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Thursday, October 26, 2023

Cover Reveal- WITCH FIRE by @BrianFreyermuth & @novelsandgames With An Excerpt & #Giveaway!

Today Brian & Juliet Freyermuth and Rockstar Book Tours are revealing the cover for WITCH FIRE, their new Urban Fantasy book which releases November 1, 2023! Check out the awesome cover and enter the giveaway!


On to the reveal! 

About The Book:

Title: WITCH FIRE (The Sundancer Mysteries #3)

Author: Brian & Juliet Freyermuth

Pub. Date: November 1, 2023

Publisher: Middark Press

Formats:  Paperback, eBook

Pages: 321

Find it: GoodreadsAmazon 

After defeating the Green Man, you’d think there wasn’t much else for me to be afraid of in this world.

But then again, you never met my family.

When my mother’s attacked, Thelma and I are whisked off to Las Vegas to find out what happened. The whole thing stinks, especially after I found out a deep, hidden secret three months ago. A secret that explains why my childhood was filled with alcohol and pain.

But secrets are the name of the game in the City of Sin. And it turns out the attack on my mother is linked to a name I’ve been hearing in whispers for months now. A name associated with demons and ancient forest gods. Someone who is a myth, even among the gods and goddesses that walk the earth.

Evan Constantine.

Now with the help of my voodoo practicing girlfriend, a trickster spirit and a crazy goddess who might just help me or chop my head off (depending on what her pet lizard tells her), I need to find out who’s after my mother.

I just know it’s going to take a good amount of luck to survive Vegas.

Especially when the house always wins.

Warning: This urban fantasy contains snarky gods and goddesses, action, mythological beasties, and a good ole’ murder mystery. If you’re a fan of Neil Gaiman, Jim Butcher, Patricia Briggs or Seanan McGuire, you’ll love this brand new world where ancient forgotten gods walk hidden among us, and angels and demons fight for our very souls.


“So let me get this straight,” Thelma asked through clenched teeth. “Someone got you drunk, and because of that you destroyed my shop?” 

“Technically, he destroyed your shop.” Coyote nodded at me. I grasped Thelma’s hand, giving it a gentled squeeze in hopes to prevent her from throttling the cocky bastard. Coyote looked calm, but I could see his own fury bubbling underneath. My anger was there too, don’t get me wrong, but I tend to not slap around angry gods unless I absolutely have to. 

“And no, I was not drunk,” Coyote snapped. “If I was drunk, this would be a lot more interesting than the Elk Man visiting you. Someone did this to me,” he said, astonished and pissed. He jumped to his feet and paced with increasing rage. 

We all flinched back, including Thelma. 

“This is unacceptable.” The god paced in anger. “If Crow did this, I’ll make his feathers fall out for a millennium. Kaulu, Loki, Iktomi, I don’t care who did this, they will feel my wrath—” 

“Are you done?” I asked. “Because I have my own questions.” “You’re going to piss in my cornflakes, flesh bag?” Coyote growled as he glared at me. 

I didn’t budge. “You heard me. I’ve just cleaned up your mess, and we deserve some answers.”

“And why should I answer them?” Coyote snarled. 

“Because you owe us. We saved you the embarrassment of having the city destroyed by your wet dream.” 

For a moment I thought I’d pushed him too far, but I was too exhausted to care. 

Then Coyote smiled, and that was far scarier. “That’s true,” he said. “That’s very, very true. Raven would never let me hear the end of it.” 

“You don’t remember anything from last night?” I asked. “No strange magic? No obvious enemies around?” 

“I always have enemies around,” Coyote said, “but no one special last night. I passed out around two in the morning and ended up here. Someone… did this to me,” he repeated. 

“But who could pull off something like that?” 

Coyote cocked his head. “Well, that’s a longer list than I care to admit.” 

“What do you mean?” Thelma asked. “I don’t know of anything that has the juju to do that.” 

“These days are a-changing, little mambo priestess,” Coyote said. 

Thelma’s teeth clenched again. I glanced over at Jake, expecting an angry retort, but he remained stoic, taking everything in but revealing nothing. His silence worried me. 

“There’s magic on the wind,” Coyote explained, as if talking to small children. “Someone is gathering belief, working like little Worm himself, digging under the cities of logic and reason.” 

“Someone is collecting belief?” I asked. “What does that even mean?” 

“It means someone’s messing with the natural order of things,” Coyote said. Taking his sunglasses off, he glared at me with one

brown eye and one dark green. “Only my brothers and I are allowed to do that. So, watch your back, little half-man, because someone set this up in your backyard. Someone believes you’re more important than me, and that’s unacceptable.” 

A sudden wind blew smoke and ash in my face, and I flinched from his gaze to wipe my eyes. When I opened them again, Coyote had disappeared.



About Brian & Juliet Freyermuth:

Brian and Juliet have been partners in crime for over a quarter of a century. The adventure started back in High School, when the two of them were driven to the prom by a mortician. (Although not in a hearse, their parents said no... they asked.) Now they take their love for writing and plotting a good murder to create the Sundancer Mysteries. 

They love going to escape rooms with their son and his wife, as well as going to art museums and traveling to far off places.




Brian Freyermuth is an American game design director, voice over director, and author. He began his career in game design working on the original Fallout and has worked as a designer on games like Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, Minecraft: Story Mode, Ozaria, and Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach. He is a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America and Horror Writers Association and is the author of the urban fantasy Demon Dance and co-author of the sequel Mind of the Beast. 

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Juliet Freyemuth loves helping people discover their passion and figure out how to pursue it. She specializes in working with creative people to find their niche and locate the resources they need to reach their goals. She’s also the co-author of the Sundancer Mysteries, where she uses her degree in psychology and social and behavioral science to figure out how goddesses, vampires, and other mythological creatures survive in a reality that changes based on popular belief. 

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Giveaway Details:

3 winners will receive a finished copy of WITCH FIRE, US Only.

Ends December 5th, midnight EST.

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