03 JanShadows In A Timeless Myth

Shadows In A Timeless Myth Available for Kindle and in large print oversized paperback.On December 25, 2011, after 25 years of haphazardly writing off and on, I finally gathered up all my courage and published my historical/paranormal/fantasy/romance/horror novel, .  To celebrate the occasion you can download a musical jigsaw puzzle of the cover that features the timeless classic from medieval times, Greensleeves and a complimentary short story featuring the main characters.

The Lindsey Mountain Massacre was the stuff of legend—the spine chilling, wicked-cruel kind of story that evil-humored folk like to share on a dark and moonless night. It had all the makings of a fine and frightful tale, a blustering blizzard of a winter storm, a candlelit, backwoods mansion in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a Christmas Eve celebration in the year of nineteen and one, good folk killed by a vengeful haint, or a rabid bear…depending on who was doing the telling. Truth be told, no one ever really found out exactly what did happen or why, nor even realized just how far from the truth all their old stories fell..’til more than a century later, when folks ’round Lindsey started mysteriously disappearing and dying…and the ancient ones returned.

Vampiri, Sorceri, Faielri, Demorni…four distinct races, each imbued with a different bit of life and gnosis drawn from their creator’s very souls—each with a Magick, all their own. Each, in turn, allowed to play their own unique roles upon this wondrous stage and reign over all its beasts before fading away into an eternal life within the Paths of Mist—each leaving the world, with their passing, a little less perfect, a little less Magick, a little dirtier, a little plainer…a little less desirable than before.

This is the tale of three who dared defy the Fates…

Smiles and Good Reading,
Teresa
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It is not wealth one asks for, but just enough to preserve one’s dignity, to work unhampered, to be generous, frank and independent. W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965) Of Human Bondage, 1915

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