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Below is the first scene of That Night. Enjoy!
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I reveal to you the ebook cover for That Night!
For October 2018 (my book launch month), I earned ...
There once lived a humble wolf pack in the dense Madame Sherri Forest in New Hampshire.
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by two published authors with a podcast called Word Necromancers!
Hi readers and friends, I encourage you to press refresh on your ebook copy of That Night asap for an even better reading experience! Post-production proofreading of That is complete and the updated ebook offers a smoother story to improve everyones enjoyment. The story itself remains the same. Refresh or re-downlaod your ebook copy of … Continue reading Press REFRESH on That Night!
Release Day for That Night — Book two in the Nadira Holden, Demon Hunter book series! 4/23/19. Sale.
This Time by Azaaa Davis
Nadira Holden, Demon Hunter Book 1
Camp Davis Productions (October 1, 2018)
Science Fiction & Fantasy/New Adult & College/Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense/Paranormal/Shifters
Legendary demon hunter Nadira Holden paid the ultimate price to end the war between demons and hunters.
Resurrected in present-day New York, many years have passed, everyone moved on without her, and the demons she once battled have made peace with humans. Nadira no longer has a purpose here. Dying again might be her ticket back to that “next life” she experienced.
Except humans are disappearing, and Nadira’s father is one of the missing. Feeling a strong obligation to find him before sorting out her own fate, she begins investigating.
She won’t rest in peace unless she can prove the demons are behind the disappearances. But Nadira is running out of time. The darkness within her is causing her to lose her humanity…
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Dreg follows the story of Mara, an outcast dreg from Stonehollow with no magical ability ...
This Time by Azaaa Davis
This Time: A Nadira Holden Novel, is a Debut, Urban Fantasy book by Azaaa Davis and the first of a series. The story revolves around Nadira Holden, a young New York native and demon hunter, who dies in the 20th century and wakes up in the 21st century. As with such story lines, the one who wakes up from the dead almost, always, finds that life went on and times changed, while they seemingly remained stuck in their pre-death state.
The case is no different for Nadira, described as a Child of Orion, who received extensive training as a demon hunter in her lifetime. She wakes up to new technology, political change;
There was no way she could sit through another lesson on politics. She already learned that she missed the reign of a Black president and that an Orange one…
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This was one of those highly anticipated debut novels that held so much promise, from the author who was perfectly capable of delivering that promise. And wow did she deliver… All I can say is that my lucky streak of great books continues.
I don’t even know where to start. The authors writing is superb. Her characters are not all lovable but all are well developed. The plot is complex and original. The world the author created is grim, full of betrayal, intrigue, some backstabbing, and a lot of power struggle. It is incredible how the author tackles preconceived notions, prejudice, hypocrisy, and indoctrination.
Nadira, the main character, has to deal with all of them, alone. She is faced with a new reality and has to find her place in it. Not to mention the hardship with dealing…
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