Friday, 30 August 2013

Wilder Mage Launch Day

Today I'm thrilled to help with the release of CD Coffelt's Wilder Mage. You probably know her better as Huntress. She's been a part of the blogging and writing community for as long as I can remember, and one of the coolest people I know.

Now for the book launch. Drum roll...



The earthquake wasn’t his fault. Not this time.

Justus Aubre is a wilder. A mage unbound to the Imperium, and therefore a dangerous wild card in their eyes. The Imperium wants him, wants his power, but Justus has hidden for many years and now has some semblance of a normal life. All that’s about to change when Sable Rounds walks through the door of his antique shop, looking for work. Justus instantly knows what Sable is, he just doesn’t know the danger he’s in.

Alone, also on the run from the Imperium, Sable longs for a normal life. For somewhere to belong. She finds this when Justus hires her, but she knows it’s temporary and fragile, an illusion. Though she hates to think about it, she knows that one day she will have to move on.

The Imperium is always behind her, waiting. When they finally find Sable, they find Justus. And all hell’s about to break loose.

Wilder Mage

CD Coffelt, Huntress


Bio:

CD Coffelt lives outside Maryville, Missouri with a bemused husband and way too many cats. She adores all things fantasy with a special love for urban and epic.

With a passion for good writing and Doritos as companions, locating Middle-Earth on a dusty road in rural Missouri wasn’t difficult. All it took was a little Magic, hours of reading, and an overactive imagination.

You can visit her blog at www.spiritcalled.blogspot.com.


Congratulations, Huntress. Another book to go on my TBR pile. My list never gets any shorter!

That's it for this week. Have a great weekend.

9 comments:

  1. What a great looking/sounding read! I love stories like this, and will be adding it to my list.

    Thanks Ellie, for promoting Huntress (CD) and congrats, CD, for finding Middle Earth in Missouri. Must have used a big divining rod!

    M.L. Swift, Writer

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    1. JRR Tolkien and Heinlein showed me the way.
      Thank you, thank you

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  2. Way to go, Carol!!! I have my copy.

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  3. Thank you, thank you Ellie! *Biggest Grin Evah*

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  4. Congrats! The story sounds like a good one.

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  5. Wilder Mage sounds good. Congrats Huntress!

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  6. Congrats! The colors on that cover are expertly chosen.

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