Yay! Now I just have to wait to hear from the artist.
Her deviantart page says her stuff is there to offer for use, so we’ll see….
K, that’s all for now.
Off to do dishes & then read Shadowfever
Visions of another dimension usher a young woman through an adventure of immorality, virtue, and self-discovery.
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Alexis has always experienced intense dreams. They used to be all sunshine and rainbows, but lately they’ve entered a much darker, depraved realm.
The dreams are actually visions, intended to prepare her for the truth. The reason she’s felt so different since she was a child…
Avalon, an other-world where faeries live, is her real home. Brought into the human realm when she was born, she’s lived that life for twenty-four years.
But now it’s time to venture back with her kind.
A horrible evil has been brewing — waiting just for her.
Something is killing humans and she’s the only one who can stop it.
While attempting to do so, and learn her new place in the universe, she meets up with other, helpful fae. But one shows her that their true nature is to test the limits and mess with the balance.
Will she be able to stay strong and save the humans?
And what will she do when she finds the way to protect them means subjecting some of her own to a horrible death?
She must choose between her two worlds. Which is the right choice?
So I’m working on my blog for give a girl a pen that I have to post tomorrow, plus reviewing some things for people, and trying to write Avalon, so I’ve not the time to blog today.
Instead, I’ll leave you with a super short excerpt from a day in the life of Alexis Hodge =)
Alexis slammed the back door of her ‘parents’’ house, and made a beeline for her car. At least Roxie would make her feel somewhat normal. Her 1967 VW Beetle was in pristine condition, and Alexis could not imagine any other car suiting her so well.
She grabbed the door handle, and quickly drew her hand back.
“Damn it!” That frackin’ hurt! What the hell?
Once again, she attempted to open the car door. Her hand was met with the same response—searing pain.
Can something please be normal in my life for one freaking second today? Just one thing?!
Dropping down to her knees, holding her useless right hand at her waist, Alexis shuffled around in her purse for her phone. Her left hand was fairly incapable of doing anything helpful, but she was able to scroll to Hollie’s number and hit send.
“Hey, Hols. Can you come help me?” Alexis started to sniffle, and tears once again welled up. She let them fall. And fall.
“What’s going on, sweets? Why are you crying? Where are you?” Hollie sounded frantic.
“I don’t know. I don’t know. I just need to leave and I can’t. My parents aren’t my parents and my car just burned me….” She was sobbing so hard at this point that her words were all jumbled together and made no sense.
“Alexis—calm down. I don’t know what’s going on, but I’ll get over to you. You at home?”
“Yeah,” Alexis managed to blubber out.
Hollie reassured Alexis she’d be right there, and Alexis just let the phone drop back into her purse. She curled up into a ball, her forehead on her knees, tears spilling freely.
When it seemed she no longer had anything left to cry, Alexis felt a reassuring hand on her back. She slowly sat up, wiped her nose with her palm like a little kid, and looked to see who was there.
Most likely, I’ll take a look at this tonight or tomorrow morning and revise a bit. Then I’ll post a revision.
If anyone feels like critiquing, go for it!!