I am excited and proud to announce the release of The Curse of Judas on Amazon. It is the first novella of The Revenant City series. The number of books in the series is yet to be determined. The Curse of Judas is a post-apocalyptic urban fantasy intertwined with religious innuendo (nothing sacrilegious). With 112 pages andContinue reading “The Curse of Judas by Cynthia Brandel”
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Preview: The Curse of Judas
The Curse of Judas is scheduled for release on October 31st!!!! I am super excited and thrilled to give you a preview of what is to come. After generations of advancement, the human race had thought they were invincible. That was until the revenant made their presence known. The humans that survived the culling mustContinue reading “Preview: The Curse of Judas”
Forgotten: Book 3 of the Sanctorian Series has been published!!!!!!
Forgotten has finally been published! Writing the Sanctorian Series has been a struggle. Putting the story on paper is much like going to war with oneself. My endless battle of wording and editing has finally yielded the published work. Lyla has been captured by the Domuran King and Thane has been betrayed by one ofContinue reading “Forgotten: Book 3 of the Sanctorian Series has been published!!!!!!”
Forsaken Has Been Released!!!
An Epic Fantasy Adventure Suitable For Young Adults I have worked for more than a year to write Forsaken. It is a major accomplishment to write a complete novel. Now I have two!!!! Filled with unexpected twists and turns, friendships are tested, and alliances broken as the war between the three races of Sanctoria spills intoContinue reading “Forsaken Has Been Released!!!”
When The Sun Has Set, No Candle Can Replace It.
—-An Excerpt From Forsaken: Book Two of the Sanctorian Series—- Listen to the music as you read. Cynder takes a flat stone and skips it atop the clear pool, leaving behind ripples that flow outwards and dissipate back into the calm mirror of the water’s surface. He grabs another stone, one that is near myContinue reading “When The Sun Has Set, No Candle Can Replace It.”