I was into this book right off the bat! It captured my imagination from the first page and held it the entire time. When I finally finished it I was actually sad and now I can't wait for the sequel, Liberte, to come out!
Chronicles of a Supernatural Huntsman is the first book series I ever worked on. I started developing Kamlyn Paige and her band of misfit friends back in 2012 before I knew anything about writing or publishing. Now, this Friday May 8th, I am releasing the fourth book in this supernatural thriller series and I am so excited! To celebrate I created some character profile photos and wanted to share with you what these guys are up to in their latest novel.
It's been a while since I posted anything to my blog/website. COVID-19 has shaken up my world as I'm sure it has for all of you as well. There are many terrible things that come with this virus, but one thing that has kept me going each day is keeping my mind focused on the good that is coming out of it as well; communities, states, the nation is coming together. People are actually socializing more than ever before (though at a 6ft distance, I hope). Another positive? As most of you are stuck in your homes with nowhere to go and possibly no work to do, there is more time to make a dent in your To-Read List! I don't know if I've told you or not, but I'm a fiction author (I know, shocking, right?!) So, I thought I would take a moment to share my books with you and hopefully entice you into adding one or two or all of them to your "To-Read during Quarantine" list. I'll also share some things I've read and things that are on my To-Read list as well.
Kamlyn Paige continues to battle the Darkness with friends in this fourth installment in the Chronicles of a Supernatural Huntsman series.
Wow, I was really impressed with this book! I ordered it as a bit of research in my own French Revolution historical fiction I'm about to start writing. I didn't expect to be enthralled with it, but I was! It was hard to put it down and then I was thinking about Marie when I wasn't reading. She had such an interesting and unique and terrible life during the revolution and a bit after.