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In the world of Null City… Superpowers suck. If you just want to live a normal life, Null City is only a Metro ride away. After one day there, imps become baristas, and hellhounds become poodles. Demons settle down, become parents, join the PTA, and worry about their taxes. But outside of Null City, now that the century-long secret Nonwars between Gifts and Haven are over and the Accords Treaty is signed, an uneasy peace is policed by Wardens under the command of the Accords Agency.
Tales From Null City IS FREE on Kindle from 28-30 July!
REVIEWERS ARE SAYING:
“As far as I am concerned, you are on to a winner if you live with an enormous Norwegian Forest cat, called Bygul, especially if she is also a goddess who can vanish. This is a great read for excitement, tension, romance and a twist in the tail.”—Lizanne Lloyd
“Full of mystery and suspense, charm and sass”—Eat Sleep Read Review
“Great novellas…the perfect amount of action and romance and who doesn’t like witches?”—Ashley Tomlinson
“Fabulous fantasy that manages to be both life threatening and light-hearted!..a wonderfully told story, which has Taub’s humour shining all the way through it”—Georgia Rose
Don’t Touch is FREE on Kindle from 31 July – 2 August!
There is magic, bad guys you want to punch in the gut, intense love interests, mysterious entities, and lots of fun. Definitely worth a read.—Tower of Babel Reviews
Hope flares each morning in the tiny flash of a second before Lette touches that first thing. And destroys it.
Her online journal spans a decade, beginning with the day a thirteen-year-old inherits an extreme form of the family “gift.” Every day whatever she touches converts into something new: bunnies, bubbles, bombs, and everything in between.
Lette’s search for a cure leads her to Stefan, whose fairy-tale looks hide a monstrous legacy, and to Rag, an arrogant, crabby ex-angel with boundary issues. The three face an army led by a monster who feeds on children’s fear. But it’s their own inner demons they must defeat first.