Monday, June 13, 2011

Indie Author Showcase 17: Keryl Raist

Before I get to the showcase below, I have to thank the wonderful people who continue to support me in this grand adventure. Whether you've purchased Prismatica or Lane 8, or you've simply mentioned me on Twitter or Facebook, you have to know that I am deeply grateful. In short, you rock.

Today's featured author is Keryl Raist, who offers a bit of urban fantasy and romance for your consideration. Be sure to visit her website and blog for more info, inspiration, and some additional fiction.

And now, from the author herself....

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Book Title: Sylvianna

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Your Book in 1000 Words or Less:

Sylvianna is something of a genre busting story.

It's a story about true love, but it's not quite a romance.
It's got enough erotic content to keep the erotica fans happy, but it's not the main point of the story.
Like any good fantasy it's got wizards and sword fights.
And like a paranormal book it's got angels and demons.
The main characters are in college, but it's not a coming of age story.

The back of the book reads: Sarah Metz just got to Sylvianna College. She went in search of a biology degree. She found a group of wizards on the run from their past. They remember her. She doesn't remember them. Over the next year, she'll help them fight off the creatures trying to kill them, fall back into love with the man who used to be her husband, break the heart of her best friend while doing it, and maybe, if they're very, very lucky, not remember who she used to be.

Sylvianna is a modern day fantasy with a scorching hot romance and a deeply layered plot. Angels, demons, magic, sword fights, free will, destiny, and true love all weave into a complex tale of the search for redemption.

Book Link: Sylvianna

Author Website:  or

Something Unique About Your Writing Process: I'm a firm believer in the BIC method. Every day, you sit your Butt In a Chair and write. And you don't get back up again until you've written something new. Good, bad, indifferent, doesn't matter. Every day you write something. Eventually you get into the habit, and once it's a habit, it's hard to not write.

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