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Cover Reveal: DAYBREAK RISING by Kiran Oliver! Futuristic F/F Fantasy releasing 9/21!

I am so happy  and excited to share this, the cover reveal to a much-anticipated debut novel I had the honor of reading before its publication. (If you want to read my specific review/thoughts, as well as DR itself, check out Goodreads!) With a fascinating blend of future-tech and magic, inclusive and affirming LGBT representation, and a fresh storyline about rebellion, hope and redemption, Daybreak Rising by Kiran Oliver is going to rise fast and far. And I think everyone is going to enjoy the ride as much as I have. Also… this Most Badass Cover.

The temporary art was gorgeous as well, and I feel like that deserves some love, before we get to the actual announcement. Also, you can never have too many ladies kissing. Certainly never enough on my blogs. Glimpse your gleamers!

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Steam by Elizabeth Yeterian-Oliver

Now, turn on your reading brains, because here come the facts, and the feature.

On September 21, 2016, the F/F fantasy DAYBREAK RISING will be arriving to an e-readers near you from Torquere Press! Today, we get a first look at the amazing cover, designed by the amazing artist Kris Norris over at Torquere.

Here’s a bit about DAYBREAK RISING:

22-year-old Celosia Brennan spent sixteen years being raised as the heroine her nation needed. A dual-touched Elementalist with both the power to conjure fire and see glimpses of her future, Celosia was the best hope at overthrowing the oppressive Council in a mission called Daybreak, an attempt to secure justice for the massacre of her people and so many others. There’s just one problem: she couldn’t. Celosia broke down after realizing the enormity of her task, and is struggling to make things right while the blood of her fellows stains her hands.

Now branded a failure, Celosia desperately volunteers for the next mission: taking down the corrupt Council with a team of her fellow elementally-gifted mages. Leading the Ember Operative gives Celosia her last hope at redemption. They seek to overthrow the Council once and for all, this time bringing the fight to Valeria, the largest city under the Council’s iron grip. But Celosia’s new teammates don’t trust her—all except for a powerful ice Elementalist named Ianthe who believes in second chances.

With Council spies, uncontrolled magic, and the distraction of unexpected love, Celosia will have to win the trust of her teammates and push her abilities to the breaking point to complete the Ember Operative. Except if she falters this time, there won’t be any Elementalists left to stop the Council from taking over not only her country, but their entire world.

So here it is…The moment we’ve been waiting for…

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You can add DAYBREAK RISING to your GoodReads TBR shelf today, and pre-orders should be live from Torquere soon! Be sure to sign up to Torquere Press’s newsletter to be the first to know when DAYBREAK RISING is available for pre-order.

About the author:

Kiran Oliver is a Southern New Hampshire University graduate having majored in Communication with a PR focus. He currently attends Free Code Camp in the hope of earning a certificate in Full Stack Web Development while working as a freelance technology journalist. When he’s not writing for work, he’s creating novels such as DAYBREAK RISING for fun.

When not daydreaming about lesbian pirates, queer lady paladins, or dragons, Kiran can be found at the gym or playing MMOs. He resides in New Zealand with his wife Elizabeth, their cat, Ember, and soon to be a puppy named Zephyr.

Find Kiran on social media:

Twitter – @coliver_writes
GoodReads – https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14011102.C_K_Oliver
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/authorCKOliver

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