“If Raymond Chandler wrote werewolves–and why hasn’t he?”
“If you like The Dresden Files, you’ll love Johnny Lycan”
“Turmel’s move from Historical Fiction to Urban Fantasy is a howling success“
Today is the day that the world finally gets to meet Johnny Lupul, a young wannabe detective with a monstrous secret. Huge thanks to the team at
Black Rose Writing for seeing what I saw in him.
To all my loyal readers, how can you help?
Buy the book at Amazon or through Black Rose Writing
Leave a review on or wherever you find good books. Amazon, Goodreads
Tell your book buying friends, and if you know any bloggers or reviewers, let me know.
Take a selfie with your copy of Johnny Lycan, and let me know where in the world you are. You can win a genuine “Don’t let Shaggy run the show…” coffee mug. Just like Bryan from Las Vegas:
I hope you all enjoy this tale, it’s the first of a few. Don’t let the weasels get you down, and don’t let Shaggy run the show.
I’m having a bit of fun with the launch of
Johnny Lycan & the Anubis Disk. Launch date is November 19, and here’s the kicker: Everyone who lets me know they purchased on that date will enter a drawing for one of 3 Johnny Lycan coffee mugs. Specifically this one:
Yeah, I know there’s an apostrophe missing, but the important thing is not to let Shaggy run the show. If you don’t know what that means, you’ll have to read the damn book. Trust me, they’re words to live by.
How will you let me know? Maybe post a picture of you with the book (or your e-book reader) from wherever you are in the world to social media and tag me. Or email me a receipt from
Amazon, or Barnes and Noble, Chapters or Black Rose Writing.
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Turmel’s leap from historical fiction to fantasy is a howling success! Jean Roberts, Books Delight Reader’s Favorite Award
My new novel, Acre’s Bastard will be out in January of 2017 and available in all formats and online stores
Join me February 11th, 2017 to launch
Acre’s Bastard! I’ll be speaking at the Museums at Lisle Station, in Lisle, IL at 1 PM, on “Putting the Story in History,” Then I’ll be signing the first hot-off-the-presses copies of my new historical fiction novel.
If you can join us, click CONTACT on the right side of the screen and drop us a line.
Here’s the poster and the details: