christmas blog hop

Highway Cafe Christmas Blog Tour

Welcome to the Highway Cafe Christmas Blog Tour! The blogs promise fun, festivities & prizes from Dec 5, 6, and 7th. Featuring holiday recipes and crafts.

They know how to make this your best holiday yet. Because they’re experts in the field and have prepared for this month all year.

Who are they? The Christmas Elves.

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Cover Reveal

Cover Reveal for Witch You Were Here

You may recall the recent awesome anthology I’m in with four other authors entitled, Moon, Mist & Magic. You all helped vote on the cover for the anthology, designed by none other than Abigail Own of Authors on a Dime.

Well, my friends, Authors on a Dime has done it again! My witch Lucy, from Witch You Were Here, wanted a cover all for herself, so without further ado, let me share the beautiful cover for my story in the anthology, Witch You Were Here.  Continue reading

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Guest Author, Michelle Hauck, Faithful

Meet Michelle Hauck, & Check out Faithful, Her Newest Release

The next volume in the Birth of Saints series is available now!

Following Grudging–and with a mix of Terry Goodkind and Bernard Cornwall–religion, witchcraft, and chivalry war in Faithful, the exciting next chapter in Michelle Hauck’s Birth of Saints series!


A world of Fear and death…and those trying to save it.

Colina Hermosa has burned to the ground. The Northern invaders continue their assault on the ciudades-estados. Terror has taken hold, and those that should be allies betray each other in hopes of their own survival. As the realities of this devastating and unprovoked war settles in, what can they do to fight back?

On a mission of hope, an unlikely group sets out to find a teacher for Claire, and a new weapon to use against the Northerners and their swelling army.

What they find instead is an old woman.

But she’s not a random crone—she’s Claire’s grandmother. She’s also a Woman of the Song, and her music is both strong and horrible. And while Claire has already seen the power of her own Song, she is scared of her inability to control it, having seen how her magic has brought evil to the world, killing without reason or remorse. To preserve a life of honor and light, Ramiro and Claire will need to convince the old woman to teach them a way so that the power of the Song can be used for good. Otherwise, they’ll just be destroyers themselves, no better than the Northerners and their false god, Dal. With the annihilation their enemy has planned, though, they may not have a choice.

A tale of fear and tragedy, hope and redemption, Faithful is the harrowing second entry in the Birth of Saints trilogy.

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