Top Drawer News – Taxing Pecksniffery Release Day!

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Today’s the day! Release day, that is, for our speculative fiction e-novelette, Taxing Pecksniffery!

We’re excited, and we want to share our excitement with you
by offering the opportunity to win a free e-copy of Taxing Pecksniffery.

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Taxing Pecksniffery is the story of Ichann Count. Ike’s an expert at accounting warfare. She spends her days crunching numbers at the Etherworld Tax Bureau and crushing on her really cute co-worker. When the Water Tax Rebellion of 2176 geysers to the surface, Ike finds herself—and her really cute co-worker— drowning in trouble. Can Ike save them both? Or will events continue to burble downhill?

Click here to read an excerpt of Taxing Pecksniffery.

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Prize: One winner will receive one electronic copy of the e-book Taxing Pecksniffery by HL Carpenter

Giveaway ends: Monday, June 9, 2014 at 11:59 pm Eastern time (U.S.)

Open: Internationally (The e-book is only available in English and will be delivered via email)

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2 comments on “Top Drawer News – Taxing Pecksniffery Release Day!
  1. JTMoore says:

    Awesome! The thing that grabbed me on the cover were those eyes. The classic look is great too. I love it when creative words pop out, like y’all using Pecksniffery, Shewawa, and Etherworld. Some little circuit in my brain goes hmmmm with a smile. Great idea grabbing a Dickens word.
    I’m putting Taxing Pecksniffery high on my list of must reads.

    JT Moore