Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Book Review: Hope’s Decree

Wowee, it’s been a long time since I posted on here! While I’ve been MIA promoting my own book and working with some of you, others of you have gone and gotten yourselves agents, publishing contracts, or skipped all of that and just straight up published your books. I know that because this week alone I’ve had four writers tell me their books are now or soon-to-be for sale, and another who just signed a publishing contract. Congratulations to all of you! 

Today I wanted to introduce Angela Mcpherson’s debut YA novel, Hope’s Decree, which was published through Untold Press. I’m overjoyed to announce this book not only because it’s a fantastic read, but also because Angela is one of those writers who’s become a friend. 

If you love books based on mythology, or just like damn good writing, take a look!

Hope’s Decree

When everything else is lost, there is always hope.

While most teens want an epic senior year, Trinity Whitebone hoped for a normal one. Being seventeen was hard enough. Having the emotions of everyone around you in your head made life more than a little difficult.

Until Blain Heros enrolled.

He screamed hot-god in jeans with just his walk. His intense stare warmed her skin like a thousand suns. Unfortunately, his interest in her seemed to run from blazing to freezing in the span of moments and left her nothing but confused. She could deal with things not being normal, but when life goes from strange to dangerous…

Trinity is the direct descendant of Pandora and fated to rectify the terrors released into the world by her curious ancestor. With powers she didn’t know existed and abilities she never wanted, Trinity tries to walk away from everything her life had become. She thought she could turn her back on her fate, until a band of rogue immortals discover who she is and will do whatever it takes to control her powers. Trinity is left with one decision…Embrace fate or die trying.


About the Author
Born and currently residing in Midland, Texas, Angela shuffles three busy childrennot including her husband) all over the place. She works in a busy pediatric doctor's office as a nurse during the day, and writes at night. She is addicted to coffee—who isn't? And firmly believes chocolate can fix all—especially chocolate ice cream. She laughs a lot, often at herself and is willing to try anything once (she thinks). When Angela isn't rushing kids around, working or writing, she's reading. Other than life experience, Angela turns to a wide variety of music to help spark her creative juices. She loves to dance and sing, though her kids often beg her not to.

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    1. You're welcome Angela! I just started the book! So freaking good! Expect a review in another week or so! :)

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