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May 012017
 

Uncollected Anthology: Spells Gone AwrySpring is here (go with me, even if it’s still a little chilly at times) and it’s the perfect time to lounge in your reading chair and dive into some magical urban fantasy tales. Launching on May 1st are two bundles filled with just these type of stories.

First up is the latest of the Uncollected Anthology issues: Spells Gone Awry. Each story is available individually or can be snagged as a bundle through Bundlerabbit or at major ebook retailers.

My included story Tear Away is part of a new series for me, the Crossroad City Tales. To give you a taste, here’s the blurb:

Faerie Maeve Hemlock, lead detective in the Spells and Misdemeanours Bureau of Crossroad City, confronts a wraith about a report of an unauthorized spell.

A routine disturbance. Until the wraith tries to bedazzle her.

Now Maeve must use all her magic to stop a spell and save her life.

Urban fantasy with an edge, the stories of Crossroad City weave tales where magic and the normal world collide. Where detective Maeve Hemlock and the Spells and Misdemeanours Bureau struggle to keep the law and the magic in check to save all.

The second bungle is full magical faerie stories. If that sounds good to you then check out The Faerie Summer.This bundle features a fistful of faerie stories and I’m excited to be a part of it. It includes my story The Body Plot, another entry in my Crossroad City tales. Here is the blurb:

Called to a crime scene, Detective Maeve Hemlock identifies the body as a faerie.

A faerie dead in the normal world.

No identification. No obvious cause of death.

As a faerie herself, Maeve feels obligated to investigate.

But that means crossing back into the Nether Realm. The one thing she hates. All because of a dead faerie.

Visit the strange world of Crossroad City, where magic and the normal world collide. And where detective Maeve Hemlock and the Spells and Misdemeanours Bureau struggle to keep the law and the magic in check to save all.

Both bundles are available at Bundlerabbit and other major retailers. Check them out and enjoy some delightful fun!

Happy reading!

The Faerie Summer Bundle

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