Antiquing wasn’t supposed to turn up ghosts.
A little about the next installment in the Antique Magic series, Drawing Down the Shades. The series (think Juliet Blackwell‘s Witchcraft Mysteries/Charmed with a Florida setting and historical threads was inspired by a mixture of my little brother’s interest in the paranormal and readings about Wicca and Celtic mythology, gods and goddess lore and suchlike. Plus, a chance find of Civil War fort up in Pensacola, Florida, Fort Pickens, gave rise to Caitlin’s ghostly guardian. 🙂
DRAWING DOWN THE SHADES is the third installment in the series (after The Artist’s Inheritance and the short, Caitlin’s Book of Shadows (which is free on Amazon). and sees Caitlin growing more comfortable with her magic. The duty which the gods placed on her in The Artist’s Inheritance is starting to feel normal to her, as well. The characters that you know and love from The Artist’s Inheritance (Caitlin’s friends and fellow witches Beryl, Sealya, and Heather; and Caitlin’s beloved husband Trevor) return as well, for the supernatural world just won’t leave Caitlin and Trevor alone.
If you’d like to check it out, the book’s available at Amazon.
If you’d like to add Drawing Down the Shades to your Good Reads shelves you can do so here:
Highlighted Author–July 14 Gary Starta’s Writer’s blog
Included in Cora Buhlert’s Indie Speculative Fiction month in February.
The Saturated Page–January 27 Caroline Clemmons’ A Writer’s Life–January 7 January 6th Spotlight for the charity sale on Fangtastic Books. Clean Indie Reads–January 1, 2014.