The Persephane Pendrake Chronicles Book Tour & Giveaway

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The
Cimurata
Persephane
Pendrake Chronicles Book 1
by
Lady Ellen
Genre:
YA Urban Fantasy

 

A
young 13-year-old witch and wizard. A quest for 9 Magical Objects –
Winner Takes All. An evil sorceress, determined to beat them and rule
the planet. 

 

 

Enter
a magical world of mystery and wonder, where fantasy reigns supreme
and casual chatter sparkles green. Meet Persephane (or Persy as she
prefers), Thaddeus, Benson and P-C as they embark on their enchanted
adventures to thwart the evil, black witch Melanthios…

 

 

Push
the outer boundaries of your imagination into a world where Persy (a
very talented almost 13 year old witch, magic her ‘modus operandi’)
and her close friend Thaddeus (a 13 year old wizard) with their
familiars –Benson (a very cheeky dragonfly) and P-C (a far from
brave dragon) pit magic, bravery, skill and allegiances from a swarm
of magical creatures against the tall, dark and malevolent
Melanthios. “Best new fantasy series books” one reader
claims….

 

 

Follow
them as they wind through periods in time, to discover ancient magic
from cultures all throughout the history of the world in this best
fantasy book in a long time.

 

 

Success
for Melanthios means that the entirety of this planet will fall under
her control. Our world will become dark, bleak, cold and lorded over
by her demons – forever.

 

 

Pull
up a chair, sit back, and join them in their quest as Persy and her
friends race against fate and time, to stop Melanthios from her evil
plot to collect nine mystical objects of power scattered throughout
the world to become the –All Powerful One.–

 

 

Persy,
Thaddeus, Benson and P-C are assisted by a highly adept, scrying
gypsy named Vadoma, a vampire with a rather warped sense of humor –
Count Pseudomorphius the Sanguine who is known as Murph…for obvious
reasons.

 

 

Not
to be forgotten is the twelve member Magical Governing Council, which
Persy’s grandmother Laurel is one of the lead members. Each member
specializes in a particular area of magic and all have a gift to give
our heroes to further enhance their chances against Melanthios.

 

 

But
is it enough? Melanthios is evil and heartless….and VERY
powerful…

 

 

 

As
if she isn’t enough to worry about…also on the dark side is a
slippery, loathsome Chinese Sorcerer…aiming to usurp Melanthios and
beat her at her own game..and along the way…dispose of Persy and
her crew!

 

 

Will
this ever end? What chance does our team stand? You’ll see…

 

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The
Cauldron of Ceridwen
Persephane
Pendrake Chronicles Book 2
 
Krak
Ling’s Ring calls to Persy and she, Thad, Benson and P-C rush into
an unauthorized trip to retrieve it, narrowly missing being killed by
guards, when P-C unleashes a power no one knew he possessed or could
use, even him.
As
expected, Krak Ling hunts them down to take his ring back, but in the
negotiations, he reveals the next Magic Object which Melanthios is
about to attempt to capture…The Cauldron of Ceridwen. Why this
cauldron? The best person to explain that is Lady Druanna, the
resident authority on all things Celtic Magic.
They
make their way to Killarney, an area in Ireland, where Lady Druanna’s
manor is located and there she tells them the tale of The Cauldron.
It’s not the vessel which is so important to all Magicals but the
first three drops of the Brew it creates. But their visit to Lady
Dru’s is violently interrupted, resulting in severe injury to the
Lady and the kidnapping of Thaddeus by the malevolent
Melanthios.

Persy
is beside herself with grief and worry, both for the survival of Lady
Druanna and the whereabouts and safety of Thad.

And
so her journey begins. Of course, things get worse…much worse
before even the haze of a solution appears:


Persy has lost he comrade in arms and so much face this quest
alone.


She ultimately finds out that Thad has been tossed into a multiverse.
Where? When? Can she ever get him back?


There is another Dark organization, supporting Melanthios in her evil
quest.


Someone at school has found out who and what she is and is trying to
expose her. Good-bye privacy and Hello World Lab Rat!


