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Here’s my newest snippet (9 sentences) from Night’s Treasure for your reading pleasure.
“Daphne berries,” he informed with his rasping whisper. “Mixed with poppies. A merciful way to die. You will slip off to sleep and awake in Tartarus or the Underworld, depending on which route you take.”
The rise of her chest was imperceptible as Sophy drew a shuddering breath that she feared would be one of her last. The cloying aftertaste of Leuco’s draught was sharp and disgusting on her tongue.
“You do not offer yourself of your own free will,” he stated.
“I do.” Her voice was a hoarse whisper as she forced out the lie.
-end of Night’s Treasure excerpt-
Night’s Treasure is a fantasy novel that delves into the world of Greek mythology. It follows Sophy, a demigod and daughter of Nyx, as she endeavors to find a way to gain immortality and join the family she’s always wanted but never had in Tartarus. However, there are powerful gods who have no intention of letting her disappear into the darkness below the Underworld and Sophy must fight for her life and her freedom before she can find peace and love. But will her power over the dark by enough or will she fall prey to the selfish, cruel gods who seek to use her?
This novel has been published by Kathryn St. John…in other words, by me. You can find it as an e-book on Amazon for $2.99. HOWEVER! Wait another week or so and you’ll be able to download it for FREE!
In honor of the holidays and as an end of year bang, I’m giving Night’s Treasure away for FREE on Amazon! Yay! I thought a fun freebie for the end of the year would be nice. Really, I just want people to be enjoying my stories like I do. It makes me so happy when I hear that other people enjoyed it.
My only request is to please please please leave a review so I know how I did and what I should work on and so others have a guide to let them know how the book is. It’s not mandatory or anything, but I would seriously appreciate it!
Don’t forget! The last week of 2016!
12/26 – 12/30.
I would’ve made it longer but I’m only allowed 5 days. Sorry about that. But 5 days is more than enough to download it! Tell your friends, tell your relatives, tell everyone!