Two titles for sure that are coming in 2022, and that you won’t want to miss include Aiming for Trouble and Inherited Djinn. In Inherited Djinn (Urban Fantasy, late March), we follow Bill MacPhegor as he navigates his new life as The Protectorate of the Vessels with his cigarette smoking, bourbon swilling djinn, Paimon, and the dark, brooding shop girl, Hemmy. Together they must thwart The Order of the Lazuli and find the rest of the djinn before The Order does.
In Aiming for Trouble (PWF, Witchy Cozy Mystery, late May), meet hesitant 40-something Goetic Witch, Samigina Montgomery, or Sam for short. When Sam inherits her aunt’s estate and finds a body in the barn along with a mysterious note, she and her familiar embark on a mystery that takes her deep into some dark family secrets. Secrets that could potentially get her killed. Thank Lucifer that she’s got Daemons for that.
For both series’ – if you like anthropomorphized Goetic Daemons in fiction, you’ll love these new series’!
In the non-fiction arena, you can look forward to Four Daemon Queens, a grimoire delving into Delepitore, Tezrian, Hecate and Lilith. (And at some point in 2022-2023 – Four Daemon Kings) and How to Draw Friends & Sacrifice Toxic People: Black Magick for Glamour, Influence, and Letting Go.
I still plan on slipping a few Thirteen Covens in there, too. We’ll see. The year is still young, I always find myself overly ambitious, and some desperately needed work around my house may trip things up significantly, so I don’t want to promise anything more than the two NF, and the two novels.