June is an important month in Australia.
The 1st is officially winter and it’s my birthday month. Yes, if you’re interested in Astrology, I’m a Gemini and yes, I do have a split personality, lol. Plus, it was the Queen’s birthday too, but ‘they’ changed that to September from this year. I liked it in June because the long weekend always fell on or around my birthday.
So to celebrate my birthday month, I popped into Amazon and reduced Curse Book 1 of the Wexkia trilogy to $0.99 USD.
Nell’s family reveals the frightening truth of her alien heritage. If that information wasn’t alarming enough, Nell’s life somersaults as ever-increasing evidence proves her family wrong. She is something else.
She must now decide how far she will go to discover her truth.
With friend Sam by her side, she travels to an alien world where she must defend herself against her enemies and find a secret book that contains the truth about her ancestry – whatever that may be!
Author, Dale Furse takes us on a fantastic adventure to a world inhabited by bizarre beings. Confused by her life-changing experiences and facing an uncertain future, who can Nell trust to help her?
Some review snippets:
Renaissance Writer Blog “The strength in this writing is in the description, especially of scenes and their emotional impact on the characters, and thus on the reader.”
A Book Blog from Ecuador “An exciting start traps the reader right from the beginning. It then continues throughout the whole book with much excitement and some of the best descriptions I have come across in a while.”
By RAL in the West ” This book was an amazing fantasy ride, full of unique characters and vivid scenes”
By L. Collins “”Curse” is a wonderfully imaginative and engaging coming-of-age novel that mixes science fiction, fantasy and action/adventure into one spellbinding tale.”
By Veritas Vincit “Bill” “First of all, it is one of the most unpredictable books that I’ve read in a long time, simply in the sense that there weren’t any of the tell-tale plot twists or hackneyed story lines, even in a genre like fantasy/sci-fi that does tend to use similar conventions.”