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A special stone hidden in a quiet cove in Cornwall more than 200 years ago, is the object of a desperate search by two opposing factions. When Harry and his school friends discover a code whilst holidaying in the cove, they assume it will lead them to hidden treasure. But dark forces, with seemingly supernatural powers, are working against them. The teenagers soon find themselves caught up in a deadly battle, and will be lucky to escape with their lives, let alone get their hands on the treasure.
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When the school summer trip to Blackpool gets cancelled, Harry's parents offer to include Harry's friends in their trip to Tredock Cove in Cornwall. Amelia, Mitch and Asad are grateful - Cornwall will be great and even if it isn't as great as Blackpool, anything is better than being stuck at home, right? Ryan is less convinced. He's not the most open-minded of boys and he sincerely believes that Cornwall is full of carrot-crunchers. But he goes along anyway, even if it is reluctantly. Even Ryan doesn't want to be left at home by himself.
And it doesn't take long for the quiet break in Cornwall to turn into something much more exciting - and frightening. The kids find a secret code and become convinced that cracking it will lead them to hidden treasure. And it might well do, but the code will also lead them to something much more dangerous... because as readers of The Darziods' Stone will already know, thanks to a prologue dating back to 1798, Tredock Cove was once the scene of something very sinister indeed. A ship returning from the Napoleonic wars once stopped off there. Its captain and boatswain were murdered and the rest of the crew disappeared, never to be found. The world never knew this but an experiment conducted by a band of prisoner alchemists, led by the evil de Richlieu, was to blame.
As our heroes search for treasure, they find themselves pitted against these ancient forces and they will need some extraterrestrial help if they ever hope to defeat them.
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Since the beginning of my writing career I have been plagued with the question: What is the future of design or better yet, what is the future of book cover design?
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So far this week has been very busy for me at Rukia Publishing, but I have loved every minute of it. Life is good and I am grateful for all that I have!
I want to share something with you today! One of the most favorite parts of what I do, I get to read a lot of books. Some of the stories in these books have become a favorite read and today I would like to share with you one of my favorite stories. Well part of it anyway.
The book this little excerpt comes from is The Changeling And The Borrowed Family, Book Two in The Complications Of Being Lucy Series. Now, I can't share too much with you as I don't want to spoil the fun of being able to read this and be surprised as much as I was.
But, I think you will really enjoy this teaser. This is one, just one of so many really cool scenes in this book.
Before I dive in with the excerpt maybe I should tell you a few other things first. Mainly, I want you all to know that I really have read this book as well as the first in this series. Read really isn't the best way to describe it though. More like I devoured them. And I am very excited that I will be getting to read Book Three soon.
The other thing I want to do is give you a little set up for this part I'm going to share.
If you haven't read this series, you should know there are some really great characters. Seriously! There is of course, Lucy Bison. She is the main character, and at the beginning of Book One she is a full of it 9 year old. In this second book you will see how she has grown with the story line. Lucy is by far my favorite character. I'm not going to list them all out for you, but I will tell you that my second favorite is Lucy's Aunt. She, Lucy's Aunt, plays an investigator in this scene which includes a character whom has control of the elements!
That is all I am telling you.
Now, without any further delay...
Alexia walked into a sparse living room and being that she was already in cop mode, studied it for threats and clues. She came up with neither.
“Who's this?” Vienna asked, pointing at Eva.
“My partner.” Never a truer word said when she was in disguise.
“Oh, I didn't realize they had legalized that in this state.” The young girl gave Lexi a crass smile. “Congratulations.”
“I'm her partner on the force, ya dumb kid.” Lexi nearly choked on the horrible choice of personas that Eva had selected. She had wanted to play the bad cop as she had never had the opportunity before, but didn't have a mass of experience to draw from. It was mostly early cinema and Lexi was waiting to see if she would slap the girl around and call her a palooka.
“Take it easy, Deluca.” Lexi had to scramble for a name. They had not come into this situation nearly prepared enough. But it was just a little girl, they had told each other. Even after Alexia had dealt with her the one day she still took into account her age as a diminishing factor.
