Everything old is new again . . .
Once upon a time, two friends wrote a contemporary fantasy series about a guy whose summer vacation gets hijacked by a demanding, controlling–and terrified and beautiful–witch. Magic, adventure, romance, a seriously evil villain, a seriously cool sword–what more could a fantasy-lover want?
The L.O.S.T. trilogy was published by Llewellyn, but it’s ours again. We’ve updated the story, and gotten wicked-wonderful new covers designed by Scott Carpenter (Cover photo art for L.O.S.T. provided by TitusBoy25) of http://pandngraphics.com, and released it for today’s modern world, on Kindle and Nook and Kobo and Smashwords. My partner in crime, R.S. Collins, has a ton of L.O.S.T. extras on her website, so check them out!
Brenden’s on his way to the beach when he makes a pit stop in a tiny desert town called Live Oak Springs Township. It doesn’t take long for Bren to realize that something’s way wrong in L.O.S.T.—and it might be that witchy girl in the general store.
Jasmina Corey has a secret, and a very big problem. Bren may be the solution.
Too bad he hates her on sight. Too bad she might have to kill him.
Are there witches?
Are they evil?
Some are. Some aren’t. It’s not always easy to figure that out.
Lots of snark?
No. Not in this language, anyway.
Dragons? Dwarves? Stuff I’ve never heard of but might have had nightmares about?
Is it mushy?
No. Magic and cell phones don’t get along. But Bren and Jazz know how to Twitter-fight.
Blood and gore and gross stuff?
Not really. I like not throwing up while I write.
Are the other books in the series already written?
Why, yes they are! Coming very soon. I’ll post the second cover soon!
Can I get them in print with the delicious new cover?
If I want to write a review, can I contact you?
“Permit me to remind you that a very small size has been bestowed on us Mice, and if we did not guard our dignity, some (who weigh worth by inches) would allow themselves very unsuitable pleasantries at our expense.”
Reepicheep the High Mouse offers these words to Aslan in C.S. Lewis’s Prince Caspian.
Read my essay It’s the Little Things — for free at Smartpop through Tuesday, November 27 — and see if you agree.
For die-hard fans, there’s always the HBO adaptation to tide us over until Winds of Winter makes it to the shelves . . . and now we have this, too!
Come on. Give it a click to find out more. You know you want to.