–Calypso Grier, Writer/Editor for Wrought Iron Reads
Let me just take a moment to throw my hands in the air and do my happy dance. You can’t see it, but I assure you I’ve got the moves. I am so very ecstatic that Antebellum Soul: Here & Now is finally here, now!! It felt like it took forever to get to this point.
To recap how the magic happened, we sat down in September and started throwing around ideas for this book. No one but Reatha Beauregard could do it, and we were so certain we’d have it out by the end of September. It didn’t happen by the end of September, though. Reatha was determined to put out a high-quality read, and it couldn’t be rushed.
By October we were into the edits, and with a few minor tweaks, we were ready to put out the title. However, I looked at the flood of titles slated to come out the same day and you know what? I made a difficult decision to push the release back by a few days.
Now, we present to you the long anticipated Reatha Beauregard paranormal book, Antebellum Soul: Here & Now!
Who will this book appeal to? Well, it’s heavy on the Southern love ❤ , so if you love all things Southern, it’s for you. Into voodoo, vampires and werewolves? It’s for you. If you love a good mystery, then you’ll love discovering who the woman pretending to be Myranda Avant rely is. If you’re into sexy, buff tattoo artists, look no further than this book. Want to see justice served? Get this book.
It pretty much has a little of everything that makes for high velocity, energy-packed storytelling—mystery, murder, sex and magic!
I know you’ve been waiting to get your hands on it, and thanks to our new partnership with Smashwords, we can offer you a great sample of the book before you even buy! Go Here to get your sample now. You can also find us on Amazon and within the next week or two you can look for us at just about any online bookseller retailer, whichever one is your favorite.
We want to make this intriguing tale available to you by any means necessary!
And, if you think you won’t be interested in something “antebellum,” all I can say is don’t quite judge this book by it’s cover. There’s so much to love about Reatha Beauregard’s debut full length novel, that a cover can’t do it any justice. You don’t have to take my word for it, though. Go get your copy now!
Ta-ta now, y’all!