Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,

Happy Book Day!

My novella, The Lady of Seeking in the City of Waiting is available today!

Welcome to the City of Waiting. Welcome to Shadeside. From the moment Jane enters Shadeside, she is a pawn in a dangerous game between rivals. With no real memory of who she is or where she came from, Jane embarks on a quest to discover her past as well discover who it is she promised to meet. Along the way, she is protected by guardsman Derax, counseled by Lady Ellowyn, and warned of plots and betrayal by the most powerful oracle in the city. Through her travels, Jane meets a myriad of strange, wonderful, and terrible people. By the end, she believes the city itself has a stake in her quest—as if there was any doubt.

"A grand tour of the city of Shadeside. From the screaming Ghost Clock to tribes of roof-running messengers to the silent warriors of the Black Watch, Shadeside is a fascinating setting, and Jennifer Brozek brings it to life." – James L. Sutter, author of Death's Heretic

"In Lady of Seeking in the City of Waiting, Brozek spins a fantastic tale in every sense of the phrase, layered with vibrant characters, touching drama, and intriguing themes. Read it." – Matt Forbeck, author of Amortals

"An intriguing novella with an unusual premise and a spirited heroine who insists on weaving her own path through an tangle of intrigue, despite that she cannot remember who she is. The layering of present and past mysteries gives the story a richness that helps draw the reader on toward the unexpected but satisfying conclusion." – L. Jagi Lamplighter, author of the Prospero's Daughter series

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