The Harry Potter series may be named after the Boy Who Lived, but if you want to know the story, keep your eyes fixed on Severus Snape. This hook-nosed, greasy-haired, grumpy character is one of J.K. Rowling’s enduring gifts to English literature. He’s the archetypal ill-tempered teacher: acerbic, yet horribly, deliciously funny. When he’s in a scene, you can’t take your eyes off him. Snape is always the story. – From the Introduction In this...Read More
So of course… they ran amok. But that won’t stop us from making sure you get the latest addition to the Robin D. Owens Celta Series!
So. These two gods. Debris and Detritus. They got us, and they got us good. [Although they are carefully avoiding our eyes and pretending to be have been elsewhere.] How did one story–one single story–lose its italics somewhere between the last proofread and publication? The gods only know. Readers have been salivating–waiting to finally read how a building becomes sentient in the Robin D. Owens Celta Series that Robin...Read More