Widdershins introduces a strong female character in the horror genre-Christina Lafage, an eighteenth century French girl who sells her soul for the fierce power of the black arts. Christina’s world is filled with spell casting, black magic, distant lands and intense power. The story unfolds with Christina’s introduction into the black arts by a mysterious benefactor that she meets in a wooded grove. This benefactor, Madame Duchamp, takes Christina under her wing and teaches her to use the powers of the occult and bend the laws of nature to her will as they provide spells and services for the wealthy aristocrats of Paris. At first she struggles with her newly acquired power and with her own feelings of doubt and apprehension until a grave situation forces her to conquer fear and doubt. Christina’s power continues to grow and explodes into an electrifying series of events that lead her to Egypt where her power is put to the ultimate test.
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Eve Lestrange lives in a quiet suburb where haunting visions and dreams visit often. After a determined yet frustrating career as a musician with The Empire Hideous, she turned to writing as a more desirable creative outlet. Eve loves the creative control that writing gives her but it is a deep and passionate love for music that ignites her imagination and plants the visions that ripen into imaginative tales. Whether poetry, short story or novel there’s always some inspiring music playing when she is writing. Eve has always been drawn to writing – first to poetry, then to short stories and finally to novels. Writing gives her the creative freedom to explore whatever macabre phantoms descend upon her imagination. Eve mostly enjoys writing horror stories that take place in a historical setting, as she has a deep interest in history and archaeology.