I’ve had some more exciting news on the writing front. Earlier this week that my new book, #FeedWar (in revision mode right now) won the Zebulon Writing Contest for Mystery/Thriller/Suspense!
That means I get to go to the Pikes Peak Writers Conference this April in Colorado Springs. Yay! I’m super excited! I still have a lot to do on this novel (it didn’t have to be completely finished to enter the contest). So hopefully, this one will get some interest from agents/editors. 🙂 Maybe a little closer to getting out for you guys to read. I can’t wait!
If you’re interested in #FeedWar, here’s the short blurb.
Reef Gibson’s life sucks, what with her mother dying in the hospital and having no money to pay the bills. Not to mention she lives the secret life of hacker and Eraser for the Feeders, America’s most deadly cyber-crime syndicate. Feeders use data intimidation to grow their empire and to control their victims. With a few strokes of the keyboard, Reef can change anyone’s identity to whatever her boss wants: murderer, rapist, serial killer. Erasing them from their normal existence.
When Reef learns there’s an experimental cancer drug that can save her mother, she seeks a seller. Only trouble is, the seller turns out to be Thorn Davis, her former lover turned rival gang member. His Digger boss’s price is steep—hack into the most secure database around, Feed Tower. After Reef accepts the job, she discovers a deadly secret. The data contained inside the impenetrable fortress is enough to control—or destroy—millions of people. And both gang leaders want it. If Reef doesn’t succeed, her mother will die…but if she does, countless others will instead. Either way, time is running out, and Reef must decide before it’s too late.