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About Sophia Beaumont
Sophia Beaumont was born and raised in Ohio, where she dreamed of living anyplace but.
Surrounded by books from an early age, her first love was historical fiction, but she also has a passion for urban fantasy. Her debut ya novel, THE SPIDER’S WEB, was originally published by Torquere Press in 2016.
After the closure of Torquere at the end of 2016, Sophia turned to self publishing. The Evie Cappelli series (THE SPIDER’S WEB, THE FERRYMEN, and MOREAU HOUSE) was completed in 2018 and her fourth novel, a YA adventure, ALL FOR ONE was the #ShoreIndie 2017 runner up.
Sophia is also an avid knitter and enjoys designing knitting and crochet patterns. In her spare time she enjoys sewing, binge watching historical mysteries on Netflix, and dressing up in historical costumes–sometimes for fun, and sometimes to educate. She is a living history volunteer and specializes in the history of women’s rights in late 1800s America and a staff presenter at Steampunk Symposium in Cincinnati, OH.
In addition to rural Ohio, she has also lived in Florence, Italy and Montreal, Quebec, where she hopes to one day return. Presently, she lives and works in Columbus with her partner in crime, Missouri Dalton (aka Ash K. Alexander), and her number one assistant, Hermes the cat, who thinks he is a FANTASTIC editor, but can frequently be found napping on the job.
In addition to writing YA novels, she also writes historical fiction and Gothic horror under the name Sine Peril.
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The good news: they've found the residents of Underground Chicago that have gone missing, and where all the ghosts have gone.
The bad news: They're all on Blackwell's Island in the middle of the East River, and for legally blind, asthmatic AJ, things couldn't get much worse. She'd relying on old friends and new allies to help her escape. But can they do it before the Order of the Golden Rhinocerous kills them all to hide the evidence?
When an airship crashes just outside of Chicago, AJ knows her chance for a big byline is at hand. Could it be pirates? Mobsters? Or is it the mysterious Ghost Ship, linked to missing people and ghosts all over the city? There's only one way to find out. AJ Marshall is on the case.
She just has to convince her old classmate and rival, Jasper, to give up his claim to the story. But Jasper has a lead of his own, and it might be more beneficial if they help each other...or will it?
Recovery might be a little easier if not for Micha. Handsome, kind, always willing to help Evie or cheer her on--and completely invisible to everyone else. He seems to think he’s some kind of guardian angel, and she might need one now that things have gone from bad to just plain weird.
It started with the spiders. Then the owls started following her. Ghosts, goddesses, and secret societies are just the icing on the cake. She’s going to need help from some very powerful friends if she wants to make it to her next birthday, but when one of those friends is the goddess of the underworld, her guardian angel might have to start working overtime.
Louise Drapeau is willing and eager to take advantage of these rights as she travels from her small town to the capital to join the most elite fighting force in the country, the all-female Queen’s Guard, also known as the Musketeers. She’s barely in the city twenty-four hours, however, when she uncovers a plot to kill the queen, headed by Quebec’s First Minister, Cardinal Lefebvre.
With the help of her three new friends—Portia, Athena, and Arabella—Louise must unravel the increasingly complex politics of the palace in order to not only save the queen but to keep neutral Quebec out of the Civil War raging just a few hundred miles south in the United States.
Surely this will be enough to get her into the Musketeers—if she can survive.
Follow Evie's journey of recovery as she regains her mental health following a failed suicide attempt, rebuilding and forming new connections that could save her life--even as she has to find a way to save everyone else from ghosts, angry goddesses, and homicidal cults.
Unfortunately, her boyfriend Micha definitely is, and so Evie gets dragged along for a weekend of ghost hunting with her cousin, his boyfriend, and three of their friends.
A trained Night Patrol officer and one of Hekate’s ferrymen, Evie assumes she’ll have more trouble from the living than the dead on this trip, but the eerie farm house quickly exceeds expectations with mysterious noises, disembodied voices, and objects that move on their own.
But when one of their number vanishes in the middle of the investigation, the danger becomes palpable, and it’s up to Evie and Micha ensure they make it through the night.
That’s okay, though. It’s landed her a high paying—but not glamorous—job in supernatural law enforcement with the Montreal Night Patrol, and Micha (the ghost of her fiancée in a former life) as well as her living, breathing friends are helping her get her mental health back on track. She’s even got temporary protection from the cult of Athena, who want her dead.
But when Micha suddenly becomes unstable, Evie will have to cross international borders and steal 2 priceless artifacts if she wants to keep him on this plane. That might be tricky when the Chicago Night Shift gets involved. She’ll need approval from Ian Mulhaney to cast such a powerful, dangerous spell, but with a serial killer, zombies, and a questionable group of psychics and necromancers roaming Chicago, Evie and Micha are at the bottom of his list of problems.
Time is running out, and Hekate’s protection is wearing off fast. Can Evie keep Micha—and herself—together long enough?
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