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Right, all you clean freaks out there! Time’s a comin’ when the second in The Cleaners series is out: The Maids of Wrath!

“I loved MAIDS OF WRATH! This is a worthy successor to ENTER THE JANITOR. The Cleaners universe keeps expanding in all the right ways. You’ll never look at cleaning professionals the same away again.”
Jennifer Brozek, author of APOCALYPSE GIRL DREAMING

If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the final cover art.

Maids of Wrath - Copy - Copy

Nifty, no? And here’s the official plot summary:

After surviving employee orientation without destroying the city with her new powers, Dani is finally a bonafide Cleaner. Raring to get to work and save the world from Corruption, she’s given the critical assignment of…full-time tools training. After all, what good are magic mops or squeegees if she doesn’t know how to properly wield them against Scum? For now, she’s stuck in sparring matches where her pride is getting as bruised as her body.

Ben, her janitor friend and mentor, is also struggling with being sidelined as a “consultant.” His only consolation is having gained information that could help solve the mystery of his wife’s death on a Sewer run gone horribly wrong—the same event that temporarily trashed his sanity.

But when a maid goes berserk during a training session and tries to slaughter everyone with a feather duster, something is clearly afoul within the ranks of the Cleaners themselves.

Company procedure brooks no compromise: Identify and quarantine the source of the Corruption at all costs. But who cleans the Cleaners? Especially when further enraged outbreaks seem to occur at random?

As bodies begin to create quite the messy heap, it’s only a matter of time before the whole company is consumed by the madness—taking Dani and Ben down the drain with it.

Now, here’s the really fun thing. You could get a chance to read it before the official launch date! How?

Easy. We make a trade. Yes, I know it sounds mercenary, but I consider it a win-win opportunity. Here’s how it works.

After reading this post you contact me through my website contact form and express your interest in receiving an advance review copy (ARC). Digital versions only at the moment, available in most formats.

I then send you an ARC file. In return, you commit to reading and posting an online review within the next month. This review could be on your blog, Amazon, Goodreads, an official review site, or all of the above!

At which point, you then link me the review as proof (via the contact form again, email, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) and, once the book launches in April, I send you a free physical copy of the final, complete thing as a thank you. It’ll be signed and personalized too!

Do note, I am not asking for only positive reviews. I want honesty. Even if your review isn’t so great, or downright damning, I’ll still send you the physical book as a thank you for making the effort. You also don’t have to have read Enter the Janitor to be eligible.

All right, clean freaks, whattya say? Ready to step into the ring and face down the feather dusters?

Contact me here to get started

And may the best maid (or janitor) win.

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