October 20, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us in celebrating the launch of Alisar Eido’s novel, Fate of Smoke (The Soulfire Series: Book 1). Eido will be joined by David Tucker and Brennan Utley.
Something stirs in the Beyond. A creature Death once banished is clawing its way skyward in search of the last mortal sharing its ancient bloodline. The beast will stop at nothing, raising all manner of horrors, even the Four Horsemen themselves, for the sole purpose of finding and destroying one girl. Verenna. Nothing in the Canterford girl’s comfortable life could have prepared her to navigate the dangers she faces. Armed with only a fiery temper and a quick mind, Verenna is no match for the powers of the Underworld. That is, until she becomes an unwilling guest to a company of outcasts who claim they can help. But the group may have a dark secret of their own…
Alisar Eido is a freelance writer of novels, short stories, poetry, essays, and plays. Her writing is made unique by her imagistic style, dark mind, and twisted sense of humor. After graduating from UT Austin, she briefly ran her own business before returning to her original passion for writing. Over the years her work has come to span realistic fiction, comedy, horror, sci-fi, and now with the publication of her first book, dark fantasy and the paranormal. Her debut novel, Fate of Smoke
, is the first book of a trilogy entitled The Soulfire Series. She is now living and working in Austin, Texas, and looking forward to the publication of the second book in her trilogy in the Summer of 2018.
David Tucker was born in Okinawa, then a territory of the U.S. He is a fan of speculative fiction, the original Twilight Zone TV series, and Halloween in general. His hobbies include painting, collecting mineral specimens and fossils, and reading. He currently resides in Austin, Texas.
Brennan Utley is an emerging author based in Austin who blends realist, fabulist, science fiction, and satirical traditions into his unique and often darkly funny stories and aspiring novels. He is currently working late into the night on a handful of new projects and teaches in Bastrop, Texas.