Mirrors & Magic is out on audiobook

mirrors_magic_bannerMirrors & Magic, my first novel and Book 3 of The Clockwork Republics series, is now available in audiobook through Audible, Amazon and iTunes.  Hollie Jackson did the narration, and she did a fabulous job. I loved hearing Neve’s story come to life.

The book is now available in paperback, eBook and audiobook.

If anybody in the film industry is just dying to create a movie or TV show version, drop me a line. We can probably work something out.  😉

If you like:

  • The Night Circus
  • “Fractured Fairytales”
  • “Nice girls finish first” stories

…then you might enjoy Mirrors & Magic.

The main character, Neve, is a little different from my usual heroines. She’s by far the most nurturing, others-centered protagonist I’ve ever written. Compared to Neve, all of my other female leads are, frankly, sort of self-absorbed.

Greta, Lu, Matti and Pru all need occasional reminders to consider the effects of their actions on other people. Shaen, from the Belle Starr chronicles, is technically insane and fairly focused on self-preservation. Neve, on the other hand, needs a little prodding to go after her own heart’s desire. She’s still spunky, smart and strong. But at one point, someone tells Neve “You couldn’t go one day without finding someone to take care of,” and it’s not very far from the truth.

A friend noted that Neve is a bit like Elsa from FROZEN. The story is largely about her “letting go” of her fears and embracing her own power. Once she does, she ends up in a position to help others more than she could when she was hiding her abilities.

Speaking of FROZEN… if you would like to read the novella-length version of my Snow Queen story, “Bitter Cold” I suggest you act quickly and pick up Once Upon a Clockwork Tale. It’s about to go out of print very soon.

However, this is actually good news. I am in the process of expanding Bitter Cold into a full-length stand-alone novel! For anyone who wanted more of Kit and Greta, you’re about to get your wish.

Between Snow White and the Snow Queen, it’s going to be one frosty, steampunky summer…

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