Thursday, 5 December 2013

Thanmir War Release Day!

I've been swapping stories with Loni Townsend for forever. Okay it's been a few months over a years, it feels like I've known her for years. So while I'm sharing some fun facts about myself over at Krista McLaughlin's blog...

I'm also super excited to announce the release of her début fantasy novel...


So need this in paperback
The Earth Clan has declared war and a landscaper is at the dead center of it.

Derek thinks his chronic headaches are the worst of his problems.

He's wrong.

He wakes up in the middle of an unknown forest, surrounded by a couple dozen dead men he has no memory of killing. His only way back to society as he knows it is MaTisha, an amnesic woman with the power to transcend world boundaries.

But going home isn't as easy as he had hoped, not when MaTisha is sought by two opposing armies prepared to do anything to keep her from the other side.

Derek finds himself caught in the center, mixed up with mercenaries and guardians. And now, he's been possessed by a murderous alter ego with a personal mission to keep MaTisha safe. He wants nothing more to return to the life and family he loves.

But his alter ego has other plans.





Author Bio:

Loni Townsend
Wife. Mother. Writer. Ninja. Squirrel.

By day, she writes code. By predawn darkness, she writes fantasies. All other times, she writes in her head.

People call her peculiar with a twisted sense of fashion, but don't let those understatements fool you. Her behavior is perfectly normal for a squirrel disguised as a human. That's part of being an epic ninja—blending in.

She makes her home in Idaho with her sadistically clever—yet often thwarted—husband, two frighteningly brilliant children, and three sneaky little shibas.

Thanmir War is her debut novel.

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the post!

    I love your interview, btw. *chuckle* Hug a dalek. *chuckle* My husband had one roaming the halls on Halloween. It threatened to destroy my daughter. :)

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    1. Hehehe. I think our cats would freak and the dogs would eat it. ^_^

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