An Eclipsing Autumn Excerpt – Stagnant

Excerpt from The Cycle of the Six Moons: An Eclipsing Autumn Chapter Twenty-Six: Stagnant After a moment, I hear the familiar high pitched clinking of metal against stone. I try to scream, “Is someone there?” but it probably can’t be heard from the other side. I look at Jayse, who’s leaning against the wall, and … Continue reading An Eclipsing Autumn Excerpt – Stagnant

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An Eclipsing Autumn Excerpt – Blood Trophy

Excerpt from The Cycle of the Six Moons: An Eclipsing Autumn Chapter Eighteen: Blood Trophy His servant returns wheeling in a white cart with a couple of drawers and a tray on top holding color-coded test tubes. I swallow a lump in my throat. “You want to take our blood?” I ask. “How quick you … Continue reading An Eclipsing Autumn Excerpt – Blood Trophy

An Eclipsing Autumn Excerpt – The Ceremony of Crescent Starrs

Excerpt from The Cycle of the Six Moons: An Eclipsing Autumn Chapter Ten: The Ceremony of Crescent Stars He pulls up the stone and looks at it, then steps forward. “It’s midnight.” Standing a few feet in front of me, he lifts it from his neck and dangles the chain from both hands. My heart … Continue reading An Eclipsing Autumn Excerpt – The Ceremony of Crescent Starrs

An Eclipsing Autumn Cover Reveal!

Here we have the fabulous cover art for  The Cycle of the Six Moons:  An Eclipsing Autumn!  Like with The Starriest Summer's cover art, this was created by artist Brandon Lacey, one of the conceptual artists for Fiona Frightening and the Wicked Wardrobe.  Check out more of Brandon's artwork here! blue-paint-sea.deviantart.com Here's some more behind the scenes … Continue reading An Eclipsing Autumn Cover Reveal!

The Starriest Summer Review in The Armijo Signal

I contacted one of my old high school English teachers about interviewing me for the high school paper, et voilà! In case, for some reason, you can't read the above: Book review Armijo grad brings summer early By Sophia Santos Editor-in-Chief If you’ve ever wanted to be impressed by how unlimited the future is in … Continue reading The Starriest Summer Review in The Armijo Signal