Monday, December 16, 2013

New Release and Giveaway: The Memory Witch

Today I'm celebrating my new YA release from Crescent Moon Press. It's called The Memory Witch and it's the first book in a planned trilogy. It's full of magic, romance and angst. I have the Amazon Buy Links and will be sharing the other purchase links as they go live. Enter below for chance to win an autographed paperback copy or eBook version. 

Book Summary:

Ten years ago, Quinn Jacobs’ mother made a bargain with a local witch—steal away Quinn’s memories from the first eight years of her life and in return, Quinn would spend a year in servitude to the witch.

On Quinn’s eighteenth birthday, she’s forced to leave her home and friends behind. For the next year, she’ll live at the Chadwick House, learning everything she needs to know about being a spellcaster. As her powers grow, Quinn begins to unravel the secrets of the past and the reason her mother was so desperate to conceal the horrifying truth.

Kindle Version:



After about an hour of swimming, I climbed back onto the pier. Throwing on my tunic, I laid back onto my towel. Drowsiness set in as I sunbathed and before long, I felt myself drifting...

I was in the woods again. This time I wasn’t running. Instead I sat sobbing as I held a piece of torn cloth in my hands. I had no idea the significance of the scarlet fabric, but it filled me with sorrow looking at it. The fabric was roughly torn and the glossy surface made me guess it had come from a jacket.

Dark shadows were creeping towards me as I sat crying with my back against a white birch tree. I gripped the fabric in my fist as I became aware of the presence of the darkness. I stopped my tears and looked at the swirling forms moving steadfastly in my direction. Wiping off the residual moisture on my cheeks, I stood and stared down the ghastly shapes.

I threw the fabric on the moist ground. An army of spiders, beetles, and worms emerged from the ground and began to devour the material. Once it disappeared into their greedy little mouths, they returned to ground. I was heartbroken with their hungry destruction of something that was so precious to me, but I had to find the strength to confront and embrace the darkness.

“I welcome you.” The voice wasn’t my own. It was full of malice and power. My hands shot out before me and the dark mist came to them. They disappeared inside of my fingers and I could see the energy pulse through my body. I shut my eyes and reopened them. They were no longer my own. Blackened irises with a red rim now stood in place of my soft brown eyes... 

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  1. Very excited to read something new from you, especially now with Second Sight being over. Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  2. YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!! OMG YAY!! I've been waiting and waiting and waiting and it's felt like FOREVER!! Woot! I hope I win >.<

  3. This sounds right up my alley! I can't wait to read it. :)

  4. I would so love to win!!!! Thank you so much!