After the publication of The Lady Raven and Louisiana Latte, I declined the offer to have my next two novels, Hybrid and Conjure Lake published via a publishing house. I wanted to venture on the path of Indie Author and see what outcome I would have self publishing. I made this decision based on many factors and I have not regretted it for one moment! Hybrid: Adapt or Die making the Amazon Best Sellers List in four categories within ten days of its release date was all the validation I needed. This process would not have been possible without the talents and expertise of my editor, Angela Willingham and cover designer, Broken Candle Books Design.
I had so much fun doing my first Promo Shoot for Louisiana Latte! A special thank you to Neil Gogoi for making my hair and makeup flawless "The higher the hair the closer to God" Says Neil quoting Ms. Dolly Parton.
In The Lady Raven, Rebecca Henry tells the tale of Zezolla, a little
princess abandoned by her father into the hands of her evil stepmother
and wicked stepsisters. A familiar fairy tale you may think but all is
not as it appears. The reader is soon drawn into a web of witchcraft,
lies and deceit, and gradually realises that this is no typical fairy
tale but a dark and macabre take on one. Zezolla is treated with the
utmost cruelty, neglected and vilified, and left to live in the damp
cellars of the castle. The only friends Zezolla has are her beloved
raven and her pet wolf. Her only comfort lies in the loyalty of the
creatures of the forest and her mother's hazel tree. Will Zezolla have
the power to escape her torment and ultimately save herself from the
unscrupulous clutches of the king? The Lady Raven is a compelling tale
and one that is not for the faint-hearted.