Well…today is certainly a thing that is happening.
I did set my release date for June 2 back in January, and while I’m adept at thinking of every worst case scenario, none of this was on my mind. So! You’re probably busy with a lot of mental trauma right now, but in case you need some escapism, here is a book!
Since Demons of Oblivion readers might want to speculate/discuss things after reading, I’ll start a spoiler thread at Alchemy Red this week.
Elis O’Connor kills people.
“Garbage men”, to be exact—the predators, the abusers…and the occasional mansplainer. It scratches an itch and, since the death of her mother sent her spiraling, it hardly seems like the worst way to pass her time in a post-apocalyptic city crawling with demons and dimensional tears.
One thing she doesn’t do is save men.
But when a woman comes to her door for help finding her missing cousin, she realizes she might have to do just that. Because while Elis would love to send her packing, this cousin isn’t just anyone: he’s Elis’s estranged older half-brother Dev, and he’s gotten himself into trouble even the considerable magic ability they both share can’t get him out of.