Dancing with Raven: Excerpt and Giveaway!

 

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Dancing with Raven by S.G. Rogers

Tori Moss is no stranger to heartbreak. Raised by a foster mother since the deaths of her parents in a horrific accident, she’s poured herself into ballet. A disappointing audition sends her into an emotional tailspin, but it’s the strangely intriguing new guy in school who catches her as she falls. Although Tori and Raven seem to be nothing alike, they share an uncommon ability to see the sudden flood of demons pouring into Los Angeles. When she discovers a plot to bring about the Apocalypse, Tori must decide whom to trust. One wrong step may cost her everything.

 

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Excerpt:

Hissing and spitting, the demon loped across the grass with its claws extended. Pen in hand, Raven waited until the imp sprang toward him. At the apex of the creature’s jump, Raven rammed the silver shaft into its eye, shattering the demon into ash.

“Hell is empty and all the devils are here,” he muttered.

As he returned the pen to his pocket, a gasp made him turn. To his dismay, Tori stood there — her expression one of shock and disbelief.

Blazes.

He feigned nonchalance. “Er, hello. I thought you’d gone home.”

“You just killed a demon.”

Nervous perspiration formed in Raven’s armpits. How much should I tell her? “Technically, I sent it back to Hell. But for all intents and purposes, yes.”

“That pen — it’s silver, isn’t it?”

“Yes. It was a gift from my father.”

“And what you said just now — ”

“From The Tempest.”

“Why did you say it?”

“No reason.” The inscription was common on Shakespearean weapons, but Raven didn’t want to open that particular can of worms. “It seemed appropriate at the time.”

“Before that, you said…Macbeth.”

“Shh!” The can of worms is officially open now. Raven glanced around to make sure no other demons had been called. “Nobody who can see demons should utter the ‘M’ word unless they want to provoke an attack. I mean, it’s bad enough when regular people say it. You should substitute ‘The Scottish Play’ instead.”

 

 

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Author S.G. Rogers:

Currently residing in beautiful Savannah, Georgia, S.G. Rogers writes historical romance, fantasy, and romantic fantasy stories. She’s owned by two hairless cats, Houdini and Nikita, and lives on an island populated by exotic birds, deer and the occasional gator. Tab is her beverage of choice, but when she imbibes, a cranberry vodka martini doesn’t go amiss.

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About Julie Antonovich Reece

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2 responses to “Dancing with Raven: Excerpt and Giveaway!

  • domain

    Heya! I know this is sort of off-topic however I needed to ask.
    Does managing a well-established website such as yours require a lot of work?
    I am brand new to writing a blog however
    I do write in my journal every day. I’d like to start a blog
    so I will be able to share my personal experience and feelings online.

    Please let me know if you have any kind of recommendations
    or tips for brand new aspiring blog owners. Thankyou!

    • Julie Antonovich Reece

      Hi!

      You know, that’s a tough question. A blog is so different and personal to each individual writer. Truthfully, I think they can take as much or as little investment time as you care to put into one. 🙂 Uh, that’s probably not much help, but it’s true. I’m excited for you to start blogging and say go for it! Just share from the heart and write about what interests you. You’ll learn what works best for you as you go. Just have fun and don’t put pressure on yourself. Get a Twitter account, Face Book page and Instagram going and link to your blog for more exposure. Some friends of mine write on their blogs everyday, twice a week or twice a month. It’s all up to you! And be patient, it takes time to gain a following. Good luck. 🙂 XOXOXO

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