If you follow me on social media, you might have seen a tease or two about a super secret project. Well, that project has been release into the jungle of Amazon. Travelers & Shifters & Fey is a multi-author box set containing Traveler by Dennis W. Green, Bear Naked by R.J. Eliason and Disenchanted by moi.
Yeah, I know, most of you have already read Disenchanted. Look at it this way, you’ll be introduced to two new authors I’m sure you’ll enjoy, I wouldn’t have partnered with them if I didn’t think so. And for those of you who haven’t started the Fey Creations series this is the perfect time, you’re getting three books for the price of one. Speaking of price…
Second Run Reviews is hosting our officially unofficial release party on April 8th, and in conjunction TSF will have a special price. You’ll have to check out Terri’s post to find out, so make sure to head over to Second Run Reviews on the 8th!
Travelers & Shifters & Fey Book Trailer
Want to know what you’re getting? Of course you do!
Iowa isn’t considered flyover country for the reasons you think.
Dennis Green, A.R. Miller and R.J. Eliason invite you to experience Iowa for what it really is…magical.
Traveler by Dennis W. Green
Detective Trav Becker can travel between parallel realities. But other versions of him also have this talent, and one of them is systematically killing every other variant of himself that he can find. Trav must now fight to keep the very fabric of time itself from unwinding as he hunts the most dangerous quarry of all…himself.
Disenchanted by A.R. Miller
Middle age is supposed to be boring, average at best, but not for stylist Keely Fey. Her Talents are evolving, an imaginary childhood friend reappears and a light elf takes an interest in her. This wouldn’t be so bad, if he weren’t stalking her. As her life tumbles into chaos the authorities decide it’s no coincidence the victims of The Collector are clients of her salon. Welcome to The Meadows, a typical Iowa community, if you’re an Enchant.
Bear Naked by R.J. Eliason
Amanda Burnson is a typical teen with all the typical problems: excess weight, struggles with body odor, random people trying to kill her . . . oh, and her boyfriend just might be a werewolf.
At seventeen, Amanda, who has been raised by her neo-pagan uncle, has more friends at the local Renaissance faire than at her high school. Most of her summers are spent at faires, festivals, and Aunt Maggie’s farm.
There is something new going on in the heart of America, in the small Iowa town that Amanda calls home. The whole town is changing–a tough way to begin a school year. New kids alongside the old; new attitudes colliding with the usual annoying old ones; menacing new faces alongside comforting ones. . . things will never be the same once this brew is boiled.