ORDER OF SEVEN
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, iBooks, AND NOW ALSO AVAILABLE ON AUDIO from Amazon or Audible.
Readers’ Favorite International Book Award for Fiction – Supernatural (Gold) (2016), Independent Publishers of New England Book Award for Young Adult and Book of the Year (Finalist) (2015)
What people are saying about ORDER OF SEVEN:
“It’s already award-winning and you don’t have to be many pages in to discover why.” – Sara Litchfield, author of The Night Butterflies
“I plowed through this story in two nights, unable to wait to find out what happened to Devi and her team of mystics. If you’re looking for a book to devour, this book is it!!” – Andra Watkins, New York Times best-selling author of Not Without My Father and Hard to Die
“This book is edge-of-your-seat reading, even in the quiet moments.” –Lisa Listwa
“Using succinct yet layered prose, Beth creates a mysterious world within our own, with just the right amount of romance, angst, and adventure.” — Dana Hemelt
“Rich in description, this book takes your imagination on a sensual journey allowing you to see, taste, hear, and FEEL the plot.” — Mandi Castle, award-winning author of Dear Stephanie
“There were elements of this story that were original and new, that I’ve never seen written anywhere else, which I think is awesome.” Katie Cross, author of award-winning Miss Mabel’s School for Girls
Debris & Detritus: The Lesser Greek Gods Run Amok
“…a bunch of short stories that are comical, fun, puzzling, mysterious, thoughtful or satirical. Each spin is unique, each story is well-written, and each interpretation is worth the read.” – Dana Hemelt, book reviewer
“What can I say about Beth Teliho’s story that wraps up the anthology? Rhonda Eudaly quotes Ice-T, who said, “Women writers write the sickest stuff.” I’m thinking the blonder and more innocent looking the woman, the darker the story.” – Patricia Burroughs, award-winning screenwriter and novelist; editor of Debris & Detritus.
“With nothing else to go on, writers from various genres created deities that might or might not actually be Greek, might or might not be of any particular gender, might or might not be of this Earth–but they always wreak havoc in ways that range from darkly horrific to brightly comedic.
Join in the fun, but be forewarned about reading at night. Some of these compulsively readable tales will give you nightmares, while others will have you startling the parakeet by howling with laughter.
Debris & Detritus–Unpredictable, Unbelievable, Un-put-down-able”
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