Book Feature: Underneath
Today I will be featuring Underneath.
An injured merman is found washed up on a beach in Maine. After being brought to a special facility, doctors are at a loss for how to help him. Worse, how are they to keep him away from the eager hands of the military?
One reporter is hot on the trail of what she believes is an elaborate hoax—or the story of a lifetime. A story that has her tracking elusive clues into an ever-growing house of secrets surrounding one of the richest families in New York City.
For merfolk have been hiding in plain sight for centuries, and are now torn between sacrificing one of their own—or telling humanity the truth.
M.N. Arzu (1982) was born in Guatemala City, Guatemala, and fell in love with books at age 9, when her oldest sister translated The Chronicles of Narnia for her. Those books would set her on a journey of literature and other languages that continues till this day.
She graduated as a Graphic Designer, and she now feeds her creative world with equal measures of fantasy and science fiction, always seeking adventures in other realms.
This short story takes place in the Graveyard of Empires and sets the stage for some of the coming action.
You put in the months of hard work and wrote something great. Well done and congratulations, and now you want to show it off to the world.
A standalone short story full of fast-paced action about a failing power plant.
I've updated my website in the last couple of days to hopefully be more user friendly and showcase the books a little bit more. I was getting tired of the old template and wanted to try out something new.
It's officially available now, and it is incredibly exciting that Raven's Peak is available for sale in audio format!
Here is a list of all of the various promotional options I've compiled over running all of my campaigns, and hopefully some of them will come in handy for you (or at least the ones that you end up using).
I'll be taking questions for the next couple of weeks about anything: upcoming projects, my newest book, or any other topics. I will make a short video to post on youtube answering the questions, as well!
This is the opening of Raven's Rise. It clocks in at over 115,000 words and is the longest of the trilogy by far.
Sarah Carleton is the narrator for Second Chances. In this video she shares her experiences of narrating Second Chances and what it was like bringing the characters to life.