The Untitled Mystery Book Project

Hello readers,

Here’s some exciting news. Jen and Eric have started working on a book together. This is the first time either of us have co-authored a work of fiction.

The book is an Urban Fantasy Romance, with a superhero and robots.

Here’s the synopsis:

When Kennedy, a recent graduate trying to find her purpose in life or at least a job in her field, saves Jason, the leader of a secret community of supernatural people called Aetherborn, from an attempted assassination, they embark on a whirlwind epic romance and adventure.

For Kennedy to help Jason discover why people are disappearing in time to save her friends, they’ll have to navigate teleporting assassins, grumpy wizards, gossiping hags, mafia robots, and secret military groups all in the city of Westmeath, Ontario, which has more secrets than residents.

We’re currently 1/3 of the way through writing and have planned out most of the book. Accounting for us slowing down a little, we should have the book ready for beta readers in Fall at the latest.

So what do you think? Hope you are at least a tenth as excited as we are.

Éric and Jen

An evening of Mystery and Fantasy: virtual book launch

Hello my Imaginary Friends,

It’s time to release this book! And it’s being released with 3 other fantastic sequels.

Join us for a virtual book launch filled with mystery and fantasy!

We are launching FOUR novels during a virtual party. The authors will read from their book, and we will draw prizes for those in attendance.

The event will be via Zoom, and places are limited so make sure to register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7lICanqfSX-yE56cB0ZtZw

About the books:

A Case of Synchronicity by Éric Desmarais: A young adult supernatural time-travel mystery partially set in the 1980s.

The Unavoidable Quests by John Haas: A fantasy comedy involving dimensional treasure hunting.

Death by Association by Madona Skaff: A thrilling contemporary mystery with a disabled amateur sleuth.

To Pluck a Crow: Death Stalks the House of Herbert by Sue Taylor-Davidson: A gripping historical mystery following a dual narrative and concerning itself on the Shakespeare authorship question.

So come by and see the awesome stuff we’re doing for the launch.

Facebook Event

Zoom Meeting

Hope to see you there,

Éric