Thursday, 14 February 2013

New Release: Blood by Tara Maya

Today I’m excited to join the blog tour for Blood, the sixth book in Tara Maya’s The Unfinished Song series. As a part of this tour I have promised to feature both a release day announcement and a guest post by the author. Today is the day of the book's release!

Blood by Tara Maya
The Unfinished Song book 6
Buy links: Kobo | Smashwords | Amazon | B&N

Book Summary
Publisher: Misque Press; 1 edition (February 14, 2013)

Dindi and Umbral have an uneasy truce, forced to work together to defeat a greater enemy: the Bone Whistler. The Bone Whistler’s scheme to sacrifice humanity and resurrect the Aelfae will culminate during an eclipse on the spring equinox…in three days.

Their fragile alliance may not withstand the terrors they face. Dindi hides as a clown, but even disguised, her dancing draws the eye of the Bone Whistler himself. She will have to defy him alone, for Umbral has his own troubles.

Finnadro, who has hunted Umbral for a year, finally catches up with him… determined to punish Umbral for all his black deeds.

Life and death, spring and autumn, human and faery, are all reeling out of balance, and these three days will determine the fate of all Faearth.

WELCOME TO FAEARTH…where humans are trapped between the immortal fae and the minions of Death. But one woman and the warrior who loves her will defy every taboo to protect their people.

This is the sixth book in The Unfinished Song epic fantasy series. Haven’t read the other books yet? Come taste the world of Faearth... The first book is available right now for FREE.

The Unfinished Song (Book 1): Initiate | Amazon
The Unfinished Song (Book 2): Taboo | Amazon
The Unfinished Song (Book 3): Sacrifice | Amazon
The Unfinished Song (Book 4): Root | Amazon
The Unfinished Song (Book 5): Wing | Amazon

About the Author

Tara Maya has lived in Africa, Europe and Asia. She’s pounded sorghum with mortar and pestle in a little clay village where the jungle meets the desert, meditated in a Buddhist monastery in the

Himalayas and sailed the Volga River to a secret city that was once the heart of the Soviet space program. This first-hand experience, as well as research into the strange and piquant histories of lost civilizations, inspires her writing. Her terrible housekeeping, however, is entirely the fault of pixies.

Social Media Presence
Twitter | Tweet about Blood! Use #TUSBlood.
Be sure to come back tomorrow for the guest post I will be sharing with all of you. It will be great!

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