Fantasy, Urban Fantasy and Horror novels, but with a drawl! Why should Chicago, L.A., and New York get all the fantasy novels? Everyone knows if you want that real magic, you're gonna have to travel south to where the cotton grows. Whether it be demons in the woods of Appalachia, meth-head magic in the backwoods of Alabama, or shifters in the hollows of North Georgia, this page is here to keep you updated on authors who've lived in the South, writing about the lands they love best. Now pull up a rocking chair, get you a big glass of sweet tea, and let me show you where the real magic lies. Just click the book image to be taken to where to purchase it, or spend some time listening to our podcast!
Sarah MacAlpin has always felt like an outsider. Raised by her Scottish grandmother deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Sarah grew up with one foot in the old world and one foot in the new world. Her childhood friends were the stuff of ancient Celtic legends. But Sarah’s seemingly idyllic past hides a horrifying secret.
There are no such things as monsters. At least, that's what Lucy had believed until she saw one eating a man's face. There is a reason the truth has been buried, however, and Lucy and her friends Eva, Jim and Gunter find themselves doing their own bloody part to keep it that way.
She is plucked from the hospital and given a job - one she hasn't been trained for. She’s shuttled from one crime scene to the next, helping with anything from hostage negotiations to terrorism.
Then she meets someone dangerous. He asks the questions that she is too afraid to. He’s cutting through the numbness that has enveloped her since that day her life changed.
Katie Bishop keeps her head low and goes about her business like any other mundane citizen of Savannah. But the dragon tattoo on her back since birth isn’t ink at all—it’s her reality. The Katie Bishop series is full of action, but it’s also about finding your tribe.
When my boy Henry was killed, I tracked a pooka through the deep wood for three days with no food in my gut and only my daddy's hunting knife for comfort. Was what got me into the monster killing business, that pooka, and I ain't regretted a single day of it since.
For Austin homicide detective Leira Berens, happy is running down bad guys and solving crimes. And she’s damn good at it. Which is why when the Light Elf prince is murdered, the king breaks a centuries old treaty and crosses between worlds to seek her help.
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