Senior year should bring fun, friends, and happiness. Not portals, treachery, and murder.
Seventeen-year-old Mia Taylor, gatekeeper to an interdimensional portal, wants nothing more than to heal from her romance gone wrong. Illegally falling for her co-worker Regulus had been a huge mistake. But when Regulus goes rogue to hunt down a murderer, Mia must forget her broken heart and use her unique abilities to save him. Traveling across dimensions, she enters a strange and hostile world where a rebel faction holds the key to their escape. Her gift of synesthesia is in high demand, and a secret organization of the otherworldly kind has her in their sights. But sabotage and murder may be the least of her worries. Her ex-boyfriend wants a relationship. Her dad wants her to act normal. Her friends want her to stop moping. Who knew faking happy would be the easiest part of senior year?
AMAZON / B & N / KOBO / iTunes
A few days ago, Watcher of Worlds (Whispering Woods 3) went back out into the world with a new cover. The original release was in December 2013 by Renegade YA. Since then, many changes have taken place and I have my full publishing rights back on this book.
Years ago, I wasn't interested in self-publishing. Today, the publishing climate has changed. I've also learned a lot about the publishing business. In 2014 I took the leap in the self-publishing waters. I'm not sorry that I did. I've enjoyed the challenge. As a hybrid author, I'll still pursue traditional publishing with certain projects.
Watcher of Worlds has the same content that it did a few months ago when released from a small press. I won't go into the details of what happened there, but let's just say I'm happy to have this book back in my hands.
I lost ALL of my good reviews on this book with the change to a different publisher (my own company). That's probably the only disadvantage. If you reviewed Watcher of Worlds on Amazon or another retailer, please consider helping me out by going to the site and leaving a quick review. It helps so much.
Do you like the new cover? I am IN LOVE with it. My son Jake is a computer programmer/graphic artist. He offered to do the cover, and I thought I'd see what he could offer me. I love the girl's face and the colors. I think it complements the first two books in the series.
If you are an indie author and looking for choices with a book cover, please check out Jake's premade covers at http://www.sweetbiscuitpublishing.com. He's also interested in doing custom covers like the one he did for me.