It reached # 1 in Paranormal Fantasy: Stormcaller by @rkmacpherson

Stormcaller by R.K. MacPherson was free January 25 - 28th. It reached #1 in Paranormal Fantasy in its promotional FREE run. The author blogged about the results. Check it out:


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Power always carries a price...

For Isaura Durand, homeless life on the streets of Seattle posed plenty of challenges. She didn’t ask to become a witch. She didn’t understand how it would change her, but when she awakens to her power, Isaura finds herself plunged into a brutal struggle with dark forces.

Thrust into the heart of Seattle’s eldritch world, Isaura uncovers a series of ritual sacrifices designed to unleash magic’s true power upon the world.

Allied with a grumpy Norwegian mage, a Native American shaman on a Harley, and a beautiful medic, Isaura must overcome her own demons and her growing list of enemies. Victory is anything but certain, and to survive, Isaura must embrace her potential and become the...STORMCALLER.

Praise for StormCaller

A great read; very engaging.

I liked the young characters (though this is NOT a YA novel) and their relationship, but I loved the older characters just as much. Great dialogue, good pacing, and a few unique twists kept me turning the pages.

Full of Washington State references, this book swept me off my feet, kept me turning pages and drew me in to the dark world of urban magic.

The author did a terrific job blending the magic realm and the real world, making it not only more believable and easy to follow but also easy to identify with the characters. Once again, as in his previous novel (Antigone's Fall), the dialogue is superb and each character has their own personality and wit. The action is non stop and made it very hard to put down. A great novel from start to finish. I can't wait to see what happens next.

Author Bio

Reading both The Hobbit and The Bourne Identity in kindergarten set R. K. MacPherson's mind permanently in the clouds. Spinning tales just came naturally after that. He wrote his first novel to impress a girl in college, which failed to win her heart, but kept his mind thinking about "What if..."

R. K. MacPherson lives in Seattle, working as a writer in the video game industry (Aion, TERA). He draws upon a wide array of crazy adventures and careers in his writing, hoping to add as much authenticity as possible. He received his B.A. from Pacific Lutheran University and did graduate work in anthropology at Eastern New Mexico University. He's traveled and worked around the world, but loves life in the Pacific Northwest. He spends most of his time writing aboard his sailboat, bobbing along from world to the next.