Featured Work: Of Lips and Tongue by A.G. Carpenter

Clicking Keys would like to congratulate A.G. Carpenter on the release of Of Lips and Tongue, the first installment in The Touch Trilogy published by Falstaff Books!

About the Story 

Delaney Green is one of them that don’t burn.

Possessed of the Touch – with the ability to not only see the future but manipulate it – she’s been kept in an institution for most of her life. When the Salesman, a murderous entity with a connection to Delaney’s past, starts burning girls to death, FBI Agent Percival Cox gives her the chance to leave the asylum behind. But he presents an even greater threat and she must risk flesh and bone in order to keep him from becoming a Power more destructive than the Salesman.

—Book description from Amazon.com

Click here to view the e-book on Amazon! 

About the Author

A.G. Carpenter writes fiction of (and for) all sorts, with a focus on the speculative. With over a dozen published short stories, her work has appeared in Twitter-zines such as One Forty Fiction and Trapeze Magazine, online publications Daily Science Fiction, Goldfish Grimm’s Spicy Fiction Sushi, and Abyss & Apex.

Her work is available in print from Nature Magazine’s “Futures”, the micro-press anthology “Southern Gothic” (New Lit Salon Press – Oct. 2013), and “The Weather’s Always Fine in Paradise” – a collection of short stories and novelettes.

She graduated from The College of Santa Fe with a degree in Moving Image Arts (B.A, 2004) and is still an avid fan of film making, with a preference for movies in which things explode. She lives in the southern United States with her husband, their lively son and a herd of cats.

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