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December 21, 2014
Since it's close to the holidays, I really should be expressive of my gratitude since I don't think I am often enough! During these past few weeks since ORAS came out, I have had many new readers checking out my stuff. Thank you to all who have found me and enjoyed my writing, and thank you to the many readers I've had for (quite literally) years now!
When you're a writer, one of the coolest things that can happen is when a piece of writing affects someone so much that it elicits conversation, and I've been so honored these past few weeks to have spoken with lots of readers about some of my stories. It's a lot of fun to kind of dive into the deep end of a game that, on the surface, seems very childish (I mean, the target audience is half my age, haha).
Another really cool thing is fanart. It honestly takes my breath away whenever I see it. I've found (and was directed to) two on tumblr for Across the Sun. Both extremely beautiful pieces by wonderful artists. I'm so so honored. Please check them both out, links below.
Across the Sun fanart:
I've also had some fanart drawn for my novel, Aerosion. Links below for that, too.
A friend of mine did some cover art for the third book in the Gilded Trilogy, Aurea (be wary of spoilers on this one).
Aurea cover art:
So, check out the links, follow the artists, you name it!
I cannot express how grateful I am to have such amazing readers. Really really cool. So, thank you all for reading my fanfiction (and my novels--and my profile page, haha)! If you find any more art that I have not yet discovered, please send the links my way so I can add them here. Thanks again!
(Shameless self-advertising: As the holidays are practically here, it may be a little late for me to advertise my novels. However, do consider purchasing one, or more if you so desire, of my novels. It really helps support me as a writer, and I always love hearing what readers have to say about them!)
Lots of love,
I have an official Web site. Please visit it.
Please continue to support my original series, the Gilded Trilogy. It features three books: Aerosion, Aquarius, and Aurea. They are all available in paperback on Amazon and Barnes & Noble and for Kindle. My original novel, Hardly Perfect, is also available on Amazon and for Kindle/Nook.
I have set up distribution for the Gilded Trilogy to book retailers, libraries, etc., and it should be in effect now. You will still probably have to request the books at your local bookstores and libraries, but they should be able to order copies for you if you are interested in doing that.
Aerosion - Reagan is ready to strike back. The Aegis, an organization whose mission is to control the golden touch, is on the move, and she has no choice but to fight them if she wants to protect her family. Yet when she makes her move and attempts to kill the Aegis prince, she fails, and she's stuck with him as her guide back home. His goal, though, is not so different from her own: he wants to stop the Aegis, too. But how can she trust someone she meant to kill? Book One of the Gilded Trilogy.
Aquarius - Reagan is running out of time. King Midas had escaped with nothing but a bloody trail behind, and Reagan has no choice but to follow it. The only person to offer assistance is an old enemy, and no one, especially Terrence, can trust the former Aegis, Jack. But with no way to get to King Midas without him, Reagan has no choice but to let Jack lead her forward, and it's clear that he knows more than he is willing to share. With a man she doesn't know steering a boat she can't control, Reagan fears that she might never make it to see the end of the Aegis. Book Two of the Gilded Trilogy.
Aurea - Reagan never thought that she would join the Aegis, but that's exactly what she's doing. She has to feign ignorance if she ever wants to save her friends, and she needs King Midas's help to do just that. King Midas, after all, is the only one who holds the key to helping them. But exactly how long can she survive in the enemy's stronghold--and exactly how long can she avoid the golden touch? Book Three of the Gilded Trilogy.
Hardly Perfect - Aubrey Foster knows Nick Agrippa exists solely for the purpose of making her life miserable. So when Nick discovers that Aubrey is in love with Billy Zachary, the boy every girl in the school likes, she knows her reputation is about to fall apart all over again. But, strangely enough, Nick offers to help her, a sure sign that she can't believe him. Unfortunately, once she starts trusting him even a little, she can't seem to stop.
Pen Name: Liz Hollow
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