Book promo…

Two friends have books out that I want to promote. First is DJ Butler and AM Ritchey’s The Cunning Man.

As always, click on the cover for the link!

The Cunning Man by [Butler, D.J., Ritchey, Aaron Michael]

The blurb-

It’s the depths of the Depression, and a mining town in Utah is shut down. Something has awakened underground, and now a monster roams the tunnels. Along comes Hiram Woolley. Hiram is a man with mystical abilities derived from the commonsense application of Scot-Irish folk wisdom and German Braucher magic. He possesses an arcane Bloodstone that allows him to see a lie the moment it is spoken. Behind the played-out farms and failed businesses are demons, curses, sorcerers, and unatoned wrongs. Bags of groceries and carpentry won’t be enough this time.The job will take a man who has known sorrow. A man who has known war. A man of wisdom. A man of magic. The job will take a Cunning Man.

At the publisher’s request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).

About The Cunning Man:
“An attempt at charity during the Great Depression turns into a protracted fight against supernatural forces in this admirable paranormal mystery. . . . the richly imagined magic system and glimpses of Mormon culture create a fully realized world. Historical fantasy fans will delight in the zigzagging plot of this mystery.”—Publishers Weekly

“An amazing tale that grabs you by the throat and won’t let go! Butler & Ritchey are a literary force to be reckoned with! Hit that download button and grab your copy now! The Cunning Man will never let you go!”—Sherrilyn Kenyon, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

This one was hard to put down! Intricately crafted, multiple things going on, and a damn good story!

Next is Alma Boykin’s 7th tail…er…tale in the Familiar’s series, Eerily Familiar.

Eerily Familiar: Familiar Tales Book Seven

The blurb-

Something hunts the hunters . . .

Something waits in the shadows, watching. Lelia Chan and her Familiar, Tay, hear vague rumors of trouble among the shadow mages. Everyone’s heard rumors before, and keeping her boss happy is more important. Then a painting tries to capture her friend. When her mentor and good friend André and his Familiar Rodney both go missing, Lelia has to take charge.

She’s not ready. No shadow mage ever is. But she’ll find a way or die trying.

Things worse than than death hide in the shadows. And they LIKE meeting over-confident young mages.

A fun read, and Lelia’s ‘education’ continues, in some unexpected ways… 🙂


Comments

Book promo… — 2 Comments

  1. That’s a terrible cover for “The Cunning Man.” It makes it look like a book about magical transgenders.

    Loved the new Familiars tale. Remember, folks – if you like it, review it!

    Thanks for boosting the signal!

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