It’s Good to be the King! Happy Birthday, Bewilliam

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Happy birthday, King Bewilliam, officially “born” on Dec. 14, 2011 with the publication of The Lost King.

The seed for the story took root in author Devorah Fox’s mind many years prior to that, but sprouted during her first writing marathon, National Novel Writing Month 2010. Since then, Bewilliam’s continued to grow and thrive in The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam high fantasy series, with Book Two, The King’s Ransom and Book Three, The King’s Redress. Devorah has informed me that The Redoubt, Book Four, was started last month during National Novel Writing Month 2014.

To celebrate and give new fans a chance to enjoy the series at a bargain price, she has created a Kindle Countdown promotion for Book Three, The King’s Redress,on Kindle US and Kindle UK, beginning with 99¢ on the king’s birthday.

 

US Countdown for the King’s Redress: http://amzn.to/Txao2M

Dec. 14: $.99

Dec. 15: $1.99

Dec. 16: $2.99

Dec. 17: $3.99

Dec. 18: return to regular pricing at :$4.99

 

UK Countdown for The King’s Redress: http://amzn.to/15XaXK7

 Dec. 14: £.99

Dec. 15: £.99

Dec. 16:£1.99

Dec. 17:£1.99

Dec. 18: return to regular pricing at £3.06

 

 

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A World of Opulence and Seduction: Interview with Thorne & Cross #horror

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My paranormal and horror friends, I’ve got you covered! Spooky reads are still fun during the holidays, and today I’m treating you to an intriguing story and the writing duo behind it. Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross have stopped by to share about their Ravencrest series, as well as answer a few of my questions. They also give us some of their top horror reading picks. So, dive in, and read on!

 

Author Interview: Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross

usus1Thanks so much, Alistair and Tamara, for stopping by. I’ve just downloaded a copy of Darker Shadows, and so far, I must say it’s a dark, yet intriguing read. It’s been a while since I’ve read horror, and I’m curious as to what draws you to write in the genre.

 

T & A: We both agree that writing in this genre is simply what comes natural for us. Even when we have tried writing other things, it eventually goes this direction. It’s just a matter of course for us. It’s what we both love.

 

Tell us about Darker Shadows, and what inspired you to write it?

 

T & A: Darker Shadows is the third installment and title of the three-part edition of The Ghosts of Ravencrest, which is a gothic serial thriller about the Manning family, their haunted history, and the young governess who is drawn into their world. We just finished the fourth installment, a Christmas-themed stand-alone novella, titled The Ghosts of Ravencrest: Christmas Spirits. It will be available in just a few days on Amazon.

 

Sometimes in in horror novels, there isn’t necessarily a clear-cut hero, or a happy ending. Often, the purpose is to evoke strong reactions or emotions we don’t always want to experience. As storytellers, how do you use this to engage your audience?

 

T & A: While we both respect the importance of the audience’s engagement, we have never written anything evocative for its own sake. We write the things we would love to read and trust that people will enjoy it.

 

What does the current landscape of horror novels look like? Do you feel there has been recent innovation or change? Do you think anything needs to be adjusted or revised for today’s reading audience?

 

T & A: We write to our sensibilities, not to the market. We do read horror because that interests us, be we also both read broadly outside the genre. We don’t follow the market and feel that trying to would likely hinder our creativity and put a damper on the joy of what we do. We believe that what people want is a good story and that’s what we try to provide. People will always want well-crafted stories and interesting characters. That will never change.

 

I love the idea of teaming up with another author for a book. How has that experience been?

 

T & A: Writing together has come very natural for us. We get along, treat each other with respect, and share the same artistic and ethical sensibilities. It is, very simply, what we’re meant to do.

 

Alistair, I’ve read that you like flogging your friends and making people uncomfortable—Hopefully, you’ve been nice to Tamara!

 

A: I only flog the ones I love!

 

Tamara, in your bio you spoke of using a male pseudonym for an earlier book. Did you feel you could reach a wider audience or grab more male readers if the name on your book was Chris Curry? What made you finally come out as Tamara Thorne?

