Witch Hunt: of the Blood Free Today!!

How much better can this week get? First Kate’s awesome cover reveal on Monday, and now this? Zow.  I was beyond honored when Devin O’Branagan invited me to contribute to this anthology. I also recalled being terrified as all get out. I mean, here I was, having to expand on a character from Devin’s world. A world with fans. I almost crawled into the corner and curled into a ball. But Devin and the group of authors chosen were a constant source of support and encouragement. And, by the reviews, I’d say we were a success in creating a wonderful anthology. If you enjoy paranormal, history, a splash of romance, adventure and even maybe a little mystery, then please pick up your Kindle  edition copy on Amazon. FREE for the day. Feel free to spread the word.

whcoverFive stand-alone novellas based on characters introduced in Devin O’Branagan’s bestselling novel, Witch Hunt. The anthology begins with O’Branagan’s own novella about the Hawthorne matriarch, Vivian. She and her fellow British witches work together to prevent a Nazi invasion during World War II. Then there is Colonial maiden, Bridget, who struggles with the guilt of failing her family in Salem, 1692. Her younger sister, Prissy, mysteriously disappears and finds another magical world. Julia, torn by family loyalties, love, and her spiritual quest, pays a huge price to continue the bloodline. And Miranda uses her powers against the great influenza outbreak of 1918 – but finds the ultimate foe is prejudice against her kind.

Discover what was left out of Witch Hunt and revisit your favorite characters with these exciting novellas. The story isn’t done until the battle’s lost and won.




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4 responses

  1. Free stuff! Yay! So does this require any prerequisite reading?

    February 26, 2015 at 5:20 am

  2. Your contribution to the anthology was stellar, Kathi. And I loved how you set the stage for the upcoming sequel. Thank you for that.

    My most fond memory of that collaborative experience was the five of us beta reading each other’s novellas. It was an adventure full of creative camaraderie I’ll always cherish.

    February 26, 2015 at 7:08 am

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