Remember how last time, I mentioned my podcasting pal and increasingly-frequent collaborator, Lauren “Scribe” Harris? Right, that one. She’s pretty cool, and this week, she’s revealing the cover for her latest book: THE GIRL IN ACID PARK. I was lucky enough to hear snippets of this during last year’s Smoky Writers Retreat, and even luckier to read a completed draft. I could gush about it…but instead, I’ll turn the mic over to Lauren. 🙂
Welcome to the cover reveal for THE GIRL IN ACID PARK, book two in The Millroad Academy Exorcists series. I’ve been sitting on this cover for about a year, ever since it was created by the inimitable Starla Huchton. I’m so excited to release the both the cover and the preorder link today! Book one hit #1 in three Kindle categories, which is sort of like making the indie pub honor roll. I’m hoping book two does just as well. So, without further ado, THE GIRL IN ACID PARK.
Unlike her best friend Hiroki, Georgia Collins can’t see or talk to dead people. But she recently discovered she can help ghosts move on–no exorcism required! Unfortunately, so did the national media. Her underground blog is not so underground anymore and the Millroad Catholic Academy students with their scandals on exposé are less than thrilled about Georgia’s journalistic success.
But Georgia has never been one to let things blow over, so when the police request paranormal assistance on a new murder case, Georgia decides to make the unwanted spotlight work her way and agrees to help…except she didn’t expect Hiroki to refuse.
Pre-order here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B018O7RZXU
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Lauren Harris is an author, narrator, and the assistant editor for Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show magazine. She lives in a renovated tobacco pack house in rural North Carolina, where she is pleased to have running water, wi-fi, and all her teeth.
What I’m Listening To This Week
I have a longstanding soft spot for Andrew Lloyd Webber. It’s hard to get one-woman shows to work…unless you’ve got an actor like Bernadette Peters (pretty sure I once saw Song and Dance with Louise Pitre as well – marvellous).