Dani’s back and she’s getting ready for her first day at Longmont High. She’s been looking forward to high school for years, but now instead of worrying about the upperclassmen, she’s wondering which classes of demons she’ll meet in the halls!
by Deb Logan
Audience: Juvenile | Demon Hunter | Short Story
Dani Erickson is a hereditary demon hunter. The seventh child of a seventh child, she was born to battle the nasty monsters she sees infesting her small Colorado town. With the help of her best friend Allie and her sensei Warwick James, she’s getting into fighting trim — just in time for her first day of high school.
Demons beware. Dani’s on the prowl!
Electronic Edition Publication Date: March 2013
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Dani’s family is unusual. She’s the youngest–and only girl–of seven. Being the lone female, her family would like her to be all girly and sweet like her best friend Allie. But Dani is a tomboy born and bred, and on her fourteenth birthday she discovers why.
Life is about to get decidedly strange!
I’ve been having a terrible time deciding where to start my latest novel. Should I begin with Dani’s discovery that she’s a demon hunter? Or should I start with an action-packed battle sequence … one where she obviously already knows who and what she it?
DEMON DAZE solved the dilemma! This short story tells of Dani’s advent: her discovery that she’s not a too-tall, gawky imitation of her very feminine best friend, but exactly who and what she needs to be
Now, as my father used to say, “Let’s get on with the fighting!”
DEMON DAZE is available now at Amazon and Smashwords. Coming soon to Barnes & Noble!
The tree is decorated. The presents are wrapped. The chimney is clean so Santa won’t get his suit dusty. All is ready for the big day!
In an excess of early celebration, we went to see The Hobbit. *faints with joy* AWESOME movie! Peter Jackson and his crew have outdone themselves. If such a thing is possible, The Hobbit is even better than The Lord of the Rings trilogy. And he’s managed to take one small book and turn it into a trilogy of block-buster movies *happy dancing* Go, Peter, go!
Hope your Christmas is exciting, wonderful, and exactly as you’ve dreamed *smiles*
*~*~* Happy Thanksgiving! *~*~*
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, so I thought I’d stop and count my blessings!
I am always thankful for my family, but this year more so than ever as we welcome a new addition. My youngest granddaughter will be a month old in a few days, and I’m very thankful that I was able to be on the opposite coast to welcome her into the world. Snuggling with a newborn is one of the BEST experiences in the world! Mind you, singing Alphabet Train with her big brother is a close second
I’m also especially thankful for my vision this year. Sight is one of those things we take for granted. We know it’s important, but we don’t think about it on a daily basis. I recently had an unpleasant visual event that frightened me. Fortunately, my doctor said it’s going to be fine. No surgical intervention necessary. But still, it’s brought my vision to the forefront of my thoughts, and I’m very grateful to be able to see to write this post.
There are many other things I’m thankful for–and being able to write books to share with you is high on the list, but I think I’ll contemplate the rest in private.
What about you? What will you give thanks for tomorrow?
I’m SO excited! Thunderbird and Faery Unexpected are now available in print! Only one venue so far, but I’ll keep you posted as they reach more places
Buy a print copy of Faery Unexpected here.
Buy a print copy of Thunderbird here.
Check it out! Kindle For Kids is featuring one of my short stories for younger kids!
Deirdre’s Dragon is actually the story that launched my YA Fantasy novel, Faery Unexpected, so be sure to check it out
Fun Factoid: The artwork for Deirdre’s Dragon was done by my brother, John Logan.