Tuesday, November 18, 2014

WIPpet Wednesday: Countdown

Torn Asunder ~ a Christian suspense with a strong romantic element. Two North Korean refugees return to the most hostile mission field in the world as undercover missionaries. Available for preorder now for 99 cents, or free to anyone who makes a donation to Liberty in North Korea's underground railroad for refugees.

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Simon struggled against his iron restraints. “Let her go!”

Hannah sucked in her breath. General Sin still glared at Simon. “This is your last chance. Give me the names, and I'll release her unharmed.”

Simon’s field of vision blurred over. He wanted to scream. The metal from his handcuffs sliced open his wrists. He envisioned himself breaking free and tackling the general to the ground.

“Better talk.” General Sin yawned. “I hate getting my uniform messy.”

Hannah’s hand trembled, but she didn’t make a noise.

“Three …”

Simon clenched his jaw, unable to tear his face away from Hannah’s wide, terrified eyes.

“Two …”

“Stop!” He tried to leap out of his chair.

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Liberty in North Korea: Get Torn Asunder free when you donate here. Want to help spread the word? Are you willing to share about my fundraiser on social media, on your blog, or on an email list on December 22 when Torn Asunder is released? Sign up here.

15 comments:

  1. I love the cover :-) The snippet was also electrifying - it drew me in to the drama. Congratulations on your upcoming release.

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  2. The cover is excellent. Very nicely done, and I agree with Shan's comments on it. Count me in on helping out on the 22nd, as well.

    And once again, a great, tension-filled excerpt. Such a terrible position to be in, and you bring that through very well.

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    1. Thanks so much! I will get you more info on the blog stuff soon

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  3. Love the cover. I love the color mixed in with the B&W.
    Wonderful excerpt too. Really brings the moment to life. Especially with reading the line on the cover.

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    1. Thanks Adrian, that tagline took me forever. Still not sure I love it, but it was the best I could settle on. :)

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  4. Gah, I think this book is going to kill me. For real, this time.

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    1. good thing you have magic and healers and such in your back pocket then!! (you know, just in case)

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  5. Yeah. That rain in November thing. *shudder* It's like the world turned upside-down.

    *sniffle, sigh* Poor, poor Hannah and Simon. =0( You're so mean to them.

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  6. I love the cover! It looks great! And the snippet was fantastic, really evocative!
    Fun fact: It's raining in Adelaide right now, which is highly unusual considering it's almost summer and therefore should be 35 degrees (95 degree fahrenheit)!!

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  7. Count me in to help! My blog space is yours that day.

    I love, love, love the cover. I think the combination of the black & white with the red is stunning.

    Great snippet. What raw emotion there. My heart was pounding at the end, wondering what Simon would do.

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  8. What a gorgeous cover, and haunting excerpt. I agree with other comments - something about that black and white splashed with red. Beautiful.

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