You can only enter one time. Come up with your favorite three names and come back to enter them here before December 14. Put it in your calendars so you don't forget!
In addition to getting to choose the name of my villain, if your name is my favorite, you'll have some input into the villain's backstory (where she was born--can be anywhere in the world, physical ticks or pet peeves, etc).
If I like one of your names the best, you'll receive a SIGNED paperback copy of my book, in addition to one of the cute bookmarks designed by Happy Hello Co.
If you only have one name you'd like to enter, just enter a random letter/number in the other two fields. I'll get the hint :)
Your email is only collected to contact you if yours is my favorite name.
I'll try by best to choose the winner by Dec 21st.
Red (as I've called her since the beginning of this novel), is one tough B! She's the first female leader of the King's Army, and is a powerful Oracle (magician). To ascend to this role, you must kill the current leader, displaying your power and wit. She's type-A to an extreme, anal retentive, and isn't afraid to step on toes (and kill people) to get what she wants.
She's quiet, not one to yell to be heard.
Her voice is husky like Eva Green's, and has a slow cadence like Gillian Anderson's in the Hannibal TV series.
After a violent attack leaves their father in the hospital, Abigail and Benjamin Cole soon discover there’s more to their family history than mental illness.
But when fifteen-year-old Abi is abducted, she learns the attack wasn’t random. Thrust into an exotic and beautiful world part of a multi-millennial feud, she must decide who to trust in a society built on secrets. Questioning everything she’s ever known, she enlists the help of a boy connected to her in impossible ways and uncovers a dangerous secret stretching generations.
With Abi gone, seventeen-year-old Ben desperately tries to search for both his sister and his mother, but his hold on reality is fading. Something dark has latched onto him. In a race against his own failing mind, where violent hallucinations and paranoia force him to believe he’s next in line for the family curse, he learns he’s the only one that can save his family.
When darkness is coming, who do you trust?
Magic. Possession. War. Perfect for fans of Libba Bray, Cassandra Clare, and Leigh Bardugo.