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Do you like the Mad Max movies? The thrillers of Tom Clancy and strong, kickass heroines? Then Unholy Warrior is the book for you.
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What reviewers said about Unholy Warrior:
“Unholy Warrior is a spy thriller whose main character, Rebane Nordstrom, is a badass female sniper. The story takes place in a dystopian future after World War III in the area that used to be Poland, Sweden and Finland. Rebane survives capture and torture by the enemy, but never gives up. She escapes and…
She never expected lawbreakers to take away her fear. Now she won’t rest until she uncovers all the secrets. Iskra is terrified of breaking the rules. So her world turns upside-down when a supposedly savage outlaw rescues her from a gang of deadly bandits. But as she learns more about the rebellious outsiders’ way of life, the authorities abduct her friend to ensure her silence.
Determined to search forbidden territory for her missing confidant, Iskra finds herself falling for the brave renegade willing to help her cause. But when local leaders catch wind of her whereabouts, they’ll do whatever it…
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2044: Ana, a lauded Sol e-games champion, relies on her bespoke visor to see inside the simulation to fund her anonymity and survival. But G.O’D. included a termination date in Sol, and in twelve days, it will self-destruct. Twelve scant days for Ana to identify a visor engineer for a life-changing upgrade. Her desperate search puts her in jeopardy of persecution from the same Corporations…
A reviewer said: “Miss Jäger’s talent shines through in this dystopian thriller, and Unholy Warrior is not just unstoppable action, it’s a psychological battle as the reader peers into the mind of a woman who survives unspeakable atrocities. I, for one, remained enthralled from the beginning to the unexpected breath-taking end.”
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Twenty-five years after the nuclear war, the world is still a harsh, frozen place. Second Lieutenant Rebane Nordstrom, a sniper in the ranks of a Russian elite reconnaissance unit…
Compared to the hero, a villain needs explaining on the author’s part. I suggest you design him with care to justify at least some of his vile actions. The villain is the driving force of your story’s conflict. Plain evil is boring, but an unpredictable mix of motives keeps the reader turning the next page.
I’ll call my villain “he” throughout this article just to make things easier. You can create a fantastic female villain by using the same principles. Some of the most memorable villains are female — femininity coats cruelty with an extra layer or opposites. Remember that…
A while back, I asked my Facebook group for authors, which aspect of being a writer caused the members grey hair. And that’s why this post deals with book marketing. Yes, writing the damn thing took years and cost me all my spare time! But that was nothing compared to the struggle of saying in public: “This is an excellent book, and you should read it.”
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There’s nothing wrong with selling your book (high five to the top sellers), but in this article, I’ll discuss marketing. What’s the difference, you ask…
Most books evoke a feeling the instant you look at them. In the perfect scenario, the title whips up the intrigue, and the cover has gorgeous artwork. As you read the blurb and author bio, you become convinced that you must buy this book.
The surefire elements to use in a book cover are the Main Character and the setting of your story. Most authors choose this scenario. Some book cover artists have a special gift of creating motion, but a static capture of your hero/heroine in his/her natural habitat works. …
Rebecka Jäger is a Finnish writer who studied history at the University of Helsinki and screenwriting at Aalto University’s Department of Film.