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Monday, September 17, 2012

Book launch: Blood Witch, by Thea Atkinson

My friend and fellow writer, Thea Atkinson, is releasing her latest book, The Blood Witch, today.  Thea is a wonderfully inventive writer -- if you've never read any of her books, you should start today!

Here's a little about her newest creation, from the author herself:

It's Alive!
I feel like Dr. Frankenstein on the night the lightning struck his creation and gave it life. Why is this, you might ask?
Blood Witch is live! So far, it's showing on Amazon and Kobo and will soon be up at BN, Sony, and Itunes! Over the last few months, I've pieced together as much information as I can for the series into this second book without giving away too much. Book three is already sizzling like a hotdog on a roasting stick. (OK, so the analogy sucks, but I think it's fun because I just came home from a wonderful camping trip in the backwoods.)
If you've been waiting for it, the wait it over. If you've not read the first book in the series: Water Witch, then what are you waiting for? It's FREE on Amazon Sept 17, 2012, (regularly priced at $2.99) There's also a prequel story that comes free as often as I can make it, but it's typically 99 cents. Seeds of the Soul, so if you're reading this post after Sept 17 and aren't sure you want to try me on for 2.99, why not grab the cheapie short story?
Anywho, I'd love to hear from you as you read book 2. Please feel free to comment or leave a review. In fact, the more reviews I can get, the happier Amazon seems to be and starts to treat me less like a captive in the depths of their jungle. Reviews are good m'k?
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Thea Atkinson writes character driven fiction to the left of mainstream; call it what you will: she prefers to describe her work as psychological dramas with a distinct literary flavour. Her characters often find themselves in the darker edges of their own spirits but manage to find the light they seek.

She has been an editor, a freelancer, and a teacher, but fiction is her passion. She now blogs and writes and twitters. Not necessarily in that order.

Please visit her Thea's blog for ramblings, guest posts, giveaways, and more,
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