New Series Spotlight and Giveaway with Debra Mullins

It’s time for the October New Series Spotlight! If you love series books as much as we do, you’ll know that there are tons of them out there, and we don’t always find out about them right when they come out. So we are trying to help you find some new series reads. Each month we will feature a new up and coming series that we think you should know about!
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Debra Mullins has written over ten historical romance books and is now venturing into the world of paranormal. Her newest series, The TruthSeers is all about the ancient Atlantis survivors.

New Series Description:

When ancient Atlantis was destroyed, some of its citizens escaped to other lands: the Seers, the Channelers and the Warriors. These people had amazing powers, which bred true over the centuries, giving rise to Human-Atlanteans who live among us. This trilogy features a family of Seers.

How did the idea come about: Years ago in high school Spanish class, I heard a story about how the language of the Basque people of Spain is unrelated to any other language on the planet. Legend says it’s because these people are the survivors of Atlantis. That started me thinking: what if a race of super-humans from Atlantis actually did escape? What if they blended in with normal human societies? What if the powers of the super-humans bred true all the way into the 21st century?

Series plan:

PRODIGAL SON is the first of the TruthSeers trilogy. The other two books are about Rafe Montana’s brother, Darius, and his sister, Tessa, respectively. And Adrian Gray, of course! Other Atlantean books may be possible after that, but nothing firm at this time.

 

You can find Debra online here: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

 

Thanks to the fabulous folks at Tor/Forge, we are able to offer THREE copies of Prodigal Son. This giveaway is open to US/Canada addresses only and runs until October 29th. Just leave a comment about your favorite paranormal trilogy to be entered. Good Luck!

Comments

  1. Valarie P says

    My favorite paranormal trilogy is Nina Bang’s Gods of the Night series. I think there was going to be more books, but it only ended up with three and I re-read them a couple times a year.

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  2. says

    NOT ENTERING! I just wanted to thank you for this post. I do have some of her historical romances, and did not know she is venturing into paranormal. Adding it to the wishlist.

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  3. Amanda says

    I have enjoyed several of her historicals ( Just One Touch was my favorite) and look forward to this new paranormal series.

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  4. Sarah says

    Limiting it to a trilogy makes it much harder for me…I think I’m going to call Nora Roberts’ Sign of Seven (Blood Brothers, etc.) my favorite PNR trilogy. Thanks very much for this!

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  5. says

    My favorite trilogy? Eeep, too bad I can’t claim Star Wars (the old ones, not the stupid new ones) I’ll cheat and say Jeaniene Frost’s Vlad books (which I didn’t know book 3 existed until I checked her website – hah!) :)

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  6. Martha Lawson says

    The Signs of Seven trilogy by Nora Roberts, very creepy!! This one sounds great and I can’t wait to read it!! Thanks for the chance.

    mlawson17 at Hotmail dot com

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