Saturday, November 30, 2013


Here it is! The amazing cover for The Double Life of Incorporate Things, the 3rd and final Magic Most Foul novel!

Releasing the week of December 2nd in Digital and Trade Paperback!  (Dec. 1 update: the novel is currently available to order in print & Kindle. Barnes and Noble outlets available in coming days).

I'm so impressed with what the designer, Stephen H. Segal, did, and I think that it's a perfect image to draw this saga to a close. What do you think, dear readers?

In fitting timing with the December 2nd release of Double Life, Sourcebooks is currently running a limited-time $1.99 sale of Darker Still (Book 1) and The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart (Book 2)! So if you haven't caught up on the saga, NOW IS THE TIME! Here are the links:
Darker Still for Nook
Twisted Tragedy for Nook
Darker Still for Kindle
Twisted Tragedy for Kindle

Stay tuned for the release announcement as soon as it's available for sale! Thanks, dear readers, for coming along for the journey of the serialization for these many months, I will release one more free segment on the blog this week, but the story will not be completed within that segment, there's still more story to tell! Get the full novel to see how everything resolves!

Those who were donors of $20 or more along the Double Life journey, your signed book and/or various donor gifts will be shipped to you and should arrive by mid-December.

Cheers and happy haunting!


houndstooth said...

I admit, I'm a bit sad to see it come to a close, but I think that cover is perfect! I've enjoyed dropping in every week to see what everyone is up to, and I'm going to miss them more than a little.


Ari/A.T. said...

I'm sad the book is coming to a close, but it was a wonderful experience. :)It's still my favourite book series. (And Jonathon is always going to be my favourite male in books.)

Leanna Renee Hieber said...

Thanks so much for the kind words! It's been SO wonderful having such loyal readers on board every week! While the last segment will be released this week, it won't be the ending of the novel, now that the whole novel will be out and available, I'm letting the whole book now speak for itself, and the ending. Thanks, dear readers, for being a part of this grand experiment. My editor and I were only usually just a few chapters ahead of the audience, so this has been quite a ride! And it isn't over yet! Now we get to celebrate a book release! :)