Thursday, February 28, 2013

Ocean of Dust is 99 cents!


Blurb:  Fourteen-year old Lissa is snatched from her home and finds herself a slave on a trading ship traveling on a waterless ocean of nothing but gray dust. A feisty, curious and intelligent girl, her desire to explore the ship earns her the hatred of the cruel first officer, Farq.

Fascinated by the ocean of dust, Lissa becomes embroiled in its mysteries, sensing things that the crew cannot, while cryptic whispers in her head are leading her toward a destiny linked to the dust itself. Only one man aboard can help her make sense of her new talent, but can she trust him? All is not as it seems, and she must unravel the clues before it’s too late.

When a sinister plot casts her adrift on the barren ocean, her best friend is left in the hands of the treacherous crew. Everything hinges upon her courage, quick wits, and her ability to master her new talent.

Where to Buy:
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Paperback: USA | UK

Author Bio: Graeme Ing is a writer of fantasy and SF novels, both adult and YA. His first novel, Ocean of Dust is a YA fantasy. Graeme is currently working on his second book, a horror fantasy hybrid, starring a cocky, sarcastic necromancer in a world of vicious undead and political machinations.

Born in England in 1965, Graeme lives in San Diego, California. His career as a software engineer and development manager spans 25 years, including the development of a dozen computer games for consoles, home computers and online. He is also an avid D&D nerd, armchair mountaineer, astronomer, mapmaker, pilot and general geek. He and his wife, Tamara, share their house with six crazy cats.

Find Graeme on his website. He's also a fellow member of Untethered Realms.

10 comments:

  1. Sounds like an interesting story!

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  2. I love that the evil dude is called Farq. ;)

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  4. an ocean of dust, fascinating! sounds like a great fantasy story!

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  5. Sounds very interesting. You don't see many tales on the high seas (or sands), anymore :)

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  6. <3 the cover and it sounds like a good read. Thank you for posting it.

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  7. This one is on my Kindle waiting to be read. :)

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  8. I can't wait to read this book too. I have my copy, and I just won a new Kindle. I'll be reading it very soon!

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  9. Wow, the cover for this book is stunning!

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