Captive Moon – Free eBook Easter Giveaway

Over the Easter weekend, delve into a world of Victorian witches, dandyish zombies and enigmatic strangers with Captive Moon, free for a limited time.

Auld Reekie Writing were this week thrilled to announce the addition of our newest author Alistair Rutherford. It’s also been a month since the publication of our first book, the novella Captive Moon by Jane Charlotte.

To celebrate these happy times, we’re pleased to bring you a limited free ebook release of Captive Moon this weekend. Our special free ebook Easter giveaway lasts from Saturday 04 to Tuesday 07 April 2015, so be sure to snap it up.

Captive Moon by Jane Charlotte

Sarah Snow was a true resurrectionist, come to restore a dead man to life.

Captive Moon is the story of Sarah Snow, a reluctant witch living in Victorian Edinburgh. She is bound by duty to revive her foolish brother Barty every time he dies through the use of a magical spell under a full moon.

When Barty starts to look and smell like he belongs back in a grave, Sarah embarks on a quest to cure him. She is drawn into a world of powerful magic and finds herself irresistibly attracted to the charming Elijah Swift.

Captive Moon is a historic paranormal romance set in Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland. It is the first book in the Amulet of Hecate series written by Scottish author Jane Charlotte, who lives in a murky world of zombies, werewolves, vampires and witches. Look out for book two, Blood Moon, coming summer 2015.

Free eBook for Easter

Get the free ebook Captive Moon: the Amulet of Hecate Part One, free until 07 April 2015 on the Kindle store.

Not only could you could be reading the new novella over the Easter break, but by the light of the full moon!

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The novella is normally priced at 99p/$1.99, so if you’re a bit late to enjoy this deal, don’t worry – it’s always a bargain.

If you like the book, be sure to leave a review, and connect with Jane Charlotte on Goodreads.

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