NEWS: #DarkFacade Book Two COVER REVEAL! #SneakReaders #amreading. Thx @PaytonLeaf

I know you’ve been on pins and needles awaiting for the next book to come out and I truly had plans to release it on Valentine’s Day.

Yet, due to me trying to move in a house and being Mommy during this traumatic time for my children, I found that I can’t do too many things at once without stressing out completely.

But with Payton Leaf help, a wonderful cover designer I met on Fiverr.com I’ve readied Book Two.

Thank you guys for your patience and without further ado….

Book Two Cover for Dark Facade

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Please tell me what you think and if you haven’t checked out Book One in the Series do so now and also if you haven’t left a review or shared it on your socials do that too! thank you so much!

Dark Facade (Book One)

Cover for 'Dark Facade (Book One)'

By Sylvia Hubbard
Rating: 1 star1 star1 star1 star1 star
(5.00 based on 1review)

Published: Jan. 30, 2013
Words: 24,517 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301567898

Short description

Maxine, an AA graphic designer who has no life, realizes that her best friend and coworker disappeared the day after telling Maxine she was going out on a hot date with a man she met on the Internet. Now it’s up to Maxine to find out what happened to Lisa and who was this mysterious man, who emailed his picture to her friend that Maxine just can’t stop thinking about.

Extended description

First book in the Dark Facade series explores a secret society in the underground world of Detroit.

Maxine, an AA graphic designer who has no life, realizes that her best friend and coworker disappeared the day after telling Maxine she was going out on a hot date with a man she met on the Internet.

Now it’s up to Maxine to find out what happened to Lisa and who was this mysterious man, who emailed his picture to her friend that Maxine just can’t stop thinking about.

Available ebook reading formats

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Online Reading (HTML, good for sampling in web browser) View
Kindle (.mobi for Kindle devices and Kindle apps) Download
Epub (Apple iPad/iBooks, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aldiko, Adobe Digital Editions, others) Download
PDF (good for reading on PC, or for home printing) Download
LRF (Use only for older model Sony Readers that don’t support .epub) Download
Palm Doc (PDB) (for Palm reading devices) Download

Reviews

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Review by: Stephanie Bartley on Feb. 09, 2013 : star star star star star
This book was wonderfully written by Ms. Hubbard. It takes the reader into a world that many has thought of before and never vintured into. While the concept maynot be pleasing to some, the material is enlightening. I, as a reader, enjoys Ms. Hubbard’s style of writing and am an faithful purchaser of her novels. I have read the original version of this novel, and I am very pleased with the new tweaks Ms. Hubbard has made. I say BRAVO, Ms. Hubbard, pat yourself on the back. You have done it again and created a masterpiece. I can’t wait until book II comes out.
Your loyal fan,
Stephanie B.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lashanda Bradley on Feb. 07, 2013 : (no rating)
Love it!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

 

 

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22 thoughts on “NEWS: #DarkFacade Book Two COVER REVEAL! #SneakReaders #amreading. Thx @PaytonLeaf

  1. Giiiiiiiirrrrrrl! This book has soooo much potential for the story to go in sooo many different directions…pls pls pls have fun the way you only know how…I look forward to rcving ur literary blessing daaaawlin’ smh (southern speak)

  2. O ok I forgot…The book is definitely a cliff hanger…I don’t know if this mysterious man wants to care for the main character or finally reinvent the 19th century with what he feels is a deserving exotica….let me know Sylvia …let me know lol (very well written and well played out scenes w/in story line)

  3. I also love this cover for book 2. The red and black contrast gives it that popping look, and the handcuffs gives it that intriguing look that catches the reader’s attention. The reader can truely see the mystery behind the scenes, I know I can. Keep up the good work Ms. Sylvia, I am patiently waiting for the next installment. Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours.

    Your loyal fan,
    Stephanie

  4. He is a PUNk! A Punked Out WOOOOS!!!Sorry grew up with rich white men and his Acquiesce to his fathers opinion is just about dead on…..Um..Yeah the Hearts need to get involved ASAP cause I don’t know if I can take much more of this 50 shades of gray girl. Needing Book III to find personal closure. LOL! But did you mean upon retirement the girls get !00,000.00 and bonus, bc to work 10 yrs of abuse for 1,000.00 doesn’t seem believable…Please let me know…I re read it in my head as the first stated amount so that I can continue to read the story. Im just sayin that girl can’t be holding back tears for 7 more years looking forward to a thousand dollars…Great Story Great Job Way to get the readers heart soul and intellect involved. 🙂

    1. i wanted to make his character believable.

      And guilt is a MF’er to a person’s soul, especially when it comes to family.

      Philippe has a lot of guilt on his soul and as much as he wants to resist he feels he owes his family more than his happiness.

      Yeah, he punked that, but I too met a lot of men who do it and i wanted to throw that in the story.

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