If you are lucky enough to already follow indie author, Ruth Miranda, you will know that Ruth is not only an incredibly talented writer but also a prolific food blogger. If you’re not following then I urge you to go and take a look at her Instagram… I defy anyone not to salivate at some of her food posts.
This month saw the release of Scars, book 2 in the Blood trilogy. There is no better time to head over to Amazon, make your bookshelf all the more deliciously dark with the additions of Blood and Scars.
Keep an eye out for my book review of both Blood and Scars, coming soon!
I live in Portugal with my husband and son.
When I’m not writing paranormal urban fantasies and vampire novels, I like to cook, style and shoot for my food blog, which helps me focus on my writing and aids me in creating my characters.
I can be found mostly on Instagram under the handle @kitchenwitchmiranda, to which I admit to being a little bit addictive.
Blood (Blood Book 1) Paperback & Kindle available from Amazon
“‘Chaos’ Nilsson has it all: a successful career in the music industry, fame, money, the girl. He also has a monkey on his back, brought about by the visions that plague his mind and haunt his every waking moment; visions that will only be quietened when he numbs himself with generous amounts of alcohol and drugs. After an accident that nearly costs him his life, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery, in search of his roots and the secret to the blood coursing through his veins…”
Scars (Blood Book 2) Paperback & Kindle available from Amazon
“‘SCARS’, the second novella on the BLOOD Trilogy, takes off two years after the events of “BLOOD”. Caius Nilsson is back to being a rock star, the search for his father forgotten now he is reunited with his twin brother. But a darkness lurks inside him, and threatens his life. Now the brothers must take up the search for Titus McFee again, to understand the disease taking over Cai and a find a way to save him. But how far is Marcus willing to go only to assure his brother is safe?”
Unnatural (The Preternaturals Book 1) Paperback & Kindle available from Amazon
“When Sasha Devereaux enters the offices of London based genealogist Ruth Fleming, she has no idea her life is about to change. Plummeted into a world filled with magic and lore, Sasha soon finds her vision of the world as she knew it comes crumbling down, as she is forced to face the truth about herself and her origins…”
Preternatural (The Preternaturals Book 2) Paperback & Kindle available from Amazon
“Rune left to look for his missing daughter, knowing she could be in danger. Sasha was left to face the return of her father, long thought dead. Both have much to lose, now that Sasha is carrying Rune’s child, and there are many factions wanting to get their hands on them. When Ruth Fleming uncovers a conspiracy within the ranks of the Maledectum, she ends up placing herself in danger…”
Supernatural (The Preternaturals Book 3) Paperback & Kindle available from Amazon
“After the attack of the Svärdaveld scion and Sasha’s death while giving birth to his son, Rune is forced to leave Port Eynon with his closest friends and family members
As he makes his way back to Oakridge Falls, his dreams are plagued with Sasha’s presence, in a way so vivid as to make him want nothing but to fall asleep so he can be with her again. In the meanwhile, there’s a killer on the loose in New Orleans, and it’s not just any murderer…”
Commoner (The Preternatural Book 4) Paperback & Kindle available from Amazon
“Trust no one. The exciting last novel on The Preternaturals Series, follows the events on Supernatural. Rune’s life may seem as it is now fallen into place, while he settles into domestic bliss in the woods of Rovaniemi and later on the streets of Helsinki, in an attempt of running away from the world and keeping whatever evils lurk there at bay. But the highest of treasons are those that come from the inside, and this time, no one is safe nor free of suspicion…”
A Study of Love Paperback & Kindle available from Amazon
“On May 2003 Sebastian White comes home from his morning jog to find his wife and their four weeks old daughter dead. The deaths are deemed as a murder followed by suicide, but as he spirals down into self-destruction, he insists there was foul play. Eight years later he crosses paths with someone who finally believes him and both set out to get to the bottom of what happened that morning, as they both must struggle to come to terms with their own past and the secrets they hide…”
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