Sloane Murphy – Descent – Release

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Six hundred years after The Outbreak, the human population stand side by side with the Fae & the Vampyrs to stop the Demon King from starting a second Dark War. Seventeen year old Adelaide Tate is in her last year of the Academy, with her eyes set on becoming part of the Red Guard. Who cares that no female has ever joined?

When a dark force develops an unhealthy liking for her, Adelaide needs to fight for her life and figure out what makes her so different from the others.

Betrayal. Fear. Anger. She must overcome it all in order to turn her world the right way around again. Adelaide has one choice. Accept the help offered to her by Xander Bane, or face the Demon Hoard alone.

One thing is for sure. The descent will be bloody.

Amazon US: https://amzn.com/B01IVSH22G
Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01IVSH22G

Excited Panda

So today is the day that I go to Edinburgh for the romance authors event.Now, apart from 50 shades, I am not really into the whole romance/sex thing, but an author that I love, Jennifer Armentrout, is going to be there and I just HAVE to meet her. She writes YA romance so there isn’t lots of sex and pornographic scenes in there. My friend and I are going from the 7th-11th July and are planning on looking around the town. The event is Friday night/Saturday, so we are going to have plenty of time to look around and find out what is going on in the town.

My birthday is on the 12th so it is definitely going to be a great birthday trip. Things have become difficult again in my personal life and I have been fired from my job, so the trip is going to be needed to help me relax. I shall be posting post trip and will put some pictures up in due time.

Have a great weekend.

Love always,

Charlotte

WIP

Insight into my new WIP:

A fairytale is defined as a short story that entails fictional and mythical creatures, such as dwarves, elves, fairies, dragons, trolls, gnomes and goblins, along with elements of magic and enchantments[1]. There are many disputes about the definition of a fairy tale, and the classifications, although a common agreed matter is that they do not need to include fairies[2]. The poet W. H. Auden famously declared that fairy tales are ‘among the few indispensable, common-property books upon which Western culture can be founded . . . it is hardly too much to say that these tales rank next to the Bible in importance’ (Haase, 1991, 353).

[1] Thompson, Stith. Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary of Folklore, Mythology & Legend, 1972

[2] Madame D’Aulnoy’s conte de fées