THE HARPY IS ON GOODREADS!

TODAY’S BREW: Iced coffee–black like my soul.

By Jolene

You’re probably thinking, Who the hell are you? Where’s Julie?! What have you done with her? Don’t worry, I’m just the friendly ghost in her attic, all Devon-Sawa-in-Casper-dreamy, floating in to tell you that Julie’s newest book, The Harpy, is UP ON GOODREADS!

This is not a drill.

The cover is yet to be revealed but you can read the blurb below. Also, Julie is planning a cover reveal to her mailing list first, so if you want to be the first to see her beautiful, gorgeous, stunning cover of The Harpy, make sure your cute butt is signed up for her mailing list! Until then, here’s a little bit more about The Harpy, out in October 2018.

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Charity Blake survived a nightmare. Now she is one.

Punk-rock runaway Charity Blake becomes a Harpy at night—a treacherous mythical monster who preys upon men just like the ones who abused her. Struggling through an endless stream of crappy coffee shop jobs, revolted stares, and self-isolation during the day, Charity longs to turn into the beast at night. Doing the right thing in all the wrong ways suits her.

But a Harpy’s life belongs in Hell—the gruesome Wood of Suicides, where the Harpy queen offers Charity just what she’s looking for: a home where she can reign supreme and leave behind the agony of her past. The choice to stay in Hell would be easy, were it not for a rock-and-roll neighbor who loves her for the woman she is—even when he discovers the creature she becomes—and unexpected new friends with their own deranged pasts and desires who see Charity as their savior. But salvation isn’t in the cards for Charity. Not when her friends see through her vicious attitude and fall in love with her power as the Harpy. 

Struggling between the life of an injured outcast and the grizzly champion of a blood-red hellscape, Charity must thwart her friends’ craving for her power enough to fear her corruption—and determine once and for all where her salvation lies: in eternal revenge or mortal love.

Add The Harpy on Goodreads!

If you’re still scared and wondering where Julie is, you can still check in and say hi to her on Twitter. Life man, it’s crazy. ;P

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