Can You Think Of A Good Comeback? Get It Into A Published Book!

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Allison Maruska

Know what I don’t do often enough on this blog? Games. So let’s play one. If all goes according to plan, one of you will win a signed paperback that includes some of your very own words.

My next book, a YA urban fantasy called Drake and the Fliers, is coming soon! I’m busy working with CPs, beta readers, and my cover designer to get the finishing touches on it.

One of my CPs pointed out an exchange between two characters that needs to be funnier. That’s where you come in.

But first, some background. See the captioned picture for the blurb. I obviously don’t have a cover yet, so I’m using a stock photo I found on Pixabay.

Sixteen-year-old Drake can’t understand why the virus spared him. The only survivors he's seen vandalized his makeshift dwelling, and despite his sister's dying wish that he connect with others, he spends his days alone – that is, until he develops the ability to shapeshift into a dragon. While exploring his new abilities, Drake nearly flies into Preston, another shifter. Their chances of survival increase if they team up with others like them, but when their search leads to a group in Las Vegas, they find not everyone is welcoming. As Drake develops new relationships, Preston endures daily confrontation and eventually takes off on his own. Concerned for his friend’s safety, Drake launches a search and stumbles into a situation stranger than anything he could imagine. Now he must embrace his animalism if he wants to save his humanity. Sixteen-year-old Drake can’t understand why the virus spared him. The only survivors he’s seen vandalized his makeshift dwelling, and despite his sister’s dying wish that he connect with others, he…

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