This is a big week for LMBPN publishing. We’ve got six new releases and three of them are series starters. Books include Superdreadnought 1 (Book one in a new Age of Expansion series), Strange Is Her Life (School of Necessary Magic), Crucifix – the first book in Damien’s Chronicles (Protected By The Damned), Justicar (Vigilante Chronicles), and Death Match (Animus Book 3). Last but certainly not least, The Principal Is Missing, the first book in the new School of Magic series for children.
Now, how about some details:
Alone and unafraid. Sometimes you prevent war by hunting down your enemies.
Integrated with a superdreadnought, the artificial intelligence known as Reynolds takes his ship across the universe in search of the elusive Kurtherians. He comes to a revelation. He’s better in the company of living creatures.
He needs a crew. He needs information. And he needs to continue his search and destroy mission.
Needing a crew and getting a crew are two completely different things. Reynolds is out of his element as he tries to reach out and make friends. Through it all, he has his vessel, the superdreadnought, the most powerful warship in the galaxy.
Or so he believes.
Strange Is Her Life (Tuesday, Oct 16th)
Dark magic has infiltrated the School of Necessary Magic.
Spies stalk the halls. Traitors whisper lies to impressionable freshmen.
And devious wizards distract with charming smiles.
If Alison and her friends can’t see past the friendly masks of their fellow students to the dark purpose they hide, it’s not just the school that will be destroyed.
But the forces of evil should have kept one thing in mind before targeting Alison Brownstone.
Hell hath no fury like a Drow princess defending her family.
Crucifix – (Damien’s Chronicles book one, Wednesday)
After a long time with mercenaries, the Church has called their demon-possessed Priest home.
A London flat nestled into the outskirts of a small alcove, a beautiful courtyard with bright shining sun, and as many books as he could read.
It was going to be quiet, calm, and… oh wait, its actually the demon apocalypse.
With incursions, hauntings, and poltergeist to take care of Damian is one of the only priests the Church can call on.
At least for now. They did send a welcoming gift in the shape of a young trainee, Max, who may or may not know his head from his… well… you get the point.
Will Damian, with the help of some friends along the way, be able to kick the slay and start to save the souls of his attackers? Or will his red-eyed granny of a neighbor poison him with a pie first?
If his demon has anything to do with it, exorcisms will only be done in the most fashionable style. Secrets and action await you as you follow Damian up his own path from hell.
Justicar is book five in The Vigilante Chronicles from Natale Grey and Michael Anderle.
We expected this one last week, but Tabitha wanted her book to be the feature last week, so this was pushed 😉
Barnabas may not be Ranger One anymore, but one thing definitely has not changed: when someone screws over the powerless, Barnabas is going to bring the pain.
Death Match (Friday)
Book three in the wildly popular Animus series comes your way Friday.
And finally, we released our first children’s book yesterday. Nine-year-old Sienna Lawson wrote The Principal Is Missing. Please check this one out if you have children or grandchildren in the six to ten-year-old age brackets.
Have you ever wanted to go to a Magic School?
Callie was wondering if she would have to give up hope of ever attending.
Until one week before she was due to start fourth grade when Callie heard her dog Buster talking to her.
The shock was soon replaced with the realization that she wasn’t mundane, she was a witch.
Now, the wish to go to the school has been replaced with the unknown of going to the School.
What kind of adventures would she have?
Enjoy the week!