The audio producer John York brought this great performance in a format you can carry around on your phone. Technology, right?
Aura is a celebrity from a young age, simply because her dad is famous. Yet, she wants none of that. Expected to follow in his footsteps, she goes to music school and fails miserably, while their company keeps up the charade. But when she sees a group of Amazons, a bunch of wild women defying all rules, she’s instantly hooked, and wants to know more.
The only problem is, she has to switch corporations. And one just doesn’t do that.
The Girl Who Twisted Fate’s Arm is my first novel. I’m up to my third, in case you’re wondering. It’s not without its flaws but I love it and want to keep it as it is. Gritty, dirty, exciting, naughty, foul-mouthed, packed full of action.
The cover is made by Peterpunk, and I absolutely love it. It captures the smugness and the attitude Aura exhibits in the story.
The book series is called The Road Demands Tribute. The other stories will follow Aura as she keeps on figuring out the world around her, and what a world that is. Gods, guns, tech, money, power, fame, all clashing together like tidal forces, and with little-old Aura right in the middle of it all.