Friday, November 18, 2005

“Night Mares”
by MaryJanice Davidson

(Triskelion Press)

Welcome to Brokenoggin Falls, where the housewives are not only desperate, they’re Witches! (And one of them might be a Harpy) The spells cast by moonlight frequently go awry. And there are times when toads and Chihuahuas seem abundant as black flies in the summer, the dragons are a little touchy, the Forest Trolls are in danger of extinction from teeny-boppers, the Gryphons need help conceiving and...the scientist are crunchy and good with ketchup...

All proceeds from the sales of this book will go to the International Red Cross.

At a birthday party for the Disdaine Triplets, the little darlings decide they aren’t pleased with the party or the guests and use magic to create their own fun. That night the town and all its residents are visited by the infamous Night Mares who wreak mayhem as only giant ponies prancing through your house can. (First episode with story & characters created by Lynn Warren.)

Be on the lookout for MYSTERIA, an anthology expanding on the episode MaryJanice created in BEWITCHED, BOTHERED AND BEVAMPYRED. MYSTERIA (Berkley) hits shelves in August 2006!

MaryJanice Davidson is the best-selling author of several romance novels, including UNDEAD AND UNWED and HELLO GORGEOUS. Her books have been on the USA Today best seller list, as well as the New York Times list. She lives in Minnesota with her husband, two children, and dog, and is secretly addicted to Peanut Buster Parfaits.



Anonymous said...

I met and listened closely to Mary Janice Davidson during the STAR conference a few months ago. I picked up my first MJD book, asked as nicely as possible for the autograph (which she gladly gave me) and went on my way with not one but I think three books. Based on her "coolness" alone, I would have bought all the books, but I love the way she ties it all together. Humor, real life, vampire life, more real life, and a little splash of romance, shaken not stirred. I look forward to reading as much MJ as possible and hopefully, hearing her lecture again. The woman is just darn funny!

Gena Showalter said...

I love MJD too! She's wonderful and cracks me me up.