*SINGS* Happy Book-Birthday To Me!

Hey, gang! Just a quick note to announce that the latest story in my Moonsongs series, Dragon's Game, is officially on the market!

It's a paranormal tale of budding romance, friendship, and of course, dragons. Like all of the stories in the series, this one is moderate in length (under 15k words), but big on action, humor, and thrills. (Maybe even a few chills, too.)

It was a real blast to write, and I hope those of you who read it will have just as much fun running alongside my favorite tomahawk wielding, purple faux-hawked heroine as I do. 

Special thanks to my friend Melissa for all of her help getting this one whipped into shape. :)

Also, thank you SO much to everyone who shared my cover last week (or shared the shares ;)... I was in Oklahoma for most of the week (back in Cali now), and I can't tell you how much better you made my trip. The Anthology sale was also a success, and I know I owe a lot of that to you all as well.

Speaking of, Amazon still has the Anthology discounted to .99 -- so you can get the entire series-to-date for less than $2. (I've no clue how long they'll keep it at that price ... The Amazon kind of does what it wants. :)

As for today's baby, Dragon's Game is currently available at AMAZON and BARNES & NOBLE for .99 cents.


Jenny Moonsong recently inherited the title of "monster hunter" and an ancient tribal journal/how-to manual passed down by her Apache ancestors. She has already faced a werewolf, witches, and a troll. But nothing could prepare her for her latest confrontation...

Dragon's Game, Moonsongs Book 4, finds Jenny out of her rural West Texas element, searching for an evil witch in an urban Houston nightclub. After attempting to help a handsome and mysterious stranger out of a jam, she finds herself on the run from a ruthless gang who are even more dangerous than they initially appear.

Forced into a twisted game of life and death, Jenny must navigate the complexity of a budding relationship, and somehow survive a night filled with unexpected horror and paranormal mystery.

Dragon's Game is approximately 14,000 words or 45 pages of humor, horror and paranormal mystery. It is the fourth volume of the Moonsongs Books, an ongoing series of New Adult, urban fantasy novelettes by author E.J. Wesley.

~Moonsongs Series List~

Blood Fugue, Moonsongs Book 1
Witch's Nocturne, Moonsongs Book 2
Dark Prelude, Moonsongs Book 3
Dragon's Game, Moonsongs Book 4

Moonsongs, Anthology 1 (Collecting books 1, 2, & 3)

Quick Shouts About Book 4
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New Release: Dragon's Game by @EJWesley - #urbanfantasy #horror #newadult #series http://tinyurl.com/kodn9te

Action, humor, romance, and paranormal thrills - Dragon's Game by @EJWesley http://tinyurl.com/kodn9te #newrelease #kindlebooks #fiction

Halloween Reads - Dragon's Game by @EJWesley - approx 14k words of humor, horror and paranormal mystery. http://tinyurl.com/kodn9te #kindle







35 comments:

  1. Congratulations, EJ! Off to purchase...

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  2. Yay!! Can't wait to read it. :)
    Will Tweet now.

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  3. Have Tweet - will read :)

    PS... welcome back to Cali, and can we get a Freeway World Series anytime soon :)

    Go Angels :)

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  4. Yay! Happy day! Tweeted and G+ed this post. (Is that a verb now?!)

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  5. LOVE that cover. I think that one is my favorite. If I were you, I'd blow that up and make a poster of it for the wall in your work area. Now off to get my download. :))

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  6. Hi, E.J.,
    Haven't read anything with an Apache heroine. Gotta check that out.

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    1. Thanks JL! I grew up in Oklahoma and did a lot of my graduate research with the native tribes there, so it seemed like a cool angle to base a series around. :)

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  7. Congratulations on your release, EJ!

    In regards to your commentt, I'll be occasionally reviewing classic movies at my blog, and some more recent ones, periodically. Started earlier in the month with Princess Bride.

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  8. There's dragons now???? That's so cool!!!!!!

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  9. I just snagged it on Amazon. Can't wait to read it! Congrats, E.J.

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  10. Happy birthday, EJ!

    Hugs and chocolate!

    Shared your great news.

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  11. Boy, am I late to the party. Well, I'll climb on the table and serenade you anyway.
    Congratulations, EJ!!!

    And thanks for the shout-out. ;)

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  12. Congratulations!!!! Dragon's Game sounds awesome! :D

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  13. Awesome! I'll be reading my copy for Halloween! Muhahahahaha ....

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  14. Wooo hooo!! You, Cherie, and I are sharing a book brithday. I think Nicole, too. Hope you sell oodles, EJ!

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  15. Congrats EJ! Oh, this is the perfect arrival~ I am thrilled for you!

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  16. Oh the book birthday! What a wonderful day :D Enjoy it! The story sounds like fun! i don't think I've run across any other purple faux hawked heroines ... ever! And that's very cool. Thanks for stopping by my place the other day!

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    1. Thanks Jen! Always enjoy your posts. :)

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  17. Congrats! I was more than happy to help. I just downloaded the Anthology, which was £1.27 on Amazon UK - still a great price!

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    1. Awesome! Thanks so much, Nick! Really appreciate it. :)

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  18. Congrats and happy book birthday!!!

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  19. Woot! Congrats to your newest release, E.J.! :)

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  20. Good for you, E.J., and good luck with the whole Moonsong series.

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  21. Happy Book-Birthday. :)) Wow. You've certainly got lots of great things happening in your corner. Congrats on all your successes!

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  22. Late to the party, but still going to use this obnoxiously loud noisemaker. Woohoo! :D

    Congrats!

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  23. I can't wait to read this one. I'm sure it's as good as the other books of yours.

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