Mar. 23rd, 2016

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We're super excited that friends of the blog, Book Smugglers Publishing, is diving into a brand new publishing venture and bringing us novels! Their first acquisition is the Extrahuman Union series. Today we're pleased to share a guest post from the author, Susan Jane Bigelow, about characters from the first book, Broken.


cover of Broken by Susan Jane Bigelow


Broken/Silverwyng: An Introduction


Broken opens with a scene of a homeless woman in an alleyway, staring hopelessly up at the sky, dreaming of a time when she could fly.

She is our hero for this book, and it’s her story that drives the rest of the Extrahuman Union series. There are a lot of secrets about her that I definitely don’t want to give away, but I’d love to give you a quick introduction to who she is and why she does what she does. Read more... )

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