Tuesday, January 10, 2012

What's New from Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers?

Here are a few of the new releases from members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers:

The Daemon Prism: A Novel of the Collegia Magica
by Carol Berg
Penguin Group January 2012
ISBN: 978-0451464347
Paperback $16.00 (also available as an ebook)

"Dante the necromancer is the most reviled man in Sabria, indicted for crimes against the living and the dead. He salves bitterness with a magical puzzle - a desperate soldier's dream of an imprisoned sorceress and a faceted glass that can grant one's utmost desires. But the dream is a seductive trap. Haunted, blind, driven to the verges of the world, Dante must risk everything he values to unravel a mystery of ancient magic, sacred legend, and the truth of the divine..."

Visit Carol's website at Carol Berg, Author and her blog at Text Crumbs.


Sentinel: Archive of Fire
by Betsy Dornbusch
Whiskey Creek Press January 2012
ISBN: 978-1-61160-218-0
E-book $6.99
print versions available at Whiskey Creek

"Twins Aidan and Kaelin didn’t realize until they got to university that most guys don’t learn five ways to kill a man by the age of fourteen. Still, since their estranged father descends from the demon Asmodai, it's probably worth knowing how to defend themselves. But as years pass and threat never materializes, the twins suppose their mom is just paranoid - until she disappears. Their father tells them Asmodai has taken possession of their mother in order to infiltrate Sentinel, a treacherous coalition of demidemon rebels determined to protect humankind from the demon legions. The twins form a grudging alliance with Sentinel to rescue her, but when Asmodai murders their father to incite war, Sentinel starts to implode and Aidan and Kaelin must battle an enemy who wears their mother’s face."

Betsy's blog is Sex Scenes at Starbucks.


Beyond the Sea Mist
by Mary Gillgannon
E-book: $2.99

"Irish princess Ailinn has already lost her home and family. Now her Viking captor intends to sell her as a bedslave in the markets of Dublin. Her only hope is another Viking, Magnus Gunnarson. Dare she trust this bold, young seaman to rescue her and help her fulfill her destiny...beyond the sea mist?"

For more information about Mary and her books, please visit her website. She has written as Tara O'Dell, Molly Marcort, and Nikki Donovan.

Mary has also re-released Storm Maiden, Dragon of the Island, and Dragon's Dream as e-books for Kindle and Nook:


Murder in the Dojo
by Sue Star
D. M. Kreg Publishing January 2012
ISBN: 9780615570723
$14.99 in trade paper
$4.99 in e-book format, available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

"Nell Letterly’s dream job as a karate instructor involves a few little first-day glitches. She finds the guy she replaced very dead–killed with her martial arts weapons. The police don’t bother to investigate anybody else. Her boss suddenly disappears. The dojo is a dump and the students know nothing. Plus, she faces foreclosure on her house, and her teen-age daughter hates her. Line the students up and look positive. After work, find the killer before the killer finds her."

Author Sue Star is Rebecca Bates in disguise. She shares Rebecca's blog at Rebecca Writer.


List compiled by Pat Stoltey


Margot Kinberg said...

Pat - Such different and interesting offerings this month! Thanks for sharing these. Some of these look really interesting!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

First one sounds good! Checking iPad now...

Patricia Stoltey said...

Margot, that's one of the wonderful things about RMFW -- members represent all genres, and some have traditional publishers while others self-publish (after a good editing, of course).

Yay, Alex. That's what we like to hear.

julie said...

Thanks Pat. We've been eager to see several of these appear on the newly-published page. RMFW members ROCK. Congrats to all.
Julie Golden

Kathryn Elliott said...

Looks good. Very eclectic bunch!

Patricia Stoltey said...

Hi Julie, I have a feeling we'd have a longer list each month if we didn't have so many shy RMFW members. This is a great promotion opportunity, so members need to keep me posted.

Kathryn, this organization and the whole Colorado writing community are responsible for getting me to branch out and read genres outside my mystery/suspense/thriller habit. So many books, so little time.

Karen Duvall said...

wow, what a great line up of new releases! Congrats to Sue, Mary, Betsy and Carol! :)

Patricia Stoltey said...

Karen, there's only one way to tell it. RMFW members rock!!