Monday, May 4, 2015

The Vanished Knight Has a Blurb

Hi all!

For those of you who missed it, I'm publishing the first two books of The War of Six Crowns on 31 July. 

If you can/would like to help, please click here for more information. 

Today's news: 

The Vanished Knight has a shiny new blurb: 

The entity living inside Callan’s soul orphaned her at age eleven. By the time she’s sixteen, it’s ensured her being shunted from one foster family to another.

Her twenty second foster assignment should be routine. Except... it's not. A psycho in medieval armor kidnaps her and she ends up in a magical world. There, she accidentally discovers a secret her parents had kept until the day they died.

Both actually came from this magical world, but left before Callan was born. To cover their tracks, they’d lied about everything. Even who they really were.

Driven to find out where she comes from, Callan’s trapped in a race for life and death. Walking away isn’t an option, but if she stays too long, the entity will find its next victim. 

In this world where secrets are sacrosanct and grudges are remembered, finding the truth will be near impossible. Especially when Callan has her own homicidal little secret to deal with. 

One with a taste for destroying her life.

Let me know what you think! 


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

They left before she was born?
That's good! She got a rude awakening, didn't she?

dolorah said...


Michael Di Gesu said...

Hi, Misha

Good luck with your new series! I sounds great!

Click said...

Ooh, it sounds intriguing. :-)

Cait @ Click's Clan

Rachel Pattinson said...

Sounds very intriguing! I'm curious to know more about this entity now

Shah Wharton said...

Very exciting! I signed up to help with your blog tour! :)

Loni Townsend said...

Sounds pretty good. I did have to reread "it’s ensured her being shunted" a couple times, but I'm probably alone on that. I also paused a moment at "Both actually came from this magical world". The subject stuck in my mind was "a secret" so it took me a second to realize Both referred to the parents.

The story sounds great! I'm looking forward to reading it. :)

Carol Riggs said...

Hey, congrats on the publishing endeavor, and best wishes! Sounds nicely magical. :)

Annalisa Crawford said...

It sounds intriguing. I've signed up for the blog tour, by the way :-)

T.F. Walsh said...

Love the sound of it... huge congrats on being so close to your launch. I bet you're excited.