Saturday, April 16, 2011
Release Source: Tina M.E.
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Demon Summoned In 17th Century Courtyard Religious Site
The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Dept. of Interior and is considered by some “vaguely disturbing”, according to Elizabeth Mills Brown (1916-2008) Architectural Historian.
Dantalion, an immortal angel of God, has fallen from grace and is condemned as one of 72 demons of an ancient 17th century grimoire referred to as The Goetia meaning sorcerer or mage. He seduces a mortal college girl and practitioner of the occult named
, who summons his true demonic form in the Courtyard of the Undead, creating an unexplainable relationship of love, obsession, and redemption. Laurel
The novel goes deeper than any typical gothic romance. “Sometimes we face something so strong it blinds us, sometimes to the point of obsession, and there is strength in the human spirit to see us through,” says the author.
Please visit Dantalion of the Goetia’s website, www.fantasyromanceoccult.com for a peek at the book trailer, an excerpt, and future event listings. Pre-ordering of books online is recommended www.createspace.com/3506479 & www.amazon.com . Limited bookmarks and live strong bands FREE with book purchase, redeemable at book signing events.
Dantalion of the Goetia’s summer book campaign begins with a listing in the May 3 summer preview of Alternative Press, a trend setting, music driven magazine devoted to new bands, tour dates and most importantly, its passionate young readers www.altpress.com . Join the author for her special book signing scheduled in the Courtyard, May 15 from 12-4pm., (rain date May 22, 12-4pm), Boothe Memorial Park, 5774 Main St., Stfd., Stratford’s Main St. Festival, June 4 from 10-4 pm; and continuing at New Haven’s Arts & Ideas Festival June 18 from 12-6 pm and June 19 from 3-5 pm..
Tina M.E. is a recipient of editor’s choice award for Outstanding Achievements in Poetry, author of The Silent Serenade, Dantalion Of The Goetia, an advocate for young adult creative writers in her community, a Journalism/Communications student and Literary Club member at
. Housatonic Community College
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