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At Water's Edge by S. McPherson - Book Tour + Giveaway

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At Water's Edge
The Water Rushes Book 1
by S. McPherson
YA Fantasy

393 pages

Romance. Portals. And war. Perfect for fans of The Mortal
Instruments, Red Queen and Twilight.

What if there was another you, living in another world?

Seventeen year old, Dezaray Storm is blamed for the death of her parents, hated
by her brother and secluded from her friends, but that doesn't stop
her from believing in magic.
Visions of the future, mysterious cloaked figures and a handsome stranger
with the ability to teleport, lead to Dezaray tumbling through a
portal and into another world where she is mistaken for its most
powerful sorceress and saviour.
But in a twisted turn of events, the true sorceress ends up lost in our
world, wandering the streets of England with a broken device and the
whisper of forgotten magic to guide her. The realm of Coldivor is on
the brink of war, its enemies grow restless and its shadows have
eyes. Only the true sorceress can help tip the scales in their favour
and the two girls must trade back before their 18th birthday when the
war that could shatter both realities, will rage.
For a tale of misguided and powerful heroines, finding yourself in the
midst of chaos and discovering secrets laid to rest, read AT WATER'S
EDGE, a young adult epic fantasy that readers are comparing to
Cassandra Clare, Sarah J Maas and Victoria Aveyard.

**Only .99 cents!**

27th of January
Dear Diary,
I almost killed my brother tonight. I waved the shovel above my head and brought it crashing down towards him. I waited for the resounding crunch of cracking bone but it never came. It all happened so fast, I can barely recall or fully understand.

Nathaniel was there, Jude and the others too. They gave me hot chocolate and sat with me long after the men took my brother away, the green and orange lights of the siren shrinking to fairy lights in the distance. I still have his blood crusted beneath my finger nails and the welt from where he struck me on my cheek stings, already swollen and red.

The worst of it is, I don’t feel remorse or anger, just empty, just hollow. Even at the time, I can’t say I was angry. Anger I have felt before. This was a fury that scorched like bitter flames and would only be, could only be smothered with his dying breath. Perhaps this was hatred, pure and undiluted. I guess there’s only so much a person can take before they snap.

Oh well, hopefully this will be the end of it and I’ll never see his spiteful face ever again, though, something tells me I will…

But for now, Goodnight Diary. Happy birthday to me…

USA Today Bestselling Author & a citizen of the world; S. McPherson
was born in England, moved to Saudi Arabia when she was five then on
to Dubai at the age of seven. S. McPherson briefly lived in Scotland,
she is originally from Jamaica and her mind is often far, far away in
lands people have never heard of.

S. McPherson has always loved writing in all its forms and at the tender
age of eight, she dreamt of being a member of the next big pop group
where she could sing and write songs all day. When that inexplicably
fell through (how could she not be the next Beyonce??), she moved on
to poems, scripts and eventually novels.

Having met many different people - imaginary and real - along her travels,
S. McPherson has a vast array of characters buzzing in her head
bursting to be let loose on a page or two of fantasy.

Follow the tour HERE for exclusive excerpts, guest posts and a giveaway!

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  1. Congrats on the tour and thank you for the book description and giveaway alsol


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