H.B. Lyne

H.B. Lyne lives in Yorkshire with her husband, two children and cat. When not juggling family commitments, she writes dark urban fantasy novels, purging her imagination of its demons. Inspired by the King of Horror himself, Holly aspires to be at least half as prolific and successful and promises to limit herself to only one tome of The Stand-like proportions in her career. Other interests and idols include Joss Whedon and Robert Kirkman, and she will often be spotted wearing Firefly or The Walking Dead apparel.

Find out more at www.hblyne.com. Get her story, The Hunter, in Hidden Magic.

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One man stands alone against the unknown.

Army veteran, Felix Jones, feels isolated from the hum drum city of Caerton. The only connection he has to civilian life is his sister. On the morning that he finally gets support, his world is shaken by her disappearance.

When an entire area of the city vanishes, Felix is terrified for his sister’s safety. With a renewed sense of purpose, Felix sets out to find his sister. He stumbles into a hidden world of magical beings with powers beyond his imagination.

Will Felix find his sister? And what will happen to the strange creatures that stand in his way? Find out in Hidden Magic.

Published by Melinda Kucsera

Melinda Kucsera writes fantastic short stories, novels, and books when not being kidnapped by dragons or chased by armies of fictional creatures. (Her characters do, on occasion, rescue her.) She leaves the running of her newsletter to a cast of lovable characters who hog her inbox. Enough about her, it’s us you’re really interested in, her cast of characters. Join us every week for a new story at www.mkucsera.com/welcomecharacters. Over 15,000 readers have enjoyed their fight to survive and thrive as they straddle the often blurry line between fiction and reality. Let them take you on an adventure behind and between the scenes. Sign up at www.mkucsera.com/welcomecharacters to experience our weekly shenanigans. Go where no book or newsletter has gone before!

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