Hot off the presses, well, electrons:
The East Witch is Cedar Sanderson’s latest novel. Her ninth novel is set in the same world as her best selling series Pixie for Hire, but is a standalone work with unique characters.
Anna’s rescue training kicked in when she tripped over the injured elf. Getting him home? No problem. Getting herself home again? That’s going to be a little more complicated.
Trapped Underhill, in the land of the fae, Anna has to remember everything she knows about fairy tales. Not the sweet happy ones: the stories where Baba Yaga boils you alive and giants grind your bones for bread. Her skills as a hunter and her good manners might be all that keep her alive. At least, if she can keep the Wild Hunt at bay!
Just in time for Christmas giving! You can easily gift an ebook and it’s never going to get lost in the mail, or clutter up the house, and what better gift for the reader who has everything than a brand new book to savor?
Woo! I know what I’m reading this week. Love the cover, btw.
Thank you! I hope you enjoy it!
If the photos are supposed to be links to purchase, you should be aware: they aren’t.
They are not. The new and ‘improved’ WordPress backend no longer allows me that option.
That’s obnoxious. Good to know, though.
It is. Over at my personal site, when they rolled it out the first thing I did was install a plug-in to put it back the way it was.
Finished it already, and liked it a lot! It helps that I have a soft spots for stories with Baba Yaga, including the musical version in Mussagorsky’s PIctures at an Exihbition:
Some of my favorites as well. I’m glad you liked it!