Cover Reveal – A Father’s Protection by KJ Hawkins

I have a cover reveal for you today and, as I’m sure you’ll agree – it’s really cool.

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The land beyond The Forest of Ferrês belongs to the kyres mortal enemies the twin-tailed foxes. Standing on the borders DarkDeath will have to plunge into the unknown to save his adventurous pup.

Will he be able to find Digger and make it out alive? The battle to protect his own will be tested when DarkDeath faces off against an old rival. Death lingering over his pup’s head will test his strengths as DarkDeath braces himself for battle.


KJ Hawkins is a young fantasy author making her way into print. She has had a strong love for fantasy since she was nine years old.

As an adult the magic stayed with her inspiring her to write stories of adventure and magic.  Hawkins, at her best, brings personality to every word she writes, exciting her readers with every page.

Fun Fact

KJ Hawkins is actually a pen name taken from the initials of her real first and last name. Hawkins came from her favorite childhood film, Treasure Planet, the lead character is James Hawkins!

KJ Hawkins Links

Twitter: https://twitter.com/authorkjhawkins

FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/KJ-Hawkins/870825462984486

Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/1/106664460289461678421/posts

Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bvWek5

Website: http://kjhawkins.wix.com/authorkjhawkins


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KJ Hawkins would like to acknowledge and thank K Tolentino. She created a beautiful cover for “A Father’s Protection.” Her design was spot on and shows how talented a designer and illustrator she is. Link to K Tolentino’s fiverr account.

Thanks for stopping by.

Mel

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