Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Magic of the Gargoyles By Rebecca Chastain *Cover Reveal*



Description:

Someone has kidnapped a nest of helpless baby gargoyles and is using them as pentagram focuses, devouring their magic—and their lives—for a horrific, illegal power boost. Swept into the dangerous underworld of black magic, earth elemental Mika Stillwater must cobble together her limited resources and skills to have a chance at being the hero the baby gargoyles desperately need. If she fails, the city will be at the mercy of the gargoyles’ murderers and their overwhelming destructive magic.

But pitting herself against powerful black-magic villains is proving just as deadly for Mika as for the gargoyles.

About the Magic of the Gargoyles Universe:

Magic of the Gargoyles is set in a reimagined Victorian-era American city, where everyone has (and always has had) the ability to work the five magical elements: fire, earth, air, water, and wood. Magical creatures live and interact with humans, including gryphons, gargoyles (of course), and intimidating kludde. As with all skills, some people are better and stronger at magic, and the elite of society are the strongest, known as full-spectrum pentacle potentials (FSPPs).

Our heroine Mika is an earth elemental of average talent, with a dream of opening her own shop one day soon and leaving her soul-sucking quarry management job behind. Her dreams do not include dangerous adventures, but she can’t resist the desperate plea of a baby gargoyle. (Really, who could?)

The problem is that not everyone is as content as Mika with their innate level of magic. Some people will do anything to become as strong as an FSPP, even murder.




Pre-release Sale: Until its release on October 20, Magic of the Gargoyles is 50% off, only $.99!

About Rebecca Chastain:

Rebecca Chastain is the author of A Fistful of Evil, a fast-paced, funny urban fantasy. She has found seven four-leaf clovers to date, won a purebred Arabian horse in a drawing, and once tamed a blackbird for a day. She has been employed as a VHS sales clerk, bookshelf straightener, government pseudo-employee, professional finder of lost sporting goods, and strategy guide wrangler in the video game industry. Dreaming up the absurd and writing stories designed to amuse and entertain has been her passion since she was eleven years old, and she’s incapable of stopping. She lives in northern California with her wonderful husband and two bossy cats.




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