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Book Release!!

Guess what guys??!! Weapon Icean is out!! It's out for real and I can't believe it!

It started out last November as just an idea. I wrote it for my 2015 nanowrimo and it has gone through almost 18 drafts. I spent all year working on it and waiting and waiting so impatiently for it to be ready and now it is! It happened so fast and I am super excited but also a little nervous. This has been a journey, if at sometimes difficult and frustrating but now all the time and effort and patience has paid off. I've dreamed of being a published author since I knew what the word author meant and now I am! I just hope you guys love reading it as much as I loved writing it!

And it's so fitting that I publish it the day I finish the first draft of the sequel. It's still messy and crazy and needs a lot of work but I can do it. I'm calling it Project Khione for now but the title might change later. This is the first step in my indie author journey and I am so excited to finally have Weapon Icean ready and for sale!

The Front

And the Back

And here's the synopsis:
After being injected with a serum that gives sixteen year old Delphi Icylin icy cold abilities, she is thrown into the world of the Protectors. The team of superheroes that watches over Amparo City and protect the world from enhanced criminals and villains.  Soon after she wakes with her strange new powers, her world is flipped upside-down again.  Her parents and older brother are revealed as superpowered villains and a new dark organization rises from the shadows to enact their long awaited vengeance against the Protectors. 
Can she trust the Protectors or the handsome, winged Eros and his sinister telepathic boss, Tremble, who believes the Protectors are prejudice against those who look different from "normal" Supers. 
Maybe, for Delphi, fitting in and living up to impossible superhero standards is overrated.
My mom did an amazing job creating the cover and I hope you all like it!

You can find the paperback Here and the ebook Here.

Hope everyone had a great nanowrimo and has a great December (Christmas and New Years)!


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