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  • 7: Seven Sisters,  Books,  Mysterious Charm

    Seven Sisters is out now

    An ereader with the cover of Seven Sisters displayed on it rests on a bed of green leaves and pale blue flowers. The cover has a silhouetted couple in 1920s dress and suit on a purple and blue background, surrounded by vines.

    It’s an odd time to be talking about something as lighthearted as a romance book, but I write in large part because having hope the world can change is such a powerful thing.

    Seven Sisters is the story of Vivian, an investigator with secrets of her own, and Cadmus, keeper of his family country home turned boarding house. Cadmus would much rather be spending his time on his translation projects, but a serious of mysterious and dangerous events has him worried. For himself, for his nephew, and for all his residents.

    When Vivian arrives to investigate, things start accelerating, until Vivian and Cadmus must confront their assumptions and past histories to avoid danger to everyone in the household.

    This book is also of interest if you’ve wanted to learn more about the Fatae (the fae of Albion, or at least some of them…).

    Learn more on the book page, including an excerpt, or you can buy it directly from the links below.

    And other online stores are in the works – find them all here as they’re available. (If your favourite isn’t there, let me know and I’ll see what I can do.)

    Making the world a little better

    I’ll be donating a third of my income from release week (plus some additional money from my own day to day budget) split between the following two causes.

    We Love Lake Street  for rebuilding after the immense destruction there. (As I mentioned last newsletter, that’s near my old neighbourhood where I still have a number of friends, and many of the business are owned by immigrants and people of colour.)

    The NAACP Empowerment Program, which supports training, education, and advocacy as a voice for communities of colour. 

    There are so many other amazing organisations who could use time and money. If you’re able to, I hope you’ll find a way to contribute to the important work going on to make the world better for everyone. 

    I hope the world treats you gently, and that you have time for good reading, whatever it is you choose.