SNOWBOUND: The SNOWED Sequel Being Released September 8, 2018

I’m incredibly excited to announce that SNOWBOUND: Book 2 in the Bloodline of Yule Trilogy will be coming out September 8, 2018 from Ghede Press! This is the sequel to SNOWED, which won the 2016 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Young Adult Novel and was nominated for the 2017 Anthony Award for Best Children’s/Young Adult Novel.

SNOWBOUND: Book 2 in the Bloodline of Yule Trilogy

The events of that deadly Christmas night changed Charity, her friends, and the entire world forever. Since then, Charity has been dreaming about a set of latitude and longitude coordinates in the Arctic Ocean where she believes Aidan has been taken by his monstrous father, Krampus. Driven by revenge and desire, Charity harnesses trickery, technology, and questionable resources to lead her team to those coordinates to kill Krampus and save Aidan. What she encounters on and beneath the ice nearly destroys her. But when Charity discovers Aidan’s shocking fate, she makes a fatal mistake that starts a countdown to environmental apocalypse. Can she stop the clock? Or will humanity pay the ultimate price?

Release Date: September 8, 2018

Ghede Press

With over 20 years of professional marketing and fiction writing experience, I realized it was time to apply my expertise to my own indie publishing company. With the critical acclaim of both Mr. Wicker and especially Snowed, I decided this was the place to start. Also, many people in my crime writing family have urged me to publish my Detective Henry Cake crime satire series, starting with the first book, No Rhyme Goes Unpunished. This sort of niche writing can more easily find its audience online. Ghede Press is perfect for that. No Rhyme will be coming out sometime in early 2019. Stay tuned!

All of my other YA fiction is represented by Alex Slater at Trident Media Group. Thanks so much for your support!

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