Jamie Marchant


Jamie Marchant lives in Auburn, Alabama, with her husband, son, and four cats, which (or so she’s been told) officially makes her a cat lady. She teaches writing and literature at Auburn University. Her first novel The Goddess's Choice was released in April 2012 from Reliquary Press. She released Demons in the Big Easy in January 2013. She is hard at work on the sequel to The Goddess’s Choice, tentatively titled The Soul Stone. Her short fiction has been published in Bards & Sages, The World of Myth, and Short-story.me.

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Demons in the Big Easy
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 22,640. Language: English. Published: April 6, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
In her youth, Cassandra built gateways between Domhan and Earth. Now something is making it easier for demons to pass into Domhan. Then Cassandra’s granddaughter Aine falls through an unstable gateway. Cassandra goes after her, and the gateway lands her in New Orleans. Now, she has to not only save her granddaughter but also prevent both Domhan and Earth from being overrun by demons.

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demons    magic    new orleans    urban fantasy    witch   

Smashwords book reviews by Jamie Marchant

  • Journey To Light: Part I of the High Duties of Pacia on Nov. 10, 2012

    This novel reads more as an introduction to a novel rather than a full novel itself. It forms the characters, but we don't yet understand the central conflict. Nothing much happens. However, the characters are so fascinating that it full kept my attention from start to finish. My favorites are Rafe and Belo, a wolf and a bat-like creatures with human level intelligence. This download is free, but once you're done reading it, you'll want to buy the rest of the books in the series to find out what happens to the characters you've began to fall in love with. I know I did.
  • Return of the High Protector: Part II of The High Duties of Pacia on Jan. 26, 2013

    This novel continues with the amazing characters created in Part I, but as a novel, it is a superior creation. The characters are just as interesting, but we get a better idea of the conflict and what’s at stake as the disparate characters of Part I meet and become intertwined in each others’ lives. The sense of evil and menace is more palpable, and the reader is more invested in the outcome. After reading Part II, you’ll be anxious for Part III to finish this memorable journey.