Friday, September 11, 2015

Run Ragged by Kari Aguila: Kickstarter Blitz @WomensWorkKA @RABTBookTours














Dystopian / Sci-Fi / Women's Lit

Date Published: November 2015

Great books are on Kickstarter.com! You can help bring RUN Ragged to fruition!

Fifteen years after the Last War devastated families and infrastructure, women have taken over under the banner of peace and equality. Only too late do they realize it's a slippery slope to oppression. In RUN Ragged, Rhia, a strong and independent sea captain finds herself trapped in The Center, a re-education facility designed to help people fit into the rules of the new matriarchal society. The warden claims to be guiding those in her care, but Rhia quickly sees the cracks in the system. Faced with the terrifying torture and brainwashing the warden inflicts, those cracks become gaping holes that threaten to pull Rhia down into the depths of despair. Can she resist this slow subversion and become the reluctant hero the inmates need?


RUN Ragged is a suspenseful second story by the award-winning author of Women's Work. It's a disturbing look at what price we are willing to pay for peace and how much we are willing to ignore to keep our conscience clear.



KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN






About the Author






Kari Aguila was the recipient of an IndieReader Discovery Award for her first novel, Women's Work. Her stories are gripping and thought-provoking looks at gender stereotypes and relationships set in a dystopic future. She is also an avid gardener, outdoor enthusiast, and mother of three. Aguila lives in Seattle with her family, and loves meeting with Book Clubs, Wine Clubs, or Book Clubs with Wine. RUN Ragged is her second novel.









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2 comments:

Kari Hetcher Aguila said...

Thanks for hosting RUN Ragged's Kickstarter promo on your blog today! It's such a timely, provocative and exciting story, I can't wait to share it with you all once the Kickstarter reaches full funding!
-Kari Aguila

Kari Hetcher Aguila said...

Wow! Your blog is wildly popular! I am seeing this pop up all over twitter. Well done, and thanks again!