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Cover reveal: THE PRIEST OF ORPAGUS

Cover reveal: THE PRIEST OF ORPAGUS

Greetings from the cliff!

I am so excited to share this with you. Please CLICK HERE to check out the cover for my upcoming novel.

The Priest of Orpagus is coming out Dec. 1, and it has already got amazing feedback from my advance readers. Find more details and read the first chapter here.

Thank you so much for your continuous support! 

 

DECEPTION OF THE DAMNED IN KINDLE AND EPUB

DECEPTION OF THE DAMNED AVAILABLE IN KINDLE AND EPUB

Greetings from the cliff! 
I hope you are having a great Sunday. In case you don’t have a Kindle reader, you can now purchase Deception of the Damned in EPUB at every major digital store. Please click here to access them. 

If you have already read and enjoyed the book, would you be so kind as to leave a favorable review?

I’m finishing the last touches to my second novel, The Priest of Orpagus, which is getting amazing feedback from my advance readers. Find more details here.

Thank you so much for your continuous support! 

Author Interview Series: PC Darkcliff

Thank you, GJ Stevens, for finding the time to interview me.

GJ Stevens

GJ: Where do you get your inspiration from for writing fantasy novels?

PC: Since I was little, I’ve been obsessed with all kinds of mythology, which helped me create my own magic words and mythical creatures. When it comes to the worldly aspects of my novels, I’ve drawn from my semi-nomadic lifestyle. My debut, Deception of the Damned, weaves through the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Spain, and Portugal, which are all countries I’ve lived in. My upcoming novel, The Priest of Orpagus, takes place mostly in Turkey, where I also spent a year as an English teacher.

GJ: What do you find is the most challenging aspect for an author in the fantasy genre?

PC: Actually, if you have a good imagination, fantasy is probably the easiest genre to write. After all, magic worlds are endless and eternal, and you are free to make your own rules on how…

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Here is my interview with P.C. Darkcliff

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Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.

Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?

I go by the pen name of P.C. Darkcliff, and I’m 41—not ready for a junkyard yet, but old enough to see the expression “happy birthday” as an oxymoron.

Fiona: Where are you from?

I was born in the Czech Republic but grew up in Canada. As I’ve also lived in Bulgaria, Portugal, Turkey, and Spain, I like to think of myself as a world citizen.

Fiona: A little about your self (ie,  your education, family life, etc.).

I graduated from journalism, but after working for a year for a small Canadian newspaper, I decided to travel around Europe and the Middle East and teach English. I’m now living in south-western Spain with my wife, Rosa.

Fiona: Tell us your latest…

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Deception in paperback!

DECEPTION IN PAPERBACK

I’m thrilled to announce that Deception of the Damned is now available in paperback!

If you prefer eBooks and haven’t got your copy yet, please note that the Kindle edition is now temporarily discounted. Click HERE to find both formats. 

If you have read and enjoyed the book, would you be please so kind as to LEAVE A REVEW

I have started editing my second novel, The Priest of Orpagus. For more details, please check out this PAGE.

Thank you for your time and support. You can always contact me at pcdarkcliff@gmail.com. 

Book Review – Deception of the Damned

Andrea Lundgren

Title: Deception of the Damned

Author: P. C. Darkcliff

Genre: Fantasy, Dark Fantasy, Dark Fairy Tale Retelling

Blurb:

Sleeping Beauty meets Faust in this spellbinding ride through time and magic realms.

An absent-minded dreamer, Hrot feels miserable in his primitive times—so he sells his soul in exchange for a decade in Renaissance Prague. There he dabs in occult studies in a desperate attempt to sneak out of the deal.
Four centuries later, young reporter Jasmin Bierce leaves Alaska for Europe to avenge the death of her husband. Facing more enemies than she expected, her quest for revenge turns into a flight for her life. As she stumbles into the ruins of a medieval castle, she meets an immortal specter who calls himself…Hrot.
Although he saves her skin, Hrot unwillingly drags her soul into a pact with the fiend who cursed him. The fiend makes her husband’s killers look like a…

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“What a thrill ride!”

“WHAT A THRILL RIDE!”

A thrill ride … that’s how one of my readers described my debut novel, Deception of the Damned — and the same goes for the book launch. I’ve got some amazing feedback, and Deception has even crowned the list of the most successful new releases in its category. 

I’m not here to brag, however, but to let you know that, if you haven’t got a copy yet, you can now do it for just $0.99! The price goes back up to $2.99 tomorrow, so please buy it now to follow a modern American woman as she takes on a demon who crushed the mightiest Renaissance occultists. You can purchase the Kindle edition HERE

If you would like to try your luck at winning a free Kindle Fire eReader, please visit THIS PAGE

Thank you for your time and support. You can always contact me at pcdarkcliff@gmail.com. 

Deception of the Damned on Amazon!

DECEPTION OF THE DAMNED ON AMAZON!

Yes, my fantasy novel is finally live, and it’s already kicking up some awesome reviews, which makes me feel like a kid under a Christmas tree. To celebrate the tough but joyful birth of my first brainchild, I’m letting it go for just $2.99. This offer won’t last, though, so why don’t you get your copy today? You can do so by clicking HERE

To make extra sure that Deception of the Damned is the right book for you, please check the blurb below:

An absent-minded dreamer, Hrot feels miserable in his primitive times—so he sells his soul in exchange for a decade in Renaissance Prague. There he dabs in occult studies in a desperate attempt to sneak out of the deal.

Four centuries later, young reporter Jasmin Bierce leaves Alaska for Europe to avenge the death of her husband. Facing more enemies than she expected, her quest for revenge turns into a flight for her life. As she stumbles into the ruins of a medieval castle, she meets an immortal specter who calls himself…Hrot.

Although he saves her skin, Hrot unwillingly drags her soul into a pact with the fiend who cursed him. The fiend makes her husband’s killers look like a flock of doves—but Jasmin’s heart is awakening to Hrot’s devotion, and she travels in time and skirts infernal dominions to save him.

If she ever wants to break their curse, however, she must succeed where Hrot failed: she has to outwit the Emissary of the Otherworld.

Thank you for your time. You can always contact me at pcdarkcliff@gmail.com. 

Deception of the Damned is coming to YouTube!

DECEPTION OF THE DAMNED IS COMING TO YOUTUBE!

I’ve created a trailer as part of my feverish preparations for the book launch next month. Even though I’m a barbarian when it comes to modern technology, the process was surprisingly painless and the result quite pleasing—at least to my innocent eye. It also gave me an excuse to contact the legendary Morbid Angel to ask for permission to use one of their tracks, which they promptly granted. If only every other aspect of the self-publishing circus was this easy and joyful!

You can watch the trailer here.

Remember to sign up to my MAILING LIST to get the first six chapters of Deception of the Damned, along with three short stories and information on future discounts.

Thanks for your time! Don’t forget to leave a comment on my website. You can always contact me at pcdarkcliff@gmail.com

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