Monday, October 20, 2014

Release of Secret Keepers and The Initiate

Book 3 in The Afterlife series is here!

Blurb:
Secret Keepers:

In Second Death, Indigo and her team of sleuths escape the clutches of underground evil.

In Ghostly Gallows, Indigo and the gang managed to dodge the falling ruins and free those spirits trapped by the evil spell that bound them to Gallowsgate Prison.

Now in Secret Keepers, even though Indigo speaks to ghosties, there is so much about the afterlife she doesn’t understand. Such as…how can spirits be sick? They’re dead, for goodness sake! But once again Indigo is forced to go where she made it a point to never go: the hospital. There, the mystery of the sick and missing spirits explodes into a frenzied battle for souls where dawn may bring life or final death.

Indigo Eady:

Much to her chagrin, Indigo Eady is a celebrity among spirits. She’s the girl who can see and speak with them. She has a proven track record in helping spirits find their murderers, so it’s no surprise when she’s drafted onto the Missing Paranormal Committee. Who better to help them than the experienced teenage ghost whisperer- investigator and her friends?



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Book 2 of The Rifters!

Blurb:
A junction erupts between the worlds in Settler, Oregon, a rift from which horrors attack our world. The Rifters defend us.

To trust unquestioningly is the first lesson Daelin Long must learn as the newest Initiate of the Rifters. Her first day is a disaster. She stands on a deserted street in a town smaller than a city district, courting killer rocks from another world with her ancestor from the Revolutionary War. Normal no longer exists.

While she struggles, Earl Blacke grapples with atoning for his past ill deeds, running far and fast from Settler, Oregon. The Shaman of the Desert promises him redemption, and an old mine puts the possibility of a gold strike in his grasp. His luck has changed for the better, but he can’t have both.

You're never a hero until you are.


18 comments:

  1. I'm always blown away by the covers for The Afterlife series. Such phenomenal artwork!

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  2. Congrats to Gwen and Mary! Excited for them.

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  3. I haven't read any of Gwen's books yet, but they sound fab! I read the first Rifters and I'm looking forward to reading the second.

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  4. Thanks for sharing about these books. CONGRATS to Gwen and Mary!

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  5. Can spirits get sick? Now there's a question I hadn't thought of! ;0)

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  6. The artwork for both books is really fantastic!

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  7. Thanks to everyone for stopping by. I've read the first books in both series and I loved them! :)

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  8. Congrats to Gwen and Mary on their new releases! Both books sound fabulous!

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  9. Congratulations, Gwen and Mary. They sound like great books!

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  10. Yay for Gwen and Mary. Can't wait to read both of these. :)

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  11. Wahoo! You know what? When I pulled up this post--before I even read anything--I looked at that cover art and said, "That has to be Gwen's new book." She's done such a good job of defining her works with a specific style.

    Huge congrats to both you wonderful ladies! Go Mary and Gwen!

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  12. Congratulations to Gwen and Mary!

    I just read The Rifters. And I love the cover art for Secret Keepers. :)

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  13. Good luck you two! Know these books are making a big splash.

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  14. Congratulations to Mary and Gwen! I just started reading Mary's The Rifters and have The Initiate already waiting for me in my Kindle=)

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