Published by Jolly Fish Press on September 16th 2014
Series: The Moonlight Trilogy #2
Genres: Fantasy & Magic, Love & Romance, Paranormal, Young Adult
Simon Howard accidentally killed three people. Four months later, the nightmares won’t stop. Willa Fairfield, his girlfriend, his soul mate, wants nothing more than to help him move on. But guilt isn’t the only thing getting in Simon’s way.
When unexplained earthquakes hit the small town of Twelve Acres, and dozens of people go missing, the Light witches discover their most feared enemy, Archard, is still alive. Employing the twisted, dynamic magic of a legendary witch known as Bartholomew the Dark, Archard plans to exact his revenge and take control of the Powers of the Earth on the night of the black moon, a rare lunar event infamous for Dark magic.
As the Light Covenant fumbles to defend against Archard’s sadistic intentions, Simon’s magic grows inexplicably more powerful, even dangerous. Willa throws all her efforts into solving the mystery of Simon’s transformation, but when the events of the past storm into the present, the couple’s future changes forever
Prefect for fans of ‘Beautiful Creatures,’ ‘The Lynburn Legacy Trilogy’ and Paula Brackston’s books, Teri Harman’s ‘engrossing, enchanting’ witch fantasy will keep readers breathlessly turning pages.
I can’t wait to dive into this series! They are coming up on my TBR 🙂
“Authors I Can’t Write Without” by Teri Harman
I am a story addict. I am addicted to reading. It is my love of reading that helped shape my love of writing. It’s symbiotic in some ways: I suck all the greatness from my favorite writers, nourishing my ability to put words on the page.
These are some of the authors that inspire me, that make me want to try harder in my writing. That make me better.
1. Roald Dahl
Such imagination! Roald Dahl taught me to twist and turn the normal into the bizarre. To stretch my creativity to mold ideas into stories that feel fresh and yet familiar in all the right ways. Favorite titles: ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,’ ‘Matilda,’ and ‘Tales of the Unexpected.’
2. Kate Morton
Beautiful, intoxicating words. Kate Morton’s writing is so amazing – her descriptions, her solid plots, her gothic sense of place. I devour her books and always want to run to the computer when I’m done. Favorite titles: ‘The Forgotten Garden,’ and ‘The Secret Keeper.’
3. Sarah Addison Allen
Sarah does steamy romance and magic realism so well. Her books are magical and her characters authentic. I love her stories and want mine to be as absorbing. Favorite titles: ‘The Sugar Queen,’ and ‘Garden Spells.’
4. Sue Monk Kidd
The queen of emotional narratives that you never forget. I want to write as honest and deep as Sue does. She captures characters and how they feel in every situation so perfectly. That is not easy. Favorite titles: ‘The Secret Life of Bees’ and ‘The Invention of Wings.’
Which authors inspire you?
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I see some favorites on this list for me as well!
Great guest post. 🙂
Sounds interesting! I will have to check these out!
Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings
Roald Dahl is also someone who inspired me to write! I have written a kinds novella because he wrote such lovely books for me as a child ^^