Marny Copal releases new self-published novel, Freeblood

Freeblood, by Marny Copal

About the book

Secrets and lies have surrounded 21-year-old Quinn Zauber since a vampire killed her mother and brother a year ago. Jo-Jo Huang, her best friend and roommate, has offered steady support, even going along with Quinn’s crazy ghost-hunting schemes. Now Jo-Jo has been kidnapped, and clues point to an audio recorder the roomies placed in Portland’s notorious underground tunnels.

With her naïve cousin Kasey riding shotgun and an old attraction, paranormal investigator Del Whelan, imposing his own brand of help, Quinn searches for Jo-Jo, fights supernaturals, and strives to keep her horrible secrets under wraps.

What Quinn doesn’t realize is that her witch bloodline makes her of special interest to one of the deadliest vampires around.

This urban fantasy novel is aimed at YA and older, with mild profanity, light romance, and some violent content. Freeblood was professionally edited by Lorin Oberweger. Natalie Marino created the cover art.

About the author

Books, school, and farm animals kept Marny Copal busy as a kid in Central Oregon. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Oregon, she worked in archaeology, the newspaper biz, and freelancing. She lives in Eugene with her husband and cats. Freeblood is her first novel.

Availability

Freeblood is available as a Kindle e-book and a paperback on Amazon.com.

Portions of the novel can be reviewed with the “Look Inside” feature at Amazon and at the author’s website.

Contact the author at marny.copal@gmail.com. Visit her on Twitter @MarnyCopal.

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