The other day, the lovely Shonda Brock, author of Eternal Traces, tagged me in the Meet My Main Character blog tour. But it wasn’t just me that got bitten so you should check out the other authors on Shonda’s post!
Here are the rules:
The taggee must write a post answering the same seven questions about their MC (main character). Then the taggee becomes the tagger and chooses five other authors. It’s sort of like a chain letter with all the potential to become a global virus.
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As Doc Brown would say, “Great Scott!”
My lovely, dark lady, Cadence Laurence, has had the first instalment of her tormented, dystopian future released today in ebook form (Kindle, Nook, online read, however you want it). Breaking Cadence is a love story, a rescuer’s tale and the account of a daring escape that pulls together zombies, giant spiders and the decomposed values of a society struggling to exist on their predecessors’ leftovers.
Already available on Smashwords (for any eReader device [Nook, Kindle, Kobo, etc], as a PC read, an online read & a mobile device in the following forms: ePub, Mobi (Kindle), PDF, RTF, LRF, PDB, Read Online) and on Amazon (Kindle & other devices), I will be updating its book page as the links filter to B&N and iTunes (iBooks).
And now for an excerpt….
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This crossed my twitter dashboard this morning: Kobo Cull Self-Published Titles In Knee-jerk Response To Tabloid Clickbait.
Obviously I ran (or clicked… whatever…) over to WHSmith, Kobobooks US & Kobobooks UK to see if this had affected Desecrated Bonds in anyway. Sadly, it has. I’m unsure as to why, though.
Those of you that have read Desecrated Bonds will know that it is pure horror and nothing to do with any of the more disturbing topics that were highlighted as on sale.
My protagonist doesn’t have undue fantasies about her father, there’s no rape and there’s no incest. There are, however, instances of murder, bloody crime scenes and the ghostly paranormal.
And, to be honest, I can’t see why any of these would cause the book to be suddenly ‘unavailable’ on their ebook shelves.
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Disregard & Rebellion
I lay on one of the great grey banks of sand. Wasteland stretched out before me in a milky haze of monochrome. Free breath washed over my face, a light wind void of stale exhale and sweat.
It was the first time I’d ventured free of the town since it happened.
Sand dusted my skin and scratches tickled by the wind. My flesh was worn down, destroyed, torn loose of daring delusions. I imagined his hand on my arm but it was as good as the touch of a ghost, incidental and ethereal.
Thoughts of him no longer soothe me. He is the reason for my pain.
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