There is someone who Persy always believed to be a mundane…normal
human who is about to ‘come out’ as a Magical. Who knew?


Romance sparks from unexpected corners

Who
will possess Magical Object 2 at the end of this tantalizing
escapade? The only way to find out is to read: The Persephane
Pendrake Chronicles – Two- The Cauldron of Ceridwen.

 
 

Lapis
Draconis
Persephane
Pendrake Chronicles Book 3
 
A
powerful magical stone embedded in the tooth of a Fire Dragon. Being
tossed into a Multiverse. All before starting college at The
Illuminary Incantorium.

Persephane,
Thaddeus, Rix, Sniv and Darson are on the trail of the third Magical
Object – The Lapis Draconis. The malicious Melanthios is calling up
Demon help to capture the stone before they do. And death. Death
comes too soon to one of them. Who?

The
fast-paced, no-holds-barred quest continues in Book 3 – Lapis
Draconis. Get Your Copy Now!

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Weaving
and scribing of the eight remaining tomes continues in Lady Ellen’s
remote witch’s hut…on her tiny piece of Ontario’s Cambrian Shield”
…and indeed that’s where the series began.
After
more than 3 decades as an alternative health care practitioner, I
finally managed to start devoting some serious time to my secret
love–fantasy fiction.
I’ve
always loved fantasy, magic and mythical kingdoms.  We
home-schooled our kids and lived on a 100 acre farm..which had about
twenty-five acres in forest.

We’d
make up stories and adventures..lots of fairies, witches, wizards,
etc. 

Now,
all these years later, I’ve started on my nine-book, three trilogy
magical series…The Persephane Pendrake Chronicles and have released
Books 1, 2 and 3… The Cimaruta, The Cauldron of Ceridwen and Lapis
Draconis.

 
The Persephane Pendrake Chronicles:
Book One – The Cimaruta
Dark Attack:
A crack of light, surrounded by black, billowing smoke filled the area in front of Persephane’s
window. Angelica jumped up, shoved Persy behind her, while folding Persy’s hand closed over
her Cimaruta.
In seconds, a female shape, all in black, formed.
“Melanthios!” yelled Angelica. “How dare you…” She scowled and started to raise her wand –
Snap! Blue light filled the room, Angelica fell on her side to the floor. Persy’s face crunched
with fury, she leapt over her Mom, holding the Cimaruta straight-armed at Melanthios.
Melanthios swung her wand to point at Persy and smirked. “Why, niece, how lovely to finally
meet you. I’ve been scouring the earth for that amulet. Should have figured my miscreant sister
had it.”
“Disarm,” screamed Persy, having drawn out her wand.
Melanthios easily swooped out of the way of the casting, coming back with, “Fixatious.”
Persy was not about to get frozen in place, so Melanthios could grab her Cimaruta. Not
happening. Not today.
Persy dropped to the floor, rolled away from Melanthios, but the casting caught her lower left
leg, which now dragged on the ground.
Melanthios’s mouth twitched up on the right as she moved in for the snatch.
She didn’t see the green and turquoise, foot long vortex form behind her head. As it rose, the
whirring became loud and louder. “Stopiare!” The maiming curse. Melanthios dropped like a
stone to the floor, her body faded to a ghostly hue and vanished.
Benson appeared out of the vortex, fluttered like leaf onto Persy’s lap.
“Benson,” she cried. “Benson. Are you ok?”
Slowly his large composite eyes refocused. “Oy. That took it out of me, Perse. But, yeah,
yeah. I think I’m good.”
Persy gently laid him on a cushion and went to her Mom, who was struggling to sit. “Mom?”
“Hey, my darling. I’m good. De-fogging,” Angelica gave a small smile.
Persephane reached for her Mom to give her hand a supportive squeeze, then the air
around her shimmered. “What…?”
It was as if she was watching the whole scene again. The flash of blue, Melanthios, her Mom
falling and Benson, but this time, Melanthios turned in time and cast the Death curse.
“Terminata!”
Benson’s vortex vanished. A candle snuffed out. He fell to the floor, motionless. Persy
screamed. She was back in her room, her time and Benson was fine on the pillow.
“What, Persy?” asked Angelica.
“I saw…I saw…I, I.”
Benson flew over, landing on her hand. “What, love?”
Persy’s eyes flicked down at Benson. “You were dead. She killed you.”

