About the Book
The residents are hardy, independent — and unusually eccentric. While cowboys patrol the range, tending to cattle and sheep, witches openly sell their wares on Main Street. Shapeshifters prowl the night. The saloon is haunted. Gamblers have magic as well as luck on their side, and the farmers are really in tune with the earth.
It's a place some are drawn to. Like Celeste Preston, a not-so-merry widow on a deadly mission. And it's a place where everyone can find a place to belong, no matter how many teeth (or fangs, or claws) they have.
Hazeldine is where the weird meets the Old West.
Angie Bee is a novelist, freelance writer, and pop culture pundit. She has five tattoos (so far), has lived in the Midwest and New Zealand, wrote a thesis on the socio-political commentary in zombie films, rescues cats from cemeteries, keeps skeletons in her car, and dreams of one day meeting Guillermo del Toro. Her ultimate goal in life is to be the lady all the neighborhood kids suspect is a witch (but a good witch, who gives out full-sized candy bars every Halloween). She reviews books and movies under the name Angie Barry on CriminalElement.com. The co-author of the novel Faerietale with Stephanie Rabig and Colleen Toliver, and of Sink or Swim: Tales From the Sappho with Rabig, she has several short stories published in anthologies. Follow her on Twitter: @therealzombres Check out her website: theangiebee.tumblr.com