Go Wild on Preorders for Urban Fantasy “Bear Naked”Janet Fix
A phantasmagorical series begins . . . replete with shape-strong lineages (think shapeshifter, but in a whole new way), including current-day issues that face our young adults (think bullying, peer pressure, and psychologies of human attraction) . . . YUP–all mixed in one spirited series for which this first book is named: BEAR NAKED.
This SERIES is author R.J. Eliason’s first step into urban fantasy, and she does it in fine style. Take a walk on the wild side, literally! Readers can NOW PRE-ORDER . . .
- the print book at our BOOKSTORE at a discounted price ($10 versus regular retail price of $12)
- or the eBook at Smashwords in all digital formats. Click here to purchase, also at a discounted price ($1.99 versus regular retail price of $2.99).
- PREORDER DISCOUNT AVAILABLE THROUGH NOVEMBER 8, 2013.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to support the author and participate in the beginning of a chilling series.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Amanda Burnson is a typical teen with all the typical problems: excess weight, struggles with body odor, random people trying to kill her . . . oh, and her boyfriend just might be a werewolf.
At seventeen, Amanda, who has been raised by her neo-pagan uncle, has more friends at the local Renaissance faire than at her high school. Most of her summers are spent at faires, festivals, and Aunt Maggie’s farm.
There is something new going on in the heart of America, in the small Iowa town that Amanda calls home. The whole town is changing—a tough way to begin a school year. New kids alongside the old; new attitudes colliding with the usual annoying old ones; menacing new faces alongside comforting ones. . . things will never be the same once this brew is boiled.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: R. J. Eliason is the pen name of Rachel Eliason. She writes contemporary YA novels under her given name and fantasy/science fiction under this name. All of her books are available online in digital and print formats. She lives in the Central Midwest in an old house with her son and a troll in the basement. She has wanted to be a fulltime writer for most of her life, so that when people say to her, “Pay attention,” she can reply, “Shut up. I am working.”
You can follow the author and her many writing adventures at the following sites:
YA writing at: www.racheleliason.net/
Fantasy writing at: www.rjeliason.com/
Her column and tech/geek writing: www.wiredthatway.net/