 

T: It was a genderless pseudonym and most readers did assume I was male. I wanted that. At the time, I rarely enjoyed horror written by women – the horror glut was on and stories about evil babies, dolls, possessed pregnant women, and children-in-peril were everywhere. I never liked any of those topics and, honestly, have always preferred the male point of view – it’s far more fun for me – and easier to understand, so it was natural. I “came out” because I was invited to write for a second publishing house and couldn’t compete with the Chris Curry name. By then it was time to be me, so I trotted right out, happily. I never could get used to answering to “Chris” anyway. By the way, I did eventually have my way with evil dolls in Haunted. It was a blast.

 

Some writers who pen stories about ghosts and the paranormal are interested in studying these in real life. Do you investigate the paranormal, or have you had any spooky experiences?

 

T & A: We do and we have! And we even blogged about it. You can read all about it here:

http://thorneandcross.wordpress.com/2014/10/14/five-nights-in-a-haunted-cabin/

 

Give us three other horror authors (either past or current) you think we should be checking out.

 

Michael Aronovitz, Douglas Clegg, and Ray Bradbury!

 

Awesome! Thank you both for stopping by, and I’m looking forward to seeing more of you. I’ll list your book links and information below:

 

Darker Shadows (The Ghosts of Ravencrest Book 1)

Christmas Spirits (The Ghosts of Ravencrest Book 4)

Thorne & Cross Blog

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Three Reasons Why Marvel’s Agent Carter is Going to Rock

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I’m a believer, y’all.

Agent Carter is an amazing character, and Hayley Atwell just brought her to life and owned the role in the Captain America movie. And I tell you, she’s going to do the same when the Agent Carter TV show airs next month.

I came across the Why I’m Already Worried For Marvel’s Agent Carter post over at TV Over Mind (TVOM), and I’m going to protest the doubts already being cast.

Why?

Just because Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D has been on rocky ground doesn’t mean people are tired of Marvel (and thus by extension would be disinterested in Agent Carter).

Simpsons storyboard artist Luis Escobar provides a great breakdown explaining why a show like Arrow is kicking ass and taking names, while S.H.I.E.L.D has been floundering.

Agent Carter is about…well, Agent Carter. We know she doesn’t have superpowers, but what makes her a compelling heroine is the fact that she is able to go toe-to-toe with Nazi villains (and others) despite some people from her own side throwing stumbling blocks in her way because she’s a woman.

Although I think there is a bit of a niche quality to an Agent Carter show, since it is set in the 1940s and centers on espionage, I think her character, as well as a stellar supporting cast, and strong writing, will be able to carry it all into popular showdom. I mean, geez, if  some of us can get excited about a 1940s woman traveling back and forth between her husband and some 18th Century Scottish hunk, then, by golly, give us a 1940s woman who will kill a Nazi with a nail file and look stylish while doing it.

So, in support of the show, here are three reasons why Marvel’s Agent Carter TV Show is going to rock :)

 

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1. This Agent Carter  one-shot.

 

 

2. Espionage is fun and alluring, especially when there’s a beautiful, apt, and intelligent female spy.

I don’t know about you, but I LIKE seeing a strong heroine who can defend herself and others, all the while remaining human and relatable. I remember watching ALIAS
with Sydney Bristow–amazing show. Loved Sydney, her relationship with her aloof but I-Will-Kill-For-You dad, her tortured attempts at retaining friends and a love life while keeping her spy life secret, etc. If done right, Agent Carter can explore so many different facets of Peggy Carter’s life and interactions.

 

3. WWII era, in this context, is not ho-hum or overly distant. There are plenty of interesting situations and themes to play with.

Whether it’s confronting and defeating Nazi weird science, glamming it up old Hollywood style for a dinner party, or escaping the secret police by Oscar-worthy acting and pure wit, there’s a rich trove of entanglements, dangers, and drama that Agent Carter can endure and conquer.

