Thursday, April 21, 2011

Razor Girl

For those of you who don't know, I used to write adult books as well as teen books. This was one of them. It's called Razor Girl and it takes place in a zombie-infested, post-apocalyptic wasteland.

Anyway, it was originally published by Dorchester in mass-market (with a different cover), but they had some financial troubles and so I was able to get my rights back on this book - and then republish it in e-book format! I'm so excited to be able to have it available to readers again. I've put it up for $2.99 - much cheaper than it was in paperback or previous e-format. But I want readers to have a chance to experience the book!

Remember, it is not a YA, so it does have some adult content. :) You can buy at Smashwords for most e-book formats or on Amazon for Kindle.

Here's the summary:


Molly Anderson is not your average twenty-one-year-old. It's been six years since she and her family escaped into a bunker, led by her conspiracy theorist father and his foreknowledge of a plot to bring about the apocalypse. But her father's precautions didn't stop there. Molly is now built to survive.

Yes, Ian Anderson's favorite book gave him ideas on how to "improve" his daughter. Molly is faster, stronger, and her ocular implants and razor-tipped nails set her apart. Apart, when--venturing alone out of the bunker and into a plague ravaged, monster-ridden wilderness--what Molly needs most is togetherness. Chase Griffin, a friend from her past, is her best bet. But while he and others have miraculously survived, the kind boy has become a tormented man. Together, these remnants of humanity must struggle toward trusting each other and journey to the one place Molly's father believed all civilization would be reborn: The Magic Kingdom, where everyone knows it's a small world after all.

Hope you have a chance to check it out!


Nikki said...

Okay, this sounds totally awesome. I'm getting my kindle next week - yours is on the list! funfun!

HarukaKat said...

This is available for kindle? I don't have much experience with the post-apocalyptic scenarios, but it could be interesting. The cover caught my eye though: her goggles totally look like the steampunk ones I wanted to buy a while ago. xD

Anonymous said...

i'm actually reading the paperback right now. this is one of my top 10 favorite books.

Anonymous said...

I would like to see this in audiobook format... sounds interesting.

Mari Mancusi said...

I've actually been thinking of doing the book as an audiobook... maybe in the next year or so...