Monday, November 27, 2023

[Review] — "WITCH FIRE" by Brian & Juliet Freyermuth

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I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the WITCH FIRE by Brian & Juliet Freyermuth Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!


About the Book

Someone is gathering belief, working like little Worm himself, digging under the cities of logic and reason.

That’s the ominous warning Coyote gives Nick after a monster attacks him and his girlfriend, Thelma. Someone has been testing the waters for months now, from the demon attacks to the horror of the Green Man. And now someone has attacked his mother and put her in a coma, and only Nick can save her.

But to do that he must scour the City of Sin for a man who is a myth, even among the many real gods and goddesses of the world. One whose name was whispered in the shadows as Nick fought demons and ancient gods over the last few months: Evan Constantine.

But not even Constantine, crazy goddesses or hulked out demigods can prepare him for the one thing that scares him more than anything.



My Review

Due to catching a cold and attempting to operate on almost little sleep for two days, I'll make my review brief. 


WITCH FIRE makes me think of Supernatural, a TV show my late grandma loved. WITCH FIRE the third book in the Sundancer Mysteries, gave me a "supernatural" feeling, even though I only occasionally watched the episodes. Without wasting time, the authors establish the main plot and get right into it. In terms of composition, I felt the book had a good flow and was well-written. The characters are well-rounded; some I liked better than others. 


Overall, I loved WITCH FIRE; it was a fast-paced book that helped me get through my post-Thanksgiving slump. Well worth reading, in my opinion. ╌★★★★✰


About Brian & Juliet Freyermuth

Brian and Juliet have been partners in crime for over a quarter of a century. The adventure started back in High School, when the two of them were driven to the prom by a mortician. (Although not in a hearse, their parents said no... they asked.) Now they take their love for writing and plotting a good murder to create the Sundancer Mysteries. 

They love going to escape rooms with their son and his wife, as well as going to art museums and traveling to far off places.



About Brian

Brian Freyermuth is not only an author, but also the Game Design Director and Voice Over Director at Steel Wool Studios. He began his career in game design working on the original Fallout and has worked as a designer on games like Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, Minecraft: Story Mode, Ozaria, and Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach. He is a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America and Horror Writers Association and is the author of the urban fantasy Demon Dance and co-author of the sequels Mind of the Beast and Witch Fire.


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About Juliet

Juliet Freyemuth loves helping people discover their passion and figure out how to pursue it. She specializes in working with creative people to find their niche and locate the resources they need to reach their goals. She’s also the co-author of the Sundancer Mysteries, where she uses her degree in psychology and social and behavioral science to figure out how goddesses, vampires, and other mythological creatures survive in a reality that changes based on popular belief.


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Giveaway Details

3 winners will receive a signed finished copy of WITCH FIRE, US Only.

Ends December 5th, midnight EST.

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Tour Schedule

Week One:


Jazzy Book Reviews

Excerpt/IG Post


 #BRVL Book Review Virginia Lee Blog

Blog Spotlight/IG Post


Writer of Wrongs

Guest Post

Week Two:



Guest Post/IG Post


Two Chicks on Books

Guest Post/IG Post


Rajiv's Reviews

Review/IG Post


Kim's Book Reviews and Writing Aha's

Review/IG Post



Review/IG Post

Week Three:


Country Mamas With Kids

Review/Guest Post/IG Post


The Momma Spot




IG Review


Callisto’s calling

IG Review


One More Exclamation

Review/IG Post

Week Four:


A Blue Box Full of Books

IG Review/LFL Drop Pic/TikTok Post



IG Review


Confessions of the Perfect Mom

Review/IG Post


More Books Please blog

Review/IG Post


the original B00K nerd

Review/IG Post

Week Five:


Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer

Review/IG Post



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Review Thick And Thin

Review/IG Post

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