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He will do everything to protect the woman he loves…
…Even if it costs his freedom.
Even if it means the end of the world.
The demigod Creation was made for one purpose: to prevent the end of the world as Destruction’s partner. It’s his singular drive, until he meets the woman who so deftly commands his affections.
The demigoddess Destruction isn’t ready to be pinned down by anyone. Until recently, she’s been one half of the ancient Goddess Oblivion. Now, she has her own autonomy, her own will, and no one is going to take that from her. Not the pantheon, not Creation, and not her psychotic other half—Chaos.
But Chaos won’t rest until Destruction is in her demented clutches and they can reign as Oblivion once more. With the fates of gods and mortals hanging in the balance, Creation must choose where his loyalties lie. Is he merely a programmed puppet of the pantheon? Or does he possess his own free will?
What is more important, the woman he loves, or ensuring the world’s safety?
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Searching for a collection of great urban fantasy tales by incredible authors?
Look no further than Beyond Midnight Volume 1 which comes out on July 11th, 2018. It’s a little project I got to work on with some exciting authors such as Devyn Jayse, Sharon Stevenson, Rick Gualtieri and several others.
This anthology from 13 authors has the best of urban fantasy – paranormal beings, supernatural situations and everything in between!
Pre-order now for 99c!
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Oh, and there’s a chance to win a gift card from Amazon! Get in on the excitement now!
PS: If you’ve been reading my LegionBorn Series then let me clue you in on a little secret. My book in Beyond Midnight – Dawn of Night – answers a huge question that arises on the very last page of LegionMarked. It will be further explored in LegionSworn. You don’t want to miss out on the reveal!
I’ve been interviewed for other things and I’ve had to do interviews myself but it’s always loads of fun to do author interviews. You get these questions that seem simple on first read and then you have to think deeply to answer them adequately.
You also end up leaving some truths about yourself in the open.
That’s the scary part as I would much rather be an anonymous hermit cranking out books than someone you know. I’m learning I will have to change on that point–way of the times and whatnot, but don’t let me get off track.
Go read the interview little old me did at https://jackydahlhaus.com/blogging/meet-the-author-f-f-john/.
Let me know what you think.
It’s time to dive into the LegionBorn series! Book 1 is on sale from June 1st to the 3rd. Also, don’t forget to preorder the sequel LegionMarked!
To all the mommies out there…Hurray!
This week’s freebies are brought to you by May Freighter and her book, Demon Gate.
It is the second book in the Helena Hawthorn urban fantasy series. If you receive my newsletters, then you heard all about book 1 — Russian Roulette — earlier today. Here’s what it’s about …
Uncertain whether she is human or not, Helena is forced to undergo new nightmares while her mental battle continues with a demon called ‘Lazarus’. Without her guardian angel to protect her, she is left to rely on vampires who have their own reasons for everything.
The attraction between her and Lucious grows, whether it is a side effect of the soul-bond they share or of their own volition. Yet, how can they be certain?
With the help of her new friends, they must seek out a Demon Gate and enter the Demon Realm to stop Lazarus from claiming her and Lucious’ souls. But, will they succeed or perish as the only weapon that can kill a demon has been lost centuries ago.
For readers who enjoyed The Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smith, Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer, or A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest.
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Get Russian Roulette, also FREE at Amazon today and read Books 1 and 2 in the series!
Now keep reading for all the freebies on tap…
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I’m working furiously on LegionMarked, having scrapped it 4 previous times. By ‘scrapped it’, I mean, I started writing the book, got anywhere between 10,000 and 20,000 words and said to myself, “Meh, this won’t work.”
I’m finally at a place where I like where the story is going and I’m hoping readers of LegionBorn will enjoy what I’ve created.
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With half the world between them, can love still bring them together?
The difference in status between Neith and Invier prevents their marriage, and when Neith’s schemes to overcome that obstacle backfire, she ends up putting her entire family at risk. It’s no longer a game when all Neith’s enemies combine against her.
Invier, all alone, and on the other side of the world is running for his life. But it’s not just his own life he has to worry about for he knows the danger that Neith is in.
Invier and Neith each have their own battle to be won. They ultimately must combine forces to have any chance. But, will they?
Available for $3.99 at Amazon and other retailers.
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I spent a few days watching episodes of The Good Fight with my cousin recently. She’s pregnant and the baby had her sleep cycle on ridiculous, so scripted tv programs were a perfect way to bide the time.
She (my cousin) informed me that The Good Fight (TGF) was a spinoff of The Good Wife. Neither shows had ever been of interest to me and with an already stacked to-watch-list, I didn’t think I should add TGF to my schedule. Boy, am I happy I did.
The show is set in the city of Chicago and specifically in the offices of the city’s most prestigious all-Black law firm. You’d think it would be a show about black people and the crucial or tangential issues involving them.
Instead, and quite cleverly, the story is really about three female attorneys trying to find their way at the firm. Two of those attorneys are white (yes, I know it’d obvious from the poster above).
Their race, while sometimes important, is far from crucial to what makes the show so incredible. Its the complicated relationships between themselves and the characters they encounter that produces the tension, conflict and pleasure of this program.
Ygritte Maia (lady number 3 in the poster). The complexity for her lies in her relationship with her parents and particularly her father.
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