Sunstruck by Mayra Calvani
I’m excited to announce the release of Sunstruck by Mayra Calvani. I’ve got one of her other books Dark Lullaby on my “to read and review” list ASAP, so I wanted to mention this one to you – especially since it’s got a special offer including Dark Lullaby!
Daniella is an architecture student living with her narcissistic artist boyfriend in San Juan.Abandoned by her father at an early age, Daniella always falls for the ‘wrong’ type of man. Her most enduring male relationship so far has been with her cat.
Several strange mysteries are threaded through Daniella’s everyday life: her ex-husband, Ismael, has just opened an outlandish hotel for animal lovers that has her distraught; Ismael’s wife, a rich woman Daniella fondly refers to as ‘Lady Dracula’, has some gruesome ways to keep her skin looking young; Daniella’s mother is founding a revolutionary, feminist society called The Praying Mantises; the island’s national forest is being depleted of hallucinogenic mushrooms; meanwhile, young girls are disappearing and there’s a nut loose dressed as Zorro slashing the rear ends of women who wear miniskirts.
Oppressed by all these eccentric characters, Daniella feels herself falling into an abyss. Then something terrible happens, making Daniella wake from her stupor and take charge of her life.
Sunstruck Special Offer
Purchase Sunstruck and receive FREE download e-Book of Dark Lullaby. Email her publicist, Donna McDine email@example.com with your receipt of Sunstruck purchase and receive link to FREE Dark Lullaby e-Book through July 22, 2012. Of course, if you purchase Sunstruck elsewhere please email receipt to Ms. McDine.
Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Sunstruck
Follow this link to read an excerpt from the first chapter of Sunstruck.
About the Author:
Award-winning author Mayra Calvani has penned over ten books for children and adults in genres ranging from picture books to satire to paranormal fantasy novels. She’s had over 300 articles, short stories, interviews and reviews published in magazines such as The Writer, Writer’s Journal and Bloomsbury Review, among others. She has lived in America, Asia, the Middle East, and now lives in Brussels, Belgium.