“So what's up officers?” Vienna asked, walking across the room and preparing to sit on a thread bare couch. “Oh wait. Is this the point in the 'just making follow up inquiries' where I offer coffee or did you need to ask me that later so you can search for something behind my back?”
“You have watched too much television, kid.” Evangeline said gruffly and cast an eye at Lexi.
“Sorry, can't. It's broke.” The girl said, flopping down.
“I need to ask you about our conversation the other day.” Alexia held up her hand immediately when the girl started to open her mouth. “And I could do without the smart attitude and clever remarks.” Vienna's mouth shut. “You said that you were on that property looking for the phone you dropped, do I have that correct?”
“Yes.” Vienna kept it simple and free of snide. Her cold eyes shifted from Lexi to Eva, who was slowly pacing the room.
“Do you still have that phone?”
“Can you produce documentation as to your ownership of it?”
“No.” She said it with a huff and Lexi recognized the fast darting of her eyes and the adjusting her posture on the couch as precursors to a lie. “I threw out that stuff with the box and all that.”
“Weren't you concerned about what might happen if you broke the phone or it got lost?” Evangeline said over Lexi's shoulder, nearly making her partner jump at her presence there. Lexi had been focused so totally on the girl as was her part in the plan. Eva's was to feel her energy out and start feeding her a desire to give them all the information they could ever want. That much they had planned out as it was the heart of what they were and did, every day.
“Stores keep those records all the time.” The girl was starting to settle into her lie. “All I have to do is show up and tell them my name.”
“Your name. Not your parents?” Lexi felt the shift in energy immediately.
“No.” Vienna's tone was as heavy as the air in the room had become. “It's my phone.”
“Interesting.” Alexia placed enough ambiguity into the single word to make anyone wonder what she meant by it, but the girl remained stone faced.
“Not really. Did you really come here to bother me about my cell phone service?” Vienna pushed herself to her feet. An edge of alarmed energy traced along the succubus's back from Eva.
“We have our reasons for being here.” Lexi liked that phrase too. It gave people nothing but their own imagination to support it. “Can we see the phone in question?”
“Why do you want to see my phone?”
“We believe it was stolen.” It was probably the distracting energy of her partner that made Lexi throw out the question before thinking better of it. “Do your parents know that you are in the possession of stolen property?”
The backlash of emotions from the girl was palpable and Alexia covered the reaction to check on Eva. The woman was standing in the corner of the room by the broken television, looking lost in thought.
“I didn't steal it.” Vienna said, reaching into her pocket and extracting the phone in question. She set it down on the rickety table between her and Lexi and stood up into a slight corona of her own hair dancing in the air. Lexi collected the phone and tapped the screen. It came to life with a picture of Lucy and some other girls behind a request for a password. “I found it.”
“Where?” Lexi snapped. Apparently the sight of her niece’s changeling had a stronger effect on her nerves than she had anticipated. That or the nervous energy that was radiating from Eva.
“By the house that night.” The girl shrugged.
“How did you find it?” Eva asked.
“The screen was glowing.” Lexi could have spotted that lie if she was deaf, blind, and human.
“And when did your TV break?”
“What?” Lexi shared Vienna's confusion at that question. She gave her succubus sister a look to convey that she was going way off script.
“You said that your television is broken and I can see that it is unplugged.” Eva shot Lexi a quick look when she directed the girl's focus to the unused outlet. It was a look that they shared often to convey that they were to trust the other one. Lexi stopped questioning in her head, and took over feeling out Vienna's energy. “Yet the set is warm to the touch.”
“It's probably from the heat vent over in that corner.” The young girl said, stepping back from the table and inching towards the archway to the dark adjoining room.
“The heat vent to the heater that hasn't run since we came in the house?”
“It was running before you came in.” Vienna attempted a smile, but it warbled under her lies. “It's old and doesn't run constantly.”
“You should get your parents to fix it.” Alexia tossed the remark out and the girl’s slow retreat halted. Again, she felt the rush of energy from the girl and finally recognized it for what it was. It was the deep sad desire to be with someone that you could never be with.
