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Reave (Reave Series, #1)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

How far would you go to be free—to make your own choices without being subjected to punishment for doing what you felt was right?
Could you kill for it?
After being abandoned by her father as a child, Aster spent ten years of her life as a servant for the leader’s House in the broken city of New Bethel. She’d known, even as a child, that the cities of her world were corrupt places with human monsters—assassins—running rampant between their high walls.
Thinking everything will remain the same as it always has there, Aster is startled to discover that one day . . . the cycle breaks. As a young new leader takes a strange and—at times—horrifying interest in her, will she be capable of discovering the reasons behind his actions and orders?
In a world where nothing is as it seems and all things are never anywhere near as simple as they appear at first glance, will she be capable of making the distinction between what is real and what is not? Will she find anyone at all she can trust? More importantly . . . Does she have the strength to do what is necessary to survive in a world filled with evil?

 

Amazon:

Paperback

E-book

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Paperback and E-book

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E-book

CreateSpace:

Paperback

iTunes:

E-book

Scribd:

E-book

Oyster:

E-book

Reave on GoodReads

 

 

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Elude (Reave Series, #2)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Escaping is hard. Surviving is harder.

Aster has lived a life of servitude for ten years, but now she is determined to be free. Countless Reapers stand between her and the gate to New Bethel, and more await just past the walls. She’s spent her life being invisible, but in a world full of assassins, becoming close to any of them only makes you a target for the rest. Every step she takes puts her in more danger, closer to Reapers with unknown intentions. Unexpected friendships develop, but can she really trust any Reaper when they’ve all been trained to deceive? Aster and Chase know what awaits them outside the city, but can they get past it?

In Aster’s journey for freedom, she learns there are some things in life you can’t ever truly escape from, and that some steps can’t ever be taken back.

Amazon:

Paperback

E-book

Barnes & Noble:

Paperback and E-book

Smashwords:

E-book

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Paperback

iTunes:

E-book

Scribd:

E-book

Oyster:

E-book

Elude on GoodReads

 

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Lameria’s Gift (The Ten Kingdoms, #1)

Genre: Fantasy

Projected Release: March 2015

*AUTHOR’S NOTE: This book contains harsh language and adult themes.*

Tradail is a kingdom so bloodthirsty they do nothing but go to war, training their citizens from childhood for that specific purpose. For Alain, being a soldier is all she knows and all she wants in life, even if she disagrees when the Tradailian King chooses one war over another. King Tarlain’s decision causes her to no longer be fighting trained soldiers, instead slaughtering witches and warlocks hiding in the massive forest that separates her home from the kingdom she’d previously been at war with.

Alain makes a decision, one that sends her straight into enemy territory with a warlock so powerful she has no hope to kill him. There she’ll find herself able to do something she never could in her home—make her own choices. With an eccentric witch who’s determined to make friends with her and that warlock who’s determined to prove her wrong, Alain finds herself doing the one thing she was sure she never would. She finds herself questioning her loyalty to her kingdom.

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25 thoughts on “My Books

    • Thanks!
      And hey, I think we’re all guilty of buying at least one book due to the cover at some point or another.
      I hope you don’t hate it if you ever find yourself reading it! O.o
      🙂

    • I just love being able to HOLD the books (and smell them, and touch the pages). And I just find them easier to read as well. Then not to mention really enjoying the covers, as you said, or seeing them all on a line on a shelf….

      And I hope so! 😀

  1. Hi. I happened to run across your site. Your novel looks interesting. If you send me a copy, could read and review it for you should you wish. You can find me on LinkedIn or at my books website http://www.thedead.us to find out more about me.
    By the way…I hate rewriting as well.
    Regards.
    Rob.

    • I’m kind of surprised you would want to!
      I’m unfortunately not on LinkedIn. I do have a question though. Are you on GoodReads? I tried to look up your book to add it on there, but I couldn’t find it. 😦

      • Why would you be surprised? Despite the genre I’m writing in, I don’t always read horror and zombie books ya know. 🙂
        I am connected with GoodReads, but I don’t have my book up as it isn’t out yet. It’s due out in the summer (August, I’m thinking).

