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Happy Book Birthday to INK by Damien Walters Grintalis!

I’d like to wish my client, Damien Walter Grintalis, a hearty congratulations on the occasion of the publication of her debut novel, Ink (Samhain, 2012). 

Ink Cover Art

The griffin inked on Jason’s arm looks real enough to take flight. Until he wakes up one night and finds his arm temporarily ink free. Until he finds a brick wall where the tattoo shop should be. As his world spins out of control, Jason realizes a truth as sharp as the griffin’s talons: The tattoo is alive, it’s hungry, and if Jason tries to kill it, he’ll die himself. The tattoo artist will remove it, for a price. But he’s not interested in mere money or even in Jason’s soul. He wants something far, far worse…

For someone who doesn’t read horror novels (or anything even remotely scary), it’s ironic I’m Damien’s agent. But I can’t help it: I’m a sucker for fantastic writing. Damien drew me in with her craftsmanship, keeps me turning pages, and scares the shit out of me. Well, not her. Her stories. So go buy Ink! And happy book birthday, Damien!

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