After this incident, Lily was banned from wearing any form of Japanese schoolgirl outfit to costume parties in the Demon Realm.
(I saw this costume, and it had to be done.)
No, not Lily, or even Tera, but Bo. Available for iOS and Android is a mobile Lost Girl game allowing you to create your own, customised fae character and go on adventures in the world of Lost Girl.
I’ve got it on download from the Play store (it’s free) so I’ll let you know what I think.
I’ve finally kicked off the blog for my other little project. Coming to an on-line store when I get the first one finished, the story of Aneka Jansen, 21st Century girl who wakes up in the future.
So, finally, a geo-grafted tail for Lily. I know most of you don’t know what that means in the technical sense, but… TAIL!
So, after the cut, Ceri and Lily, with Lily doing her demon thing.
For Whom the Wedding Bells Toll, the eleventh Thaumatology novel, is now available on Smashwords and Amazon. As usual, there’s a coupon for 50% off for the first week at Smashwords; the code is TY72J to be used at checkout.
I hope you enjoy it; this will be the last story about Ceri and Lily for a while. There’s still plenty of things to write about them and their world, however, so there may well be more in the future.
Okay, barring unforeseen circumstances For Whom the Wedding Bells Toll, the last Thaumatology novel for a while anyway, will be coming out this weekend, March 2nd.
I know I’ve been a bit quiet recently, so here’s an update.
The next Thaumatology book will be out sometime around the end of February. For Whom the Wedding Bells Toll will be the last in the series, at least for a while. It wraps up most of the major plot threads, so it’s a good place to pause.
I’ve been working on a different project over Christmas and it’s got its fangs into me. I’ll be revealing that soon, though I should point out that it’s science fiction rather than urban fantasy.
When I’m working on a book I render concept art to give me an image to fix on. My visual imagination is okay, but not great, so having something solid I can base descriptions on helps. In this case, I was working on The Other Side of Hell and wanted an image of Ceri and Lily on their trek through the Demon Realm.
(Image after the cut.)
As usual, a festive pin-up after the cut. Ceri and Lily would like to thank all their readers, especially the ones who like them, and wish everyone a glorious, magical Christmas.
The tenth book in the Thaumatology series, The Other Side of Hell, is now available on Smashwords. Use coupon code DL66G at the checkout for a discount valid until Boxing Day.
(Amazon now has it listed too.)