INSIDE THE BOOK: The Black Tigers

Join me for the next month as we visit different features of BLACK TIGER.  We can meet new characters, take exclusive tours of some exciting places, and maybe even spot a black tiger or two. 




Pull up a chair ’n I’ll tell you about one of the many mysteries that came with the beginning of Ky: the black tigers. In the early days of Ky, after the White Plague struck but before the channels were dug, our ancestors were experimenting with a cure for the plague. They tested this cure on tigers. Why tigers, you ask? Why not dogs or pigs or rats? Well, I would tell ya, ‘cept I don’t know.


But I do know this. Whatever they gave them tigers changed their outward appearance to somethin’ fierce. Black stripes on black. As if those things weren’t already terrifying, big as they are and with those large teeth. No wonder they use ‘em to round up runaway prisoners, eh? Oh, don’t worry. They’re not all bad. Some folks like to keep ‘em as pets, but don’t ask me why. I wouldn’t want one of those beasts anywhere near me while I’m sleeping.

Now, there’s somethin’ else that drug did to those tigers, but, well, I don’t remember what it was, so you’ll have to ask someone else. Don’t ask a politician, though. They don’t let any information slide without direct consent from the chief. But Rain might know a thing or two. Ask around if you don’t know him. Everybody knows Rain. He’s the history buff ‘round here, though he tries to keep that undercover.



Hope this answers your questions. If you want to know more about the black tigers, ask in the comments!

BLACK TIGER releases on October 6, 2016, but you can preorder the Kindle version for $.99 on Amazon

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