Port Townsend, WA, February 24, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- On February 15, the second part of the epic two-part fantasy series The Arcanian Chronicles by Toni V. Sweeney was released by Class Act Books publishers.
Part 1, The Narrative of Riven the Heretic, concluded in January, 2018 with The Forest Witch, (Book 6). Part 2 again picks up the story 3000 years later with The kan Ingan Archives. Exile (Book 1), begins the story of Aric kan Ingan, heir to the Arcanian throne, and the love affair sending him into exile. There are eight novels in this section of the series.
Since the publication of her first novel in 1989, Toni divides her time between writing SF/Fantasy under her own name and romances under her pseudonym Icy Snow Blackstone. She currently has 54 published novels to her credit, most of which are featured on Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites.
Second release for the month is Absinthe Eternal, third novel in the Absinthe Trilogy. The first novel in the series, Absinthe, was named one of the top two best historical novels for 2014 by the Paranormal Romance Guild’s Reviewers Choice Awards for that year.
Written by veteran horror author Tony-Paul de Vissage, Absinthe Eternal chronicles a “ghost hunter” assigned to prove whether or not a New Orleans plantation house is haunted and the truths he learns during his stay in the mansion.
Tony-Paul de Vissage is a Southerner of French Huguenot heritage, inspired by the old Universal horror flick, Dracula’s Daughter, to write horror novels. His novel Shadow Lord was named one of the top ten horror novels of 2013 by Preditors & Editors Readers Poll for that year. The Last Vampire Standing was named one of the best paranormal romances of 2012 by the Paranormal Romance Guild’s Reviewers Choice awards.
He currently has twenty-four novels published, twenty-two under the Class Act Books imprint.
Class Act Books is a small press publisher dedicated to bringing the best in all genres to the reading public. They came under new ownership in 2013.