Macrow Necromancers

Book One of the Macrow Necromancers, a young adult trilogy.

macro2coverlight_front Harmony Hendricks accidentally kills a boy when she wishes he would stop serenading her at school. Then, when she wishes he wasn’t dead, he comes back to life at his own funeral, still singing.
What will help Harmony?

Nothing but necromancy.

Elise Winters sees ghosts. They follow her everywhere, wreaking havoc from home to high school. Even her long-dead border collie’s ghost can’t protect her from a broken leg or the nagging fear that she might be losing her mind.
What will help Elise?

Nothing but necromancy…

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Necromantic Shenanigans – Short Story Collection

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From Building Towers of Solitude in Colorado’s mountains to freeing a bestiary held captiv

e by a demon-possessed Scottish Laird, Elise and Hagatha Macrow are on the case. Necromantic Shenanigans is a lucky combination of thirteen stories detailing the escapades of two necromancers who fight crime and normalcy without ever donning a cape.

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Meet the authors:

Rebecca McFarland Kyle: Born on Friday 13, Rebecca developed an early love for the unusual. Dragons, vampires and all manner of magical beings haunt her thoughts and stir her to the keyboard. She currently lives between the Smoky and Cumberland mountains with her husband and four cats. Her first YA novel, Fanny & Dice, was released on Halloween 2015. Her upcoming vampire short story collection will be released in 2016. She’s working on both short and long fiction on her own and with co-conspirators. http://rmkyle.abckyle.com/

J.A. Campbell: When Julie is not writing she’s often out riding horses, or working sheep with her dogs. She lives in Colorado with her three cats, Kira and Bran, her border collies, her Traveler-in training, Triska, and her Irish Sailor. She is the author of many Vampire and Ghost-Hunting Dog stories the Tales of the Travelers series, and many other young adult books. She’s a member of the Horror Writers Association and the Dog Writers of America Association and the editor for Story Emporium fiction magazine.

Meet our Artist:

Shoshanah Holl: An author and illustrator originally hailing from Nebraska.  Now located in Minneapolis, she works in digital media, ink, and paint. Outside of work she enjoys cats, scary movies, loud music, hoarding tiki mugs, and books. http://snhollart.myportfolio.com/

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