Tuesday, November 6, 2012

TEASER TUESDAY!


Hardcover, 384 pages
Expected publication: November 13th 2012 by G.P. Putnam's Sons BYR


"He growls, flashing his fangs.
I recoil, my mind bursting with images from the night Father died: fangs dripping with venom, a pool
of dark blood, my father’s face contorted with pain.
I hear someone whimper and realize it’s me.
Ash steps back, alarmed. “I wasn’t going to bite you.”

(Black City, Natalie, page 75)



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Author Bio:
Elizabeth Richards is an award-winning journalist, who spent her early career reviewing videogames before making the bold (or crazy) move into travel writing, despite suffering from terrible travel sickness.
In her spare time, she ran a successful lifestyle website aimed at teenage girls, where she got to interview many of her favourite bands, go to gigs and basically blag loads of free swag all in the name of ‘research’.
Elizabeth lives in Buckinghamshire, England, with her husband. Black City is her debut novel.



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 "I don’t know much, but this is what I’ve learned. You’ll fall for the last person you ever thought you’d be interested in. That’s 
the tricky part. You might not even notice her at first. And she usually comes around just when you’ve stopped looking. But if you pay attention, you’ll know it’s her because she’ll stand out from everybody else. She might even scare you. But if you’re lucky enough to meet this girl, be smart enough to realize it and try not to screw it up.”








"I try to think of a word that defines Dylan. She isn’t cute. Or pretty. Or hot. She’s like an abstract painting—something that catches your eye and forces you to stop and study it, but it’s difficult to label what you see. All you know is you’re staring at something unique. It’s interesting for a while, but now I want a girl who attempts to be feminine, who’s going to college and has realistic goals. Besides, why waste my time wanting the one woman I can never have?"


 






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