I’ve been a busy bee this week dealing with piles of SNOW, rare in Oregon and unheard of in April! The power came back on just in time to share Sally Cronin’s generous post. I’m over at her place today with an excerpt from The Ferryman and the Sea Witch. If you have a few minutes, head on over to say hi. And don’t forget to check out Sally’s site. ❤
In this series you are invited to share an extract of 500 words from your most recent book published within the last 12 months. Details at the end of the post.
The aim of the series
- To showcase your latest book and sell some more copies.
- Gain more reviews for the book.
- Promote a selection of your other books that are available.
Today I am delighted to share an extract from from the fantasy adventure which I can highly recommend by D.Wallace Peach– The Ferryman and the Sea Witch
About the book
The merrow rule the sea. Slender creatures, fair of face, with silver scales and the graceful tails of angelfish. Caught in a Brid Clarion net, the daughter of the sea witch perishes in the sunlit air. Her fingers dangle above the swells.
The queen of the sea bares her sharp teeth and, in a fury of wind…
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