Posts Tagged With: urban fantasy

Review: Bone Dry from #SPFBO

Sometimes it isn’t as easy as choosing right or wrong. Sixteen-year-old Holly Bennett is a comic book nerd, a con artist, and a shaman. Most days Holly wishes she could trade in her power of spirit communication for something more useful–like fireballs or Wolverine claws. She knows spirits aren’t exactly Casper the Friendly Ghosts. They’re […]

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Rosa’s Journey is Coming to an End

In just a few days on October 10, the final novel in the Fae of Calaveras series will be published, bringing Rosa’s journey to an end. This is a bittersweet moment for both Rosa and me—for Rosa because her ending is not entirely happy, and for me, because this trilogy was my first series that […]

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Cover Reveal: Witch Gate!

As I’m finishing up Witch Gate very soon, I decided it was finally time to do a cover for this thing. Behold the gloriousness that is my amateur photography skills: And while I was at it, I also did a new cover for “Witch Test” to match. Here’s what all six covers in the series look […]

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Sale Week: Small Town Witch & Witch Hunt

This week, Monday July 21st through Friday July 25th, Small Town Witch (ebook) is on sale at all stores for 99c. Amazon Kindle: Smashwords: Barnes & Noble: iTunes: Kobo:   Witch Hunt (ebook) will be free on Amazon Wednesday July 23rd through Friday July 25th. Amazon: And of course, this Friday will be the release […]

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July Release: A Midwinter Night’s Dream

It’s the start of a new month and that means another new release! Here’s another short story in my teen urban fantasy series, Fae of Calaveras. This one is sort of like #1.5, since it takes place between Small Town Witch and Witch Hunt. We’re going to the other half of the year with a sort of […]

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New release: Midsummer Knight

Hey Witchlings! It’s a new month and time for a new short story release. Midsummer Knight A new short story in the Fae of Calaveras series Born to a Fae mother and a human father, Ashleigh know her role is to marry the faeriekin Count’s heir, Glen, when they come of age. And Glen is […]

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Review: Midnight Runes

Goodreads Link: Midnight Runes (The Bestowed Ones #1) Author: Celeste Buie Genre: YA Urban Fantasy Rating: 4/5 stars WHEN YOUR FUTURE’S AT STAKE, DO YOU FOLLOW YOUR HEAD OR HEART?Brynn Emerson has always been in control of her life—until a mysterious stranger invades her dreams and her boyfriend, Trevor, suddenly dumps her.Life gets more complicated […]

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Review: The Prophecy of Arcadia

Goodreads Link: The Prophecy of Arcadia (Arcadian Wars #1) Author: M. H. Soars Genre: YA Urban Fantasy Romance Rating: 4/5 stars Being a teenager is tough, especially when you have to pretend to be something you’re not, and you’re in love with someone you shouldn’t. 115 years ago, a small planet called Arcadia was invaded by […]

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Witch Hunt FREE to download on Amazon!

For today and tomorrow only, Witch Hunt (Fae of Calaveras #2) is FREE on Amazon! If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on this new ebook, now is the perfect time to grab it! She wished her mom would disappear. Now her mom’s missing, and all she wants is to find her again. Teen […]

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Fae of Calaveras #2: Witch Hunt

I am so excited to announce the release of my latest novel, Witch Hunt! Some of you have been waiting for this book for a year now, and I know you want to find out what happened to Rosa and her mother. Click here to find this book on Amazon! Also available in paperback. The following […]

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