First off, I’m so sorry I’ve been absent from the blog. Between holidays and travel and school and travel and writing and—
I wrote a thing for you! (so please don’t kill me)
But seriously, after this next trip (yes, I’m taking another one, this one is for Irin) I’ll get back to regular posting about stuff and things.
But for now, who’s in the mood for some paranormal suspense with a little bite?
Omens & Artifacts is live!
➜Nook: (will update as soon as the Nook store gets their **** together)
Ben and Tenzin are on a quest to find the lost sword of Brennus the Celt. Hopefully, they can avoid causing international vampire incidents while they’re at it.
“Every moment in Omens and Artifacts is so deftly crafted that the pages begin to turn themselves as the reader moves through an almost out-of-body experience while engaging with the characters and action.”
Setting up shop as an antiquities hunter means nothing if you don’t have clients. Benjamin Vecchio, nephew of a famed vampire assassin, is the subject of widespread speculation, but so far that speculation hasn’t translated into work.
What Ben needs is a job. A big job. A profitable job.
A legendary job.
Finding the lost sword of Brennus the Celt, the mythical Raven King of the British Isles, would make Ben’s reputation in the immortal world, but it could also draw dangerous attention. The Raven King’s gold hoard isn’t famous for being easy to find. Luckily, Ben has his own legend at his side.
Tenzin is a wind vampire who doesn’t like digging, but she’s more than happy to let Ben do the dirty work while she provides the muscle he needs to make other immortals pay attention. They’re partners. Or so Ben thinks.
But when finding this treasure puts Tenzin’s future plans at risk, will their partnership survive? Tenzin isn’t used to taking orders from anyone, particularly from a young human who used to be her student. Digging into ancient Scottish history can get you dirty. It can also get you killed.