A New Year and a New Book

cover6It’s early here, much earlier than I wanted to be up. But it’s release day and that means any chance I had of sleeping disappeared hours ago. Yes, I’m that writer. I turn insecure and scared on days like today. It didn’t help that Amazon has yet to email that the book went live. Oh, I checked the website to be sure and it is live. . . and I give you Fire Striker.

Fire Striker is the first in a new series, Tearing the Veil. It is different in a number of ways from what I’ve written before. For one, I’ve already written the second book. For another, it is limited in that it will be only three books long. There’s more, but I’ll let you guys read it and see what you think.

Here’s the blurb:

Some say monsters aren’t real. Others say the only monsters are those people who aren’t fully human: the witches and shapeshifters, elves and dwarves, and all the others who one day stepped out of the realm of fairy tales and into “real life”. Morgan Walsh knows the truth. Monsters come in all shapes and sizes, and some of the worst are human.

She didn’t start out life as Morgan Walsh. Once upon a time, her name was Adriana Grace Hansen. Everything, including her name, changed the day she turned thirteen. That day she learned several lessons she’d never forget. The first was that monsters were real. The second was that her parents were two of the worst “monsters” alive. The third was that those you trust the most can and will turn on you.

Morgan’s parents betrayed her because she wasn’t “human”. Now she’s back with one goal in mind: vengeance.

Never, ever conspire against a Fire Elemental, especially one with other “talents” as well. When you do, you’d best be prepared to get burned.

Fire Striker is available from all major online retailers and the print version will be available shortly.

And don’t forget that Dave Freer has a new book, Cloud-Castles, out as well.

Until later–and I may be back with a new post after coffee kicks in and my brain stops doing its scared little child imitation and lets me think.

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