Jane Charlotte has been working hard on the second novel in the Amulet of Hecate series – Blood Moon.
Over the Easter weekend, delve into a world of Victorian witches, dandyish zombies and enigmatic strangers with Captive Moon, free for a limited time.
Jane Charlotte writes a blog post about the history and myths of the goddess Hecate.
Discover the Edinburgh of the 1890s with this blog post from Jane Charlotte.
Our author Jane Charlotte writes a special blog for Auld Reekie Writing on her favourite witches from fiction.
Our debut novella, Captive Moon by Jane Charlotte, has now been published and is available to buy for kindle friendly devices.
You can purchase Captive Moon, the first book in the Amulet of Hecate series, now on the Amazon store.
Sarah Snow seems just like every other proper young Victorian woman, but she hides a terrible secret: she is a witch with the power to raise the dead.
Although she fears her own dark gifts, Sarah is bound by an old promise to her mother and must resurrect her foolish dandy of a brother, Barty, every time he dies. When Barty begins to look and smell like a walking corpse, Sarah is forced to find a cure for his condition. Her quest leads her on to the path of the charismatic Elijah Swift, makes her question her magical abilities, challenges her sense of duty, and draws her towards the mysterious Amulet of Hecate.
Captive Moon is the first novella in the Amulet of Hecate series written by Edinburgh based writer Jane Charlotte, who lives in a murky world of zombies, werewolves, vampires and witches.
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Jane Charlotte is also on Goodreads, so if you’re a fan of the book social networking site you can check out her profile and books there.
We are delighted to announce the launch of our author Jane Charlotte’s new novella, Captive Moon.
Set in 1891 Edinburgh, Captive Moon is a story of duty, love and betrayal, with a magical twist. Sarah Snow seems just like every other demure young Victorian woman, but she hides a terrible secret. She has the power to resurrect her foolish brother Barty every time he dies. Sarah has given up hope of love and freedom, and her future looks like it holds nothing more than a cycle of restoring Barty to life.
When Barty wakes and finds himself with rotting flesh which Sarah’s magic cannot fix, she resolves to find a cure. Her quest leads her on to the path of the charismatic Elijah Swift, makes her question her dedication to family, and draws her towards the mysterious Amulet of Hecate.
Read Captive Moon For Free
Over the next two months Captive Moon will be released as a twice-weekly serial on the popular site Wattpad.
Wattpad has over 35 million users, a figure that’s growing every day. It has captured readers around the world – at least 80% of the site’s users are thought to be readers, not writer/readers – as it offers them free, accessible stories to consume. There are some incredibly popular authors showcasing their works on the site, from Margaret Atwood to Hugh Howey.
One of the best things about Wattpad is that it’s really a social network designed around books and stories, which gives readers the chance to interact with authors. If you’re not on there already then sign up for free and read online or on your tablet or phone.
We’ve chosen Wattpad as our launch platform as we want to connect with you, the readers, and to hear what you think of Jane’s book.