Wednesday, August 14, 2013

KateMarie Collins Blog Tour

And let us begin with Teaser #8...

“We are in an inn, Lord Senyan, in a town by the name of Serenity. It is a mining community, on the shores of Lake Brahl. I...” Senyan raised a hand, cutting him off.

Nodding with understanding, Senyan let the curtain drop in front of the window again. “There is a ruin outside of town, about five miles or so. It was a temple at one time. Do you know where I speak of?” He didn’t look at the priest but rather began to rummage through a chest for what equipment may be there.

“Yes, Lord Senyan. I know it well.” The priest answered quickly.

Blurb for ‘Son of Corse: Book 2 of The Raven Chronicles”
By KateMarie Collins

It’s been almost two years since Arwenna banished the Demon Corse from her world. Life has been good. Idyllic, almost.

The illusion is shattered in a heartbeat during her sister’s wedding. Not only are once-dead enemies back, but they’ve stolen Arwenna’s only child, Sera.

The price Arwenna will have to pay to save her daughter is high. Can she muster the strength to make a pact that jeopardizes not just her own soul, but that of an entire world?

Solstice – KateMarie Collins
Solstice – Mark of the Successor
Amazon – Daughter of Hauk (Kindle eBook)
Amazon – Mark of the Successor (Kindle eBook)
Amazon – Kick the Can (Kindle eBook)
Amazon – Daughter of Hauk (Paperback)
Audio Book – Daughter of Hauk (Audio Book)

About KateMarie Collins

Born in the late 60's, KateMarie has lived most of her life in the Pacific NW. While she's always been creative, she didn't turn towards writing until 2008. She found a love for the craft. With the encouragement of her husband and two daughters, she started submitting her work to publishers. When she's not taking care of her family, KateMarie enjoys attending events for the Society for Creative Anachronism. The SCA has allowed her to combine both a creative nature and love of history. She currently resides with her family and three cats in what she likes to refer to as "Seattle Suburbia".

Twitter: @DaughterHauk


  1. That story is dark. Naturally she'd want to save her child.

  2. Sounds like a good story. Best of luck, KateMarie! :)

  3. It does sound like a good series, I will check it out too. Thanks Jeff.

  4. Nice cover. Story sounds like a high stakes thrill ride. :-)

  5. Wow. What a great sounding series. Best wishes for success, KateMarie.

    Jeff...been thinking of you today. I read your Aug. 4th post, but wanted to comment here. Didn't know if you'd see it there.

    I never got the chance to give my mom her Valentine's card this year. I had it weeks ahead of time and by the time the day came, I couldn't find it.

    I'll be giving it to her this next year. And each year thereafter, I'll display it on the table, like I do all the cards.

    The days are getting a little lighter. Each cry eases a tiny bit more of the pain. I hope you're doing well.

    M.L. Swift, Writer

    1. Thanks, man. I left Myra's card at her grave site. And I still plan on getting her cards for all the special occasions just like I always have. Distance doesn't diminish love.

      I'm sure your mother sees and knows. She's no doubt smiling at seeing the best parts of herself reflected in her son. Besides, you know moms; they see everything. ;-)

      Grief is a tough road to traverse with its endless pits and turns and snares. And the road runs uphill the whole way. The scenery changes along the way, but I don't think the road really ends.

  6. Best of luck to KateMarie. Good to see Son of Corse is out. I'm sure it will do great.