The April 16th release date for Aqua is fast approaching, and I’ve got some ARC e-book copies just burning a hole in my pocket. Or maybe they’re burning a hole in my hard drive? Maybe that’s why my computer has been slow as molasses lately…
Anyone interested in partaking of a free ARC e-book copy of Aqua, in exchange for an honest review (preferably one that’s not too brutally scathing), please get in touch with me! How do you contact me? Let me count the ways…
1) Comment on this post, and we’ll go from there
2) Use the contact form on the “About the Author” page of this blog
3) Use the contact form on my website (the one practically begging you to message me)
4) Tweet me
5) Use Morse code (Bear with me, I’ve never actually learned Morse code; so it may take me a bit to get the message)
6) Get creative, hunt me down. Be sure to bring nachos when you show up at my doorstep.
Thanks all! Please help me spread the word!! 🙂
Meet Layla McKelland:
Novelist (unpublished, but cut her some slack…seventeen is a bit early to despair),
Slightly neurotic introvert (Alright, let’s be honest…there’s no “slightly” about it),
International Woman of Mystery, and…
Okay, just scratch the bio.
The only real “mystery” in Layla’s life is why her father has never been on the scene. Or why her mother drags Layla to a new coastal home every year.
Nothing about the latest hometown seems too newsworthy…until a routine day at the beach leaves Layla questioning whether she’s read one too many paranormal fantasy novels. The plot thickens when a random guy claims to know things about her father—a bizarre claim he backs up with an equally impossible stunt. And Layla soon finds herself on the wrong side of a mysterious attempted drowning…on her own kitchen floor.
When all is done, Layla will attest that fact is far stranger than fiction. And nothing in real life is ever as transparent as it seems…Not even water.
Especially not water.