In The Rings of Poseidon, Gillian Meadows (Gill) is tall for a woman with long blonde hair, piercing violet eyes and several lifetimes on the path. An archeologist in her early 20s, she grows in confidence and stature as the ring reveals her life as a priestess and she rediscovers her own power and her psychic abilities.
She gets married in Heat Stroke, and becomes Gill Benderman. She runs an occult shop in York, and is up against a powerful, beautiful, self-centered and utterly ruthless woman. Gill uses her quick wits and occult skills to outsmart a magician you could only call black.
The winner of this giveaway will get a copy (ebook) of Heat Stroke by Mike Crowson. Are you wondering why you aren’t getting The Rings of Poseidon, also by Mike Crowson? But you are my luvs; all of you! The Rings of Poseidon can be downloaded FREE from Smashwords.
This is all you need to do for a chance to win Heat Stroke:
- What do you think about the idea of science and the occult working together to save the planet from global warming?
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This giveaway ends April 19th. The winner will be chosen April 20th.
Blurb: The heat death of the planet through excessive global warming, genetic engineering to lengthen lifespans and the occult don’t sound as if they go together, nor do they sound humourous, but this book involves all three and is often funny, though some of the humour is black-ish.
Isaac Brinridge has invented a device for exploring the future telepathically. His neice, Athena, who is a rather nasty piece of work, belongs to the same occult group as Gill, who is trying out Uncle Isaac’s gadget. Athena is mightily curious but Gill’s quick wits save her ... Brainridge, in spite of being long lived, and planet earth are not so lucky.
Blurb: A group of archaeologists, led by Afro-Caribbean Alycia Graham, are working on a Stone-Age site in the Orkneys, when they discover a remarkably well preserved copper ring, with the power to give the wearer a glimpse of the past ... but is it their own past of that of the ring? Why are all in the team somehow connected with the history of the ring? What is a metal ring doing so far back in the Stone-Age?