      • Haha, I don’t know. My apologies!
        I understand though. I enjoy reading outside the genre(s) I write in. Definitely love a good horror novel now and again…

        I think I found you on there. If not, some other person named Robert with a zombie picture just got a friend request from me.
        I’ll stay on the lookout for your book!

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  3. You were the one that said I should read The Infernal Devices, and I decided to stalk (not creepily) your site 🙂 I read the synopsis of your book, I’d love to read it! I could read it and have a review of it on my website if you’d just send me a paperback or ebook copy. It sounds like an interesting read!

    Aubrey Joy

  4. That is probably me that you found. Did you check out my website? I’ll be posting links there when my book comes out. I’m new to GoodReads and Twitter (just started the latter a couple of days ago), so I may be slow in responding there. 🙂
    You should think about getting a snazzy website for Reave.
    Cheers for now.
    ~Rob.

    • I did check out the website!

      I’m JUST NOW getting the hang of GoodReads and have to admit I’m kind of in love with it (despite not liking to review books). I think I’ve had Twitter for about a year or so and am also just now figuring it out well enough to feel like I’m ‘getting by’. It gets a bit overwhelming, especially with the blog on top of it all.
      I think I like GR so much because you can actually MESSAGE people there (unlike here) and don’t have a 140 character limit. (Here’s lookin’ at you, Twitter. o.-)

      I’ve thought about a snazzy website (LOVE that word, by the way), but I’m kind of broke (paying to release books, yikes), and have no hope in the world of doing it myself.
      Bummer.

  5. I’ll tell you what. You send me photos of the cover and anything else you’d want up in a snazzy website of your own and in my spare time I’ll create one for you. The remuneration you may be asking…you just promise to buy my book. You could preorder it when you see your site. The monthly cost of the site is free. You’ll just have to learn or ask me help you add new things that you want when you wish to change stuff. I’d be using the same site as mine. Let me know what you think. You can email me to discuss everything if you’d like. Cheers Rob

    • I’ll be totally honest, I might’ve teared up a bit when I read your comment.
      That is seriously one of the nicest things ever.
      I really can’t ask you to do that when I know how valuable time is, especially for something I had every intention of doing anyway (getting your book).
      I might try to figure out how to do it on my own, but I’ll probably wait until after I have the cover finished for my second book so I can put that on there as well. Give it more STUFF.

      Seriously, one of the NICEST things ever.

  6. Hey there C. I’m flattered you’d get my book without a bribe. And even more for the nice things you mentioned.

    Do me a favor and shoot me a quick email. I already began a site for you, and you can finish it or scrap it as the case may be. It really isn’t all that hard. I’ve left some comments to help you…or confuse you depending on perspective.
    thedead1@live.ca
    It isn’t published (online) as I left that up to you. You can change the contact email, title of the site, and password once you’re in there.

    Think of this as a pay it forward for me. I’ve been helped before and probably will again at some point of my life, so I’m just creating some good karma.

    You can tinker with adding pages, pictures, text boxes, colour, style, and text to give it the C. Miller pizzazz . If you hate it by the end, just delete it. If you need help, I’ll guide you through things you’re having trouble with, should you wish. Don’t worry about my time. If you don’t mind the wait sometimes, I have no problem giving you some of it.
    There are great tutorials on YouTube by WIX themselves (that’s partly how I learned…the rest was trial and error – lots of error).

    It takes a lot to have a book become popular. One of these (in my humble opinion) is a good website to base things out of. I can even show you a trick into getting your site URL set up so that you can type in http://www.reavebook1 or whatever and it’ll go to the site (without paying the upgrade costs that are normally associated with that perk. All legal by the way.).

    You can always take it slow and learn and add before you actually publish the site or just do what I did and constantly, every month or so, make it better and build on it until you have a snazzy site that you’re proud of.

    Sorry to hear about the missed concert. I’m sure they’ll come around your area again.

    Cheers,
    Rob.

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