Some of it already reminds me of the real women who actually spied for the Allies against the Nazis during WWII: Nancy Wake, the socialite who killed a Nazi with her bare hands (like, she karate chopped an SS officer’s neck and was surprised it actually worked). Noor Inayat Khan, the Indian princess who joined the French Resistance and hit the enemy so fiercely, that the Nazis tried to make her sign a written agreement (ha!) to cease fighting against them. And let’s not forget about the glamorous (and far from boring) black singer/actress and French spy, Josephine Baker.

Just the history alone is interesting, so a fictional female spy during this time (who worked with Captain America) will certainly be a fun and entertaining character to root for.

The show airs January 6, 2015, if I’m not mistaken. I am going to watch it. I’ll probably be cuddled up next to Luis Escobar while doing so.

Are you interested in the show as well? Or are you tired of the Marvel universe coming to TV?

 

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About Alesha Escobar

Alesha Escobar writes fantasy to support her chocolate habit. She’s the author of the Amazon bestselling historical fantasy series, The Gray Tower Trilogy, an action-packed story set in an alternate 1940s where magic meets espionage. The first book of the trilogy, The Tower’s Alchemist, is free at Amazon.

 

Sleepy Hollow Review: The Akeda #Fantasy #TV

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All right, I know we’ve had our ups and downs this season, and there’s been some grumbling, but I thought this Fall finale was decent. It entertained me, and I’m still happy to ride with Team Witness.

So last episode left us in a bit of a race to grab the sword of Methuselah, and Ichabbie swiped it before the horseman of death could. But oh, who will wield the demon-killing sword since whoever does so must lose his soul? Unless…you’ve already lost your soul.

Paging Captain Irving!

I’ve been one of the grumblers about the fact that Irving had been under-used this season (am I right?), and to see him in action, kicking zombie butt with the sword, made up for it. Katrina sort of stepped up her powers as a witch, but she needs to get more useful real quick. I’m certain her big argument with Ichabod made my Team Ichabbie peeps squeal with delight.

Dang, and they just don’t want to give up on Henry! How many chances will you give that man? (Well, except Abbie. She’s standing by, ready to lob his head off). I rolled my eyes and groaned at Ichabod’s attempts to reconcile with his wayward son, but I suppose it paid off in the end?

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Yes, I knew Henry would choose to stab Moloch with Methuselah’s sword at the last minute, and I wanted to tear up when Captain Irving died. WTF!!!! I’m so distraught that I almost forgot Team Witness had left Hawley, of all people, guarding the Headless Horseman in the occult chamber. You know Abraham is going to play mind games or attempt negotiation with Hawley. Just watch. You’ll see.

Until next time…

 

DARK ANGELES: Darya Salko (Book One) #Nephilim #AngelsDemons

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Folks, I only read two or three chapters and was blown away. This is Buffy the Vampire Slayer all grown-up and working it in today’s Los Angeles.

By day, Darya Salko is a district attorney, and by night, well, she tries to have a normal night life, but when demons are stirring up trouble and you’re half-angel (Nephilim), a girl’s gotta take out her katana and kick ass.

She’s on the side of the angels.

I’m offering you FREE ebook copies to beta read, courtesy of author Edward Owen and Creative Alchemy, Inc. Be the first to get a sneak peek at this amazing new urban fantasy series that’ll be released in March 2015. It’s novelette size (so about 1/3 the size of a full-sized novel), so you’ll be finished quickly and will beg for more. If you’re interested, you can contact me or comment below.

Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s What I’m Reading…

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Happy Turkey Day, folks! The husband and I will be visiting my grandmother and stealing accepting a couple of my sister’s famous sweet potato pies, and then we’ll house-hop over to the in-laws and let the children play. This will be a great time to catch up with my family, for which I’m thankful, and to also knock a few good books off my reading list.

So what am I reading right now?

You may or may not be surprised, because I’m such a hardcore sci-fi/fantasy reader, but right now I’m into George Washington’s Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the American Revolution by Brian Kilmeade.

