Monday, September 21, 2009

Skhye Moncrief & The Occult



Who would have thought something about Freemasons, Druids, alchemy, time travel, dragons, werewolves, vampires, ghosts, seers, shamans, magic, and more could be woven into one series destined to ensure history remains as it has unraveled? That said, it's absolutely imperative that everyone understands how each of us may be a Time Guardian. You just don't know you're one yet. After all, how else can you explain that all-consuming attraction that draws you across the room to a person--that sudden ache of nothing more than what most define as lust? If you haven't read about this type of soul mate, you'll probably realize that little "something" metaphysical ushering you into the arms of a stranger is more than the urge of the civilized individual's self control. Don't run from it. Don't fear the taboo. Submit to The Call...

A war wages among the Gods. Two Celtic orders in the future intermarry to safeguard the timeline. Paradox is but a stolen heart away. Open the door to a new reality where legend becomes history and destined love defeats timeless evil.

Whether you're looking for a tale that traverses the tightrope of time where King Arthur was a time-traveling shape-shifting dragon or your hero preference is a shape-shifting Native-American shaman, you'll definitely find something to read with Skhye's TIME GUARDIANS series housed snugly in WRP's Black Rose line. And don't forget the were-assassin heroine of Skhye's novella THE SPELL OF THE KILLING MOON when you're looking for a shorter read.

Formally educated in geology and anthropology (bioarchaeology), an education that lends itself to worldbuilding, Skhye Moncrief pushes the envelope writing cross-genre paranormal romance--both light and dark.



"Arthur is a masterpiece..." HE OF THE FIERY SWORD's King Arthur ~Diane Mason; The Romance Studio



"FORBIDDEN ETERNITY ... spine-tingling suspense. The story is dynamite; it explodes off the pages and leaves you breathless for more." ~Tulip, LASR


{An anthology containing:
FORBIDDEN ETERNITY & THE SPELL OF THE KILLING MOON}

“THE SPELL OF THE KILLING MOON offers the best of spine-tingling suspense. The setting is perfect... Moncrief’s ability to wield magic and emotion are without compare. Her words twist together emotions and visuals until you experience this tale as if the trap were set for you. Some lines blend a kind of poetic magic: “Moonlight wove a special kind of magic, a spell so vacillating that a person never knew if reality were anything other than a dream.” Darkness and premonitions and deadly intent fill these pages... a unique blend of mystic Medieval Gothic and romance…and a true blood-curdling thriller. 5 books" ~Snapdragon, LASR

Hop on over to search for new reference material at SKHYE'S RAMBLINGS. ~Skhye

Purchase any of Skhye's tales.

7 comments:

  1. Freemasons? My dh just joined the masons, and let me tell you, they're a secretive lot, LOL. And of course, you had me at dragons, werewolves, and vampires. I love cross-genre work. Great to see you over here, Skhye!

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  2. Hi, Helen! Yes they are! Find out juicy secrets and tell us. :) There have been gobs of documentaries on TV lately about Templars and Freemasons. My Time Guardians are Freemasons from the future descended from the Templars (the myth route I appropriated). Now, is your husband trying to turn you into a Daughter of the Morning Star?

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  3. Helen let us know if they discover any ancient relics? I had no idea they still had Masons.
    but the Freemsons are diffieent aren't they.

    Well if you discover he has any special powers, let us know.

    Skhye you write like there is no tomorrow and each one gets better and better. Congratulations on all your sucess, already, and the massive sucess yet to come!
    Yeah Skhye!!

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  4. Aw thanks, Mary. Yep, the Masons are still lurking. Check out the History Channel. They've ran shows the past 4-5 days.

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  5. Skhye... I really want to whine that I want a Guardian who matches the one on the cover... but I won't...or at least not much.

    I love how you take different ideas and weave them together in a tapestry of words that wrap the reader up in a warm, fuzzy magical blanket!!!

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  6. Skhye,
    You're stories are such an interesting mix. They never fail to grab me.

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  7. Lill, well, you can imagine how much I whined when I saw "him" and knew I'd need the large jpg for good measure! Lotsa cash. LOL. Thanks

    Thanks, Linda!

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