Thursday, July 10, 2008

Magical Seduction of an Angel

2012 ~ What happens ‘When a Good Angel Falls’ ?
Being an avid listener of Coast-to-Coast am, night talk radio, famous for its paranormal topics ~ the subject of 2012, the end of the Mayan calendar ~ is one of the hottest conversations going, and only gets hotter as we come closer and closer to what some people refer to as the endtimes.
So, what if? What will occur on that magical and mystical winter solstice date of December 21, 2012 ~ that final day of the Mayan calendar?
When a Good Angel Falls, my novel coming soon from Siren-BookStrand, answers that question with Sedona and Volcano’s unusual love story.
Join me at Ann Cory’s Magical Seduction blog ~ ~ for a story blurb and to share your thoughts and insights about 2012.
I will choose ONE person who comments for a free fun angel mini-reading via e-mail. This means I pull one angel card for you, tune in to the wise words of the angelic realm, and e-send you the results.
Savanna Kougar ~ Run on the Wild Side of Romance ~
Red Lioness Tamed ~ spicy sci fi available from Liquid Silver Books, Molten Silver ~ ~ Untamed lioness lost in space
All Shades of Blue Paradise [World of the Blue Pearl Moon, Book I] ~ aristocratic fantasy available from Siren Publishing ~ ~ Which seductive shade of blue are you?
Pleasures of Blue Lotus Oil [World of the Blue Pearl Moon, Book II] ~ aristocratic fantasy coming from Siren Publishing
Tangerine Carnal Dreams ~ stallion shifter adventure coming from Aspen Mountain Press
When a Good Angel Falls ~ 2012 angelic fantasy coming from Siren-BookStrand summer 2008
Murder by Hair Spray in Gardenia, New Atlantis ~ futuristic coming from Siren-BookStrand


Anitra Lynn McLeod said...

I've always been a fan of the Mayan culture and I'm noticing more and more discussions about the end of their calender. I'm also noticing more books popping up using their interesting culture (for instance, they did not have the wheel) and as a history buff, this gives me lots of fun books to add to my TBR pile!

Savanna Kougar said...

Hey Anitra, it was and actually is still a fascinating culture. Glenn Kimball, a rogue historian and investigator, received a visit from a Mayan priest and his son, who explained the people didn't disappear, but mostly dispersed, and even lived underground for a period of time. Now, they do their best in small villages, surviving and coming against the Mexican government, which does want their extermination.