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Friday 23 April 2010


I would like to thank Storywings for hosting the Missy Jane contest which made it possible for me to win They Call Me Death by Missy Jane!

About They Call Me Death:
Humans are no longer at the top of the food chain…

My name is Alexia Williams. In my world, North America is divided between north and south—but not the way it’s taught in the history books.

After losing my family to the shifters, I joined the Combined Human States Army. Now I find myself on the front lines, defending the wall between my species and theirs. My mission is simple: keep the animals on their side by whatever means necessary—and I’m good at it. I don’t talk to them. I don’t sympathize with them. I sure as hell don’t admire them…until one saves my life.

Andor isn’t like any shifter I’ve ever met. He’s a three-hundred-year-old golden eagle asking for help finding missing shifters who may be in my lands. I just have to decide between helping the animals or ignoring signs that my fellow humans aren’t what I thought they were. But how can I help a species I hate and fear? Even if Andor makes me feel alive again?

In the land of the shifters…they call me Death.
Source: Info in the About They Call Me Death was taken from the author's website at http://msmissyjane.com/shape_shifters on 23/04/2010.

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Tales of Whimsy said...

Cool! The girl on the cover reminds me of Kat Von D

Cheryl said...

Oh this book sounds great!

Tales of Whimsy said...

I have something you should see:


Lori said...

I want to read this book. I hope that you will enjoy it. :)

Darlyn said...

So great! Congratulations!

Wings said...

enjoy hun!

thanks for the shout out :D

Author Missy Jane said...

Wow, just seeing this post for the first time. Congrats on winning and I hope you like it. If not, feel free to let me know :-)
-Missy Jane

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