Urban Fantasy is the “it” genre at the present moment – vampires, werewolves, witches, demons, fae and so much more – so finding a novel that stands out from the crowd can be difficult – especially a crowd that is currently dominated by less than a half dozen authors.
So, when I was getting this promotion ready, I asked around to get some recommendations for an author who would stand out in an over-populated market, Sonya Clark’s name came up time and time again.
Naturally, I did the only thing that I could think of and headed on over to her publisher’s page and had a look – and there is a snippet of this novel, a snippet that made me say “Yes, I would love to have this book as a part of the promo.” I made contact with Sonya and here we are.
Here is the write up for the novel “Mojo Queen“:
“Hoodoo and high magic are on a collision course.
Roxanne Mathis isn’t like everyone else. Not only can she see auras and spectral entities, she can mix herbs and roots for spells to do good or ill. She can even light a candle without the benefit of a match. But when she’s hired to exorcise a demon from a young girl, she discovers the limits of her powers. With her vampire cousin at her side and a sexy sorcerer chasing her on the rebound, Roxie sets out to send that evil entity back where to she came from.
Nothing is as it seems and Roxie’s in over her head. It’s not going to be enough for her to just be a paranormal investigator and old school root worker – to defeat this demon, she’s going to have to be the Mojo Queen. (From Lyrical Press.)
Also available from Sonya Clark:
Bring on the Night
Only a vampire can own the night.
If there’s one thing Jessie hates, it’s going after her own kind. She may be used to taking a bite out of human killers, but she leaves her fellow immortals alone. It’s only after a series of gruesome murders have her suspecting vampires and werewolves are going after innocents does she set out to put a stop to it.
It’s not long that Jessie finds herself racing against the waxing moon to stop an ambitious gang of monsters with a sinister agenda. (From Lyrical Press.)
Sonya Clark grew up an Army brat, living all across the United States as well as Japan and Germany by the time she graduated high school. Books were one of the few constants in her life. An eclectic reader, she always had a special love for the paranormal and is a lifelong fangirl of all things that go bump in the night. Her first published work, an urban fantasy novella titled Bring on the Night, was released in 2010. Mojo Queen, a dark sexy urban fantasy novel, was published in 2011. She lives with her husband and Yorkie in Tennessee.
Learn more at her blog at www.sonyaclark.net.