by Rhonda Sermon
My rating: 4 stars
A collection of four short stories to introduce readers to the series by the different authors. The stories include Ninjas & Nephilims (Enlighten series) by Kristin D. Van Risseghem, Jonah's Curse (Midnight Chronicles series) by Rhonda Sermon, Prince of Hawks (Unweaving series) by Sarah K.L. Wilson, and Wrath of Witches (Shift of Shadow and Soul series) by Hilary Thompson. This edition was free on the authors joint mailing list.
(Enlighten #0.5, Midnight Chronicles #0.5, Unweaving #0.5, Shift of Shadow and Soul #0.5)
by Rhonda Sermon, Sarah K.L. Wilson, Hilary Thompson, Kristin D. Van Risseghem
What a clever way to meet the magic created by the words of four authors! SIX QUEENS is a collection of four short stories that are all part of larger series written by these authors.
Each short story is just a bite-sized taste of what these authors offer, along with some author information at the end of each story.
Rhonda Sermon’s contribution is JONAH’S CURSE is the story of a young man who needs magic to save his life. He must decide if the cure is worth turning away from all those he loves.
Kristin D. Van Risseghem’s NINJAS & NEPHILIMS a special child is born and will be protected at all costs by two unlikely allies, an angel and a Nephilim. When tragedy strikes, they will make a decision that could have far-reaching repercussions.
Hilary Thompson’s WRATH OF WITCHESA young prince seeks a talisman and will join forces with a young woman in search of a friend. Can they work together to reach each of their goals? Can they trust one another to assist in their unique quests?
Sarah K.L. Wilson’s PRINCE OF HAWKS is the tale of a young prince who wants to physically soar like the majestic hawk. When his family is attacked and killed, he finds himself a young king now preparing to lead his warriors into war. A little dark, with a lot of story to follow.
If you are always on the lookout for new authors, new stories and new series to follow, this is collection is a nice sampler to try. Available only through the authors by joining their mailing list! Before you say, no way, remember, independent authors must promote both themselves and their work and this group has done a wonderful job of putting their best foot forward!