“You should leave.” Vienna snapped. The pained desire vanished under a wave of new energy. Dangerous. “Please.”
“We will.” Alexia dared, at last understanding some of what had made Eva nervous. “Once you tell us exactly what we want to know.”
“I asked you nicely.” Vienna wasn't listening to the two women anymore. She was lost in the rush of emotions that they had put her through. “Just remember that.”
Alexia went to respond but the lights winked out. And then the storm broke loose.
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His visit to the house has awoken that which was sleeping: how many must be taken before IT can be laid to rest?’
For Sale again is Mister Jones’ family home: a house he had known and feared since his childhood. On a nostalgic whim he decides to visit the house, with disasterous results. The house reacts to his appearance and the estate agent who is showing him around vanishes. Shortly afterwards the next agent appointed to handle the sale of the property also disappears.
Mister Jones wants nothing to do with the property. His visit has awoken old memories for him, and the memories are not pleasant. But it is clear that something else has also been awoken by his visit, and when he is begged to help find the young agent who has vanished, he can no longer avoid the responsibility of facing his legacy of evil, and dealing with the curse laid upon the house.
But what will happen when he faces IT, and who will emerge alive?
If you knew just how much of this story is true, how well would you sleep tonight?
Portrait Of A Girl
Does lightning ever strike twice? It would seem so for the unfortunate Mister Jones. After a harrowing encounter with the paranormal in The Showing, once again he again finds himself in mortal danger on the borders of that shadowed world.
An antique painting holds a strange fascination for him - and others. What does the girl in the portrait want from Mister Jones and from the others who become entranced by her beauty? And can she be stopped before she unleashes her ancient evil into our modern world in a lake of blood?
‘This is a great read. I literally devoured it in less than 24 hours. If you liked The Showing... it's better. Spooky. It reads a bit like Sheridan LeFanu or Guy de Maupassant. Awesome. Classic horror short story, except this isn't short. It's a full novel. Just wanted to clarify, it READS like a classic horror short story. Tight, spare and invoking tons of imagination.’
The House Next Door
Mister Jones thought that he was finished with the world of the paranormal: but the paranormal world hadn’t finished with him… His next door neighbour is attracted to a statuette and takes it home. Shortly afterwards, her mother is brutally murdered, - and that isn’t the only death. As the casualties mount and the dead roam free, can Mister Jones stop the tide of evil?
When Sheila Balsam finds herself compelled to buy a genuine antique in a strange little shop, she didn’t bargain for what came with the statuette - and Mister Jones finds himself once again drawn into the dangerous world of the paranormal : this time via the house next door.
An ancient evil has found a way to break from his enchanted prison and the only one who is going to stand in his way is the unfortunate Mister Jones, who seems destined to live in interesting times.
The Curse Of Clyffe House
It was supposed to be a holiday, time away whilst his friend and neighbour wrote a book about their last adventure. But as soon as Mister Jones arrives at the holiday cottage things start to go wrong, and waking up to find a skeleton in his bed is only the start. Terror stalks this cottage and before long Mister Jones discovers an ancient Evil is plotting to wreak devastation across the land; and it plans to start with his death.
Poison, fear, and a horrific Shadow from long ago stand between their survival: can Mister Jones and his friend defeat the Curse of Clyffe House and live?
Coming In The Summer Of 2017
Mister Jones discovers more about his family in this fifth novel about his adventures. A relative he had never known appoints him both executor of his estate, and the beneficiary should the main beneficiaries have died before him. Surprised and curious to learn more about his family and their past, Mister Jones journeys to the mist haunted eastern coast of England, and the village of Hawkstowe.
There he finds that his family have an unsavoury reputation locally for their dealings in black magic, and that his arrival is viewed with fear and horror. So scared are the locals that Mister Jones might herald a return to the dreadful times they experienced many years ago that they decide to burn down the house in which he is staying.
Mister Jones must confront demons, monsters, and members of his family both living and dead to escape with his life and his sanity intact.
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