I’m excited to announce Dreamwalker is now available on Amazon, B&N, and Smashwords! If anyone wants to join the party and help get the word out, I’ve typed up some pre-written content you can simply copy and paste in your Facebook or Twitter streams. Or you can fiddle with them as you like. And at the bottom, enjoy another teaser from the book!
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Angela Wallace’s latest fantasy novella, Dreamwalker, is now available for purchase as an e-book! Two dreamwalkers: one a devout soldier, the other a rogue assassin. Last one standing wins. http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalker-ebook/dp/B008EDE2JU/
My good friend and author Angela Wallace has released the e-book edition of her latest book, a fantasy novella entitled Dreamwalker. The dreamscape is a perilous place, a world of ever shifting shadows. And if you see the murky brown fog—run. http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalker-ebook/dp/B008EDE2JU/
Like fantasy, sword fights, and a mysterious rogue in black? Check out Dreamwalker on Amazon Kindle! http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalker-ebook/dp/B008EDE2JU/
Excited to get a copy of Angela Wallace’s latest book, Dreamwalker. Two dreamwalkers: one a devout soldier, the other a rogue assassin. Last one standing wins. http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalker-ebook/dp/B008EDE2JU/
The links above and below are for Amazon, but if you’re a B&N fan, here’s the link for there too: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dreamwalker-angela-wallace/1111793701?ean=2940014613941
Author @AngelaRWallace released the ebook edition of her fantasy novella #Dreamwalker! Get it for $2.99! http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalker-ebook/dp/B008EDE2JU/
Excited to get the Kindle Edition of @AngelaRWallace ’s fantasy novella #Dreamwalker. Newly released for $2.99! http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalker-ebook/dp/B008EDE2JU/
Congrats to @AngelaRWallace for her Kindle release of her fantasy novella #Dreamwalker. Get it for $2.99! http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalker-ebook/dp/B008EDE2JU/
#Dreamwalker, @AngelaRWallace ’s fantasy novella is now available as an ebook! http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalker-ebook/dp/B008EDE2JU/
The horizon on all sides faded into a gray haze, blurring any sense of direction. Vines snaked along the ground, alternating between full blossoms and bare, gnarled branches, an infinite river of plants that stretched further than Lexa could see.
After half a mile, the trees on her left turned barren and the riverbed ran dry into a bare expanse. The sterile landscape branched out into a murky haze, like brown and black shadows writhing together. Lexa frowned. Things did not tend to appear so dead in the dreamscape. Usually life and blossoms were mixed, like the vines, reality and possibility twisted together. This was pure ugliness.
She came to a sudden stop as recognition hit. She’d been here before. Dread washed over her and she forgot herself in the impact of the one memory she tried to forget—this stretch of land and the terrible creatures that came from the nearby curtain of dark fog. Blood began seeping up from the dirt around her, spreading and pooling like red oil. From the looming blackness ahead floated the Nightmares, bobbing blobs of thick darkness. They loomed in various sizes, from the smallest ones the size of a fist, to huge, fat globs that could engulf a man’s chest. Lexa knew they were coming, yet all she could do was stand frozen, gaze locked on the familiar face emerging through the film of blood with its empty eyes staring up at her. The Nightmares sensed her terror and were drawn to it.