#IndieMas 2016 Day Seven

Posted December 9, 2016 by Emily in Awesome Indie, Events and Features, Giveaway / 2 Comments

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Author S. Usher Evans created #IndieMas as a way to celebrate her favorite Indie authors.

On the seventh day of #IndieMas my author gave to me

Music and Fairy Tales
Three Books Today

Favorite Fantasies

Thrills and Romance,

Pulse Pounding Action,
 Two Adventures,
And Sci Fi and Fantasy

#IndieMas 2016 Day SevenMelophobia by James Morris
on September 22nd 2015
Genres: Fiction
Pages: 252
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Melophobia: fear or hatred of music.
The time—now; the place—America, but in a world where the government controls all forms of art and creativity. Any music sowing the seeds of anarchy is banned—destroyed if found—its creators and listeners harshly punished.
Merrin Pierce works as an undercover Patrol officer assigned to apprehend a fugitive musician who threatens the safe fabric of society, only to confront everything she thought to be true – her values, upbringing, job, and future.
Can love survive in a world without music?
Publisher’s Weekly called it “a convincing alternative history novel and…an accomplished coming-of-age love story that asks big questions about freedom and expressiveness in the face of oppression.”

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#IndieMas 2016 Day SevenZaria Fierce and the Secret of Gloomwood Forest by Keira Gillett
Series: Zaria Fierce #1
Published by Keira Gillett on March 6th 2015
Genres: Young Adult
Pages: 224
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"Come here Princess, and let me eat you."
On her birthday, Zaria Fierce finds her usual path to school blocked by an ugly river-troll. At first she's surprised and curious, but then Olaf threatens to eat her, which is an act Zaria could not in good conscience consent to, so Zaria counteroffers. A deal is struck and she goes to school, but Zaria is about to learn the hard way that one does not trick a river-troll and expect to win.

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