“The Peabrain’s Idea” by Martha Carr Cover Reveal
Title: The Peabrain’s Idea
Author: Martha Carr
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy
Cover Designer: LjiljanaRomanovic
Editor: Joe Martin
Publisher: MRC Publishing
Publication Date: April 11th, 2019
Hosted by: Lady Amber's PR
Felons? She gets.
Dating? Not so much.
When Austin robbery detective Maggie Parker finds someone breaking into her garage stealing a favorite wooden puzzle box, everything changes.
She's plunged into a new world of magic.
Now, Maggie must rescue the passengers on an ancient ship – a big, blue marble called Earth.
But can she do it in time for her date with Jake?
Okay, I'm a late bloomer who's a big DC comics fan and spent my childhood summers on the Jersey shore in the U.S. but have had a weird wanderlust to live in different parts of America ever since. That's enough about me. Need to feel inspired today? Looking for something to make you root for an ordinary hero? I'm all about that in everything I write.
I love a good tale that makes me wonder about things and I love a story even more that leaves me feeling inspired or like I'm capable of doing more than I realized. That's my goal with everything I've ever written. Some of the stories I tell involve twisting, turning thrillers and others have a lot of magic.
There's something to be said for getting lost in another world and coming out the other side feeling a little better about yourself or the possibilities in front of you. That's basically the best part of life in a nutshell, no matter what kind of story I'm setting out to tell.
Thank you for checking out my stories! There's more at www.marthacarr.com.
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“There are things you don’t know Maggie Parker, but it’s not too late. You can fix everything. You are the Elemental I’ve been searching for.” Simon slipped the compass out of his pocket and held it up so Maggie could see it.”