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About Angie

I'm a wife and a a mom of 4: 3 boys and a girl. I also have 3 fur babies, cats named Soleil, Luna, and a Savannah cat name Malkia. I work part-time outside my home as a COTA/L at a local hospital. I cover Johnstown, Altoona, and Pittsburgh areas. I love to do reviews and host giveaways for my readers. Contact me: angwith4 at gmail dot com if you would like a review.

Comments

  1. James Robert says:

    I really enjoy these tours and all the terrific books I have been able to pick up along with my kids and sisters who love to read. Thanks for sharing with us, always great to find books my family enjoy reading. And thank you for the giveaway as well.

  2. Abigail Gibson says:

    The book cover looks spooky and very unique.

  3. Julie Bickham says:

    It’s a very interesting cover. I look forward to reading this.

  4. Cynthia C says:

    I like the cover art on the books. Thank you for the giveaway.

  5. Christina Gould says:

    I like the name Persephane. I rarely see it in books, which makes it very unique. Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    The cover looks nice and creepy.

  7. Jayne Townsley says:

    And another Silver Dagger giveaway that switched up the mandatory after it started. I’m not a fan of that.

    These covers aren’t my favorites. Although the colors on the first book are good, the disembodied head in the corner throws me off.

  8. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    The cover is very intriguing.

  9. Barbara Montag says:

    Eye catching cover – makes me want to read this book.
    thank you

  10. Barbara Montag says:

    I would so enjoy reading this book – great cover.

  11. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I am going to enjoy reading this book!

  12. Barbara Montag says:

    This is a so I want to read book – love the cover.
    thank you

  13. Amanda L. says:

    I love the book cover, it’s very eye catching and makes me more interested in reading what it’s all about!

  14. Barbara Montag says:

    Dramatic cover – got me interested right away.

  15. Anne Higgins says:

    I like dinosaurs and these movies they are in so I am certain this book will not disappoint (and what is lurking in the woods!). I also like the picture – the red cape makes it pop and attracts to the title – good job. Thanks for sharing your writing talents – we readers appreciate your efforts!

  16. Stephanie Liske says:

    I really like the cover.

  17. Kyl Neusch says:

    it is very neat

  18. susan smoaks says:

    i think this book sounds awesome and i can’t wait to read it

  19. I love the cover, it gives the look of a mysterious book.

  20. BIRDIE SKOLFIELD says:

    Purple is my fave color so ofcourse I love and am drawn to the cover Why sis you choose the color over say red or green ??

  21. Brenda Elsner says:

    I love the cover. Sounds like a very interesting book.

  22. Amanda Rauch says:

    I enjoy the book cover very much-nice artwork. I love getting to hear about books on your giveaways that I probably would not come across otherwise. Thank you.

  23. Susan Smith says:

    I love the cover, so spooky and colorful.

  24. Marianna says:

    I’m a little confused by the cover

  25. Robin Abrams says:

    I love the cover it is really great

  26. Stephanie Larison says:

    I really like the cover, think it looks great.

  27. The cover draws me in. This looks like a good series!

  28. Lizzy Z says:

    love the cover!

  29. I love the color on cover!

  30. Francine Anchondo says:

    The cover looks great

  31. Amy Greenwood says:

    I think the cover is great, the book looks interesting.

  32. The cover looks almost as if it just needs to be refocused. I am certain that was deliberate, but it seems to miss its mark somewhat.

  33. Trisha McKee says:

    I find the cover a bit intense. She looks like she needs answers or help. I want to know what she needs and if she can find that help.

  34. It looks interesting! I was wondering what type of music you listen to when you write.

  35. Katie Bellamy says:

    The book cover looks really cool!