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A DEMONICALLY DELICIOUS SALE! 99 cents or Free Demon Hunting Soccer Mom series – Limited time only!

My name is Kate Connor, and I’m a Demon Hunter. It feels a little odd saying that. For the last fifteen-plus years, I’ve been a retired Demon Hunter, my hunting responsibilities traded for the equally dangerous, if not as dramatically compelling, duties of a stay-at-home mom to my teenager and toddler. And no, I’m not […]

Pax Demonica (demon hunting soccer mom book 6) — on sale THIS WEEK!

Yes, finally!  Pax Demonica, book 6 of the Demon Hunting Soccer Mom series, will officially be on sale in just a few days! (Yay, whoo-hoo, release the balloons!!) I’m driving to the Romantic Times convention today, but as soon as my assistant tells me the links are live, I’ll post them here and on Facebook and […]

Pax Demonica by Julie Kenner

Pax Demonica is almost here!

Here’s a #SoccerMomSunday update on Pax Demonica: Copyedits and beta reader comments are in the pipe, then a quick turn around from the formatter, then uploading.  Woot! We’re getting closer to the release of Pax Demonica, book 6 in the Demon Hunting Soccer Mom series!   Buy links coming soon! In the meantime, don’t miss all […]

Dead demons on #SoccerMomSunday – Pax Demonica by Julie Kenner

Pax Demonica is coming soon!  Here’s a teaser to tide you over as we count down… A few feet away, Allie gasped. “Mom, you didn’t—“   I twisted to face her, my expression dark with warning.   “—see anything,” she concluded lamely. “When you went to the bathroom, I mean. You were right there. Did […]

Pax Demonica by Julie Kenner teaser

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Moms and daughters and demons … #SoccerMomSunday counting down to Pax Demonica!

  Pax Demonica – Demon Hunting Soccer Mom series book 6 … coming soon!  (For those of you who have asked, yes, I still anticipate the book will be out this month!  Will announce and post buy links as soon as I can!)   “And he’s dead.”  She left the sentence hanging, dangling like bait on a […]