The Exiled Otherkin Book Tour & Giveaway

This morning, we have a romantic fantasy in our book spotlight!  Check out this steampunk adventure, learn about the author and enter for a chance to win a prize in the book tour giveaway at the end of this post!

The Exiled Otherkin
by D. Lieber
Genre: Fantasy Romance Adventure Steampunk

Exiled from Faerie when her father dies, half-Fae Ember is surprised by how much the human realm has changed since she was there last. She takes a dangerous job on a merchant airship, hoping a life on the move will keep her well-hidden. Sure, she misses her brother, but years of apathy have numbed her emotions.
When the optimistic and na├»ve Reilley follows her, it’s annoying to say the least. But when she starts feeling responsible for him, long-stifled emotions crack the ice around her heart.
Faeries, pirates, and traveling players meet in this steampunk fantasy adventure as Ember tries to cope with feelings long forgotten and a past that pursues her while balancing new friends and lovers.

D. writes stories she wants to read. Her love of the worlds of fiction led her to earn a Bachelor’s in English from Wright State University.
When she isn’t reading or writing, she’s probably hiking, crafting, watching anime, Korean television, Bollywood, or old movies. She may also be getting her geek on while planning her next steampunk cosplay with friends.
She lives in Wisconsin with her husband (John), retired guide dog (Samwise), and cat (Yin).

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    1. Thank you! The graphic artist, Dave King, at my publisher does great work.

  2. Love the cover! How did you come up with the main characters?

    1. Thanks Casey!
      I like playing with archetypes, and I wanted to explore the idea of an apathetic female character and an empathetic male character. I like to challenge gender roles and turn norms on their heads. Even though there are tons of strong female characters out there, I feel it's just as important to show readers that it's all right for men to be vulnerable, too. I will say the characters' general personalities were inspired by the anime Karneval. I hope you will let me know what you think if you decide to read it.



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