UPDATE: The randomly chosen winners are: Tiffany, SandyG265, Auntie April, Beth, BooksbySteph, and Jackie. My winners, please contact me at JocelynnDOTdrakeATgmailDOTcom . I need an email address, your choice of e-novella (Bronx or Trixie), and format (Kindle or Nook).
In July, you got your first glimpse of Low Town while meeting a troll, an incubus, and a warlock with the release of The Asylum Interviews: Bronx. On Tuesday, the second novella for The Asylum Tales was released as an e-book. In The Asylum Interviews: Trixie, you will meet a vampire, an elf who's pretending to be a human, and a Chinese man who's ... well ... let's just say that he's more than what he seems to be.
When my publisher agreed to released my new series, they also expressed an interest in a couple short stories. This gave me a chance to introduce readers to the characters, the world, and the craziness that happens to Gage in Low Town.
With The Asylum Interviews: Bronx, you meet the troll Bronx and learn the events that lead up to Bronx being hired by Gage for a tattoo artist position at Asylum. (Of course, these events included tattooing an incubus, rampant mass fornication, and Vestal Virgins.) With The Asylum Interviews: Trixie, I wanted to spend some time with one of the ladies of Low Town. The short story is still from Gage's point of view and tells how Gage came to meet and hire Trixie as a tattoo artist at Asylum while helping his ex-girlfriend.
The short story also gives readers their first glimpse of one of my favorite side characters: Chang. To mix strong, effective potions, Gage sometimes needs a really rare ingredient. And those rare ingredients can't always be acquired through legal channels. That little old man is wily, sneaky, and can get his hands on anything. Of course, it's gonna cost you. Chang may look harmless, but he's got an interesting secret of his own.
So, if you like warlocks, vampires, trolls, elves, faeries, ogres, and much much more; then stop by Low Town. Have a drink. Get some ink. But watch out for the Ivory Towers.
To get you excited about The Asylum Tales, I am giving away six Nook or Kindle versions of my new novellas.
Leave me a comment stating whether you want The Asylum Interviews: Bronx or The Asylum Interviews: Trixie. Also, I need to know if you want a Kindle or Nook version.
The contest closes at midnight Eastern time on Saturday, September 8. I will announce the randomly drawn winners on Sunday.