Tuesday, October 10, 2017 | By: Angela Brown

Much More than Teen Spirit!

You probably noticed there hasn't been much from me writing-wise. If you thought I stopped writing altogether and said, "Frankenstein it all!," you could be right.


Not really :-)

While I'm not consumed with the same writing-fire that once left me blind to all else but the words that had to get onto paper, that flame remains, just cooler and a bit more bearable so that other things in my life actually, you know...


And, because I have been doing a little bit of writing, I would like to invite interested bloggers to share about this awesome project of which I am a part. It is Spirits in the Water, an anthology edited by Catherine Stine and Cherie Reich, authored by the fantastic members of Untethered Realms.
Please click here to sign up. Is this a requirement? Heck no!!! But I would be truly humbled and grateful if you would spread the word.

So what is SItW about?
Book Description:
A haunted journey on a riverboat, water sprites borne of pennies, preternatural creatures, ancient serpents, and the Lady of the Lake lurk in dark waters. Raging storms and magical rainbow fountains. Water is spectacularly beautiful but also treacherous.

Gwen Gardner gives us Shake, Rattle and Row. Harlow Grayson has the chance to rid herself of a pesky ghost but she must first brave a haunted riverboat and recover a family heirloom. What she finds might be more than she can handle.

Jeff Chapman offers The Water Wight. When a drowned girl changes her mind about suicide, Merliss and her associates face a fearsome, preternatural creature.

M. Pax presents The Wallows. Evernee Weems wants to escape this world in the worst way. Her daughter needs everything, the rent is being raised, Evernee’s job barely pays minimum wage, and she has little hope for better. Inside a puddle is a different reality. She jumps in, happy to trade her problems for a life in which worries don’t exist. Or do they?

Angela Brown gives us Extraordinary. Puberty hits Angelique like a gut punch and brings about a change, forcing an unexpected revelation about her past. All seems well until a vicious storm tears through her Texas community, and Angelique learns there are worse things than a little change.

River Fairchild presents You Can’t Go Home Again. A young woman, filled with regret about the past, goes on a journey and discovers more than she bargained for.

Simon Kewin offers us The Waters, Dividing the Land. Hyrn the horned god of the woodlands is learning the meaning of fear. Death magic blights the land, threatening everyone and everything. To save what he can from spreading corruption, he turns to the ancient river serpents, but they’ve grown old and distant and may not hear his call at all.

Christine Rains gives us Frozen. A necromancer is on the frozen moon of Saturn where the dead do scream.

Meradeth Houston presents The Flood. Sometimes a flooded kitchen isn’t the unluckiest thing to happen to you.

Catherine Stine offers Maizy of Bellagio. April still searches for her mother who vanished nineteen years ago from the fountain at Hotel Bellagio in Vegas. Can Maizy, a water sprite who works the fountain’s pink colors, begin to help the three generations of eccentric women tortured by this tragedy?

M. Gerrick gives us The One Who Would Wield the Sword. Nikka is supposed to be nothing more than dragon bait so a real dragon hunter can do his job, but the Lady in the Lake has other plans for her.

Cherie Reich presents The Folding Point. Aimee’s fight against those who banned paper magics has begun.

From USA Today, Amazon bestselling, and popular science fiction and fantasy authors comes Spirits in the Water, a supernatural anthology of eleven thrilling tales. Spirits in the Water is the fourth, long-awaited Elements story collection from the dynamic and inventive Untethered Realms group.

Available at Goodreads | Smashwords | Amazon | Google Play | Kobo | iTunes | Nook

Molly, aka Tiny Terror, shares a smile of thanks and says she'll try to resist nibbling at your shoelaces if we ever meet in person...but she makes no promises :-)


Natalie Aguirre said...

Congrats on your story in the anthology, Angela! That's awesome!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I wouldn't trust that face.
I'll help!

roth phallyka said...

She jumps in, happy to trade her problems for a life in which worries don’t exist. Or do they?


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