Happy Saturday, Arrowheads! I’ve got a special surprise for y’all today. My author friend, Jes Drew, is celebrating the release of a new book soon, and today she’s revealing the cover! Without further ado, let’s take a look at the synopsis for Kristian Clark and the Agency Trap Book 2.5: Ruptured Reality (and other stories), and then I’ll reveal the breathtaking cover!
Kristian Clark and the Agency Trap, Book 2.5: Ruptured Reality
Warning: This Synopsis Contains Spoilers! Read at Your Own Risk if You Haven’t Read Books 1 and 2!
I’d tell you I love you… But then you’d make me change the baby’s diaper.
Kristian Clark can go undercover for months on end, combat multiple enemies at once, and even teleport through dimensions. He should be ready for everything. But having a newborn child… is a little outside his skill set.
And the universe isn’t ready for little Shannon either. The tentative layers of the universe begins to peel apart and his adopted son gets pulled through a portal in the hospital.
Along with an angry wife and reunited best friend, Kristian travels the dimensions to find his son and somehow find a way to save reality without giving up his little girl.
Also includes seven other stories and illustrations.
All profit goes to charity.
Now, drumroll please!
Isn’t the cover gorgeous?! Gah, I’m so happy for you, Jes! Her cover was created by the talented Victoria Cooper over at Victoria Cooper Art. I’ve browsed through some of her other covers, and they are amazing!
After reading the first two Kristian Clark and the Agency Trap books over the past month, I’m excited to see what else Kristian has up his sleeve! Reviews for the first two books will be coming to Authoring Arrowheads soon.
Want to know the coolest part about this release? All profits for Ruptured Reality are going to charity! For further information on the charity, Alternaterm, click here!
Interested in checking out this series? Books 1 and 2 can be found on Amazon at the links below:
- Kristian Clark and the Agency Trap, Book Two: In the Rogue
If you’re looking for Goodreads reviews of the books, you can find those here:
That’s all for today, Arrowheads! Be sure to check back on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday next week for regularly scheduled posts.