Now this is the stuff that makes history particularly fun to explore. We often like to think of spying as something sleek and modern, with exotic locales and insane gadgets. Well, don’t forget there have been spies since the beginning, and we certainly had spies during the American Revolution. They were chosen by George Washington himself–and their stories are simply fascinating.

George Washington’s Secret Six introduces us to ordinary people who were called upon to do the extraordinary for the sake of America. From a coffeehouse owner, to a Quaker merchant, and even a mysterious and beautiful female spy, the portraits offered up of the Culper Spy Ring are both intriguing and engrossing.

If you’re a lover of history, you’re going to gobble this book up :) If you’ve enjoyed my previous posts about espionage and the female spies of WWII, then this book should be added to your TBR list.

If you’ve already read it, let me know what you think of it! If you plan on reading something else over the holiday weekend, what’s your choice?

 

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About Alesha Escobar

Alesha Escobar writes fantasy books to support her chocolate habit. Her Amazon bestselling series, The Gray Tower Trilogy, is an action-packed supernatural thriller set in an alternate 1940s where magic meets espionage. The first book of the trilogy, The Tower’s Alchemist, is available for free at Amazon.

Book Review: Good Neighbours #Shortstory Anthology

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Book Description

Not every story has to be an adventure. Not every hero has to be young, or noble, or mighty. When you don’t have a Chosen One, anyone’s story can be important.
In these twelve stories, we meet a little old lady, several government clerks, a smelly shaman — and the religious scholar who befriends him — an oppressed servant, a man whose business is to help his neighbours help each other, and even someone whose only distinction is an unusual name. Every one of them finds a way to be a hero.

 

One of My Favorite Lines:

“Mistress Prudence was quite used to living with dwarves in the basement.”

For some reason that just tickled me, and I had to tweet that out :)

 

My Thoughts

This short story collection was entertaining, thoughtful, and sometimes heartbreaking. This was a truly enjoyable read.

Many of the shorts appearing in this anthology come from Mr. Reeves-McMillan’s Gryphon Clerks universe (the setting of his novels), and it introduces us to an interesting world and compelling characters.

“Not every story has to be an adventure. Not every hero has to be young, or noble, or mighty. When you don’t have a Chosen One, anyone’s story can be important.”

Yes! I love the premise of this, and as we follow tidbits from the lives of humans, gnomes, dwarves, shamans, etc. you realize that you can have a lot of fun with stories that don’t have a big baddie to defeat in the end–sometimes we have to fight against ourselves, our prejudices, the sway of others’ emotions…

One of my favorite stories from this collection is “Good Neighbours” (reminds me of growing up in a neighborhood where we all knew each other, and a neighbor would call your parents in a heartbeat on you because they watched out for each other). I really enjoyed “Gnome Day,” though toward the end it made me cry a little (I should’ve known something bad was going to happen!). “Names” was funny and clever, and I think Fixer needs another story. His personality traits and skills make for a fun read. And of course, making an appearance is “Where is Your Breath?” which originally appeared in the NEW MYTHS anthology (shaman stories are always cool. Just sayin’.)

I don’t want to give away too much of the plot from individual stories, but if you’re looking for something fresh, entertaining, and touches upon some of the various relationships we hold dear, you’re going to want to download this anthology today.

Alesha’s Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0

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Blogger Book Fair: Anya Breton #Fantasy Author

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Today’s the final day of the Blogger Book Fair, where you can snag free and 99 cent fantasy and paranormal ebooks!

Today I’d like to introduce you to fantasy author Anya Breton, who’s not afraid to take risks and enjoys writing engaging stories. Check out her book!

 

The Only Sorceress (Sorceress Series #1)

Supernatural/Paranormal | Adult

 

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Self-proclaimed sorceress Kora Walsh knows exactly how to use her shiny new MBA. She’ll open a new age shop in a colony of the country’s most powerful witches. But the town rife with bigots doesn’t want her or her sleek shop tainting their perfect community.

Kora would leave if she had any choice in the matter. She’s trained from childhood for her true task—infiltrating coven leadership as her mother’s mole. Failure to do her familial duty is not an option, not when her childhood nemesis is assured her failed soul for an eternity of torture.

