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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

New Release: Haunted by Charity Tinnin

I have another New Release to share with you today from author-friend Charity Tinnin (see my previous post with Jessica Keller's release of Saving Yesterday). Charity and Jessica will both stop by tommorrow to share with us their journey into indie - and what it's like to be a newly-published indie author in 2014! So stay tuned for that. Meanwhile, check out this awesome sounding book!

 

Punish the guilty or save the innocent? He can't do both.

As a liquidator, it's Noah State's job to carry out justice for the Elite - which is why they send him to Metro Area Four. There's evidence of a resistance movement and chatter about a dangerous uprising. Noah' s orders? Stop it at any cost.

Failure means death. But Noah's haunted by the blood spilled in his past and certain God has condemned him for it. Shedding more isn't an option.

Then he meets Maddison James, a hospital apprentice with revolutionary leanings, and glimpses a future he thought was lost. A future within reach if they can survive his brother's interference, a resistance more threatening than anyone imagined, and one unforgivable choice.


Charity Tinnin's fascination with dystopian lit began in high school with Brave New World, and she's been devouring the genre ever since. Now, she mentors high  school students at her church, works as a freelance editor, and lives in the foothills of North Carolina - a terrain very similar to a certain series. When she's not editing for a client or working on the State v. Sefori series, she spends her time reading YA and discussing the merits of  Captain America, Frederick Wentworth, and Prince Charming online. 

Speaking of the interwebs, Charity loves to talk about YA fiction, TV, and State v. Sefori. Find her on Twitter, Facebook, or her website to start the conversation.  

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