Friday, September 21, 2012

Of angels and goats: an offer

Our publisher graciously gave permission to post an offer I've made about my novel The Wrong Enemy.

The Wrong Enemy is now available for preorder at 20% off the regular price ($4.76).

I'm offering a donation of $1 per preordered copy to Heifer International.

Heifer International is a global nonprofit with the goal of ending hunger and poverty in a sustainable fashion, usually with gifts of livestock and training. Yes, a pair of goats can get a family out of poverty. I love this organization, and I'd like my book to benefit them.

Please consider preordering the book to get both the discount and the good feeling of donating so others can truly benefit. If you don't want the book, please consider donating directly to Heifer.

The Wrong Enemy is the story of a guardian angel who killed the child he vowed to protect, an action that should have landed the angel in Hell and instead gets him…a second chance? 

And it’s not a ‘second chance’ guarding a star out in Sagittarius, either. Tabris is assigned as co-guardian over a ten-year-old girl, alongside an angel who absolutely doesn’t want Tabris anywhere near that child for fear it will happen again. The only one who does seem to want Tabris is a demon who’s making a full-court press for him to leave the God who set him up to fail -- and Tabris isn’t sure the demon’s wrong. 

Read the excerpt.
Preorder the book.

Jane Lebak's first novel The Wrong Enemy (previously The Guardian) will be re-released this October by MuseItUp Publishing! She is also the author of Seven Archangels: Annihilation(Double-Edged Publishing, 2008) and The Boys Upstairs (MuseItUp, 2010). At Seven Angels, Four Kids, One Family, she blogs about what happens when a distracted daydreamer and a gamer geek attempt to raise four children.

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