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Day: January 30, 2022

Good News, Everyone!

Work hasn’t stopped on the site, and things are going as smoothly as possible, it seems.

We’ve gotten to the point where we have author pages, book pages connected to their particular author, and now a Submission Guide for those authors and artists wanting to submit their work to Converted Books for consideration for publication.

If are you are someone who is looking for some freelance work in editing, marketing, etc., feel free to get in touch with us at [email protected] for more information on how this would work. (Please note that these would be 1099-related positions where you would be responsible for your own self-employment taxes.)

Sara’s Fire

Sara’s Fire is the second novel in Anna’s Tales of the Dragonguard Young Adult series.

From the back cover:

“Sara Intelo, blacksmith’s daughter, and a fine metalworker in her own right, has an unexpected encounter with one of the Dragonguard. 

It is an encounter that will change her entire life, upending her previous existence.”

Droch Fola

The third novel in Anna’s Sumaire Web series of vampire novels.

From the back cover:

“Her oldest friend brutally murdered, the vampire Siofra and her offspring Nathaniel, having themselves survived an attack intended to end them as well, must now find their way safely out of Iraq and discover who wants them gone.

A warning to the reader:

You’re not going to find self-loathing vampires and/or romance in these pages. You’re going to find vampires who love what and who they are, and who are in no way apologetic for being that way.”

Fiach Fola

The second novel in Anna’s Sumaire Web series about vampires who love what they are. From the back cover:

“Raising a fledgling isn’t easy. The Irish vampire Siofra has made her first fledgling vampire and knows she can’t raise him in the big city. Forensic science is just too advanced in the modern world. Thus, she is forced to take Nathaniel overseas, where she can teach him how to be a vampire in a relatively safer atmosphere.

While there, Siofra and Nathaniel get caught up in local politics and must work together to keep safe the very rare Leone.

“Fiach Fola” is the second book in the Sumaire Web series.”

Aya’s Dragon

Aya’s Dragon is the first novel in Anna’s first Young Adult series. From the book’s rear cover:

“Aya is a young woman who loves dragons and craves one of her own.

Unfortunately for her, Aya’s family is poor, and there are few options available to her in her culture, beyond an arranged marriage over which , as a girl, she has no say. Life is hard in Aya’s world, and women have almost no human rights.

Will Aya ever get the opportunity to have a dragon of her own, and if that opportunity comes, how will she manage to get one in the first place?

Reader Alert: Contains domestic violence and deaths.”

Siofra

Anna’s first novel, first released on January 23, 2012, came about because of her being unable to find vampire novels that 1. wasn’t a romance and 2. where the vampire wasn’t looking to be “saved” from their immortal, bloodsucking condition.

Deciding that she couldn’t be the only person seeking such reading material, she sat down and wrote Siofra (shee-fruh), which tells the tale of the vampire Siofra O’Se, turned by accident in mid-1600’s Ireland. From the back cover: “In 1600’s Ireland, young Siofra is torn from her poor family to pay off a debt. She then finds herself working as a servant for a succession of nobles.

When she is attacked by a monster in the night and is accidentally turned, Siofra suddenly discovers she has to learn to how to be a vampire on her own, even though she has no idea what she has become.

For Siofra, life was a series of losses, and she grew hard while she was alive. As a vampire, this makes her comfortable in her own skin and she’s not squeamish about what she has to do to survive.

Looking for a vampire who isn’t squeamish or full of self-hatred? Siofra is for you!

“Siofra” is the first book in “The Sumaire Web” series of novels.

“This installment of The Sumaire Web series is an intriguing and freshly original work by Ms. Anna Rose.” ~ Gaston Sanders

LUCI: Rhoades to Hell

Anna’s deep dive into urban fantasy and comparative theology, loosely inspired by Neil Gaiman’s SANDMAN series.

From the book’s description:

“A grieving human. A bored Celestial.

Professor Hector Rhoades is a comparative theology professor. Tragedy in his life has caused him to make reckless choices and when he makes a certain discovery, jumps right in.

Enter Lucinda Inferi, mysterious businesswoman with an unnatural background.

What will happen, now that the two of them have met?”

What happens when an academic with nothing left to live for meets the Devil and it turns out she’s not at all what he expected? What is his reaction when he goes to Hell and finds out that demons and Hellish torture actually exist?

LUCI: Rhoades to Hell explores preconceptions, grief, loss, friendship, and healing. It is currently intended to be three volumes in length. It also proudly features LGBTIA+ content.