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When people in Wakeworld begin dying in their sleep, Vivian Maylor travels through an increasingly unstable Between on a quest to stop the epidemic. Although she has no love for the dark magic of the Sorcieri, they are Vivian’s only hope of stopping an epidemic that threatens to wipe out all living beings in Wakeworld, Dreamworld, and Between. Vivian has one chance to stop the spread of the disaster – if she can persuade the Master of the Sorcieri to share his secrets, and if she is willing to sacrifice everything she loves…
Kerry Schafer writes fantasy with its teeth sunk into reality, mystery that delves into the paranormal, and women’s fiction that embraces the dark and twisty realms of humanity. The first two books of her Between trilogy (Between and Wakeworld) were published through Ace Books/Penguin. Due to the ever-shifting landscape of publishing, the concluding book of the trilogy – The Nothing – will be coming out as an Indie book, thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign. Kerry’s Paranormal Mystery series, Dead Before Dying, was recently acquired by Diversion Books, and rumor has it she is currently working on a Women’s Fiction project, just to keep things interesting.
Lie Down with Dogs has cover art! Whee!
I love the color. What do you think?
It’s currently available for pre-order through Amazon and should be up for pre-order everywhere else the first week in April.
I’m hanging out with Anna today and talking about the inspiration for the villainess of the Black Dog books. Swing by and comment for a chance to win a prize.
Faerie teeters on the brink of war, and the mortal realm swells with fae refugees desperate to escape the bloodshed. As a half-blooded fae, Marshal Thierry Thackeray has a stake in the outcome of both realms and isn’t afraid to knock a few heads together if it keeps the peace.
When her father goes missing, the only hope of negotiating a truce between the light and dark fae vanishes with him. Eager to avoid another Thousand Years War, the Faerie High Court reaches out to the one person they believe can replace him—the daughter who shares his curse.
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