Of Blood and Honey Shortlisted for the Crawford Award

Congratulations go out to Stina Leicht, Of Blood and Honey made the shortlist for the 2012 William L. Crawford Fantasy Award! And Blue Skies from Pain, the follow up to Of Blood and Honey, will be released in March. Don’t miss it!

And Blue Skies From Pain
Northern Ireland, 1977. Liam Kelly is many things: a former wheelman for the IRA, a one-time political prisoner, the half-breed son of a mystic Fey warrior and a mortal woman, and a troubled young man literally haunted by the ghosts of his past. Liam has turned his back on his land’s bloody sectarian Troubles, but the war isn’t done with him yet, and neither is an older, more mythic battle–between the Church and its demonic enemies, the Fallen.

After centuries of misunderstanding and conflict, the Church is on the verge of accepting that the Fey and the Fallen are not the same. But to achieve this historic truce, Liam must prove to the Church’s Inquisitors that he is not a demon, even as he wrestles with his own guilt and confusion, while being hunted by enemies both earthly and unworldly.

A shape-shifter by nature, Liam has a foot in two worlds–and it’s driving him mad.

ISBN: 978-1-59780-347-2
384 Pages $14.99
Trade Paperback