Cover Reveal: Trick of the Tail

A Trick of the TailLast week turned out to be a terrible, horrible, very bad week for me and thoroughly derailed all of my writing plans. But Sunday I got good news. I HAZ COVER!

So I’m sharing it with you.

🙂

I did manage to do all my school work, and have a glimmer of hope on the horizon, but in my current state of superstitiousness… I’ll save any discussion of that until I have more than just a glimpse of what the future holds.

As I’ve mentioned before, this particular story had not been in this year’s plan, so represents a whole new direction for me. It’s still going through final revisions, but I have a draft blurb, and a tentative publication date of Friday. Tell me what you think:

In 2078, Earth was invaded. After the Fall stories document that time.

Sienna was trying to find a refuge away from Earth that would be safe for both her and her unborn child.Then she mistook a Siamet for a Katarr.

Zaun was doing his part to build the Resistance when a nasty trick lands him in bed with Sienna.

Overcoming language and trust obstacles is the least of their worries when their survival is on the line.

Novelette with a word count of 10,200.

Is this a story you would want to read?

This week, I hope to get back on track. I did at least get to take a 2-mile hike yesterday for the first time in a month, and, as mentioned, finished all my assigned school work. I would like to add another 10K words to my Red Slaves story this week to make up for what I missed in the storm that was last week.

In the meantime, check out how my fellow ROW80ers are doing with their goals.

Posted on January 13, 2014, in indie, writing and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. not buying at moment ( beginning of year a financial desert:( have put The Fall in my library on smashwords to buy in a few weeks – they sound interesting that and the one you are working on – all the best for this week:)

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