It's full blown lock down for me at Raven's Hollow, and I am sure it's the same for many of you. I'd just like to say quickly, before I get into anything else, that my heart and my thoughts go out to everyone suffering from this pandemic; to those we've lost, to those who have... Continue Reading →
Words cannot express how it felt to read such a high praise review. Thank you so much Aniket.
Sarah WaterRaven has created a wonderful world of magic with incredible characters and a riveting plot. I loved Detective Docherty & the Vampire’s Mirror. I rate it 5 out 5 and recommend it to everyone looking for a good read, especially to the fans of urban fantasies and paranormal mysteries. Read the full spoiler-free review.
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Thank you so much for the detailed and thoughtful review ❤
One of the most entertaining books I’ve read in a long time, I recommend it to everyone. This is the first book of the series and I can’t wait to read the next books. And will you look at that beautiful cover! The author drew that herself.
Title: Detective Docherty and the Demon’s Tears
Author: Sarah WaterRaven.
Series: Book 1 of Detective Docherty series
Publisher: Raven’s Hollow Art and Publishing
Publication Date: 20 August 2012
Introduction and Plot
Imagine waking up one day to find fairies in your backyard and giants on the street. Remember the creatures from fairy tales and folklore you read about when you were a kid but then you grew up and stopped believing in them? Yeah, turns out they were real–and you can see them. You see elves, centaurs, gremlins, goblins…
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I Fell in Love with a Necromancer is published and ready to rock, however, it's low on reviews AND SO I've created a book ARC! Yes, I'm crazy and should have done this before publication, but the good news is, the website doesn't care 🙂 Without further ado, I give you a sample of the... Continue Reading →
Introducing: The New Face of Docherty 🙂 Cover art by Evelyne Paniez I spent a good month debating on whether to re-brand all of my covers and, really, the entire mental representation I had of my world. Needless to say, it was an extremely hard decision. In fact, I made a facebook post with the... Continue Reading →