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The Angel and the Apocalypse

by on March 20, 2021

Some years ago, specifically in September 2013, I wrote a short story for the Trifecta writing challenge involving a treasure-hunting angel. This kicked off a story arc that ended in Lover’s Quarrel, a story written for Trifecta’s successor Yeah Write. One thing led to another, and that led to NaNoWriMo 2019, and that led to a year’s worth of rewriting and the invaluable editing and cover art skills of my wife Nicole, and that, after toil and tribulation, led to The Angel and the Apocalypse: available now on Amazon.

To quote the book summary: “Constance didn’t plan on being an angel. She certainly didn’t plan on starting the apocalypse. Yet now she’s done both, and she’s trying to fix her mistakes and earn her wings at the same time. She also has to fight off her ex-boyfriend Ben, who’s joined the Other Side, and recover a treasure of Biblical proportions. Not to mention, she has a problem with a kaiju. It’s a lot to deal with for Heaven’s newest angel.”


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