There’s nothing like the first review of a new year, especially when it’s a good one. Which is why I was pleasantly surprised by Angie Lisle’s recent review of Mountain Magic: Spellbinding Tales of Appalachia, an anthology I happen to have contributed to. 

The review is short, but pretty dang sweet. Here’s a snippet:

Magical, in a bloody, grisly sort of way, with a wee dram of Appalachian history thrown into the mix – this is a collection that reads like an evolved version of an old mountain ballad or the fairy tales before Disney got a’hold of the them...

My contribution, “Glory Hand” features the cantankerous old ghost-breaker John Bass and sees an old acquaintance of his attempt to force him to lead the way to an ancient treasure with unpleasant results.

You can purchase a print copy of Mountain Magic direct from Woodland Press, or from Amazon. It’s also available for the Kindle.

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