Wednesday, 16 April 2014

A to Z Blogging Challenge - N is for New To Me

The A to Z Blogging Challenge is over the half way mark.
If you haven't heard of it, check out the A to Z blog and join in the fun.

My writers group, Untethered Realms. are taking part in the Challenge as a group. Each day, one of us will be sharing with you a fantastical creature that may be from one of our books, a favorite movie, or something we just came up with as entertainment.

N is for new creatures to me. Check out the creatures we'd like to write about at Untethered Realms.

Monday, 14 April 2014

Destruction: The December People, Book One

It's the launch day for book one in Sharon Bayliss's exciting new series, The December People. I'm a huge fan of Sharon's, having loved her debut novel, The Charge. You can bet Destruction is high on my TBR list. Congratulations, Sharon.

David Vandergraff wants to be a good man. He goes to church every Sunday, keeps his lawn trim and green, and loves his wife and kids more than anything. Unfortunately, being a dark wizard isn't a choice.

Eleven years ago, David's secret second family went missing. When his two lost children are finally found, he learns they suffered years of unthinkable abuse. Ready to make things right, David brings the kids home even though it could mean losing the wife he can’t imagine living without.

Keeping his life together becomes harder when the new children claim to be dark wizards. David believes they use this fantasy to cope with their trauma. Until, David's wife admits a secret of her own—she is a dark wizard too, as is David, and all of their children.

Now, David must parent two hurting children from a dark world he doesn’t understand and keep his family from falling apart. All while dealing with the realization that everyone he loves, including himself, may be evil.


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The Author

Sharon Bayliss is the author of The December People Series and The Charge. When she’s not writing, she enjoys living happily-ever-after with her husband and two young sons. She can be found eating Tex-Mex on patios, wearing flip-flops, and playing in the mud (which she calls gardening). She only practices magic in emergencies. 

You can find Sharon here.

I'll be back on Wednesday, when Vicki Keire will be this week's Speculative Fiction Writer.