Jumping the Moon

Jumping the Moon

by Angel Leigh McCoy

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Overview

Creating a new mythology for the 21st century...

Viviane's story continues in Book #2 of the Wyrdwood Welcome series.

Viviane, her mother Gisèle, and her cohort-in-crime Corona arrive in Wyrdwood just in time to become embroiled in a bloody political struggle as ancient as the gods. The Fomorians are a mythical race who were banished to Purgatory. They covet their original homeland, Apfallon, the mystical isle threaded throughout Arthurian mythology and known to Normals as Avalon. The Fomor will stop at nothing to wrench control of it from the Tuatha dé Danann.

Viviane is the person they've been waiting for to make it happen. In the end, not everyone she loves will survive the sinister plot to invade her ancestral home, and she will be responsible for its downfall.


JUMPING THE MOON by Angel Leigh McCoy (Guild Wars 2, CONTROL, Dire Multiverse) is the second in a series of supernatural suspense novels for the Wyrdwood Project-about a magical world that has always been there if you know where to look.

Supernatural Suspense | Women's Fiction

If you enjoyed AMERICAN GODS by Neil Gaiman, then you'll want to experience the wyrd awakening of Viviane Rose.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781950427086
Publisher: Wily Writers
Publication date: 05/20/2020
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Angel Leigh McCoy is the creative force behind the epic Wyrdwood Project novel series and the Dire Multiverse world, including the "Dire Multiverse" audio drama, the Danika Dire video game (in production), and various works of fiction to come.

As a game writer, she has contributed story, characters, and dialogue to AAA games such as CONTROL and Guild Wars 2.

Her short story "Outlaws" was recently awarded a position in the Women's Best Erotica of the Year 5. She has published 20+ horror and dark fantasy short stories. Her story "Crack O'Doom," printed in the anthology Fear of the Dark earned her an honorable mention in Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year, volume 4, 2012.

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