Wednesday, March 5, 2014

4.5 stars for Shadow of a Man from Ind'Tale Magazine!

Yay! Happy dance! C'mon, wiggle your butt and shake your arms. You can do it, and the happy dance feels good!

Why we're dancing? Well, Ind'Tale Magazine were kind enough to give my novella Shadow of a Man 4.5 stars out of five possible.

They say, “A Shadow of a Man” bears an intriguingly original plot line that leaves one starving for the next chapter... and the next!"

This thrills me, because I think it's the best book I've written to date. Having other people like it too is just awesome.

You can read the entire review here.

There might be a place Theresa fears more than Borealis, but she can’t think of one. The old and decrepit station houses all sorts of cruelty, and to make it better, this is where her husband Dominic was imprisoned, drugged, and tortured. He returned a mere shadow of his old self, scarred by abuse and Uudon withdrawal.

Borealis is the last place Theresa wants to go, and the only one she can’t escape. Dominic’s apparent madness does nothing to alleviate her fears. Her once sweet husband has turned into a womanizing monster, and will destroy anyone who gets in his way.

Geo, her faithful and all too handsome bodyguard, appears to be the only one on her side. He once helped rescue Dominic, and pays for the insurrection with a lifetime on the run. This might be a situation not even he can handle, and Theresa fears none of them will make it out alive.

Check out my book trailer for Shadow of a Man!

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