Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Featured Indie Book: Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow (L. L. Muir)


Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow (LL Muir)

Featured Indie Book on Indie Author News is the Paranormal YA Fiction Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow by L. L. Muir. The Book has been self-published via Smashwords and Amazon CreateSpace and KDP Select and is available as Paperback (310 pages, 70,000 words) or as eBook for Kindle.


Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow (L. L. Muir)
-Book 1 of The Angels of Somerled-

Book Description

Jamison is crushing on the new girl next door. Bad news-the neighbors are Somerled cult-members killing off their own. Worse news-she's next in line for sacrifice. Jamison will have to rise above the coward he thinks he is to get to the bottom of it all.



Something is drastically wrong with Skye. She's experiencing emotions like the mortal teenager she's pretending to be. When she finally asks the right questions, she finds answers that will rock the Somerled world...

...and none of her options include Jamison, the boy who has stolen the heart she was never meant to have.

L. L. Muir about the Book: "I can say that the book is an escape book along the lines of BEAUTIFUL CREATURES. [...] I'm driven to get it into the hands of those young adults who are searching for a book they can sink their heart into. That's the kind of book I'm always looking for [...].

The reasons why readers of all ages will like 'Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow': There are angels, explosions, conspiracies, missing persons, some cool powers, a very unique premise, an old Scot with a clever wit, death, revelations, and a bit of happily ever after sewn up inside a wickedly black moment. You'll wish you could read faster."

About the Author

L.L. Muir lives with Superman in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains. They are raising numerous super-heroes for society, but none will wear tights. Currently, she writes Scottish & Regency historicals and paranormal fiction for both adult and young adult readers.

Her hobbies are:
*stalking kilt-wearers at the local Scottish Festival and Highland Games.
*making up stories about those kilt-wearers
*trying to get the men in her life to wear kilts

L. L. Muir also published Going Back For Romeo -a Scottish Time Travel Romance, and Lord Fool To The Rescue -a Regency Novella, in December 2011. They're both on best-seller lists and selling so much better than she ever dreamed. Next will be a full-length Regency romance called Blood For Ink -The Scarlet Plumiere Series, a female Robin Hood story, then the sequel to Romeo, then the sequel to Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow, called Freaking off the Grid. L.L. Muir: "I write full time, and my fingers are fast."

You can find all her latest news and releases on L.L. Muir's Website and connect with L.L. Muir via Twitter.



Links to the Author and the Book

Link to L. L. Muir's Website

Connect with L. L. Muir on Twitter: @LLMuir

Link to the Book Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow on Amazon with Excerpt

Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow (LL Muir)


6 comments:

Wendy S. Hales said...

I've read other stories by LL Muir and loved them. Can't wait to read this one too. Love the cover!

Msterbenz said...

LL Muir is a talented creative writer. Love her work.

L.L. Muir said...

Thanks Wendy and Marie!
Flattery is highly underrated.

Hope you like it.

Mary said...

I have this one one my TBR list--already downloaded to my kindle--can't wait to read it. I loved her Going back to Romeo. If you haven't read that, you MUST.
Mary

L.L. Muir said...

Thanks Mary!
And I'm so glad you liked ROMEO.

Anonymous said...

I just finished this book and I really can't wait to get my hands on the sequel. I couldn't help but keep turning the pages as each emotion was pulled out of me. I laughed, cried, feared and never wanted it to end.

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