On a related note, I'm doing a Q&A over at Charity's Writing Journey, so pop by and say hello. More guest posts and interviews coming up as well, and I'll keep you posted on those.
So, what's the book about? Kinda like this...
War has come.
Nya’s the one who brought it. And the people love her for it.
With Baseer in shambles and Geveg now an impenetrable military stronghold, Nya and the Underground have fled to a safer location—without Tali. Nya is guilt-ridden over leaving her sister behind and vows to find her, but with the rebellion in full swing and refugees flooding the Three Territories, she fears she never will.
The Duke, desperate to reclaim the throne as his own, has rallied his powerful army. And they are on the move, destroying anyone who gets in the way.
To save her sister, her family, and her people, Nya needs to stay ahead of the Duke’s army and find a way to build one of her own. Past hurts must be healed, past wrongs must be righted, and Nya must decide: Is she merely a pawn in the rebellion, a symbol of hope—or is she ready to be a hero?
|If you'll forgive me for some shameless self-promo|
Praise for Darkfall:
"A conflicted, complex heroine to the end, Nya anguishes over the potential pain and death she will trigger to preserve what she loves...the finale offers suspense, resolution of prior wrongs, the sweetness of first love and a battle-tested heroine who fights with her head and heart."—Kirkus
Book Signing and Launch Event!WHEN: October 8, 2011
TIME: 1pm to 3pm
WHERE: Barnes & Noble
The Avenue Forsyth
Building 200 Suite 252
410 Peachtree Pkwy
Cumming, GA 30041
Darkfall Fun and Games
This one is kid friendly (but still fun for adults) with lots if activities and things to do. I'm getting the local schools involved with a writing and art contest and a performance of a scene from the book by some local drama students. There will also be face painting, hair braiding and other activities, including a trivia panel to see how much you know about the trilogy. (Yes, there will be prizes here too)
Book Signing at the Read-A-Thon!WHEN: October 22, 2011
WHERE: Hall Book Exchange
1854 Thompson Bridge Rd.
Read for Charity
This is a more intimate event at Hall Book Exchange during their an annual 24 hour Read-a-Thon benefiting the Gainesville/Hall County Alliance for Literacy. Their back room is full of cozy chairs so you can curl up and gab. Great for really getting to know your author.