I have a sampler book out! Snippets & Sneak Peaks. Yes. Peaks not peeks, because I’ve included samples that bring you to the ‘peak’ of a climax and then leaves you wanting more. This booklet is a collection of chapters from my completed books and a taste of a couple of WiPs I’m currently working on! Only about 60 pages as it is just a sample! Give my imagination a try, you won’t regret it! Just $.99!
An Urban Fantasy Series by Antoinette J. Houston!
Book one: Red Summer – Rita ‘Red’ James and friends realize that life after high school is more than just getting a job and being an adult. Forgotten memories reveal fantastic abilities and a dangerous past they can’t escape in Red Summer!
Book two: Wil’s Winter – In Wil’s Winter, the adventure continues five years later in a nowhere town in Texas. Wil’s trying to deal with the chaotic up and down of his relationship with Red and the failing attempt at having what he thinks is a normal life. Then the past catches up with them again.
Get books 1 & 2 for under $5!
Rita ‘Red’ James and friends realize that life after high school is more than just getting a job and being an adult. Forgotten memories reveal fantastic abilities and a dangerous past they can’t escape in Red Summer!
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I’ve been told so far that folks really like my book: Red Summer! One of the readers that I sent a book to has recently posted her review of my story and will also be posting a longer review on her blog: http://littlereadridinghood.com/ She gave me 5 Stars!! It’s been a great couple of days thus far! Great turn out on the last interview I had with BBB (Bitten By Books). The winners of the contest got either a $25 gift card to Walmart or Amazon. I thought it was fun! I’m planning on another contest to help promote my book further, along with a few others. this means I need to get to work!
But I’m really excited! I got an editor and she’s looking over Red Summer now. Hopefully I’ve worked hard enough to fix what i could see to the point where I haven’t embarrassed myself too much. I also hope she herself likes the book enough to give it a review. Or at least just like it.