Newton, Mass. (PRWEB) August 18, 2014
According to Wine Press Publishing, fiction holds the top spot genre for books. From Amish romance to suspense thrillers, this genre tops all other when readers talk of sales in bookstores nationwide. Another product of this leading and captivating genre comes to light as author Tathren Charisma Nuinamon unveils the first book of her upcoming series. “The Will Worker Chronicles: Wordsmith” is a flawless blend of sorcery, mystery, thrill, and romance that will leave readers all hyped-up and excited to read the succeeding books.
Staged under the streets of Boston, the tale begins inside a hidden world where magic is used by the Under Dark, a secret society. Basil James, a frustrated young woman, finds herself in this world by accident when she bumps into the mysterious Mercutio. Trouble builds as Basil finds herself in the middle of a war between two enemy factions of will workers. How could Basil possibly come to grips with mounting danger and intrigue this secret world offers her?
Readers are all to enter the realm of magic and be drawn to the highs and lows of a brave woman’s fight to understand and overcome the dangers of the secret world beneath her feet. All are advised to prepare their hearts for an exciting adventure that will have them at the edge of their seats as Nuinamon unleashes “The Will Worker Chronicles: Wordsmith.”
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About the Author:
Tathren Nuinamon is a self-stylized crackpot who enjoys ballroom dancing, mad science, and making art in its many, varied forms. When not engrossed in the adventures that the voices in her head tell her, she spends much of her time reading, interpreting entrails, and learning new things. She dreams to one day lead the masses to their sudden but inevitable imaginations, and rekindle the childlike spirit that now seems so lost.
The Will Worker Chronicles: Wordsmith
By Tathren Charisma Nuinamon
Publication Date: 8/13/2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 292 pages; 978-1-4931-2104-5
Trade Hardback; $ 29.99; 292 pages; 978-1-4931-2105-2
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-2106-9
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