Witchy Woman

Some of you may have seen the comment, but in case you missed it, I know a lot of you like Debora Geary’s work.

She’s just released her latest work – A Nomadic Witch – and it’s skyrocketing through the charts. She’s already broken above #100 once. I suspect she’ll head back there soon.

With good reason. This ia a terrific book. I read it as a beta reader and this woman just keeps impressing me with the way her skill as a story teller grows.

And I’d like to think she’s modeled Marcus after me, but … probably not.

So, if you’re looking for a nice summer read, grab a sample and see what you think.

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8 Responses to Witchy Woman

  1. Debora Geary says:

    Nuh uh. Bears no resemblance to you at all, at all.

    ;).

  2. Shellie Patterson says:

    Bought it, read it. I love those books – I just wish Debora would write faster. :)

  3. Debora Geary says:

    It’s kind of like the speed of light – there are certain barriers my brain can’t break :).

  4. barbinbandon says:

    Bought it. Read it. Loved it.

    Thanks for the heads up.

  5. JustJoan says:

    Thank you, Captain, for sharing Debora Geary with us! Her writing makes me laugh, cry and think — what more can we ask for?!?!?! (Except the next installment of the Deep Dark…)

  6. TheSFReader says:

    “Nice summer read”
    Problem with tat is it lasts only a few hours at best, and even if re-read a few times it leaves wanting for more … soooon !

  7. Scott says:

    It’s not my kind of book, but I recommended them to my wife and she loved them.

  8. BigMac says:

    Next Witchy Book is out and on Amazon ;-)

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