J. A. Ironstand-Nelson lives in rural Manitoba. She studied engineering at the University of Manitoba before putting that on hold. She has been writing since she was fourteen and recently decided to publish some of the many books she has written. She writes dark fantasy and horror. She has two books available as e-books, Accursed and Damned. They are the first two books of eight in her series, Blood Cursed.
J. A. Ironstand-Nelson grew up in rural Manitoba and spent most of her life outdoors. She is very family oriented with three brothers and two sisters. She is the second oldest and spent most of her younger years entertaining her younger siblings with wild tales and now tells stories to her son, nieces, and nephews.
An ancient curse, six siblings, and blood; lots and lots of blood. Denny, the eldest of them all, knows best that keeping a low profile is key to survival, especially since him and his siblings need to take the life of one mortal before the sun rises on the longest day of the year. A life for a life but the other five don't agree that the life they have is exactly a life at all.
A curse is broken by the youngest sister, Cortina, which results in a witch hunt and demons on the loose. A possessed doll, a thief, and a few demon-bloods as friends make for some interesting company in their quests to keep the mortals that fear them safe.
Life goes on. Leave the past in the past, but what do you do when the past comes back to haunt you?
Those that remained, moved on with their lives. Just when the ashes are finally settled from the flames that left them scarred, someone stirs them up again. Was the House of Iron really destroyed? There are a few that would beg to differ.
Demons lurk, shadows fall, faith crumbles. Consequences of their actions haunt the six along with their new friends. The witches may be gone but now they are left with the remnants of evil and it’s not just the demons they are hunting. This was not how immortality was supposed to be. Things quickly start to unravel and everything changes forever and when you're immortal, forever can be hell.
Over five thousand years spent running from a curse only to succumb to its torturous obligations each year before the sun rises on the longest day. Six orphans must kill to live and keep to themselves until a misstep breaks a spell that forces them to work together with another six orphans, who have a curse of their own. Will they finally understand why they were chosen to live forever?