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Friday, June 27, 2014

Effigy

Today I am proud and a little bit surprised (okay, maybe more like shocked), to show off M.J. Fifield's bright shiny new cover for her upcoming book, Effigy. (If you follow her blog, and you should, you'd understand the surprise part.)

I can't wait to read this one myself.

The book will be released on July 22nd. The cover art was done by Ravven. I think it's stunning: 


Effigy

The survival of a once-mighty kingdom rests in the hands of its young queen, Haleine CoileĆ”in, as it slowly succumbs to an ancient evil fueled by her husband’s cruelty.

A sadistic man with a talent for torture and a taste for murder, he is determined to burn the land and all souls within. Haleine is determined to save her kingdom and, after a chance encounter, joins forces with the leader of the people’s rebellion. She gives him her support, soon followed by her heart.

Loving him is inadvertent but becomes as natural and necessary as breathing. She lies and steals on his behalf, doing anything she can to further their cause. She compromises beliefs held all her life, for what life will exist if evil prevails?

Her journey leads to a deceiving world of magic, monsters, and gods she never believed existed outside of myth. The deeper she goes, the more her soul is stripped away, but she continues on, desperate to see her quest complete. If she can bring her husband to ruin and save her people, any sacrifice is worth the price—even if it means her life.


About The Author: 
Armed with a deep and lasting love of chocolate, purple pens, and medieval weaponry, M.J. Fifield is nothing if not a uniquely supplied insomniac. When she isn’t writing, she’s on the hunt for oversized baked goods or shiny new daggers. M.J. lives with a variety of furry creatures—mostly pets—in New Hampshire. Effigy is her first novel.

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3 comments:

M.J. Fifield said...

I'm still a little surprised/shocked myself. But it had to happen sometime, right?

Thanks for having me on the blog today! It's much appreciated.

Liza said...

Congratulations! Lovely cover, intriguing story, and since it's being released on my birthday, I'm wishing you happy book birthday, too!

M.J. Fifield said...

Hey, happy birthday, Liza!