This book is bargain priced from 02/06/2014 until 02/10/2014
Hey, Phinn here.
I’m an Angel. A 16 year old immortal. You don’t know me. You’ve never seen me. Unless you’re a dead teenager and you’ve been good and live in Southern California (narrows it down, huh?). If that’s the case, we’ve probably met. See, I take the souls of good kids to Heaven, but I’m not allowed to interact with the living…which makes high school, being on the soccer team and writing for the school newspaper a little difficult. As an angel, I play by the rules.
My “arch-frenemy” Iszn, the demon who takes the bad kids to Hell, breaks all the rules…which is why he’s one of the most popular kids in school. Iszn’s hobbies are football, human girls, football, torturing me, football and evil….did I mention football?
Anyway, as an Angel I try not to have any direct contact with humans…well, that is until I met this girl. Actually, until she met me…it’s kind of complicated. That’s one of the reasons I write my blog…to let you guys in on a world you probably didn’t even know existed…until it’s too late, anyway.
But this world does exist, and it’s about to get complicated. There are some deaths we can’t explain and only Iszn and I seem to want to get to the bottom of them. It’s going to cost us…a lot, but we can’t let it go.
So ya, enjoy the blog…comment if you want. I read all the comments and try to respond. And don’t let Iszn freak you out…to my knowledge, he’s never actually eaten anyone’s face.
Cya inside 🙂
Targeted Age Group: 14-99
Book Price: 0.99
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Frank Anjakos lives in the Wild West, where he avoids writing about anything Western. Upon graduation from college in Michigan he was unwilling to get a real job, and so went to law school at the University of Arizona, where he studied listlessly, overcome by the desert heat, and obtained a law degree in the usual amount of time. After recovering from the stifling law school style of writing, he returned to his true passion, fiction…both writing and living it. Coerced by his son Finn, he turned away from adult science fiction and began writing children’s books. Now, if he could just get his son to actually read one.