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Saturday, July 29, 2017

THE FIFTH DOLL Is Now Available in Ebook, Paperback, and Audio Book!

Iiiiiiiiiiiit'sssss here!



The Fifth Doll has released! It's out there! Spreading it's little creepy* wings!


Matrona lives in an isolated village, where her life is centered on pleasing her parents. She’s diligent in her chores and has agreed to marry a man of their choosing. But a visit to Slava, the local tradesman, threatens to upend her entire life.

Entering his empty house, Matrona discovers a strange collection of painted nesting dolls—one for every villager. Fascinated, she can’t resist the urge to open the doll with her father’s face. But when her father begins acting strangely, she realizes Slava’s dolls are much more than they seem.

When he learns what she’s done, Slava seizes the opportunity to give Matrona stewardship over the dolls—whether she wants it or not. Forced to open one of her own dolls every three days, she falls deeper into the grim power of Slava’s creations. But nothing can prepare her for the profound secret hiding inside the fifth doll.

You can buy the book here, or add it to your Goodreads list here. :)


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In other notes, I will hopefully be announcing my eighth novel soon (because #7 is The Plastic Magician!)! Also, for more information and fun treats (like, say the first page of The Plastic Magician that went out a couple days ago), go to my website and sign up for my newsletter. I only send it out once every couple of months, so no spam. :)

You can pre-order The Plastic Magician here or add it to your Goodreads list here. Cover to come!

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*Because Publisher's Weekly called it horror :D

1 comment:

  1. I just finished this book and so enjoyed it. It's ending is not the type I love. But, after a moment of dissapontment, it really didn't bother me so much. I wish I were someone who knew how to write wonderful reviews. This story deserves one! It has an intriguing mystery, a bit of romance, and a good story of realizing who you are. I was also happily surprised to find the author a fellow Utahn. My sister would ne happy you're from BYU. Not all of us went to the U or the Y. �� Go Wildcats. Now I'm off to download the other books you wrote!!

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