And thanks to the colony’s loudest supporter, the beautiful Desmond Marino, failure is a very real danger.

 

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Author Bio:

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I was born in New England into a family of weirdoes. Being an only child, I quickly learned to amuse myself with quirky pastimes. It was only inevitable that I’d turn to reading and writing. After writing fanciful (and sickeningly sweet) love stories, I branched out into erotic romance, paranormal romance, young adult, and urban fantasy. I currently reside in the American Midwest with my cats and a good man!

 

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Blogger Book Fair: Andi O’Connor #Fantasy Author

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Welcome back to our Blogger Book Fair! Remember, all the books featured this week are either FREE or 99 cents. Find all of us at the Blogger Book Fair site.

I’m thrilled to introduce you to our next author, an award-winning fantasy writer who’ll definitely capture your imaginations. Say hello to Andi O’Connor :)

 

Redemption (Short Story)

Fantasy | Adult

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Huddled in the shadows, Jae watches while one of the Mé’Draak brands his cellmate as a slave before viciously dragging him from the room. Feeling the weight of the metal collar around his neck, Jae is left alone to contemplate his own fate. Will the afternoon session finally Break him? Will it kill him? Or will he end up like the boy, a helpless pawn neither living nor dead?

 

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Teaser from Redemption (Short Story):

No, he’d receive no help from his parents. They’d sold him just as they’d sell all ten of his sisters. He was dead to them. He would never be free.

 

Silevethiel (The Vaelinel Trilogy #1)

Fantasy | Young Adult

 

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Following her father’s murder, Princess Irewen Donríel is betrayed and left for dead in the forests of Mistwood. Rescued by the elf prince, Laegon Elendell, Irewen awakes an exile with no home, no country, and no people. But as the horrific memories of murder and betrayal return, she realizes the nightmare is only beginning.

 

The world of Vaelinel is failing—its fate bound to her in ways no one fully understands. A mysterious elven prophecy may provide her with some answers, but continuously hunted and fighting for her life, Irewen quickly learns that unearthing the truth will be more difficult than she ever imagined. Can she accept Laegon’s love and the friendship of the Wood Elves, or will she stand alone against the terrifying evil now threatening to destroy the entire world?

 

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Teaser from Silevethiel (The Vaelinel Trilogy #1):

A voice penetrated Irewen’s deep sleep.

Her father said only one word, her name, but he was so desperate in his calling that she was immediately pulled from her slumber. She woke, searching in vain for the man she knew wouldn’t be there, couldn’t be there. Sorrow filled her heart anew when he didn’t answer her silent plea. But amidst the all too familiar grief, there flowered a warm bubble of joy.

She had heard his voice, and she had not forgotten.

 

The Lost Heir (The Dragonath Chronicles #1)

Fantasy | Adult

 

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Always a meticulous planner, Darrak Hunter leads a typically straightforward and dull life until his dreams unexpectedly become plagued with visions of a peculiar and distant world. Waking up to a brilliant purple sun looming ominously in the sky, Darrak is met by a mysterious violet-eyed sorcerer who whisks him away from the struggling Earth.

Thrown into the clutches of a foreign world where magic is reality and not all is as it seems, Darrak embarks on a journey where he is forced to come to terms with his past and do what he can to shape the future. Accompanied by a talented swordswoman, a prince, and a beautiful young sorceress, he must overcome cunning plots of treachery and betrayal to discover the strength to stand against a destructive black magic and an enemy who is a master at deception.

 

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Teaser from The Lost Heir (The Dragonath Chronicles #1):

“The two dragons symbolize the warrior’s inner battle and personal struggle to keep their lust for power under restraint. With the correct decisions and the right amount of discipline, the warrior will use their sword only to do good. However, with the slightest deviation, their greed for power will take dominion over their actions. Once the evil dragon is unleashed, it can never again be caged.”

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If you would like a specific dedication, let me know in the ‘Note to Seller’ section during checkout.

