Posted by Jeanne Adams Sep 26 2016, 12:08 am
Hey everyone! I am so psyched to introduce my co-conspirators in an anthology set in my Witches Walk world!! I had wanted to reveal the final cover art, but alas, it’s still in process with some last minute tweaks. However, here’s a sneak peek!!
That said, WELCOME TO HAVEN HARBOR!
The anthology will feature five fabulous stories by amazing authors – and all set in the world I created in The Witches Walk.
The anthology is set to come out October 20th, just in time for my favorite holiday!
A you know, if you’ve read the blurb for – or read the book – The Witches Walk takes place in the fictional town of Haven Harbor, Massachusetts. This lovely New England town is the home of the renegade witches who fled Salem prior to the infamous Witch Trials.
The Witches Walk takes place during the annual Walk which recreates the flight of those renegades. During Witches Walk, it’s September, at the Solstice…perfect! Now…We move to my favorite season…drumroll please….HALLOWEEN!!
All the Welcome to Haven Harbor novellas have an October setting, and most finish at the annual Haven Harbor Halloween Ball. Grins.
You just KNEW I had to do that, right? This is me we’re talking about, the Halloween Queen. Bwahahahah!!
So in this fun new anthology in Haven Harbor, you’ll meet Ellen Dugan’s Gypsy at Heart, Nilah. There’s some Romany mischief with Madame Sabina’s granddaughter and you won’t want to miss it… (She’s posted a quick blurb on her Facebook page, so go check it out!!)
Then you’ll meet Bandita Donna’s Chelsea, in Hollywood Ghost – and for those of you who loved Donna’s Bound By Moonlight, you’re in for a treat!!
Frequent Bandit Lair guest, bestselling and amazing historical author, Barbara Devlin, is taking her first venture into the modern-day with Magic, Straight Up. This is one couple who’ve got the best mix ever and they’re having fun shaking up Haven Harbor!
Rae Latte is joining us with Stirring His Interest. This is Rae’s debut novella, and we’re all looking forward to her hero, who’s a pastry chef…yum!!
And last but not least, I’ll be entertaining you with Adele and Dan’s story, A Midnight Promise. As I wrote Witches Walk, Dan and Adele kept popping up. I just knew they had to have a story, but I wasn’t sure they could carry a whole book. So…here you go!
These fabulous collages are done by Ellen Dugan, and this one gives you some hints about Librarian Dan and Adele, the town Vet! Grins.
I’ll be traveling today, so I won’t be able to check in on the blog as much as I’d like to, but feel free to comment and I’ll check in and answer when I can. I hope you’ll leave a hello, as I’ll pull three people’s names (randomly, of course) for a copy of The Witches Walk!
So, what’s your favorite way to carve a pumpkin – scary, silly, not at all, fancy faces/patterns?
Have you ever used a pattern to carve a pumpkin in a fancy way?
How many jack-o-lanterns do you carve each year?
Do you use real pumpkins or do you have the cool foam ones that you can carve?
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