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Introducing Time Walker

November 8, 2012

My young adult fantasy novel, Time Walker, is out to the beta readers, and I’m gearing up to publish it as an ebook and paperback on December 7, 2012. Time Walker is set ten years after the events of Spirit Binder, but it’s not necessary to have read Spirit Binder before you read Time Walker (though I, of course, recommend it – ha!)

Once again, the brilliant and ever so talented Irene Langholm worked her magic and came up with this gorgeous cover. I know I say this every time, but this one might be my favourite. It’s just so full of magic.

 

Synopsis: Beth was sneaky. No lock could hold her. No cage could confine her. No door could bar her way. But, when your adoptive mother is a Spirit Binder, and all your siblings are elementals, being sneaky doesn’t really rank. That is until the devastation of a city draws her omniscient mother’s attention, and her siblings go missing one by one, then Beth’s sneakiness is the only thing standing between her, her loved ones, and the worst enemy she’ll ever face: herself.

Just for fun A Book Vacation is running a countdown to publication over on her blog until December 7, 2012, so, if you want to win the paperback, enter over there!

I will be running a .99c promo with Spirit Binder for the week before and week after Time Walker’s publication … a little pre-Christmas present for anyone who hasn’t read it yet, and wants to read it ahead of time.

**ARC is now available for book bloggers**

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