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oneweirdauthor

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Death by Cake FREE on Barnes and Noble and SW
« on: July 10, 2012, 01:07 AM »
Death by Cake is now FREE at Barnes and Noble!
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That's right, one click to check it out. However, I must warn you, it's bizarre.

Warning! Foul language can be used. This book is a dark piece of comedy fiction, but the series is romantic as a whole. If you take it seriously, you will fry your brain. Not for children. Also, reading story may make you actually crave sweets.

Hippie hero, death by sweets, never ending childhood for young and old, and an interesting hit on the newest resident? Welcome to Lost Secret girls and boys!

Shari Kari is in trouble. She just broke up with her boyfriend, but now he's got a hit on her. Her supportive sister tells her to get out of Calibri City and into a small safe town: Lost Secret. Famous for being the one-stop drop town for the rich and famous' children. No crime. Where even adults act like children. She finds a friend in Timothy Varmen, and a semi-happy life, until her special condition gets out of control.

Ezekiel is the town's hero. While acting like a big child himself, he's taken on the extra duty of trying to 'save' the new local resident, whether she likes it or not.

In this town, a man must learn to grow up, and a woman must learn to grow down. Scandals, inhibitions, temptations...

A story of childhood...that's not for children.


Book 1 of 3

Book 2 Death by Cupcake is now available, and Book III Death by Sweet Tarts should be available in a couple of months. This trilogy is a romance put all together, so for romance lovers check it out if you don't mind dark comedy. You go through a lot of strife for the eventual couple, so when it finally comes together, in Book III I try to give the best romance ending I can.

And for non romance lovers, it's still just a really good book if you like weird death and situations. It is dark comedy though:
Dark Comedy=Black Comedy.

Black Comedy is according to wikipedia: The term black humor (from the French humour noir) was coined by the Surrealist theoretician André Breton in 1935,[7][8] to designate a sub-genre of comedy and satire[9][10] in which laughter arises from cynicism and skepticism,[7][11] often relying on topics such as death.[12][13]

Synopsis and covers have been redone to help find the correct audience. Because when normal people who like normal stories run into this series I definitely hear about it. It's not a light-hearted romantic comedy. OK, I think you have been sufficiently warned.

I also have a trailer for it now. Nothing big. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

For those who can't shop at B&N, it's also on smashwords (You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login) and should be available at other places too including Kobo and Sony. It gets around, so if it has a pricetag at other places, it will eventually go free.

Everywhere except Amazon of course. They rarely pricematch my things.
 

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Offline Lexie

Re: Death by Cake FREE on Barnes and Noble and SW
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2012, 01:16 AM »
I love sweets! And thank you for this free book! :) You're awesome!
 

oneweirdauthor

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Re: Death by Cake FREE on Barnes and Noble and SW
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2012, 06:54 AM »
Your welcome, I hope you enjoy. It gets two kinds of receptions:
1. I am buying both books! So different!
2. OMG This hurts my head! Never again!!

If you can handle something like Alice in Wonderland with dark grownup twists, your head will be fine. If your brain starts to hurt, I urge you to put down the book. Your head will thank you.
 

Offline Lexie

Re: Death by Cake FREE on Barnes and Noble and SW
« Reply #3 on: July 10, 2012, 06:56 AM »
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Your welcome, I hope you enjoy. It gets two kinds of receptions:
1. I am buying both books! So different!
2. OMG This hurts my head! Never again!!

If you can handle something like Alice in Wonderland with dark grownup twists, your head will be fine. If your brain starts to hurt, I urge you to put down the book. Your head will thank you.

LOL! I'll try. Hopefully it wouldn't make my head hurts. :P
 

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