I have a new story out for you! The Violin Maker’s Wife is now available at amazon for reading on any device you’ve got that runs the free Kindle app (and most tablets, phone, and computers will). And, of course, you can read it on Kindle itself. This story is not a full novel, but a novelette, about 40 pages long, and was co-written with my good friend, Luc Reid. It’s something different for me, historical fantasy, set in 1870s Missouri. I hope you like it!
Here’s the blurb:
Nora Warren always knew there was something uncanny about her husband Tom’s work. What she didn’t know what that his enchanted violins could be deadly. Tom’s friend has one of the exquisite instruments, as does Tom himself. So does Garrett, Nora’s only son.
But Tom has looked too deeply into his own magic, and Garrett is in danger. Now Nora must find the answers Tom can’t give her, even if it means searching for spells hidden in his workshop, questioning a secret society of musicians, and following dangerous lights out into the wilderness. Tom has looked where he shouldn’t, but to save Garrett it’s Nora who must find who–or what–has looked back.
If you read it and like it, please consider leaving a review on amazon. There aren’t any yet and the poor little story looks lonely there with no one talking about it. THANK YOU.
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