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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Book Feature: Sugar Rush by Kimber An

Today we're featuring a book from a book blogger turned published author. I must say I'm pretty impressed when I see bloggers who become authors, like Kimber An. A lot of book bloggers I know (including myself) are aspiring writers and wants to be published someday. I say we can have Kimber as an inspiration! Four years of hardwork, and now she has this!

Now, I shine the spotlight on Kimber's book, Sugar Rush.

Title: Sugar Rush
Author: Kimber An
Pages: 221
Buy the book: Decadent Publishing | Amazon


Running and screaming will have to wait. A blood-sucking dead guy may be a vampire to you, but he’s an alien/human hybrid to Ophelia and she really must examine his olfactory nerve under a microscope first.

Ophelia longs to be free, free of Diabetes, free of her ex-boyfriend, free to live. Something transformed Martin and made her his drug. If he has his way, she’ll never achieve the freedom to learn his true nature and origin.

Adrian’s the new guy in school. He faked his identity to get close to Ophelia, because he knew the monsters who took his Diabetic sister would try to take her too. Then, he’d have them. But, he knew better than to get too close.

Oh, yeah, he did. Seriously.

I am very curious about this YA Paranormal book. :) I always love finding new books to read, and this looks very promising and interesting. A bit of trivia for everyone, Sugar Rush is set in Kimber's home state, Alaska! This is also the first book in the Ophelia Dawson Chronicles. Yes, its going to be a series.

About the author:

Kimber An never had enough books when she was a kid and the ones she had didn’t turn out the way she wanted. And so she started writing her own. She also loved babies a lot, but didn’t know how to talk to boys. Instead, she became a nanny and took care of other people’s babies. Finally, she moved to Alaska where she met a boy who understood getting whacked in the head with a wadded up piece of paper meant true love. She married him and now she reads books to her own babies, and is living happily ever after.

Find Kimber online: Her Book Blog | Website

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Kai and Tin! It means so much to have the support of my fellow bloggers. If you have aspirations of publication, just keep going. If you give up, you won't achieve your dream. If you keep going, you just might. I have all my writer's resources listed on my main site, I am still very much a student of the writer's craft, but am happy to share the resources that helped me along the way. You're already doing the best thing READING! Read voraciously and write, write, WRITE! There is no such thing as a bad story. At the very least, every bit of writing you do is excellent *practice* for the next bit.


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