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Thursday, April 18, 2019

The Cat Who Pawed the Cultist Book Blast and Giveaway

Another young adult book here, this time an urban fantasy series from author Robert Hazelton. Along with the book info is another giveaway with multiple winners, multiple Amazon gift card winners even. Open worldwide, you have through 5/17 to enter. Good luck.

The Cat Who Pawed the Cultist
Sanctum Guardians Book 1
by Robert Hazelton
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy

Charlotte Barreau has tried to maintain a low key lifestyle but it isn’t easy for a young witch. As a student of the Holstrom Sanctum, she’s studied the intricacies of magic but never had to apply them to anything of importance. Her biggest concerns involve finding a movie she hasn’t seen, spending time with her friend Avery, and passing magical physics.All that changes when she meets a feisty orange cat attempting to foil the plot of a cultist opening a portal to another world. This magical beast comes to her with a calling, a duty to defend our world against denizens of a dangerous realm called the Umbra Oculus. Charlotte finds herself inextricably bound to her new friend, a partner in his crusade.As they begin to investigate, they find themselves dangerously outmatched. Their opponents are fully trained, adult wizards with serious zeal for their work. Even after enlisting the aid of two additional students, they discover they may not be cut out for the task. But with no one else working on the problem, these children and their cat must save the world, even as they risk their very lives in the effort.



Robert Hazelton has been writing short fiction, novels and music his entire life. As the founding member of Deadly Nightshade Botanical Society and a long time member of the band Abney Park, he has traveled extensively and performed countless shows in exotic locales.


Robert writes in a variety of genres but keeps drifting back to modern fantasy/horror. He considers Elizabeth Moon, Frank Herbert, and Steven Pressfield to be his biggest influences.



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10 comments:

  1. I like the cover and the book sounds awesome. I too have a fiesty orange cat.

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  2. I like everything about it except the girl. She looks out of place, to me. I have a heart for orange tabbies. They are awesome cats.

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  3. Neat cover! Kind of creepy. Makes me interested in the story.

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  4. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

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  5. I love this cover. Great looking

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