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Posted: Aug 2 2014, 12:33 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 14-June 14
For the sake of organization, I'm setting up a thread to record my new releases. That's mostly my urban fantasy series, beginning with Sorcery and Scholarships, which is available from Amazon or FREE from Smashwords. You can see the reviews on Goodreads.
I just published Gin and Ambrosia, the fifth book in the series:
Createspace (paperback): https://tsw.createspace.com/title/4932195
Everyone wishes the ancient prophecy would go away. Pixies commute to work and sirens make mp3s of their songs, yet antique forces stubbornly persist. They want to bring about a war between Light and Darkness in an era when most people just want to cash in on the merchandising.
As Aki, Blake, and Keisha begin their last semester at Axis University, they realize that they've had it easy so far. Soon they're going to have to face the real world, worrying about jobs before they can think about any coming war. Worst of all, some friendships can't last past college.
That's assuming they can survive to graduation, because everything they've done is coming back to haunt them. Old enemies like Tierdrial and Risa take the gloves off, Emile and Tiffanos drag them into new schemes, and Axis University moves its plan another step forward. There's going to be another bid to remake reality, this time not the kind that can be stopped by a bunch of lucky students.