Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Guest author Flossie Benton Rogers

For a fairy witch with an Irish heritage, Kelly, the heroine in Wytchfae Runes, is fairly down to earth. She loves sprawling in the sun on the beach and doesn’t mind tromping through the Florida swamp at night, as long as a big, strong, well-armed Viking is beside her. Kelly also adores pretty baubles and owns two particular pieces of jewelry that mean more to her than – chocklot puffs.

She secretly wears a Kerry diamond, which is a term for a type of Irish emerald. It is a family heirloom set in a fine gold neck chain and passed down to Kelly by her mother. Although the green stone in this picture does not depict a Kerry diamond, it is a favorite of mine and provided inspiration for Kelly’s special gemstone. It reminds her to never forget her Wytchfae lineage.

Epona, Kelly’s patron goddess, presented her with a second important necklace, this one of rose quartz. A large rose quartz in the center identifies it as Epona’s signature gemstone, and smaller rose quartz carvings adorn the whole length of the chain. The necklace is a type of magical charm connecting Epona and Kelly. We may (hint) catch another glimpse of it in Mind Your Goddess (Wytchfae 3).

In helping spirits pass over to the next world and other arcane doings, Kelly uses various assisting tools. She keeps them in a magical bag the Swamp Wytch gave her. Her two necklaces, however, are special. They rarely leave her throat. The green one is a gift from her earthly mother, the pink from her mother goddess. As demons grow stronger and earth light dims, Kelly will need all the extra power and protection that she can muster.

Wytchfae Runes – available in eBook and paperback.

Blurb: Combine one faery witch and one sexy Viking ghost and what do you get? Supernova attraction. Can they evade their enemies long enough to fan the flame?

Opening Line: In a star’s blink, a claw like hand gripped Ingvar’s throat and crushed him against the wall.

One Line Teaser: Kelly had seen Ingvar transform from insubstantial apparition to hot red blooded male.

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  1. I've got to read you! I love stories of Irish heritage and magical, fantastical, places and tales! Excellent interview, Flossie!

  2. That's so interesting! I was just wondering the other day what shade a kelly green was, and why it was even called that. Now I know. :-)

  3. Great post, I do love pretty, sparkly crystals!

  4. Sound fascinating and the cover...HELLO!


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