Friday, December 5, 2014

Now scheduling a two week tour for The Relics of Gods by Yeyu

Now scheduling a two week tour for The Relics of Gods by Yeyu

This tour will run Jan 5-19 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling reviews, guest blogs, interviews, and spotlight stops

pdf available for reviewers 

To participate in this tour please send:

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The Relics of Gods
Between Heaven and Earth
Book One

Genre: Fantasy
Chinese Historical/Mythology/Paranormal High Fantasy

Publisher: DSP Publications

Date of Publication: January 6th, 2015

ISBN: 978-1-62798-778-3

Number of pages: 340
Word Count: 119,000

Cover Artist: Reese Dante

Book Description:

What is worse: Being so broke you can barely afford food, getting hired for dangerous missions way out of your league, suffocating under mountains of unanswered questions—or wanting to sexually dominate someone who can kill you without lifting a finger?

Lu Delong is a mercenary who evaluates antiques most of the time, and deals with the paranormal on rare occasions—even though it’s supposed to be the other way around. When he joins a dangerous quest for an ancient artifact, he meets and becomes strongly attracted to a mysterious and powerful immortal named Cangji. Despite his friends’ warnings and Cangji’s icy, unsociable demeanor, Delong is unable to resist befriending him. However, Cangji is deeply involved in a matter beyond mortals, and Delong is drawn into a chaotic struggle by both visible and invisible forces.

Always the pacifist who wanted to live a simple human life, Delong never imagined he’d end up involved in a conflict that will affect everything from the lowest insects on earth to the highest gods in heaven.

About the Author:

Yeyu wrote her first story when she was 7, and she has been creating stories on-and-off ever since, be it writing fanfiction or drawing original manga. She finally ventured into writing original fiction in high school, and stuck with the form.

Most of Yeyu’s childhood was spent overseas, but by the age of 16 she moved back to the small East Asian island most commonly known as Taiwan, where she was born.

When Yeyu isn’t writing in her spare time, she is probably reading, gaming, or sleeping. No cats, sadly.

Twitter: @QiuxiaoYeyu

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