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A New Release

It finally happened! A Sea of Purple Ink releases today. Yes, today. I am so happy. The journey has been tough, but joy comes in the morning, and here is the gorgeous brilliance of my story all grown up and paperbound.

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000031_00002]You can order it on Amazon either as a printed paperback, or in Kindle e-book format.

The upside with buying a paperback version is that you get the e-book for free! It always bothered me that music and movies automatically gave you a digital copy while books didn’t, so when I discovered Amazon offered Matchbook options, I hit the “yes” button with a resounding huzzah. Plus, the paperback has a gorgeous cover.

I’m also running a giveaway promotion for this book over on GoodReads until the end of June. You can access it here, and enter to win one of three copies by simply clicking the “enter the giveaway” button.

So, read it, review it, tell me what you think. I’ll be answering questions about the book here on my blog, or on GoodReads, or via Twitter from now until the end of the month, so bring out your comments and thoughts! And yes, if you want you can ask me about my other stories or random off-the-wall things that might only make sense to you. It’s all good.

Cover Reveal: A Sea of Purple Ink

And now, at long last, here is the cover for my latest novel. (Scheduled for publication in paperback and ebook late this Spring.)

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“Reese Davis has been on the run for years. Her crimes include being born with a supernaturally quick mind, and doing everything within her power to protect the other outlaws from the paranoid king.

Every day is a fight to survive as Reese leads her small gang in a calculated game against the secret police, who are obsessed with finding and arresting anyone with special abilities. Her mission is to locate others with abilities, sneak them out from under the police’s noses, and spirit them away to safety. But dodging the police is difficult work even for a mastermind, and when a rescue turns into disaster, Reese stumbles upon evidence of a frightening conspiracy and learns that the king is no longer her worst enemy. In fact, he doesn’t seem to remember who he is.

Faced with what could be an elaborate trap, or worse, Reese must help the man who made her an outlaw survive the havoc he created, or risk the creation of an even more ruthless regime.”

Cover art created by Isabel Westling.

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