Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Win-A-Book Wednesday with...

Posted by: Jax Garren

Sonya Clark

Sonya Clark grew up a military brat and now lives in Tennessee with her husband and daughter. She writes urban fantasy and paranormal romance with a heavy helping of magic and lots of music for inspiration.

Trancehack is Sonya's next release and the first book in the Magic Born trilogy. She had a blast blending magic and technology - for example using astral projection to enter cyberspace - and hopes readers will enjoy that, too!

It’s 2065. Those born with magic abilities live in government-run zones, without rights or freedoms. Fear of magic created this segregated world and fear keeps it intact.

A high-profile murder brings Detective Nathan Perez to Magic Born Zone 13. He’s had little experience with the Magic Born and isn’t sure what to expect during his first encounter with a witch, but he never thought he’d be so drawn to her.

Trancehacker Calla Vesper uses magic to break into computers and aid the Magic Born underground. She has no interest in helping a cop, even if he is smoking-hot, but money’s tight and Nate offers a tidy amount for help navigating the Zone. Calla’s determined to keep it all business, but sparks start flying before the investigation even gets started.

When Calla’s trancehacking and Nathan’s investigation uncover a conspiracy, Calla becomes a target. Nate can protect her by keeping her role a secret—but then who will protect Nate?


  1. I notice you live in Tennessee and was wondering have you any books signings planned there.

    1. Thank you for asking! I don't have any physical books to sign, but I may try to set up a "Meet the Local Author" event in the small town where I live (Paris, in west Tennessee). I have to find a host first. If it happens, I'll announce it on my website.

  2. Sounding good. Sounds like your military life style as a kid might have helped play in the world here? Was curious. And I'm always curious about research into cop areas for books. How did you go about it?

    Thank you!

    1. Nate is a veteran so I guess brat life did enter the story a little bit. Most of my cop research for this book was online reading. I've love to attend a citizen's police academy. I missed the local one this year but plan to keep an eye out for the next one.

      Thank you for commenting!

    2. It's neat how little things in books stem from life. And that would be cool to attend the citizen's police academy. Very neat. Thank you!


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