Cassandra Larsen graduated from The College of New Jersey with a degree in English Education. An avid reader of urban fantasy and paranormal romance, she has been dreaming up stories from a very early age. She lives in Maryland with her husband and son.
She is the author of the fantasy series, The Witches Circle, and the nonfiction series, Simple Witchcraft.
Author Ethan Sandlow – I have worked as a freelance writer for trade magazines for a number of years, and yes, it’s boring as it sounds. I finally took the plunge to write my own book back in 2013. I had all the doubts and anxiety that I suppose any new writer goes through. But I bit the bullet and started a book based on a character which has lived in my imagination for many years.
Fenris Lyall is a Werewolf who has a long and original history. I wanted Fenris to be an anti-hero, rutheless in his nature but not completely good and not completely bad. The first book which is called “The Hidden” introduces Fenris to the world. Although not everything about him is revealed in the first book, more and more about his history will follow in the series of books that come after.
The Hidden: A Fenris Lyall Tale (Werewolves and Shifters Book 1) Kindle Edition
Readers who do not normally read Lycan books or shifter suspense stories have commented on how much they have enjoyed reading about the complex character which Fenris is. Read the reviews and see why readers find it hard to put this werewolves and shifters book down once they have started it. If you are a fan of Lycan horror books, and are looking for a werewolf mystery and suspense book which is going to keep you guessing right till the end, you are not going to be disappointed!
Fenris had been on the verge of leaving Columbus until by chance he had caught the scent of the shifters.Undecided as to whether he should kill them or ignore them, he settled on the idea that he would wait to see what they were doing there before making his move.
On finding out that the shifters were there for the girl, had left Fenris with a problem. He knew that the Faction had sent the shapeshifters to abduct the girl. It wasn’t his business but his curiosity had been aroused, why did they want her? Who or what was she? She certainly wasn’t a shapeshifter.
The Faction had been hunting, recruiting and killing people with special abilities for centuries. Fenris had been cautious and ruthless in his steps to prevent the Faction from discovering his existence. He was no ordinary Lycan, and if they were to discover there was a werewolf such as Fenris walking the world, all their attention would turn to him. Would he put himself at risk or walk away?
For as long back as I can remember I loved to pretend. Whether it was with my Transformers, GI Joe, or He-Man toys I loved to create intricate plots and have them fight it out. As a fan of horror, science fiction, action, and comedy I dare say my taste in movies are well rounded. Some of my favorites were Star Wars, Star Trek, martial arts, and anything with Swarzenegger in them.
Who will survive?
When the murder of a colleague is linked to a series of suspicious deaths, Detective Superintendent Greg Woods’ team are tasked with solving the mystery. New to the team is Maria Barnes, whose besmirched character sadly precedes her. However Woods quickly discovers there is more to the detective sergeant than meets the eye: her skill level, knowledge base, and investigative talents far outshine his own formidable qualities…
And why is the Secret Intelligence Service so interested in Barnes and the investigation?
CXVI The Beginning of the End http://ow.ly/Q759m The shocking truth is found at the heart of the Government @cxviangie #BZbooks
In addition to books listed, her essay is included in “Best Life Stories” from Readers’ Digest http://www.amazon.com/The-Best-Life-Stories-Resilience/dp/1606525646, and she is a contributor to Halo Magazine.
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