Witchcraft & Satyrs

Witchcraft & Satyrs

by Patrick Hester

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Overview

Witchcraft & Satyrs by Patrick Hester

When it came to witchcraft, everyone in Pucktow County, Kentucky, knew that Miss Zeia was the source... Responsible for the care and well being of those living within her county, Miss Zeia doesn't turn a blind eye to anyone, be they the farmers who tend the land bordering the old forest, or the magical creatures who live inside of it. When one such farmer comes calling with a tale of rampaging Satyrs, Miss Zeia takes to the hills and hollers to set things right, and maybe have a piece of sweet potato pie and a cup of homebrew, if the opportunity presents itself. THIS IS A SHORT STORY.

Witchcraft & Satyrs is the new eBook from Patrick Hester, author/blogger and podcast dude.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016242392
Publisher: Patrick Hester
Publication date: 03/16/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 188 KB

About the Author

Patrick Hester is an author, blogger and Hugo Nominated Podcast Producer/Host who lives in Colorado. He writes science fiction and fantasy (mostly). His Functional Nerds and SF Signal weekly podcasts have both been nominated for Parsec awards and the SF Signal podcast was nominated for a 2012 Hugo Award. Patrick also produces 'I Should Be Writing', the podcast for wannabe fiction writers created/hosted by 2012 Campbell Award Nominee Mur Lafferty. He writes for his website, atfmb.com, for SFSignal.com, FunctionalNerds.com and KirkusReviews.com, and has had columns on GraspingForTheWind.com and Technorati.com. He pays the rent as a Social Media Marketing Professional.

When he's not writing, he's probably sleeping...

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jtevans More than 1 year ago
I'm constantly impressed by how Patrick can capture the feel of an environment by changing his writing voice to fit the setting. The characters are genuine enough that this could have been based on something that really happened to him. I'm just blown away by this story. The ending... well... I'm not giving it away, but you'll be pleasantly surprised by how Patrick twists the world around the characters. Good stuff!