Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Rothana Cover Reveal


Coming November 27th!


A new queen falls. A death lord rises. An ancient foe looms in the shadows. 

Sylvie Imanthiya is desperate to lead Faerie well and deepen the bond with her husband, former king Taylan Ashkalabek. But all hope of that vanishes when the Winter Solstice ceremony ends in disaster, stranding her and Taylan in the Deathrealm, and stripping the kingdom from her. 

With Faerie in chaos, Zad and Diza are separated once again: Zad to reconcile with an old mentor to stabilize the kingdom, and Diza to confront the nefarious Casimir in the mortal realm. But Casimir claims that a greater evil seeks to destroy both realms, an evil that Diza’s unique death magic can hold at bay—if she could only remember how. 

In the Deathrealm, Taylan is succumbing to the lure of specters from his past, and pushing away Sylvie’s love. Overwhelmed by decay and darkness, Sylvie must summon unexpected magic from the soul of Kyure to fight for her convictions and her husband’s heart. 

Shadows divide them. Their friends are in peril. If Sylvie fails, her marriage and her world will fall. 
  


About the Author: 

 
Sarah Delena White was raised by wolves in an alternate dimension. She writes eclectic speculative fiction that reworks mythology with a fine balance of poetry and snark. She’s an experienced world traveler who loves to weave world folklore and ancient concepts into vibrant, original story worlds. She is the administrative manager for Uncommon Universes Press. When she’s not writing, she can be found making elegant designer bead jewelry, traveling to festivals as a professional ballad singer, drinking tea, and seeking to create the perfect latte. She can be bribed with dark chocolate. 
 
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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Upcoming Events


Cascade of Authors

When: Saturday, November 3, 2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Where: Elyria Public Library, West River Branch
1194 West River Rd.
Elyria, OH 44035

Come join me and seven other featured authors for the 9th annual Cascade of Authors at the Elyria Public Library. We will all talk briefly about our books as well as have copies available for purchase, including my newest short story release, Magic & Mayhem! Be sure to stop by and grab some new reading material! List of attending authors: http://elyrialibrary.org/cascadeinfo.html


Read Local: Author Fair

When: Saturday, November 17, 2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Where: Medina Public Library
Community Room A + B
210 South Broadway St.
Medina, OH 44256

Stop by the Medina Country District Library during the candlelight walk weekend for the Read Local: Author Fair. Twenty-one authors will be taking part and will be offering their books for sale. This event is suitable for all ages and will feature multiple genres of books. In addition, there will be the ultimate giveaway-- a basket of books written by the authors you meet! Be sure to stop by and show your support. List off attending authors:
A&M Moonlight Creations – Jennifer Priester & Cheryl Casebeer
A.D. Adams
Deanna R. Adams
Don Ake
Jackie Anton
James Banks
Kenneth P. Cash
David Allen Edmonds
Joann King
Irv Korman
Jean Lee
Kathryn Long
Daniel MacPherson
Marin McGinnis
Brian O’Connell
Laurel & Nick Salupo
Melissa Sasina
Robert Sberna
Nicholette Tixier (nursenicholette)
Jane Ann Turzillo

Sunday, October 7, 2018

New Release: Magic & Mayhem!

AVAILABLE NOW!



What could possibly go wrong when magic is involved?
When Ari Blackwood is sent to Mithralla, home to the most esteemed mages in all of Earnia, she soon learns she's been tasked with doing the impossible: breaking the known laws of magic. Will her unusual approach at the arcane be enough, or will her attempts prove disastrous?
Journey into Earnia, a world ripe with magic and tales of daring adventures, untold dangers, and all around mischievousness. Magic & Mayhem is the first in a collection of short stories set in the world of Earnia (Set in the same world as Lies of Light)

Grab it now on Amazon Kindle (print to follow)!https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J491632/

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Fantasy Book Giveaway!


Summer is almost over and fall is steadily approaching. What better way to celebrate than with a giveaway? Enter to win some signed fantasy books and some swag to go along with them!


Grand Prize: (One Winner) 1 signed copy each of Lies of Light and Falls the Shadow by Melissa Sasina, 1 signed copy of Sunbolt by Intisar Khanani, 1 signed copy of Opal Charm: The Path to Dawn and 1 copy of Opal Charm: Hope in Nautical Dusk by Miri Castor, 1 signed copy of The Key of Amatahns by Elisabeth Wheatley, 1 tote bag, 2 handmade necklaces, and some swag!
Runners up: (Five Winners) 1 ebook copy of Lies of Light by Melissa Sasina, 1 ebook copy of Sunbolt by Intisar Khanani, and 1 ebook copy of Opal Charm: The Path to Dawn by Miri Castor.

