Sleepwater Beat

Exquisite Darkness Press
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They say the pen is mightier than the sword. In Sleepwater’s world, words are literally more powerful than bullets.


Leo could always make people believe anything she says—really believe. When her chest burns and the words come from her mouth, her targets’ eyes glaze over, they forget their own thoughts, and they’ll do anything she says. It’s what keeps her alive after being on the run and living on the streets for years. But after using it on her girlfriend and her dad’s drug dealer, it’s also what got her here on the streets in the first place.


Then Sleepwater finds her. When Leo discovers there are others out there with similar powers, scattered across the country, she can’t say no to the underground organization. After all, what’s a little sit-down with the only people who may ever understand her? What she doesn’t expect is to be thrust into Sleepwater’s guerrilla war, hunted by government agencies, and used as a weapon. Worse than that, she might be more valuable not for what she can do but for who she was before they found her.

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About the author

Born and raised in Colorado, adopted by South Carolina, and at home in Vermont. Kathrin Hutson has been writing fiction for nineteen years, editing for nine, and plunging in and out of reality since she first became aware of the concept. Kathrin specializes in Dark Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Speculative Thrillers, and LGBT mashups. She finds magic in wildly messed-up characters, excruciating circumstances, impossible decisions, and Happily Never After.


In addition to writing her own exquisitely dark fiction, Kathrin is a ghostwriter of fiction in nearly every genre, an independent editor of nearly every genre, and currently serves as Fiction Co-Editor for Burlington, Vermont's Mud Season Review literary magazine. Needless to say, she doesn't have time to do anything she doesn't enjoy.


Kathrin keeps a vast collection of single earrings (and wears them), has fulfilled her dream of naming one of her dogs Brucewillis, and can't remember the last time she didn't laugh at one of her own jokes.


www.kathrinhutsonfiction.com

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Publisher
Exquisite Darkness Press
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Published on
Nov 27, 2018
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Pages
408
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ISBN
9781732201668
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Dystopian
Fiction / LGBT / Lesbian
Fiction / Romance / LGBT / Bisexual
Fiction / Science Fiction / Genetic Engineering
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This content is DRM free.
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