Meet this Witch: Myka

Myka is an unwanted granddaughter. How sad! You are probably exclaiming, but replay sorrow with danger because she is the unwanted grandchild of a not very tolerant Zeus. Mika lived as a mortal for many years, but all hell—or should that be earth?—breaks loose when she turns 18.

The winner of this giveaway will receive an electronic copy of Myka the Goddess Witch: Zeus Secret by Vianka Van Bokkem.

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- This novel couples Apollo and Athena. This is the first time I’ve read of such union, which made wonder: what other pair would make an interesting godly couple? What kind of child would they “bless” their world with?

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This giveaway ends May 1st. The winner will be chosen May 3rd.
Blurb: When the father of all gods Zeus discovered his beloved daughter Athena was pregnant with Apollo’s baby, he ordered all gods and goddesses to keep it a secret because he wanted all mortals to believe Athena was an eternal virgin.

The moment I was born Zeus gave me away to a loyal mortal “witch” named Maia which means “nursing mother”. My father Apollo had to have a special magic spell done by Maia because he was the god of truth who can’t speak a lie. Zeus also asked Maia to cast a spell on my mother so she would not fight him when he gave me away.

Maia lived in Mykonos, Greece and decided to name me Myka. She was careful to cast the biggest magic spell on me. I was going to be a mortal girl until the day of my 18th birthday.

Snatch Myka the Goddess Witch: Zeus Secret from Amazon, and enjoy it!

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22 comments:

  1. As soon as I saw that journal I fell in love! hehe
    How have you been? It's been so bloody busy here I just don't get the time for my blogs lately... :(

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  2. I'm caught...need to read this one...I've wondered about Poisedon and someone...who would make a good mate for him? Unfortunately, I don't follow these Gods too closely...

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  3. I am a Wicked Darling though...

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  4. I wonder about Hades and Aptrodite would have a child. Would the good conquer the evil? Or would the evil win?

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  5. Wicked darling

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  6. Vampire by day werewolf by night sounds super catchy considering they are mortal enemies.

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  7. I think Athena and Hephaestus would make a great couple, they would have wickedly intelligent and creative children. That guy got such a bum deal, but was a great God.

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  8. Other than this one, I'd say Paranormal Hunters - Area 51 Inception sounds fun.

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  9. I am following Vianka on Twitter.

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  10. I'm a wicked darling...and I really want this book!

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  11. I have a witches in fiction party button.

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  12. I would love to see Ares and Aphrodite together. What child? The child of fairness of course! Remember... all's fair in love and war! :)

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  13. Follow vianka on twitter lmbrunken lmbrunken {AT} gmail {DOT} com

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  14. Tweeted lmbrunken
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  15. Extra entry from Beltane post

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  16. I think the god Tyr and the goddess Lofn would be a good match of kindness, strength and intelligence. A child would be someone willing to fight for those who mortal justice had not served well.

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