Under Witch Moon
by Maria E. Schneider
Genres: mystery, paranormal
Available from Amazon.
Maria E. Schneider’s Under Witch Moon is a blend of mystery, romance and magic; a ride through Santa Fe in an underground world of shape shifters, witches and spells. Making a living as an earth witch is easy–until you have to investigate a murder or two.
“Lynx, I’m talking about breaking and entering! This is not a big job, this is–” I gulped. “Illegal. And I can’t ask you to do that. I need to ask you instead to…take action if I don’t come back in a certain time.” His face clouded with disappointment. “You don’t think I can do it?” I snorted. “Of course you can do it. And it would be better for me if you did it because I can’t use spells to get the doors unlocked!” He considered this, along with the plate of food I put in front of him. “If you can’t use spells, who you gonna get to open the door?” “I’m going to have to figure out a way to open it without spells.” He took a bite of food and tried to talk around it. “So why you ain’t going to ask me?”
What others are saying:
“One of the books I’ve read recently is Under Witch Moon, by Maria E. Schneider, and it had me laughing out loud (much to the consternation of the non-reader driving the car).” – Books on the Knob.
Breaking Cursed Bonds
by Elisabeth Zguta
Available in print or Kindle formats.
A curse has loomed over the De Gourgues family for centuries. An ancient journal is discovered that unfolds the source of the spirit spell. It tells stories of French Seamen, Florida Tribes and Ancient Ceremonies.
Emilie De Gourgues crosses paths with Jeremy Laughton and their lives become intertwined. Together they go to extreme measures to end the curse and free her family from the deadly horror. Their attempt to destroy the lethal legacy is impeded by other family members, who create pandemonium and chaos, adding to the predicament. Can Emilie break the curse and survive her eccentric family?
Will Emilie find peace despite her own personal turmoil, caused by her clairvoyant gift of empathy, and the sordid family secrets?
Travel with Emilie and Jeremy from Memphis to New Orleans, then from Florida to France, as they search for the answers. What they discover may be surprising, and give you pause to evaluate your own cursed bonds.
I decided to try an experiment. What would happen, I wondered, if I set-up a crowdfunding appeal on either Kickstarter or Indiegogo? I had written a post, Kickstart Your Indie Project, on Indies Unlimited in favor of Kickstarter, and my fellow IU writer Rich Meyer had written one, Mendicancy – The First Refuge of The Modern Indie, critiquing the idea of independent authors asking for money to fund their book costs. What better way to prove my point that people are happy to fund novels, and to gain visibility for my book at the same time, than to put together a crowdfunding campaign? Continue reading “Not One Stinkin’ Dime”
by Melissa Bowersock
Available from Amazon US and Amazon UK.
Matthew Stone doesn’t believe in ghosts … until he meets one. He owns a successful business in Lake Havasu, Arizona, home to the famed London Bridge that was brought over stone by stone and rebuilt over the Colorado River. He has a gorgeous girlfriend, a doting mother, and more money than he needs, but no time for stories about the ghosts who were transplanted from England with the famed bridge.
When a chance encounter with a female ghost leads to unexpected friendship, Matt and the ghost are forced to rely on each other as they confront the pasts that haunt them.