Featured New Release: Seasons of Magick: Spring by Suzan Harden


I made friends with Suzan Harden ’cause she’s friends with Christie Craig. I met Christie through Win a Book (and to think I’m toying with the idea of shutting it down!). See how this works?

Suzan’s followed a road similar to the one I’ve taken: which route to publication do I take?

As you guys know, it’s a hard road. A hard decision. And Suzan’s finally made her choice, which is good for me ’cause I get to tell you about her debut novella, Seasons of Magick: Spring. It’s 99c at Smashwords! (and yes, that link is the affiliate link, so I’ll get some pennies if you use it to buy the book. Which you ought to do.)

This means I had to ask Suzan the Famed One Question Interview (do I need to trademark THAT, too?): What song makes you think of your book?

Her answer shocked me. Ready for it?

Okay, this sounds incredibly geeky but it’s Barry Manilow’s ‘Ready to Take a Chance Again.’ The lyrics match my hero Adrian’s despair after he lost his wife and the return of hope after he meets Tessa. I know. I’m such a sap. LOL

The opening to that video is a hoot. Go check it out!

And here’s the extended book blurb. So you know what we’re going on about today:

Extended Description
Welcome to Morrigan’s Cauldron! But be careful what you ask for because this little Greenwich Village shop can deliver your heart’s desire. Or your greatest nightmare.

Tessa McClain’s life has spun out of control. Thanks to her con artist ex, she’s lost her job, her money and her reputation. Desperate, she talks her way into job at a local New Age shop. There’s just one problem—Adrian Holloway, the hunky store manager. The last thing she needs is another bad boy in her life. But her body hungers to break her brain’s ‘no men’ rule.

After the death of his wife, Adrian abandoned his Wall Street world and found peace in the quirky Greenwich shop, Morrigan’s Cauldron. Or he did until an April wind blew smart-mouthed Tessa McClain through the front door. While he’s ready to take another crack at love, convincing Tessa may be more trouble than he bargained.

There ya go… another new book from another new voice. I love it.


1 Comment

  1. Suzan Harden

    May 19, 2011 8:52 pm

    Thanks for the shout-out, girl! I’ll try to come up with a hipper song next time. *grin*

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