My Book Series

Monday, August 27, 2012

New review of Tales of Aradia!

Thanks Sarah u rock!

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars refreshingly different, August 27, 2012
By Sarah Baethge "22niel" (Texas) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Tales of Aradia The Last Witch Volume 1 (Kindle Edition)
Tales of Aradia, The Last Witch(Volume 1) by L.A. Jones is a fun book about supernatural folk who live among us. Not just werewolves and vampires here, but everything from leprechauns and fairies to witches. Actually, let's make that just one witch. You see, back around the time of the Salem witch trials there was also a bit of anti-witch fever among the world of the hidden races and it was believed that every witch was killed from existence; in fact, for a fair amount of time in this story no one can even guess what Aradia is.

And Aradia herself? All she knows about herself and her own past is that she was found alone in the wilderness as a baby by the couple who eventually adopt her. Her human `parents' of course notice and realize the amazing magical feats she is capable of. They help her to keep her powers hidden so that she can have a chance at a normal life. It is through this need to appear normal that they unintentionally throw their daughter into a veritable hurricane of supernatural forces.

To escape the questions that are asked when a silly schoolkid argument unintentionally brings forth a display of her powers, the family decides to move away from their home in Arizona to go to Salem, Massachusetts. This is a city that finds itself to serve as something of a mixing pool of the supernatural. A happily paranormal version of New York.

Want to publish a book? Follow these tips from New York Times best-selling authors - San Jose Mercury News

Want to publish a book? Follow these tips from New York Times best-selling authors - San Jose Mercury News: Got the next great American novel in your head? Write it. Then upload it. You never know.

We are in the midst of a self-publishing revolution where independent authors are removing the publishing middleman by formatting their digital manuscripts, posting them on various websites, and making surprisingly good money while interacting with their readers online.

Networked blog followers

Blog Archive

Search This Blog