Release Day!

Captured on Film. Today’s the day! The 6th Songs of the Amaranthine tale has released. I hope it’s well-received. And since such tales are short & sweet, I’ll make this post do double duty as the Squee Post for Captured on Film.

One brother believes in impossible things.
One brother denies he can see them.

When Caleb Dare’s younger brother shows up out of the blue, he’s immediately suspicious. The two of them live in totally different worlds. But Josheb threatens to camp in the middle of Caleb’s urban loft for as long as it takes to convince him to take a nice, long hike into the woods. They can camp. Swap stories around the fire. Just like old times.
Yeah, right.

Josheb’s true motive is a major hassle. If not a hustle. He’s always believed in absolutely everything, from extraterrestrials to the paranormal. On a hot tip from an undisclosed source, he’s chasing a myth into the mountains, sure he’ll be the one to prove the existence of an elusive cryptid. It’ll be the story of the century, and Caleb is the only one who can give him the edge he needs.
Yeah, he’s right.

Release Day: March 4, 2021
Amazon (US) | Goodreads


Squee Post. If you need a place to react, confer, or kick up a fuss, this is the spot. I’ll enjoy your enthusiasm, I might be willing to clarify small points, but I reserve the right to evade questions that will be answered later in the series. ::twinkle::

[[[WARNING: HERE THERE BE SPOILERS]]]

15 thoughts on “Release Day!

  1. I pre-ordered it, and it plopping into my inbox this morning was the best thing that’s happened today! 🙂 Unfortunately I haven’t had time to start it, but it’s something to look forward to at least! :

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  2. So I’ve had the best afternoon in AGES reading this lovely, lovely little addition to the Amaranthine tales 🥰 I feel as if several puzzle pieces have snapped into place with this story and I’m understanding a little more (not a lot, I’m definitely slow on the uptake and miss so much that others see… still, makes my frequent re-reads more rewarding!)

    I don’t want to spoil it for anyone who hasn’t read it, but now I understand what being a pactmate means for Jacques and Hisoka. Also, I’m totally falling in love with Hisoka even more after this story… cannot stop smiling!

    And I want an Andor in my life… just sayin’… yet another Amaranthine who has stolen my heart ❤️

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  3. Another gorgeous addition to the Songs of the Amaranthine, thank you! One question, however: In chapter 3 Caleb logs out of TOS – what is TOS? It’s not something I am familiar with (living on the other side of the planet will do that sometimes! )

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      • It doesn’t seem to have made the journey to Kobo yet… Any idea what the hold-up is, or is that one of those things that are in the hands of the Gods of Technology and therefore completely unknown?

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  4. Well done, yet again. My mom approved as well. (“It’s so cute!!! I love Caleb. This one is definitely my favorite so far.”)

    Two questions: How old are the boys in this book, and how big are the bumbers?

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  5. Just finished yesterday. I loved this new addition to story. More puzzle pieces dropping into place. As always, I love it when Hisoka shows up. Caleb and Josheb are wonderful new characters and I know we will be seeing them again. So, how is Josheb pronounced (Jo-sheb or Josh-eb) and is that biblical? I’ve not seen that one before! Caleb needed that Bear and Eri is inspired. I think we all need starwine in our lives…magical stuff. ❤️Since I am a dog person (currently 2 SharPei), you know I love Nessie.

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    • Pronouncing Josheb? Well, let’s see. Most online sites with English pronunciations agree that it’s JOSH-eb. And I think that’s probably how Josheb Dare would pronounce his own name. In other words, he’d identify as a JOSH, not a JOE. Heh.

      But if you were Hebrew (because this name is definitely biblical), it’d be more like YO-sheb. Which I know because I have another Josheb in another series of mine (under another penname). I’m sure you’ll get around to Forsaken Sons eventually. ::twinkle::

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