Sunday, March 02, 2014

Featured Indie Book: Pigments of My Imagination (Angela Kulig)


Pigments of My Imagination (Angela Kulig)
Featured Indie Book on Indie Author News: Young Adult / Suspense / Paranormal Pigments of My Imagination (Soul Painters) by Angela Kulig.

If you haven't read Pigments of My Imagination go into it like you're reading a thriller but looking for romance - like you are trying to unravel some great mystery and you might have missed half the clues. The author doesn't leave you a trail of bread crumbs. You might not realize some things are important, you might have to look off the path.

The Book has been self-published via Green Envy Press and is available as eBook and Paperback - 326 pages - released in September 2013.

About the Book

A dozen lifetimes ago, Lucia started a war--but when this book begins she has no idea. Her memories are fluid things, and her story is a river. Sometimes, things come to Lucia like the light and musical trickle of the slowest stream; sometimes it crashes and rages, and still more times it's completely dammed off.

There are things about Lucia's new life at Bayside Art Academy that seem so right, but there are even more things that are tormenting and wrong. Bayside should be the kind of place Lucia has always dreamed of, but it's simply a front. It's the facade of an old organization, that has birthed both masterpiece and modern invention, and Lucia is the nucleus of it all--if she could only remember.

While old rivals look for new ways to end an ancient feud, Lucia is entirely consumed by something else: emotions, some that drive her to the point of madness; and others as familiar as the deepest scar. If there is only one thing Lucia knows with absolute certainty, it's that she is in love with Leo--and has been before.

Pigments of My Imagination (Angela Kulig)
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This book is like a painting--made up of many tiny strokes. Thick strokes, and daubs, with angle brushes, and single bristles. The beauty is in the details, and if you miss one, you've missed everything.

Reviews (Excerpts)

- "PIGMENTS OF MY IMAGINATION is a complex and suspenseful novel, filled with love, betrayal, and mysticism...I enjoyed PIGMENTS OF MY IMAGINATION and by the end I was very attached to the characters. Give this book a try and I think you'll be happily surprised." " - The Bibliophilic Book Blog

- "PoMI is unlike any book you've ever read. No really, if you can find me a book that is legitimately similar I'll give you a cookie or something, but mostly I'll just be very surprised. It's original [...] I encourage you to read it, you'll never see anything else like it anywhere, trust me. This is art. This is magic. This is Angela Kulig at her finest." - Eric Townsend - Frodo's Reviews

- "[...] The story involves strong friendship, family love, passionate romance and the accomplishment of a quest that have been started lives ago. It has action, romance, somewhat humorous touch to it and above all the mystery is pulsing and will make you anxious to know the truth, the suspense was eerie too.
A great experience from my side and hope that you all would like it as much as I did. Happy reading!"
- CUTEsatarupa (Amazon)

- "[...] I couldn't put it down. I will definitely recommend it to all my friends! Can't wait for Angela's next book!" - Sheryl (Amazon)

- "[...] I think that Angela Kulig has done a great job of writing a fantastic book, which will grab and hold the attention of many readers. If you haven't read PoMI I recommend giving it a read. " - Lou (Amazon)


About the Author


Author Angela Kulig
Author Angela Kulig

Angela Kulig is an American gypsy, and former pirate.

She has been from sea to shining sea--and though she is currently trapped in the desert against her will, she escapes everyday in the form of many books.





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Link to the Paperback Pigments of My Imagination with Excerpt on Amazon

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Pigments of My Imagination (Angela Kulig)