Giveaway begins August 28, 2018 at 12 am EST and ends at midnight EST on September 23, 2018.

Terms and Conditions: No purchase necessary to enter of to win. This giveaway begins at 12 am EST on August 28, 2018 and ends at midnight EST on September 23, 2018. One Grand Prize winner and five runners up chosen at random and will be announced on September 24th. Due to cost of shipping overseas, the Grand Prize is limited to residents of the US only. Winners will be posted online and notified by email. Winners have one week to respond to the email before another winner is chosen at random. 

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Friday, June 8, 2018

NEW RELEASE: Lies of Light (Darker Shade of Light 1)


Skin black as pitch, nails like talons…

A mysterious illness creeps through Acantha’s people—one that even the most powerful healers’ magic cannot touch. When the affliction proves to be something far more sinister and a family dies, Noora Duskbourne finds herself trapped. Blamed by the King for the incident, Noora’s only ally in her escape from the King’s fury is Vaeros, a man whose identity is shrouded in mystery. However, safety is not quite at hand as she is pursued by a Warder as skilled in the hunt as he is with the deadly arts of arcane combat. A path wrought with danger awaits Noora and Vaeros as they discover that something harrowing lingers in the light—an ancient darkness that refuses to remain forgotten.

 

Grab your copy today!

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Sunday, April 29, 2018

The Displaced Review

The Displaced

by Frieda Watt

Marie Levesque is a young woman growing up on the shores of Ile Royale as the French Empire collapses on the battlefields. Britain and France are once again at war. The conflict has spilled over into the North America of 1744.

With the threat of war looming on the horizon, Marie struggles to find her place. As a young woman, her life is just beginning. Her friendship with Pierre promises of something more. But the British promise not only to defeat them but annihilate their very way of life.

As empires collide, Marie and Pierre are catapulted into a world they do not understand – a world of spies, treason, and revenge.

Not only must they fight to survive the war, but they must also fight to stay together despite the forces that threaten to tear them apart forever.

I don't normally read historical romances, but I must admit to enjoying this one. The Displaced offers a look into the daily lives of Marie and Pierre as they grow up and learn to survive through the atrocities of war and other torments that I won't spoil here in this review. I honestly didn't mind the slow paced scenes that were scattered throughout the story, never really finding them to be too drawn out. There were a few times where I felt some areas in time jumps could be expanded further upon, but it wasn't enough to distance me from the story at all. I felt the author gave a good look into what life was like. Unnecessary action wasn't forced on us all the time. It was quite a nice break from the fantasy and urban fantasy stories I generally read. And the details in everything from the attacks and treatments of injuries were quite good in my opinion.

There were several times I worried for Marie and Pierre as well as times I wanted to reach into the story and help them deal justice against certain other characters. I grew attached to Marie's brother Nic as the story progressed. At the end of the story, I truly wanted to see how they thrived with their new lives. Maybe one day I will be delighted with a look into how everything turned out for them, perhaps from the perspective of someone close to them. All in all, I enjoyed the book.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Ensaadi Review

Ensaadi

by Elisabeth Wheatley

In the endless dunes of the Sandsea, strength is the only virtue and weakness is the only sin.

Ensaadi Talitha of Ilios is the warlord’s heir who dreams of peace. Finally, she has the chance to broker a marriage between two feuding tribes, but her efforts are shattered when her besotted cousin claims the bridegroom.

The treachery forces Talitha and her warriors to flee back to Ilios. Only through an uneasy alliance with a band of mercenary Dunedrifters and their enigmatic leader can her people hope to make it home.

With the lives of her warriors and the safety of her city at stake, Talitha will be forced to make the hardest decisions of her life. As an ensaadi, no matter what Talitha may want, a heart is a luxury and a conscience is a curse.

Ensaadi is a 30,000 word novella and first in the all-new Warlords of the 
Sandsea romance adventure series.

Okay, absolutely stunning cover aside, I loved this book. The story is fast paced and keeps you pulled in all the way through. Talitha is an incredibly strong character who can hold her own in many ways. I'm not a huge fan of "romance" stories, but this one offers so much more than that. There is this wonderful sense of danger through the entire book and even at the end you know that the threat is not completely gone. The characters were pretty well developed, even the secondary characters, such as Gilsazi.

My only complaint is that the story ended. Short stories do that to me; pulling me in and then leaving me craving so much more. This one was no exception in the least. I will eagerly be awaiting the next installment of the Warlords of the Sandsea series.