Cedar Fort author Heather Ostler visited KSL 5’s “Studio 5” morning show to promote the release of her new book, “The Siren’s Secret,” and her book launch party, which will take place at the Orem Barnes & Noble (330 E University Pkwy) at 6 p.m.
Today’s “Studio 5” visit follows appearances on ABC4’s “Good Things Utah” and “The Daily Dish” earlier this week.
“The Siren’s Secret” is the second installment in “The Shapeshifter’s Secret” series, was released on June 11 and is available on Amazon.com, BarnesAndNoble.com and BooksAndThings.com.
The book launch party will feature Siren gift baskets, A Pass of All Passes and an iPad Mini giveaway.
About the book:
Julia thought she knew what she was—a shapeshifter. However when she finds out she’s also a cursed siren, her life takes an unexpected turn. While Julia tries to decide where she belongs and what her future is, her father is kidnapped by the evil Guild. To earn his freedom Julia must get married and renounce her royal position within 48 hours. Soon she is faced with the biggest decisions of her life. Julia must decide what life she wants, and what is worth fighting for. Every choice, every decision will change Julia’s future forever.
Praise for ‘The Siren’s Secret’:
“A fast-paced story full of suspense and adventure.”—Rachel McClellan, author of the Fractured Light series
“‘The Siren’s Secret’ transports you to a richly imagined world that you won’t want to leave.”—Lisa Rumsey Harris, author of “The Unlikely Gift of Treasure Blume”
“A refreshing plunge into a new world, flourishing with intriguing new ideas and crisp imagination.”–Preston Norton, author of “Blud and Magick”
“‘The Siren’s Secret’ is a fresh delight! . . . A wonderful journey to underwater worlds and new lands of intrigue and suspense.” —T. Lynn Adams, author of the Tombs of Terror series, now optioned by Hollywood
About the author:
Heather Ostler grew up near the mountains with a rambunctiously entertaining family. She majored in English at Utah Valley University and soon began composing stories about masquerades, water nymphs, and shapeshifters. She and her husband, Kellen, reside in Highland, Utah with two remarkably pleasant pugs.