Thursday, September 5, 2013

Cover Reveal: The Many Lives of Samuel Beauchamp (a demon’s story) by Michael Siemsen

Look for this one in November followed by an in-store book tour early next year!

Samuel Beauchamp has been dead for twenty-seven years, but that hasn't stopped him from living... For reasons unbeknownst to him, Samuel's essence remained after his body was killed, and he discovers that the living emit an irresistible force, drawing him inside where he has the power to take over.

After surviving the great depression in the body of a young hobo, Samuel spends years studying the history of his condition, moving from body to body when necessary, and finally settling in New York City in the late 1950's. A few years later, his beautiful and brash girlfriend disappears, and his search for her uncovers answers to questions he never asked.

I hear this is a darker, more suspenseful story than A Warm Place to Call Home, and I daresay, grittier too. Hmm, now I'm even more curious!

You can read A Warm Place to Call Home right now. Here's the cover and links below.

Frederick is a demon. Born in Maryland in the early 1980's, he hasn't a clue where he came from or why, but feels an irresistible desire to occupy a human body. Once inside, he finds the previous occupants' consciousness and memories forever erased, an inevitable side effect that gives Frederick pause when switching bodies, but not so much as to truly halt his ongoing enjoyment of human lives. In various bodies, he travels the world for decades--aimless--sampling cultures and experiencing life from the points of view of males, females, young, old, rich, poor.

Now, Frederick has an urge to return to his roots in America, explore the mystery of his origin, find someone to love, and settle down for a while. In his hometown, his mission bears fruit much faster than he expected, as person after person presents themselves, and following his impulses, he is lead directly to love, tragedy, answers, and the humanity he never knew he wanted.

*18+ Adult Content*

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