of the narrative is spot on in terms of pace, emotion, and atmosphere. She is a delight to listen to and I appreciate her contribution to this wonderful book. I highly recommend this book and this entire series.


So, that's the line up for Easter week and Eight Days of Easter Eggs. I hope you'll join me in the Pohler Bear Lounge for some great fun and an egg-citing time!