What a treat to be featured on Sally’s Café and Bookstore today, alongside Vashti Quiroz-Vega and Shehanne Moore. Hope you guys will take a moment to check out the post. (I’m super proud of Alex Craigie’s fantastic review of Swamp Ghosts, too. Makes me want to read it, myself! Haha.) My heartfelt thanks to Sally for all she does to support writers, and I encourage you guys to share her post with the Immediate World. 😀 Thanks!
Welcome to Friday’s edition of the Cafe and Bookstore update. The first author with a new review is Vashti Quiroz-Vega for The Fall of Lillith.
So says Lilith, the most exquisite of the angels. The two most important pledges an angel makes to God are those of obedience and celibacy, and dire consequences await any who break their oaths.
At first, the angels are happy in their celestial home, learning and exploring together. As they grow older, though, Lilith begins to question these pledges, which now seem arbitrary and stifling. Her challenge of the status quo leads to disagreement, jealousy, and strife among her peers. As the arguing and acrimony grow, lines are drawn and sides are chosen. Is war inevitable?
Filled with robust characters, incredible landscapes, and exciting action, The Fall of Lilith is an epic tale of seduction, betrayal, and revenge.
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