 

Author Bio:

Andi O'Connor

Andi O’Connor is the award winning author of the fantasy series The Dragonath Chronicles, The Vaelinel Trilogy, and The Legacy of Ilvania. Andi’s first YA novel,Silevethiel, was named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best Books of 2013. Her short story Redemption, is a Kindle Book Review, 2014 Kindle Book Awards Semifinalist. Andi is a member of the National Writers Association and the Boston Chapter of the Women’s National Book Association. She currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband, son, and four dogs.

 

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Blogger Book Fair: Emma Weylin #Paranormal Author

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We’re back again for our third day of Blogger Book Fair!

All of the books featured at this book fair are FREE or 99 cents. This is a steal!

Today I’d like to introduce you to paranormal author Emma Weylin, who wrote the supernatural time traveling series, TIME WALKERS. Take a peek, and snag a copy before it goes back to regular price.

 

Bring Me To Life (Time Walkers – Book 1)

Supernatural/Paranormal |Adult

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They say love can conquer all … but Vincent’s been dead for two hundred years, and Bryna is the one who killed him! Ominous warnings, time travel, love, revenge, vampires, demons, and so much more … Emma Weylin presents Bring Me to Life, Book 1 of her amazing new paranormal romance series, Time Walkers.

 

Being dead sucks, or so Vincent Asher believes. He’s spent the last two hundred years of his death battling vampires because his boss won’t let him kill demons. Known as a force called the Wraith, Vincent has become bored with preventing the apocalypse. When he hopes his boss will give him a more exciting assignment, he gets the shock of his afterlife. He must protect the woman who killed him.

 

Bryna Wildrose accidently killed the only man she ever loved. In a self-imposed death sentence, she’s spent the last ten years of her life trying to get herself killed. She never meant to kill Vincent, and the guilt is eating her alive. A vampire gives her a dire warning. The Wraith is coming for her. She can run, or she can let death take her.

 

Given no choice, Vincent goes back in time to find the one woman he loved more than life itself, but when he expected to torment her for causing his death, he learns nothing is what he believed it to be. Real love never dies, but Vincent’s power might not be enough to keep Bryna alive.

 

Content Notes: Spicy, Graphic Violence, Paranormal, Vampires, Time Travel, Spirits, Demons, Fantasy, Suspense

 

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Bring Me To Life Excerpt

Being dead sucks, or so Vincent Asher believes. He’s spent the last two hundred years of his death battling vampires because his boss won’t let him kill demons. Known as a force called the Wraith, Vincent has become bored with preventing the apocalypse. When he hopes his boss will give him a more exciting assignment, he gets the shock of his afterlife. He must protect the woman who killed him.

Bryna Wildrose accidentally killed the one man she ever loved. In a self-imposed death sentence, she’s spent the last ten years of her life trying to get herself killed. She never meant to kill Vincent, and the guilt is eating her alive. A vampire gives her a dire warning. The Wraith is coming for her. She can run, or she can let death take her.

Given no choice, Vincent goes back in time to find the one woman he loved more than life itself, but when he expected to torment her for causing his death, he learns nothing is what he believed it to be. Real love never dies, but Vincent’s power might not be enough to keep Bryna alive.

 

Author Bio:

Emma Weylin fell in love with the written word as a child. She loves to create her own worlds full of magic and wonder. One of her favorite things is populating those worlds with interesting and true-to-life characters who experience everything from epic love and heartrending battles to seriously silly or embarrassing “duh” moments. She believes love can and does conquer all things. When she’s not writing, she enjoys her family and has a copious yarn addiction.

 

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Interview

 

When did you start writing?

When I was in high school.

 

What inspires your writing?

Everything around me. Strange bits of my life, things you wouldn’t expect, end up in my novels. Something seemingly innocuous rotates and twists in my brain until it morphs into this strange new world I must explore.

 

What is the best part of being a writer?

Writing is my stress relief.

 

Is there something special or unique about you or your book you’d like to tell us about?

I am dyslexic. Which sucks when it’s time to edit.

 

 

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