It’s that time again. We’ve been running listings on NetGalley to promote the books and those listings certainly work better when you promote the listings themselves! So, this month we have two titles running and here’s a bit about them, along with the link to the NetGalley Listing.
For those not familar with NetGalley, it is a book listing site aimed toward librarians, booksellers, and reviewers. Anyone can sign up for a free account and request advance reader copies in exchange for posting review on blogs, GoodReads, Amazon, etc. For details, see the NetGalley site.
Click the below links to go to the NetGalley Listings for these titles.
THE FOX’S FIRE: And Other Fantastic Tales by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
Dance Among the Embers, But Don’t Get Burned…
From a kitsune slinking through the mists… to an elven champion tied to every crossroad in the moment of Midnight… to the heir of Underhill ruling the road on a Harley, the mystical and magical intersect nearly unrealized with the world of man.
Do you dare to walk among them with open eyes? Do you seek a glimpse of their power? Take care and proceed with soft steps among the folk of magic and moonlight. Fickle is the least of what is said of them. But well worth the risk, for those looking for something more…
Includes the Stories The Fox’s Fire, The Promise of Death, The Devil in the Details, A Moment Out of Time, Forever and a Day, Crossroads and Curses, Mis En Place, and Mama Bear
BREAKING THE CODE by David Lee Summers
There are creatures lurking in our world. Obscure creatures long relegated to myth and legend. They have been sighted by a lucky—or unlucky—few, some have even been photographed, but their existence remains unproven and unrecognized by the scientific community.
These creatures, long thought gone, have somehow survived; creatures from our nightmares haunting the dark places. They swim in our lakes and bays, they soar the night skies, they hunt in the woods. Some are from our past, and some from other worlds, and others that have always been with us—watching us, fearing us, hunting us.
These are the cryptids, and Systema Paradoxa tells their tales.
1942. Gallup, New Mexico. Marine recruiters have come to town looking to fill their ranks with a secret weapon against the Axis powers—what would become Navajo Code Talkers—but not everyone supports the prospect of young native men going off to war.
When one new recruit is found dead, and a rancher’s cattle are mutilated, whispers of witchcraft and skinwalker filter through the town and interest in enlisting wanes. Is there evil afoot, or is that just what opponents to the cause want everyone to think?
Whether guided by magic, mischief, or malevolence, without a doubt, nothing is as it seems…