Monday, September 3, 2012

Now on Tour Redemption by J.R. Turner

September 3 Promo and review
Stuffed Shelves

September 4 Guest blog and review
Booked & Loaded

September 5 Promo
Roxanne’s Realm

September 6 Promo

September 8 Guest blog
The Qwillery - A blog about books and other things

September 9 Interview
Books & Other Spells

September 12 Interview
The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom

September 14 Guest blog
Mama Knows Books 

September 19 Guest blog
Zombie Girl Shambling

September 20 Interview

Sept 25 Promo
Faerotic Prose

September 26 Interview
Books & Beauty 

September 27 Review
Books, Books, and More Books

September 30 Interview
Fang-tastic Books

October 1 Promo
Just Another Rabid Reader  

By JR Turner

Half-angel Savannah Mantas smells the sulfuric stench of wrath when it enters her city, Iron Point. Resurrected by the archangel Michael, she’s hunting for redemption and half-demon Nico Montenegro is her prey. He comes from the Fringes, the border between the city and the toxic wasteland beyond. When they meet, Nico tells her a story, one of genocide and confiscated bodies. Not revenge, but justice is his purpose and his target is the most admired family in the world–Commander Hathaway and his daughter.

Hathaway’s soldiers are slaughtering Fringers and secretly feeding them to Revenants, mutants who survived the bio-bombing of 2120. They have a twisted idea they can train these clever creatures like dogs and keep them out of the city long enough to mobilize an evacuation for the wealthy and well-connected. Savannah knows better. Revenants are what killed her. When they attack, the last of humankind may be wiped out completely. Stopping Hathaway might just be enough to gain her redemption and escape a hellish fate.

About the Author:

J.R. Turner is the Executive Director of the Wisconsin Writers Association. She writes in a variety of genres including middle-grade adventures, young adult horror, romantic suspense, horror, military action, and urban fantasy. In her spare time she enjoys arts and crafts, traveling, and movies. Few things in life compare to her passion for the written word, except perhaps the pursuit of chocolate.

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