Welcome back, agents. Today we’re having a bit of a party, and Agent Doyle is joining us to tell us what we’re celebrating, how, and why.
Me: Agent Doyle, what are we celebrating today?
Agent Doyle (her face completely deadpan): Cinco de Mayo.
Me: Beyond that- what are we as an agency celebrating?
Agent Doyle (her face still completely deadpan): The re-release of The Ninja and Hunter Series Book Two: The Time I Saved a Damsel in Distress.
Me: Yes, and how are we celebrating?
Agent Doyle: Other than eating Mexican food- Chrissie’s favorite-
Me: Don’t let Agent Ninja hear you call her that.
Agent Doyle: I’m a certified genius. I’m not going to let that happen.
Agent Doyle: Anyway, as I was saying, the agency is celebrating by offering The Ninja and Hunter Series Book One: The Time I Saved the Day free on Kindle for the weekend. I heartily recommend it- it’s like reading Chrissie’s diary, which is ironic considering how tight-lipped she is about herself when she’s wearing a mask.
Me: Yes, well, all agents should be careful about their secrets. And the agency’s. Most especially the agency’s… Anyway, can you tell us why we’re celebrating?
Agent Doyle: Yes. The re-release of the recovered Ninja and Hunter Series and the first time release of the Castaways Trilogy is part of a buildup that will bring us to big team-up of the Dystopian Takeover Trilogy, to be released serially starting in July.
Me: I understand you appear in that series?
Agent Doyle: Yes.
Me: Anything you can tell us about it?
Agent Doyle. Yes.
Agent Doyle (realizing I expect her to elaborate): Well, it will be told from alternating first-person POVs of Emily and Chrissie, along with several third-person POVs, including yours truly. It will take all of us just to figure out such a comprehensive villainous plot.
Me (wondering why I didn’t invite someone more talkative, like Agent Tanner): Well, thank you for joining us, Agent Doyle.
See more Olivia Doyle in The Time I Saved the Day:
High school sophomore, Charisa O’Dell, has enough to do between homework, karate, and an upcoming school dance. However, when she is accidentally endowed with superhuman powers, she adds one more thing to the list: crime fighting. Crime is a lot more complicated than her comics make it seem, and she finds herself relying on the mysterious Villain Hunter, who somehow shares several of her superhuman powers. Even so, the more she infiltrates the world of crime, the more she attracts the attention of the criminals. Will she survive her attempt to save the day?
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And also The Time I Saved a Damsel in Distress:
When Charisa O’Dell goes to Washington D.C. on a field trip, she is reunited with her old crime fighting partner and is hired by a senator to rescue his kidnapped daughter. The kidnappers are professionals, and Charisa herself is a little out of practice (a lazy week can do that to you); however, Charisa knows what it’s like being kidnapped, so she’s willing to do whatever it takes to rescue the girl. But will it be enough to rescue a damsel in distress?
Join us next week, agents, for the cover reveal and publication date announcement of Castaways Book Three: Targets! Or join us at our new headquarters on Goodreads, Club Drewniverse at https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/580430-club-drewniverse. Until next time, don’t do anything that might get you brain-wiped. Ciao!