Wednesday, May 14, 2014

WIN-A-BOOK Wednesday with Shona Husk

Posted by: Shona Husk

Shona Husk

 
Three time ARRA finalist Shona Husk lives in Western Australia at the edge of the Indian Ocean. Blessed with a lively imagination she spent most of her childhood making up stories. As an adult she discovered romance novels and hasn’t looked back.

With stories ranging from sensual to scorching, she writes contemporary, paranormal, fantasy and sci-fi romance. You can find out more at www.shonahusk.com 
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The Changeling Soldier
Her time in the mortal world is running out…
After fleeing Annwyn three centuries ago, Ella built a life in the mortal world making gowns for European royalty and playing in mortal intrigues. Now those Courts are long gone, and she dresses Hollywood starlets. Mortals come and go, but Ella always ends up alone. She longs for the home she left behind.

He’s been dreaming of the coming battle all his life…
Isaac Norton is a returned soldier. Now home, he’s restless and his recurring dream is becoming more frequent: he’s fighting on a snow-covered field stained with blue blood. When he sees Ella, he knows she isn’t human. And she knows what he is, a changeling.

Ella can give Isaac the answers he needs, but there will be a price to pay: his soul.

I love writing novellas but this is the first time I've ever written a mid-series novella. It was a different challenge and a lot of fun as I got to explore another facet of the stride in Annwyn and its effect on fairies and humans. The Changeling Soldier is due out on June 3 2014, but you can get your hands on an early copy!

 

8 comments:

  1. They have wings, have magic & they glitter!

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  2. All stories about them are always so whimsical

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  3. Love the paranormal and Shonna's books definitely has that! she writes great stories!

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  4. I just loves fairies. So beautiful yet so different and cold most times..Love their stories!

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  5. Once they crisp up, and a little salt is added, they are quite nice on toast.

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  6. I love that they are so spirited and spunky. As my grandma says "A tempest in a teapot!" Thanks for the chance to win!

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