Sunday, October 7, 2012

Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble

Can the right tattoo help you get your dream job?  Can the right tattoo bring you love?  Can the right tattoo bring you good luck, fame, or revenge?

In Low Town, it can.  Stop by Asylum Tattoo and Potion Parlor and schedule an appointment with Gage, Trixie, or Bronx.  A quick potion and a little ink, and you can be one step closer to your dreams.

**DISCLAIMER: Asylum does not guarantee the results of any potion placed in a tattoo.  The tattoo artist cannot be held responsible for any negative or unexpected potion reactions if the client fails to inform the artist of any prior potions that may have been used.  Humans under the age of 18 and elves under the age of 50 cannot be tattooed without the presence and signed approval of a legal guardian.  All tattoo artists have been tested and licensed through the Tattoo Artists and Potion Stirrers Society (TAPSS).  Management retains the right to deny any customer service and can throw your ass out the door if you're a crybaby in the chair**

Asylum is owned and operated by Gage Powell.  While Gage has established himself as one of the top tattoo artists in Low Town and in the industry, he's got a secret that he's struggling to keep a lid on.  You see, Gage is a former warlock-in-training.  And while it might sound like fun having magic at your fingertips, Gage is praying the people of Low Town don't find out.  Witches and warlocks are widely hated among the people of the world and Gage is hoping not to be hunted down for something that is little more than an accident of birth.

With help from his friends and coworkers Bronx and Trixie, Gage reveals his highly developed skill at getting into trouble.  Want proof?

The Asylum Interviews: Bronx -- Tattooing an incubus has unexpected consequences that could spell disaster for the inhabitants of Low Town.  Now available as an e-book for only $1.99.
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The Asylum Interviews: Trixie -- Gage takes on a master vampire when he tries to help his ex-girlfried, but things don't work out quite how he hoped.  Now available as an e-book for only $1.99.
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Angel's Ink -- Fulfilling a dying girl's wish leads to bigger problems as Gage tries to dodge a pissed off warlock, the Low Town mafia, and elves trying to kidnap Trixie.  Available October 16 as a trade paperback, e-book, and audiobook..
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Blood by Moonlight (anthology) -- Gage and Trixie try to protect the local werewolf pack when the Winter Court roll into town for All Hallows Eve.  Available on October 23 as an e-book for $1.99.
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Well, I've done my part in giving you enough to read to last for a week or two, right?  Let me add one last thing.  A contest.  Please use the button below to enter my giveaway on Goodreads.  I will be giving away 5 signed copies of Angel's Ink at the end of the month.  The contest is open to U.S., Canada, and U.K.


    Goodreads Book Giveaway


        Angel's Ink by Jocelynn Drake



          Angel's Ink


          by Jocelynn Drake


            Giveaway ends October 26, 2012.

            See the giveaway details
            at Goodreads.




      Enter to win

Happy Reading!

Love comes in many varied forms.  There is the love of family, love of country, and love of chocolate.  But for Jocelynn Drake, one truly treasured love is the love of a good story.  This Midwestern native spends the majority of her time lost in the strong embrace of a good book.  When she’s not hammering away at her keyboard, frowning at her monitor, or curled up with a book, she can usually be found cuddling with her cat Demona, walking her dog Max, or flinging curses at the TV while playing a video game.  Outside of books, cats, and video games, she is completely enamored of Bruce Wayne, Ezio Auditore, travel, tattoos, explosions, fast cars, and Anthony Bourdain (but only when he’s feeling really cranky).  Jocelynn created the Dark Days series and is now hard at work on the Asylum Tales series.

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