Haventon Chronicles

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Twelve

January 27th, 2016  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Eleven| Index | LoTW Chapter Thirteen

 

It was nearly dusk when Leisa drew up outside the pretty cottage in Ilfracombe where Edwin was currently living. Driving all day and resisting Haventon’s pull so soon after she’d gone back had taken its toll and her stomach was already knotted with hunger even though she’d visited one of her human friends before she left. She would need to feed again when she got back to Haventon and given how hungry she would be then she would have to be extra careful. For now, she pulled a flask of bloodwine from under the seat and gulped down the contents. Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Eleven

January 13th, 2016  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Ten| Index | LoTW Chapter Twelve

Upon moving closer to Stephen, he turned out to be a good looking young man with long raven back hair and piercing blue eyes. The only obviously non-human things about him were the impressive sixteen point antlers growing from his head and the fact that his ears were slightly pointed and now he was out of the mists both of those features were shimmering in a way that told Anna he had glamoured them away. As he approached he bowed to Kate, whose scythe and crown had vanished somewhere, leaving a mostly ordinary if very striking woman in a white sundress in their place. Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Ten

December 30th, 2015  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Nine| Index | LoTW Chapter Eleven

“He thinks that we should use his farm as our base?”? David asked after Michael had called and suggested the move to Sarah.

“Yeah,”? she said. “He says that Laurel was paralysed when they got there and we?re running out of space here, plus there?s less chance of human casualties if we?re attacked there.”?

“Those are both good points,”? Tanya said. “Merry can you get us that minibus again because I think it?s a good idea.”? Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Nine

December 16th, 2015  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Eight | Index | LoTW Chapter Ten

Callie?s sister Rachel and her pack held a village about ten miles from Haventon as their territory. Close enough to the town to be inside of its supernatural window but far enough away not to trigger her hyper-territorial sister and to slip under the radar of the traitors. Of all the outer circle pack leaders in the area she was the only one he actually liked. Hopefully elevating her pack to the coveted Haventon territory would give the others a lesson in the sort of behaviour he expected from his pack leaders. He doubted it though, it would more likely provoke a revolt that he would have to put down. Which would put his schedule back but Lucy was right, he did have to deal with the outer circle and sooner rather than later. He just hoped that enough would be salvageable. Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Eight

December 3rd, 2015  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Seven | Index | LoTW Chapter Nine

There were no lights on at the run down terraced house Laurel rented when they arrived and Michael was certain that she should be awake by now.

“Maybe she’s gone out already,” Leisa said. “She likes to get out as I recall. I can’t blame her living in this dump.” Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Seven

November 18th, 2015  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Six | Index | LoTW Chapter Eight

“David!” His mother hugged him tightly when she arrived with Philip and Emma. “Phil told me what’s been going on. Thank goodness you’re okay!” She pulled back and looked at his eyes. “Ah, yes. I can see the silver if I look. You do have my mother’s eyes and you need to get better at glamour. I never imagined you might be a Mistwalker. You never showed the slightest sign of a glamour affinity as a child and I was looking. I would have tried to contact mum if I’d known.” Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Six

November 4th, 2015  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Five | Index | LoTW Chapter Seven

By the time the others returned David was getting used to the feel of the Mists and had learned to stop himself crossing over which was a relief, but he still hadn’t learned to fully glamour his eyes though Tyler thought he’d pass unless someone took a close look. Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Book One: Haventon Born now available as an ebook

October 25th, 2015  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Haventon Born Cover

Okay peeps! The ebook version of Haventon Born is live. It’s been edited and there are some minor changes from the original version. More importantly  it contains an 8000 word bonus story “Moonlight and Memories” which will never be available on the site.

The paperback version is still in process and will hopefully be available by Halloween.


Cover Blurb:

Vampires. Mere stories and myths until David’s dearest sister becomes one. He’s hunted them relentlessly ever since. Given that Haventon attracts supernatural creatures like a magnet does iron, David has become a well-practiced and skillful hunter.

But his hard-earned confidence betrays him and his prey, an elder vampire, takes the upper hand. Leisa doesn’t kill him, but shatters his certainty. Into his rebuilding effort comes The Order, directors of his hunting, with an order to supervise a novice hunter. Her error, attacking a human, requires all his attention at a time he can ill afford it.

Anna, the novice, asks him to examine her notes, to explain where she went wrong. While her mistake becomes understandable, it’s also attracted dangerous attention. More dangerous, perhaps, than the female vampire stalking him.

But not more dangerous than the town he and Anna were born in.

Haventon hasn’t finished with them yet.

It hasn’t even begun.

PDF Version here  (If you’re not sure here’s advice on how to read a PDF)

EPub Version here (need an EPUB Reader try FBReader )

Kindle (click on your local Amazon site): US, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, Japan, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Australia, India. Don’t have a Kindle? You don’t need to buy one, there are free reading apps for Apple, Android and Windows available. There should be a link on your local Amazon Kindle store that you can use to get it. I generally read Kindle books on my android tablet).

I’ll make another post once the paperback is available but for now I hope you’ll consider buying one of the ebook formats.

Thanks,

Becka

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Five

October 21st, 2015  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Four | Index | LoTW Chapter Six

A/N: Confirmed! The ebook of Haventon Born will be released 25th October. Keep an eye out for the release post and buy on release day if you can, please.

A/N 2: Torvawk, did you get my emails? I sent you something.

The next afternoon Colin’s head was still spinning from his conversation with Maelin and he toyed with the eggs and bacon Lucy set in front of him rather than eating them.

“I know it’s a lot to take in, cub,” she said after watching him for a moment. “But you need to eat up if you’re gong to recover fully from what your mother did to you.” Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of The Wolves Chapter Four

October 7th, 2015  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Three | Index | LoTW Chapter Five

Lord of the Wolves

Chapter Four

A/N: For the foreseeable future I will be updating Haventon and Whisper fortnightly on alternate Wednesdays. So Whisper will return next Wednesday.

A/N2: Cover Reveal for Haventon Book One

 

David stared into the mirror Tyler had set in front of him. If anything his eyes looked even more silver than they had last night.

“Can you really help me hide these?”? he asked.

“I should be able to,”? Tyler said. “Though I wish Liam hadn’t dropped this on me. I’m a warrior not a teacher.”?

“You’ll be fine, dad,”? Brenna said. “You taught me after all.”? Read the rest of this entry »