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About the Book:



A Null for Hire Novel

Book One

Terri L. Austin


Genre: urban fantasy


Date of Publication: Nov. 1, 2016


ISBN ebook: 978-1-946066-00-8

ISBN print: 978-1-946066-01-5


Number of pages: 340

Word Count: 90,000


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Book Description:


They call me an abomination. A mutant. A curse on their kind.


I don’t let it bother me. Much.


My name is Holly James, and what they say is true. I’m a freak of nature—a null. My mere presence zaps the magic from Others, rendering them powerless. That’s why they hate me. But here’s the kicker: I’ve found a way to profit from my lack of mojo.


Whether it’s acting as a mystical wet blanket in a dispute between pyromancers or keeping hormonal shifters from changing during a sweet sixteen party, I provide a highly specialized service. For a hefty fee.


When a young witch turns up dead, clutching an amulet cursed with black magic, my estranged grandfather asks for my help. In return for nullifying the necklace, Gramps promises to find my missing mother—a witch who vanished after my birth. Of course there’s a catch. He wants me to assist Cade McAllister, the arrogant sorcerer in charge of investigating the case.


Cade resents my existence, let alone my attempts to help. Still, I’ll do whatever it takes to find my mom. For my own peace of mind I have to know what happened to her, and I won’t allow anything to get in my way. Not even this crazy, irrational longing I feel for a hot sorcerer with the sexiest scowl I’ve ever seen.


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Interview with the Author:

Infinite House of Books Interview


What initially got you interested in writing?

First of all, thank you for having me on today. It’s great to be here!

I started writing because I had so many characters in my head. Although I decided to let them out and get them down on paper, they still compete with one another, vying for attention.


How did you decide to make the move into being a published author?

I write for an audience. I didn’t want to put that much time and effort into a book and not share it.


What do you want readers to take away from reading your works?

I want them to have a good time for a few hours. I hope they’re engaged with my characters, and if they have a laugh or a shed a tear along the way, I’ve done my job.


What do you find most rewarding about writing?

Seeing the finished product. Knowing that I started with a blank page and at the end, I’m holding a book in my hands.


What do you find most challenging about writing?

Sometimes I need to step back from the story so the characters can talk to me.


What advice would you give to people want to enter the field?

Go for it. It’s fun! Just sit down and start. Don’t edit yourself, don’t censor yourself. Just let go.


What ways can readers connect with you?

I love hearing from readers. Drop me a line anytime.

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About the Author:


Terri L. Austin is a mild-mannered writer by day and a reality TV junkie by night. She lives in Missouri with her family, and loves to hear from readers.


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