October 29th brings you a new project I’ve been working on alongside some pretty great authors. This has been such a fun project and I love working with each of these ladies: Heather Karn, Melanie Gilbert, SF Benson, and Kayla Lavallee to bring you The Diner 2.
The Diner is a shared world project. That means this set contains 5 full length novels that in some way all connect to the same supernatural diner. You’ll even see a few crossover characters you might recognize within the stories.
I know, I know. The first question you’re going to ask: If this is paranormal, is it going to be part of the Westin World?
The answer is YES!
Now in The Diner we have an already established world where all sorts of supernatural creatures reside that mostly have been debunked in MY world. Of course this poses a problem trying to blend two distinctive worlds into one story. So how is this possible, Julie?
I’m so glad you asked. My solution to all of this… an Alice in Wonderland retelling! And it is fabulous!
My story in The Diner is titled Ravenden. Ravenden is a new town in my Westin World inhabited by raven shifter witches. Yup, all raven shifters have extra powers just like Kelsey, Sage, Jax, and others you’ve seen in recent books. Well, that is, all raven shifters except our MC, Gia.
I really think you’re going to love Gia and David’s story and I hope you enjoy a little extra supernatural this Halloween in the form of vampires, witches, gargoyles, giants, pixies, and other magical creatures of The Diner.
Here’s a quick sneak peek from the book with some familiar favorites!
The Diner: Ravenden releasing 10/29 mybook.to/Diner2
We aren’t going to hurt you. We’re just like you, the voice said.
I looked at each of them and knew it had to be the boy. He was the one that had eyed me creepily when I was taking their orders. Was he reading my mind then too?
Yes. I can’t believe you were trying to give me food poisoning.
I watched him roll his eyes.
“Get out of my head!”
“Jax, that’s enough.”
“It’s not like I can help it,” he mumbled under his breathe.
“Gia, this is important. All we want to do is talk to you. Or if there’s a leader of your kind, perhaps we could talk to him,” Kelsey said.
“Or her,” Elise pointed out.
“How do you know about me?”
The younger girl, Sage I think they had called her, looked down at the boy.
I sighed. “Because you were reading my thoughts? That’s not cool, you know.”
He frowned. “You try being stuck with a hundred voices in your head at once and see how you like it. It’s not like I want to listen.”
Kim walked out back with a bag of trash in her hand. “Oh, I didn’t expect to find anyone back here.” She looked back and forth between me and the newcomers. “Is everything okay, Gia?”
“Yeah. They just want to talk.”
“She’s a raven, too,” Jax informed Kelsey.
Kim’s eyes widened. “You know about us?”
“He’s a witch. I’m not sure about the others yet.”
“I’m not a witch,” Elise said. “Neither is Patrick. I guess we aren’t cool enough.” She shrugged like it was no big deal.
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