February 13th is fast approaching and with it comes the one year anniversary of Blood Child‘s release. Over seven hundred people have it in their hands and on their devices.
Thank you, because thanks to you, dear readers, I made it on an Amazon Best Seller list. For those of you who haven’t had a chance to pick up a copy, it is .99 cents for a limit time on Amazon.
“This is an amazing book! As the story progressed and more pages were turned I was beginning to wonder if this was going to be part one and I’d have to wait for a second book to find out what happened but then right at the end it all came together and was an ending I never saw coming. Excellent work Lucinda! Can’t wait for your next work!” – Amazon Reader
“Blood Child will keep you on your toes until the very end. You will not want to put it down. Grab a refreshment and cozy in for a good read.” – Marie Arminger
“Excellent. Grabbed my attention from beginning to end. I devoured it and now I’m craving more.” – Amazon Reader
I have begun work on the next book, Blood Ties, which is set to take place five years after the first book. I won’t say much as it is very much a work in progress.
Here is a brief taste of that Shadow’s Tale has in store for you.
The Florida air on All Hallow’s Eve isn’t crisp or chill, but muggy and dank giving way to a proliferation of minuscule costumes for all ages and sexes, although the ubiquitous robe with accompanying mask are still a favorite for the adolescent crowd. In days past, every neighborhood had houses with their porch lights lit declaring their intention to pass out candy. But neighborhoods change. City ordinances restricting teens from roaming the streets left some parts of the City Beautiful virtual ghost towns with only a few hearty souls daring to search out the few houses dispensing confections. The streets of these neighborhoods are far riper with ghosts and ghouls than one would imagine, but that is really neither here nor there since they are also well-suited to a black cat slinging his way home when all the good little kittens are tucked into bed or sleeping on people’s heads. A black cat not on a mission from some demeaned witch or demon, but one who has a story to tell.