When it comes to The Medusa Coin, you’ve heard enough from me over the last few months. You’ve read the pitch, seen the cover, and listened to me rant and rave about how much the project means to me. How about some early reviews from your fellow readers?
Praise for The Medusa Coin
Another book I just couldn’t put down. Following on from Signs of Portents, and no less enthralling. I absolutely love this kind of book. Demons & humans battling one another. Another author added to my must read list. Highly recommended. If you liked Signs of Portents then this is a definite read, you won’t be disappointed. – Silver Surfer (Goodreads review)
Dark and foreboding, much like the city of Portents itself, The Medusa Coin will keep you on the edge of your seat and reading well into the night. If paranormal thrillers are your thing, you can’t go wrong with a read by Lou Paduano. – TE (Goodreads review)
This book starts out leading the reader through a series of twists and turns……..Into the the darkness and into the unknown………… Thrilling and exciting..This writer will surprise you you and keep you on the edge of your seat until the end …. or is it? – Paula (Goodreads review)
Portents sure is an incredible place to visit and I am glad that I get to do it on a regular basis… All fans of Portents will eat The Medusa Coin right up! – Debra
Best book yet! – Louise (family gatherings)
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The Medusa Coin arrives on Tuesday. Help spread the word through social media, at the local PTA meeting, or even in the middle of a church reading or two this weekend. Only $0.99 digitally!
The shadows are growing in Portents…
A friend recently asked me if I knew all along where the series was going. Honestly, I didn’t have a clue. When putting together Signs of Portents the first time, I thought I would drop by Portents for a quick visit and then say goodbye to Loren and Soriya.
Their world refused to let me go.
And I am all the better because of them and readers like you and those who have enjoyed the journey. There are dark times ahead, sacrifices to be made, and not everyone will see the light at the end of the path.
Take the next step with me, won’t you?