"Capture" Review Copies.

I just ordered my [hopefully] final proof copy of "Capture". With the release nearing (August 20th), I figured that now would be a good time to start accepting review requests.

If you've already requested an ARC of "Program 13" and you'd also like a review copy of "Capture", just let me know in your e-mail.

If you're interested, please send an email to NLSobon[at]gmail[dot]com with the following information:

  • Your name.
  • Your blog name.
  • Your blog URL.
  • Your follower count, or your weekly blog hits.
  • Which digital format you'd prefer (I am offering up a few print copies but they will be extremely limited).

Description for "Capture":
When her home is threatened by a stranger, Autumn Stone, an eighteen year old witch, must find the strength within her to save those that she loves.

Eighteen year-old Autumn Stone has spent her entire life in Lunica City, a place where those with magic are free to be themselves. There’s only one rule the residents of Lunica City must obey: you may not use your magic to kill. Simple enough. Until a stranger makes his way into Lunica City seeking revenge.

Taking to the front of the Command Center, the stranger strikes down fifteen innocent bystanders with the use of his magic, before being banished to Ubiera – a local city destroyed in 2000 by the Government. Wanting to contain the tragedy, Commander Willow Ford issues memory cleanses for the remaining fifteen bystanders who managed to survive the attack. After awaking below the Command Center -without any recollection as to how, or why, she arrived there - Autumn must seek out the truth about who she is and what the stranger wants in order to save Lunica City from destruction.

Description for "Program 13":

Seventeen year-old Emile Reed, may have died, but she isn't dead. Her body now belongs to Program Thirteen, where her every thought, every movement, is controlled. Until Emile begins to find her way back inside of Thirteen's core, where she manages to fend off Thirteen’s programming to reclaim the life that she lost. But Charles McVeigh, the owner of Vesta Corp, isn’t willing to let Thirteen go. And McVeigh will stop at nothing to reclaim control of Thirteen's programming. Because, without her, McVeigh has nothing.

Also: If you've requested a review copy of "Program 13" and you'd like an eBook copy of "Program 12", just shoot me an e-mail. I have no problem giving free books to book bloggers, you just have to e-mail me.


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