This book is bargain priced from 02/03/2014 until 02/14/2014
”Being a female bounty hunter, Coyote made men nervous. Being an official, she made them wary. But being the best gunman, or in her case, gunwoman around, Coyote made them downright anxious. The popular consensus was that women shouldn’t be allowed to be bounty hunters, but no one dared say this out loud when Coyote was around.”
~Coyote: The Outlander
No one knows where or when the rips will appear, but they do, and from them, Outlanders walk the earth. Coyote travels the territories with Caesar, her mysterious partner in the bounty hunter business, and together they confront these alien threats to humanity. Along the way, Coyote discovers a secret that threatens to shatter everything she believes about herself, her father, and her sworn enemy, James Westwood. Whether Outlander or inner demons, some things can’t be solved with a six shooter.
About the FREE Second Screen:
Reading itself is a favorite pastime, but with ‘Coyote: The Outlander’ we wanted to add a little extra by offering you a free second screen experience. Within the book you’ll find four icons of a safe. Each of these will come with the secret code for that part of the book. Simply go to the website ‘www.coyotethebooks.com’ and unlock the corresponding safe.
You will find FREE content, such as extra storylines, background music, selected for that part of the story. We advise you not to read ahead of the story, because the extra content may contain spoilers.
~The Tip My Hat team, Publishers of Coyote: The Outlander
Targeted Age Group: 14+
Book Price: 0.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Take it serious. I’m always laughing and making jokes, but when it comes to work I’m dead serious. I also recommend that writers find people they like to work with. You can’t do without either editors or beta readers, because you’re too close to your story to pick out the niggly things that readers would spot. Don’t let your pride get in the way of a beautiful manuscript.
Chantal Noordeloos lives in the Netherlands, where she spends her time with her wacky, supportive husband, and outrageously cunning daughter, who is growing up to be a supervillain. When she is not busy exploring interesting new realities, or arguing with characters (aka writing), she likes to dabble in drawing.
In 1999 she graduated from the Norwich School of Art and Design, where she focused mostly on creative writing.
There are many genres that Chantal likes to explore in her writing. Currently Sci-fi Steampunk is one of her favorites, but her ‘go to’ genre will always be horror. “It helps being scared of everything; that gives me plenty of inspiration,” she says.
Chantal likes to write for all ages, and storytelling is the element of writing that she enjoys most. “Writing should be an escape from everyday life, and I like to provide people with new places to escape to, and new people to meet.”
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’m a big fat coward… and that may sound silly, but that actually helps. Everything scares me, so it’s easy to come up with a horror plot. It’s funny, because I never pictured myself as a ‘horror writer’, though I could have known. I’ve been a role player for a great many years (almost 22) and when I started being the dungeon master (or games master) the games got a bit of a dark side. I became quite infamous for my horror games, and I guess I just continued that in my writing. It all started when I wrote for anthologies. The first one I wrote for was called ‘Hell’. I really love using angels and demons in stories, so this felt like a perfect fit. I wrote a little tale called ‘Only Forgotten’, and that was the first thing I published. I won’t bore you with the long story around it (it ended up somewhere else first), but in the end I wrote more short stories for the same publisher. And because of that, I rolled into the horror world. I do other things, but horror feels like my ‘go to genre’.