I suppose because Aliyana, the heroine of Heart of the Storm (now in Ebook, Paperback and Audio!) met her handsome, 17th century captain, Wolf, in an old deserted lighthouse somewhere in the "in between" corridor between parallels (and because I love lighthouses in general) I thought I'd make a visit to another haunted lighthouse...
I am absolutely thrilled to be part of the cover reveal for my dear friend and fellow author,the very talented Mae Clair! I am really excited for the release of this book. Not only is it on my TBR list, I have also already preordered it...and so should you!
Now, most everyone knows that Wolfert Dircksen Van Ness, the handsome hero of Heart of the Stormis a 17th century sea captain from our world. However, after going through a tumultous storm in the Bermuda Triangle, he and his crew find themselves in another dimension altogether. Despite his change in venue, our dashing captain has discovered that he can cross back and forth between our world and his. But the thing is, during his visits, he, his crew, and his ship, appear as ghostly shadows of their former selves. Kind of like the Flying Dutchman... Yes indeed...The Flying Dutchman...almost everyone recognizes the name. But did you know the moniker refers to the Captain of the ship, and not the ship itself?
In the year 1645, after a raging storm destroyed the dunes in Domburg, Zeeland, twenty-eight inscriptions revealed the remains of a temple dedicated to the goddess Nehalennia. Again, between 1971 and 1972, more inscriptions were uncovered in Colijnsplaat. A few more turned up in Cologne, Germany, all of them giving credence to her worship. Have you ever heard of her?
Domburgs Nehalennia altaar volgens Plaat 7 Public Domain
This lovely Germanic goddess, whose origin remains murky, reigns over the portion of the North Sea where Dutch mariners make their crossing from the Netherlands. She is most often depicted with various marine symbols, a large dog at her side who gazes loving into her eyes, a basket of apples and a loaf of bread. (I don't know, maybe she's hungry.)
Can you believe it's January 2015 already? Where did the last year go...
Anyway, as we head into the New Year and the final month of our Shadow of the Witte Wieven Book tour, I thought I'd give you a never before shared excerpt, chosen by my lovely daughter. This is the part of the book wherein Wolf and Aliyana ask for a little ghostly help to catch the bad guy...
“Buenos días, Padre,” he said in greeting.
“He is here?” asked Aliyana, as her eyes darted about the area.
“Yes, he is standing right in front of me. At this moment, he is looking at me with a bit of suspicion, so perhaps you might want to take over and give him the reassurance he seeks.”
I'm excited to announce the new release of the very talented Lisa Voisin!
The Angel Killer by Lisa Voisin
she’s found him again, all Mia Crawford wants is some downtime with her fallen
angel boyfriend, Michael. But the call of duty keeps him away—from school and
from her—with more demons to smite than ever.
Michael is mortally wounded by a cursed sword, Mia must perform an ancient
blood ritual to save him. But the spell exacts a price. Haunted by visions of
war, torture, and despair, Mia discovers the world is in more danger than she
ever imagined. Behind the scenes, an evil adversary pulls all the strings.