Scarred both physically and mentally from the horrors of WWI, specifically Passchendaele, the third battle of Ypres, Captain Williamson decides to make a new life for himself in Cornwall and ‘escape the real world’.(more…)
A young, bored and confused teenager is thrown into an adventurous world that he believed only existed in books and dreams. Henry is destined to become the next Host Master and to lead the everlasting fight between the darkness and the light. The Wyvern, an ancient creature of mythical powers and defender of all things living, has to find a host to be able to dwell in this world. It chooses Henry.
After his encounter with Bert and the odd dog Ben in the woodland, Henry’s life would never be the same again: as well as finding his only true love, he’s told that his mother and aunt had kept from him that they were creatures of nature and guardians of the woodland and commanded great powers. Henry has to find a way to grow up fast and find the strength to face up to both his own demons as well as those sent by the Shadow Master, a powerful sorcerer, who has the power and the aid from dark allies to destroy life and spread darkness across the world.
Paranormal romance is a rapidly growing genre, and Tracey-anne McCartney’s assured debut has already secured a loyal fanbase through a focused web & social media campaign. Join Bea on her journey as she uncovers the truth of her past via a carpet of purple flowers.
“Have you ever looked at the bark of a tree and thought you saw a face then looked back again and the face isn’t there? Maybe it is there. Maybe trees are alive in ways we don’t understand, watching, waiting…”
This might seem an unusual blog, but I’m often asked about book covers by readers and it set me thinking about mine. A few of the sites were I took the photographs have quite interesting stories attached to them; I decided I would write about how they came about, where I took them, and any historical interest. And being me mention if any of the sites are haunted.