Yes, I can now use the plural in good faith as I do have more than one book on offer.
When Stephanie Anders discovers her estranged, wild-child little sister has died and she must attend her funeral, she discovers that Estella’s death is not necessarily as terminal as she had been lead to believe and that, rather than dead, her sister is more of the undead variety. Too late to save her sister’s life, Stephanie Anders must now try to save her soul from the vampire who has possessed her, Branwyre, eighteenth vampire Lord of the Aegean.
With only the aid of the ghost of a pissed-off Buddhist monk with a potty mouth, and the modern day Priestess of Isis, Stephanie must battle demons and other denizens of a world she knows nothing about. Even her first task, to recover Branwyre’s crucible if she is to succeed in banishing the vampire before he has regained his full strength, is not what it seems.
But dealing with a demon, or double-binding a vampire in a sunbed pales in comparison to learning how to forgive her sister for what she did, especially if she is to have even half a chance of saving her soul.
Welcome to a world within our own, the Other World. A place of Darkness and Light; where gods, vampires, demons, and ghosts wage a constant struggle for survival.
To see the trailer of this eBook, please click here.
Genre – Speculative fiction, paranormal adventure, urban fantasy.
Some reviews for Isis, Vampires and Ghosts – Oh My! can be found on Goodreads.
Quotes for Isis, Vampires and Ghosts – Oh My!:
“I very much enjoyed reading this book I love the wit and smart comments that Stephanie puts out… I believe you got a home run on this one I can’t wait to read the next book out.” – Deborah Mingle (Netgalley Reviewer).
“I thought this was a very interesting book with a lot of twists and turns. I like the idea of the storyline. I like that the main character really develops during the course of the book.” – Stephanie Linden (Netgalley Reviewer).
“Filled with a variety of characters both living, dead, undead and other, I found this book funny and emotional (my eyes filled up at the end). I would definitely recommend this book.” – April Hollingworth (Book Reviewer).
“Great book. Couldn’t put it down. It has some great twists and turns.” – Diane Riggins (Writer, Reviewer, Blogger).
Bonnie’s Story – A Blonde’s Guide to Mathematics – released via Hague Publishing, June 2013.
Meet Bonnie and the new man in her life, Rogan; and discover what happens when hard maths meets a rolled up newspaper.
When Bonnie encounters Rogan taking a photograph of the street sign outside her house, she is plunged into a world she couldn’t have expected. A world where she visits the Moon, watches life begin, and learns the true depth of a mathematics that allows Rogan and his friends to travel instantly across the world using nothing more than their mobile phones.
But now Bonnie has bigger problems than a boyfriend who can walk through walls – she’s running for her life, and if she’s caught…
Genre – Speculative fiction, sci-fi/fantasy, romance, chicklit, new adult (yes, it’s a good mix)
Available now through Hague Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Angus and Robertson, Bookworld, Kobo, Google Play and all good eBook retailers.
Some reviews of Bonnie’s Story can be found at Goodreads.
Quotes for Bonnie’s Story –
“A brilliant YA story from an author with the imagination to fire a dozen Dr Who stories! Exciting and gripping.” – Michael Jecks, author of the Sir Baldwin and Simon medieval murder mysteries.
“I am in love with this book! … a great mixture of New Adult/Adult romance and The Big Bang Theory on television. I loved Bonnie! She was a spitfire, a great mix of a damsel in distress and a strong female lead.” – Amy Cagle – Books Complete Me Unlimited.
“I picked this book up to read yesterday … and I finished it this morning and the kitchen floor is still dirty. I didn’t want to put it down, although I did sleep in the middle. It was the kind of book that slowly sucks you in and then you realise that you’re halfway through and really need to get some sleep.” – Leonie Rogers, author of Frontier Incursion.
The Sacramento Book Review gave it 4 out of 5 stars and said … an entertaining science fiction-ish tale of teleportation and friendship. … “Bonnie’s Story” is a light-hearted sci-fi story in the mode of Douglas Adams or Terry Pratchett–goofy and entertaining at the same time. Bonnie shows more depth than one might guess from the “blonde” tag she carries, along with an engaging personality. A well-done book with good characterization, dialog, and concepts. And no math required.
“… this is so weird it’s really fantasy wearing a lab coat for Halloween.” – Steph – Fangs, Wands & Fairy Dust.